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           ADDRESS TYPE


     CODE                  VALUE
    CO       Correspondence Address
    DA       Family Member Address
    ECA      Emergency Member Address
    HK_C     Correspondence
    HK_F     Future Correspondence
    HK_R     Residential
    HOR      Home of Record (City, State)
    JP_C     Current Address
    JP_R     Reporting Residential Address
    KR_C     Current
    KR_E     Emergency
    KR_R     Resident
    LA       Local Address
    OA       Overseas Address
    PHCA     Primary Home Country Address
    REC      Recruiting
    R_CO     Reservist Corresponding Address
    R_LA     Reservist Local Address
    SG_CQ    Company Quarters
    SG_OS    Overseas
    TA       Temporary Address
    UA       Unit Address
    UA_APO   Unit Address (APO/FPO)
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            BLOOD TYPE



        CODE   VALUE
        A+     A Rhesus Positive
        A-     A Rhesus Negative
        AB+    AB Rhesus Positive
        AB-    AB Rhesus Negative
        B+     B Rhesus Positive
        B-     B Rhesus Negative
        O+     O Rhesus Positive
        O-     O Rhesus Negative
        UNK    Unknown
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                          CAC (Navy)
CODE   VALUE
****   OIF II BACKFILL WORKCENTER
1860   PRODUCTION/PRODUCTS/SVCS - AUDIOVISUAL
1A04   AUDITS/REVIEWS
1A30   PUBLIC AFFAIRS/HISTORIAN (M00P, M09H)
1AX0   MIL DUTY/ABSENCE FOR CACs 1A**
1BX0   MIL DUTY/ABSENCE FOR CACs 1B**
1D70   SAFETY
1D10   ADMINISTRATION OF CIVILIAN PERSONNEL (M00CP)
1CX0   MIL DUTY/ABSENCE FOR CACs 1C**
1C60   FINANCIAL CONTROL (M84)
1C50   CIVILIAN PAYROLL LIAISON FUNCTION (NON MTFS/DTFS)
1C30   BUDGET AND STATISTICS (DRUG LAB)
1C20   COMMAND EVALUATION (DRUG LABS)
1C11   MANPOWER MANAGEMENT (CODE 15)
1C10   ADMINISTRATION (RESOURCE MANAGEMENT)
1HA0   NMCI IT MGMT/SUPT FHSO
1H7K   SECURITY ASSESSMENTS (BUMED)
1H7B   SECURITY MANAGEMENT INFRASTRUCTURE OPS (BUMED)
1H70   NMIMC WWW OPERATIONS
1H60   IT LABOR PRODUCT
1H30   ADP OPERATIONS IN SUPPORT OF FLEET HOSPITAL SUPPORT OF
1EX0   MIL DUTY/ABSENCE FOR CACs 1E**
1E10   ADMINISTRATION (MILITARY PERSONNEL)
1DX0   MIL DUTY/ABSENCE FOR CACs 1D**
1RM0   COMP TIME, CHARGES FOR 4BED
1RL0   LEAVE, OTHER CHARGES FOR 4BED
1RK0   LEAVE, HOLIDAY CHARGES FOR 4BED
1RJ0   LEAVE, TERMINAL CHARGES FOR 4BED
1RH0   LEAVE, ANNUAL/SICK CHARGES FOR 4BED
1RG0   POSTAL SERVICES (OTHER)
1RD0   YEAREND ADJUST FOR ACCRUAL FOR 4BED
1R70   RETROACTIVE PAY INCREASES FOR 4BED
1R20   SEVERANCE PAY FOR 4BED
4206   BASIC TRAUMA LIFE SUPPORT II (BTLS II)
4205   PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT CERTIFICATION
4204   DENTAL CORPS BOARD CERTIFICATION
4203   MEDICAL SERVICE CORP BOARD CERTIFICATION
4202   MEDICAL CORPS BOARD CERTIFICATION
4201   NURSE CORPS BOARD CERTIFICATION
41X0   MIL DUTY/ABSENCE FOR CACs 41**
4170   BASIC DENTAL ASSISTANT TRAINING
4101   GENERAL DUTY HOSP CORPSMEN TRNG
4411   OPTICIAN TRAINING
4410   UNDERSEA MEDICAL OFFICER COURSE
4409   OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY ASST., PHASE II
4408   CARDIOVASCULAR TECH TRAINING
4407   RADIATION HEALTH TECH TRAINING
4406   NUCLEAR MEDICINE TECH, PHASE I
4402   SUBMARINE FORCE IDC TRAINING
43X0   MIL DUTY/ABSENCE FOR CACs 43**
4307   NURSE CORPS ANESTHESIA TRAINING, DIDACT
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                          CAC (Navy)
CODE   VALUE
99X0   MIL DUTY/ABSENCE FOR CACs 99**
99E4   NAVY PETTY OFF, ENL, AND CONSOLIDATED MESSES
99E3   NAVY CHIEF PETTY OFF MESS (OPEN)
99E1   NAVY COMMISSIONED OFF MESS (OPEN)
99C1   NAVY MIL REC FUNDS, ASHORE
9979   CASUALTY ASSISTANCE CALLS
9964   LIBRARY, GENERAL
9960   OTHER PERSONNEL SUPPORT SERVICES
9939   FAMILY SERVICE CENTER
9937   SPECIAL SERVICES
9931   PASTORAL CARE (M00G)
9930   RECREATION ACTIVITY
9921   BARRACKS
93X0   MIL DUTY/ABSENCE FOR CACs 93**
93AF   FAM HSG FURN MAINT REPAIR
9380   FIRE PROTECTION, STRUCTURAL
937F   FAM HSG FIRE PROTECT
92X0   MIL DUTY/ABSENCE FOR CACs 92**
92A0   GEN SERVICE SHOP OVERHEAD
9290   OTHER MAINTENANCE AND SERVICE
9280   PREV MAINTENANCE INSPECTION, OTHER THAN TRANS EQUIP
927N   NAVY ENVIRONMENTAL INSPECTION TEAM
927I   HAZARDOUS MATERIAL REDUCTION
927H   OZONE DEPLETING CHEMICAL REDUCTION
927F   NATURAL RESOURCES MANAGEMENT
927E   CULTURAL and HISTORICAL PRESERVATION
927D   OTHER COMPLIANCE
927C   ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT & PLANNING
927B   WATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT
927A   AIR POLLUTION ABATEMENT
9279   SHORE ENVIRONMENTAL PROCTECTION
9277   ENVIRONMENTAL RESTORATION (NEHC)
9275   ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION PROJECTS
9274   NON-INFECTIOUS MED WASTE
9273   INFECTIOUS MED WASTE, OTHER
9272   INFECTIOUS MED WASTE OFF SITE DISP (DRUG LABS)
9271   INFECTIOUS MED WASTE INCINERATORS
9270   HAZARDOUS WASTE/MATERIAL DISPOSAL (DRUG LABS)
9260   INTRASTATION MOVES
9250   EMERGENCY SERVICE WORK, NON REAL PROPERTY
9240   EXTERIOR CLEAN-UP
9231   TRASH WASTE MAT RECYCL
9230   REFUSE AND GARBAGE DISPOSAL
9220   PEST WEED CONTROL
9210   CUSTODIAL SERVICES
91X0   MIL DUTY/ABSENCE FOR CACs 91**
913F   FAMILY HOUSING OFFICE
9120   ENGINEERING, PUBLIC WORKS
9110   ADMINISTRATION, PUBLIC WORKS (FACILITIES MGMT)
8810   GEN UTILITY OP OVERHEAD
7920   MAINTENANCE CONTROL DIVISION
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                          CAC (Navy)
CODE   VALUE
7910   MAINTENANCE SHOP OVERHEAD
786F   FAM HSG SVC CALLS
7840   DISMANTLING BLDGS
7830   EMERGENCY SERVICE WORK, REAL PROP UTIL
7820   EMERGENCY SERVICE WORK, REAL PROPERTY
7810   PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE INSPECTION
77AF   FAM HSG MAINT EXT UTIL
7790   FIRE ALARMS
7770   GAS DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS
7760   SEWAGE COLLECTION
7740   POT WATER DIST LINES
7720   STEAM AND HOT WATER DISTRIBUTION SYS
7710   ELECTRICAL DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM
76J0   NON POT WATER STOR FACILITIES
76G0   AIR-COND & REFRIGERATION 100 TONS OVER
76E0   OTHER MISC UTILITIES
76B0   AIR-COND & REFRIGERATION 5-25 TONS
76A0   AIR-COND & REFRIGERATION 25-100 TONS
7690   COMPRES AIR PLTS SYSTEMS
7640   STEAM POWER
7630   HEAT .75 TO 3.5 BTU
7620   HEATING, OVER 3,500,000 BTU/HR
7610   ELECTRICITY GENERATING
75L0   SECURITY STRUCTURES
75K0   REFRIGERATION EQUIPMENT 5 TO 25 TONS
75J0   REFRIGERATION EQUIPMENT > 25 TONS
75H0   REFUSE DISPOSAL FACILITIES
75D0   OTHER ADMINISTRATIVE STRUCTURES
7550   AIRFIELD PAVEMENT LIGHTING
7440   UNIMPROVED GROUNDS
7430   SEMI-IMPROVED GROUNDS
742F   FAM HSG GROUNDS
7410   IMPROVED GROUNDS
736F   FAM HSG SURFACE AREA
7350   SIDEWALKS OTHER PAVEMENTS
7330   OTHER AIRFIELD PAVEMENTS
7310   ROADS AND STREETS
71WF   FAM HSG OTHER REAL PROPERTY
71HF   FAM HSG SELF-HELP
71GF   FAM HSG CHANGE OF OCCUPANCY
71FF   FAM HSG PAINT INTERIOR HOUSING
71CF   FAM HSG MINOR R&R
71BF   FAM HSG ROUTINE MAINTENANCE
71A0   BACHELOR OFFICER QUARTERS
7190   BACHELOR HOUSING DET FACILITIES
7170   BACHELOR EM BARRACKS
7160   ADMINISTRATIVE BUILDINGS
7150   MEDICAL BUILDINGS
7140   COVERED STORAGE FACILITIES
7130   RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT BUILDINGS
7120   MAINTENANCE AND PRODUCTION BUILDINGS
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                          CAC (Navy)
CODE   VALUE
7110   TRAINING BUILDINGS
6BX0   MIL DUTY/ABSENCE FOR CACs 6B**
6B70   PHOTOGRAPHIC SERVICES
6B50   NAVY GUARD
6B20   CAT - POLICE AND GUARD, CIV
6B10   CAT - PHYSICAL SECURITY
6AX0   MIL DUTY/ABSENCE FOR CACs 6A**
6A10   COMMUNICATION SERVICES (M09B34/5)
6910   OVERHEAD, MAINTENANCE
68X0   MIL DUTY/ABSENCE FOR CACs 68**
6810   OVERHEAD, TRANSPORATIONS OPERATIONS
67X0   MIL DUTY/ABSENCE FOR CACs 67**
6740   EQUIPMENT OPERATORS/RIGGERS
6710   MOTOR VEHICLE OPERATORS
4TNA   NON MEDICAL ATTENDANT TRAVEL/ESCORT
4SX0   MIL DUTY/ABSENCE FOR CACs 4S**
4SS1   SPECIAL STUDY - ANTHRAX
4RX0   MIL DUTY/ABSENCE FOR CACs 4R**
4RDA   RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT MANAGEMENT (M2)
4R00   SEPERATION INCENTIVES FOR 4BED
4PX0   MIL DUTY/ABSENCE FOR CACs 4P**
4PTS   PATIENT SAFETY PROGRAM (M3M)
4NX0   MIL DUTY/ABSENCE FOR CACs 4N**
4N34   EPMU/DVECC OTHER PROG NOT SPEC
4N33   EPMU/DVECC MED ENTOMOLOGY
4N32   EPMU/DVECC EPIDEMIOLOGY
4N31   EPMU/DVECC ENVIR HLTH PROG
4N27   TELECONFERENCE
4N26   DEFENSE MEDICAL HUMAN RESOURCE SYSTEM INTERNET (DMHRSI
4N25   STANDARD PERSONNEL MGMT SYS (SPMS)
4N24   MEDICAL OPEN ARCHITECTURE
4N23   DEFENSE DATA NETWORK
4N22   EXECUTIVE INFORMATION SYSTEM (EIS)
4N15   NAMMIS
4N13   NMLC OTHER PROGRAMS
4N11   NMLC ACTIVITY OPERATIONS
4MX0   MIL DUTY/ABSENCE FOR CACs 4M**
4M99   TRAINING NOT ELSEWHERE CLASSIFIED
4M92   MEDICAL PHOTOGRAPHY LAB
4M91   MEDICAL LIBRARY OPERATIONS
4M88   FLEET HOSPITAL FUNCTIONAL TRAINING
4M86   OPERATIONAL READINESS EVALUATION FLEET
4M85   FLEET HOSPITAL FIELD TRAINING (FHFT) COURSE
4M83   HOSPITAL SHIP TRAINING
4M82   FLEET HOSPITAL INDOCTRINATION AND ORIENTATION
4M75   CME - INDEPENDENT DUTY CORPMEN
4M74   CME - NURSE CORPS
4M73   CME - DENTAL CORPS
4M72   CME - MED SERV CORPS
4M71   CME - MED CORPS
4M60   PROFESSIONAL SKILLS (NON CR)
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                          CAC (Navy)
CODE   VALUE
4M50   CONTINUING EDUC - CIVILIAN
4M40   CONTINUING EDUC - MILITARY
4M32   COMPUTER ASSISTED MED INFO SYS - CAMIS
4M31   AUDIO VISUAL IN SUPPORT OF MEDICAL EDUCATION (FHOTC)
4M30   GUEST LECTURER/CONSULTANT PRGM
4M23   ENLISTED TRAINING - CLASS "C" SCHOOL
4M13   FELLOWSHIPS - GME
4M12   INTERN TRAINING - GME
4M11   RESIDENT TRAINING - GME (IPOT)
4HX0   MIL DUTY/ABSENCE FOR CACs 4H**
4HP3   HEALTH PROMOTIONS - PPIP
4HP2   HEALTH PROMOTION - EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITIES
4HP1   HEALTH PROMOTIONS MANAGEMENT (BUMED HQ)
4H30   JOINT IMAGING TECHNOLOGY PROJECT OFFICE (JITPO)
4GX0   MIL DUTY/ABSENCE FOR CACs 4G**
4GP9   RESERVE FORCE INTEGRATION (CODE 07)
4GGB   NAT'L DISASTER MED ICAL EXERCISES
4GGA   NAT'L DISASTER MEDICAL SYS PLANNING AND ADMIN
4GFA   READINESS PHYSICAL TRAINING (PRT)
4GBB   OTHER READINESS EXERCISES (IN HOUSE)
4GBA   FIELD OR FLEET READINESS EXERCISES
