IMCOM Joins Multiagency Partnership at Fort Detrick, Maryland
The U.S. Army Installation Management Command joined the National Interagency Confederation for Biological Research, known as the NICBR, a consortium of seven federal agencies working in concert at Fort Detrick, Md., to secure the health and wellbeing of the nation through cutting-edge research, information sharing and technological innovation.
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'MAN SPOUSES' SERVE AS SUPPORT LINCHPINS FOR ARMY FAMILIES
STORY BY ELIZABETH M. COLLINS, SOLDIERS LIVE
You may have seen him at playgroup or at a spouse club meeting. Maybe he looks a little lost, a bit overwhelmed and very, very lonely. You ignore him at first, but then start to wonder: Who is he? Why is this random guy showing up at events with a bunch of women? So you finally talk to him. He's a male military spouse, a stay-at-home dad. His wife recently deployed, leaving him alone with their baby for the first time. He's terrified for his wife's safety, so scared he can't sleep at night. He's also isolated at a new installation, far from family and friends — trapped at home with the kids as a single parent without any babysitters or child care options.
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