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UK-US partnership to advance interoperability between military medical services

Acting Assistant Secretary of Defense for Health Affairs Tom McCaffery signs a Task Force Charter with the acting Surgeon General of the United Kingdom Ministry of Defence, Major General Martin Bricknell, continuing a UK-US partnership to advance interoperability between military medical services. McCaffery reaffirmed that the partnership enables both countries to better equip our Armed Forces community with the best possible medical support and capabilities for service personnel, veterans, and their families. By sharing information and developing opportunities for combined training and collaborative research, the United States and United Kingdom are committed to advancing military medical services and working side-by-side in defense of global interests. Acting Assistant Secretary of Defense for Health Affairs Tom McCaffery signs a Task Force Charter with the acting Surgeon General of the United Kingdom Ministry of Defence, Major General Martin Bricknell, continuing a UK-US partnership to advance interoperability between military medical services.

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Acting Assistant Secretary of Defense for Health Affairs Tom McCaffery signs a Task Force Charter with the acting Surgeon General of the United Kingdom Ministry of Defence, Major General Martin Bricknell, continuing a UK-US partnership to advance interoperability between military medical services. 

Acting Assistant Secretary of Defense for Health Affairs Tom McCaffery signs a Task Force Charter with the acting Surgeon General of the United Kingdom Ministry of Defence, Major General Martin Bricknell, continuing a UK-US partnership to advance interoperability between military medical services. McCaffery reaffirmed that the partnership enables both countries to better equip our Armed Forces community with the best possible medical support and capabilities for service personnel, veterans, and their families. By sharing information and developing opportunities for combined training and collaborative research, the United States and United Kingdom are committed to advancing military medical services and working side-by-side in defense of global interests.Acting Assistant Secretary of Defense for Health Affairs Tom McCaffery signs a Task Force Charter with the acting Surgeon General of the United Kingdom Ministry of Defence, Major General Martin Bricknell, continuing a UK-US partnership to advance interoperability between military medical services.

McCaffery reaffirmed that the partnership enables both countries to better equip our Armed Forces community with the best possible medical support and capabilities for service personnel, veterans, and their families. By sharing information and developing opportunities for combined training and collaborative research, the United States and United Kingdom are committed to advancing military medical services and working side-by-side in defense of global interests.

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