4GAB   CAT - OTHER READINESS PLANNING & ADMINISTRATION
4GAA   READINESS AND CONTINGENCY PLANNING MANAGEMENT (M3F3)
4G9P   RESERVE FORCE INTEGRATION (M10)
4G9N   CAT - SUPPORT TO RESERVE FLEET HOSPITAL #23 (MINNEAPOL
4G9M   CAT - SUPPORT TO RESERVE FLEET HOSPITAL #22 FORT DIX
4G9L   CAT - SUPPORT TO RESERVE FLEET HOSPITAL #21 DALLAS
4G9K   CAT - SUPPORT TO RESERVE FLEET HOSPITAL #11
4G9J   CAT - SUPPORT TO RESERVE FLEET HOSPITAL #9 EVERETT
4G9C   CAT - SUPPORT TO 3RD FORCE SVC SUP GROUP-FMF BETHESDA
4G9B   CAT - SUPPORT TO 1ST FORCE SVC SUP GROUP-FMF PACIFIC
4G9A   CAT - SUPPORT TO 2ND FORCE SVC SUP GROUP-FMF ATLANTIC
4G8I   CAT - SUPPORT TO FLEET HOSPITAL #20 CAMP LEJEUNE
4G8H   CAT - SUPPORT TO FLEET HOSPITAL #15 PORTSMOUTH
4G8F   CAT - SUPPORT TO FLEET HOSPITAL #6 CAMP PENDLETON
4G8E   CAT - SUPPORT TO FLEET HOSPITAL #5 BREMERTON
4G8D   CAT - SUPPORT TO FLEET HOSPITAL #4 JACKSONVILLE
4G8C   CAT - SUPPORT TO FLEET HOSPITAL #3 PENSACOLA
4G7Z   CAT - SUPPORT TO OTHER LHDS NOT LISTED
4G7C   CAT - SUPPORT TO USS BOXER LHD 4
4G7B   CAT - SUPPORT TO USS KEARSARGE LHD 3
4G7A   CAT - SUPPORT TO USS ESSEX LHD 2
4G6Z   CAT - SUPPORT TO OTHER LSTS NOT LISTED
4G6B   CAT - SUPPORT TO USS LA MOURE COUNTY LST 119
4G5Z   CAT - SUPPORT TO OTHER LSDS NOT LISTED
4G5O   CAT - SUPPORT TO USS CARTER HALL LSD 50
4G5N   CAT - SUPPORT TO USS HARPERS FERRY LSD 49
4G5M   CAT - SUPPORT TO USS ASHLAND LSD 48
4G5L   CAT - SUPPORT TO USS MOUNT VERNON LSD 39
4G5K   CAT - SUPPORT TO USS FORT FISHER LSD 40
4G5J   CAT - SUPPORT TO USS ANCHORAGE LSD 36
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                          CAC (Navy)
CODE   VALUE
4G5I   CAT - SUPPORT TO USS RUSHMORE LSD 47
4G5H   CAT - SUPPORT TO USS PORTLAND LSD 37
4G5G   CAT - SUPPORT TO USS PENSACOLA LSD 38
4G5F   CAT - SUPPORT TO USS GERMANTOWN LSD 42
4G5E   CAT - SUPPORT TO USS FORT MCHENRY LSD 43
4G5D   CAT - SUPPORT TO USS COMSTOCK LSD 45
4G5C   CAT - SUPPORT TO USS WHIDBEY ISLAND LSD 41
4G5B   CAT - SUPPORT TO USS GUNSTON HALL LSD 44
4G5A   CAT - SUPPORT TO USS TORTUGA LSD 46
4G4Z   CAT - SUPPORT TO OTHER LPHS NOT LISTED
4G4B   CAT - SUPPORT TO USS NEW ORLEANS LPH 11
4G4A   CAT - SUPPORT TO USS GUAM LPH 9
4G3Z   CAT - SUPPORT TO OTHER LPDS NOT LISTED
4G3K   CAT - SUPPORT TO USS OGDEN LPD 5
4G3J   CAT - SUPPORT TO USS JUNEAU LPD 10
4G3I   CAT - SUPPORT TO USS DULUTH LPD 6
4G3H   CAT - SUPPORT TO USS DUBUQUE LPD 8
4G3G   CAT - SUPPORT TO USS DENVER LPD 9
4G3F   CAT - SUPPORT TO USS CLEVELAND LPD 7
4G3E   CAT - SUPPORT TO USS TRENTON LPD 14
4G3D   CAT - SUPPORT TO USS SHREVEPORT LPD 12
4G3C   CAT - SUPPORT TO USS PONCE LPD 15
4G3B   CAT - SUPPORT TO USS NASHVILLE LPD 13
4G3A   CAT - SUPPORT TO USS AUSTIN LPD 4
4G2Z   CAT - SUPPORT TO OTHER LHAS NOT LISTED
4G2E   CAT - SUPPORT TO USS TARAWA LHA 1
4G2D   CAT - SUPPORT TO USS PELELIU LHA 5
4G2C   CAT - SUPPORT TO USS BELLEAU WOOD LHA 3
4G2B   CAT - SUPPORT TO USS SAIPAN LHA 2
4G2A   CAT - SUPPORT TO USS NASSAU (LHA 4)
4G1Z   CAT - SUPPORT TO OTHER CVS AND CVNS NOT LISTED
4G1M   CAT - SUPPORT TO USS STENNIS CVN 74
4G1L   CAT - SUPPORT TO USS NIMITZ CVN 68
4G1K   CAT - SUPPORT TO USS INDEPENDENCE CV 62
4G1J   CAT - SUPPORT TO USS ENTERPRISE CVN 65
4G1I   CAT - SUPPORT TO USS CONSTELLATION CV 64
4G1H   CAT - SUPPORT TO USS CARL VINSON CVN 70
4G1G   CAT - SUPPORT TO USS THEORDORE ROOSEVELT CVN 71
4G1F   CAT - SUPPORT TO USS KITTY HAWK CV 63
4G1E   CAT - SUPPORT TO USS JOHN F. KENNEDY (CV 67)
4G1C   CAT - SUPPORT TO USS DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER CVN 69
4G1B   CAT - SUPPORT TO USS GEORGE WASHINGTON CVN 73
4G1A   CAT - SUPPORT TO USS ABRAHAM LINCOLN CVN 72
4G09   CAT - SUPPORT TO FLEET SURGICAL TEAM
4G08   CAT - SUPPORT TO MMART SPEC PSYCH RAPID INTERVENT
4G07   CAT - SUPPORT TO MMART PREVENTIVE MED TEAM
4G06   CAT - SUPPORT TO MMART MED REGULATING TEAM
4G05   CAT - SUPPORT TO MMART HUMANITARIAN SUP TEAM
4G04   CAT - SUPPORT TO MMART SPECIALIST SUPPORT TEAM
4G03   CAT - SUPPORT TO MMART SURGICAL TEAM
4G02   CAT - SUPPORT TO HOSPITAL SHIP-COMFORT T-AH 20
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                           CAC (Navy)
CODE   VALUE
4G01   CAT - SUPPORT TO HOSPITAL SHIP-MERCY T-AH 19
4FX0   MIL DUTY/ABSENCE FOR CACs 4F**
4FG7   CAT - THEATER MEDICAL INFORMATION PROGRAM - MARITIME (
4FG6   CAT - SUPPORT TO FOREIGN MILITARY SALES (FMS)
4FG5   CAT - SUPPORT TO NAVY (OTHER CLAIMANTS)
4FG4   CAT - SUPPORT TO MARINE CORP
4FG3   CAT - SUPPORT TO AIR FORCE
4FG2   CAT - SUPPORT TO ARMY
4FFA   VETERINARY SVCS
4FED   MIL PATIENT PERS ADMIN
4FEC   TRANSIENT PATIENT CARE
4FEB   TVL & MATERIAL FOR PATIENT MOVE
4FEA   PATIENT TRANSPORTATION - NON FED
4FDZ   MILITARY UNIQUE MED ACT NOT CLASS
4FDH   MILITARY FUNDED EMERGENCY LEAVE
4FDD   DECEDENT AFFAIRS (MMSO)
4FDC   NONPATIENT FOOD OPERATIONS
4FDB   BASE OPERATIONS - MEDICAL INSTALLATION TENANTS
4FD1   DROP-IN CHILD CARE
4FCJ   FISHER HOUSE SUPPORT (SUSTAINMENT)
4FCH   CAT - SUPPORT TO OTHER OCONUS ACTIVITY (GENERIC USE)
4FCE   CAT - SUPPORT TO OTHER FEDERAL AGENCIES
4FCD   CAT - SUPPORT TO OTHER MEDICAL MILITARY ACTIVITIES (GE
4FC9   SUPPORT TO CONUS DISASTER/HUMANITARIAN RESPONSE
4FC8   CAT - SUPPORT TO LEAD AGENT
4FC7   CAT - SUPPORT TO OCONUS DISASTERS/HUMANITARIAN
4FC6   CAT - SUPPORT TO CIVILIAN ACTIVITY
4FC5   CAT - SUPPORT TO LOCAL GOVERNMENT
4FC4   CAT - SUPPORT TO STATE GOVERNMENT
4FC3   CAT - SUPPORT TO MILITARY CEREMONIAL EVENTS
4FC2   CAT - SUPPORT TO AIR FORCE ACTIVITY (MEDICAL/DENTAL)
4FC1   CAT - SUPPORT TO ARMY ACTIVITY (MEDICAL/DENTAL)
4FC0   CAT - READINESS LOGISTICS SUPPORT TO OTHERS (NMLC FT.
4FBY   SHIPBOARD AUTO MEDICAL SYSTEM (SAMS)
4FBN   HEARING CONSERVATION PROGRAM
4FBM   EDIS - MEDICALLY RELATED SERVICES
4FBL   EDIS - MULTIDISCIPLINARY TEAM
4FBJ   EDIS - EARLY INTERVENTION SERVICES
4FBI   IMMUNIZATIONS CLINIC (NEXT PHASE)
4FBH   COMPREHENSIVE CLINICAL EVALUATION PROGRAM (CCEP)
4FBG   MEDICAL ENTOMOLOGY
4FBF   EPIDEMIOLOGY (NEXT PHASE)
4FBE   ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH (NEXT PHASE)
4FBD   RADIATION HEALTH (NEXT PHASE)
4FBC   INDUSTRIAL HYGIENE (NEXT PHASE)
4FBB   PREVENTIVE MEDICINE (NEXT PHASE)
4FBA   PUBLIC HEALTH SVCS MGMT (M3F4)
4FB9   HAZARDOUS MATERIALS PROGRAM (NEHC ONLY)
4FB6   DEPLOYMENT MEDICAL SURVEILLANCE (NEHC A)
4FB5   CONSOLIDATED IND HYGIENE LAB (CIHL) (NEHC & EPMUS ONLY
4FB4   OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH PROGRAM (NEHC ONLY)
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                          CAC (Navy)
CODE   VALUE
4FB2   HIV PATIENT EDUCATION PROG
4FB1   HIV PREVENTIVE MED/RSCH
4FAZ   NAVY CENTRAL HIV PRGM (BUMED/NNMC)
4FAT   OPERATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY (NOMI)
4FAS   DRUG LABORATORY METHODS DEVELOPMENT OPERATIONS
4FAR   DRUG LABORATORY INFORMATION MANAGEMENT SYS OPS
4FAQ   DRUG DEMAND REDUCTION (ECSTASY)
4FAP   DRUG LABORATORY LEGAL SUPPORT
4FAK   STUDENT EXP CLASSROOM/OTHER LEARNING
4FAI   AEROSPACE PHYSIOLOGIST
4FAH   CLINICAL INVESTIGATIONS
4FAF   DRUG LABORATORY DATA SUPPORT OPERATIONS
4FAD   BLOOD PROGRAM (NEXT PHASE)
4FAC   OPTHAL FAB AND REPAIR
4FAB   AREA DENTAL PROSTH LAB TYPE 1
4FAA   AREA REFERENCE LABS
4FA9   COORDINATED CARE (MMSO)
4FA8   DRUG LABORATORY QUALITY ASSURANCE OPERATIONS
4FA7   DRUG LABORATORY CONFIRMATION OPERATIONS
4631   PHYSICAL THERAPY TRAINING
4629   OPERATIONAL ENTOMOLOGY TRAINING
4628   NURSE CORPS OPERATING ROOM ORIENT COURS
4626   PATIENT ADMINISTRATION COURSE
4625   FINANCIAL AND MATERIAL MGMT COURSE
4624   MANPOWER MANAGEMENT COURSE
4623   NAV MED QUAL INST TEAM BUILDING WKSHOP
4622   NAV MED QUAL INST SENIOR MGMT COURSE
4621   NAV MED QUAL INST CUSTOMER SATISFACTION
4620   DESIGNING EFFECT EDUC PRGM FOR MED DEPT
4619   FACILITATOR COURSE
4618   NAV MED QUAL INST EXE STEERING COMM TRAINING
4617   ENLISTED LEADERSHIP CONTINUUM COURSE
4616   TOTAL QUALITY LEADERSHIP DEPT HEAD COURSE
4615   NAVAL MEDICAL SENIOR ENLISTED COURSE (NMSEC)
4614   INTERMEDIATE NAVY LEADER DEV COURSE
4613   COMMAND LEADERSHIP CONTINUUM COURSE
4612   MEDICAL DEPARTMENT HEAD COURSE
4611   SENIOR NAVY LEADER DEVELOPMENT COURSE
4610   SUPERVISORY SKILLS COURSE
4609   MANAGEMENT DEVELOPMENT COURSE
4608   QUALITY ASSURANCE/RISK MGMT COURSE
4607   STRATEGIC MED READINESS CONTINGENCY COURSE
4605   SURFACE WARFARE MEDICAL INDOCTRINATION COURSE
4604   PLAN, OPS, AND MED INTELLIGENCE COURSE
4603   JOINT MEDICAL PLANNERS BASIC COURSE
4602   MILITARY TROPICAL MEDICINE
4601   MEDICAL REGULATING COURSE
45X0   MIL DUTY/ABSENCE FOR CACs 45**
4518   JTF SURGEON'S COURSE
4517   FIELD MEDICAL MANAGEMENT OF CHEMICAL BIOLOGICAL CASUAL
4516   JOINT OPERATIONS MEDICAL MANAGERS COURSE (JOMMC)
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                          CAC (Navy)
CODE   VALUE
4514   GLOBAL MEDICINE (GM) COURSE
4512   SHORE STATION MANAGEMENT TRAINING
4511   MEDICAL LOGISTICS COURSE
4510   ARMY-BAYLOR PRECEPTOR TRAINING
4509   PRACTICAL COMPTROLLERSHIP COURSE STUDENTS
4508   BLOOD BANK TRAINING
4507   INTERAGENCY TRAINING
4506   OPERATING FORCES MGMT SEMINAR
4505   MED MGMT OF CHEMICAL CASUALTIES COURSE
4504   COMBAT CASUALTY CARE COURSE
4502   MMART FIELD MEDICAL SERVICE SCHOOL - FMS
4501   COLD WEATHER MEDICINE TRAINING
44X0   MIL DUTY/ABSENCE FOR CACs 44**
4498   NURSE CORPS ANESTHESIA TRAINING, CLINIC
4495   DERMATOLOGY TECHNICIAN TRAINING
4494   MED DEEP SEA DIVING INDEPEND DUTY TECH
4488   PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT TRAINING
4486   UROLOGY TECHNICIAN TRAINING
4485   PSYCHIATRY TECHNICIAN TRAINING
4484   PSYCHIATRY TECHNICIAN TRAINING - DIDACTIC
4483   SURGICAL TECHNICIAN TRAINING
4482   PHARMACY TECHNICIAN TRAINING
4481   DENTAL HYGIENIST TECH TRAINING
4480   ORTHOPEDIC TECH TRAINING
4477   BIOMEDICAL EQUIP REPAIR TRAINING
4475   BASIC DENTAL PROSTHETIC LAB TECH TRNG
4474   DENTAL EQUIPMENT REPAIR TECH TRAINING
4473   MED AND DEN ADMIN TECH TRAINING
4472   BIOMEDICAL PHOTOGRAPHY TECH TRNG
4466   PHYSICAL THERAPY TECHNICIAN TRNG
4457   ADVANCED DENTAL PROSTHETIC LAB TECH TRN
4456   MEDICAL LABORATORY TECHNICIAN TRAINING
4455   CYTOLOGY TECHNICIAN TRAINING
4454   ELECTRONEURODIAGNOSTIC TECH TRAINING
4452   ADVANCED RADIOGRAPHER TRAINING
4451   RADIOGRAPHER BASIC TRAINING
4446   OTOLARYNGOLOGY TECHNICIAN TRAINING
4445   OCULAR TECHNICIAN TRAINING
