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NAVY - BUMED 6440.8B

(BUMED-M3) OPERATIONAL FORCES MEDICAL LIAISON SERVICES

active, Most Current
Organization: NAVY
Publication Date: 22 February 2018
Status: active
Page Count: 4
scope:

This instruction applies to all Navy Medicine medical treatment facilities (MTF) that support operational forces. Operational forces are defined as deployed Fleet and Marine Forces; units of the Military Sealift Command; shore-based personnel or units subject to deployment (Navy Expeditionary Combat Command Units, Naval Special Warfare Units, Anti-Submarine Warfare Wings, Deep Submergence Units, etc.); Army, Air Force, U.S. Coast Guard, U.S. Public Health Service, and National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration personnel or units in deployable status; and visiting foreign national personnel or units.

Document History

BUMED 6440.8B
February 22, 2018
(BUMED-M3) OPERATIONAL FORCES MEDICAL LIAISON SERVICES
This instruction applies to all Navy Medicine medical treatment facilities (MTF) that support operational forces. Operational forces are defined as deployed Fleet and Marine Forces; units of the...
July 26, 2001
(BUMED-27) OPERATIONAL FORCES MEDICAL LIAISON SERVICES
This instruction applies to all Claimancy 18 Medical Treatment Facilities (MTFs) that support operational forces. Operational forces are defined as deployed Fleet and Marine Forces; units of the...
February 21, 1995
(BUMED-27) OPERATIONAL FORCES MEDICAL LIAISON SERVICES
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