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NECE Teams Up with Army Veterinarians to “Bite Back” Against Tick-Borne Disease

Lt. j. g. John So demonstrates a larval tick collecting technique during a tick biology, identification, and surveillance training course, on Palmetto Cove Nature Trail, Naval Air Station (NAS) Jacksonville, Florida, February 16, 2023. The purpose of the course was to familiarize service members with ticks and tick-borne disease prevention by highlighting the information required to comprehensively understand tick biology, surveillance, and identification. (U.S. Navy photo by Ms. Jennifer Remmers)

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