Military Health System Isn’t Ready for Battlefield Injuries | National News | US News

Military Health System Isn’t Ready for Battlefield Injuries | National News | US News

The uniform of a U.S. Army soldier lies on the floor of the trauma ward at Kandahar Air Field, Afghanistan in 2010.(Chris Hondros/Getty Images)

Surgeons Give Damaging Assessments of the Military Health System | National News | US News

Surgeons See a Military Hospital as a Shadow of Its Past | National News | US News

Combat Medics at Fort Sam Race to Save Lives in Tomorrow’s War, Today

Under the eye of an instructor, combat medics working in a forward aid station work to save a patient with simulated severe wounds.
Photograph by Jeff Wilson

Putin Pulls Russia Out of Convention on War-Crime Probes

Sort of makes you wonder “WHY”?  


Vladimir Putin

Vladimir Putin Photographer: Akos Stiller/Bloomberg

Pentagon Report Warns On Threat To U.S. From Russia’s Dangerous Global Influence – In Military

The Report: Russia Strategic Interest – – May, 2019

Russia to hold major test of its strategic missile forces | Article [AMP] | Reuters – posted 10/17/19

Russian Spetsnaz in Norway: ‘Fake News’ Versus Facts – Jamestown – posted 10/17/19

Navy reestablishes Submarine Group 2 as Russian sub activity increases – Business Insider – posted 10/17/18

UAWire – Russia begins large-scale military exercises in Arctic – posted 10/17/19

U.S. Army reveals details of its largest deployment to Europe in 25 years – Defence Blog – posted 10/17/19


Photo courtesy of 21st Theater Sustainment Command

Russian Subs Live-Fire Ballistic Missiles in Nuclear Combat Drill – The Diplomat – posted 10/19/19

Russia preparing troops for large-scale aggression against Ukraine – General Staff – posted 10/19/19

Doc’s Study of War

GLOBAL JIHAD IN SOUTHEAST ASIA Examining the expansion of the Islamic State and al-Qaeda

Mona Kanwal Sheikh Lars Erslev Andersen Nicholas Chan Hara Shintaro

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Sexually Transmitted Disease Surveillance 2018

Division of STD Prevention October 2019
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
National Center for HIV/AIDS, Viral Hepatitis, STD, and TB Prevention
Division of STD Prevention
Atlanta, Georgia, 30329–4027

Think of all the issues going on across the Country right now – drug addiction, homelessness, mental health issues and so on –  and Sexually Transmitted Diseases are part of/caused by all of the above.