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Madigan Simulation 1

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9/23/2020
Two military personnel wearing masks, "operating" on a dummy

Trainees practice nerve repair on simulation equipment at Madigan Army Medical Center’s Andersen Simulation Center. (Photo by Ryan Graham.)

Assistive Technology 2020

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9/23/2020
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Army Master Sgt. Akinola Oladipo uses assistive technology in his role as a force protection specialist at Fort Hood, Texas. He also used it to earn a master's degree. (Courtesy photo)

Stout PSNS 2020

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9/23/2020
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Hospitalman Kevin Stout, assigned to Navy Medicine Readiness and Training Command Bremerton Detachment Puget Sound Naval Shipyard (PSNS), was recently recognized by the shipyard’s leadership for performing flawlessly under pressure, conducting a contaminated person drill as part of the overall Radiation Health audit. (Photo by Douglas H Stutz, NHB/NMRTC Bremerton public affairs officer.)

PSNS Hospitalman consistently steps up to meet the mission

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9/23/2020
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The ‘Rad Health’ program is cited as the ‘gold standard’ by Naval Sea Systems Command and BUMED audits.

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DoD's assistive technology office helps keep workers on the job

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9/23/2020
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Assistive technology services aid uniformed, civilian employees

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Madigan renovates, expands medical simulation center

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9/23/2020
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In 2007, the center expanded in conjunction with an Army Medical Command effort to enhance graduate medical education through simulation training.

Fort Jackson, September 29, 2020

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9/22/2020

Blood Drive at Fort Jackson

Marine Corps Air Station (gym), Beaufort, South Carolina, September 28, 2020

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9/22/2020

Blood Drive at Marine Corps Air Station

Fort Campbell, September 24-25, 2020

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9/22/2020

Blood Drive at Fort Campbell

Fort Carson, Colorado, September 22-24, 2020

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9/22/2020

Blood Drive at Fort Carson, CO

Light the Night 2020

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9/22/2020
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Cynthia Langa hugs her daughter, Kylee, during the second annual Light Up the Night outside Blanchfield Army Community Hospital at Fort Campbell, Kentucky. Cynthia walked in memory of her sister, Michelle McGibbon, who committed suicide in 2018. (Photo by Stephanie Ingersoll.)

Script Center 2020

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9/22/2020
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Staff Sgt. Dustin Stevens, 7th Medical Support Squadron pharmacy technician, opens a locker in the ScriptCenter at Dyess Air Force Base, Texas, Feb. 26, 2020. Larger refill prescription orders will be available in the lockers beside the machine. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Mercedes Porter)

MHSGENESIS2020

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9/22/2020
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Army Spc. Jasmine Arellano (right), an optometry technician with Weed Army Community Hospital, learns how to navigate MHS GENESIS during a mock Go-Live event held on September 16 on Fort Irwin, Calif. Fort Irwin will begin using the new electronic health record system starting September 26. (Photo by Kimberly Hackbarth, WACH Public Affairs.)

GA Soldiers CCP 2020

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9/22/2020
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Army Sgt. Brett Knox with the Kendrick Memorial Blood Center, located outside Fort Gordon, Georgia takes blood from Patrick Young, an employee at Winn Army Community Hospital, as a participant in the DoD COVID-19 Convalescent Plasma Program. (Photo by Zach Rehnstrom.)

Fort Campbell soldiers shine light on suicide prevention

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9/22/2020
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Annual walk hosted by BACH offers hope

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