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Healing the unseen wounds.

When a National Guardsman returns from a deployment. its sometimes easy to deal with physical wounds. But what about traumatic brain injury, or post-traumatic stress disorder? To combat that, the Army has come up with FID-RAH...or the post-deployment health reassessment, for soldiers coming home. Its designed to catch combat-related health problems before they get home, and get the help they need. I'm Max Cacas.

Tags: National Guard , Army

Monday - 05/18/2009, 02:00pm EDT

Just call her ‘Captain Fitness'.

Air Force Captain Charlotta Blalock says she gets some strange looks from people when she's on a plane, and will drop to the deck and start doing push ups at 14,000 feet. Blalock, who is aide de camp to General Roger Brady, head of U.S. Air Forces in Europe, is now a competitive bodybuilder, after deciding four years ago to step it up when it came to her fitness. She scores "excellent" in the Air Force fitness test. I'm Max Cacas.

Tags: Air Force , Captain Charlotta Blalock , General Roger Brady

Monday - 05/18/2009, 01:58pm EDT

Reviewing NSPS -

The Pentagon is teaming with the Office of Personnel Management for a review of the National Security Personnel System. Deputy Defense Secretary William Lynn and OPM's new director, John Berry, will ask the Defense Review Board to set up a task force to look at NSPS. DoD has held off on converting military organizations to the new pay system pending the review. NSPS currently covers more than 200 thousand Pentagon staffers. I'm Max Cacas.

Tags: Pentagon , Personnell Management , national security , DoD , William Lynn , John Berry

Monday - 05/18/2009, 01:55pm EDT
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