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COVID-19 sweeps through Marine Corps boot camp at San Diego, sickening dozens of recruits
The latest cases of the coronavirus were discovered as Bravo company was nearing the end of its 14-day quarantine period.
The Pentagon has a new plan to fight the spread of COVID-19 in the ranks
The Defense Department has devised a new, tiered plan to test, isolate and screen military personnel for the coronavirus while the force awaits more widespread testing, which is likely still months away, defense officials said Wednesday.
Here’s why the numbers don’t necessarily tell the real story of the COVID-19 pandemic
Even when the data may be as close as possible to giving a true picture of the coronavirus problem, some governments may be opting to distort it.
How COVID-19 is affecting the US military
What the U.S. military is telling troops about how to stop the spread COVID-19 is all over the map. The...
Why is social distancing important? (Coronavirus prevention)
When you remove yourself from environments that could expose you to Covid-19, you protect the people around you. Please remember,...
The Air Force flew a million COVID-19 test swabs from Italy to Tennessee
The testing swabs are being delivered in support of ongoing Department of Health and Human Services operations to stem the spread of the coronavirus which first appeared in China but has since spread around the world.
First Navy SEAL tests positive for COVID-19
Test results on Thursday confirmed that the second-class petty officer, who was training at Naval Base Kitsap-Bangor, tested positive for coronavirus.
Navy urges sick sailors to stay home, off ships, but only some will be tested for COVID-19
"We don't want sick sailors on our ships right now. If sailors are feeling ill, they should notify their chain of command."