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LTC Thomas retires from U.S. Army Reserves

Cape resident now a physician at Physician’s Primary Care of Southwest Florida

December 11, 2015
Cape Coral Daily Breeze

LTC Jerry V. Thomas has retired from the U.S. Army Reserve. While he initially joined the Louisiana National Guard in 1986 at the age of 17 as a PV1, LTC Thomas transitioned to active duty where he served three years in Germany with the 7th Engineer Brigade. It was during that period that the Berlin Wall fell and the Cold War concluded.

From there, LTC Thomas deployed to Operations Desert Sheld/Storm/Saber with the 7th Engineer Brigade during the Persian Gulf War serving there for 6 month in Saudi Arabia, Kuwait and southern Iraq, achieving the rank of sergeant.

After a break in service to obtain a bachelor of science in biology and a doctor of medicine degree from Louisiana State University,

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LTC Jerry V. Thomas

LTC Thomas joined the U.S. Army Reserve shortly after Sept. 11, 2001. From then until the present, LTC Thomas has served as a physician in backfill support of the Global War on Terrorism at multiple stateside posts in the U.S.

LTC Thomas has been a resident of Cape Coral since 2004, and is in private practice as a family medicine physician at Physician's Primary Care of Southwest Florida.



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