To promote force health protection, global health security, Warfighter-readiness, recovery, and lethality in the compete phase of Multi-Domain Operations through identification and mitigation of medical threats; collaborate with the government of Georgia and local partners to combat infectious disease threats; and, to build strong partnerships for a self-sustaining medical research program to support U.S. and allied forces within U.S. European and neighboring commands.


USAMRD-G will sustain and grow research operations as the premier DOD biomedical expeditionary research platform in the European Command area of responsiblity with specialized expertise in infectious disease surveillance and emerging capability in multidrug-resistant organism therapeutic development. USAMRD-G will continue to support force health protection, Warfighter readiness, and lethality leveraging the capability and expertise of a diverse team of U.S., Georgian, and international scientists and partners.