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Published by Rand in Santa Monica, CA .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • United States. Army -- Medical care.,
  • United States. Army -- Civic action.,
  • United States. Army -- Medical care -- Balkan Peninsula.,
  • United States. Army -- Medical care -- Somalia.,
  • United Nations Protection Force.

Book details:

Edition Notes

StatementLois M. Davis ... [et al.].
ContributionsDavis, Lois M., United States. Army., Arroyo Center.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsUH394 .A76 1996
The Physical Object
Paginationxxxiii, 150 p. :
Number of Pages150
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL984377M
ISBN 10083302440X
LC Control Number96022136

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The U.S. military is increasingly being called upon to provide medical support for U.S. forces, coalition forces, and civilian populations in "operations other than war" (OOTW) — a broad range of missions including peace operations, humanitarian assistance, disaster relief, and nation assistance, among by: 9. The Military Medical Humanitarian Assistance Course (MMHAC) Course Goal Provide training for military primary care providers in preparing for and executing appropriate medical care to civilian populations in the austere health emergency setting. Title: Army Medical Support for Peace Operations and Humanitarian Assistance Author: Lois M. Davis Subject: The U.S. military is increasingly being called upon to provide medical support for U.S. forces, coalition forces, and civilian populations in "operations other than war" (OOTW). Providing humanitarian relief in the United States and around the world is an essential part of the mission of U.S. Army Active duty, National Guard and .

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iv Army Medical Support for Peace Operations and Humanitarian Assistance This research was sponsored by The U.S. Army Surgeon General, as part of a project on future Army medical structure. It was conducted in the Manpower and Training Program of RAND's Arroyo Center, a federally funded research and development center sponsored by theCited by: 9. The Army Deployment Force (ADF) is a high readiness unit of the Singapore Army that was formalised in in response to modernized terrorist attacks such as the November Paris active operationally-ready battalion consists of only regular : Singapore Army. medical casualties and severely limited health resources. The Military Medical Humanitarian Assistance Course was (MMHAC) created with the explicit goal of providing training for military primary care providers in preparing for and executing appropriate medical care to civilian populations in the austere health emergency setting. facing medical support to UN peace operations. Therefore, this paper asks the question: What are the challenges to providing medical support to UN peace operations in high-risk environments? The purpose of medical support for peace operations is “to secure the health and well-being of members of United Nations [peacekeeping.