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Former Marine Corps Officer Turned Army Critical Care Nurse Serves on COVID-19 Front Lines

Posted by ARMY 1ST LT. GRACE HARRISON AND ARMY MAJ. SHERRAIN REBER on


From a Marine Corps logistics officer to a critical care nurse serving on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic for the Army Reserve — Capt. Tineisha Nagle has led a life dedicated to serving her country.

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Military Using Alternatives to Suez Canal In Middle East

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While a commercial vessel blocks passage through the Suez Canal, U.S. war ships have alternatives to carry out operations and mission.

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Pentagon Press Secretary Briefs Reporters

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Pentagon Press Secretary John F. Kirby updated reporters during a Defense Department news briefing.

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In Middle East, There Are 'Alternatives' to Suez Canal

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While a commercial vessel blocks passage through the Suez Canal, U.S. war ships have alternatives to carry out operations and mission.

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DOD Officials Give Report on Women Peace and Security Compliance

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The Women Peace and Security program fits into the Defense Department's breadbasket because "it is a tool for smart power," the Joint Staff's deputy director for counter threats and international cooperation said.

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International Chiefs of Defense Condemn Use of Lethal Force in Burma

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Army Gen. Mark A. Milley, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, joined fellow chiefs of defense condemning the use of lethal force against the people of Burma.

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Entire Force May be Vaccinated for COVID-19 by Early Summer

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Depending on the rate at which the Defense Department can get vaccines, and the uptake rate, it's possible that by early summer, every person in the DOD could be vaccinated, the director of the Defense Health Agency said.

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Defense Health Leaders Give COVID-19 Update

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Dr. Terry Adirim, acting assistant secretary of defense for health affairs, and Army Lt. Gen. Ronald J. Place, director of the Defense Health Agency, provided a COVID-19 update to the media at the Pentagon.

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Biden Declares May 1 Deadline To Be Out of Afghanistan 'Hard to Meet'

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President Joe Biden cited "tactical reasons" for the delay in removing U.S. troops from Afghanistan by May 1, but emphasized it was not his intention "to stay there a long time."

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Defense Innovation Leader Stresses Importance of U.S., China Technology Race

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Michael Brown, director of the Defense Innovation Unit, says China has a well-integrated, systematic, long-term strategy to make sure it's doing the most to achieve its goal of being No. 1 in the world in technology.

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