Medical Logistics Management Internship Program (MLMIP)
MLMIP is a competitive 11-month training program consisting of six months of didactic training and five months of internship at USAMMA, followed by a two-year utilization strategic level assignment. The intent of the MLMIP is to develop and train qualified 68J/68A NCOs and Medical Logistical Officers/Warrant Officers as leader enablers throughout the Medical Logistics community. This training provides a more enabled and knowledgeable logistician that will enhance the quality of logistics provided across a command.
The application period for the FY19-20 class is now closed. The next application period is expected to open Jan 2020.
To contact the MLMIP program manager, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Are you eligible?
a. Active duty and Reserve Army MOS 68J and 68A (SSG-MSG) may apply; applicants must have a minimum of five years’ experience as in Medical Logistics or Materiel and no more than 18 years of service. Soldier must be able to meet the Service Obligation of a two year utilization tour.
b. Medical Officers and Warrant Officers must obtain permission through their consultant prior to submitting a packet.
c. The program is open to All Service Branches and Components of the DoD.
d. Official college transcripts verifying at minimum, either an Associate Degree or sixty credit hours toward a degree.
e. Possess a secret clearance.
f. Time on Station (TOS) requirements (not waiverable). CONUS applicants must have two years’ time on station as of the requested start date for MLMIP (January or July). OCONUS applicants must complete their current tour, to include any extensions; OCONUS tours will not be curtailed to allow submission of an applicant. NCO’s who are identified as excess by their ACOM or as a result of right-sizing initiatives, may submit an application with an endorsement from their command prior to meeting the TOS requirement indicated above. NCO's who will not require a PCS move to enter training may submit an application prior to meeting the TOS requirement, however, this stipulation must be noted on the DA Form 4187. TOS is computed from the month of arrival to the expected month of departure. HRC is the final determining authority if a Soldier is eligible to attend the program.
What is in the Application Package?
a. DA Form 4187 (Personnel Action) with the following items completed: 1 thru 6, 8, 9-10 (applicant’s digital signature/date), 11-14 (Commander’s approval/digital signature/date). In section IV (remarks), applicant will include complete enterprise email address (typed), work and telefax numbers (OCONUS applicants please provide commercial numbers only).
b. Height/weight/body fat standards/APFT memo. A memo on letterhead, signed by a company commander and dated no later than 30 days prior to packet submission, verifying your height/weight (body fat, if required) and APFT scores. Note: your APFT card will not be accepted. Official documentation must be provided for an approved P2 or P3 profile.
c. Official college transcripts (raised seal) verifying the required education level or achievement.
d. DAU ACQ-101, Official certificate.
e. Current DA photograph (Within 12 months). A photo, as part of the ERB, is acceptable.
f. Current ERB/ORB as applicable.
g. Security clearance memorandum from the Security Officer verifying he applicant’s classification within the Joint Personnel Adjudication System (JPAS).
h. Memorandum of recommendation. Applicants must be personally recommended by a minimum field grade medical logistics officer, logistics warrant officer, or logistics command sergeant major or sergeant major. The memorandum must accompany the application and will address the soldier’s experience in the medical logistics/medical maintenance field, contributions to the AMEDD, and leadership qualities.