Anna Mae Hays, an Army nurse who served in a mud-caked jungle hospital in World War II, guided the Army Nurse Corps through the bloodiest years of the Vietnam War and became the first female general in American military history, died Jan. 7 at a retirement home in Washington. She was 97.
Andrea N. Goldstein lost her sense of home when she left home for college and the military. Moving to New York City, she learned to come home to herself.
Traditional methods can backfire, but ideas like teaching bystanders to intervene and promoting more women have proved effective.
After reporting her sexual assault, a now-retired lieutenant colonel with the West Virginia Army National Guard was retaliated against by a brigadier general, the Defense Department's inspector general said in a new report.
A sign apparently posted by a nurse practitioner at the women’s health clinic at Whiteman Air Force Base in Missouri that told patients she would not provide them with contraception has been removed, officials told Air Force Times.
COLUMBIA, SC - When U.S. Navy Veteran Eric Walker went to the emergency room at Columbia’s Dorn Veterans Hospital with severe pains in his abdomen, he was asked to provide a urine sample.
A career VA administrator and surgeon, Temeck was charged with three counts of improperly writing prescriptions for controlled substances for a friend who also is married to a former high-ranking VA official. Temeck testified that she had been long involved in the friend’s medical care and did nothing wrong. She also says Glassman pursued the case as part of larger VA retaliation against Temeck’s efforts to crack down on how the Cincinnati VA had been run.
U.S. Army aviation faces a diverse threat environment, spanning broad categories of threats from ballistic munitions and guided missiles to directed energy and cyber weapons. It also spans generations of technology, ranging from constantly evolving sophisticated systems to widely proliferated legacy equipment. The modern threat environment presents both a technical challenge and a moving target to Army aviation. Historically, the science and technology (S&T) community has played an important role in developing advanced technologies to outpace the evolution of the threat. In an increasingly challenging threat environment, S&T is now even more critical.
Providers: Help Service Members Stay in Mental Health Treatment Across Settings With Free DoD Program
Did you know that every time you have an active-duty member who is moving, you can get assistance in finding them a mental health care provider at their new duty station?