Improving Pandemic Response With Military Tools: Using Enhanced Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance” is an article published in September 2022 that is part of a larger journal entitled Disaster Medicine and Public Health Preparedness on the Cambridge University Press website. DKI APCSS faculty members Deon V. Canyon and Sebastian Kevany contributed to this paper.

This article touches on some of the effects that the COVID-19 pandemic has had on the world and how there is a need for “improved disease surveillance and health protection measures.” It is proposed that there be enhanced cooperation with the military and existing medical intelligence networks to ensuring a safer future when it comes to spreading disease awareness as well as containment and prevention.

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