Colonel Steven A. Toft, a native of Osseo, Wisconsin, was commissioned a
Medical Service Corps Officer in 1989 after graduating from the University
of Wisconsin. Following his commission, he attended the Officer Basic
Course at Fort Sam Houston, Texas.
He then served in numerous command and
staff positions including: Ambulance Platoon Leader, 4/22 Infantry
Battalion, 25th Infantry Division, Hawaii; Executive Officer, B/225 Forward
Support Battalion, 25th Infantry Division, Hawaii; Health Service Support
Officer, 225 Forward Support Battalion, 25th Infantry division, Hawaii;
Commander, Medical Troop, 2nd Armored Cavalry Regiment, Fort Polk,
Louisiana; AC/RC Medical Advisor, Readiness Group, Fort Riley, Kansas;
S3/Operations Officer, 125th Forward Support Battalion, Fort Riley, Kansas;
Commander, Headquarters and Headquarter Company, 31st Combat Support
Hospital, Fort Bliss, Texas; Chief Division Medical Operations, 101st
Airborne Division, Fort Campbell, Ky; Executive Officer, 86th Combat Support
Hospital, Fort Campbell, Ky; S3/Operations Officer, 1st Medical Brigade,
Fort Hood, Texas; Executive Officer, 1st Medical Brigade, Fort Hood, Texas;
Deputy Surgeon, III Corps/MNCI, Fort Hood, Texas; Commander, Red River
Defense Distribution Depot, Red River Army Depot, Texas; Chief of Staff,
Medical Recruiting Command, Fort Knox, Ky; G3/Operations Officer, Pacific
Region Medical Command, Hawaii.
COL Toft's most recent assignment was
Deputy Command Surgeon, United States Pacific Command, Hawaii.
Operational and Combat Deployments include: Haiti (1995), Afghanistan
(2002), Iraq (2003, 2004, 2006-2007).
COL Toft holds a Masters degree from
Austin Peay State University and is a graduate of the Army command and
General Staff College.
MAJOR AWARDS AND DECORATIONS:
Bronze Star Medal
Defense Meritorious Service Medal (x3)
Meritorious Service Medal (x6)
Army Commendation Medal (x5)
Army Achievement Medal (x6)
Humanitarian Service Medal.
Expert Field Medical Badge
Air Assault Badge