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MCWP 4-11.1, HEALTH SERVICE SUPPORT OPERATIONS; CHAPTER 1, 10, 3, 4
 

Chapter1 Fundamentals
Chapter2 Inteligence
Chapter3 Operations
Chapter 4 Logistics
Chapter9 NBC Defense
Chapter10 CombatCasualtyReporting

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FSSG (MLG) supports GCE and ACE.

The MLG has a MED BN with 3 surgical companies with 8 shock trauma platoons

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Temporary casualty holding—facilities and services to hold sick,wounded,and injured personel for a limited time,usualy not to exced 72hours. The medical battalion,for ceser- vice support group,is the only HS unit staffed and equiped to provide temporary casualty holding.

Casualty treatment—triage and treatment  (self-aid ,buddy aid, and initial resuscitative care

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The battalion has 260 holding beds
9 ORs

Med Bn has a H&S Co and 3 surg co.

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H&S has 8 STPs with 10 holding beds each total of 80 beds

Surg Co has 60 beds and 3 ORs.

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The total
T/E and AMALs/ADALs are designed to support a MEF in an
estimated worst case scenario for a 60 day period of combat.
 


Who manages the MAP?
BUMED

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Who's mission is to provide integrated automation of the theater
medical environment.
 

Theater Medical Information Program
(TMIP).

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DD 1380 is the U.S. Field Medical Card

The carbon copy of the field medical card is kept by the HM who made it.

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PIC (portable information carrier) is used to store electronic medical data.

Blister agents can take up to 14 days to show signs.

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Personnel, ground vehicles, and aircraft are the main way to evac patients.

Decon of biological weapons can be done with soap and water.

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