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  • Afghanistan injuries doesn't stop Solider

    Jun 18, 2014

    "Afghanistan didn't beat me. I still matter," said Sgt. 1st class Kevin Holland, Warrior Transition Battalion, Fort Benning, Georgia. He may have been hurt overseas, but he will not let it stop him living his life.

  • Soldier tours 9/11 Museum to revisit day that changed his life

    Jun 18, 2014

    West Point, New York -- As he stepped onto the streets of Manhattan, Isaac Rios found himself in New York City for the first time in years-- before the world-shattering event of 9/11. The Brooklyn native-- Coney Island, to be exact-- joined about 130 fellow Soldiers, Marines and Veterans, all a part of the 2014 U.S. Army Warrior Trials, in a trip on June 14 to The National September 11 Memorial Museum. The visit, which coincided with the Army birthday, brought back memories that are never too far from the surface for Rios anyway.

  • Sgt. Stewart shoots in the first round of the 2014 Army Warrior Trials

    Jun 18, 2014

  • Sgt. 1st Class Holland finds a comfortable shooting position before the 2014 Warrior Trials

    Jun 18, 2014

  • Air rifle finals at the 2014 U.S. Army Warrior Trials at West Point

    Jun 18, 2014

  • No Lesson Needed on Determination and Heart in Wheelchair Basketball Semi-Finals

    Jun 18, 2014

    "This coach is blowing the whistle like he's in a parade!" screamed one fan to the right. "Let the athletes play!" came from the left. The crowd packed in close to the net, feeding off of the athletes' energy. Intensity, emotion ran high. At the end of the night, Army team A reined victorious with a 30-10 point win against the Marines, and Air Force beat out Army team B 33-26. Army team A meets the Air Force tonight (June 17) in the wheelchair basketball finals at the 2014 U.S. Army Warrior Trials.

  • Spc. Pariona receives the gold medal for the standing air rifle challenge at the 2014 Warrior Trials

    Jun 18, 2014

  • Sgt. Hastings shoots 40 rounds for the pistol competition at the 2014 Warrior Trials

    Jun 18, 2014

  • Sgt. 1st Class Jermeka Johnson tries to block Marine athlete, Cpl. Brandon Hammonds

    Jun 18, 2014

  • MCAHC 'steps up' for Performance Triad kick-off

    Jun 18, 2014

    Step Up and Step Out! promoting a health inititive to balance sleep, activity and nutrition.

  • Veteran comes full circle as sitting volleyball coach

    Jun 18, 2014

    West Point, New York --J.D. Malone corrects athletes' techniques as he watches them play sitting volleyball in a gym at West Point, New York, encouraging ball control and making sure the athletes are ready to move across the court.

  • Army Dominance of Warrior Trials Continues at Field Events

    Jun 18, 2014

    WEST POINT, N.Y.-- Army athletes overwhelmed their Air Force and Marine rivals in the field competition at the 2014 Army Warrior Trials, capturing eight of the 12 gold medals awarded in a variety of discus and shot put events. The overall field medal count stands at 21 Army, 13 Air Force and two for the Marines.

  • A Fighter's Sport: Army A Team Sweeps Preliminaries at 2014 U.S. Army Warrior Trials

    Jun 17, 2014

    West Point, New York--Cheers from Gillis Field House's multi-purpose stadium reached the parking lot as Army and Air Force squared off at the 2014 U.S. Army Warrior Trials wheelchair basketball preliminaries last night (June 16). Screams of support and chants from both sides hovered over the players in a constant din as Army Green won with a 30-10 point lead.

  • Master Sgt. Hendrix wins the battle for the ball at Wheelchair Basketball at Warrior Trials

    Jun 17, 2014

  • Army Team A huddles with coach before the game open against the Air Force at the Warrior Games

    Jun 17, 2014

  • Eyepro: it's not just for the battlefield

    Jun 12, 2014

    Eyepro serves two very important roles when it comes to protecting our eyes. First and most obvious is the protection from trauma and ocular foreign bodies. Secondly, eyepro provides protection from harmful UV and blue light.

