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A medical lab career in the U.S
The United States Army provides training in medical laboratory science--from associate's and bachelor's through post-doctoral degrees--for individuals who want careers that provide growth opportunities, increased responsibilities, variety, and a chance to see the world.

Active-duty enlisted personnel, reservists, National Guard, and international military students who are interested in the medical laboratory field can obtain the basic skills and education necessary to support the U.S.

Department of Defense medical mission during peacetime, mobilization, wartime, and support operations. The program--311-91810--is divided into two phases:

* Phase 1 consists of a 26-week resident course conducted at the U.S. Army Medical Department Center and School (AMEDDC & S) at Fort Sam Houston, TX.

* Phase 2 provides clinical training at any one of 22 U.S. hospital clinical laboratories.

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