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Collaborative Leadership and an Evolving Military

By Lt. Jay A. Morrison, Ph.D., MSC, Naval Hospital Guam Our leadership uses multiple frameworks to maximize organizational effectiveness. Well organized and positive leadership profoundly impacts an establishment, including in our military and military healthcare systems. However, in the wake of lessons learned, after more than a decade of war, the nature of the military and military medicine is changing …

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SECNAV Welcomes Back Full Navy-Marine Corps Team, Reinforces Importance of Fiscal Responsibility

By Secretary of the Navy Ray Mabus Oct. 16 Congress passed and the President signed legislation restoring funding for the federal government until January 15. This has been an incredibly challenging time for our Department, and I know everyone is anxious to get back to work. I want to thank our Navy and Marine Corps civilians who faced not just …

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I Am a Navy Corpsman

By Paul Ross, U.S. Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery Public Affairs A 16-year-old picks up a magazine and flips through the glossy pages. He stops at an article about a heroic sailor — a Navy corpsman — who ran through a minefield to save the Marines he served with during Operation Desert Storm. For some people, the story would …

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