Combat & Casualty Care

The Spring 2021 issue of Combat & Casualty Care offers readers some highlighted interviews with key leaders at the forefront of DoD’s fight against COVID-19.

Editorial Features include:

  • LTG R. Scott Dingle, Army Surgeon General (TSG) and Commander, Army Medical Command, on the Army Health System and Joint medicine integration
  • Ms. Holly Joers, Program Executive Officer for Defense Healthcare Management Systems (PEO DHMS) on more efficiency in health information technology
  • U.S. Army Research Institute of Infectious Diseases (USAMRIID) next-generation gene sequencing to proactively-counter viral mutations before they multiply
  • U.S. Army Research Institute of Infectious Diseases (USAMRIID) animal-based airborne infection models for studying ways to mitigate viral spread in humans
  • COL Scott Tyner, U.S. Army Medical Research Development Center, Med Infectious Diseases Research Program, on pandemic-related research prioritization
  • MAJ Raymond Beckman, Director of Training and Research Programs, Department of Behavioral Health, Brooke Army Medical Center, on positivity for health
  • Defense Logistics Agency Distribution continues to bring extended relief supplies and services to military and federal agencies during the ongoing COVID fight
  • Industry Partner MinXray offers battery-powered portable digital radiography engineered for medical, veterinary, and NDT/security screening military applications

C&CC, Spring 2021
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C&CC, Fall/Winter 2020

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C&CC, Summer 2020

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C&CC, Spring 2020

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C&CC, Fall/Winter 2019

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