The U.S. Department of Defense works through Global Health Engagement (GHE) to build partnerships with other nations to strengthen security cooperation and partner capacity through health-related activities and exchanges. AFMS Global Health Engagement efforts strive to:
International Health Specialists (IHS) engage in building global health partnerships and partner-nation capability and capacity through military-to-military and military-to-civilian health engagements, stability operations, security cooperation, and humanitarian assistance and disaster response efforts to increase interoperability and to support U.S. national security objectives.
The USAF School of Aerospace Medicine (USAFSAM) is the premier institute for research, education, and worldwide operational consultation in Aerospace Medicine. Its mission is to advance aerospace medicine to enhance the health and performance of those they serve through education, research, and consultation.
The Defense Institute for Medical Operations (DIMO) facilitates professional development and exchanges among countries, with the goal of creating a shared desire to promote and implement global health.
The Uniformed Services University Health Sciences (USUHS) educates, trains, and prepares uniformed services health professionals, officers, and leaders to directly support Military Health, the National Security and National Defense Strategies of the United States, and the readiness of our Armed Forces.