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Surgeon General’s Corner: Navy Medicine’s Highlights Global Health Engagement

By Vice Adm. Matthew L. Nathan, U.S. Navy Surgeon General Our motto in Navy Medicine is “world-class care, anytime, anywhere.” The task we have before us to provide care, whether it is to a forward-deployed Sailor serving at sea, to someone in need during a medical civic assistance project, or developing a vaccine in one of our overseas research labs, …

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Happy Holidays from the MHS Leadership Team

As we celebrate the holidays and ring in the New Year, all of the Service Surgeons General and Health Affairs leadership would like to take a moment to celebrate the successes of our Military Health System team and thank you for all of your hard work over this past year. Your efforts have helped to heal, protect and care for …

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Happy Holidays from the Navy Surgeon General

By Vice Adm. Matthew L. Nathan, U.S. Navy Surgeon General As the year comes to a close and we approach the New Year, we have much to be thankful for and many milestones of this past year on which to reflect. First, I would like to personally thank each of you, the Navy and Marine Corps Medicine family and your …

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Newsletter for Navy & Marine Corps Medicine

From U.S. Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery Public Affairs Navy Medicine is proud to present the December 2012 issue of Navy and Marine Corps Medical newsletter. It features various articles and photos highlighting the great work being done across Navy Medicine around the world. This month highlights Navy Medicine’s support to global health engagement month. Click here to view …

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Navy Medicine’s Engagement in Global Health

By Andre Sobocinski, historian, U.S. Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery The end of the Spanish American War (1898) marked the emergence of the United States as a global military power and the beginning of the Navy’s long history in global health engagement. At the start of the twentieth century, the Navy expanded into American Samoa (1900), Cuba (1903), Guam (1898), …

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