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EXPERT FIELD MEDICAL BADGE UPDATE (G3). The new Expert Field Medical Badge Test standards were implemented effective March 2019.

Four installations (Fort Bragg, Fort Sill, Fort Carson, and Germany) have hosted test events under the new standards.

Some of the major changes include: the APFT is now the first tested event and requires a score of 80% in each category; the written test has also been ramped up from 60-80 questions up with new exam questions;

The fifth publication of the study guide is published and available for train-up; the Night Land Navigation also had significant changes moving to the Expert Infantry Badge standard of testing which transitioned to four navigation points not including the end point with only three hours to complete.

Through all of these changes, the Test Control Office (TCO) notes that the 12 mile forced march had significant increases in pass rates from 85-96% which we assess is due to the increased APFT standards.

The TCO encourages all candidates to use the study guide as they train for the test event. To hear more about these changes from Fort Carson's perspective, see the article at the following link:

https://www.fortcarsonmountaineer.com/2019/05/8-soldiers -emerge-victorious-at-efmb/ .

More locally, the 32d Medical Brigade is scheduled to host their EFMB in September 2019. Visit the EFMB TCO page for more information: https://www.cs.amedd.army.mil/efmb.aspx. The written test study guide is located on the TASKS/WRITTEN TEST Tab.

 

The following are the New References for the EFMB Written Test.

    STP 68W15-SM-TG (Soldier's Manual and Trainer's Guide, MOS 68W, Health Care Specialist) (Skill Level 1 Tasks Only); FM 4-25.12 (Unit Field Sanitation Team); ATP 4-02.46 (Army Health System Support to Detainee Operations); STP 21-1-SMCT (Soldier's Manual of Common Tasks, Skill Level 1).  All four of these references are available below for viewing or downloading.

ATP 4-02.46: Army Health System Support to Detainee Operations
CAC Required   

FM 4-25.12 Unit Field Sanitation Team

STP 21-1-SMCT: Soldier`s Manual of Common Tasks, Skill Level 1          

 STP 8-68W13-SM-TG - Soldiers Manual and Trainers Guide MOS 68W, Health Care Specialist, Skill Levels 1/2/3 CAC Required

The newest version of AMEDC&S Pamphlet 350-10, dated 1 March 2018, was released . This pamphlet supersedes AMEDDC&S Pamphlet 350-10, dated 1 April 2008.

Please visit the Expert Field Medical Badge Test Control Office AKO webpage to download new panphlet and find out more information. Additionally, Test Control Office contact information available on AKO webpage.

(AKO Log-in required) https://www.us.army.mil/suite/page/140048

The 2019 CSM Jack L. Clark Jr. Best Medic Competition

"To Be The Best You've Got To Beat The Best"

Event: 2019 ABMC
Time:
Location: Camp Bullis, Texas
Summary: The CSM Jack L. Clark Jr. Army’s Best Medic Competition (ABMC) will be held September 14-19, 2019 . The two-Soldier team competition challenges the Army's best medical personnel in a demanding, continuous, and realistic simulated operational environment. Today's operational environment requires Army medics to be agile and adaptive, demonstrate mature judgment and initiative, and to see and exploit opportunities. The ABMC is physically and intellectually challenging and will test the tactical medical proficiency and leadership of the teams. The teams compete to be named as the most technically competent, physically and mentally tough medic team in the United States Army.

FY 2019 Scheduled EFMB Testing

The following sites are scheduled to conduct EFMB Testing for FY 19. Simply click on their name to send them an email or call them at the phone number provided.

FY 2019 Schedule

FY 2020 Scheduled EFMB Testing

The following sites are scheduled to conduct EFMB Testing for FY 2020. Simply click on their name to send them an email or call them at the phone number provided.

FY 2020 Schedule to be published

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