DARPA wants to use science to help you sleep better and poop good

ADAPTER would take the form of an “implantable or ingestible bioelectronic carrier that can provide warfighters control over their own physiology,” according to DARPA

Security force team members for Provincial Reconstruction Team (PRT) Farah wait for a UH-60 Black Hawk medevac helicopter to land before moving a simulated casualty during medical evacuation training on FOB Farah, Jan. 9, 2013.

Veterans group calls on lawmakers to credential former medics to join the fight against COVID-19

Team Rubicon is calling on state governors and members of Congress to allow former military medical personnel to be credentialed so they can help overburdened hospitals amidst the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak

Fake blood is seen in test tubes labelled with the coronavirus (COVID-19) in this illustration taken March 17, 2020.

Army researchers begin animal testing of COVID-19 vaccine

Army researchers at Fort Detrick, Maryland have begun testing a potential coronavirus vaccine on animals, the first of many steps in manufacturing a widely available prevention against the virus

The 531st Hospital Center, based at Fort Campbell, deployed today to New York as part of the US Army’s support to the COVID crisis on March 26, 2020

Inside the Army's emergency deployment of doctors to New York to fight COVID-19

The deployment of the Army's 531st Hospital Center was part of the active-duty Army's first wave of response to the COVID-19 pandemic, which has so far resulted in about 5,100 deaths in the U.S. — more than 2,200 of those in New York

Vice Adm. Forrest Faison, Navy surgeon general and chief, U.S. Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery, served as a keynote speaker for the 40th Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences graduation held at National Society Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) Constitution Hall May 18, 2019.

Military medical school to graduate students early to battle COVID-19

For the first time in its 48-year history, the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences will graduate its fourth-year medical school students and graduate-level nurses early to support the U.S. military's war on COVID-19.