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AMEDDC&S Pam 350-10 Training Expert Field Medical Badge (EFMB) Test

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This U.S. Army Medical Department Center & School (AMEDDC&S) pamphlet standardizes EFMB requirements and testing procedures. It provides DA criteria and administrative instructions concerning the award of the EFMB. This pamphlet also governs the qualifications for the EFMB and prescribes new, standardized, written, and specific performance tests. The Expert Field Medical Badge (EFMB) was designed as a special skill award for recognition of exceptional competence and outstanding performance by field medical personnel and approved by the Department of the Army on 18 June 1965. The Expert Field Medical Badge may be awarded to all officers assigned or detailed to an Army Medical Department (AMEDD) Corps; Army officers in training at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences; Army officers enrolled in the Health Professions Scholarship Program; warrant officers who have an AMEDD primary military occupational specialty (MOS) controlled by The Surgeon General; warrant officer pilots that have a special qualification identifier “D” (Aeromedical Evacuation Pilot) and are assigned to an air ambulance unit; and enlisted personnel who have an MOS in the Career Management Field (CMF) 68, MOS18D, or AMEDD area of concentration.

NOTE: This document is in PDF format : This Pamphlet is dated 1 November 2011

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