Baustralian Medical Branch

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Baustralian Medical Branch
BAF 001 - Cap Badge (Baustralian Medical Branch).svg
Cap badges of the BMB
Founded 17 January 2018
Country  Baustralia
Role Military medicine
Part of Baustralian Armed Forces
 His Royal Navy
 Baustralian Army
 His Royal Air Force
Mascot Cisco
Commanders
Surgeon general Surgeon rear admiral Joeseph Peto
Warrant officer Medical Branch Warrant officer Logan Perry-Ardens HRN
Insignia
Red Cross Emblem Flag of the Red Cross.svg

The Baustralian Medical Branch is a personnel branch made up of two corps, the Baustralian Corps of Surgeons (Officer corps), and the Baustralian Corps of Nurses (NCM corps).

Currently, there is one unit, the 1st Field Ambulance. It is made up of all the members of the BMB, and can be stationed onboard naval vessels, with army units, and air force squadrons. It is commanded by Surgeon Rear Admiral Joeseph Peto, and the Warrant Officer Medical Branch is Warrant Officer Logan Perry-Ardens.

Uniforms

Members of the Medical Branch wear their uniforms, though naval officers wear scarlet distinctive cloth, naval members wear a trade badge, army colonels and generals wears scarlet gorgets, and air force members wear a scarlet band on their side caps. They all wear a pin ​14 inches above their name tag, and scarlet bands on the forage cap.

Order of precedence

Preceded by
Baustralian Legal Branch
Baustralian Medical Branch Succeeded by
Baustralian Corps of Chaplains