She doesn’t swab nasal cavities to test for COVID-19 or administer COVID-19 vaccines to military health care beneficiaries, but one Army dietitian in the fight shared her experience contributing to the COVID-19 response mission.
COVID-19 vaccinations are currently approved for emergency use and are not mandatory for Department of Defense personnel and beneficiaries at this time.
COVID-19 symptoms such as headaches and “fuzziness” or brain fog that linger following recovery may be caused by damage to the brain’s small blood vessels, not nerve cells, according to a recent study by the Uniformed Services University and the National Institutes of Health.
Hundreds of Fort Campbell Families will have a little something extra to be grateful for this year when food boxes and commissary gift cards are given out to those who need a little help.
Fort Campbell Religious Services is now offering a Virtual Date Night to connect couples to one another and to share tools and testimonials about growing together through times of adversity, marriage and intimacy, communication, and parenting in the Army.
The Fort Campbell Ready and Resilient Program, 6997 A Shau Valley Road, is staffed with performance experts who provide tips, training and classes to help Soldiers, Families and Department of Army civilian employees strengthen mental toughness and enhance resilience. However, they also have …
Jim Nix followed all the rules to protect himself and others from COVID-19 and thought he would be safe from the virus, instead of sharing his tale with others.
The successful opening of Fort Campbell schools amid the COVID-19 pandemic and its continued success in the coming school year stands upon a firm foundation of teamwork, said Joshua Adams, Kentucky Community superintendent, Department of Defense Education Activity Americas Southeast District.