BOLC Final Exam
To clear a designated area & obtain control of it. MUST PHYSICALLY OCCUPY the ground.
Staff section responsible for coordinating the responsibilities of Special Staff Officers such as the Surgeon, Chaplain, AG, and SJA.
Office that would coordinate all aspects of intelligence at the division (2-star general) level
3 Warfighting functions
Movement & maneuver
3 types of BCT's
Staff section responsible for mortuary affairs
There are __ operational variables
As it r/t the operational environment (OE), refugees/IDP's, international humanitarian relief organizations, media, trans-national corporations, & other civilians in the OE are classified as:
Third Party Actors/Non-State Actors
2 or more distinctly different potential enemies joined together to fight the US
An individual, in an area of combat operations, who is not armed & isn't participating in any activity in support of any of the factions or forces involved in combat
What are the 4 sections in the treatment platoon?
Treatment SQD (area)
Patient Hold SQD
Area Support SQD
One of the functions of the _____ squad is to reconstitute & reinforce the BAS with Role I FHP care
There are __ Roles of medical care that make up the AHS
Which squad listed below isn't included in the Area Support Section?
T/F: A tactical convoy is a combat operation
Special staff officer that plans & monitors execution of the AHS
Has technical supervision of medical operations within the command, but is not a commander
Defined as ALL support & services performed, provided, & arranged by the AMEDD to promote, improve, conserve, or restore the mental & physical well being of personnel in the Army
*FHP is more aligned with prevention
Actions at a floating rally point include:
Submit ACE & SALUTE reports
Treat & evac casualties
Inspect equip & cross level as required
Includes patient treatment, hospitalization, the treatment aspects of dental care, neuropsychiatric treatment and clinical laboratory services
Defined as the measures to promote, improve, or conserve the mental and physical well-being of Soldiers. (Preventing loss of Soldiers before the fight)
What are the 10 Medical Functions?
Medical mission command
BAS/CSH: ROLE II+ medical regulating, hospitalization and pharmacy
This Medical Role has all 10 medical functions
Identify the Components of the Modular Medical Support System
Area Support Squad
Patient Holding Squad
Forward Surgical Team
List the battalion level & below organizations
A division has a mobile HQ made up of __1__'s, and mission command falls under a __2__. The number of Soldiers is about __3__, and consists of __4__ or more BCT's
A Corps is made up of __1__ divisions with a regional HQ located in a theater of operations. Mission command falls under a __2__, and the number of Soldiers is about __3__
1. 2-4 divisions
3. 30,000 - 60,000
At the division level or higher, the commander is at what rank?
BG or higher
At the brigade level or below, the staff designator (i.e. admin, intel, logistics, etc) is?
At the Joint Staff level, the staff designator is?
Tracks unit personnel strength, while managing the organization and administration of the headquarters. Also coordinates staff responsibilities for Special Staff Officers
Staff officer who is collecting processing, analyzing and disseminating intelligence. Assist the S-3 and Commander figure out the enemy’s decision cycle
Prepares the training and supervises its execution within the command. The primary source for all operations and planning. Puts out all the reports utilized in command
Where you go to get your supplies, maintenance and transportation. Also coordinates Mortuary Affairs Activities
Advising the commander on the civilian impact of military operations. Minimizing the impact of civilians on military operations. Planning positive and continuous community relations programs to gain and maintain public understanding and good will and to support military operations
S-5: Civil Military Operations
Principle staff officer for all matters concerning signal operations, automation management, network management, and information security
What are the 5 types of supporting brigades?
Maneuver Enhancement, RSTA, aviation, fires, and sustainment.
What element provides tactical sustainment in a battalion?
What element provides tactical sustainment in a BCT?
Brigade Support Battalion (BSB)
What are the 4 principles of conducting convoy ops?
All 10 medical functions are first provided here
Echelons Above Brigade (EAB) Medical Units
Individuals who participate in hostilities without governmental authorization or under international law to do so. For example, civilians who attack a downed airman
Causes Bubonic Plague
Causes Malaria, Chikungunya virus, Dengue Fever, Encephalitis
5 water-borne diseases
5 bacteria common to food and/or water-borne illnesses
3 categories of waste disposal in the field
To gain possession of a position or terrain with or without force
Eliminate organized resistance in an assigned zone by destroying, capturing, or forcing the withdrawal of enemy forces to allow follow on mission
What are the 5 paragraphs in an OPORD?
Mission (what to do)
Execution (commander's intent, concept of operations)
Command & Signal (password, challenge)
*Sergeant Major Eats Sugar Cookies
6 principles of the AHS
7 major areas of medical analysis
Strengths to be supported
Health of command
Facts & assumptions
Specified, implied, & essential tasks
4 criteria for COA development
What are the 2 critical products needed for the medical plan?
COA sketch (cartoon)
Medical Synch Matrix
3 types of maneuver units that have organic medical platoons
RSTA (recon & surveillance)
Infantry, Stryker, and Armored units all have _1_ treatment teams. Infantry & Armored have _2_ ambulances, whereas Stryker units only have _3_
1. 2 teams
Assigned to BSB
Supports a BCT
Brigade Support Medical Company (BSMC)
Supports units without organic AHS assets
Assigned to Med BDE & attached to MMB in garrison
Names of the 2 Navy hospital ships
Mercy & Grace