The Central Aid Agency Medical Corps (also called Med Corps) is a Program of Medical Services (a Branch of Central Command) whose mission is to provide pre-hospital emergency medical services and field / operations-based medical support capabilities within the C.A.A. and on its behalf; and to define standards and protocols for C.A.A. field medical personnel. The Med Corps Program was recently activated, and is still under development.
Active Medical Corps Units
Medical Team 1
MED-Team 1 is a disaster and emergency medical services unit assigned to Emergency Response Force 1 in Sector 2. The unit is responsible for providing field medical operations and medical support services for the Central Aid Agency. The unit is used for assigning C.A.A. medical personnel whose primary role is emergency medical services.
Uniforms of Medical Corps
Medical Corps primarily wears uniforms in Navy Blue (Color Type 1), however embedded unit medics typically wear the same uniform as the rest of the unit they are assigned to. Medical Corps personnel will also usually have additional insignia or identifiers on their uniforms designating them as medical personnel. Uniforms commonly worn by Medical Corps include:
Service Dress Uniform Class A
Service Dress Uniform Class B
Basic Duty Uniform Class C
Administrative Uniform with Navy Blue Polo and Navy Blue Pants Class C
Field Basic Service Uniform Class D (When participating in Community Service activities)
Physical Training Uniforms Class E
Because Medical Corps units are usually deployable, they typically require Type 4 or greater hygiene and appearance requirements when in full uniform.