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The mission of the Navy Expeditionary Medical Support Command is to support Combatant Commanders (COCOMs) by supplying the right medical resources at the right time and at the right cost anywhere in the world through configured expeditionary medical logistics products tailored to meet clinical missions based on COCOM requirements. 


MAKE A DIFFERENCE … The type, impact and size of that difference is much less important than the effort itself. What is important is that you continue to strive to accomplish our mission, improve yourself, and take care of your families and your co-workers.

MAKE A DIFFERENCE IN YOURSELF … Acknowledge your strengths and weaknesses; seek self-improvement to advance your weaknesses and capitalize on your strengths. Set goals, re-visit them often and adjust as necessary to continue moving forward. Learn from your setbacks, embrace them and use them to your advantage. Have the moral courage to do the right thing each time, every time.  

MAKE A DIFFERENCE IN YOUR CO-WORKERS Support them, challenge them, give them the opportunity to excel. Treat them with respect. Save room for differences of opinion and leverage those differences to achieve innovative solutions. Our mission success is dependent upon a team effort.

MAKE A DIFFERENCE IN YOUR FAMILY … Support them, because they support you; nurture that relationship, cherish them for there is no greater gift in life. Family is forever, treat it as such. Take time to relish that special bond. It is the foundation of who you are and provides the bedrock on which to build your vision.

MAKE A DIFFERENCE IN THE MISSION … As a member of Navy Expeditionary Medical Support Command, you are part of a team, the Navy Medicine team. As such, you have an opportunity every day to take part in supporting our warfighters. Take advantage of it and always remember the special honor entrusted to us in assisting our shipmates in harm’s way. 

Be Ready!


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