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U.S. And NATO Accelerate Military Build-Up In Black Sea Region
By Rick Rozoff
In the post-Cold War era and especially since 2001 the Pentagon has been steadily shifting emphasis, and moving troops and equipment, from bases in Germany and Italy to Eastern Europe in its drive to the east and the south.
That process was preceded and augmented by the absorption of former Eastern Bloc nations into the North Atlantic Treaty Organization beginning in 1999. In one of the first nations in that category, Poland, the initial contingent of what will be over 100 U.S. troops arrived in the town of Morag this week
NATO Joint Medical Support – Reality and Vision
The principal Cold War role of NATO’s medical services was to be prepared for the treatment and evacuation of large numbers of battle casualties. Multinational solutions to medical support were not considered necessary or practical. The new NATO force structures and strategic concepts emphasise mobility, interoperability, sustainability, jointness and …read more
Military Health Care
Madge Henderson writes a letter, “Bravo for U.S. government health care” Commentary, Aug. 29], based on her experience. Unfortunately she is dead wrong. The reason she has experienced excellent medical care is because that is what is available in the United States. It won’t be if the government takes over. I did an in-depth study of socialized medicine. It was a few years ago, however, there is no reason to assume socialized medicine has suddenly gotten better. I was born in Norway. I still have relatives and friends there. I had a co-worker who was a representative for Northrop and was stationed in Norway. His wife got sick and went into the hospital. He had to fly her home not only to cure her problem but to fix what the Norwegian doctors did to her…read more
Romania: First electronic Health Cards Will Be Issued In January 2011
On 8 September 2010 the Romanian Government took a decision by which it appointed the National Company ‘National Printing House’ as the central purchasing unit for the National Health Insurance House, with a view to achieving the national system of health insurance cards…read more
Romanian Mom Welcomes 14.5lb Baby!
A mom from the town of Botosani, Romania surprised everyone, including herself, yesterday when she gave birth to a baby weighing 6.7 kg (14.5lbs) and 58 cm. The baby, who arrived on Saturday, is the tenth child for the family, whose youngest baby is one year old, and the eldest 16 years old. The new mom told staff at the maternity ward that during her pregnancy she had never seen a gynecologist, and thus she did not know that the baby had reached such a sized….read more