Maj. Katie Lunning and her team rescued and cared for at least 20 patients in the aftermath of the attack on Abbey Gate at...
The U.S. armed forces have 73,000 medical personnel who need to be ready to provide care in combat theaters at any time.
The Air Force, in April, practiced parachuting 350-milliliter bags of blood secured in a cooler out of a C-145A Skytruck.
"During their first year of medical school, USU students are taken on a field trip to the Antietam National Battlefield."
The initiative now lies with Congress to move on the report.
Officials with North American Rescue, which creates the lifelike TOMManikin, are pushing new tools for training medics.
Legislative proposals would grant them discharges and an honorary title, but not full veterans' benefits.
"As former Army, Navy, and Air Force surgeons general, we strongly assert the need for Congress to table these cuts."
The effort is designed to use augmented reality to guide a medic to perform advanced procedures.
"Ron slapped me across the face and said 'wake up, you are not going to die today.' And I knew ... I was going to make it."
The SEAL training course is rife with overzealous instructors, spotty medical care and students who were so determined to...
The website contains interactive landing pages for 4.8 million veterans buried in VA cemeteries and elsewhere.
A new study by Rand Corp. has found a much smaller number of veterans, compared to the general population, say they believe...
Nick Maimer was killed in the embattled city of Bakhmut on May 15 or 16.
Hawaii's U.S. District Court on Tuesday awarded $29.5 million to a local military family in the largest medical malpractice...