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1
Q

What is a Caduceus?

A

Short staff, two serpents, and sometimes surmounted by wings.

2
Q

What is a Cockpit?

A

-Place designated for care of the sick on a ship.

Commissioned March 2nd, 1799

3
Q

When is the Hospital Corpsman’s Birthday?

A

June 17th, 1898

4
Q

When was Loblolly Boy Classified as a rate?

A

1814

5
Q

Who are Loblolly Boys of distinction? (EX. First Loblolly Boy)

A

John Wall - First Loblolly Boy
John Domyn - First Loblolly POW
Joseph Anderson - First African-America Loblolly

6
Q

What were the locations of Corpsman School?

A
  • First was Portsmouth, VA
  • Second was San Diego, CA
  • Third was Great Lakes, IL
  • Fourth and current is San Antonio, TX
7
Q

How many Corpsman Died in World War I?

A
  • 17

- 146 wounded or gassed

8
Q

How many Corpsman Died in World War II?

A
  • 889 Died in Combat

- HMs established 97% casualty survival rate

9
Q

What was the name of Pharmacists that helped in the raising of flag on Mount Suribachi?

A

Pharmacists Mate John Bradley

10
Q

How many Medals Of Honor in Korea?

A

5 Medals Of Honor

11
Q

How many Medals Of Honor in Vietnam?

A

4 Medals Of Honor

12
Q

Korea

A
  • 108 killed in action

- Navy Meds treated 2,844 wounded over a period of 21 days

13
Q

Vietnam

A
  • 620 HM’s died as result of combat

- 3,353 wounded in action

14
Q

Iraq

A
  • HM’s served from 2003 to 2011

- 26 killed in action

15
Q

Who was the most decorated Marine?

A

Louis B. “Chesty” Puller

16
Q

How many Medals of Honor in Pre WWI?

A

4 Medals of Honor

17
Q

How many Medals of Honor in WWI?

A

2 Medals of Honor

18
Q

How many Medals of Honor in WWII?

A

7 Medals of Honor

19
Q

What is MANMED and its purpose?

A

-The “Bible” of Navy Medicine

20
Q

What is BUMED?

A

-Headquarters command for Navy Medicine.

21
Q

Who is in the Leadership position of BUMED?

A

-Navy Surgeon General

22
Q

Who is under Navy Surgeon General?

A

-Force Master Chief of Hospital Corps

23
Q

How many Chapters in MANMED? Name of some?

A

-23 chapters

  • CH 9 Hospital Corps
  • CH 10 Civilians
  • CH 15 Medical Examination
  • CH 16 Health Records
  • CH 19 FMF
24
Q

Who runs Directories?

A

Directors

25
Q

Gold Oak Leaf with Silver Acorn In Center

A

Medical Corps Officer

26
Q

Gold Oak Leaf with 2 Silver Acorns Under It

A

Dental Corps Officer

27
Q

Plain Gold Oak Leaf

A

Nurse Corps Officer

28
Q

Gold Oak Leaf with Branch at base

A

Medical Service Corps Officer

29
Q

Catastrophic Adverse Event

A

-Event caused by death, suicide, rape, and surgery on wrong patient or wrong body part

30
Q

Major Adverse Event

A

At hospital for 3 days or more

31
Q

Moderate Adverse Event

A

At hospital for less than 3 days

32
Q

Minor Adverse Event

A

No hospital stay

33
Q

Close Call

A
  • An event that COULD OF resulted in harm.

- Near Miss

34
Q

MTF

A

Military Treatment Facility

35
Q

MHS

A

Military Health System

36
Q

PSC

A

Patient Safety Center

37
Q

PSP

A

Patient Safety Program

38
Q

Code Blue

A

Cardiac Arrest

39
Q

Code Red

A

Fire

40
Q

Code Pink

A

Child or Infant Abduction

41
Q

Code Black

A

Bomb Threat

42
Q

Code Orange

A

Hazmat Spill or Release

43
Q

Code Gray

A

Violence alert, security alert, or combative person

44
Q

Code Green

A

Internal or External Mass Casualty

45
Q

Code Brown

A

Severe weather

46
Q

What are the 3 purposes of Law Armed Conflict?

A
  1. Integrate humanity into war.
  2. Preserve the fundamental human rights of persons who fall into the hands of the enemy.
  3. Assist in restoring peace.
47
Q

When was the Geneva Convention established?

A

1949

48
Q

What are the three categories of persons protected for their work?

A

First Category - Medical Personnel

Second Category - Auxiliary medical support personnel of the Armed Forces

Third Category - Personnel of aid societies of neutral countries

49
Q

NMCPHC

A

Navy and Marine Corps Public Health Center

50
Q

PHA

A

Periodic Health Assessment

51
Q

CFL

A

Command Fitness Leader

52
Q

DAPA

A

Drug and Alcohol Programs Advisor

53
Q

NADAP

A

Navy Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention