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JBLM Soldiers Start Preparing for Warrior Games With Hard Training

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4/19/2022
Military personnel training for Army Trials and DoD Warrior Games

The DoD Warrior Games 2022 may be months away, but the Soldiers of Task Force Phoenix at Joint Base Lewis-McChord Soldier Recovery Unit (SRU) in Tacoma, Washington already are deep into an intense training regimen in the hopes of securing some shiny hardware this August in Texas.

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Celebrating Military Children

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4/19/2022
April is Month of the Military Child

April is Month of the Military Child

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“Buddy! Buddy! Are You Okay?” A Look Into The Marine Corps' Livesaver Course

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4/19/2022
Combat Lifesaver Course practical

The Combat Lifesaver Course is a three-day course that teaches Marines lifesaving medical techniques to eliminate preventable loss of life on the battlefield.

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How my sexual assault shaped me but did not break me

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4/18/2022
Air Force Staff Sgt. Kayla White

Joining the military was an intense, transformational experience filled with rites of passage, experiences designed to prepare me to act as a member of a team and conform so I could truly commit to something bigger than myself. One unexpected and devastating experience during my initial training changed me forever.

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Weed ACH hosts 2nd annual Baby Expo

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4/15/2022
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Weed Army Community Hospital recently hosted a 'Baby Expo" for expectant parents.

Niger, U.S. doctors treat 550 patients in Ouallam

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4/15/2022
Military training

 Nigerien and U.S. doctors alongside U.S. joint service medical specialists established a temporary field clinic to provide medical treatment to citizens of Ouallam and the surrounding areas as a part of a medical civic action program (MEDCAP) in Ouallam, Niger, March 16, 2022.

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Croatian Army Soldiers observe US Army life-saving techniques

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4/14/2022
Military personnel observing new medical training

A Croatian Army medical instructor observes Soldiers in the Combat Lifesaver Course at Landstuhl Regional Medical Center, European Medical Simulation Trauma Training Center in Feb. 2022.

MEDCoE awards Expert Field Medical Badges in ceremony at Camp Bullis

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4/13/2022
Military personnel share an EFMB badge award moment.

Fourteen officer and enlisted Soldiers assigned to various Army medicine commands earned the coveted Expert Field Medical Badge (EFMB), during a grueling two week testing event conducted by the U.S. Army Medical Center of Excellence (MEDCoE) at Joint Base San Antonio Camp Bullis, Texas. 

Surface Force Helps Pregnant Sailors Thrive with Artemis Program

Article Around MHS
4/12/2022
Military personnel viewing laptop

The Navy’s Surface Force launched a program to help pregnant Sailors positively contribute to the Navy as they prepare for childbirth.

Soldiers Athletes Studied for Long term Effects of Concussions

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4/8/2022
Brain scan imaging

Mild traumatic brain injury (mTBI), or concussion, is a major issue of concern in the military, as well as within the sports community. 

It’s not a new year’s resolution – it’s National Nutrition Month

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4/8/2022
Military personnel holding papers

The 60th Medical Group Nutritional Medicine outpatient nutrition clinic and Health Promotion Services have partnered together for multiple events across base highlighting March as National Nutrition Month.

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Creative Learning Techniques Promote Culture of Patient Safety

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4/8/2022
Military personnel holding clipboard

During this year's Patient Safety Awareness week, the Patient Safety team at US Navy Medicine Readiness and Training Command, Guantanamo Bay (US NRMTC GB) is reinforcing the hospital's culture of safety through interactive learning.

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Air Force Surgeon General’s priority is creating high performing Airmen, Guardians (Part 1)

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4/8/2022
AF Surgeon General Shireen Bedi headshot and quote

The Air Force Surgeon General’s top priority is creating and sustaining high performing Airmen and Guardians who are medically ready for the future fight.

Air advisors train Ghanaian Armed Forces in aeromedical evacuation for UN deployment

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4/7/2022
Military personnel on a plane

Airmen assigned to the 818th Mobility Support Advisory Squadron recently trained six medical members with the Ghanaian Armed Forces on aeromedical evacuation in preparation for a U.N. deployment.

Forty-one Soldiers Graduate from Practical Nurse Course

Article Around MHS
4/7/2022
Soldiers honoring Pfc. Simon Chen
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