  • Distracted driving: an Armywide hazard

    Jun 11, 2014

    In January 2014, the U.S. Army Combat Readiness/Safety Center released a 19-question survey tailored specifically for respondents to report their perceptions of distracted driving, awareness of hazards and potential legal implications, and whether they have knowingly participated in any activity that distracted them while driving. A random sample of 1,099 Soldiers was selected for the survey, and some findings are outlined below.

  • Soldiers Inducted Into Time-Honored Corps

    Jun 9, 2014

    Passing between two raised sabers crossed at the tips to form an apex in the likeness of an inverted "V," the shape of the chevrons they will now don as members of a time-honored corps known as "The Backbone of the Army," nearly 50 Soldiers were inducted into the Non-commissioned Officer (NCO) Corps during a ceremony Friday at Walter Reed Bethesda.

  • Army kicks off first-of-many 239th birthday events

    Jun 8, 2014

    Senior Army leaders held the first-of-many ceremonies scheduled around the world commemorating the Army's 239th birthday, which is June 14, and celebrated this year's theme--"America's Army: Our Profession."

  • When it comes to your health -- 'man up'

    Jun 5, 2014

    June 15-21 is an opportunity to consider the most common ailments that affects men, and the preventative measures guys should practice. By being aware of conditions and diseases that are preventable and taking consistent action, everyone can stay healthier.

  • Are you walking the talk?

    Jun 5, 2014

    While it is disheartening to hear stories of junior enlisted Soldiers making poor decisions and paying for them with their lives, it is demoralizing to hear stories of Army leaders who do the same. Odds are the behaviors demonstrated by these Soldiers -- even the leaders -- were not first-time occurrences, and someone else probably had the opportunity to observe the behaviors in action. What do leaders convey to their Soldiers when they act irresponsibly? Perhaps some of the young Soldiers' poor decisions were a result of messages received from their leaders' actions.

  • NFL wellness team, Army medicine leaders tour National Intrepid Center

    Jun 4, 2014

    Members from the National Football League's Health and Safety Policy team recently met with Army Medicine staffers in an effort to increase the momentum of the Army/NFL initiative on traumatic brain injury prevention and awareness, which began in 2012.

  • Army Surgeon General Hosts Rare Convening of Medical Commanders

    Jun 4, 2014

    More than 350 leaders of military medicine convened at Fort Sam Houston, Texas, May 15 for a two-day leadership and training conference that was rare in both its occurrence and its agenda which challenged leaders to "ask the questions that would get them fired."

  • Army Veteran, Soldier Perseveres to Earn EFMB Despite Losing Left Foot in Combat

    Jun 4, 2014

    Capt. Erick Lund, Wounded Warrior and Dental Corps officer from the Fort Sam Houston DENTAC, tells his story and the journey leading up to the Expert Field Medical Badge (EFMB).

  • Moments matter, seconds count

    May 30, 2014

    You never know what Mother Nature has in store: After what seemed like an endless winter, it appears we've skipped over spring and plunged straight into summer! I'm sure it's a welcome change for our Soldiers, but the short seasonal transition has put many of us leaders at a disadvantage.

  • Fighting suicide: spotlight on male Soldiers

    May 30, 2014

    June is Men's Health Month and an opportunity to focus on our male Soldiers.

  • Army launches Performance Triad

    May 30, 2014

    Army Medicine wants to reach beyond the physical boundaries of its medical treatment facilities to educate and generate commitment to healthier living. The Performance Triad is a practical, simple approach to enjoying good health by focusing on three key components -- sleep, activity and nutrition.

  • Protect your natural body armor this summer

    May 30, 2014

    You and your family can still enjoy the great outdoors this summer while protecting yourselves from excess risks associated with sun exposure if you simply take a few precautions.

  • Post-retirement weight gain--fact or fiction?

    May 30, 2014

    Approximately half of the Army retirees whose height and weight were measured at medical appointments in military treatment facilities last year had a body mass index that classified them as obese.

