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FRAME 1
DD Form 1289 (Department of Defense Prescription) is the
approved one-item form used at Army medical treatment
facilities.
Question:
The approved one-item prescription form used at Army
medical treatment facilities is DD Form ______.
Answer:
The approved one-item
prescription form used
at Army medical
treatment facilities is
DD Form 1289.
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