Life as a military spouse can be a lonely one. With constant moves to new cities, states or countries, it can sometimes be difficult to build and maintain friendships, especially in the past year during the COVID-19 pandemic where isolation was the norm.
To curb the infections from COVID-19, the Government of Japan declared the nation’s third state of emergency for Tokyo, Osaka, Kyoto and Hyogo Prefectures last week. The status means another quiet holiday vacation the second year in a row.
In the wake of the COVID-19 crisis, the Telemedicine and Advanced Technology Research Center continues to develop technology that increases medical capabilities and provides rapid, flexible critical care expertise at the point of need.
Medical experts from six African nations, the United Kingdom and the United States, participated in a Virtual Pandemic Preparation and Response Engagement on March 16, in support of Obangame Express...
Defense Health Agency information technology (DHA IT) teams demonstrated their versatility and responsiveness ensuring Military Health System patients continued to receive high quality health care during the COVID-19 pandemic and throughout 2020.
The Army & Air Force Exchange Service is helping the Misawa community start the year off right with a wide selection of better-for-you meals and snacks — all while keeping the safety and well-being of the community top priorities.
The Defense Health Agency’s innovations in Information Technology in 2020 not only aided the immediate response to the COVID-19 pandemic, but also proved that such challenges cannot dim the future of IT utility, convenience, and interoperability.
The Department of Defense is moving forward with its plans to integrate and optimize all Military Health System components after pausing to focus on national response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Assistant Secretary of Defense for Health Affairs Tom McCaffery announced Dec. 8 in remarks to the annual meeting of AMSUS, the Society of Federal Health...
U.S. Army Japan is holding a virtual qualifier for its Army Ten-Miler team, which will also compete virtually this year due to COVID-19, and still needs two active-duty women Soldiers to complete the team.