Mr. Anh Quoc Tran is a Firefighter and a Soldier.
As a Soldier, Mr. Tran is a Major in the U.S. Army Reserve. He is serving as Health Services Systems Manager for 4010th U.S. Army Hospital in New Orleans, LA.
In 1994, MAJ Tran was enlisted into the U.S. Army as a 98J, Military Intelligence (MI) Analyst. His first assignment was with the B Company, 303rd MI Battalion at FT Hood, TX. MAJ Tran was selected for Officer Candidate School and was commissioned in 1997. After Officer Basic Course, he was sent to Germany and served as a Platoon Leader, Executive Officer for B Company, 226 Medical Logistics Battalion. In 1999, because of his background in Military Intelligence, he was selected to serve as Intel Officer for 30th Medical Brigade. In 2000, he came back to Texas to serve as an Executive Officer for D Company, 232nd Medical Training Battalion.
In 2002, MAJ Tran left active duty and joined the U.S. Army Reserve with 4010th United States Army Hospital (USAH). He served as a Medical Supply Officer and then Chief of Logistics for the 4010th USAH. In 2004, he was mobilized for 18 months and assigned as Training Officer for Irwin Army Community Hospital, at FT Riley, KS. In 2007, he took command of Headquarter and Headquarter Company (HHC), 4010th USAH. In 2009, he served as Human Resource Manager for 4010th USAH. From 2011 till present, he is serving as Health Services Systems Manager.
As a Firefighter, Mr. Tran is a Professional Fire Fighter for the City of Houston. Currently he serves as Asian Community Liaison for Houston Fire Department. In 2002, after received honorable discharge from the U.S. Army, he joined the Houston Fire Department and has served the Houstonian for more than 10 years. He was assigned as EMT on ambulance at station 76 on Cook Rd, as Firefighter at fire station 27 near downtown, as Aircraft Rescue Fire Fighter at station 54 at Bush Continental Airport.
As an Asian Community Liaison, he is responsible for promoting HFD within the Asian community by informing the community of HFD services, educating them on fire and emergency medical services, and recruiting young Asians to join the HFD. He is a certified Structure Fire Fighter, Aircraft Rescue Fire Fighter and National Registry of Emergency Medical Technician.
While assigned as Asian Liaison, he has planned and executed many events which brought many benefits worth more than $100,000 to the Asian community.