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Army & Air Force Exchange Service makes Durable Medical Equipment Easier to Find for Military Communities

 

Written by Marisa Wolfe
Army & Air Force Exchange Service HQ

Army & Air Force Exchange Service. Dallas, TX – Military shoppers can turn to the Army & Air Force Exchange Service for durable medical equipment—braces, fitness bands, crutches and other devices that sometimes aren’t covered by health insurance plans.

To meet growing demand, the Exchange is increasing its online assortment of durable medical equipment at ShopMyExchange.com. More than 200 items are available online, including a wide selection of braces and safety and mobility aids.

The Exchange makes it easy to find durable medical equipment, such as braces, fitness bands, crutches and other devices that sometimes aren’t covered by health insurance plans. (Army & Air Force Exchange Service HQ)

The Exchange makes it easy to find durable medical equipment, such as braces, fitness bands, crutches and other devices that sometimes aren’t covered by health insurance plans. (Army & Air Force Exchange Service HQ)

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NASA’s Parker Solar Probe in Florida being prepared for July 31st Launch

 

NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center

NASA - National Aeronautics and Space AdministrationGreenbelt, MD – NASA’s Parker Solar Probe has arrived in Florida to begin final preparations for its launch to the Sun, scheduled for July 31st, 2018.

In the middle of the night on April 2nd, the spacecraft was driven from NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland, to nearby Joint Base Andrews in Maryland. From there, it was flown by the United States Air Force’s 436th Airlift Wing to Space Coast Regional Airport in Titusville, Florida, where it arrived at 9:40am CDT. It was then transported a short distance to Astrotech Space Operations, also in Titusville, where it will continue testing, and eventually undergo final assembly and mating to the third stage of the Delta IV Heavy launch vehicle.

After unloading, the spacecraft was taken to Astrotech Space Operations, also in Titusville, for pre-launch testing and preparations. (NASA/Johns Hopkins APL/Ed Whitman)

After unloading, the spacecraft was taken to Astrotech Space Operations, also in Titusville, for pre-launch testing and preparations. (NASA/Johns Hopkins APL/Ed Whitman)

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