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NEWS | April 22, 2020

MedLog: Medical Maintenance Operations Div Fact Sheets

The U.S. Army Medical Logistics Command Medical Maintenance Operations Division (MMOD) provides sustainment and depot-level maintenance support for standard and select nonstandard medical materiel to Army components, authorized DoD activities, and other federal agencies.

The images below provide links to two fact sheets with information about MMOD's main lines of effort. The first spotlights MedLog's three depot-level medical maintenance centers, the regions they support and equipment they're responsible for sustaining. The second provides guidance on how to order medical device repair parts.
MedLog Depot-Level Medical Maintenance Fact Sheet

MedLog How to Order Medical Device Repair Parts
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