- Medical Liaison Officers
Medical Liaison Officers
USAMMA provides medical logistics support and solutions across the full spectrum of military health care worldwide. A key part of the USAMMA team is five regionally located medical liaison officers (LNOs). The LNOs coordinate with commands to make logistics assessments, based on historical trends and current requirements, in order to ensure medical readiness down to the unit level. The LNOs also provide before, during, and after deployment support for all units, including the Reserves and National Guard, with medical assets. USAMMA created the LNO program in 2009 to streamline medical logistics customer support for units worldwide, especially during high operational tempo when units needed to rapidly reset (i.e., replenish supplies and replace worn out equipment) after deployments. In 2013, the LNO mission shifted to readiness, focusing more on medical maintenance and materiel property accountability. Each LNO geographically supports numerous battalion level units of which about 60 percent have medical equipment.
To contact the LNOs, send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
The U.S. Army Medical Materiel Agency (USAMMA) medical liaison officer (LNO) program includes (left to right)
Chuck Price, Jr., Bernard Black, Tony Talley, Michael McHale, and Lenora Anthony.