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Who validates, approves and maintains a current account of Claimancy 18 augmentation requirements?
CNO: MEDICAL RESOURCES, PLANS AND POLICY DIVISION (N931)
Who assigns Claimancy 18 platform augmentation requirements?
CHIEF, BUREAU OF MEDICINE AND SURGERY
Who establishes guidelines for developing medical augmentation processing units at sourcing commands?
CHIEF, BUREAU OF MEDICINE AND SURGERY
Who updates headquarters module of current DOD approved readiness software?
NAVAL MEDICAL INFORMATION MANAGEMENT CENTER
Who reviews monthly MPAS uploads from Medical Treatment Facilities in their AOR?
NAVAL HEALTHCARE SUPPORT OFFICES
Who appoints in writing a readiness officer or POMI officer?
SOURCING COMMANDS
Who prepares and submits monthly electronic readiness reports, using SPMS to BUMED?
READINESS OFFICER OR POMI OFFICER
By when should medical augmentation personnel complete their administrative requirements?
60 DAYS
When should the deployable personnel update and report results of delinquent administrative requirements to POMI officer?
30 DAYS OF CHANGE IN
R-STATUS
How many OCONUS facilities have personnel augmentation and bed expansion requirement?
3~ USNH YOKO, OKINAWA, AND GUAM
Where do sourcing commands receive augmentation requirements from?
BUMED
In what database does POMI enter deployable personnel?
SPMS/MPAS
No specialty will have a greater than ___ percent substitution
50%
Who provides rapid response for short-term peacetime contingencies?
MOBILE MEDICAL AUGMENTATION READINESS TEAM (MMART)
Where are females billeted for MARFOR support?
FSSG AND MAW
What is designed to provide rapid, flexible, and acute medical care to operating forces?
USNS COMFORT AND USNS MERCY
Personnel from Bethesda usually augment what ship?
USNS COMFORT
How many Fleet Hospitals are there in the Navy?
10
How many beds does combat zone facilities have?
500
Who is tasked to provide augmentation support to the CINCs and ASWBPLS?
BUMED
What form do you use for dependent care arrangements?
OPNAV 1740/1
TRUE OR FALSE:
Initial utility uniform allowance does apply to officers.
False: It does not apply
What is the R-status percentage for R-4?
LESS THAN 70 PERCENT
What is the R-status percentage for R-1?
GREATER THAN OR TO 90 PERCENT COMPLETE
What does POMI stand for?
Plans, Operation, and Medical Intelligence Officer
Personnel with a past deployment history will not deploy for a minimum of
____________ Months /Days following the end of their last deployment?
6 months /180 days
Depending on the operational situation, who may direct
implementation of a Stop-Loss Policy Service-wide or for certain rates or officer
specialties?
the CNO
What does the MFRP stand for?
Medical Fleet Response Plan
(MFRP)
With Readiness Catagories what is Routine Deployable?
Forward deployed crisis response forces that are mission capable and ready to deploy within 5 days.
With Readiness Catagories what is Surge Ready?
Forces designated for the force build-up stage that are ready and capable of mobilizing and deploying within 30 days.
With Readiness Catagories, what is Emergency Surge?
Additional forces designated for further follow-on stages
that are ready and capable of deploying within 120 days.
How many SORTS (Status of Resources and Training System) Catagories are there and what do they do?
5 Catagories:
C1. The unit is capable of undertaking the full wartime mission it was organized and designed for. It is considered fully mission capable.
C2. The unit is capable of undertaking the bulk of its wartime mission. It is
considered substantially combat ready with only minor deficiencies reported.
C3. The unit is capable of undertaking a major portion of its wartime mission. While it has major deficiencies, it can still perform its assigned mission.
C4. The unit is unable to perform its wartime mission unless it is provided
additional resources or training. However, if the situation warrants, the unit may still be required to perform portions of its mission using its existing resources.
C5. The unit is not able to perform its wartime mission and is not mission
capable. Routinely this status is assigned to ships in major overhauls, which cannot be
deployed because of the need for substantial maintenance.
What is EMPARTS?
EXPEDITIONARY MEDICINE PLATFORM AUGMENTATION,
READINESS, AND TRAINING SYSTEM (EMPARTS)
EMPARTS is a web-based automated information management system whose foundational data are derived from NPC-managed databases, currently
the Total Force Manpower Management System (TFMMS).
What is the definition of a Command Readiness Officer (CRO)?
The officer identified by the command, generally from the operations office, who is responsible for monitoring and advising the commander on operational readiness.
If you are listed as Non-deployable Personnel, what does that mean?
Members whose administrative, medical, or legal status, as coded in EMPARTS, temporarily precludes the service member from deployment.