One Health Week: Promoting comprehensive public health
November 4, 2020
Observed during the first week of November, One Health Week strives to raise awareness around the world to highlight the need for comprehensive public health using the One Health approach. (Courtesy graphic by U.S. Army Public Health Center)

Alma learns to walk again: Army, Navy join forces to help working dog heal
October 28, 2020
Petty Officer 2nd Class Michael Angelow stands with his military working dog, Alma, onboard Commander, Fleet Activities Sasebo, Japan. Alma recently returned to full duty following a tear of seven of the eight ligaments in her right hind leg. (Photo Credit: Petty Officer 2nd Class Geoffrey Barham)

Halloween pet safety in Hawaii
October 25, 2020
Halloween is right around the corner, and while it may be the spookiest night of the year for people, always remember to keep your four-legged friends safe. (U.S. Army Graphic by Amber Kurka)

World Rabies Day: How military communities can help end rabies
September 26, 2020
World Rabies Day: How military communities can help end rabies (U.S. Army Graphic by Amber Kurka)

Army veterinary food inspectors keep Sailors safe at sea
September 16, 2020
Sgt. Naim Chisolm, Sgt. Mariah Flores, Sgt. Shauna Bihlmaier and Sgt. Anthony Rodriguez, veterinary food inspection specialists from Public Health Activity-Guam, at Naval Base Guam, Guam, Aug. 11, 2020. Recently these Soldiers participated in the U.S. Army Public Health Command's Ship Rider program to help keep Sailors safe while at sea. Established as a Memorandum of Agreement with the Military Sealift Command, the Ship Rider program deploys an Army sergeant or staff sergeant veterinary food inspection specialist to select MSC Combat Logistics Force ships to inspect food shipments during deployments and exercises. During these operations, Soldiers are assigned to a ship for five to six months at a time, living and working side by side with Sailors, usually as the only Army member aboard a vessel. (U.S. Army photo by 1st Sgt. Christopher Harris)

Soldiers, Airmen train to evacuate injured military working dogs
August 28, 2020
U.S. Army Capt. James Gaffney, Public Health Activity - Japan, Veterinary Treatment Facility OIC, briefs members of the 374th Security Forces Squadron and 18th Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron during a C-12J Huron, K-9 evacuation training scenario, August 20, 2020, at Yokota Air Base, Japan. Airmen assigned to the 374th SFS and 18th Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron practiced K-9 evacuation procedures and best practices. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Juan Torres)

Madigan inducts 20 new NCOs in ceremony
August 28, 2020
Newly inducted into the NCO Corps, a group of sergeants stands before the NCO arch after their induction ceremony, Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Wash., Aug. 7, 2020. Twenty NCOs from Madigan Army Medical Center and Regional Health Command-Pacific were recognized during the ceremony. (Photo Credit: Christopher Larsen)

PHC-P EMBLs shift gears to fight COVID-19
August 27, 2020
Gary Crispell, a Public Health Command-Pacific microbiologist, simulates how to test a sample for at the Naval Health Research Center satellite laboratory co-located at Naval Hospital Yokosuka, Japan. Crispell was one of three people to work around the clock this past spring operate the only Department of Defense COVID-19 testing lab in Japan. (Courtesy photo)

Trust allows Camp Zama veterinary team to accomplish mission under COVID-19
August 26, 2020
Layla, a beagle, sniffs Spc. Stacey Martin, noncommissioned officer in charge of the Camp Zama Veterinary Treatment Facility, as she clips the nails of Roxy, a shepherd mix, during an appointment at the facility at Camp Zama, Japan, Aug. 25.

What you need to know to slow the spread of COVID-19 in Hawaii
August 13, 2020
(U.S. Army graphic by Amber E. N. Kurka)