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What is a process that delivers on demand to the warfighter a healthy, fit, and medically ready force; counters the health threat to the deployed force; and provides critical care and management for combat casualties?

Health Service Support (HSS)

Whose mission is to minimize the effects that wounds; injuries, and disease have on units effectiveness, readiness, and morale?

HSS

What function of the medical plan must integrate and comply with the commander's plan?

Conformity

What function of the medical plan must provide HSS as close to combat operations as the tactical situation permits?

Proximity

What function of the medical plan must shift HSS resources to meet changing requirements?

Flexibility

What function of the medical plan must anticipate requirements for rapid movement of HSS units to support combat forces during operations?

Mobility

What function of the medical plan must provide optimum, uniterrupted care and treatment to the wounded, injured, and sick?

Continuity

What function of the medical plan must ensure that HSS resources in short supply are efficiently employed and used effectively to support the planned operations?

Coordination

What requires continuous attention before, during, and after deployment to sustain maximum readiness and warfighting capability?

Wellness

What forms of threat does HSS focus on?

Enemy and Health

How long do temporary holding casualty facilities keep sick, wounded, and injured personnel?

72 hours

What warfare is derived from two principal sources: custom treaties and lawmaking treaties such as the Hague and Geneva Conventions?

Law of Land

What year were military forces directed to abide by the articles of the Geneva Conventions?

1949

What is a fundamental component of command and control that aids the commander in applying combat power at the decisive time and place?

Intelligence

What is a field production activity of the DIA; it is the sole producer of medical intelligence in the DOD?

Armed Forces Medical Intelligence Center (AFMIC)

Which commanders are responsible for coordinating and integrating HSS within their AOR?

Marine Corps Forces (MARFOR)

The MARFOR deals with matters on the operational level of war, but the MEF is more focused toward what level?

Tactical

How many MAGs make up a MAW?

4

Who advises the commander on the health of the command and the adequacy of internal FSSG HSS?

Group Surgeon

Who serves as the OIC of the medical section of the CSSOC during exercises or operations?

HSSO

What provides initial resuscitative support to the MEF and is the only source of organic Marine Corps medical support above the aid station level?



Primary mission is to perform emergency medical and surgical procedures to save life, limb, or eyesight.

Medical Battalion

The medical battalion structure has how many holding beds and how many ORs?

260 beds



9 ORs

Each surgical company contains how many beds and how many ORs?

60 Beds



3 ORs

Who provides the MTFs for resuscitative surgery, med. tx, and temp. holding of casualties from supported forces; also prepare and evac casualties whose medical requirments exceed capability?

Surgical Company

In an operational environment the dental battalion's primary mission is?

Provide dental health maintenance with a focus on Emergency type of care

What FSSG is a supply operation directly responsible to the FSSG supply battalion CO?

Med Log Company

During the movement phase of amphibious ops, who has overall responsibility for the HSS services to embarked personnel?

Commander, Amphibious Task Force (CATF)

What system encompasses the provision of medical supplies, equipment maintenance and repair, blood management, and optical fabrication to all joint forces with the theater of operations? EXCEPT NAVY COMBATANT SHIPS

Single Integrated Medical Logistics Manager



(SIMLIM)

What are the medical equipment and supplies required to support the pt during evac (ventilators, vs monitors)?

Patient Movement Items (PMI)

The plan for a PMI exchange system and the return of AE equipment and PMI to the originating MTF should be addressed in what plan?

Operations Plan (OPLAN)

When the tactical situation permits during combat ops the safest method of field disposal is?

Burning followed by burial over 6 feet

Medical material and supplies are protected under what?

Law of Land Warfare & Geneva Conventions

What manual sets forth admin inst. and formats to develop (OPLANs), concept plans, operation orders?

CJCSM 3122.03



Joint Operations Planning and Execution System, Vol. II, Planning Formats and Guidance

With the HSS organization there are how many Command and Control (C2) areas?

4

What is the HSS requirments generator and analysis tool supported by GCCS at the Marine Corps component level for planning and execution of HSS?

Medical Analysis Tool (MAT)

Which efforts can dramatically reduce the incidence of disease during military operations?

Preventive Medicine

What type of surveillance data should be used to brief commanders on potential medical and environmental threats and on the effectiveness of PMT measures?

Real-Time Disease

During peacetime an operational commander may request preventive medicine MMART assistance from whom?

Chief of Naval Operations

The Navy Environmental Health Center is located where and supports who?



They disseminate PMT info from BUMED

Norfolk, VA



Operational Units

Who conducts basic clinical and applied field research directly related to military requirements and operational needs?

Naval Medical Research and Development Command



Bethesda, MD

Name a casualty management system?

Patient Movement

What is the process of selecting destination MTFs with the necessary HSS capabilities for PTs being evac'd in and out of different theaters?

Medical Regulating

What assets are pt movement assets configured for medical evacuation, externally marked with a red cross, and specifically reserved to support the med evac mission?

DEDICATED Medical Evacuation

What assets are nonmedical pt movement assets, not marked, but allocated for pt movements?

DESIGNATED Medical Evacuation

What are mission that are classified as preplanned or immediate?

AE

What actions causes high casualty rates, materiel losses, obstacles to maneuver, and contamination?

NBC

What HSS personnel aboard ATF ships augment ATF medical and dental departments by providing care to embarked LF personnel using ship's company medical facilities and supplies?

Landing Force (LF)

What equipment and supplies will not be used aboard ship unless authorized by the MAGTF commander in support of an overwhelming emergency?

LF CLASS VIIIA

Who have the largest medical capability of any amphibious ship in the ATF and support the primary role of a beach evacuation?

CRTSs

ATF ships suitable for use as CRTSs are what classes?

LHD



LHA



LPH

What are transportable, medically and surgically intensive, and deployable in a variety of operational scenarios?

Fleet Hospitals

What is a floating surgical hospital and designed to receive patients primarily by what means?

T-AH



Helicopter

How many fleet surgical teams are there?

9

What provide rapid peacetime response teams of pre-identified medical department personnel trained to augment elements of the operating forces?

Mobile Medical Augmentation Readiness Teams



MMARTs

What is the means by which operating forces are brought to wartime manning levels by personnel augmentation from CONUS-based activities?



And is managed by who?

Medical Augmentation Program (MAP)



BUMED

The total table equipment (T/E) (items necessary for basic support) and AMALs/ADALs are designed to support a MEF in an estimated worst case scenario for a period of combat for how long?

60 days

The authorizing commander is responsible for funding AMALs/ADALs above the level prescribed by which Marine Corps order?

4400 Series

During the Civil War, more Federal soldiers died from disease than wounds; how man killed in battle, died of wounds, died of disease?

44,200



49,200



189,200