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What is BUMEDINST 6440.5C?

Health Services Augmentation Program

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What is BSO?

Budget Submitting Office

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What is CRO?

Command Readiness Officer

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What is POMI?

Plans, Operations, and Medical Intelligence

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Deployable personnel must complete admin requirements within how many days of reporting?

30 days

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HSAP personnel are identified, notified and prepared for deployment within how many days or reporting?

30 days

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What is OSO?

Operational Support Officer

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Deployment history of all active component personnel is entered into what?

EMPARTS and ITEMPO

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Personnel with a past deployment history will no deploy for a minimum of?

6 months (180 days)

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Members may participate in pre-deployment or inter-deployment training beginning?

60 days after reporting

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Personnel will return for deployment when?

3 months before RAD
6 months before PCS or retirement

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A or T status updates must be reported to who and when?

POMI/OSO within 15 days

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What is the dependency application/record of emergency data worksheet?

NAPERS 1070/602W

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Manning priorities are:

MARFOR
CRTS
FDPMU
EMF
CBU
T-AH
OCONUS MTF
BPU

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CRTS map our how many personnel each and provide what level HSS?

84 personnel
Level 2 HSS

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USMC unit staffing goal is what during peacetime and what during wartime?

80% peactime
95% wartime

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OCONUS MTF's provide what level HSS?

Level 4

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Hospital ships (T-AH) provide what level HSS?

Level 3

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BSO 18 personnel are under operational control by who, until when?

Parent command until they report to the COCOM

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BSO 18 personnel admin control remains with who?

Parent command

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Who may implement a stop-loss policy service wide?

CNO

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Readiness Categories:

Routine Deployable - ready within 5 days
Surge Ready - ready within 30 days
Emergency Surge - ready within 120 days

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What is SORTS?

Status of Resources and Training System

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SORTS Categories:

C1 - Fully mission capable
C2 - Minor deficiencies
C3 - Major Deficiencies
C4 - Unable to perform
C5 - Not mission capable

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How many CRTS augmentation teams are there?

11

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T-AH readiness catergories:

Routine ready - ready in 5 days support 250 beds
Surge ready - ready in 30 days support 500 beds
Emergency ready - ready in 120 days support 1000 beds

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First call personnel must report to duty station within?

72 hours

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What is EMPARTS?

Expeditionary Medicine Platform Augmentation, Readiness and Training System

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What is ITEMPO?

tracks and reports deployment days who are away from homeport/unit

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What is R-STATUS?

measures overall readiness of a member, based on training

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The CRO will provide an LOA within how many days?

10 days

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Who will adjust individuals PRD as appropriate?

NAVPERS (PERS-451)