Health Service Support Operations MCWP 4-11.1

  1. What is the main focus of Dental Battalion when operational?
    Dental Maintenance with a focus on emergency care
  2. What is MEDLOG mainly responsible for?
    Class VIII supplies, AMAL, ADAL
  3. What is the most mobile medical support platoon?
    Shock Trauma Platoon (STP)
  4. How many surgical platoons are in a surgical company?
  5. What size operations does a Surgical Company support?
    Regimental size
  6. What is the smallest possible unit to provide surgical care to combat casualties?
    Forward Resuscitative Surgical System (FRSS)
  7. What personnel are required to staff a FRSS?
    2 Surgeons, 1 Anesthesiologist, 1 Critical care nurse, 1 IDC, 1 8404 HM, 2 OR Techs
  8. How long can a FRSS hold a patient?
    4 hours
  9. An FRSS can perform _____ amount procedures over a _____ period before requiring resupply or relief of personnel.
    18 surgical procedures, 20 trauma resuscitations over a 48 hour period
  10. What are the dimensions of a FRSS?
    6300 lbs, 640 sq feet
  11. What staff are required for an En Route Care Platoon?
    1 critical care nurse, 1 8404 HM
  12. How far can an ERCP transport a patient in theater?
    240 nautical miles
  13. How many hours of care can an ERCP provide to a patient?
    2 hours
  14. Who is in charge of Phasing Support Ashore?
    Commander, Amphibious Task Force (CATF)
  15. What are the restrictions for Class VIII supplies on ship?
    Class VIII supplies can not be used on a ship unless authorized by CATF during an overwhelming medical emergency
  16. What are the phases during Phasing Support Ashore?
    • 1. Assault Phase - medical support limited to field med techs/self-aid/buddy-aid.
    • 2. Assault Follow-on Echelon - main medical at sea, limited FRSS/STP support comes ashore.
    • 3. Follow-on Forces - Medical sets up on shore
  17. What does CRTS stand for?
    Casualty Receiving and Treatment Ships
  18. What is the largest medical capability for an Amphibious Task Force?
    Casualty Receiving and Treatment Ships
  19. How many medical personnel staff the medical section of a CRTS?
  20. What medical capabilities does a CRTS typically have?
    4-6 Operating Rooms, 15 bed ICU, quiet room, 45 ward beds, 6 isolation and overflow beds
  21. What ships are typically tasked to be CRTS?
    LHA and LHD
  22. How many Fleet Surgical Teams are there between the Atlantic and Pacific fleets?
  23. Personnel who are assigned to the Health Service Augmentation Program are typically assigned to what units?
  24. Who can authorize increased manning for HSAP platforms when needed?
    Chief of Naval Operations
  25. What instruction governs the AMAL/ADAL list?
    MCO 6700.5
  26. An AMAL/ADAL can support a MEF for ____ days.
  27. An AMAL/ADAL can support a MEB for ____ days.
  28. An AMAL/ADAL can support a Maritime Prepositioned Force for ____ days.
  29. An AMAL/ADAL can support a MEU for ____ days.
  30. What does TLAMM/SIMLM stand for?
    • Theater Lead Agent for Medical Material
    • Single Integrated Medical Logistics Manager
  31. What branch of service has been tasked by the DoD to perform TLAMM/SIMLM operations in peace time?
    US Army
  32. What is the safest method of field disposal of Class VIII items during combat operations?
    Burning, followed by deep burial (6+ feet)
  33. What is the principle organization of Marine Corps Forces for all operations?
    Marine Air-Ground Task Force (MAGTF)
  34. What is the largest MAGTF?
    Marine Expeditionary Force (MEF)
  35. What Marine unit typically fulfills the sea-based forward-deployed capability?
    Marine Expeditionary Unit (MEU)
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Health Service Support Operations MCWP 4-11.1
MCWP 4-11.1 CH3, CH4, App A, Glossary