JMARJoint Medical Asset Repository
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What was just said--"translated"--is that the Joint Medical Asset Repository (JMAR), Army Pre-positioned Stocks (APS), the Joint Deployment Formulary (JDF) (pharmaceuticals), and Joint Service Lightweight Integrated Suit Technology (JSLIST) ("MOPP [mission-oriented protective posture] gear," or protective suits) are lust a few of the considerations that concern joint medical logistics (MEDLOG) managers in their support of the Army's area support medical companies (ASMCs), the Navy's Expeditionary Medical Facility Portsmouth (EMFP), the Air Force's preventive medicine teams (PMTAFs), and the Marine Corps' force service support groups (FSSGs).
General Dynamics Advanced Information Systems (GDAIS), a prime contractor for DMEA, issued these contracts to JMAR as an element of the Defense Department's Advanced Technology Support Program (ATSP).
The 2004 issue of JMAR will feature a "Forum on Stock and Stock Options in Employee Incentive Plans." Chris Ittner and John Core, organizers of this forum, are currently working with authors of a promising set of papers to be finalized for the 2004 issue.
"Let's say you're in Japan, and you need AB-negative blood, you can go into JMAR and do a query looking for that blood type in facilities around the world," says Cmdr.
Only two volumes of ME (1993 and 1996) and two volumes of JMAR (1995 and 1996) contained articles with an average power exceeding the acceptable level of .80 at the medium-effect-size level.
Nashville Trucking Inc., Mark Martin's JMAR Express Inc.
Louisiana Tech routs SMU: FRISCO, Texas Jmar Smith threw three touchdown passes and ran for a score, Louisiana Techs defense scored twice and the Bulldogs rolled to a 51-10 victory over sloppy SMU on Wednesday night in the Frisco Bowl.
Jmar Atienza, a 24-year-old architect who signed the petition, said earning the CPD units would cost professionals a considerable amount of money since most CPD providers approved by the PRC would not offer their services for free.
To date, two examples of real-time monitoring systems exist, for air (IMD-A[R] by Azbil BioVigilant) and water (BioSentry by JMAR).
The Joint Medical Asset Repository (JMAR), which provides this Web-based visibility, keeps cadence with the daunting pace of force readiness by capturing, storing, and making medical asset data readily available.