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


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

Preventive medicine saving lives

Navy Lt. Marcus McDonough and Navy Hospital Corpsman 1st Class Adrian Weldon, assigned to Navy Environmental and Preventative Medicine Unit TWO, prepare a BG-Sentinel mosquito trap outside the Franklin D. Roosevelt School during Continuing Promise 2018.(U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Brianna K. Green)

Public health is an essential part of daily life

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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

The Gulf War Story


Story of the Gulf War and its outcomes

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