Army Maj. (Dr.) William Williams Keen Jr. was a pioneering military doctor whose career spanned surgical duty on the bloody battlefields of the American Civil War through influential research work during World War I.
Each nurse has his or her own unique career path. Air Force Col. Dianne Stroble recalls her original plans to serve in the reserve component. But after talking to a recruiter, she decided to accept a commission and enter the active duty force when she was 33 and married with three children.
This month, two online dementia support group sessions will feature special presentations and poetry readings by CHamoru writer Pep Borja and Evelyn Flores, professor of pacific island literatures and CHamoru studies at the University of Guam.
Top military health officials recently highlighted the importance of maintaining premium care for patients at a time when information technology systems are changing rapidly across the Military Health System.