Earning the EFMB

Dukes, Michael E.
September 2005
Soldiers;Sep2005, Vol. 60 Issue 9, p36
The article reports that an estimated 200 candidates from across the United States have attempted to qualify for the Expert Field Medical Badge (EFMB) during a test at Fort Indiantown Gap in Pennsylvania. According to Brian Chase of the Army Medical Command's EFMB Testing Control Office, only about 21 percent of the 95,000 soldiers who competed have succeeded to receive the EFMB. A description of the written and field tests for successful EFMB candidates is provided.


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