4434   HEMODIALYSIS/APHERESIS TECH TRNG
4432   PREVENTIVE MEDICINE TECH TRAINING
4425   SURFACE FORCE INDEPENDENT DUTY TECH TRN
4BFC   CHILD GUIDANCE CLINIC
4BFB   OP PSYCHOLOGY CL (NEXT PHASE)
4BFA   PSYCHIATRY CLINIC (NOMI)
4BF1   COUNSELING AND ASSISTANCE CENTER (CAAC) (NEXT PHASE)
4BEZ   OTHER ORTHOPEDIC CARE
4BEF   OP PODIATRY (NEXT PHASE)
4BEE   OP ORTHOTIC LAB (NEXT PHASE)
4BED   CHIROPRACTIC CLINIC (VISITS)
4BEC   OP HAND SURGERY (NEXT PHASE)
4BEB   OP CAST CLINIC (NEXT PHASE)
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                          CAC (Navy)
CODE   VALUE
4BEA   OP ORTHOPAEDIC (NEXT PHASE)
4BDZ   OTHER PEDIATRIC CLINICS
4BDC   WELL BABY CLINIC
4BDB   OP ADOLESCENT CL (NEXT PHASE)
4BDA   OP PEDIATRIC (NEXT PHASE)
4BCZ   OTHER OB/GYN CARE NOT CLASSIFIED ELSEWHERE
4BCD   BREAST CANCER INITIATIVE (APV)
4BCC   OP OBSTETRICS CL (NEXT PHASE)
4BCB   OP GYNECOLOGY CL (NEXT PHASE)
4BCA   OP FAMILY PLANNING (NEXT PHASE)
4BC2   BREAST CARE INITIATIVE - PATIENT EDUCATION
4BBZ   OTHER SURGICAL CLINICS
4BBM   VASCULAR AND INTERVENTIONAL RADIOLOGY (NEXT PHASE)
4BBL   PAIN MANAGEMENT (NEXT PHASE)
4BBK   PERIPHERAL VASCULAR SURGERY (NEXT PHASE)
4BBJ   OP PEDIATRIC SURGERY (NEXT PHASE)
4BBI   OP UROLOGY (NEXT PHASE)
4BBH   OP PROCTOLOGY CL (NEXT PHASE)
4BBG   OP PLASTIC SURGERY (NEXT PHASE)
4BBF   OTORHINOLARYNGOLOGY CLINIC (NOMI)
4BBE   ORGAN TRANSPLANT (NEXT PHASE)
4BBD   OPHTHALMOLOGY CLINIC (NOMI)
4BBC   OP NEUROSURGERY (NEXT PHASE)
4BBB   OP CARDIOVASCULAR (NEXT PHASE)
4BBA   OP GENERAL SURGERY (NEXT PHASE)
4BAZ   OTHER MEDICAL CARE
4BAV   CLINICAL HYPERBARIC MEDICINE (NEXT PHASE)
4BAU   GENETICS CLINIC (NEXT PHASE)
4BAT   BONE MARROW TRANSPLANT (NEXT PHASE)
4BAS   OP RADIATION THERAPY (NEXT PHASE)
4BAR   OP PHYSICAL MED (NEXT PHASE)
4BAQ   OP INFECTIOUS DISEASE (NEXT PHASE)
4BAP   DERMATOLOGY CLINIC (NEXT PHASE)
4BAO   RHEUMATOLOGY CLINIC (NEXT PHASE)
4BAN   PULMONARY DISEASE CLINIC (NEXT PHASE)
4BAM   ONCOLOGY CLINIC (NEXT PHASE)
4BAL   NUTRITION CLINIC (NEXT PHASE)
4BAK   NEUROLOGY CLINIC (NEXT PHASE)
4BAJ   NEPHROLOGY CLINIC (NEXT PHASE)
4BAI   HYPERTENSION CLINIC (NEXT PHASE)
4BAH   HEMATOLOGY CLINIC (NEXT PHASE)
4BAG   GASTROENTEROLOGY CLINIC (NEXT PHASE)
4BAF   ENDOCRINOLOGY CLINIC (NEXT PHASE)
4BAE   DIABETIC CLINIC (NEXT PHASE)
4BAC   CARDIOLOGY CLINIC (NEXT PHASE)
4BAB   ALLERGY CLINIC (NEXT PHASE)
4BAA   INTERNAL MEDICINE CLINIC (NOMI)
4B11   AMBULATORY DATA MODULE (ADM)
4B10   COMPOSITE HEALTH CARE SYSTEM (CHCS)
4AX0   MIL DUTY/ABSENCE FOR CACs 4A**
4AGH   FAMILY PRAC PED NURSERY
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                          CAC (Navy)
CODE   VALUE
4AGA   FAMILY PRAC MED
4AFZ   OTHER PSYCHIATRIC CARE (COST POOL)
4AFB   SUBSTANCE ABUSE REHAB
4AFA   PSYCHIATRIC CARE
4AF1   ALCOHOL REHABILITATION CENTER (ARC)
4AEZ   OTHER ORTHOPEDIC CARE (COST POOL)
4AEC   HAND SURGERY
4AEB   PODIATRY
4AEA   ORTHOPEDICS
4ADZ   OTHER PEDIATRIC CARE (COST POOL)
4ADD   ADOLESCENT PEDIATRICS
4ADB   NURSERY
4DX0   MIL DUTY/ABSENCE FOR CACs 4D**
4DJE   PEDIATRIC INTENSIVE CARE UNIT (NEXT PHASE)
4DJD   NEONATAL INTENSIVE CARE (NEXT PHASE)
4DJC   CORONARY CARE UNIT (NEXT PHASE)
4DJB   SURGICAL INTENSIVE CARE (NEXT PHASE)
4DJA   MEDICAL INTENSIVE CARE (NEXT PHASE)
4DIA   NUCLEAR MEDICINE CLINIC (NEXT PHASE)
4DHA   INHALATION AND RESPIRATORY THERAPY (NEXT PHASE)
4DGE   AMBULATORY NURSING SERVICES (NEXT PHASE)
4DGD   PERITONEAL DIALYSIS (NEXT PHASE)
4DGC   HYPERBARIC MEDICINE NOMI
4DGB   HEMODIALYSIS (NEXT PHASE)
4DGA   AMBULATORY PROCEDURE UNIT (APU) (NEXT PHASE)
4DFZ   OTHER SURGICAL SVCS
4DFC   RECOVERY ROOM (NEXT PHASE)
4DFB   SURGICAL SUITE (NEXT PHASE)
4DFA   ANESTHESIOLOGY (NEXT PHASE)
4DEB   CENTRAL MATERIAL SERVICE
4DEA   CENTRAL STERILE SUPPLY (NEXT PHASE)
4DE2   CENTRAL OXYGEN SUPPLY SVC
4DE1   TRI-SVC CENTRAL PROC DISTR SYS (TRICPD)
4DDZ   OTHER SPEC PROCEDURES
4DDE   CARDIAC CATHETERIZATION (NEXT PHASE)
4DDD   PULMONARY FUNCTION (NEXT PHASE)
4DDC   ELECTRONEUROMYOGRAPHY (NEXT PHASE)
4DDB   ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPHY (NEXT PHASE)
4DDA   ELECTROCARDIOGRAPHY (NEXT PHASE)
4DCZ   OTHER RADIOLOGY SVC
4DCA   CAT - DIAGNOSTIC RADIOLOGY
4DC2   HIV RADIOLOGY
4DBZ   OTHER PATHOLOGY SVCS
4DBF   BIOCHEMICAL GENETICS LAB (NEXT PHASE)
4DBE   MOLECULAR GENETICS LAB (NEXT PHASE)
4DBD   CYTOGENETIC LAB (NEXT PHASE)
4DBC   INACTIVE - NEXT PHASE
4DBB   ANATOMICAL PATHOLOGY (NEXT PHASE)
4DBA   CAT - CLINICAL PATHOLOGY
4DB8   AUTOMATED BLOOD PRODUCT LABELING SYSTEM
4DB7   DEFENSE BLOOD MGMT INFO SYS (DBMIS)
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                          CAC (Navy)
CODE   VALUE
4DB6   LAB INFORMATION SYS (LABIS)
4DAA   CAT - PHARMACY
4DA4   PHARMACY DATA TRANSACTION SYSTEM(PDTS)
4D01   FORWARD DEPLOYABLE PREVENTIVE MEDICINE UNIT (FDPMU)
4CX0   MIL DUTY/ABSENCE FOR CACs 4C**
4CBA   DENTAL LABORATORY - IN HOUSE (NEXT PHASE)
4CAJ   DENTAL VAN SERVICES
4CAG   ORAL SURGERY (MTF ONLY) - APV
4CAA   DENTAL SERVICES - IN HOUSE (NEXT PHASE )
4CA5   DENTAL OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT (M3D)
4C11   DENMIS/DENCACS
4C10   CAT - FLEET DENTAL REPAIR SVC (FLEET SUPPORT)
4BX0   MIL DUTY/ABSENCE FOR 4BED
4BLB   OP OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY (NEXT PHASE)
4BLA   OP PHYSICAL THERAPY CLINIC (NEXT PHASE)
4BKA   UNDERSEAS MEDICINE CLINIC (NEXT PHASE)
4BJA   FLIGHT MEDICINE CLINIC (NOMI)
4BIA   CAT - EMERGENCY MEDICAL
4BHZ   OTHER PRIMARY MED CARE
4BHI   ELECTRONIC PHYSICAL EXAM (EPE)
4BHH   TRI PRIME TRICARE OUTPATIENT CLINIC
4BHG   OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH CLINIC
4BHF   COMMUNITY HEALTH CLINIC - IN HOUSE
4BHE   OP SPEECH PATH (NEXT PHASE)
4BHD   OP AUDIOLOGY (NEXT PHASE)
4BHC   OP OPTOMETRY (NEXT PHASE)
4BHB   MEDICAL EXAM CLINIC (NOMI)
4BHA   PRIMARY CARE CLINIC (RPOW @ NOMI)
4BH0   TRI PRIME (TRICARE OUTPATIENT CLINIC)
4BGA   OP FAMILY PRACTICE (NEXT PHASE)
4BFZ   OTHER PSY & MENTAL HLTH NOT CLASSIFIED
4BFF   OP SUBSTANCE ABUSE (NEXT PHASE)
4BFE   OP SOCIAL WORK (NEXT PHASE)
4BFD   OP MENTAL HEALTH (NEXT PHASE)
4FA6   DRUG LABORATORY IMMUNOASSAY OPERATIONS
4FA5   DRUG LABORATORY ACESSIONING OPERATIONS
4FA3   PREVENTIVE MEDICINE TRAINING
4FA2   OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH TRAINING
4FA1   HIV PROFESSIONAL TRAINING
4F61   DEFICIENCY ABATEMENT
4F52   FRAME OF CHOICE - FABRICATION
4F40   SUPPORT TO R & D COMMAND (BUMED ONLY-CANCER PROJ.)
4F39   CAT - SUPPORT TO NDC OKINAWA
4F38   CAT - SUPPORT TO NDC YOKOSUKA
4F37   CAT - SUPPORT TO NH OKINAWA
4F36   CAT - SUPPORT TO NH YOKOSUKA
4F35   CAT - SUPPORT TO NH GUAM
4F33   CAT - SUPPORT TO NDC NAPLES
4F32   CAT - SUPPORT TO NH ROTA
4F31   CAT - SUPPORT TO NH NAPLES
4F30   CAT - SUPPORT TO NMCL LONDON
            b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                          CAC (Navy)
CODE   VALUE
4F29   CAT - SUPPORT TO NH KEFLAVIK
4F28   CAT - SUPPORT TO NH SIGONELLA
4F27   CAT - SUPPORT TO NBDC ROOSEVELT ROADS
4F26   CAT - SUPPORT TO NH ROOSEVELT ROADS
4F25   CAT - SUPPORT TO NH GUANTANAMO BAY
4F15   DOEHRS-IH (INDUSTRIAL HYGIENE MODULE)
4F14   OPTHAL PRODUCTION AUTO SYS
4F13   CLAIMS PROCESSING SYSTEM (CPS) (MMSO)
4F12   AVAIATION MED DATA RETRIEVAL SYSTEM
4F11   DOEHRS-HC (HEARING CONSERVATION MODULE)
4EX0   MIL DUTY/ABSENCE FOR CACs 4E**
4EKB   DATA QUALITY CODING INITIATIVE (M3M)
4EKA   OUTPATIENT ADMIN (MTFS)
4EK1   MEDICAL BOARDS TRACKING APPLICATION (MBTA)
4EJA   INPATIENT ADMIN (MTFS) (NEXT PHASE)
4EJ9   TRICARE/ LEAD AGENT (MISSION COSTS)
4EJ8   CAMCHAS ADMIN
4EJ6   CALL CENTER (APPOINTING)
4EJ4   HEALTH CARE CONTRACTING ADMIN FOR DRUG LABS (NMLC FT.
4EIC   INPATIENT CLINICAL NUTRITION MANAGEMENT
4EIB   COMBINED FOOD OPERATIONS
4EIA   PATIENT FOOD OPERATIONS
4EHA   LAUNDRY - IN HOUSE
4EGA   BIOMEDICAL EQUIP REPAIR - IN HOUSE (NEXT PHASE)
4EFA   CUSTODIAL SERVICES
4EE4   STANDARD PROCUREMENT SYSTEM (SPS)
4EE2   CAT - MATERIEL MANAGEMENT
4EE1   CAT - PROCUREMENT MANAGEMENT
4EBZ   CASE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM (M3M)
4EBS   HOMELAND SECURITY (M09HS)
4EBI   GRADUATE DENTAL EDUCATION SUPPORT
4EBH   THIRD PARTY COLLECTION (ADMIN) (MTFS)
4EBG   PEACETIME EXERCISES/DISASTER PREPARATION
4EBF   CONTINUING EDUCATION AND TRAINING SUPPORT (M7)
4EBE   GRADUATE MEDICAL EDUCATION SUPPORT
4EBD   HEALTHCARE OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT (M3M, M3M1, M3M2, M3M
4EBB   SPECIAL STAFF
4EB9   TPOCS
4EB8   CENTRALIZED CREDENTIALS QUALITY ASSURANCE SYSTEM (CCQA
4EB6   CENTRALIZED CREDENTIALING REV & PRIVILIGING ACTIVITY
4EB5   MAC/THIRD PARTY LIABILITY (MTFS)
4EB4   ACCREDITATION SURVEY ACTIVITIES
4EB3   QUALITY MANAGEMENT (M0984)
4EB2   TRNG OH SUPPORT - DIV. LEVEL III (FHOTC), SWMI
4EB1   TRNG OH SUPPORT - DEPT. LEVEL II (FHOTC), SWMI
4E22   NAVY DRUG ALCOHOL COUNSELING SCHOOL (NDACS)
4E21   DRUG ALCOHOL PROGRAM MANAGEMENT ACTIVITY - DAPMA
4E19   DMLSS
4E17   EAS IV
4E16   AUTOMATED PROCUREMENT SYSTEM
4E15   PROPERTY MGMT BUDGET SYSTEM
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                          CAC (Navy)
CODE   VALUE
4E14   MEDICAL INVENTORY CTRL SYSTEM
4E13   BIOMEDICAL FACILITIES SYSTEM
4E12   DEFENSE MEDICAL REG INFO SYS (DMRIS)
4E11   MEQS III (NMIMC)
4E10   MEPRS
4ADA   PEDIATRICS
4ACZ   OTHER OB/GYN CARE (COST POOL)
4ACB   OBSTETRICS
4ACA   GYNECOLOGY
4ABZ   OTHER SURGICAL CARE (COST POOL) (NEXT PHASE)
4ABQ   VASCULAR AND INTERVENTIONAL RADIOLOGY
4ABN   PERIPHERAL VASCULAR SURGERY
4ABL   ORGAN TRANSPLANT
4ABK   UROLOGY
4ABJ   PROCTOLOGY
4ABI   PLASTIC SURGERY
4ABH   PEDIATRIC SURGERY
4ABG   OTORHINOLARY
4ABF   ORAL SURGERY (MTFS) (NEXT PHASE)
4ABE   OPHTHALMOLOGY
4ABD   NEUROSURGERY
4ABB   CARDIOVAS & THORACIC SURGERY
4ABA   GENERAL SURGERY
4AAZ   OTHER MEDICAL CARE (COST POOL)
4AAS   ALLERGY - IP VA/DOD SHARING
4AAR   INFECTIOUS DISEASE
4AAQ   BONE MARROW TRANSPLANT
4AAP   HIV III (NEXT PHASE)
4AAO   CLIN IMMUNOLOGY
4AAN   PHYSICAL MEDICINE
4AAM   RHEUMATOLOGY
4AAL   PUL/RESP/DISEASE
4AAK   ONCOLOGY
4AAJ   NEUROLOGY
4AAI   NEPHROLOGY
4AAG   HEMATOLOGY
4AAF   GASTROENTEROLOGY
4AAE   ENDOCRINOLOGY
4AAD   DERMATOLOGY
4AAB   CARDIOLOGY
4AAA   INTERNAL MED
4A11   AUTO CARDIAC CATHETERIZATION LAB SYS (A
4A10   COMPUTER ASST PROCESSING OF CARDIOGRAMS
46X0   MIL DUTY/ABSENCE FOR CACs 46**
4668   COMBINED HUMANITARIAN ASSISTANCE RESPONSE TRAINING
