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What is the responsibility of the Operational Support Officer (OSO)?

He is pretty much a support system who is responsible for knowing and being able to assume the CRO and POMI positions if needed.

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During wartime and contingency situations, platforms will be manned to maximum extent. List in order where augmentees will be manned based on priority.(There are 8)

Marine Forces (MARFOR), Casualty Receiving and Treatment Ship (CRTS), Forward Deployed Preventive Medicine Unit (FDPMU), Expeditionary Medical Facility (EMF), Construction Battalion Unit (CBU), Hospital Ship (T-AH), Outside Continental United States (OCONUS) MTF, Blood Processing Unit (BPU)

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The CRO will provide a letter of assignment (LOA) identifying their platform assignment/status, responsibilities, uniform, and training requirements for all CUIC personnel, within how many days of reporting to the command?

10 days

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As a medical augmentee assigned to the Marine Forces (MARFOR) you could be attached to one of four divisions within the Marine Force. Name the four divisions.

Marine Expeditionary Force (MEF), Marine Division (MARDIV), Marine Aircraft Wing (MAW), or Marine Logistics Group (MLG)

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Marine Forces provide up to what level of health service support (HSS)?

Level 2 health service support (HSS

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HSAP billets assigned to USMC units will be filled with qualified personnel at a minimum of______ percent peacetime and_______ percent wartime?

80% peacetime and 95% wartime

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All Hospital Corpsmen will be qualified Field Medical Service Technicians (NEC 8404), so that they may be assigned to what two units?

The Marine Operating Forces and the Naval Mobile Construction Battalions (NMCB)

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True or False: Only males will be assigned to the Marine Division (MARDIV) unless females are specifically requested?

True

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How many augmentees are assigned to the Casualty Receiving and Treatment Ships (CRTS)?

84

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Casualty receiving and Treatment Ships (CRTS) provide up to what level of health service support (HSS)?

Level 2 health service support (HSS)

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Sourcing Commands, because they supply the bodies for deployments and augmentations, must have Deployment Support Centers (DCS) set up within the command. Who is responsible for establishing the guidelines for developing these Deployment Support Centers?

BUMED

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If BUMED is responsible for establishing the guidelines for developing Deployment Support Centers, who within the sourcing command is actually responsible for the execution of the DSC and the HSA Program as a whole?

Plans, Operations, and Medical Intelligence (POMI) Officer.

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You should ensure HSAP personnel are identified, notified, meet administrative requirements, and prepare for deployment within how many days of checking onboard?

30 days

14

The deployment history of all active component personnel is entered into EMPARTS and the Individual Personnel Tempo (ITEMPO) data system. How is this info used?

They use it to manage medical augmentees and decide who to deploy

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If you are on deployment and you are about PCS, Retire, being released from active duty (RAD), or Separate, how many months must you return before hand?

6 months prior for PCS or Retirement 3 months prior for (RAD) or Separation

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True or False: Detailers and commands can assign qualified personnel to only one cuic and bsc.

True

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Construction Battalion Units (CBU) provide up to what level of health service support (HSS)?

Level 1 health service support (HSS)

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What unit assumes the name of the primary sourcing command for the manpower set?

Expeditionary Medical Facility (EMF)

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Expeditionary Medical Facilities (EMF) provide up to what level of health service support (HSS)?

Level 3 health service support (HSS)

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OCONUS MTF’s provide personnel augmentation and expanded bed capacity for three of our overseas United States Naval Hospitals. Which hospitals are we referring to?

Yokosuka, Okinawa, and Guam

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HMs will Complete administrative readiness requirements within 30 days of check-in and maintain requirements continually thereafter.

CRO will ensure Budgets and executes plan to obtain clothing and equipment required to support augmentees and to coordinate readiness training.

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Personnel augmentation and expanded bed capacity are provided to USNAVHOSPs Yokosuka, Okinawa, and Guam for up to Level 4 HSS of regional contingency plans.

EMF COs are designated by BUMED

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The hospital ships provide up to Level 3 HSS. The ships are owned by Military Sealift Command (MSC) and operated by civilian mariners. T-AH MTF CO and XO are nominated by BUMED.

Name tapes for uniforms will be paid for by the service member.

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Stop-Loss Policy. Depending on the operational situation, the CNO may direct implementation of a Stop-Loss Policy Service-wide or for certain rates or officer specialties.

USMC personnel management policies do not automatically apply to Navy personnel even when they are actively assigned to Marine Corps units as organic or augmented personnel.

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There are 3 readiness categories: routine deployable, surge ready, emergency surge.

Routine Deployable. Forward deployed crisis response forces that are mission capable and ready to deploy within 5 days.in support of a 250-bed configuration.

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Surge Ready. Forces designated for the force build-up stage that are ready and capable of mobilizing and deploying within 30 days to support a
500-bed configuration.

Emergency Surge. Additional forces designated for further follow-on stages that are ready and capable of deploying within 120 days in support of the 1,000-bed configuration..

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BSO definition: Budget Submitting Office

End

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Routine Deployable Tier I

Calls for forces to deploy within 4 to 10 days of notification. These are
the most ready forces.

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Surge Ready Tier II

Calls for forces to deploy within 30 to 60 days of notification. This delay
allows for more JIT training opportunities, so their level of current readiness is
expected to be a little less.

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Emergency Surge Tier III

Considered a follow-on force in that it calls for forces to deploy within 60 to 120
days. With the longer lead time, a greater amount of risk can be assumed to rely on additional training, manning, or
equipping to occur prior to deployment, or the utilization of Reserves to meet the
requirement.

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The Status of Resources and Training System
(SORTS)

establishes joint readiness reporting requirements for
reporting readiness of personnel, training, and equipment.

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SORTS Categories C1

The unit is capable of undertaking the full wartime mission it was
organized and designed for. It is considered fully mission capable.

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SORTS Categories C2.

The unit is capable of undertaking the bulk of its wartime mission. It is
considered substantially combat ready with only minor deficiencies reported.

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SORTS Categories C3.

The unit is capable of undertaking a major portion of its wartime mission. While it has major deficiencies, it can still perform its assigned mission.

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SORTS Categories C4.

The unit is unable to perform its wartime mission unless it is provided additional resources or training. However, if the situation warrants, the unit may still be required to perform portions of its mission using its existing resources.

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SORTS Categories C5.

The unit is not able to perform its wartime mission and is not mission capable. Routinely this status is assigned to ships in major overhauls, which cannot be deployed because of the need for substantial maintenance.

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