e. Other Nonmedical Army Personnel. Nonmedical personnel may need
information from a person's HREC for official reasons. Such personnel include unit
commanders, inspectors general, officers of the Judge Advocate General's Corps,
military personnel officers, and members of the U.S. Army Criminal Investigation
Command or military police performing official investigation.
CROSS-SERVICING OF HEALTH RECORDS
Navy and Air Force personnel may be attached to an Army organization, Army
personnel may be attached to a Navy or Air Force organization. Army regulations and
similar regulations in other services allow and direct cross-servicing of Health Records.
The procedures for maintaining and transferring Navy and Air Force HRECs are similar
to those described in the following paragraphs for Army HRECs.
a. When members of other services are attached to an Army MTF for primary
care, custody is assumed for their HRECs. These are maintained in the same manner
as Army HRECs.
b. HRECs not sent with Navy and Air Force patients are requested when
needed for treatment. Similarly, Army HRECs are sent to Navy or Air Force HREC
custodians when Army personnel are given care by MTFs of those services.
c. When cross-servicing HRECs, Army personnel are not required or allowed to
check or complete records for any periods before the HRECs come under Army
Section II. INITIATING, KEEPING, AND DISPOSING OF HEALTH RECORDS
FORMS AND DOCUMENTS OF HEALTH RECORDS
a. The medical and dental forms authorized for use in the Health Record are
listed in tables 2-1 and 2-2. Tables 2-1 and 2-2 are extracts from AR 40-66. To make
access to information in these folders easier, the forms are filed from top to bottom in
the order they are listed in the tables. Copies of the same form are grouped and filed in
reverse chronological order (i.e., the latest on top).
b. The folders of USAR and ARNG members on active duty for training are
marked "ADT" on the front. The forms inside the folder are given the same marking in
the lower margin.