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Project Crimson 22 experiments with New Medical Technology for the Battlefield

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11/25/2022
Military personnel carry items from medical supply drone Project Crimson

When the packages hit the ground, medical warriors scramble to retrieve critical supplies. See how an unmanned medical supply aircraft helps military personnel preserve lives in battlefield emergencies.

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A Family Affair at Navy Medicine Readiness Training Command Bremerton

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11/25/2022
Diane Hebert, and her son U.S. Navy Hospital Corpsman 3rd Class Joshua Hebert

Diane Hebert couldn’t make it when her son, Hospital Corpsman 3rd Class Joshua Hebert, was being recognized as Navy Medicine Readiness Training Command Bremerton’s Junior Sailor of the Quarter. Not because she was like many parents who are several time zones or states away from their children serving on active duty. It was due to her own.

Naval Medical Research Center Clinical Trials Center Seeks Volunteers yet to Receive Flu Shot for Immune Response Study

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11/23/2022
Military medical personnel during vaccine study

Naval Medical Research Center’s clinical trials center is looking for 200 volunteer test subjects for a new clinical study that investigates the immune response to seasonal flu vaccination.

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U.S., Angola Host Bi-lateral Military Medical Readiness Exercise

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11/23/2022
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The Angolan Armed Forces, in partnership with the U.S. Army Southern European Task Force, Africa and 807th Medical Command, U.S. Army Reserve, are hosting a medical readiness exercise in Luanda, Angola.

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Naval Medical Forces Pacific Team Participates in Keen Sword 23

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11/22/2022
Military personnel at Keen Sword 23 exercise

"Keen Sword 23" may sound like a new action movie, but the heroes in this real-life field-training exercise perform leading roles in a whole other theater.

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Medical Center of Excellence Publishes Its Medical Company Doctrine Publication

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11/20/2022
Infographic for Army Techniques Publication 4-02.6

As the U.S. Army’s culture shifts from counterinsurgency or limited contingency operations to large-scale combat operations, medical forces must optimize Army Health System support for maximum effectiveness.

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Bayne-Jones Army Community Hospital Nurse Raises Awareness About Men’s Health, Grows Mustache

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11/20/2022
U.S. Army Maj. Cody McDonald

Bayne-Jones Army Community Hospital encourages soldiers and civilians at the Joint Readiness Training Center and Fort Polk, Louisiana to grow a mustache this November to raise awareness about prostate and testicular cancers, mental health, and suicide prevention for men.

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Physicians Perform First Surgery with New Robotics System

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11/18/2022
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Physicians with the 96th Medical Group completed the first robotic-assisted surgery at Eglin Air Force Base on Nov. 2 Using the unit’s new DaVinci Robotics System, the team performed a successful hernia repair operation.

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Native American Medical Student Fulfills Her Life’s calling at the Uniformed Services University

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11/17/2022
U.S. Air Force Lt. Samantha Williamson

U.S. Air Force Lt. Samantha Williamson, a member of the Uniformed Services University School of Medicine’s class of 2025, finds herself far from home as she aims to fulfill her life’s purpose to care for her community.

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Soldiers Learn Nuances of Basic Life Support

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11/16/2022
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U.S. Army Reserve soldiers from the 801st field hospital learned the nuances of providing care to adults, pregnant women, children and infants when they attended the basic life support class on Nov. 7.

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TRICARE Open Season is Here: Find Right the TRICARE Plan for You

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11/16/2022
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Does TRICARE open season apply to you? Now is your chance to enroll in a health plan or change health plans for coverage that starts Jan. 1, 2023. You have until Tuesday, Dec. 13, to make changes.

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Tactical Combat Casualty Care Training Benefits All Warriors

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11/15/2022
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Tactical Combat Casualty Care training is not unique to the active-duty nurses and medical technicians from the 72nd Medical Group, however, what is unique is training in Canine Tactical Combat Casualty Care Training.

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BAMC Ranks Among Top Hospitals in Nation for Surgical Care

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11/15/2022
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Brooke Army Medical Center was recognized by the American College of Surgeons National Surgical Quality Improvement Program for achieving meritorious outcomes for surgical patient care in 2021, ranking the hospital among the top 10 percent of participating hospitals for surgical care.

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U.S. Air Force Provides Information for Aircrew Considering Flying During Their Pregnancy

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11/14/2022
U.S. Air Force Maj. Molly Sexton conducts pre-flight inspections

In April 2022, the U.S. Air Force issued a clarification of policies pertaining to aircrew during pregnancy. The policy recognized the need to provide aircrew, commanders, and health care professionals greater awareness of and transparency around the process for submission and review of waivers to fly during pregnancy.

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What You Should Know About RSV: Symptoms, Prevention, Care

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11/14/2022
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You may have heard of a virus called respiratory syncytial virus, also known as RSV. But do you know how serious it is and who is most at risk? Learn the signs, and how quickly RSV can put patients at risk of serious illness, hospitalization, and even death.

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