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The Military Health System is an interconnected network of service members whose mission is to support the lives and families of those who support our country. Everyday in the MHS advancements are made in the lab, in the field, and here at home. These are just a few articles highlighting those accomplishments that don't always make it to the front page of local papers.

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For the first time at Aviano AB the 31st MDG integrates with 31st SFS for “Trauma Care Under Fire” training

Article Around MHS
4/25/2022
Military personnel during a training session

For the first time at Aviano Air Base, 31st Medical Group technicians conducted joint ‘trauma care under fire’ training with the 31st Security Forces Squadron Military Working Dog K-9 unit, at Aviano Air Base, Italy.

Sharing nursing knowledge: Madigan’s 13th Annual Warman Conference

Article Around MHS
4/25/2022
Juanita Warman Nursing Excellence Conference

Excellence Conference reinforced the strengths in the nursing community at Madigan Army Medical Center on Joint Base Lewis-McChord in Washington.

Pendleton’s Sexual Assault Prevention and Response program provides support for survivors

Article Around MHS
4/25/2022
SPEAK UP FOR THE VICTIMS; SPEAK OUT AGAINST SEXUAL ASSUALT

The SAPR program’s various services has allowed the Marine Corps to offer service members and their family members the ability to report a sexual assault and address any negative consequences that come as a result.

How to Help Military Children Reconnect After Two Years of the Pandemic

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4/25/2022
Airman 1st Class Rocio Romo, Space Launch Delta 30 public affairs specialist, and her son pose for a photo at Cocheo Park on Vandenberg Space Force Base, California, March 25, 2022. During the month of April, we celebrate Month of the Military Child to highlight the sacrifices military children make on the home front while their parents serve the United States. (Photo: Airman Kadielle Shaw, Space Launch Delta 30 Public Affairs)

How parents can help children stressed by more than two years of COVID-19.

A History of the Combat Helmet and the Quest to Prevent Injuries

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4/25/2022
A History of the Combat Helmet and the Quest to Prevent Injuries

The combat helmet has evolved over time to improve protection against projectiles and shock waves to reduce the risk of fatal blows and traumatic brain injuries.

Cherry Point Sailor Recognized for Lifesaving Actions

Article Around MHS
4/22/2022
Military personnel posing for a picture

Hospital Corpsman Second Class Charles Brown Jr. saved the life of a Marine Corps Officer Candidate in late June, 2021 by proving immediate aid to him when he succumbed to hyperthermia during an introductory physical fitness test. He received the Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal during a ceremony Friday, April 15.

DoD recognizes resilient military children

Article Around MHS
4/22/2022
Military personnel with their kids

Military children are no strangers to challenges and grow to be resilient from the difficulties they experience. April is designated by the Department of Defense as Month of the Military Child to honor and recognize the sacrifices military children face.

Suicide Prevention and Mental Health Resources Provide Help: You Are Not Alone

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4/22/2022
Military personnel posing for a picture

Life is full of ups and downs. But sometimes life events—financial strain, relationships, isolation, emotional or sexual abuse, stress, and misuse or abuse of alcohol or drugs—can lead to depression, anxiety, and thoughts of suicide for some. It’s important to remember that you are not alone.

Soldiers need not sacrifice taste for nutrition

Article Around MHS
4/21/2022
Military personnel getting food

Two U.S. Army culinary specialists have devoted their lives to the premise that cooking and eating nutritionally is not out of reach for any Soldier and does not have to compromise taste.

A year later, BAMC doctor reunites with patient he helped save

Article Around MHS
4/21/2022
Military personnel posing for a picture

Last April, a Military Emergency Medical Services and Disaster Medicine fellow from Brooke Army Medical Center was on a routine ride-along with Austin/Travis County Emergency Medical Services when they responded to a 911 call about a 29-year-old female who went into cardiac arrest at a cross fit gym.

Ceremony Marks New Name for RIA Health Clinic to Woodson Health Clinic, Honoring World War II Combat Medic

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4/21/2022
Stephen Woodson looks at the plaque painting of his father, Staff Sgt. Waverly Woodson Jr., a World War II First U.S. Army combat medic hero, following the unveiling of it during a renaming dedication ceremony at Rock Island Arsenal, Illinois, April 14. The health clinic was renamed Woodson Health Clinic. (Photo: Jon Micheal Connor, ASC Public Affairs)

The Rock Island Arsenal Health Clinic received a new name in honor of a heroic First U.S. Army Soldier in a moving ceremony here in Heritage Hall April 14. The new name is the Woodson Health Clinic in honor of Staff Sgt. Waverly B. Woodson Jr.

MHS GENESIS: Commanders Say Electronic Health Records Foster Improved Care

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4/20/2022
An Army soldier and patient actor sports a mock impalement while providing simulated medical information to test out a new electronic medical record system designed to virtually document medical encounters in the field. The mock scenario was part of the U.S. Navy’s Rim of the Pacific exercise in 2018. (Photo: Ana Allen, U.S. Army)

MHS GENESIS improves health care for military beneficiaries across the enterprise.

Celebrating Military Children

Article Around MHS
4/19/2022
April is Month of the Military Child

April is Month of the Military Child

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

Article Around MHS
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.

JBLM Soldiers Start Preparing for Warrior Games With Hard Training

Article Around MHS
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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