Synonyms for caravalho or Related words with caravalho

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Examples of "caravalho"
He is married to Lorraine Caravalho. They have a son Joseph (Joe) and daughter Amanda.
Joseph Caravalho, Jr. was born in 1957 in Hawaii to Agnes and Joseph Caravalho, Sr. and grew up in Kaneohe, Oahu. His family is of Filipino descent. He attended St. Louis High School in Honolulu. He graduated from Gonzaga University in Spokane, Washington with a BS in Mathematics in 1979 and was commissioned a second lieutenant through the Army ROTC Program. He then completed his medical degree at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences School of Medicine, and was commissioned a captain in the United States Army Medical Corps. He is also a graduate of the Army War College, where he earned a master's degree in strategic studies.
Caravalho held positions as a staff internist, nuclear medicine physician, and cardiologist. He served as Chief of Cardiology at Tripler Army Medical Center, Honolulu, Hawaii, and as Deputy Commander for Clinical Services at Womack Army Medical Center in Fort Bragg, North Carolina.
Its most famous graduates are Saint Damien of Molokai and Governor John A. Burns, credited with securing statehood and developing the modern State of Hawaii. Notable alumni include NFL Quarterback and Heisman trophy winner Marcus Mariota, Major General Joseph Caravalho, Jr., Deputy Surgeon General and Deputy Commanding General (Support), United States Army Medical Command.
He has had two deployments in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom, most recently serving as the Surgeon for both Multi-National Force-Iraq and Multi-National Corps-Iraq. After his last deployment, he served as the Commanding General for Great Plains Regional Medical Command (RMC). Following USAMEDCOM reorganization, he commanded both Southern RMC and Brooke AMC, at Fort Sam Houston, Texas. Caravalho served as Commanding General, Northern RMC, Fort Belvoir, Virginia. He next served as Commanding General, U.S. Army Medical Research and Materiel Command, and Fort Detrick, at Fort Detrick, Maryland. In 2015 he was selected as Deputy Surgeon General and Deputy Commanding General (Support), United States Army Medical Command. In December 2015, it was announced that Caravalho was assigned to the Joint Staff as chief medical advisor ("Joint Staff Surgeon").
Major General Joseph Caravalho, Jr., M.D., (born c. 1957) is a physician and career officer in the Medical Corps of the United States Army. He has held specialized staff medical positions, served in operations at hospitals, and commanded major medical installations across the United States as well as operations in actions overseas. In December 2015 he was appointed as the Joint Staff surgeon, the chief medical advisor to the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.
In 1963, he played Zapatero in "The General Cried at Dawn" of another CBS sitcom, "The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis", starring Dwayne Hickman. In 1967, he played Caravalho in "All Around Town" of the CBS sitcom, "Family Affair". From 1968 to 1970, he appeared in five episodes of the ABC sitcom, "The Flying Nun", starring Sally Field; in three of those appearances he was cast as Chief Galindo. About this time, he was also cast twice in another ABC sitcom, "That Girl", starring Marlo Thomas. From 1974 to 1977, he cast three times on the NBC sitcom, "Chico and the Man".