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What does FHP stand for?

FHP stands for Force Health Protection

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  • Military and Government
  • Science, medicine, engineering, etc.

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Baron Von Steuben introduced Force Health Protection to the United States Army at Valley Forge when he instructed regimental commanders that "the preservation of the Soldier's health should be their first and greatest care.
If military personnel understand the impact that environmental and health threats can have on mission accomplishment and use this information as they plan, occupy, and close deployment sites, they will ensure force health protection, guarantee fiscal and material resource responsibility, reduce Army liability, and strengthen the relationship between the Army and the host nation.
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.
The pamphlet outlines sustainment-required capabilities for deployment and distribution, transportation, supply, maintenance, field services, operational contract support, general engineering, medical and force health protection, human resources, financial management, religious support, band support, explosive ordnance disposal, Army Special Operations Forces sustainment, and security of sustainment.
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.