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BALTIMORE (Sept. 7, 2022) – Naval Medical Research Center (NMRC) staff pose for a group picture aboard the dock landing ship USS Carter Hall (LSD 50) during a shipboard visit. While underway aboard Carter Hall, NMRC staff members met with crew, gaining first-hand experience of shipboard operations en route to Baltimore for the 2022 Maryland Fleet Week & Flyover Baltimore. (U.S. Navy photo by Mike Wilson/Released)
220826-N-BC658-0090 PENSACOLA, FL (Aug. 26, 2022) Dr. John P. Albano, director of REMC POW studies, poses for a photo in the atrium of Naval Aerospace Medical Institute located on Naval Air Station Pensacola, Aug. 26. The Robert E. Mitchell Center houses the POW research studies program for all branches the armed forces and has been an active program for 49 years as of 2022. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Russell Lindsey)
220826-N-BC658-0087 PENSACOLA, FL (Aug. 26, 2022) Dr. John P. Albano, director of REMC POW studies, poses for a photo in his office located in the Naval Aerospace Medical Institute, Aug. 26. The Robert E. Mitchell Center houses the POW research studies program for all branches the armed forces and has been an active program for 49 years as of 2022. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Russell Lindsey)
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Kailee Fetzer (pictured left) and Stephanie Hamilton are mammography technicians with Naval Medical Center Camp Lejeune's Radiology Department.

The mammography section recently received reaccreditation from the American College of Radiology.
Naval Medical Center Camp Lejeune's Radiology Department recently received reaccreditation from the American College of Radiology. The department is pursuing designation as a Diagnostic Imaging Center of Excellence in the near future.
NORFOLK (Sept. 7, 2022) Cmdr. Joseph Fitspatrick, a surgeon assigned to an Expeditionary Resuscitative Surgical System (ERSS) from Naval Medical Center Portsmouth, performs emergency surgery and advanced trauma care on a mannequin during a realistic test-of-concept aboard the Whidbey Island-class dock landing ship, USS Tortuga (LSD-46), Sept. 7, 2022. ERSS is designed to provide advanced medical capabilities at the closest point-of-injury, either afloat, undersea or ashore during combat or contingency operations in a distributed maritime environment. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Ryan Seelbach)
NORFOLK (Sept. 7, 2022) Expeditionary Resuscitative Surgical System (ERSS) surgeons and hospital corpsman assigned to Naval Medical Center Portsmouth perform emergency surgery and advanced trauma care on mannequins during a realistic test-of-concept aboard the Whidbey Island-class dock landing ship, USS Tortuga (LSD-46), Sept. 7, 2022. ERSS is designed to provide advanced medical capabilities at the closest point-of-injury, either afloat, undersea or ashore during combat or contingency operations in a distributed maritime environment. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Ryan Seelbach)
NORFOLK (Sept. 7, 2022) Expeditionary Resuscitative Surgical System (ERSS) surgeons and hospital corpsman assigned to Naval Medical Center Portsmouth perform emergency surgery and advanced trauma care on mannequins during a realistic test-of-concept aboard the Whidbey Island-class dock landing ship, USS Tortuga (LSD-46), Sept. 7, 2022. ERSS is designed to provide advanced medical capabilities at the closest point-of-injury, either afloat, undersea or ashore during combat or contingency operations in a distributed maritime environment. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Ryan Seelbach)
Delivering welcoming remarks... Capt. Juliann Althoff addresses her new staff after relieving Capt. Steven Kewish as commanding officer of Navy Medicine Readiness and Training Command Oak Harbor (NMRTCOH) and director, Naval Health Clinic Oak Harbor (NHCOH) during a change of command ceremony, Sept. 9, 2022. "I'm beyond excited to be back here in the Pacific Northwest," stated Althoff, sharing the irony that both times - back in 1995 and now - she departed Dayton, Ohio for the shores of Puget Sound related to Navy Medicine assignments (official Navy photo by Douglas H Stutz, NHB/NMRTC Bremerton public affairs officer).
With a little family assistance... Capt. Juliann Althoff receives her command ashore pin as  commanding officer of Navy Medicine Readiness and Training Command Oak Harbor and director, Naval Health Clinic Oak Harbor after relieving Capt. Steven Kewish during a change of command ceremony, Sept. 9, 2022  (official Navy photo by Douglas H Stutz, NHB/NMRTC Bremerton public affairs officer).
Signifying more than just a thumbs-up...Capt. Steven Kewish gives thanks to the officers, Sailors, Navy Civilian Corps and contractors during the change of command ceremony, Sept. 9, 2022, as Capt. Juliann Althoff relieves him as commanding officer of Navy Medicine Readiness and Training Command Oak Harbor and director, Naval Health Clinic Oak Harbor.  "I'm a better physician, better leader and better person because of the interactions I've had with all of our outstanding staff members. When I heard I was coming here, it felt like I won the lottery and I truly feel I have two families; personal and professional," said Kewish (official Navy photo by Douglas H Stutz, NHB/NMRTC Bremerton public affairs officer).
Navy Lt. Justin Odette, left, and Logistics Specialist 2nd Class Dianne Ancheta pose aboard USS Theodore Roosevelt (CVN 71) after delivery of her 3D printed dental prosthetics, July 28, 2022. (Courtesy photo/ U.S. Navy)
A file photo of full-arch 3D-printed teeth, similar to the ones that were implanted by Navy dentists in the two patients that underwent the “all-on-4” procedure at Naval Hospital Bremerton, Washington in April, 2022. The white part of the teeth are 3D printed, and the pink part is a hand-layered composite. (Courtesy photo/U.S. Navy)
The actual 3D-printed teeth that were implanted by Navy dentists in one of the two patients that underwent the “all-on-4” procedure at Naval Hospital Bremerton, Washington in April, 2022. (Courtesy photo/U.S. Navy)
The actual 3D-printed teeth that were implanted by Navy dentists in one of the two patients that underwent the “all-on-4” procedure at Naval Hospital Bremerton, Washington in April, 2022. (Courtesy photo/U.S. Navy)
Lt. Cmdr. Justin Carl, left, and Information Systems Technician 1st Class Brian Roy pose aboard USS Nimitz (CVN 68) after delivery of his 3D-printed dental prosthetics, Aug. 3, 2022. (Courtesy photo/U.S. Navy)
SAN DIEGO (Aug. 13, 2012) Dr. Rachel Markwald, a research physiologist assigned to Naval Health Research Center (NHRC) gives a presentation on the Crew Readiness and Watchstanding (CREW) Effort to members of the guided-missile destroyer USS Fitzgerald (DDG 62) who will participate in the wearable devices study. NHRC supports military mission readiness with research and development that delivers high-value, high-impact solutions to the health and readiness challenges of the military. (U.S. Navy photo by Erika Ramirez/Released)
Rear Admiral Cynthia Kuehner visits Naval Medical Center Camp Lejeune
Hospital Corpsman 1st Class Cyrus Cunningham, assigned to Navy Medicine Readiness Training Unit Everett as a pharmacy technician, was notified by his command leadership of being selected as part of the Fiscal Year 2023 U.S. Navy chief petty officer ranks (official Navy photo by Douglas H Stutz, NHB/NMRTC Bremerton public affairs officer).
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