Military Medicine

Lucky Lindy” Lands at the Navy Tissue Bank

By André B. Sobocinski, Historian, Bureau of Medicine and Surgery (BUMED)  Only in the sky is there hope. Only in that which man has never touched and which God forbid that he ever will. ~Charles Lindbergh When Charles Lindbergh landed the Spirit of St. Louis in Paris in May 1927 he became the first person to fly solo across the …

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Meet the Scientists: Dr. Philip Vernon

Editor’s note: Article was originally posted Dec. 15, 2014 in DOD Live, official blog of Department of Defense. Meet the Scientists is an Armed with Science segment highlighting the men and women working in the government realms of science, technology, research and development.  The greatest minds working on the greatest developments of our time.  If you have someone you’d like …

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A Culture of Safety and Quality

As a system of health, and as individuals in that system, we rightfully take great pride in our combat medicine performance over the last twelve years of war. There are a number of characteristics evident in that performance that are hallmarks of a learning system focused on continuous improvement: a demand for data – paired with an openness to reporting, …

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