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Army Medicine Mission and Vision

2018 Army Medicine Campaign Plan

A few of our Enlisted Corps, Junior Leadership Course attendees pose for a picture with Sergeant Major of the Army, after receiving coin from him at the Pentagon, May 2019.
The 2019 AMEDD Junior Leadership Course Enlisted Corps attendees at the Arlington National Cemetery.
2019 Junior Leadership Course, Enlisted Corps Breakout day having Mr. Richmond Bean as a guest speaker providing information from APPD.

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Mission:  To provide a Competent and self-disciplined team of Professionals who support the Army through expert clinical, tactical scientific, and administrative operations, enabling high reliability units and Soldiers of Character and Commitment.  

Vision: The cornerstone of Health and Readiness through highly trained and adaptive Soldiers capable of operating in complex environments.

2018 MEDCOM Best Warrior Competition

MEDCOM welcomes new
Command Sergeant Major

MEDCOM CoR 03 November 2017


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Team Army Medicine

For 130 years, the Army Enlisted Medical Corps has provided, and continues to provide, outstanding medical care to our Soldiers, family members and Retirees’ at home and abroad.

March 1st we celebrated the 130th anniversary of their steadfast commitment to our Army and to our Nation. We are extremely proud of the contributions and sacrifices made by our Enlisted Medical Corps. They are, without a doubt, the backbone of Army Medicine. We salute them for the competence, character and commitment.

We especially thank them for all of their contributions to the United States Army, Army Medicine, and our Nation.

One Team… one purpose! Conserving the Fighting Strength Since 1775

The Army Surgeon General visits Tripler, talks about readiness, health care, and the future

MEDAUSA: Being an Army Doctor instead of a Doctor in the Army

Maj. Gen. Sargent says Advocates create Soldiers new "Why"

Angels on the Battlefield

AMEDD Coat of Arms Symbolism


2018 Expert Field Medical Badge competition at Fort Bragg puts Soldiers abilities to the test

AMEDD Board test Intrathoracic Pressure Regulation Therapy (IPRT) Device

ALC Class 186-18 Through the Eyes of SMA Van Autreve by Cameron J. Lovette

Mobile Medic Training by Michael Kile, Operational Readiness Program Manager, Army Virtual MEDCEN

Fort Benning Soldier, Fort Benning civilian coach youth sports in spare time

Dental team returns to JBLM after 9-month deployment

Performance Triad and a Healthy Heart

'No room for excuses': Army medics use Allied Spirit training to save lives in combat

Growth of Army's virtual health technology improves readiness

On the Modern Battlefield, Ordinary Soldiers Must Also Prepare to be Frontline Medics

SSG Milton A. Bridges was selected as the SFC Wayne E. Slagel Literacy Award winner for the AMEDD SLC Class 183-18

New Army Medicine Combat Casualty Care Video

Program Offers Enlisted Soldiers the Opportunity to Become Doctors