In 2017, the US Army changed the way it treated soldiers who had returned from the war.
In a bid to prevent the outbreak of the H1N1 flu, the Army began requiring soldiers to take an antibiotic for three weeks, but only if they were hospitalized in a hospital.
As a result, the number of military soldiers returning from war increased.
At the time, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimated that over 400,000 soldiers in the US had been exposed to the H2N1 virus, a strain that has been linked to the coronavirus outbreak.
The number of cases has been declining in the past year.
But the US still has more than 4.5 million soldiers in its military, including some who were deployed during the war in Iraq.
The US Army has since expanded its hospital rules, allowing soldiers to return to the hospital if they are in a military hospital in a certain geographic location and are being treated for a serious condition.
However, these rules do not apply to soldiers who are still at home, or in their own homes.
The rule changed on June 30.
A new policy says that any soldier who is in a civilian hospital at the time of an injury or death must receive antibiotics, even if the injury or deaths occurred outside the hospital.
However in many cases, soldiers who were home in Iraq were not able to return because they were stationed in a different hospital.
The new policy is not retroactive.
It applies only to troops who were hospitalized while serving in Iraq or Afghanistan.
This means soldiers who returned to the US after returning from Iraq or other combat zones can be held responsible for their injuries, even though they were not at the same time injured or killed.
However this rule does not apply if they have been discharged from the military.
This rule has caused some confusion for soldiers returning home.
Many soldiers have been returning home without a hospital visit.
However it is still possible for soldiers to visit their loved ones at home without having to register as having a serious medical condition.
But there are some problems with the new rule.
First, there is a difference between military and civilian hospitals.
Military hospitals have strict rules about where they can place patients, what they can and cannot do, and how long they can remain there.
The rules are very clear.
The Army said that in order to keep people in a medical facility, a military medical facility must have the following conditions: It must be at least 150 feet from a residential area, except in a medically appropriate building.
The hospital must be a full-service hospital that meets the military’s standards for a “medical facility.”
It must have a dedicated primary care unit with a physician, nurse and/or physician assistant and a nurse-midwife.
In other words, all the patients are expected to stay in the hospital for at least two weeks after being discharged from a military unit.
These rules were meant to keep soldiers safe.
However some soldiers have said that the rules are confusing.
For example, in a tweet sent last week, a soldier who was discharged from military duty said: “Military doctors have been telling me my medical conditions are so severe that I can’t get home.
I can only go home for one day.
I will be held accountable for my injuries, but the rules will not apply.”
The soldier said he was unable to return home because he was stationed in an isolated area.
According to a spokesperson for the US Department of Defense, the new policy does not affect the health of those returning from the US.
The spokesperson added that the Army is working with the US government and local authorities to determine the best way to enforce the new rules.