ARMY - DA PAM 40-11
|Publication Date:||22 July 2005|
This pamphlet applies to all elements of the Army across the full spectrum of military operations from peacetime through major theater warfare. This pamphlet applies to all Army personnel to include the Active Army; the Army National Guard/Army National Guard of the United States and the United States Army Reserve personnel on active duty or in drill status; the United States Military Academy cadets; the United States Army Reserve Officer Training Corps cadets, when engaged in directed training activities; foreign national military personnel assigned to Army components; and civilian personnel and nonappropriated fund personnel employed by the Army worldwide. Except for those preventive medicine services defined in Department of Defense Instruction 6055.1, for supporting Department of Defense contractor personnel during outside continental United Department of Defense contractor personnel during outside continental United States force deployments or specifically provided for in contracts between the Government and a contractor, this pamphlet does not generally apply to Army contractor personnel and contractor operations.
The purpose of this pamphlet are to-
a. Define the programs and services within the medical functional area of preventive medicine.
b. Identify Army publications that delineate functions and contain the detailed instructions, guidance, and procedures necessary for implementing the policies and responsibilities outlined in Army Regulation (AR) 40-5.
c. Provide detailed preventive medicine functions, instructions, guidance, and procedures not published in other Army documents.