NSA BETHESDA NEWS

Readiness Includes Dental Fitness, Good Oral Health

Story by Bernard Little on 09/19/2019 By Bernard S. Little WRNMMC Command Communications Service members need to stay fit and ready for the fight at any time and at any place, and a big part of that is keeping all parts of the body healthy, including one's oral health. Beneficiarie
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NMRC Scientist's Seek way to treat Warfighters with Cerebral Vasospasm

Story by Steve Vanderwerff on 07/19/2019 SILVER SPRING, Md. Naval Medical Research Center (NMRC) and Walter Reed National Military Medical Center scientists presented their findings on structural and functional changes that occur when brain blood vessels are exposed to blast overpressure during the Uniformed Services University of the Health Science
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Naval Dosimetry Center Holds Change of Charge Ceremony

BETHESDA, Md. (NNS) The Naval Dosimetry Center (NDC) held a change of charge ceremony at the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center on Naval Support Activity Bethesda on June 4. Capt. Thad J. Sharp, officer in charge, NDC, was relieved by Cmdr. Gerald F. Burke after three successful years at
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Preparedness, Practical Training Highlighted as NDW Wraps Up Citadel Shield/Solid Curtain

Story by PO2 Chidi Amadi on 02/15/2019 WASHINGTON (NNS) Naval District Washington (NDW) concluded its participation in exercise Citadel Shield-Solid Curtain (CS-SC) 2019, Feb. 15. CS/SC is a two-week anti-terrorism and force protection (ATFP) exercise conducted by Commander, Navy Installations Command (CNIC) and U.S. Fleet Forces Command (USFF) on all
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NMRC Celebrates Almost Eight Decades Protecting the Health of the Warfighter through Research and Innovation

Naval Medical Research Center (NMRC) celebrated its 76th birthday during a ceremony Oct. 26. The ceremony was designed to give command leadership, researchers, and staff the opportunity to commemorate the milestone and reflect on NMRC's decades-long history supporting, protecting, and promoting the health of the warfighter through pioneering medical research
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Carderock's Annual Award Ceremony, the "Magnificent Eight"

Story by Kelley Stirling on 08/31/2018 Naval Surface Warfare Center, Carderock Division hosted the 19th annual honor awards ceremony, the "Magnificent Eight," on Aug. 28, 2018. Employees who made a significant contribution to the Navy and Carderock Division in 2017 were honored by the West Bethesda, Maryland, command. Gravely Award
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Malaria Candidate Vaccine Proves Effective

Capt. Judith Epstein, clinical director, Naval Medical Research Center (NMRC) Malaria Department, presented findings on the malaria candidate vaccine, PfSPZ Vaccine, at the 2018 Military Health System Research Symposium (MHSRS), Aug. 22. During the breakout session called "What's New in Infectious Disease Research in the Tropics," Epstein gave an update
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USU Welcomes New Brigade Commander

Story by Sarah Marshall on 07/18/2018 At a ceremony steeped in military pomp and circumstance, as well as humidity and scorching heat, the Uniformed Services University (USU) welcomed its new brigade commander, Navy Capt. (Dr.) Sean M. Hussey. Hussey became USU's top military leader during the June 19 ceremony the
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Army scientists brief peers on biodefense

Story by Clemens Gaines on 07/13/2018 Two Army experts recently briefed government and civilian scientists in biology, chemistry and other disciplines on techniques and technology used to support and defend Soldiers from biological and chemical warfare agents. Rebecca Lewandowski, who holds a doctorate in cell and molecular biology, and Tim
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Naval Branch Health Clinic Kings Bay holds change of charge ceremony

Story by Yan Kennon on 06/22/2018 Capt. Laura Deaton was succeeded as officer-in-charge of Naval Branch Health Clinic Kings Bay by Cmdr. Adrian Gaskin, in a change of charge ceremony at Naval Submarine Base Kings Bay Triplex on June 21. Deaton assumed the duties as OIC on June 5, 2015,
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MWR Achieves Accredited Status for Second Time

Story by Andrew Damstedt on 06/13/2018 Naval Support Activity Bethesda's Morale Welfare and Recreation achieved its second consecutive "accredited status" after the Commander, Navy Installations Command (CNIC) MWR Accreditation Team made an onsite visit May 14-17. The accreditation program reviews the performance of Navy MWR program standards, leadership, customer service,
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