In support of the Army Campaign Plan, the Army Medical Department and USAMMA continue to seek greater avenues of streamlined support for customers throughout the force.
In January 2009, in response to a tremendous increase in workload and the implementation of the ARFORGEN concept, USAMMA embedded M-LNOs in the 404th Army Field Support Brigade (AFSB) at Fort Lewis, Washington, the 406th AFSB at Fort Bragg, North Carolina, and the 407th AFSB at Fort Hood, Texas.
The Army Materiel Command is working with PM J-AIT and USAMMA
to implement active RFID container security sensor tags in all DEPMEDS in storage at Sierra Army Depot.
PRTM and Palladium are proud to be able to make a contribution to the strategic direction for military medical logistics and will leverage our industry knowledge and experience to help USAMMA
achieve its core missions in its support for our warfighters and their families.
Working with USAMMA
throughout the process has been a rewarding experience.
The USAMMA website provides information on future equipment upgrades, new equipment fieldings, and unit qualification procedures.
Participate in medical symposiums endorsed by USAMMA and AMEDD.
USAMMA performs its mission with the Army Materiel Command (AMC) in areas such as Army pre-positioned stocks (APS), left-behind equipment (LBE), and reset.
To accomplish this task, USAMMA has developed the Medical Materiel Readiness Program (MMRP) to support the Army's most complex medical unit, the combat support hospital (CSH).
If an urgent need for a capability identified by the field requires rapid distribution of new medical technology, USAMMA
uses a dual-path approach to meet the need.
You will need a copy of your modification table of organization and equipment (MTOE) so you can cross-reference the line item numbers or unit identification codes on it with the SKO on the USAMMA
mil) has a free issue catalog on the Theater Army Medical Management Information System Customer Assistance Module, and the USAMMA
Web site has a link for obtaining both Army and Air Force excess supplies and equipment.