We will begin our examination of talent management by first examining the philosophy behind this program and how talent management might be best applied to AMEDD Officers of the Army National Guard. Once we gain understanding of the appropriate talent management philosophy, we can further explore how this philosophy could be put into practice.
The Need for Clear Language in Ready Medical Force Requirements SWJED Sat, 01/26/2019 - 7:26am
Unlike the other branches in the Army, the Army Medical Department (AMEDD) hasn’t had clear tasks requirements for officers since the 1990s. It is unknown why AMEDD stopped the practice that was universal to the rest of the Army. This has left the AMEDD in an awkward situation of not being able to clearly define, measure, track, communicate, and estimate the cost of the critical Ready Medical skills that are required on the modern battlefield.
It is time to rethink the role of conventional U.S. military medical assets in COIN operations.
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An Argument for Non-Medic Combat Arms Soldiers Conducting Live Tissue Training as a Pre-Deployment Requirement
Life-saving training for deploying forces.