Thursday , 17 October 2019

The SITREP: Prosthetics Keep Soldiers on Active Duty, “SuperTrack” Your Nutrition & More

original “The cute little baby one helps me with climbing,” said Staff Sgt. Christopher Hudec, identifying the prosthetic at the far right. Hudec has eight prosthetic legs that each do different jobs. (Photo: Demetria Mosley, Fort Jackson)

From the military services and around the DoD, here’s your SITREP for Tuesday, Feb. 21, 2017.

    • Army explains how prosthetics keep amputee soldiers on active duty.
    • Navy’s Carrier Strike Group 1 began routine operations in the South China Sea, last week.
    • Marines learn how to stomach some unusual foods during bilateral training with Thai Marines. It’s all part of Exercise Cobra Gold 17.
    • One of the best ways to start losing weight or just improve your nutrition overall is to keep track of what you eat and drink every day. The Military Health System shows you how to do it.

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