Talk:United States Army Medical Command

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Many thanks to the anonymous editor who established this page. It will grow exponentially over time as more editors find it and contribute. There is one problem with it, though. It is not strictly about MEDCOM; it tends to be more about the AMEDD. MEDCOM is a Major Command of the U.S. Army and as such has its subordinate commands and missions. The AMEDD, on the other hand, is a concept. It does not have units or a "mission" per se. Please see the article "Army Medical Department (United States)" to see where AMEDD-specific information should go. Much of the material here will eventually be moved to that article. --Mddake 04:20, 16 August 2005 (UTC)