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What are some examples of the HSS Planning considerations

Health support for detainees
Threats
Medical Intel
Patient movement
MEDLOG support
Clinical capability assessments
Environmental surveillance

2

In general, what are the components for typical joint and multinational task force command structures?

Air components
Land Components
Maritime components
Special Ops task forces

3

DIME (elements of national power)

Diplomatic
Information
Military
Economic

4

Describe the diplomatic element of national power

Humanitarian misions, international relations

5

Describe the information element of national power

Consider how and through what media information is released

6

Describe the Military element of national power

Provides manpower, flexibility, and adaptability to execute missions and with the appropirate tools necessary to do so

7

Describe the economic element of national power

Fuels the ability to conduct medical missions and operations

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Describe the Strategic-Operational-Tactical framework in regards to the command at each section and the general role of it

Strategic: O8-O10 -
Operational: O6-O7
Tactical: O1-O3

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SOT Framework - Operational

O6 - O7
Issues which require planning and coordinated execution at the larger corporate or MAJCOM level. Also in charge of the interservice communication across time zones and geography

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SOT Framework - Strategic

O8 - O10
Fundamental, overarching themes which are the heart of the military medical mission, the mission of the DOD and thus, national defense.

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SOT Framework - Tactical

O1 - O3
Practical, local issues and processes which build the basis for operational and strategic success. This is a group where specific skill sets are very important.

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What is LOAC?

Law of Armed Conflict - Outlines articles for international law as it pertains to protection of victims on the battle field

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Article 32 of the LOAC

Prohibits scientific experimentation on detainees

14

LOAC - Article 38

Must provide medical care

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LOAC - Article 76

Protected persons accused of offenses shall be detained in the occupied country

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LOAC - Article 91

Hygiene and medical attention

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LOAC - Article 92

Medical inspections of camps

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LOAC - Article 127

Medical care during transportation

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What status is a POW according to the Geneva Convention?

GC Status III

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What status is a civilian according to the Geneva Convention?

GC Status IV

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Malfeasance

the performance by a public official of an act that is legally unjustified, harmful, or contrary to law; wrongdoing (used especially of an act in violation of a public trust).

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AR 190-8

Enemy POWs, retained personnel, civilian internees and other detainees will all be provided the same standard of medical care available to soldiers (Tenents of Detention Healthcare)

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Seven Tenents of Detention Healthcare

1. Casualties/Detainees will receive the same medical ethics and standards of care as for coalition forces
2. All detainees treated with dignity and respect
3. Detainees have the right to informed consent and the right to refusal
4. All exams must be documented in their medical record
5. All allegations of abuse/torture/etc must be reported immediately
6. Medical personnel will never participate in interrogations
7. Always maintain the moral high ground

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Apply the SOT framework to providing care for the enemy

Tactical: Doing what you are trained to do as physicians

Operational: Convert insurgents to neutrality towards the U.S. (don't have to like us, just don't hate us)

Strategic: America's reputation is at stake. Do the right things as soldiers

25

What is "shift in cognition?"

perceived reality changes during wartime environments; keeping an open mind becomes harder to do

26

What is "victim blame?"

Holding victims responsible for their own fate

27

Henri Dunant

Formed international committee of the Red Cross which would be provided protected status

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1864 Geneva Convention

Outlined who should recieve care and how. Protecting life, ensuring respect/dignity, and protecting locations designated by certain symbolism were all important tenents

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U.S. Response to international need:

Nutrition

UNICEF

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U.S. Response to international need:

Health

WHO

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U.S. Response to international need:

Water/Sanitation

UNICEF

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U.S. Response to international need:

Shelter

UNHCR and IFRC for disasters

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U.S. Response to international need:

Protection

UNHCR

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U.S. Response to international need:

Camp Management

UNHCR, IOM for disasters

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U.S. Response to international need:

Recovery

UNDP

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U.S. Response to international need:

Logistics

WFP

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U.S. Response to international need:

Emergency Communication

WFP

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U.S. Response to international need:

Food, Security

FAO, WFP

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U.S. Response to international need:

Education

UNICEF, Save the Children

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Disaster Cycle

1. Disaster
2. Recovery
3. Mitigation
4. Preparedness
5. Repeat