  • Medication Reconciliation Awareness Month educates benefiaries about prescription process

    May 29, 2014

    Kenner wants to ensure that your medication reconciliation process is completed to ensure safe care is provided to the patients the clinic serves. Medication cards are available at our pharmacy to assist you in this process. Questions about your medications can be answered by a pharmacist in our pharmacy department and for more in-depth questions and review we have a clinical pharmacist that can be seen by appointment. With your involvement in this process the health care team can improve the safe use of the medications you are taking.

  • Staying Safe this summer a top priority for Fort Lee

    May 29, 2014

    The combination of summer weather, longer daylight hours and barbecue smells wafting through the air often bring back memories of our youth. Many recall the anticipation of "no more pencils, no more books," and those glorious times when every outdoor activity from sports to swimming was yours to enjoy. There are a variety of ways to get your body and muscles ready for the physical exertion of an outdoor sporting exercise.

  • Be part of the System for Health

    May 29, 2014

    Health is personal and each of us defines it in our own way. Health is more than the absence of illness; achieving better health means taking a proactive approach to your well-being. This includes quality sleep, regular activity, and good nutrition. Combined, these elements make up the Army Performance Triad and can apply to everyone!

  • Army Medicine rolls out new PTSD training products

    May 29, 2014

    The U.S. Army Medical Department Center & School (AMEDDC&S) has developed two training products to help soldiers understand the nature of combat stress reactions, strategies to seek help and strategies for units to set a command climate that supports seeking help.

  • MCAHC paramedics remain ready to answer Fort Eustis' call

    May 29, 2014

    Fort Eustis paramedics answering the call.

  • Wounded Warrior presents leadership award to JROTC cadet

    May 15, 2014

    Army Staff Sgt. Ruben Gomez awards a Military Order of the Purple Heart JROTC Leadership Medal to Cadet Staff Sgt. Gregory Smith, 16, at the St. John's College High School JROTC Regiment Award Ceremony May 14 in Washington, D.C.

  • Women urged to get checkups

    May 8, 2014

    Each year, Mother's Day serves as a reminder to "Get Healthy" by focusing on the importance of managing individual health, getting simple preventive tests done, and working with health professionals to identify tests that can enhance women's health.

  • TRiPS upgrade available now

    May 8, 2014

    A much-used trip-planning tool has received a facelift that improves user capabilities.

  • Warrior Care at Fort Knox ushers in new era

    May 7, 2014

    The Northern Regional Medical Command opened a Community Care Unit (CCU) at Fort Knox May 1 as part of fiscal year 2014 Warrior Transition Unit force structure changes. The Fort Knox CCU replaces the former Community Based Warrior Transition Unit, headquartered in Illinois.

  • Wounded warrior, transition battalion leader named national award finalist

    May 5, 2014

    A squad leader with Warrior Transition Battalion-Europe's Vilseck platoon was recently named a finalist for an American Association for People with Disabilities national leadership award.

  • Army Civilians Vital to the Army Profession

    May 5, 2014

    Since 1985, the first week in May has been set aside to honor and thank the men and women of our Nation's government workforce. This observance has special resonance in the United States Army, which has a long tradition of professional, honorable, and dedicated public servants entrusted with duties vital to our national security. During Public Service Recognition Week, we pause to recognize the tremendous contributions our Civilians make every day for our Soldiers, their Families and our Nation.

  • Motorcycle safety: not just for May

    May 5, 2014

    While Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month kicked off nationally May 1, Army officials are urging leaders across the force to treat rider safety as a year-round imperative in response to rising PMV-2 fatalities

  • May is Women's Health Month

    May 2, 2014

    The Army recognizes May as National Women's Health Month.

  • The realities of Army motorcycle accidents

    May 2, 2014

    I don't like to start these columns, or any of my correspondence to the field, with bad news. Truthfully, our Army is still doing very well overall with regard to safety; as of April 28, total accidental fatalities were down four percent from fiscal 2013. That's a great accomplishment, and I don't want to take away from it by focusing on the negative. But, I think it would be a disservice to you and our Soldiers to gloss over the fact that motorcycle fatalities are up sharply from this time last year, that indiscipline is still their leading cause, and that NCOs continue to make up a disproportionate share of the deaths.

