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NEWS | Dec. 1, 2022

MedLog: New Video Explains UDPs

BLUF:  A new AMLC video explains unit deployment packages.

Photo courtesy of AMLC
Many early deploying units depend on unit deployment packages (UDPs) to enable medical readiness. However, unit-level leaders may not understand what is and isn’t included in the UDP, or their role in the process. To help, the Army Medical Logistics Command (AMLC) has produced a 13-minute training video.

The video is for units at echelons above brigade (EAB) that qualify for a medical UDP when deploying from their home station within the first 31 days of a declared contingency.

The video includes:
  •  Program overview
  •  Unit roles and responsibilities
  •  Timelines and transportation
  •  Receiving and disposal
How can you watch the video?  View it on YouTube HERE or on DVIDS HERE.

Also, there are more videos from AMLC in the works that will cover a variety of medical logistics (MEDLOG) topics. Keep watch on AMLC’s new training video web portal HERE.
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