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4 Bronze Stars for deadly Afghan battle, HM3 Layton

September 17, 2010 by  
Filed under Corpsman.com News

From MARINECORPSTIMES TRIANGLE, Va. — A year later, the pain is still raw. Five U.S. troops are dead, and the family members left behind are still asking questions. A few minutes here Friday at the National Museum of the Marine Corps brought a new level of closure to the families of three Marines and a […]

Corpsman overcomes odds, achieves life-long goal

5/27/2008 By Pfc. Jerry Murphy , Regimental Combat Team 1 Habbaniyah, Iraq — Habbaniyah, Iraq (May 27, 2008) – When he first had thoughts of joining the military, 42-year-old Petty Officer Second Class 2nd Class Adam F. Kinney, a hospital corpsman with Company E, 2nd Battalion, 24th Marine Regiment, Regimental Combat Team 1, was laughed […]

US Soldiers In High-tuberculosis Areas Face New Epidemic: False Positives

ScienceDaily (Jun. 2, 2008) — U.S. Army service members are increasingly deployed in regions of the world where tuberculosis (TB) is rampant, such as Iraq and Afghanistan, and the military now faces a growing medical problem. But it is not TB itself that is on the rise–instead, the problem lies with the growing number of […]

Well the Army Gets it.. Navy Medicine “Nahhh”..

How do you lead people unless you have been in their shoes? When did a “NAVAL NURSE” go out on a combat patrol? Now I know Doctors Sneak out every now and again.. At least some do to see what is going on.. but most.. NOPE.. Back behind.. Senior Enlisted Medical? Once they become CMD […]

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