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Who establishes a DSC and develops a local policy and procedures manual for implementation of the DSC and execusion of the HSAP?
Command Readiness Officer (CRO)
Who maintains knowledge of platform requirements as reflected in CUIC billets and AMDs?
CRO
Who coordinates with manpower officer/staff to ensure appropriate CUIC billets assignments are made?
CRO
Who updates EMPARTS to maintain readiness status of HSAP personnel?
CRO
Who uses HSAP to ensure deployable personnel complete administrative requirements within 30 working days or reporting?
CRO
Who coordinates military medical readiness skills training requirements for assigned personnel and ensures training requirements are met expeditiously as possible?
CRO
Who ensures HSAP personnel are identified, notified and prepared for deployment within 30 days of reporting to command?
CRO
Who ensures the senior leadership element identified, aware of responsibilities in the event of a deployment, and has a clear understanding of administrative and training requirements for their respective platforms?
CRO
Who conducts entry and exit interviews for staff personnel executing PCS orders and coordinates with contingency offices and military personnel (MILPERS) department to ensure database files are correctly annotated?
CRO
Who budgets and executes plan to obtain clothing and equipment required to support augmentees and to coordinate readiness training?
CRO
Who assigns all qualified residual personnel to vacant platform billets?
CRO
Who assigns all qualified residual personnel to fill temporary billet vacancies for individuals in non-deployable status based on appropriate substitution policy?
CRO
Who is responsible to be familiar with policies and procedures governing the HSAP, DSC, and local readiness programs?
OSO
Who must be able to assume readiness officer or POMI officer functional responsibilities, including HSaP responsibilities for sourcing command?
OSO
Who advises and supports the CO regarding Reserve issues in the event of implementation of the HSAP?
OSO
What platform has first priority manning?
Marine Forces (MARFOR)
What platform has second priority manning?
Casualty Receiving and Treatment Ships (CTRTS)
What platform has third priority manning?
Forward Deployed Preventive Medicine Units (FDPMU)
What platform has fourth priority manning?
Expeditionary Medical Facility (EMF)
After Expeditionary Medical Facilities (EMF) what platform has the next priority?
Construction Battalion Unit (CBU)
What platform has priority manning before Outside Continental United States (OCCONUS) MTF?
Hospital Ship (T-AH)
What platform is the last priority for manning purposes?
Blood Processing Units (BPU)
Within how many days of reporting to the command will the CRO provide a letter of assignment (LOA) for all CUIC personnel?
Within 10 days of reporting, the CRO will provide a LOA
What will be included in the LOA for CUIC personnel?
Platform assignment/status, responsibilities, uniform, and training requirements will be included in the LOA
Up to what level HSS will be provided for MEF, MARRDIV, MAW and MLG?
Up to Level 2 HSS
What is the minimum staffing level percentage for peacetime Marine Operating Forces HSAP billet assignments?
80 percent
What is the minimum staffing level percentage for wartime Marine Operating Forces HSAP billet assignments?
95 percent
When will females be assigned to MARDIV billets?
Females will be assigned to MARDIV assignments when specifically requested
What is the number of personnel assigned to a CRTS MAP?
84 personnel
Medical augmentation of CBU in support of Naval Mobile Construction Battalions provide up to what Level HSS?
CBU in support of Naval Mobile Construction Battalions medical augmentation will provide up to Level 1 HSS
Up to what level HSS do EMFs provide?
EMF are task-organized to provide up to Level 3 HSS
Who designates EMF COs?
BUMED designates EMF COs
Up to what Level HSS do Hospital Ships Provide?
Up to Level 3 HSS
Who owns Hospital Ships?
Military Sealift Comman (MSC)
Who operates Hospital Ships?
Civilian mariners operate Hospital Ships
Who nominates T-AH MTF COs and XOs?
BUMED nominates T-AH MTF COs and XOs
Who designates the FDPMU OIC?
The FDPMU OIC is designated by CO, NEHC, Navy Enviromental Health Center
Who will source augmentation once the mission exceeds the capability of the organic Surgeon saff?
Fleet Forces Command will source augmentation once the mission exceeds the capabilities of the organic Surgeon staff
Administrative Control of BSO 18 personnel remains with who?
Adminstrative Control of BSO 18 personnel remains with the parent command
True/False
Enlisted Personnel are not obligated to purchase organizational clothing.
True
True/False

Officers are not required to purchase uniforms.
False
Who provides PPE to augmented personnel?
Personal Protective Equipment is prescribed by the COCOM for the mission
Who manages the EOB, expense operating budget?
NOMI
What does the Acronym COCOM stand for?
Combatant Commander
Who is usually responsible for travel and TAD expenses for the duration of the deployment unless otherwise directed?
COCOM, Combatant Commander
What is Navy Medicine's primary mission?
Navy Medicine's primary mission to provide trained personnel to the Operating Forces
What is the BUMEDINST 6440.5
Health Searvice Augmentaiton Progam (HSAP)
Who is responsible fpr promulgating individual and collective training for medical forces supporting the USMC?
Marine Corps Training and Education Command (TECOM) is responsible for promulgating individual and collective training for medical forces supporting the USMC
Who will provide specific guidance regarding uniforms, immunizations, individual combat equipment, reporting requirements, training, passport/visa requirements and transportstion?
COCOM
What is the minimum time period personnel with past deployment histories must wait in between deployments?
6 months (180 days)
Personnel will not deploy earlier than what time period of their report date?
6 months (180 days)
How many days after reporting can personnel participate in pre-deployment or inter-deployment training?
60 days after reporting
Personnel will return from deployment no later than how many days before PCS?
180 days
Personnel will return from deployment no later than how many days before retirement?
180 days
Personnel will return from deployment no later than how many days before release from active duty or separation?
90 days
In cases where a command must deploy personnel outside of the restrictions, the command must receive approval from where?
Regional Commander
Who will adjust an individuals projected rotation date if a command must deploy personnel outside of the restrictions?
Commander, Navy Personnel Command
True/False
USMC personnel management policies automatically apply to Navy personnel when they are actively assigned to Marine Corps units as organic or augements personnel.
False
Who will normally coordinate personnel policies promulgated to support continigencies?
HQMC and OPNAV
Who will execute validated personnel requirements?
BUMED-M1
Who will coordinate with other BUMED codes and direct the deployment of BSO 18 capability from within NAVMED Regions?
BUMED-M1
Who monitors accuracy of EMPARTS?
BUMED
Who ensures that augmentation personnel meet readiness requirements?
BUMED
Forward deployed crisis response forces that are mission capable and ready to deploy within 5 days
Routine Deployable
Forces designated for the force build-up stage that are ready and capable of mobilizing and deploying within 30 days
Surge Ready
Additional forces designated for further follow-on stages that are ready and capable of deploying within 120 days.
Emergency Surge
What establishes joint readiness reporting requirements for reporting readiness of personnel, training, and equipment?
Status of Resources and Traing System (SORTS)
What provides five measures of unit readiness indicating the unit's self-reported ability tot execute its mission?
SORTS
The unit is capable of undertaking the full wartime mission it was organized and designed for.
SORTS category C1
The unit is capable of undertaking the bulk of its wartime mission. It is considered substantially combat ready with only minor deficiencies reported.
SORTS category C2
The unit is capable of undertaking a major portion of its wartime mission. WHile it has major deficiencies, it can stil perform assigned mission.
SORTS category C3
The unit is unable to perform wartime mission unless it is provided additional resources or training.
SORTS category C4
The unit is not able to perform its wartime mission and is not mission capable.
Sorts category C5