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Air Force takes steps to assure ‘unblinking’ operations, readiness and capabilities amid pandemic

Air Force medics and health personnel around the globe are resolutely following and ensuring compliance with guidelines issued by the Department of Defense and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention according to Air Force Lt. Gen. Dorothy Hogg.

Within the Air Force, our medics are executing all available measures to mitigate the spread of COVID-19

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Historical Review: Rickettsial Diseases and Their Impact on U.S. Military Forces

Dorsal view of a female American dog tick, Dermacentor variabilis. Credit: CDC/Gary O. Maupin

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Northstar Dustoff provides aeromedical evacuation in Kuwait

Army Soldiers assigned to the 2-211th General Support Aviation Battalion, Minnesota Army National Guard, and the 155th Armored Brigade Combat Team, Mississippi Army National Guard, pull a patient from a UH-60L Black Hawk helicopter during an aeromedical evacuation rehearsal at Camp Buehring, Kuwait. (U.S. Army photo by Sgt. Emily Finn)

Northstar Dustoff has completed more than 60 aeromedical evacuations since August 2018

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Malaria in the Korean Peninsula: Risk Factors, Latent Infections, and the Possible Role of Tafenoquine, a New Antimalarial Weapon

Anopheles sinensis is a species of mosquito that transmits malaria and considered an important vector of  Plasmodium falciparum malaria in both China and Korea. Photo by CDC/James Gathany

For decades, malaria infections acquired in Korea have posed a significant threat to both Korean military and civilians and to U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) personnel. In Korea, malaria infections are caused exclusively by the species Plasmodium vivax (PV). Despite the use of chloroquine chemoprophylaxis during the Korean War (1950–1953), thousands ...

National Nurses Week: Remembering nurses and their contributions to military medicine

The Military Health System annual National Nurses Week wreath-laying ceremony took place at Arlington National Cemetery May 7. Speakers included Air Force Maj. Gen. Dorothy Hogg, U.S. Public Health Service Rear Adm. Carol Romano, and Navy Capt. Deborah Roy. (Photo by Military Health System Communications)

Military Health System leaders, service members, and supporters attended the Military Health System’s annual wreath-laying ceremony for National Nurses Week at Arlington National Cemetery


To what diseases or biological agents were Operation Whitecoat volunteers exposed?


Volunteers were exposed to Q fever, tularemia, staphylococcal enterotoxins and sand fly fever.

The Gulf War Story


Story of the Gulf War and its outcomes

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