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What does FHP stand for?

FHP stands for Force Health Protection


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We have 84 other definitions for FHP in our Acronym Attic
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Fort Hood Officers' Wives Club (Texas)
Family Health Program
Family Help Programme (Sri Lanka)
Family History Project (various organizations)
Fédération de l'Hospitalisation Privée (French: Federation of Private Hospitals)
Florida Heat Pump (FHP Manufacturing Inc.)
Florida Highway Patrol
Flying Hour Program
Foot Health Practitioner
For Human Peoples
Forest Health Protection (USDA Forest Service)
Fort Howard Paper Company
Forward Head Posture (physical therapy)
Fountainhead Project (Data General Corporation 32-bit minicomputer code name)
Fractional Horsepower
French Honeynet Project
Freudenberg Household Products (Germany)
Friction Horsepower
Fujitsu Hitachi Plasma Display, Ltd.
Functional Health Pattern

Samples in periodicals archive:
Air Force School of Aerospace Medicine to improve human performance in the areas of enroute care, force health protection, expeditionary medicine, operational medicine and human performance.
Force health protection is the keystone to ensuring that a commander has enough healthy, effective Warriors where and when needed to initiate, sustain, and complete all operations dictated by the unit's mission.
Michael Kilpatrick, deputy director of force health protection and readiness programs with the Office of the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Force Health Protection and Readiness.
However, according to FM 3-0, the protection cell is responsible for air and missile defense, personnel recovery, information protection, fratricide avoidance, operational area security, antiterrorism, survivability, force health protection, CBRNE operations, safety, operations security, and explosive ordnance disposal.
3) In response, US Joint Forces Command began a transformation of force health protection (FHP) by addressing human-performance standards, metrics, capabilities, and gaps via a new joint Human Performance Enhancement Joint Capabilities Document.
These areas could include acquisition and contingency contracting, finance, engineering, force health protection (medical), logistics services, and personnel.
However, it is this author's opinion that a proactive clinical and environmental surveillance in the Dobrogea region and an integration of open source information will substantially help in informing the commanders' decision on implementing a successful Force Health Protection program regardless of the duration of deployment for training.
Hearing conservation in the military continues to be critically important toward ensuring force health protection and preserving hearing readiness of DoD personnel.

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