Capt. Morgan Pate, a U.S. Army Veterinary Corps First-Year Graduate Veterinary Education program intern with Public Health Activity-Fort Lewis, was one of three FYGVE interns from PHA-FL that developed a comprehensive capstone project as part of their yearlong internship. Their project focused on the One Health concept, and how human health care providers can help save the lives of military working dogs downrange. (Courtesy image)
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Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Washington - Capt. Morgan Pate, a U.S. Army Veterinary Corps First-Year Graduate Veterinary Education program intern with Public Health Activity-Fort Lewis, was one of three FYGVE interns from PHA-FL that developed a comprehensive capstone project as part of their yearlong internship. Their project focused on the One Health concept, and how human health care providers can help save the lives of military working dogs downrange. (Courtesy image)


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