The U.S. Army Medical Test and Evaluation Activity (USAMTEAC) conducts an operational test of the Field Oxygen Generator Resource to provide critical care. A USAMTEAC test officer (left) interacts with 36th MCAS NCOs and Soldiers during scenarios at Role 1, and Soldiers from the 36th MCAS (right) transport a simulated casualty.
The USAMTEAC will conduct a Soldier Touch Point of the Armored Multi-Purpose Vehicle (AMPV) Medical Variant. The AMPV holds simulated patients during the assessment.
The U.S. Army Medical Test and Evaluation Activity provides independent operational testing and evaluation of medical and medical-related materiel and information technology products in support of the Army`s Department of Defense acquisition processes. USAMTEAC provides assessments of emerging concepts, doctrine, and advanced technology applications applied to the delivery of healthcare—both on the battlefield and in fixed facilities.
A responsive and fully engaged U.S. Army Medical Test and Evaluation Activity, contributing to the Army’s success by conducting independent, realistic, and objective testing, evaluation, and assessment performed by a professional cadre of military and civilian experts, who are:
- Dedicated to excellence
- Committed to our nation’s Soldiers
- Identified as respected partners in providing solutions to Army requirements