  • Acupuncture helping reduce use of pain killers in Army

    May 2, 2014

    Acupuncture and other forms of alternative and complementary medicine are helping reduce the use of opioids to block pain in Army patients, the service's assistant surgeon general said.

  • Nation celebrates nurses' role in health care arena

    May 1, 2014

    National Nurses Week is celebrated annually in conjunction with the May 12 birthday of Florence Nightingale, the founder of modern nursing. This year's theme, "Nurses: Leading the Way," recognizes nurses as leaders at the bedside, in the boardroom, throughout communities and in the halls of government. The nursing profession is held in high regard by the community and is viewed as a trusted advocate for patients. For the past 12 years, the public has ranked nursing as the top profession for honesty and ethics in an annual Gallup survey.

  • Health screenings; adequate sleep, activity, nutrition vital to Soldier readiness

    May 1, 2014

    May 11--17 is National Women's Health Week. While male and female Soldiers share some basic health requirements for readiness, female Soldiers require health screenings that are unique to the health of women.

  • Many strategies available to cope with hearing loss

    May 1, 2014

    During May, national Better Hearing and Speech Month, learn about hazards of noise exposure.

  • From water & into the air: indoor pollutant poses health risks

    May 1, 2014

    May is Clean Air Month.

  • Wounded warriors, veterans should register now for hiring conference

    Apr 29, 2014

    Wounded, ill and injured Soldiers and veterans looking for a job, or employers looking for qualified candidates, may link up with each other at the 4th Annual Wounded Warrior and Veteran Hiring and Support Conference, to be held May 28-29, 2014, in Raleigh, N.C.

  • Help Your Children Recharge through Sleep

    Apr 28, 2014

    Sleep is critical to a child's growth and development. Putting children to bed every night at the same time helps them grow up happy and healthy. From the moment they wake up to the moment they fall asleep, children exert a lot physical and mental energy, parents can attest. Many military children also have to deal with the stress of having a deployed parent (or parents), who may then be injured, and frequent moves, which mean saying goodbye to friends, as well as having to start a new school and make new friends. (Service members and their children have proven to be very resilient despite all the challenges.)

  • The Crucible: warriors bring the Thunder

    Apr 28, 2014

  • USAPHC moves closer to becoming tobacco-free workplace

    Apr 25, 2014

    A new U.S. Army Public Health Command policy directs USAPHC personnel and visitors to avoid using tobacco products while on USAPHC campuses, with the intent of creating a healthier workplace and workforce.

  • Community Care Unit opens at Fort Belvoir

    Apr 24, 2014

    The Northern Regional Medical Command opened a Community Care Unit at Fort Belvoir April 15 as part of fiscal year 2014 Warrior Transition Units force structure changes. The CCU will support Soldiers from 10 Northeastern and Mid-Atlantic states from Maine to Maryland.

  • Hiring Our Heroes event at Fort McCoy connects veterans, employers

    Apr 24, 2014

    FORT McCOY, Wis. -- A Hiring Our Heroes job fair at Fort McCoy April 10 connected hundreds of military veterans with prospective employers. Hiring Our Heroes is a program run by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce (USCOC) Foundation. According to the foundation, it was launched in March 2011 as a nationwide initiative to help veterans, transitioning service members, and military spouses find meaningful employment opportunities.

  • Nutrition: eat right evryday to achieve healthy results

    Apr 24, 2014

    The military is in a precarious situation. The health of service members is the cornerstone of the country's war-fighting mission capabilities. Yet, the mission is threatened by data that shows an increasing number of service members are overweight, obese, and plagued with high cholesterol, high blood pressure and diabetes.

  • Wounded Warrior bags first wild turkey

    Apr 24, 2014

    McALESTER, Okla. -- The fourth time is a charm. At least it was for one determined Wounded Warrior who finally bagged a wild turkey.

