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Australian general joins Soldiers, civilians at 'Desert Medic’ vaccine rodeo

September 10, 2021 — U.S. Army Central Command’s deputy commanding general for operations received his second Moderna COVID-19 vaccine dose during a visit to 3rd Medical Command’s Operation Med Spear vaccine event here, Aug. 16. MORE
Australian Army Maj. Gen. Christopher A. Field

1st TSC NCO deploys to support Afghanistan exit ops after receiving 2nd COVID-19 shot

June 7, 2021 — An Army Reserve noncommissioned officer deployed to support 1st Theater Sustainment Command's operational command post received her second Moderna COVID-19 vaccine shot June 2, making her better qualified to deploy to Afghanistan in support of Army exit operations. MORE

Army chaplains given facts, science regarding COVID-19 vaccines

March 23, 2021 — A U.S. Army Central Command microbiologist briefed the development history of the three major COVID-19 vaccines to a contingent of U.S. Army chaplains and their enlisted Army religious affairs specialists at a meeting held March 15 at the Area Support Group–Kuwait chaplains office. MORE
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Camp Arifjan senior leaders show confidence during one-shot COVID-19 vaccine rollout

March 13, 2021 — Senior military leaders here joined the March 13 rollout of Operation Med Spear, which is the expansion of COVID-19 vaccination for all civilian and military personnel in the U.S. Central Command footprint. "Operation Med Spear is something we have been working towards in this theater for many, many months," said Army Reserve Brig. Gen. Justin Swanson, who was vaccinated at the event, and is the deputy commanding general of the 1st Theater Sustainment Command. MORE
Maj. Gen. Patrick Hamilton, the commanding general of Texas National Guard's 36th Infantry, deployed to Camp Arifjan, Kuwait, as the commanding general of Task Force Spartan braces for his one-dose Janssen Biotech COVID-19 vaccine during the camp's March 13, 2021 rollout of Operation Med Spear. Unlike other COVID-19 vaccines, the Janssen vaccine does not have to be frozen in transit, which makes it easier to distribute to Soldiers deployed overseas. (U.S. Army photo by Staff Sgt. Neil W. McCabe)

COVID-19 response has involved over 5,000 NYNG members

December 29, 2020 — LATHAM, New York – The New York National Guard was among the first states to call up Soldiers and Airmen for the COVID-19 pandemic on March 10. Nine months later, on Dec. 17, it was one of two Guard forces to begin administering a COVID-19 vaccine to its troops.Since the first 300 Guard members mobilized to help contain a coronavirus outbreak in MORE
U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Nigel Chen, assigned to Joint Task Force COVID-19, New York National Guard, administers the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine at the Camp Smith Training Site Medical Readiness Clinic, N.Y., on Dec. 18, 2020. The New York National Guard is participating in a Department of Defense vaccine pilot program in which 44,000 doses of the Pfizer vaccine are being administered to front line medical personnel at 16 locations around the world.