Glossary of mcwp 4-11.1 Health Service Support Operations
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for coordinating and integrating HSS within their area of operations.
- Marine Corps forces (MARFOR) commanders.
- How many surgical companies does a FSSG have?
- How many shock trauma platoons does a FSSG have?
- The medical batallion has ___ beds and __ operating rooms.
- The medical batallion is made of of _ H&S company and _ surgical companies
- Which platoon is the smallest, most mobile medical support platoon of
the medical battalion.
- Shock Trauma Platoon.
- During the movement phase of amphibious operations who has overall responsibility
for HSS services to embarked personnel?
- the commander,
amphibious task force (CATF)
- What is the means by which operating forces are brought
to wartime manning levels by personnel augmentation from
- MAP Medical Augmentation Program.
- Who manages the MAP?
- The total
T/E and AMALs/ADALs are designed to support a MEF in an
estimated worst case scenario for a __day period of combat.
- is responsible for funding AMALs/ADALs above the level prescribed by the Marine Corps order
- What are the medical equipment and
supplies required to support the patient during evacuation
- Patient movement items.
- When the tactical situation permits during combat operations, the
safest method of field disposal is _____ followed by
burial ___ ft.
over 6 ft.
- Responsibility for
neutralization and disposal of clothing, equipment, and dressings
removed during NBC decontamination processes resides with
the command’s ______
- NBC officer.
- What are the three phases of medical support in an amphibious operation?
- Assault Echelon
Assault follow on echelon
Follow on forces.
- Bas is normally divided into how many sections during the Assalt echelon
- Who advises the MAGTF Commander regarding medical and dental support
- MAGTF Surgeon.
- Who's mission is to provide integrated automation of the theater
- Theater Medical Information Program
- Who is responsible to the MEF commander
and MEF surgeon for coordinating preventive medicine
efforts among the division, the wing, and the FSSG.
- Preventive Medicine Officer
- Who provides
technical and specialized services in the field of disease vector
surveillance and control, as well as providing vector control
training to various agencies of the federal government.
- Navy Disease Vector Ecology and Control Centers
- can quickly identify infectious
and biologic threats to the deployed force.
- Forward Deployed Laboratory
basic clinical and applied field research directly related to
military requirements and operational needs.
- Naval Medical Research and Development Command
- Institute provides research related
to immediate operational problems
- The Naval Medical Research Institute
- the process of selecting destination
MTFs with the necessary HSS capabilities for patients being
- Medical regulating
- AE missions are classified as _______ or ________ .
- A MAW had how many aircraft groups?
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