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TRICARE 18h
? Patients who have recovered from may hold treatment in their veins that could help others who are critically ill with the respiratory infection? Read this inspiring story to learn more:
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It's , a good time to remember to drink plenty of water and use protective clothing so you can avoid heat injuries when enjoying the great outdoors. (U.S. Marine Corps Illustration by Cpl. Stephanie E. Soto)
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Navy Medicine May 27
Pfc D.A. Crum of New Brighton, Pa. "H" Platoon, 2nd Battalion, 5thRegiment is treated for wounds by D.R. Howe, HN, USN of Glencoe, Minn. During Operation Hue City. HN D.R. Howe treats a Marine for his wounds during the battle for Hue, South Vietnam. 6 Feb 1968.
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Navy Medicine May 26
The Blue-Green Team Fights COVID-19 See how Marines and personnel work together to combat . Read more at:
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U.S. Naval History May 26
May 26, 1958, aboard USS Canberra, then the 's only active-duty Medal of Honor recipient, Hospitalman William R. Charette, selects the Unknown Soldier of World War II to be interred at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in Arlington National Cemetery.
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U.S. Navy May 25
On this , we recognize those who came before us and made the ultimate sacrifice. We will continue to honor your legacy and thank you for your service by continuing the watch.
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U.S. Marines May 25
This , we pause to honor our fallen brothers and sisters. We will always remember their sacrifices for our nation.
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Naval Medical Forces Pacific May 25
"...that we here highly resolve that these dead shall not have died in vain—that this nation, under God, shall have a new birth of freedom, and that government of the people, by the people, for the people, shall not perish from the earth." - Abraham Lincoln
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Naval Medical Forces Pacific May 23
in 1939, the Navy’s first successful submarine rescue of USS Squalus was conducted by USS Falcon with help from three Navy doctors and two hospital corpsmen. One doctor, Lt. Albert Behnke, spent 22 hours in a diving bell providing medical aid.
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U.S. Navy May 22
To the people of Guam and shipmates serving there, thank you for helping get the "Big Stick" back in the fight. It couldn't have been done without you. : Returns to Sea ⬇️
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Naval Medical Forces Pacific May 19
high blood pressure affects 1 out of every 3 Americans? It’s , a good time to commit to a healthy diet and lifestyle so your body is in fit fighting form. Learn more 👉
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U.S. Navy May 17
the hospital ship returned to its homeport of San Diego, May 15. Some of her crew have remained in the Los Angeles area to continue care in support of FEMA, state, and local healthcare providers. Read More:
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Naval Medical Forces Pacific May 17
USS Osborne (DD 295), named after Medal of Honor recipient, Lt. j.g. Weedon Osborne, was commissioned on this day in 1920 and was the first ship named after a dentist. Learn about Osborne's extraordinary bravery during the Battle of Belleau Wood 👉
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U.S. Naval History May 17
As most schools remain closed, is sharing lesson plans to help keep young learners engaged. This week's lesson from the teaches students the basic physics behind flight. Check it out:
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Naval Medical Forces Pacific May 16
To all the Services and every Sailor, Marine, Coast Guardsman, Soldier, and Airman who raised their hand and volunteered to serve our nation, we salute you. 🇺🇸
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Department of Defense 🇺🇸 May 16
Today we honor all active duty service members. Thank you for your service and sacrifice.
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Navy Chief of Information May 15
BZ to our healthcare shipmates
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U.S. Pacific Fleet May 15
returns to San Diego, prepared for future tasking:
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U.S. Pacific Fleet May 15
hospital ship departs Los Angeles; military relief efforts continue:
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