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Captain Laraway Takes Your Questions on Operational Stress

DoDLive has scheduled a DoDLive Bloggers Roundtable with Capt. Lori Laraway, coordinator, Navy Operational Stress Control Program, for Wednesday, Dec. 1 at 10:00 a.m. EST. She will discuss the Navy’s Operational Stress Control (OSC) program and it’s success in increasing awareness of operational stress and the need to build psychological resilience.

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Building Trust Through Medical Partnerships

I’d like to share some thoughts on the strategic importance of Djibouti and the work we do with them in a host of areas. I often tell audiences at home and abroad that medicine is a language all nations understand. It’s one of the best ways to help people who are in need. Medicine builds bridges, builds trust and cooperation, and working together, our partnership in Djibouti will help improve our two countries for our mutual benefit.

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Collateral Children

This is the first blog post by NavyLive guest blogger, LT Sarah Higgins, currently deployed to Afghanistan. LT Higgins will be contributing blog posts the 2nd and last Friday of every month. This post was written earlier this month as a note to family and friends.

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