About USAMRMC As the Army's medical materiel developer, USAMRMC focuses on medical research, development and acquisition, and medical logistics management.
What does MATDEV stand for?
MATDEV stands for Materiel Developer
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
- Maine Assistive Technology Directory
- Marina and the Diamonds (UK band)
- Master of Arts in Training and Development
- Maximum Acceptable Transit Delay
- Mine and Torpedo Detector (sonar; US Navy)
- Mothers against Texting and Driving
- Motorcyclist Anthropometric Test Device (crash test dummy)
- Muffy and the Divers (Alliance, OH band)
- Multiple Antenna Transmit Diversity
- Mid America Tire Dealers Association
- Maritime Aircraft Tactical Decision Support System (UK MoD)
- Mainframe Automatic Test Equipment
- Manual Adaptive/Aided TMA Estimator
- Marine Advanced Technology Education Center
- Maryland Association of Teacher Educators
- Materials for Advanced Turbine Engines
- MDM Application Test Environment
- Mid-Atlantic Transportation and Environment
- Missouri Association of Teachers of English
- Modular AUTODIN Terminal Equipment
Samples in periodicals archive:
Attendees checked out new systems being fielded and provided input about systems in use to combat developers, materiel developers, sustainment commands, and Department of Defense leaders in operational energy.
With support from the CGSC, the MCBL will continue to execute this unique program, which serves as a conduit between the S&T materiel developers and the unequaled experience-base at the CGSC.
The TSM system provided a direct user representative link to the materiel developer community, specifically, product managers (PMs) and program executive officers (PEOs).
The materiel developer then deciphered the user requirements into engineering standards that industry would understand--a Request for Proposal (RFP).
Transportability for Better Deployability," TEA Pamphlet 70-1, is a guide to transportability intended for materiel developers, equipment designers and transporters.
Engineers and scientists, working with users and materiel developers, are investigating capabilities beyond present close-range rubber balls.
Participants and contributors came from various Army agencies and research organizations to ensure the experiment remained non-parochial while retaining the ability to be informative to both the Army materiel developers and TRADOC combat developers.