4667   CBR-E NEHC COURSES
4666   DECONTAMINATION STATION TRAINING
4665   MEDICAL FACILITIES MANAGEMENT COURSE
4664   AERO-EVACUATION TRAINING
4663   FIELD MED/DEN TECHNICIAN TRAINING
4662   ENTOMOLOGY TRAINING
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                          CAC (Navy)
CODE   VALUE
4661   INFECTIOUS DISEASE CONTROL TRAINING
4660   SANITATION & FOOD SERVICE TRNG
4658   JOINT MEDICAL EXECUTIVE SKILLS DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM
4657   DENTAL TECHNICIAN SHORT COURSES
4655   DENTAL OFFICER SHORT COURSES
4653   INDUSTRIAL HYGIENE TRNG
4652   PEST MANAGEMENT TRAINING
4651   FIELD MEDICAL SERVICE OFFICER (FMSO) COURSE
4650   FLEET MARINE FORCE MEDICAL OFFFICER TRAINING
4649   AEROSPACE MEDICINE FLIGHT SURGEON, OFCR TRNG
4646   MEDICAL DEPARTMENT OFFICERS FMF ORIENTA
4638   FLEET MARINE FORCE SUSTAINMENT TRAINING
4637   COMMAND AMPHIBIOUS TASK FORCE ORIENTATION
4636   CASUALTY RECEIVING AND TREATMENT SHIP ORIENTATION
4635   ADVANCE SPECIAL OPERATIONS COMBAT MEDICINE COURSE
4634   SPECIAL OPERATIONS COMBAT MEDICINE COURSE
4633   SURFACE FORCE MEDICAL INDOCTRINATION COURSE (ENLISTED)
4632   MOUNTAIN MEDICINE COURSE
4419   RADIATION HEALTH INDOCTRINATION COURSE
4418   UNDERSEA IDC REFRESHER TRAINING
4417   DENTAL OFFICER IN-SERVICE RESIDENCY
4416   NUCLEAR MEDICINE TECH, PHASE I
4415   RESPIRATORY TECH TRAINING PHASE II
4414   AEROSPACE PHYSIOLOGY TECH TRAINING
4413   RADIATION HEALTH OFFICER COURSE
4412   AEROSPACE MEDICINE TECH TRAINING
4306   ARMED FORCES SCHOLAR PGRM
4305   DENTAL CORPS FULL-TIME OUTSERVICE
4304   NURSE CORPS FULL-TIME OUTSERVICE
4303   MEDICAL CORPS FULL-TIME OUTSERVICE
4302   MEDICAL SERVICE CORPS FULL-TIME OUTSERVICE
4301   INSERVICE PROCUREMENT PROGRAM
4208   TRAUMA TRAINING
4207   ADVANCED TRAUMA LIFE SUPPORT RECERTIFICATION
1X90   UNDISTRIBUTED EXPENSES FOR 4BED
1X50   FRINGE BENEFITS FOR 4BED
1RX0   MIL DUTY/ABSENCE FOR CACs 1R**
1RV0   LEAVE, TRAUMA INJURY FOR 4BED
1RS0   OTHER COMMAND EFFORT
1RP0   LEAVE, ACCEL CREDIT FOR 4BED
1RN1   GRANDFATHER COMP TIME, PAID FOR 4BED
1RN0   COMP TIME, CREDITS FOR 4BED
1R10   INCENTIVE AWARDS FOR 4BED
1R00   REEMPLOYED ANNUITANT FOR 4BED
1MX0   MIL DUTY/ABSENCE FOR CACs 1M**
1M11   MANPOWER AND PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT (M1)
1JX0   MIL DUTY/ABSENCE FOR CACs 1J**
1J20   OTHER OFFICE SERVICES
1J10   PRINTING AND REPRODUCTION
1HX0   MIL DUTY/ABSENCE FOR CACs 1H**
1B10   ADMINISTRATION (OPERATIONS)
             b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                           CAC (Navy)
CODE   VALUE
1A40   LEGAL OFFICE (M00J, M00L)
1A10   COMMAND & EXECUTIVE OFFICES
18X0   MIL DUTY/ABSENCE FOR CACs 18**
1820   DISTRIBUTION/DEPOSITORIES - AUDIOVISUAL
----   NOT APPLICABLE
1810   MANAGEMENT AND SUPPORT (AUDIOVISUAL)
b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
            CITIZENSHIP
 CODE    VALUE
 AA      ARUBA
 AC      ANTIGUA AND BARBUDA
 AF      AFGHANISTAN
 AG      ALGERIA
 AJ      AZERBAIJAN
 AL      ALBANIA
 AM      ARMENIA
 AN      ANDORRA
 AO      ANGOLA
 AQ      AMERICAN SAMOA
 AR      ARGENTINA
 AS      AUSTRALIA
 AT      ASHMORE AND CARTIER ISLANDS
 AU      AUSTRIA
 AV      ANGUILLA
 AY      ANTARCTICA
 BA      BAHRAIN
 BB      BARBADOS
 BC      BOTSWANA
 BD      BERMUDA
 BE      BELGIUM
 BF      BAHAMAS, THE
 BG      BANGLADESH
 BH      BELIZE
 BK      BOSNIA & HERZEGOVINA
 BL      BOLIVIA
 BM      BURMA
 BN      BENIN
 BO      BELARUS
 BP      SOLOMON ISLANDS
 BQ      NAVASSA ISLAND
 BR      BRAZIL
 BS      BASSAS DA INDIA
 BT      BHUTAN
 BU      BULGARIA
 BV      BOUVET ISLAND
 BX      BRUNEI
 BY      BURUNDI
 CA      CANADA
 CB      CAMBODIA (FORMERLY KAMPUCHE
 CD      CHAD
 CE      SRI LANKA
 CF      CONGO
 CG      ZAIRE
 CH      CHINA
 CI      CHILE
 CJ      CAYMAN ISLANDS
 CK      COCOS (KEELING) ISLANDS
 CM      CAMEROON
 CN      COMOROS
 CO      COLOMBIA
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            CITIZENSHIP
 CODE    VALUE
 CQ      NORTHERN MARIAN A ISLANDS (
 CR      CORAL SEA ISLANDS
 CS      COSTA RICA
 CT      CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC
 CU      CUBA
 CV      CAPE VERDE (FORMERLY CAPE V
 CW      COOK ISLANDS
 CY      CYPRUS
 CZ      CZECHOSLOVAKIA
 DA      DENMARK
 DJ      DJIBOUTI
 DO      DOMINICA
 DQ      JARVIS ISLAND
 DR      DOMINICAN REPUBLIC
 EC      ECUADOR
 EG      EGYPT
 EI      IRELAND
 EK      EQUATORIAL GUINEA
 EN      ESTONIA
 ER      ERITREA
 ES      EL SALVADOR
 ET      ETHIOPIA
 EU      EUROPA ISLAND
 EZ      CZECH REPUBLIC
 FG      FRENCH GUIANA
 FI      FINLAND
 FJ      FIJI
 FK      FALKLAND ISLAND S (INCL WES
 FM      FEDERATED STATES OF MICRON
 FO      FAROE ISLANDS
 FP      FRENCH POLYNESIA
 FQ      BAKER ISLAND
 FR      FRANCE
 FS      FRENCH SOUTHERN AND ANTARCT
 GA      GAMBIA, THE
 GB      GABON
 GG      GEORGIA
 GH      GHANA
 GI      GIBRALTAR
 GJ      GRENADA
 GK      GUERNSEY
 GL      GREENLAND
 GM      GERMANY
 GO      GLORIOSO ISLANDS
 GP      GUADELOUPE
 GQ      GUAM
 GR      GREECE
 GT      GUATEMALA
 GV      GUINEA
 GY      GUYANA
 GZ      GAZA STRIP
b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
            CITIZENSHIP
 CODE    VALUE
 HA      HAITI
 HK      HONG KONG
 HM      HEARD ISLAND AND MCDONALD I
 HO      HONDURAS
 HQ      HOWLAND ISLANDS
 HR      CROATIA
 HU      HUNGARY
 IC      ICELAND
 ID      INDONESIA
 IM      MAN, ISLE OF
 IN      INDIA
 IO      BRITISH INDIAN OCEAN TERRIT
 IP      CLIPPERTON ISLAND
 IR      IRAN
 IS      ISRAEL
 IT      ITALY
 IV      IVORY COAST
 IY      IRAQ-SAUDI ARABIA NEUTRAL Z
 IZ      IRAQ
 JA      JAPAN (INCLUDES OKINAWA)
 JE      JERSEY
 JM      JAMAICA
 JN      JAN MAYEN
 JO      JORDAN
 JQ      JOHNSTON ATOLL
 JU      JUAN DE NOVA ISLAND
 KE      KENYA
 KG      KYRGYZSTAN
 KN      KOREA, DEMOCRATIC PEOPLES R
 KQ      KINGMAN REEF
 KR      KIRIBATI
 KS      KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
 KT      CHRISTMAS ISLAND
 KU      KUWAIT
 KZ      KAZAKHSTAN
 LA      LAOS
 LE      LEBANON
 LG      LATVIA
 LH      LITHUANIA
 LI      LIBERIA
 LO      SLOVAKIA
 LQ      PALMYRA ATOLL
 LS      LIECHTENSTEIN
 LT      LESOTHO
 LU      LUXEMBOURG
 LY      LIBYA
 MA      MADAGASCAR
 MB      MARTINIQUE
 MC      MACAU
 MD      MOLDOVA
 MF      MAYOTTE
b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
            CITIZENSHIP
 CODE    VALUE
 MG      MONGOLIA
 MH      MONTSERRAT
 MI      MALAWI
 MK      MACEDONIA
 ML      MALI
 MN      MONACO
 MO      MOROCCO
 MP      MAURITIUS
 MQ      MIDWAY ISLANDS
 MR      MAURITANIA
 MT      MALTA
 MU      OMAN
 MV      MALDIVES
 MW      MONTENEGRO
 MX      MEXICO
 MY      MALAYSIA
 MZ      MOZAMBIQUE
 NA      NETHERLANDS ANTILLES
 NC      NEW CALEDONIA
 NE      NIUE
 NF      NORFOLK ISLAND
 NG      NIGER
 NH      VANUATU
 NI      NIGERIA
 NL      NETHERLANDS
 NO      NORWAY
 NP      NEPAL
 NR      NAURU
 NS      SURINAME
 NU      NICARAGUA
 NZ      NEW ZEALAND
 PA      PARAGUAY
 PC      PITCAIRN ISLANDS
 PE      PERU
 PF      PARACEL ISLANDS
 PG      SPRATLY ISLANDS
 PK      PAKISTAN
 PL      POLAND
 PM      PANAMA
 PO      PORTUGAL
 PP      PAPUA NEW GUINEA
 PQ      CANAL ZONE
 PS      PALAU
 PU      GUINEA-BISSAU
 QA      QATAR
 RE      REUNION
 RM      MARSHALL ISLANDS
 RO      ROMANIA
 RP      PHILIPPINES
 RQ      PUERTO RICO
 RS      RUSSIA
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            CITIZENSHIP
 CODE    VALUE
 RW      RWANDA
 SA      SAUDI ARABIA
 SB      ST. PIERRE AND MIGUELON
 SC      ST. CHRISTOPHER, ST. KITTS
 SE      SEYCHELLES
 SF      SOUTH AFRICA
 SG      SENEGAL
 SH      ST. HELENA
 SI      SLOVENIA
 SL      SIERRA LEONE
 SM      SAN MARINO
 SN      SINGAPORE
 SO      SOMALIA
 SP      SPAIN
 SR      SERBIA
 ST      ST. LUCIA
 SU      SUDAN
 SV      SVALBARD
 SW      SWEDEN
 SX      SOUTH GEORGIA AND SOUTH SAN
 SY      SYRIA
 SZ      SWITZERLAND
 TC      UNITED ARAB EMIRATES
 TD      TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO
 TE      TROMELIN ISLAND
 TH      THAILAND
 TI      TAJIKISTAN
 TK      TURKS AND CAICOS ISLANDS
 TL      TOKELAU
 TN      TONGA
 TO      TOGO
 TP      SAO TOME AND PRINCIPE
 TS      TUNISIA
 TT      EAST TIMOR
 TU      TURKEY
 TV      TUVALU
 TW      TAIWAN (FORMERLY CHINA-TAIW
 TX      TURKMENISTAN
 TZ      TANZANIA, UNITED REPUBLIC O
 UG      UGANDA
 UK      UNITED KINGDOM
 UP      UKRAINE
 UR      UNION OF SOVIET SOCIALIST R
 US      UNITED STATES
 UV      BURKINA (FORMERLY UPPER VOL
 UY      URUGUAY
 UZ      UZBEKISTAN
 VC      ST. VINCENT AND THE GRENADI
 VE      VENEZUELA
 VI      BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS
 VM      VIETNAM
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            CITIZENSHIP
 CODE    VALUE
 VQ      VIRGIN ISLANDS
 VT      VATICAN CITY
 WA      NAMIBIA
 WE      WEST BANK
 WF      WALLIS AND FUTUNA
 WI      WESTERN SAHARA
 WQ      WAKE ISLAND
 WS      WESTERN SAMOA
 WZ      SWAZILAND
 YM      YEMEN
 YO      YUGOSLAVIA
 Z       UNKNOWN
 ZA      ZAMBIA
 ZI      ZIMBABWE
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           CONTACT TYPE
         CODE             VALUE
      A          Adopted Child
      C          Child
      D          Domestic Partner
      F          Friend
      JP_D1      Eldest Daughter
      JP_D2      Second Daughter
      JP_D3      Third Daughter
      JP_FT      Father
      JP_GC      Grandchild
      JP_MT      Mother
      JP_OTHER   Other
      JP_S1      Eldest Son
      JP_S2      Second Son
      JP_S3      Third Son
      M          Contact
      O          Foster Child
      P          Parent
      R          Domestic Partner Child
      S          Spouse
      T          Step Child
      E          Emergency Contact
      OTH        Other Contact
      SP         Sponsor
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         CONTRACTOR TYPE
        CODE          VALUE
        RS   Resource Sharing
        SC   Services Contractor
        NS   Non Service Contractor
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                                   COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                 DESCRIPTION                                DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR


                                                                                        1. Applies joint and Service-specific
                                                                                        contingency planning processes.
                                                                                        2. Directs the development and
                           Contingency planning requires the                            implementation of the HCMO plan for
                           preparation for delivery of medical                          contingency responses.
                           services/care in emergencies                                 3. Evaluates, takes corrective
                           involving military forces. Natural                           actions, and reports contingency plan
                           disasters, terrorists, subversives, or                       execution.
                           military operations may lead to these                        4. Integrates managed care support
                           service requirements. Contingency                            contractors into HCMO contingency
                           planning includes readiness planning,                        planning.
                           organization, management, logistics,                         5. Incorporates DoD and Service
                           personnel, and patient care to meet                          chemical, biological, radiological,
    ES.JMESP-CONTINGENCY   operational and peacetime                                    nuclear, and high explosive (CBRNE)
1   PLANNING               requirements.                                   18629        policies in contingency plans.

                                                                                        1. Understands and applies the Joint
                                                                                        Training System and the
                                                                                        development of joint and
                                                                                        interoperable skills.
                                                                                        2. Ensures (demonstrates) assigned
                                                                                        personnel maintain competency to
                                                                                        deliver health care in joint and
                                                                                        combined environment.
                                                                                        3. Directs, executes, evaluates, and
                                                                                        modifies (demonstrates and applies)
                                                                                        joint operations in accordance with
                           Joint and Combined Operations                                joint and Service-specific operations
                           require participation in realistic                           and support plans.
                           individual, collective, and unit medical                     4. Completes just in time training for
    ES.JMESP-JOINT         readiness training to include joint and                      combined operations.
2   OPERATIONS/EXERCISES   combined exercises or deployment.               18629        5. Employs (applies) effective C4i.
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CODE VALUE                       DESCRIPTION                             DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                                            1. Interprets an applies current
                                                                                            military doctrine applicable to the
                                                                                            HCMO.
                                                                                            2. Compares and contrasts Service-
                                                                                            specific medical doctrine and
                                 Medical Doctrine describes the                             strategies (e.g., Defense Planning
                                 fundamental principles by which                            Guidance, Medical Readiness
                                 medical forces guide their actions in                      Strategic Plan series, etc.) as they
                                 support of military objectives. Medical                    relate to the implementation of joint
                                 doctrine porvides a common                                 strategies.
                                 perspective and requires judgment in                       3. Utilizes and contributes lessons
3   ES.JMESP-MEDICAL DOCTRINE    application.                                               learned to medical doctrine.
                                                                               18629 PORTSMOUTH

                                 Medical readiness training
                                 incorporates those courses, hands-
                                 on training programs, and exercises
                                 designed to develop, enhance, and                            1. Plans, resources, directs,
                                 maintain military medical skills.                            evaluates, and documents medical
                                 Military readiness training includes                         readiness training and exercises.
                                 individual, collective, and unit training                    2. Applies current medical plans and
                                 experiences required to ensure                               doctrine.
                                 health care personnel and units are                          3. Validates HCMO readiness
    ES.JMESP-MEDICAL READINESS   capable of performing operational                            reports.
4   TRAINING                     missions.                                   18629
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                                        COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                      DESCRIPTION                            DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR

                                                                                         1. Explains the Defense Planning
                                                                                         Guidance and the role of the MHS in
                                                                                         support of the National Security and
                                                                                         Military Strategies.
                                                                                         2. Supports the combatant
                                                                                         commander's mission, war-fighting
                                                                                         operations, and mission essential
                                                                                         tasks.
                                                                                         3. Summarizes and evaluates the
                                                                                         relevancy of data and provides
                                                                                         recommendations for force medical
                                                                                         protection and sustainment.
                                                                                         4. In concert with line commanders,
                                                                                         ensures medically ready forces.
                                The military mission establishes the                     5. Evaluates health services support
                                relationship of the HCMO with the                        for operational requirements (OPLAN
5   ES.JMESP-MILITARY MISSION   line.                                       18629        missions).
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CODE VALUE                          DESCRIPTION                         DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR


                                                                                          1. Explains the relationship between
                                                                                          the Department of Veterans Affairs
                                                                                          and the HCMO.
                                                                                          2. Explains the interrelationships of
                                                                                          the National Disaster Medical System
                                                                                          and the Civil Military Cooperative
                                                                                          Assistance Program with the HCMO.
                                National Disaster Medical Systems                         3. Executes the concepts of military
                                Management/Department of                                  support to civil authorities* (MSCA)
                                Veterans Affairs Role. The National                       as required.
                                Disaster Medical System (NDMS) is                         4. Plans, programs, and integrates
                                an inter-departmental national mutual                     the National Disaster Medical System
                                aid system developed by Federal                           and Civil Military Cooperative
                                departments and Agencies to provide                       Assistance Program into HCMO
                                for the medical needs of victims of                       readiness and mobilization exercises.
                                major disasters, and to provide                           (includes coordination with the local
                                backup support for medical systems                        community on credentials of medical
                                of the Department of Defense and                          and allied health professionals.)
                                Veterans Affairs in caring for                            *MSCA is defined by DoDD 3025.1
                                casualties from medical conflicts.                        as: those activities and measures
                                The Department of Health and                              taken by the DoD components to
                                Human Services is the lead Federal                        foster mutual assisance and support
                                Agency for administering NDMS, and                        between the Department of Defense
                                would coordinate NDMS operations                          and any civil government agency in
                                in response to civil emergencies. The                     planning or preparedness for, or in
                                Department of Defense could                               the application of resources for
                                activate and coordinate NDMS                              response to, the consequences of
    ES.JMESP-NATIONAL DISASTER operations in support of military                          civil emergencies or attacks,
    MEDICAL SYSTEMS MGT/DEPT OF contingencies. (Source DoDD                               including national security
6   VA ROLE                     3025.10)                                     18629        emergencies.
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CODE VALUE                           DESCRIPTION                       DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                                         1. Articulates and leads the strategic
                                                                                         planning and management process
                                                                                         and ensures alignment of
                                                                                         departmental plans with the strategic
                                                                                         plan.
                                                                                         2. Conducts situational analysis:
                                                                                         - Clarifies the HCMO mandates,
                                                                                         including its regulatory, political,
                                                                                         competitive, technological, social,
                                                                                         economic, and environmental issues.
                                                                                         - Conducts gap analysis in support of
                                                                                         mission requirements.
                                                                                         - Initiates SWOT (strengths,
                                                                                         weaknesses, opportunities, and
                                                                                         threats) analysis to identify the
                                                                                         opportunities and threats in the
                                                                                         environment and strengths and
                                                                                         weaknesses in the organization.
                                                                                         - Identifies critical success factors.
                                                                                         - Articulates and aligns HCMO
                                                                                         mission and directional strategies
                                                                                         with those of the enterprise.
                                                                                         3. Identifies, selects, implements,
                                                                                         and assesses strategic alternatives:
                                                                                         - Develops strategic alternatives
                                                                                         based on the situational analysis.
                                                                                         - Outlines a series of actions toward
                                Strategic Planning is the iterative                      achieving the organization's direction
                                organizational process for assessing                     or overcoming stated obstacles to
                                the situation, establishing direction,                   achievement of the direction.
                                developing, and executing HCMO                           - Assesses costs, benefits, risks, and
                                strategic goals in support of mission                    value of each alternative.
7   ES.JMESP-STRATEGIC PLANNING requirements.                                18629       - Assesses alternatives for strategic
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CODE VALUE                         DESCRIPTION                          DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                                          1. Integrates active and reserve
                                                                                          coponents into HCMO operations.
                                                                                          2. Integrates total force management
                                                                                          into HCMO readiness and
                                   Total force management includes                        mobilization activities.
                                   doctrine and procedures regarding                      3. Explains mobilization and
     ES.JMESP-TOTAL FORCE          management of all military medical                     demobilization laws to assigned
8    MANAGEMENT                    components.                                18629       forces.
                                   POSSESSES INSTRUCTOR SKILLS
     I.PERFORMS ACLS INSTRUCTOR    NECESSARY TO TEACH AHA
9    ROLE                          ACLS COURSE                                18629

