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NAVY - BUMED 6110.14

(BUMED-M3) DOCUMENTING AND REPORTING INDIVIDUAL MEDICAL READINESS DATA

active, Most Current
Organization: NAVY
Publication Date: 6 February 2009
Status: active
Page Count: 13
scope:

Purpose.

To establish Navy Medicine policy and procedures for assessing, documenting and reporting Individual Medical Readiness (TMR) in support of readiness requirements for Active Component (AC) and Reserve Component (RC) service members. While readiness is a commander's responsibility, Navy Medicine actively supports line commanders by performing periodic assessments and entering IMR data into approved electronic systems and the health record.

Document History

BUMED 6110.14
February 6, 2009
(BUMED-M3) DOCUMENTING AND REPORTING INDIVIDUAL MEDICAL READINESS DATA
Purpose. To establish Navy Medicine policy and procedures for assessing, documenting and reporting Individual Medical Readiness (TMR) in support of readiness requirements for Active Component (AC)...

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