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A U.S. Military Academy West Point Cadet and a Soldier assigned to 510th Human Resource Company, 10th Division Sustainment Troops Battalion, 10th Mountain Division Sustainment Brigade, treat a simulated casualty, June 15, 2022, during 510th HR’s medical evacuation training on Fort Drum, New York. (U.S. Army photo by Sgt. 1st Class Neysa Canfield, 10th MDSB Public Affairs)

Army looks to advanced tech to modernize its medical capabilities in new strategy

The Army's new medical modernization strategy envisions "a more adaptable medical force capable of harnessing, integrating, and utilizing future technology on the battlefield to save Soldiers."
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U.S. Navy Hospitalmen Christian Akins, left, and Austin Brunt, assigned to Naval Hospital Guam, take a nasal sample from a sailor assigned to the aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt as part of a public health outbreak investigation April 23, 2020. (U.S. Navy / Mass Communication Specialist Seaman Kaylianna Genier)

How the Defense Digital Service helped control COVID-19 outbreaks on Navy ships

"The pandemic has pushed the upper limit of what even DDS is able to do," says the tech-development agency's deputy director.
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