Naval Hospital Bremerton transition to Defense Health Agency is right in front of you

Story by Douglas Stutz on 09/23/2019 Navy Medicine military treatment facilities (MTF) transferring management and administration to the Defense Health Agency (DHA) is old news at Naval Hospital Bremerton (NHB). Unbeknownst to many, NHB actually began the transition albeit well behind the scenes - to DHA several years ago. Visible
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Naval Hospital Bremerton to Stand up Navy Medicine Readiness Training Command as they Transition to Defense Health Agency

Story by Douglas Stutz on 09/17/2019 Naval Hospital Bremerton (NHB), along with branch health clinics on Naval Base Kitsap Bangor, Naval Station Everett and Puget Sound Naval Shipyard, will transition to the Defense Health Agency (DHA) Oct. 1, 2019. To support NHB's transition, Navy Medicine is establishing a co-located Navy
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NAVSUP FLC Puget Sound Recognizes Inventory Team

Story by Brian Davis on 08/30/2019 BREMERTON, Wash. Naval Supply Systems Command (NAVSUP) Fleet Logistics Center (FLC) Puget Sound recognized a team of Sailors and civilians who conducted a critical time sensitive inventory at Naval Base Kitsap during a brief ceremony at NAVSUP FLC Puget Sound Headquarters Aug. 29. The
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Helping wounded airmen recover with dignity, resolve, and resiliency

Story by Michael Kleiman on 08/27/2019 SCOTT AIR FORCE BASE, Ill. With his personal life and military career spiraling out of control due to increased alcohol consumption, heightened self-doubt, and an amplified apathy for living, Air Force Master Sgt. (Ret.) Adam Boccher eventually exited the road to rock bottom and
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Class of 2020 cadets honor family members with their class rings

Story by Brandon OConnor on 08/27/2019 Tradition, like service, binds together the members of the Long Gray Line who have graduated from the U.S. Military Academy. The rituals and uniforms are little changed over the years, but since 1835 one of the most tangible threads tying each class to the
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Researchers develop groundbreaking process to study barnacle glue, could save Navy millions

Story by Cassandra Eichner on 08/27/2019 WASHINGTON Researchers at the U.S. Naval Research Laboratory developed a new method for identifying the glue proteins that barnacles produce to adhere to ship hulls and other surfaces. The new method, featured on the cover of the May issue of Integrative Biology, is faster,
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