April 10, 2020
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Moments in Military Medicine: Veterans Day

Thank you to all who have served our country in the Armed Forces. We honor your service and sacrifice to our nation. This Veterans Day, we recognize remarkable developments in military medicine over the last 150 years. From achievements in battlefield medicine and advancements in traumatic brain injury care to the discovery of life-saving vaccines […]

Unprescribed | 2020 Trailer [HD] | Allegiance Films

We always would love to go out to, you know, we would fine dine. He was a Marine and I was a proud marine mom. Something triggered his PTSD… and he became depressed. I’ve never been against marijuana. I’ve never been against people that use marijuana. My opinion started to shift when I was witnessing […]

How Air Force PJ’s Perform Tactical Combat Casualty Care | Medical | Tactical Rifleman

all right how’s it going my name is Stocks at T1G and what I want to do is just briefly cover the synopsis of what T Triple C means that’s tactical combat casualty care tactical combat casualty care is basically a priority in technique matrix when you have a dynamic environment with bad guys shooting […]


I grew up as a son of a pilot, so I kind of always saw that camaraderie and kind of that lifestyle and so I think I’d always envisioned myself serving, but the practical reasons and career-specific reasons developed over time and I started to see that, wow this would be a really good option […]


My name is Major Jakub Pietrowski. I’m an oral surgeon stationed at Lackland Air Force Base and I hail from Huntington Beach, California. The path that brought me to be an oral surgeon here in the Air Force started in dental school. There was pamphlets put out by the Air Force recruiter and during the […]

U.S. Air Force: Capt Tiffany Winston, Emergency Medicine Physician

I have a symbiotic relationship with the Air Force. They were able to provide me with the medical training I needed to become an Emergency Medicine Physician and achieve my goals. And in turn, I serve them and the military members. I’m an Emergency Medicine Physician here at Langley Emergency Department. Emergency medicine falls under […]

U.S. Air Force: Lt Col Kirk Rowe, Psychologist

I grew up in South Lyon, Michigan about 15 miles north of Ann Arbor. 1987, I was in a class talking about the brain and they were specifically talking about vision and how vision works. I started thinking about this neuro-psychology thing. I met my wife at graduate school at University of North Texas, then […]

U.S. Air Force: Maj Paul Puchta, Physician

I grew up in Warsaw, Poland, continued through medical studies while working in laparoscopic surgery. I was offered a research position in the United States. After 9/11, the Air Force was looking for foreign-born physicians to fill up international health positions. Where at that time we’re building coalitions with our Eastern European partners. I interviewed […]

U.S. Air Force: Capt Zarah Davis, Social Worker

I was a clinical social worker for a local hospice agency. I was also a clinical social worker working for a local home health agency. I wanted to join the Air Force because I wanted to hone more in on my clinical skills, be able to focus more on anxiety, depression, PTSD, more mental health […]

The History of the Army Nurse Corps

The Army Nurse Corps consistently achieved performance excellence fostered innovation built knowledge in capabilities and insured organizational credibility and sustainability. The persistent conflicts of the twenty first century demands full spectrum Army Nurses, Who are versatile in their ability to accomplish a broad range of tasks and agile thinkers who can exploit opportunities in complex […]