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Marines announce changes to Physical and Combat Fitness Tests in an effort to contain COVID-19
In an effort to slow the spread of COVID-19, the U.S. Marine Corps has announced changes to the Physical Fitness...
Staying fit in quarantine means it’s time to get creative
U.S. service members improvise in order to stay fit during restrictions of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Video shows how COVID-19 positive patients are brought onto the USNS Comfort
In this video released by the Navy, service members aboard the USNS Comfort explain the process of receiving a COVID-19...
Twin infants evacuated from South Korea amidst COVID-19 crisis
Two of Korea’s tiniest soldiers needed some extra love and care – and a lift back home.
USNS Mercy arrives in LA
On March 27, 2020, the USNS Mercy arrived at the Port of LA to serve as a referral hospital for...
NORAD & USNORTHCOM Commander Answers COVID-19 Questions
General Terrence J. O’Shaughnessy, the commander of both the North American Aerospace Defense Command and U.S. Northern Command answers media...
Here’s the special military pay and allowances for troops dealing with COVID-19
The guidance, issued Thursday evening, includes a new cash allowance for troops ordered to quarantine after exposure to the virus.
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...
Screening, cleaning, swabbing and more—What the National Guard is doing nationwide to fight COVID-19
“With COVID-19, it’s like we have 54 different hurricanes hitting every state, every territory, and the District of Columbia.”
Army vet owner of NJ brewery donates gift cards to nurses fighting COVID-19
“Right now, it’s probably pretty brutal for them ... We just wanted to make sure people knew they were appreciated."
3 sailors at sea aboard Theodore Roosevelt aircraft carrier have COVID-19
They are the first known cases of the virus on board a U.S. military ship at sea, the Navy said.
US troops are still at the southern border, despite waning migration and COVID-19 restrictions
Roughly 5,200 troops are there to help find undocumented migrants, though apprehensions are at the lowest levels in years.
Navy sends hospital ship to Los Angeles to lighten the load for doctors swamped by COVID-19
The Mercy, an 894-foot-long converted oil tanker, will have 1,128 medical professionals, 1,000 beds and nine fully-staffed operating rooms to treat patients
‘I’m stuck in a motel and bored out of my mind’ — A Navy officer copes with COVID-19 restrictions
‘The base that I'm on has shut down. However, the school house where I'm training is mission critical, so we are going to keep training. I can’t go home to Florida … so I’m stuck in a motel.’
About 100 airmen, dependents at Cannon Air Force Base self-monitoring for COVID-19
Cannon AFB has about 100 airmen and dependents who are self-monitoring while isolated in quarters, though it has had no confirmed cases of coronavirus so far.
5 more San Diego shipboard sailors test positive for COVID-19 as Navy stops naming infected ships
The 5 sailors, who tested positive on Saturday, are in isolation off-ship. The Navy is no longer naming the ships with positive tests, the fleet announced Friday.
US-led coalition suspends training of Iraq forces over COVID-19
The U.S.-led coalition fighting Islamic State has suspended training of Iraqi forces over coronavirus fears, a senior coalition military official said on Thursday.
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.