  • Didn't you know? Sleep critical to healthy living

    Apr 17, 2014

    Sleep is probably the most underrated aspect of our lives even though we spend about a third of our time doing it. Research continues to show that inadequate sleep (usually indicated by chronic sleepiness at inappropriate times), may contribute to the onset of chronic health conditions and other maladies including difficulty concentrating, memory lapses, loss of energy, fatigue, lethargy, and emotional instability. According to the National Institute of Health's Sleep Disorders Research Center, people who are chronically sleep-deprived are at higher risk of drowsy-driving crashes as well.

  • April is child abuse prevention month

    Apr 17, 2014

    Are you interested in getting involved in the prevention movement? One of the simplest ways of increasing awareness of child abuse and child well-being is through the media -- whether on a large or small scale.

  • Army first-aid kits include new eye shield

    Apr 14, 2014

    The new rigid eye shield is now part of the revised individual first-aid kit that was distributed to troops in the fall. When properly worn, the shields can protect the eye from further damage after an initial eye injury is sustained.

  • NRMC NCO excels in equal opportunity career

    Apr 11, 2014

    Army NCO plays key role in support of joint service equal opportunity mission.

  • KAHC to celebrate Occupational Health Nursing Week, April 22

    Apr 10, 2014

    Fort Lee's occupational health nurses serve active duty members and federal employees at Fort Lee focusing on personnel in hazardous positions such as those exposed to excessive noise, working in eye hazard areas, respiratory protection and pregnancy surveillance.

  • The magic pill: physical activity

    Apr 10, 2014

    Physical activity is essential to a healthy and happy lifestyle. Along with nutrition and sleep, it is one of the key components of the Army Surgeon General's "Performance Triad" initiative.

  • Fort Hood medical teams spring into action, save lives amid tragedy

    Apr 10, 2014

    Evil reared its ugly head on Fort Hood, Texas, again April 2, 2014, and once again the everyday heroes of the "Great Place" rose up to meet it head-on. At the tip of that spear, as always, were the emergency responders who charged into the disorder and confusion to save lives.

  • Surgeon general says brain health 'new frontier'

    Apr 10, 2014

    Optimizing brain health can have immense benefits for readiness, resiliency and the health of Soldiers, said the Army's surgeon general as she opened two-day consortium on the topic.

  • Medical specialists garner coveted Army Medical Badge

    Apr 9, 2014

    After nearly 15 days of challenging and exhaustive challenges, 45 Soldiers received the Army's prestigious badge known as the Expert Field Medical Badge on April 3. But what the Soldiers will remember most is what Mother Nature had thrown at them- the worst of three seasons in the way of blustery winds, rain and snow.

  • Indiana Trailer Transfer Point units run combined ops at WAREX

    Apr 9, 2014

    FORT McCOY, Wis. -- The Army Reserve's 418th and 511th Trailer Transfer Point Detachments from Michigan City, Ind., combine forces for the Warrior Exercise (WAREX) 86-14-02 here, March 22 through April 11. "We've been augmenting each other on training missions, and we've had no issues with intermixing our units," said 1st Lt. Christophe Eli, 511th commander from Valparaiso, Ind. "Our working relationship has been really well."

  • Former NFL quarterback continues fight against suicide and depression

    Apr 4, 2014

    Former Detroit Lions quarterback Eric Hipple played 10 football seasons in the National Football Conference's Central Division. That division was also infamously nicknamed "The Black and Blue Division." Concussions and broken bones were part of Hipple's black and blue football career throughout the 1980s, but black and blue mental health lingered past his football retirement. Now an advocate for mental fitness and a major supporter of service members, Hipple visited the Pentagon auditorium as a guest of the Office of the Pentagon Chaplain March 27 to speak about suicide awareness and recognizing early signs of depression.

  • New slogan captures Kenner�'s Commitment

    Apr 3, 2014

    Patient satisfaction remains a top priority for Kenner Army Health Clinic, and one way to achieve this goal is through the use of the Army Provider Level Satisfaction Survey, or APLSS. This survey is used to evaluate and track during visits with their health care providers.

  • Spring brings outdoor activities, health hazards

    Apr 2, 2014

    Spring is here and people are heading outdoors to enjoy the balmy weather. But such harmless activities as taking a walk through the woods or cleaning out the attic could put you at risk for some pretty serious medical issues if you're not cautious.

