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Troops could get the COVID-19 vaccine starting next week
Prepare to be pricked.
Smoke from USS Bonhomme Richard fire contained toxic chemicals, contradicting Navy claims
As black smoke poured off the USS Bonhomme Richard, people in portside communities complained of headaches and nausea even as the Navy claimed Navy that "there's nothing toxic in there"
Navy investigation finds 60 percent of USS Theodore Roosevelt volunteers have COVID-19 antibodies
If sailors who did not previously test positive for the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) show antibodies, that could suggest a higher rate of infection than previously known
2 US Army soldiers are reportedly being treated for vaping-related illnesses
As of October 1, over 1,000 lung injury cases related to vaping had been reported to the CDC.
American Legion Adopts Resolution Supporting Medical Marijuana
The American Legion adopted a resolution Thursday urging the federal government to allow Department of Veterans Affairs doctors to discuss … Continued
Lead Found In Water At Navy WESTPAC Elementary School, Again
The water fixtures at the Navy’s Ikego Elementary School in Japan contain high levels of lead… again. No families aboard … Continued
DoD Health Experts Want Troops To Cut Back On Energy Drinks
Editor’s Note: This article by Matthew Cox originally appeared on Military.com, the premier source of information for the military and … Continued
Suicide Is More Than Just A Veteran Problem
No number is as wrought with consequence in the veterans community as 22, which has become a rallying cry for … Continued