Our Mission

Serve as the Army’s Class VIII Life Cycle Management Command, delivering medical logistics, sustainment, and materiel readiness from the strategic support area to the forward tactical edge to increase survivability and sustain fighting strength.


Army Medical Logistics Command officer inducted into O2M3
Col. Marc Welde, right, commander of U.S. Army Medical Logistics Command, places the Order of Military Medical Merit medallion over the head of Lt. Col. Ibrahim Kabbah, symbolizing his induction into the prestigious organization, during an AMLC awards ceremony Feb. 29 at Fort Detrick, Maryland.
March 1, 2024 - Lt. Col. Ibrahim Kabbah joined prestigious company Feb. 29, as he was inducted into the Order of Military Medical Merit during an Army Medical Logistics Command awards ceremony at Fort Detrick.

USAMMC-E modernization efforts improve efficiency, visibility of medical materiel
Jeanette Hoeh, a supply technician at the U.S. Army Medical Materiel Center-Europe, scans a box of medical supplies using a new scale system being piloted to streamline warehousing and distribution operations. The new “dimensioner” system incorporates a high-tech scale with optical features that can capture images and calculate the exact dimensions and weight of items being inventoried or readied for shipment.
March 1, 2024 - The U.S. Army Medical Materiel Center-Europe is modernizing its distribution operations through new technologies, exploring ways to improve efficiency, while saving time and money.

Army Medical Logistics aims to innovate recruiting efforts
Army Medical Logistics Command Human Resources Director Kenneth Daniels discusses career opportunities with a potential candidate at BEYA on Feb. 17 in Baltimore, Maryland. BEYA is an annual event that attracts thousands of nationwide job seekers -- both in person and virtually -- to a two-day showcase of career opportunities, primarily in the STEM fields of science, technology, engineering and math.
Feb. 27, 2024 - Seeking to attract new talent and build a diverse workforce, Army Medical Logistics Command staff worked the crowds at this year’s BEYA STEM Conference and Career Fair, held at the Baltimore Convention Center, Feb. 16-17.

USAMMA command team reflect on careers, importance of Black History Month
Col. Gary Cooper, center left, and Lt. Col. Nikki Davis, far left, are pictured in an Army Medical Logistics Command command group photo in 2023. Cooper, commander of the U.S. Army Materiel Agency, served as interim AMLC commander for several months, while Davis, USAMMA deputy commander, assumed interim command of USAMMA in Cooper’s stead. USAMMA is one of three direct reporting units to AMLC.
Feb. 6, 2024 - Col. Gary Cooper and Lt. Col. Nikki Davis pride themselves in leading a diverse organization that values its workforce.

KATUSA program provides manpower boost to Army units, serves as reminder of alliance
A Korean Soldier, serving under the Korean Augmentation to the United States Army, or KATUSA, program, briefs senior leaders on his work in the temperature-sensitive medical product section during a visit to the U.S. Army Medical Materiel Center-Korea. USAMMC-K is one of numerous locations around the peninsula where KATUSA Soldiers serve alongside their U.S. counterparts, training and serving as a reminder of the alliance and partnership between the two nations.
Jan. 31, 2024 - Shortly after the outbreak of the Korean War, U.S. military leaders forged an agreement with Korean allies that continues to benefit both countries to this day.

New request procedures for sustainment-level medical maintenance
A biomedical equipment technician works on a medical device at the U.S. Army Medical Materiel Agency’s Medical Maintenance Operations Division at Hill Air Force Base, Utah. (C.J. Lovelace)
Jan. 29, 2024 - When U.S. Army units need sustainment-level maintenance support for their medical equipment, the U.S. Army Medical Materiel Agency is there to help.

Army medical maintenance facility offers vast professional development opportunity
Daniel Nightingale, a contract biomedical equipment technician and Army Reserve sergeant, works inside the shop at the U.S. Army Medical Materiel Agency’s Medical Maintenance Operations Division at Hill Air Force Base, Utah, Nov. 14, 2023. (C.J. Lovelace)
Jan. 5, 2024 - On a sprawling base in northern Utah, there’s a large warehouse and medical maintenance shop that U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Nora Martinez has grown to love.

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