c. Responsibility for a particular preventive medicine program rests with the unit,
post, or installation commander and the medical authority.
d. The unit, post, or installation commander is responsible for all health and
sanitation issues involved in his command, including the preventive medicine program.
e. The medical authority refers to the officers responsible for providing medical
support to a unit, command, or installation. The medical authority directs the preventive
medicine program and reports to and advises the unit, post, or installation commander.
f. The interaction between the commander and the medical authority facilitates
the accomplishment of the post preventive medicine program.
g. Personnel involved in the Army Preventive Medicine Program possess
specialized preventive medicine skills. Officers are identified by their area of
concentration (AOC) and enlisted personnel are identified by their military occupation