The U.S. Army Beat Ebola, Could It Now Help Defeat Coronavirus?
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Sebastien Roblin

Security, Africa

As the situation deteriorated, the U.S. Army’s Africa Command received a series of unprecedented orders.

Here's What You Need To Remember: United Assistance gave the U.S. valuable lessons in strengths and pitfalls of mobilizing the military to fight infectious diseases—highlighting that major interventions requires a lead time to get rolling.

By September 2014, Liberia appeared on the verge of collapsing before the ravages of the Ebola virus—a horrifying...

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