Evaluation of the training and readiness of AMEDD units.
Development of medical support elements of Army forces.
(4) Health services doctrine, concepts, and systems to include their
integration into the overall doctrine and systems that have been developed and fielded
for the Army.
(5) Review and analysis to identify and resolve problems concerning Basis
of Issue Plans (BOIP) for medical items and other items relating to health protection and
(6) Medical aspects of simulation, gaming, studies, and force development
tests and evaluations.
(7) Technical review of common table of allowances (CTA) documents to
ensure the proper integration of material and basis of issue for medical units or
(8) Technical review and evaluation of TOE's, MTOE's, and TDA's are
pertaining to medical personnel and equipment.
g. Under the General Staff supervision of the Deputy Chief of Staff for Research,
Development, and Acquisition (DCSRDA), TSG is "responsible for the following:
(1) Formulation, justification, and execution for Other Procurement, Army
(OPA) appropriation in support of Medical Care Support Equipment (MEDCASE)
investment requirements and Research, Development, Test, and Evaluation, Army (PG)
appropriation for health-related biomedical sciences.
Overall international military medical standardization programs within the
h. Under the General Staff supervision of the Deputy Chief of Staff for Logistics
(DCSLOG), TSG is responsible for the following:
(1) Army class management for medical materiel, including the processing
and coordination of medical materiel requirements for overseas commands to the
Defense Personnel Support Center.
(2) Determining the proper types of medical items (and other than medical
items as related to the health, protection, and sanitation of the Army) and quantities of
equipment for the Army.
i. Under the General Staff supervision of the Assistant Chief of Staff for