Diarrheal, respiratory, skin, and vectorborne
Diarrheal and vectorborne
Diarrheal, respiratory, and vectorborne
Diarrheal, respiratory, and skin
Public health officer.
Chief, aeromedical services.
Superintendent, public health.
And climatic conditions.
Climatic conditions and gross national product.
Climatic conditions and other health-related environmental factors.
Climatic conditions, health-related environmental factors, and key government figures.
Medical readiness officer (MRO), medical readiness NCO (MRNCO), or medical readiness manager (MRM).
Aerospace medicine squadron commander.
Medical treatment facility administrator.
NCOIC and OIC of public health.
Upon appointment of a MIO.
Prior to a unit’s deployment.
After a unit returns from a deployment.
During training sessions with medical personnel.
Military actions associated with combat operations.
Peacekeeping actions associated with large-scale combat operations.
Peacekeeping and military actions in conjunction with regional combat operations.
Military actions conducted which aren’t associated with large-scale combat operations.
Base OPlan 355–1.
Disaster Casualty Control Plan (DCCP).
Medical Contingency Response Plan (MCRP).
Medical Readiness Commander’s Report (MRCR).
Directly from people.
Medical journals and newspapers.
Hands-on experience and through the grapevine.
Rwanda, Iraq, and Haiti.
Rwanda, and Oklahoma City.
Iraq, and Homestead, Florida.
Iraq, Haiti, Somalia, and Japan.
Chief, public health.
Medical treatment facility commander.
Commander, aerospace medicine council.
NCO with appropriate experience or a 4E0X1.
Medical supply officer.
Infection control officer.
Fresh green beans.
Deliberate and noncrisis action planning.
Deliberate and crisis action planning.
Peacetime and contingency planning.
Peacetime and wartime planning.
Improper personal hygiene.
Breakdowns in basic personal hygiene and sanitation.
Breakdowns in personal hygiene and proper food storage.
Sand Fly Fever
Career field manager.
Superintendent, public health.
OIC or NCOIC of public health.
Every other shift.
When an outbreak occurs.
Total bacterial plate count.
Total gram negative bacteria.
Dengue Fever infected the camp.
Malaria infected one-half of the camp.
Flies spread disease from the exposed feces.
Heat stroke affected the leaders in the desert.
A chlorine solution.
Hold periodic exercises to practice our skills and test our knowledge.
Hold periodic exercises to test our knowledge.
Create in-service lesson plans for our unit.
Improve our knowledge of these events.
Wearing gloves when reaching under things you cannot see.
Identifying hazardous flora and fauna.
Ensuring good personal hygiene.
Base OPLAN 32-3
Base OPLAN 32-2
Base OPLAN 32-1
Base OPLAN 32-4
Distance from the camp.
Number of personnel using it.
Type of waste being disposed.
Length of time the latrine will be used.
Identification of the organism is often difficult.
Agent’s presence cannot be detected by our senses.
It is rapid in action from time of exposure to symptoms.
Agents have a delayed action because of an incubation period.
Burial or incineration.
Empty into a soakage pit.
Empty into a chemical latrine.
Transport to an evaporation bed.
Natural resistance of your body
Ability of the organism to overcome resistance of the target host.
Method of application of the agent to the environment.
Type of organism.
Two to five days.
Six to nine days.
Ten to 14 days.
Fifteen to 20 days.
Enabling the identification of the biological agent to which the individuals were exposed.
Helping to prevent the spread of disease from person to person.
Immediately stopping the attack.
Allowing early treatment of the disease.
Provide medical care.
Provide long term medical care.
Train personnel on evacuation routes in the event of a nuclear attack.
Educate personnel on the kinds of injuries associated with a nuclear attack.
Terrorists are creative with their delivery.
Beliefs that biological warfare would cause great epidemics in military populations.
Too much time between agent identification and cure/treatment recommendation.
All of the above
Deep pit latrine
All of the above
Eat small meals.
Wear many layers of clothes.
Limit exercise of extremities.
Ensure the mission isn’t affected for medical reasons.
Provide injured combatants an area for convalescence.
Ensure the more seriously injured get evacuated to safer areas for convalescence and treatment.
Provide the more seriously injured with their choice of convalescence and treatment locations through TRICARE.
Physical exercise, adequate sleep, and a proper diet.
Eliminating all insects and rodents from the camp.
Proficiency in first aid against BW agents.
Proficiency donning the protective mask.
Every 60 minutes of the operational day
Every 45 minutes of the operational day
Every 90 minutes of the operational day
Every 30 minutes of the operational day
Sand Fly Fever.