Welcome to the National Association of Military ​Medics and Corpsmen

​"Docs" Helping "Docs" And Still Serving

Mission: To respect and honor those with whom we served and to train and
​support the brave tradition of those who will replace us.

Vision: To support veterans in need and train others who wish to follow in our footsteps.

National "Doc's" Hall of Fame

As the National Association of Military Medics and Corpsmen, we talk with and hear about many medics, corpsmen and other allied health medical personnel "Doc's" who are giving back to their fellow brothers and sisters, their community, state and the nation. NAMMC wants to recognize their dedication to others in the form of a Hall of Fame induction. It's not necessarily about what the "Doc" did during the war, it's more about what the "Doc" did after the war. The Hall of Fame nominee may not have even been to war.

​If you know of a "Doc" who you feel is worthy of this great honor, or if you want to nominate yourself, please fill out the form below. Learn more below.

How to Nominate:

  1. The nominee must have a military medical occupation specialty.
  2. This Hall of Fame is about volunteer work in giving back to the community, state and to the nation. Volunteer time and your military service will be considered, but the bulk of consideration will be after military service.
  3. Nominee does not have to be a member of the NAMMC.
  4. The deadline for nominations is October 31, 2022.
  5. The Hall of Fame inductees will be announced on Veterans' Day November 12, 2022
  6. 12 nominations will be accepted per year.
  7. A cap of 3 nominations per year will be inducted. However, the induction number could be 1 or 2.
  8. Nominations can be submitted posthumously.
  9. Nominate online or mail your nomination to:
    "Doc" Lloyd Beemer, Chief Of Staff
    530 East Hunt Hwy, Suite 103 #164 San Tan Valley, AZ 85143
  10. The Selection Process: No member of NAMMC will see the nominations. All nominations will go to the Advisory Council of NAMMC. The Advisory Council will read and grade all of the nominations against each other. There is no form or outline of questions. The Advisory Council will know the top 3 nominations when they see it. The names and personal information will be redacted from the Nominations and given to the NAMMC Board of Directors who will make final decision on the selected nominations.

What you will need:

  1. An essay of why the nominee qualifies for the Hall of Fame.
  2. Copy of the nominee DD214.
  3. A good quality high resolution picture of the nominee.