  • Occupational Health Nursing Week is April 19-25

    Apr 2, 2014

    Occupational health nurses (OHN) play a vital role in championing your health and safety on the job.

  • Army Medicine announces inaugural Brain Health Consortium

    Apr 1, 2014

    World-renown medical leaders in the military, academia, and research communities in neurology, neuroscience, psychiatry, and psychology are coming together in a first-of-its-kind Brain Health Consortium, April 10-11. The goal is to better understand the state of the science of brain health and to discuss ways to improve the brain health of Soldiers and the Army Family. The consortium is being hosted by Lt. Gen. Patricia Horoho, the Army surgeon general, and held at the Defense Health Headquarters, Falls Church, Va.

  • Army Surgeon General hosts Executive Health and Wellness Program

    Apr 1, 2014

    Lt. Gen. Patricia Horoho hosted an Executive Health & Wellness Program in March for the spouses of several Army general officers. The event included the development of a personalized health plan, seminars with various health experts, and a cooking demonstration.

  • How do Soldiers communicate these days?

    Apr 1, 2014

    Communication: a two-way street

  • April is Women's Eye Health and Safety Month

    Apr 1, 2014

    Prevent Blindness America has designated April as Women's Eye Health and Safety Month to help educate women about the steps they should take to make eye health a priority.

  • Post-traumatic growth--thriving through life's crises

    Apr 1, 2014

    Many people who experience crises and adversity are able to resolve and grow from these events, drawing upon internal strengths previously unrecognized.

  • Last Call

    Apr 1, 2014

    About every 30 seconds in the United States, a driver using a cellphone is involved in a crash. In an effort to curb these preventable accidents, the National Safety Council is asking motorists to put down the phone and focus on the task at hand -- driving.

  • Video: Sexual Assault Awareness Month April 2014

    Apr 1, 2014

    Army Surgeon General, Lt. Gen. Patricia D. Horoho, talks about Sexual Assault Awareness Month in the Army and urges all members of Army Medicine to intervene, act and motivate others to stop sexual assaults, sexually offensive language and gestures that promote this type of abuse.

  • The Army Surgeon General Meets with Caroline Kennedy in Japan

    Mar 31, 2014

    D.C.'s Cherry Blossoms may not have quite bloomed yet due to winter over staying its welcome, however, the Cherry Blossom brooch that the U.S. Army Surgeon General Lt. Gen. Patricia Horoho gifted to the Honorable Caroline Kennedy, U.S. Ambassador to Japan, is in full bloom.

  • MCAHC hosts U.S. Army Civilian Corps Celebration

    Mar 27, 2014

    Civilian Corps Celebraton

  • Safety should be a key focus in the spring

    Mar 27, 2014

    April is already upon us, and it brings hope of long-awaited warmer temperatures and bright sunny days that tend to be more uplifting to ones spirits. The warmer weather also brings increased outdoor activity and the need to be mindful of spring and summer safety tips.

  • Interactive wellness event on tap for Fort Lee community

    Mar 27, 2014

    If you and your family are looking for something to do this year during Spring Break, look no further. KAHC welcomes the community for an interactive, fun-filled event that is educational and will enable participants to learn more about the Army Surgeon General's Performance Triad. The triad is an important part of helping all families become healthier by improving physical activity, sleep and nutrition.

  • MCAHC program aims to provide better continuity of care for patients

    Mar 26, 2014

    Patient Centered Medical Homes aim to provide better continuity of care to patients through a more interactive approach to healthcare.

  • New Nutrition: MCAHC tips for improving health

    Mar 26, 2014

    Obesity has been steadily rising since the turn of the millennium, and has yet to decline.

  • Training to help Soldiers recognize concussions

    Mar 24, 2014

    Spurred by more than 172,000 documented cases of traumatic brain injury (TBI) involving Soldiers in garrison and theater since 2000, beginning in August, the Army's Executive Agent for TBI, Army Medicine, will roll out its new concussion training program on the Army Training Network (ATN).

