environment that concentrates heavily on the treatment of the military working dog and assignments where application of unit-driven, hand-on instruction is at a minimum although crucial to the life cycle management for the 68T20.
This 1-week course conducted at the US Army Medical Department Center and School, Fort
Contact AMEDD C&S Department of Veterinary Science at commercial (210) 221-4933 or DSN 471-4933.
Course geared toward Active and Reserve Component. Enlisted Personnel: Grades E-4 and E5. Possess 68T with one year in MOS.
Military personnel must meet height and weight standards IAW AR 600-9. Exceptions to prerequisites to attend the course, other than compliance with AR 600-9, may be granted on a case-by-case basis by the Chief, Department of Veterinary Science, ATTN: MCCS- HV, 3630 Stanley Road, Fort Sam Houston, TX 78234.
AMEDD Center and School, Department of Veterinary Science
1. Course enrollment for AC Soldiers: provide a DA Form 3838 to the unit chain of command for approval and submission to the Department of Veterinary Science for a valid ATRRS reservation to attend training. Enrollment for RC Soldiers will be processed through their local unit representative. Additional information provided by the Department of Veterinary Science at commercial (210) 221-4933 or DSN 471-4933.
2. Course Length is 1 Week; Class Size is 20. Course held twice a year in San Antonio, TX.