The featured topic of this issue of the AMEDD Journal is electronic medical records. The journal contains the following articles: Perspective, an overview of the issue's articles, by MG Russell J. Czerw; Certification in Military Medicine: The Time is Now, by COL Michael J. Roy, MC, USA, et al.; US Army Clinical Investigation, by COL James M. Lamiell, MC, USA, et al.; Expanding the Role of the Nurse Practitioner in the Deployed Setting, by MAJ (P) Edward E. Yackel, AN, USA, et al.; Forward Deployed Neurologists? But That's Where the Troops Are!, by LTC Roman Bilynsky, MC, USA; Theater Immersion: Training a Medical Task Force for Operations in Iraq, by COL James B. Henderson, USA; Application of Geographic Information System Technology to Preventive Medicine Interventions, by Joel Reyes, BS, et al.; The New Name of the Military Electronic Medical Record, by LTC Ron Moody, MC, USA, and David Freeman; A Global Electronic Medical Record, Today's Reality, by LTC Ron Moody, MC, USA, and David Blair, MD; AHLTA Deployment Status and Development Strategy, by LTC Ron Moody, MC, USA, et al.; Electronic Medical Records, Medical Coding, and Outcome Improvement, by LTC Ron Moody, MC, USA; The Tactical Electronic Medical Record: The Key to Medical Transformation, by LTC Edward Michaud, MC, USA, et al.; and Implementation of the Theater Medical Information Program During Operation Iraqi Freedom IV, by MAJ Mark L. Higdon, MC, USA.