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Volume 5, Number 3—June 1999

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Respiratory Diseases among U.S. Military Personnel: Countering Emerging Threats

Gregory C. Gray*Comments to Author , Johnny D. Callahan*†, Anthony W. Hawksworth*, Carol A. Fisher‡, and Joel C. Gaydos‡
Author affiliations: *Naval Health Research Center, San Diego, California, USA; †Naval Medical Center, San Diego, California, USA; and; ‡Walter Reed Army Institute of Research, Washington, DC, USA

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Military sites in the United States participating in Department of Defense influenza surveillance. The focus of surveillance at etiology-based sites is to determine the viral causes of influenzalike illnesses; the focus of population-based sites is to closely monitor for influenzalike illness epidemics.

Figure 3. Military sites in the United States participating in Department of Defense influenza surveillance. The focus of surveillance at etiology-based sites is to determine the viral causes of influenzalike illnesses; the focus of population-based sites is to closely monitor for influenzalike illness epidemics.

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