ASBP: Components - The organizations and offices that make up the ASBP
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ASBP COMPONENTS

The Armed Services Blood Program is a joint operation that requires coordination among the blood programs of the military Services (Army, Navy, Air Force) and the unified commands. It relies upon many components working together to provide quality blood products to Service members whenever and wherever needed. The following organizations and offices are integral components of the ASBP:
  • Armed Services Blood Program Office (ASBPO)
  • Service Blood Program Offices (SBPOs)
  • Blood Donor Centers (BDCs)
  • Armed Services Whole Blood Processing Laboratories (ASWBPLs)
  • Joint Blood Program Office (JBPO)
  • Area Joint Blood Program Office (AJBPO)
  • Expeditionary Blood Transshipment System (EBTS)
  • Blood Product Depots (BPDs)
  • Blood Support Detachments (BSDs)
  • Transfusion Service Facilities (TSFs)

ASBPO
SBPOs
BDCs
ASWBPLs
JBPO
AJBPOs
EBTS
BPDs
BSDs
TSFs

The Armed Services Blood Program Office (ASBPO) manages the blood program for the Department of Defense (DoD). The Armed Services Blood Program was established more than 60 years ago as a joint field operating agency. The office is subject to the authority, direction, and control of the Secretary of Defense (SECDEF) through the Assistant Secretary of Defense [Health Affairs (HA)] and under the operational control of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. For more information about ASBPO objectives, read our mission and vision.


Armed Services Blood Program Office
7700 Arlington Blvd., Ste 5143
Falls Church, VA 22042-5143


General Inquiries: (703) 681-8024
Blood Donations: (703) 681-5979
Fax: (703) 681-7541
DSN: 761-5979

Directors, Past and Present

Navy CAPT Roland L. Fahie

2014-Present
Navy Capt. Roland L. Fahie


The organizational chart below describes the structure of the Armed Services Blood Program Office.

ASBPO Organizational Chart

Organizational Chart Text Version

Questions concerning Army, Navy, or Air Force Blood Program operations or activities should be directed to the appropriate Service Blood Program Officer (see SBPOs).