                                   PERFORMS SKILLS OF ADULT
                                   CARDIOPULMONARY
                                   RESUSCITATION, RELIEF OF
                                   FOREIGN-BODY AIRWAY
     M.PERFORMS ADULT CPR AND      OBSTRUCTION AND USE OF AED
10   USE OF AED                    ACCORDING TO AHA STANDARDS                 18629

                                   EVALUATES AND MANAGES THE
                                   FIRST 10 MINUTES OF ADULT
                                   VENTRICULAR
                                   FIBRILLATION/VENTRICULAR
     M.PERFORMS ADVANCED           TACHYCARDIA ARREST
11   CARDIAC LIFE SUPPORT SKILLS   ACCORDING TO AHA STANDARDS                 18629
     M.PERFORMS ADVANCED
12   TRAUMA LIFE SUPPORT SKILLS                                               18629
                                   PERFORMS SKILLS OF
                                   CARDIOPULMONARY
                                   RESUSCITATION AND RELIEF OF
                                   FOREIGN-BODY AIRWAY
     M.PERFORMS BASIC LIFE         OBSTRUCTION ACCORDING TO
13   SUPPORT SKILLS                AHA STANDARDS                              18629
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CODE VALUE                        DESCRIPTION                 DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                  PERFORMS CORE-LEVEL
                                  COGNITIVE KNOWLEDGE AND
                                  PSYCHOMOTOR SKILL IN CARE
                                  OF THE TRAUMA PATIENT OF
14   CORPUS CHRISTI TX            THE                               18629
                                  POSSESSES INSTRUCTOR SKILLS
     I.PERFORMS BLS INSTRUCTOR    NECESSARY TO TEACH AHA BLS
15   ROLE                         COURSE                            18629
     M.PERFORMS DISASTER
16   HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS                                       18629
     M.PERFORMS EMERGENCY
     MEDICAL TECHNICIAN-BASIC     PERFORMS NATIONAL REGISTRY
17   SKILLS                       EMT-BASIC SKILLS                18629

                                  PERFORMS NEONATAL
                                  RESUSCITATION SKILLS OF
                                  RESUSCITATION BAG AND MASK,
                                  CHEST COMPRESSIONS AND
     M.PERFORMS NEONATAL          ENDOTRACHIAL INTUBATION,
18   RESUSCITATION BASIC SKILLS   AND ADMINISTERS MEDICATIONS     18629

                                  POSSESSES INSTRUCTOR SKILLS
     M.PERFORMS NRP INSTRUCTOR    TO TEACH AMERICAN ACADEMY
19   ROLE                         OF PEDIATRICS NRP COURSE        18629
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                                           COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                        DESCRIPTION                     DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR


                                TEACHES AMERICAN HEART
                                ASSOCIATION SKILLS NEEDED TO
                                RECOGNIZE INFANTS/CHILDREN
                                AT RISK FOR
                                CARDIOPULMONARY ARREST,
                                PREVENT CARDIOPULMONARY
                                ARREST IN INFANT/CHILDREN
                                AND RESUSCITATE AND
                                STABILZE INFANTS/CHILDREN IN
     M.PERFORMS PALS INSTRUCTOR RESPIRATORY FAILURE, SHOCK
20   ROLE                       OR CARDIOPULMONARY ARREST.             18629


                                  RECOGNIZES BY AMERICAN
                                  HEART ASSOCIATION
                                  STANDARDS INFANTS/CHILDREN
                                  AT RISK FOR
                                  CARDIOPULMONARY ARREST,
                                  PREVENTS CARDIOPULMONARY
                                  ARRESTS IN INFANTS/CHILDREN
                                  AND RESUSCITATES AND
                                  STABLIZES INFANTS/CHILDREN IN
     M.PERFORMS PEDIATRIC         RESPIRATORY FAILURE, SHOCK
21   ADVANCED LIFE SUPPORT (PALS) OR CARDIOPULMONARY ARREST            18629
                                  PERFORMS RAPID AND
                                  ACCURATE ASSESSMENT,
                                  IDENTIFICATION OF SHOCK AND
                                  HYPOXEMIA, INITIATION OF
                                  INTERVENTION TECHNIQUES
     M.PERFORMS PRE-HOSPITAL      AND RAPID AND SAFE
22   TRAUMA LIFE SUPPORT SKILLS   TRANSPORTATION                       18629
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CODE VALUE                         DESCRIPTION                  DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR

                                   TEACHES EMERGENCY NURSES
                                   ASSOCIATION TNCC SKILLS
                                   USING APPROPRIATE TEACHING
     M.PERFORMS TNCC               STATEGIES AND CORRECT
23   INSTRUCTOR ROLE               EVALUATION METHODS                18629
                                   BASED ON USAMRIID, CAN
     R.IDENTIFIES KEY              IDENTIFY KEY KEY
     BIOLOGICAL/CHEMICAL           BIOLOGICAL/CHEMICAL
24   WARFARE/TERRORISM ISSUES      WARFARE/TERRORISM ISSUES          18629

     R.IDENTIFIES KEY COMPONENTS
     OF ANTI-TERRORISM FORCE
25   PROTECTION                                                      18629
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CODE VALUE                 DESCRIPTION                            DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                                    Change Management
                                                                                    1. Recognizes types, states, and
                                                                                    psychological aspects of change.
                                                                                    2. Diagnoses the HCMO situation
                                                                                    from a systems perspective, decides
                                                                                    what needs to be changed, and
                                                                                    assesses the HCMO's readiness and
                                                                                    ability to proactively embrace change.
                                                                                    3. Develops a strategy for change:
                                                                                    - Communicates the need and the
                                                                                    process for change.
                                                                                    - Creates and champions a shared
                                                                                    vision of and a climae for change.
                                                                                    - Identifies change agents.
                                                                                    - Develops a transition structure to
                                                                                    manage the change process.
                                                                                    - Anticipates and develops strategies
                                                                                    to deal with resistance to change.
                                                                                    - Deals effectively with political
                                                                                    dynamics of change.
                                                                                    - Establishes metrics for measuring
                                                                                    change.
                                                                                    4. Implements change strategy:
                                                                                    - Establishes a change management
                                                                                    project and assigns a project
                                                                                    manager.
                                                                                    - Provides tools, resources, and
                                                                                    support to sustain the change effort.
                                                                                    - Markets the change strategy.
                                                                                    - Establishes an incentive system.
                           Change and innovation present                            5. Monitors the change process,
     ES.JMESP-CHANGE AND   opportunities to shape the future of                     solicits feedback, evaluates porgress,
27   INNOVATION            the HCMO.                                    18629       and makes adjustments as
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CODE VALUE                      DESCRIPTION                              DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR


                                                                                           1. Defines and analyzes the need for
                                                                                           a decision:
                                                                                           - Understands the issue or problem.
                                                                                           - Determines the urgency of the
                                                                                           situation.
                                                                                           - Identifies and evaluates
                                                                                           alternatives.
                                                                                           2. Plans and approves course of
                                                                                           action:
                                                                                           - Selects a decision strategy
                                                                                           appropriate to the situation.
                                                                                           - Establishes priorities.
                                                                                           3. Establishes consensus for and
                                                                                           communicates the decision where
                                                                                           appropriate.
                                                                                           4. Executes the decision consistent
                                                                                           with the mission and strategic plan:
                                                                                           - Delegates commensurate authority
                                                                                           for the action.
                                                                                           - Communicates the decision.
                                                                                           - Provides guidance and resources.
                                                                                           - Monitors the decision
                                                                                           implementation.
                                                                                           5. Evaluates the results:
                                                                                           - Examines the decision process for
                                                                                           effectiveness and efficiency.
                                Decision making is the process of                          - Assesses feedback and adjusts
28   ES.JMESP-DECISION MAKING   selecting courses of action to follow.        18629        course of actions as necessary.
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CODE VALUE                 DESCRIPTION                             DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR


                                                                                     1. Behaves consistenly with military
                                                                                     core values.
                                                                                     2. Uses appropriate leadership and
                                                                                     management techniques.
                                                                                     3. Demonstrates mulitple leadership
                                                                                     skills, traits, and behaviors such as:
                                                                                     - Adopts appropriate stewardship,
                                                                                     followship, and ambassadorsip.
                                                                                     - Demonstrates exemplary personal
                                                                                     and professional ethics.
                                                                                     - Creates shared vision
                                                                                     - Empowers subordinates.
                                                                                     - Commits to personal development
                                                                                     and life long learning.
                                                                                     - Is politically astute.
                                                                                     - Coaches and mentors.
                                                                                     - Models a healthy lifestyle.
                                                                                     - Manages individual and
                                                                                     organizational stress.
                                                                                     - Balances competing priorities.
                                                                                     - Embraces diversity.
                                                                                     4. Adapts leadership roles and styles
                                                                                     as appropriate to the situation.
                           Leadership is the art and science of                      5. Develops positive organizational
                           influencing others to accomplish the                      climate, culture, and trust among
                           mission. It requires a complex set of                     members.
                           skills and values to work with and                        6. Builds teams and
29   ES.JMESP-LEADERSHIP   through others.                              18629        interdepartmental relationships.
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CODE VALUE                            DESCRIPTION                             DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR

                                                                                                1. Ensures the organization's basic
                                                                                                design elements fit the environment
                                                                                                and mission to optimize
                                                                                                organizational performance.
                                                                                                2. Evaluates the consequences of
                                      Organizational design is the                              selecting different design choices to
                                      configuration of the HCMO's design                        achieve desired outcomes.
                                      elements (i.e., people, organizatinal                     3. Supervises change management
                                      structure, tasks, technology,                             processes for transitioning the
                                      subsystems/processes, and                                 organizational structure and
     ES.JMESP-ORGANIZATIONAL          missions/values) for efficiency and                       resources in accordance with the
30   DESIGN                           effectiveness.                               18629        mission and vision.
                                      PERFORM UNIT INPATIENT
31   R.4A0X1\\\.ADMIN\\\.2C           RECORDS TECHNICIAN DUTIES                    18629
     R.4A0X1\\\.COLLECT, PREPARE &
     DISSEMINATE WORLD WIDE           REPORT OF PATIENS Incomplete
32   REPORT\\\.5E                     ¿                                            18629
     R.4A0X1\\\.COLLECTS, COMPILES,
     PREPARES, SUBMITS                MEDRED-C AND SITREPS
33   REPORTS\\\.1C                    Incomplete                                   18629
     R.4A0X1\\\.MANAGE INPATIENT      PREPARE, UPDATE, MAINTAIN
34   RECORDS\\\.2B                    AND FORWARD RECORDS                          18629
     R.4A0X1\\\.MANAGE OUTPATIENT     PREPARE, UPDATE, MAINTAIN
35   RECORDS\\\.2A                    AND FORWARD RECORDS                          18629
                                      AE COMMAND CENTER (AECC)
                                      PROVIDE MISSION VERIFCATION,
     R.4A0X1\\\.PERFORM AE            COORDINATION, AND
     COMMAND & CONTROL                EXECUTION; AE LIAISON TEAM
36   FUNCTIONS\\\.4D                  (AELT) ACTIVITIES                            18629
                                      PERFORMS REPORTING AND
                                      REGULATING ACTIVITIES;
                                      PREPARES RECORDS AND
     R.4A0X1\\\.PERFORM FACILITY      PERSONAL AFFECTS FOR
     PATIENT EVACUATION               TRANSPORT; BRIEFS PATIENT ON
37   FUNCTIONS\\\.4A                  PROCESS                                      18629
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CODE VALUE                            DESCRIPTION                  DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
     R.4A0X1\\\.PERFORM LINE OF
     DUTY DETERMINATION
38   FUNCTIONS\\\.3D                                                    18629
                                      USE APPROPRIATE DEPLOYED
      R.4A0X1\\\.PERFORM MEDICAL      INFORMATION SYSTEMS;
39    AUTOMATED FUNCTIONS\\\.5A       APPLICABLE USER'S GUIDES          18629
      R.4A0X1\\\.PERFORM RELEASE OF
40    INFORMATION DUTIES\\\.3C                                          18629
      R.4A0X1\\\.PERFORM SENSITIVE
41    DUTY FUNCTIONS\\\.3E                                              18629
                                      AEROMEDICAL STAGING
                                      FACILITY (ASF) FIXED AND
                                      MOBILE ASF ADMIN & MEDICAL
                                      SUPPORT FOR PATIENTS
      R.4A0X1\\\.PERFORM STAGING      ENTERING, TRANSITING, OR
42    FACILITY FUNCTIONS\\\.4C        LEAVING THE AE SYSTEM             18629

