P-5010 CHAP9.txt

  1. A copy of the preventive medicine After Action Report should be sent to whom?
  2. What are the three phases of the After Action Report?
    • 1. Predeployment
    • 2. Deployment
    • 3. Post-deployment
  3. Personnel deployed for less than 6 months must submit their AAR within how many days of mission completion?
    15 Days
  4. Personnel Deployed for 6 months or more must submit their AAR within how many days of mission completion?
    30 Days
  5. What AMALS does the FSSG of MEF use for MEF size operations?
  6. When using ground water sources for water supply they must be located how many feet from all existing sources of contamination and situated so that the drainage is away from the well or spring?
    100 feet
  7. What is the name of the unit used to desalinize salt water through the process of reverse osmosis for drinking water?
    ROWPU( reverse osmosis water purification unit)
  8. What is the most common field purification water system in use?
  9. What is the name of the unit that is a quick response water purification system capable of aerating, clarifying, filtering and disinfecting contaminated water?
  10. What is the most common method of disinfecting potable water?
  11. What chlorination agent is the preferred agent for chlorination?
    Calcium hypochlorite 65-70% (HTH)
  12. Iodine tablets in good condition should be what color in appearance?
    Steel gray
  13. What is the procedure for disinfecting water in canteens?
    • a. Fill canteen with cleanest clearest water available
    • b. Add two iodine tablets to each canteen/double amount for 2 quart canteens
    • c. Place cap loosely on canteen and wait 5 minutes/shake canteen vigorously
    • d. Tighten cap and wait an additional 30 minutes
  14. When disinfecting a 5 gallon container how many iodine tablets due you use?
    40 iodine tablets
  15. What is the most simple, effective method of disinfecting nonpotable water? For how long do you do it?
    Boiling/ 2 minutes
  16. All containers used for the treatment, storage or distribution of water must be clean and clearly labeled what?
    Potable Water
  17. How often do you test water supplies for FAC residual?
  18. Field water supplies must be tested for bacteria how often?
  19. How many thermometers are required on all bulk storage refrigerators/freezers?
    One Internal and One External
  20. Bulk storage refrigerators/freezers must have there temperatures read and logged how many times a day?
    At least three times a day or during each meal period
  21. Refrigerated space should be emptied and thoroughly cleaned how often?
    Once per week
  22. These spaces must be defrosted whenever the frost accumulation of the cooling coils exceeds what?
    1/4 of an inch
  23. Field reefers and freezers will be maintained at what temperatures?
    • Reefers at or below 40 F
    • Freezers at or below 0 F
  24. True of False, Food service physicals will be given prior to deployment?
  25. True or False, Chopping and grinding of meat in the field is allowed by food service handlers?
  26. In the field all leftovers must be disposed of as?
  27. Ice machines in field messes must have a ice scoop and is not for self service. How often are these ice scoops cleaned?
  28. The Four Hour Time Rule must be strictly enforced in the field. Any foods that have been held between 40 F and 140 F for greater than 4 hrs must be disposed of as what?
  29. Vat cans ovens, stoves, grills, and other food preparation and serving equipment must be thoroughly cleaned and sanitized how often?
    After each meal period
  30. True or False, all mess gear will be air dry only?
  31. What must be constructed to dispose of waste water from the food service area?
    Soakage Pits
  32. The MRE presently has the shelf life of how many months?
    48 months
  33. What term includes all types of refuse resulting form the living activities of humans and animals?
  34. What is used for the disposal of human waste while troops are on the march?
    Cat hole
  35. What is the diameter and depth of a cat hole?
    • 8-12 inches diameter
    • 6-12 inches deep
  36. In temporary bivouacs (1-3 days), what is used for the disposal of human waste?
    Straddle trench
  37. Latrines should be built at least how far from nearest natural water source, food service areas and berthing areas?
    • 100 feet
    • 100 yards
    • 50 feet
  38. A straddle trench will accommodate how many personnel and how many people at once?
    • 25 people
    • 2 at a time
  39. One 4 seat deep pit latrine is required for how many people?
    50 people
  40. All burn barrel latrines will be primed with 3 inches of what prior to placing them into service?
    Diesel fuel
  41. When a burn barrel is how full must it be removed from the structure and burned out?
    1/2 to 2/3 full
  42. What type of temporary latrine is indicated when higher ground water levels or rock formations prevent the digging of a deep pit?
    Mound latrines
  43. What temporary latrine is most effectively used in sandy soil?
    Urine soakage pit
  44. One urine trough is designed to serve how many people?
    100 people
  45. When should a latrine pit be closed?
    When a latrine pit become filled with wastes to within 1 foot of ground level or abandoned.
  46. One soakage pit will service a field mess serving how many people or less?
    200 people
  47. What is used for the disposal of liquid waste when soakage pits are not available due to water level or rock formations?
    Soakage trenches
  48. What is the most effective device for removing grease in the field mess?
    Baffle grease trap
  49. When troops are on the march or in camps for less than a week what garbage disposal method is used? How far must it be from a natural water source?
    Burial in pits or trenches and 100 feet
  50. What garbage burial method is preferred for overnight halts and will service up to 100 personnel?
  51. What garbage disposal method is used for stays for 2 days or more?
    Continuous trench
  52. What garbage disposal method is used in camps that will be used for 1 week or more?
  53. Incinerators must be how many yards from camp and away from flammables?
    50 yards
  54. What type of incinerator will handle the garbage of an entire battalion?
    Incline plane incinerator
  55. What heat injury is considered a medical emergency?
  56. What is the most effective way of assessing the effect of heat stress on the human body?
    WBGT (Wet Bulb, Globe Temperature) Index
  57. What are the five flag conditions set and temperatures for the WBGT Index?
    • White- less than 80
    • Green- 80-84.9
    • Yellow- 85-87.9
    • Red- 88-89.9
    • Black- 90 or above
  58. How many points is added to the WBGT Index when wearing body armor or NBC protective equipment?
    10 points
  59. What cold injury is a serious condition which may occur in as little as 24 hrs in environments where the water temp. is below 50 degrees and above 50 degrees for 48-72 hrs?
    Immersion syndrome
  60. What occurs from exposure to ambient or wind chill temperatures below freezing?
  61. What is the general cooling of the body s core temperature called?
  62. What percentage of body heat is lossed through the head in a cold environment?
  63. What diseases are those diseases that are transmitted from a carrier to a susceptible host?
    Communicable Diseases
  64. What is the prophylactic medication for prevent of malaria?
    Doxycycline or Chloroquine and primaquine
  65. What is the term used for human feces that is used for fertilizer in underdeveloped nations?
    Night Soil
  66. What is an infestation of lice on various parts of the body called?
  67. What is an infectious disease of the skin caused by a mite?
  68. Regulations pertaining to communicable disease reporting are contained in what NAVMEDCOMINST series, Disease Alert Reports?
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