The military medical contribution to security and stabilisation (JDN 3/14)

Provides guidance on the military medical contribution to the security and stability of states in crisis.



This publication provides guidance on the role of military medical assets in: humanitarian assistance, security sector reform and civilian health sector development.

It recognises the relationship between health and security and the characteristics of a failing health system, and highlights the potential requirements to build capacity in the indigenous security forces medical services and develop the civilian healthcare system.

The main target audience is those commanders and staff at the operational level involved in the employment of military medical assets on contemporary operations.

Published 18 June 2014
Last updated 27 June 2014 + show all updates
  1. Added revised version of JDN 3/14.
  2. First published.