I'm Baaaa-aaacK! Although perhaps the most sporadic blogger in the world, I am persistent. My job in a prestigious defense analysis institutation limits my blogging in an unofficial way. I am on a temporary military assignment for the year, and therefore plan to take advantage of the time and do some blogging! I'm excited. I plan to figure out how to really dig in and do more dynamic presentations and tie in to a community.
I have been away for so long I probably have no readers, but that's OK. I'm undeterred.
Right now I'm sitting on a mattress in a foreign country in the middle east waiting for a ride to the airport. I DID get my flu shot, although I am not sure it is effective against all the strains that are blossoming and speeding their way around the globe. So, let's see what the internet says about the flu this season...
Gail is a Lieutenant Colonel in the U.S. Army Reserve, holds an MA in Journalism and a Master's in Public Health and a Master's Certificate from the Naval Postgraduate School in Security, Stability and Development in Complex Operations. She'd like to eventually get a PhD. She has been following the use of U.S. military health capabilities for nation building and health diplomacy for several years and recently decided to blog about it. This blog is intended to build a resource of relevant news, documents and other online content. The views expressed here are personal and do not reflect those of any agency.