Reference document

Org
NATO
Pubnum
AJMedP-2 Ed A Ver 1
Date
2018-08-29
Version
Title
Allied Joint Medical Doctrine For Medical Evacuation

Applicability

The purpose of this document is to describe a medical evacuation system to enable nations to maintain their national evacuation procedures as far as possible and to plan for reliable, costeffective Medical Evacuation (MEDEVAC) by facilitating bi- or multilateral agreements and promoting common planning, programming and training. These principles must all comply with International Humanitarian law (comprising the relevant Geneva conventions and principles and The Hague convention).

The purpose of this document is to describe a medical evacuation system to enable nations to maintain their national evacuation procedures as far as possible and to plan for reliable, costeffective Medical Evacuation (MEDEVAC) by facilitating bi- or multilateral agreements and promoting common planning, programming and training. These principles must all comply with International Humanitarian law (comprising the relevant Geneva conventions and principles and The Hague convention).

Responsible Party

Name
Emergency Medicine Panel

Status

URI
https://nso.nato.int/

History

Flag Date RFC Version
added 2019-11-29 13.0
UUID
908446d1-9468-4091-9ddf-57dd9ca852f1

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