Flashcards in MCWP 4-11.1 Deck (46):
What is MCWP 4-11.1?
Health Services Support Operations
What are the six principles of Health Services Support Operations?
Medical plans include what functions?
Temporary casualty holding
Temporary casualty holding is usually limited to how many hours?
What HSS unit is staffed and equipped to provide temporary casualty holding?
Medical Battalion (FSSG)
The law of land warfare is derived from how many principles?
What are the two principle sources of land warfare?
Custom treaties and Hague/Geneva Convention
The Armed Forces Medical Intelligence Center(AFMIC) is a field production activity of who?
The Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA)
Who is the sole producer of medical intelligence for DoD?
The size, type and configuration of HSS capabilities to support a MAGTF is determined by?
Time - support available
What are the two phases of patient movement?
Evacuation and Medical regulating
Where is Naval Medical Research and Development Command located?
Where is the Navy Environmental Health Center located?
During what time may an operational commander request MMART and from whom?
Peacetime and from the CNO
What are the four areas of C2?
Communications & Information
What is the safest method of field disposal?
Burning, followed by deep burial (over 6ft)
T/E and AMALS and ADALS can support a MEF for how long?
How many beds and operating rooms does a surgical company have?
60 beds and 3 OR's
How many beds does an STP hold?
Medical Battalion has how many surgical companies and STP's?
3 surgical companies
Who has majority of the MEF's medical capabilites?
How many MAG's are in a MAW?
Medical staff of a Marine Air Wing consist of?
Medical staff of Division HQ consist of who?
Division Surgeon General
MARFOR deals with what matters, while the MEF is focused on what?
MARFOR - Operational
MEF - Tactical
Who decides to allocate aircraft for AE missions?
Who plans for medical evacuation aircraft?
Logistics Movement Coordination Center (LMCC)
Dedicated medical evacuation assets are protected under what?
Air evacuation missions are classified as what?
preplanned or immediate
Blister agents show signs of exposure when?
immediately or up to 14 days later
Biological exposure will show signs when?
hours to days after exposure
What is form DD 1380?
U.S. Field Medical Card
How many dog tags are issued?
What information is on a dog tag?
Protective mask size
Where are the two FMSS's located?
Camp Lejeune, NC
Camp Pendleton, CA
Armed services blood program consists of how many?
116 blood banks and donor centers
43 FDA licensed blood donor centers
How many Navy blood banks are overseas?
The Navy Blood Program operates under FDA license number?
Armed services whole blood processing laboratory does what?
-Retypes blood for A, B, O and RH only
-Maintains peacetime inventory of 250 units of liquid blood
How much blood can a transshipment center store and process?
up to 7,200 units of blood daily
Blood supply units do what?
provide a 5 day storage supply
BSU's can support how many MTF's?
up to 12
Lab supply testing for 100 pt's
X-ray supply support for 100 pt's (10per pt)
Pharmacy supply for 1000 pt's