The Warfighter Refractive Eye Surgery Program and Research Center at the Belvoir Hospital performs the first small incision lenticule extraction procedure in the DoD, the latest advancement in laser eye surgery. The procedure uses a very fast, short-pulsed laser to perform the vision correction procedure and as a result, visual recovery time is accelerated. (DoD photo by Reese Brown)
From the military services and around the DoD, here’s your SITREP for Tuesday, April 18, 2017.
- South Korean service members and U.S. personnel from the Army, Air Force, Navy and Marine Corps came together, this month, to test combined joint logistics over-the-shore capabilities, as well as their ability to employ rail, inland waterways and air terminal supply point capabilities during combined joint and multi-domain training focused on readiness.
- Six things sailors should know about sexual assault prevention and response reporting.
- Exploitation analysts defend the DoD information network, secure data and mitigate risks to DoD missions against some of the nation’s hardest cyber threats. Find out more about what they do.
- Marines train like they fight. Just watch!
- Fort Belvoir Community Hospital’s surgeons performed the first small incision lenticule extraction (SMILE) procedure in the DoD, last month.
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