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USAMMA's mission is to deliver medical materiel readiness, synchronizing and integrating strategic sustainment, supply support and maintenance capabilities to enable global health care operations.
 
Headquartered at Fort Detrick, MarylandUSAMMA operations are worldwide. USAMMA has approx. 400 personnel total, including workforce at our stateside medical maintenance operations divisions or overseas locations where we have prepositioned medical stock.

USAMMA news

Effective procurement practices ‘an integral part’ of Army medical maintenance mission
August 9, 2023
A biomedical equipment technician at the U.S. Army Medical Materiel Agency’s Medical Maintenance Operations Division in Tracy, California, performs maintenance on a computed tomography machine. (Photo Credit: Katie Ellis-Warfield)

Army Civilian to retire after 41 years of service in medical maintenance field
August 7, 2023
Wayne Collins, director of the U.S. Army Medical Materiel Agency’s Medical Maintenance Operations Division at Tobyhanna, Pennsylvania, will retire at the end of August after more than 41 years of combined military and federal service. (C.J. Lovelace)

Soldier, AMLC civilian attend Army Medical Department’s 2023 Junior Leadership Course
May 22, 2023
Participants of the Army Medical Department’s 2023 Junior Leadership Course pose for a photo at Fort Belvoir, Virginia, in April. One Soldier and one civilian affiliated with U.S. Army Medical Logistics Command -- Capt. Elizabeth Martinez and Ash-Leigh Tensley -- were among the group of 100 attendees, which included 79 officers, 15 enlisted Soldiers and six Army Civilians. (Courtesy)

AMLC members attend logistics course, learn industry best practices
May 15, 2023
Pictured, from left, are Maj. Janessa Moyer, Rajal Ganatra and Bill Sovitsky after graduating from the Institute for Defense & Business’ Industry Based Broadening – Logistics course at Duke University in Durham, North Carolina. The three U.S. Army Medical Logistics Command team members were among 20 military leaders who attended the course from April 17 to May 2

USAMMA Soldier recognized for work as unit prevention leader under Army Substance Abuse Program
April 27, 2023
Staff Sgt. Vontrella Jeffries has served as the unit prevention leader, or UPL, for the U.S. Army Medical Materiel Agency for about a year. In January 2023, her work was rewarded as she was named the monthly UPL Awards Program winner. The awards program under the Army Substance Abuse Program was established in November 2022 for Fort Detrick and Forest Glen Annex UPLs. The program encourages UPLs to pay closer attention to detail during urinalysis tests for their units.

Technicians leverage ‘telemaintenance’ channels to support forward units
April 4, 2023
A biomedical equipment technician works on a portable X-ray machine at U.S. Army Medical Materiel Agency’s Medical Maintenance Operations Division at Tracy, California. (U.S. Army photo by Katie Ellis-Warfield/Released)

Afloat Army Prepositioned Stocks increase power projection
March 29, 2023
An Army Field Support Battalion-Charleston team member walks up the roll on/roll off ramp of the USNS Pomeroy (T-AKR 316) as the ship is docked and prepared to receive its load of military equipment and supplies as part of the Army Prepositioned Stocks, or APS, program. (Ellen Crown)

USAMMA hosts detachment change of command ceremony
March 22, 2023
1st Lt. Andrew Whittenbarger, center left, passes the unit colors of the U.S. Army Medical Materiel Agency’s Headquarters and Headquarters Detachment to Sgt. 1st Class Tie Wu during a change of command ceremony March 17 at Fort Detrick, Maryland. Whittenbarger assumed command during the event, with Wu taking responsibility as detachment sergeant. Also pictured are USAMMA Commander Col. Gary Cooper, left, and outgoing detachment commander, Maj. Chris Wright.

USAMMC-E supports APS-2 medical maintenance mission
March 15, 2023
Spc. Joel Velasco, a biomedical equipment specialist from the U.S. Army Medical Materiel Center-Europe, is pictured performing maintenance on a medical device at an Army prepositioned stocks site in Dulmen, Germany, March 1.

Training, quality data improve MEDLOG catalog
February 27, 2023
Juan Flores, right, a general supply specialist with the U.S. Army Medical Materiel Agency’s Business Support Office, leads a discussion during online training on the Defense Medical Logistics Item Identification System, or DMLIIS. Also pictured is Matthew Diggs, a supply management specialist for the BSO. Flores and Diggs have been collaborating with Defense Health Agency’s Medical Logistics Directorate to provide DMLIIS training on an ongoing basis for supply specialists and clinical analysts.

about us


MISSION

Delivers medical materiel readiness, synchronizing and integrating strategic sustainment, supply support and maintenance capabilities to enable global health care operations.


VISION

USAMMA is the leading strategic medical sustainer, supported by a diverse and innovative workforce that is globally responsive, ready, and resilient.


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