  • Warrior Citizen tackles competition, saves lives

    Mar 21, 2014

    Knowing how to save a fellow Soldier's life in combat is one thing Sgt. Aaron Cooper is trained to do, and he uses these Army skills daily to save the lives of strangers in Wisconsin.

  • Fort Drum Soldiers Get Fit with TCAPS

    Mar 19, 2014

    The Army focuses with the TCAPS to minimize training and battlefield related hearing loss, while improving overall situational awareness, increased mission effectiveness, safety and survivability.

  • MCAHC celebrates 127th Anniversary of the Army Enlisted Medical Corps

    Mar 19, 2014

  • 210th Field Artillery Brigade Best Warrior Competition day one

    Mar 18, 2014

    CAMP CASEY, South Korea - Soldiers from 210th Field Artillery Brigade, 2nd Infantry Division participate in an Army Physical Fitness Test and written exam for the Best Warrior Competition day one on Camp Casey, South Korea March 18, 2014.The APFT is comprised of a two minute push up event, two minute sit-up event and a two mile run. The Best Warrior competition is a four day event where Soldiers are tested physically, mentally, and in the areas of land navigation, warrior tasks and battle drills, and a formal board. This event showcases Soldiers and demonstrates 210th FA Bde."Fight Tonight" spirit. (U.S. Army photos by 210th Field Artillery Brigade Public Affairs Team/Released). To download these high-quality photos and others from this event, click on the link to go to this set at the 210th Field Artillery Brigade Flickr page:

  • Kimbrough's brown bag lunch program discusses nutrition

    Mar 18, 2014

    A lunch at a popular fast food eatery that offers healthy options may not be so healthy.

  • Local health care leaders visit Army medical home

    Mar 18, 2014

    Leaders from Group Health's Puyallup Medical Center, one of the largest civilian health providers in the area around Joint Base Lewis-McChord, visited Madigan Army Medical Center's Puyallup Community Based Medical Home March 14.

  • WTU promotes healing, camaraderie during Sports Week

    Mar 7, 2014

    At Fort Eustis, the Warrior Transition Unit, Alpha Company, facilitates recovery through events like its quarterly platoon Sports Week, held Feb. 21-27.

  • Kenner recognizes Brain Injury Awareness month

    Mar 6, 2014

    March is Brain Injury Awareness Month and many people may have a co-worker, battle buddy, friend, neighbor or spouse who is dealing with a brain injury.

  • Army Safe Spring Campaign now live online

    Mar 4, 2014

    The U.S. Army Combat Readiness/Safety Center launched the annual Army Safe Spring Campaign online March 1, providing leaders and Soldiers easy access to seasonal safety materials.

  • Is it possible to eat right on a budget?

    Feb 28, 2014

    It is possible to eat healthy and well while on a budget.

  • Army Enlisted Medical Corps Celebrates 127 Years

    Feb 28, 2014

    For 127 years, the Army Enlisted Medical Corps has provided quality care and selfless service to Soldiers, Retirees and Family members on the home front and on the battlefield.

  • Adequate sleep brings benefits for a lifetime

    Feb 28, 2014

    Vital tasks carried out during sleep help maintain good health and enable people to function optimally. Not getting enough sleep can be dangerous to mental and physical health.

  • Bath salts--what's in a name?

    Feb 28, 2014

    The street names of this dangerous product create an illusion that using it will lead to relaxation or an exhilarating high. But the reality is that the use of bath salts comes with unpredictable reactions and dangerous consequences.

  • NRMC Civilians recognized for their importance to the Army team

    Feb 27, 2014

    The commanding general Northern Regional Medical Command hosted a Civilian Awards Ceremony recognizing 25 civilian employees for their professionalism and dedicated service to the command, the Army and the nation February 26 at Fort Belvoir Wood Theater.

  • Clinic to observe patient safety week

    Feb 27, 2014

  • Army Medical Enlisted Corps celebrates 127 years, promotes "Trust"

    Feb 27, 2014

    At 127 years old we are one of the oldest corps in the Army Medical Department.


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