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Fmed 965?

#1
Anyone enlighten me as to what this is and where I can get one? I've looked on the ever-so-helpful army forms (which seems to work some days and not the next) and can't spy it.. cheers.
 
#3
As 'cokecan' said, it is the Operational Medical Record which is carried with you at all times when on ops. If you report to the med centre at any time and have treatment, a record is made in your 965. Once you return home, the 965 is then filed in your FMed 4.

As for asking at your med centre, I know that sometimes med centres will only get a supply of 965s just prior to deployment, rather than have a supply gathering dust in a cupboard 'just in case'.
 
#4
Aha, makes sense since its for someone going to Belize.

We don't actually have a med centre which doesn't help, luckily there's a field ambulance near by that should have some.

Cheers guys
 
#11
Is the 965 issued to everyone going overseas, regardless of where you go?
Is it for operations as well as exercises?
Are the booklets kept in the fmed 4 on return or is the information transferred?

When was the 965 introduced?

Thanks for your help!
 
#12
afs2006 said:
Is the 965 issued to everyone going overseas, regardless of where you go?
Is it for operations as well as exercises?
Are the booklets kept in the fmed 4 on return or is the information transferred?

When was the 965 introduced?

Thanks for your help!
Yes
Yes
Vaccinations etc should be transferred, then 965 is filed.

Haven't a scoobies
 

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