The 2015 U.S. Army Soldier Show arrived at Fort Detrick June 18, delivering a high-energy 90-minute live musical production showcasing the talents of Soldiers selected by audition throughout the active duty, reserve and National Guard Army. This year’s production, “We Serve,” explored the foundational elements of what it means to serve – both in and out of uniform – as well as how our country serves Soldiers in return.
President Barack Obama declared June as Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Pride Month, and the Fort Detrick celebrated the achievements and sacrifices of LGBT community during the Fort Detrick Pride Month Observance June 19, at the Fort Detrick Auditorium.
Army scientists working to support the Ebola
virus outbreak response in
West Africa have established the first genomic
surveillance capability in Liberia, enabling them to monitor genetic changes in the virus within one week of sample collection.
An article describing their
work was recently published ahead
of print in the online
edition of Emerging Infectious Diseases.
you can’t see it, you can’t attack it.
The U.S. Army Medical Materiel Development
Activity’s Medical Support Systems Project Management Office announced the assignment
of a National Stock Number to the Egret™ Bed Net, manufactured by Triton
Systems, Inc., making it ready for field procurement. The Egret™ Bed Net is a
dual-insecticide-treated net designed to provide enhanced protection to Soldiers
against infectious diseases transmitted by flying insect vectors.