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TSG and CSM on being Army Medicine Proud!

1 Army Medicine is Army Proud!
2 Army Medicine Pride in the Patch: RHC-Atlantic CSM Booker
3 Army Medicine Pride in the Patch: John Resta
4 Army Medicine Pride in the Patch: Soldiers of the Year
5 Army Medicine Pride in the Patch: NCOs
6 Army Medicine Pride in the Patch: Officers
7 Pride in the Patch- SSG Washington
8 Army Medicine Pride in the Patch: SFC Christeou
9 Army Medicine Pride in the Patch: COL Wakatake
10 Army Medicine Pride in the Patch: Randy Randolph


  • Lieutenant General R. Scott Dingle The U.S. Army Surgeon General and Commanding General, U.S. Army Medical Command Lieutenant General R. Scott Dingle
  • Command Sergeant Major Diamond D. Hough Command Sergeant Major, U.S. Army Medical Command Command Sergeant Major Diamond D. Hough


Provide ready and sustained health services support and force health protection in support of the Total Force to enable readiness and to conserve the fighting strength while caring for our People and their Families.


The Army Medicine of 2028 is ready, reformed, reorganized, responsive, and relevant, providing expeditionary, tailored, medically ready and ready medical forces to support the Army mission to deploy, fight and win decisively against any adversary, anytime and anywhere in a joint, multi-domain, high-intensity conflict, while simultaneously deterring others and maintaining its readiness posture. Army Medicine Strategic Vision


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Smartbook DA PAM 600-4

Welcome to Smartbook DA PAM 600-4 which outlines commissioned and warrant officer development and career management programs for each of the Army Medical Department’s six Corps. It does not prescribe a path of assignments and educational opportunities that will guarantee success. Instead, it describes the full spectrum of developmental opportunities and programs for all Army Medical Department commissioned and warrant officers throughout a career. In addition, this pamphlet provides guidance on leader development concepts and responsibilities, information on opportunities for Army Medical Department command positions, detailed information on development and management of Reserve Component Army Medical Department officers, and outlines Army promotion policy including special consideration for Army Medical Department officers.