When the Dwight D. Eisenhower Carrier Strike Group enters U.S. Fifth Fleet – the first time an aircraft carrier has operated in the Middle East in two years – it will do so with a small medical team, dedicated to a new approach to Navy medicine. Read More
This story has been updated to correct the name of the Crew, Readiness, Endurance and Watchstanding program.
As the Navy and other services turn their attention to the Indo-Pacific as the next potential site of combat, researchers under the Navy Medical Research Center are thinking about blood. Read More
A program within Navy medicine, born out of fatal Western Pacific collisions in 2017, wants to connect sailors with resources following non-combat-related trauma. Read More
This post has been updated with additional information on the Bethesda-class (EMS-1).
The Navy’s new class of expeditionary medical ships will be named after a Maryland military medical center, Secretary of the Navy Carlos Del Toro announced Friday. Read More
A new Navy medical command stood up in Camp Lejeune this month as part of the service’s growing focus on expeditionary warfare. Read More
The Navy will christen the first of a new variant of the expeditionary fast transport ship with expanded medical facilities this week. The new ship comes as the service’s medicine branch starts to transform to meet the challenges of the Indo-Pacific’s vast distances. Read More