World AnniversaryBattle of the Little BighornJune 25th, 201725-26 Jun – Civil War hero George Armstrong Custer and his detachment of the 7th US Cavalry were annihilated by Sioux, Cheyenne and Arapaho in the Battle of the Little Bighorn (1876).
MDH EventsHappy SundayJune 25th, 2017Go to your local Bible-believing church and experience God. We'll be at Germantown Baptist Church in Tennessee.
Mark D. Harris, MD, MPH, MBA, MDiv, PhD(c), ThM(c) – Family, Sports, and Preventive Medicine, Colonel (Ret), US Army
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MD Harris Institute Recommended Military Reading ListThe Art of War – Sun Tzu History of the Peloponnesian War - Thucydides On War - Carl von Clausewitz Infanterie greift an (“Infantry Attacks”) – Erwin Rommel The Influence of Sea Power Upon History, 1660–1783 – Alfred Thayer Mahan If you read all of these books, send comments on each one back to the MD Harris Institute. Once we receive your comments, your mailing address, and your email address, you will be entered into a drawing to receive another classic free.
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In the fall of 1996, several allegations of sexual misconduct between Army leaders and their subordinates became public. The ensuing investigations found many cases in which the allegations were true, and trust began to erode within and towards the US … Continue reading
A senior civilian official in the military health system was at a surgical conference with a young Navy colleague. They chatted, and in the course of their conversation the Navy surgeon mentioned some exciting things that he was doing in … Continue reading
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A Navy Lieutenant Commander (LCDR) came into my office recently. “Sir, I have emailed Lt. Col X several times and she hasn’t answered yet. All I get is radio silence. Could you help?” This young officer was voicing a concern … Continue reading
Pursuant to the Base Realignment and Closure Law of 2005, the Joint Task Force National Capital Medicine (JTF Cap Med) was established in 2008. Its mission was to integrate military health care in the National Capital Region, including the merging … Continue reading