Should the United States Army Adapt New Conditions in Its HIV Policy to Allow Eligible HIV Positive Soldiers the Ability to Serve Overseas
Technical Report,08 Aug 2016,09 Jun 2017
US Army Command and General Staff College Fort Leavenworth United States
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Medical advancements in Human Immunodeficiency Virus HIV have significantly changed since the 1980s. Given these changes, the U.S. Army is now starting to see second and third order effects shape the current status and future of the organization. These trends and changes include identifying those who are most at risk, higher retention rates and dramatic policy changes. It is critical that leaders understand these changes to make sound decisions that will have a lasting impact on the future of the U.S. Army and its Soldiers.
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