                                    REGULATE PATIENT MOVEMENT
                                    WITHIN THEATER AND
                                    COORDINATES MOVEMENT TO
                                    CONUS; MONITORS HOSPITAL
      R.4A0X1\\\.PERFORM TPMRC      BED AVAILABILITY; ASSIGNS
43    FUNCTIONS\\\.4B               PATIENTS TO SPECIFIC MTFs           18629
                                    RECEIVES AND PROCESSES AF
                                    FORM 560, ADMISSION
                                    AUTHORIZATION AND
                                    TREATEMENT STATEMENT;
      R.4A0X1\\\.PERFORMS ADMISSION MAKES ALL APPROPRIATE
44    FUNCTIONS\\\.3A               NOTIFICATIONS                       18629

                                  ANALYZES INTELLIGENCE DATA;
                                  ASSESS THREAT AND SUPPORT
                                  AVAILABILITY; MANAGES
      R.4A0X1\\\.PERFORMS COMMAND CASULTY RESPONSE; UPDATES
45    AND CONTROL FUNCTIONS\\\.1A LOG AND STATUS REPORT                 18629
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CODE VALUE                         DESCRIPTION                 DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                   ASSESSES SUPPORT AVAILABLE;
                                   ASSISTS WITH CASUALTY
                                   RESPONSE MANAGEMENT;
     R.4A0X1\\\.PERFORMS COMMAND UPDATES LOGS AND STATUS
46   AND CONTROL FUNCTIONS\\\.1B BOARD.                               18629
                                   PROCESSES PAPERWORK FOR
                                   DISPOSITION; MANAGES
                                   PAPERWORK FOR DEATH CASES;
     R.4A0X1\\\.PERFORMS           MAKES ALL APPROPRIATE
47   DSIPOSTION FUNCTIONS\\\.3B    NOTIFICATIONS                      18629
     R.4A0X1\\\.PREPARE CASUALTY &
     DECEASED PERSONNEL
48   REPORT\\\.5F                                              1009 HOLCOMB DRIVE
     R.4A0X1\\\.PREPARE ELECTRONIC
49   MESSAGES\\\.5C                                                   18629
                                   COLLECTS, INVENTORIES,
     R.4A0X1\\\.SAFEGUARD PATIENT DOCUMENTS, TAGS, AND
50   VALUABLES AND WEAPONS\\\.3F STORES MATERIAL                      18629
     R.4A0X1\\\.UTILIZE            OPERATES STU-III SECURE
     COMMUNICATION                 VOICE TELEPHONE, TELEFAX
     DEVICES(SECURE &              EQUIP., KL-43 ENCRYPTION ,
51   NONSECURE)\\\.5B              MOBILE RADIOS, ETC.                18629
     R.4A0X1\\\.UTILIZE PHONETIC
52   ALPHABET\\\.5D                                                   18629
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CODE VALUE                 DESCRIPTION                           DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR with
                                                                                   1. Ensures HCMO compliance
                                                                                   all applicable federal laws to include,
                                                                                   but not limited to:
                                                                                   - Freedom of Information Act, Privacy
                                                                                   Act, Abortion Restriction Act, Hyde
                                                                                   Amendment, Emergency Medical
                                                                                   Treatment Act, Active Labor Act,
                                                                                   Uniform Code of Military Justice,
                                                                                   Joint Ethics Regulation, Anti-
                                                                                   Deficiency Act, Procurement Integrity
                                                                                   Act, Patient Self-Determination Act,
                                                                                   Americans with Disabilities Act,
                                                                                   Handicapped Act, Rehabilitation Act,
                                                                                   Food, Drug, and Cosmetics Act, Safe
                                                                                   Medical Devices Act, Boxer
                                                                                   Amendment, Civilian Health and
                                                                                   Medical Program of the Uniformed
                                                                                   Services (CHAMPUS), Medical
                                                                                   research, Contracting and
                                                                                   procurement; and, identifies
                                                                                   violations, taking appropriate
                                                                                   corrective action.
                                                                                   2. Ensures HCMO compliance with
                                                                                   other laws, federal, state, and/or local
                                                                                   related to:
                                                                                   - Environmental health and safety,
                                                                                   Anti-trust restrictions as well as safe
                                                                                   habors and safety zones, Technology
                           For the HCMO, public law includes all                   transfer, Third party paid research,
                           laws that specify requirements in                       Medical treatment of minors,
                           areas such as public health, patient                    Reporting requirements (child,
                           consent /rights, and environmental                      spouse, and elder abuse; medical
71   ES.JMESP-PUBLIC LAW   standards.                                  18629       examiner cases; gunshot and stab
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CODE VALUE                        DESCRIPTION                               DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                                              1. Identifies actions that may be
                                                                                              covered (i.e., provide the care giver
                                                                                              immunity) under:
                                                                                              - The Federal Tort Claims Act
                                                                                              (FTCA)
                                                                                                -- Types of actions, defenses, and
                                                                                              damages
                                                                                                -- Personal immunity, right to
                                                                                              representation, and requirement for
                                                                                              cooperation
                                                                                                -- Administrative claims process and
                                                                                              the use of expert medical reviews
                                                                                              and/or reviewers
                                                                                              - The Military Claims Act (MCA)
                                                                                              - The Feres Doctrine
                                                                                              - The Gonzalez Act
                                                                                              - The Cobra Laws
                                                                                              - Resource sharing
                                                                                              2. Identifies potential liability
                                                                                              regarding participation in memoranda
                                                                                              of agreement/understanding
                                                                                              (MOA/MOU) and other agreements
                                                                                              with medical facilities/universities.
                                                                                              3. Identifies situations requiring
                                                                                              medical malpractice reporting under
                                                                                              the Health Care Quality Improvement
                                                                                              Act (DoD and Department of Heath
                                                                                              and Human Services (DHHS) MOU).
                                                                                              4. Identifies the basic rules regarding
                                  Medical liability includes tort and                         the confidentiality and handling of
                                  criminal offenses that may incur risk                       medical, quality assurance, risk
                                  to the health care facility or individual                   managment, and peer review
72   ES.JMESP-MEDICAL LIABILITY   providers.                                      18629       records.
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CODE VALUE                        DESCRIPTION                           DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                                          1. Identifies command responsibilities
                                                                                          concerning military, civilian, and
                                                                                          contract medical staff in accordance
                                                                                          with Service-specific guidance
                                                                                          regarding:
                                                                                          - Applicable accrediting bodies (e.g.,
                                                                                          JCAHO)
                                                                                          - Credentialing and privileging
                                  Medical staff by-laws outline the                       process
                                  conduct and privileges of the medical                   - Adverse reporting requirements
                                  staff. The by-laws are typically                        - Criminal background investigation
                                  developed and amended by the                            2. Accomplishes National Practitioner
                                  medical staff using Joint Commission                    DataBank Reporting.
                                  on the Accreditation of Health Care                     3. Performs necessary adverse
     ES.JMESP-MEDICAL STAFF BY-   Organization (JCAHO) requirements                       privileging actions ensuring due
91   LAWS                         regarding medical staff governance.         18629       process.

                                                                                             1. Explains, interprets, and applies
                                                                                             those directives and regulations
                                                                                             necessary to operate a HCMO.
                                                                                             2. Explains chanages in beneficiary
                                                                                             entitlements or departmental policies
                                                                                             that are implemented through
                                                                                             OASD/HA or TMA memoranda or
                                                                                             other directives including DoDD and
                                                                                             DoDI.
                                                                                             3. Issues organizational procedures
                                                                                             and policies that are necessary to
                                                                                             implment regulations and other
                                                                                             guidance when required.
                                                                                             4. Explains military needs regarding
                                                                                             insurance coverage, and programs
                                  Regulations, as a generic term,                            such as third party collections,
                                  includes all federal (including DoD),                      CHAMPUS rules, resource sharing,
                                  state, and local guidance that affects                     and agreements for DoD/VA
92   ES.JMESP-REGULATIONS         the operation of the HCMO.                18629            integration activities.
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CODE VALUE               DESCRIPTION                               DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR

                         External accreditation is an
                         evaluative process performed by an
                         accrediting organization that is an
                         objective review of health care
                         delivery within a health care facility.
                         These accreditations are sought by
                         medical facilities for various reasons,
                         most important being the assurance
                         to the facility seeking accreditation
                         that it meets quality standards of
                         patient care. Some of the more
                         prominent accrediting organizations
                         include the Joint Commission on the                         1. Determines when it is appropriate
                         Accreditation of Health Care                                to seek external consultation or
                         Organizations (JCAHO), Inspector                            accreditation.
                         General (IG), College of American                           2. Ensures the HCMO is continuously
                         Pathologists (CAP), and National                            prepared for an accreditation survey.
     ES.JMESP-EXTERNAL   Committee on Quality Assurance                              3. Directs appropriate follow-up
93   ACCREDITATION       (NCQA).                                        18629        actions to address survey findings.
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CODE VALUE                DESCRIPTION                            DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR of
                                                                                   1. Determines among the types
                                                                                   funding required for the strategic plan
                                                                                   through the management of input to
                                                                                   the planning, programming,
                                                                                   budgeting, and execution system
                                                                                   (PPBES) cycle (e.g., Five Year
                                                                                   Defense Plan and the Program
                                                                                   Objective Memorandum).
                                                                                   2. Differentiates among the types of
                                                                                   funds available to the HCMO and
                                                                                   their use.
                                                                                   3. Directs the evaluation of programs
                                                                                   in the strategic plan to include risk
                                                                                   and outcome evaluation.
                                                                                   4. Directs effective health care
                                                                                   resourcing in a resource-constrained
                                                                                   environment.
                                                                                   5. Directs the analysis f decisons to
                                                                                   achieve most effective uses of
                                                                                   constrained resources.
                          Financial management includes the                        6. Safeguards funds and assets
                          use of analytical techniques to assure                   through statutory and administrative
                          that adequate resources are                              controls.
                          available to meet the HCMO's                             7. Recognizes appropriate and
                          mission. Financial management                            inappropriate actions regarding the
                          includes operating the HCMO in a                         attraction, acceptance, and
                          managed care environment,                                disbursement of property offered to
                          maintaining financial records,                           the government.
                          controlling finanacial activities,                       8. Promotes use of benchmarked
                          identifying deviations (especially                       metrics to monitor and enhance
                          shortfalls) from planned                                 HCMO financial performance.
     ES.JMESP-FINANCIAL   performance, and strategic                               9. Maximizes the collection of second
94   MANAGEMENT           resourcing of the HCMO.                      18629       and third party payments to increase
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CODE VALUE                     DESCRIPTION                          DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                                      1. Ensures compliance with
                                                                                      regulatory and accrediting agencies.
                                                                                      2. Manages personnel strength:
                                                                                      - Comprehends manpower
                                                                                      authorization system and documents.
                                                                                      - Assess current staffing level against
                                                                                      projected requirements to determine
                                                                                      needs.
                                                                                      - Directs appropriate actions to
                                                                                      realign over-strength, fill shortages,
                                                                                      or outcomes.
                                                                                      - Monitors status of activities to
                                                                                      resolve personnel staffing issues.
                                                                                      3. Ensures an effective selection
                                                                                      process including interviewing and
                                                                                      job placement.
                                                                                      4. Reviews training status to
                                                                                      determine priorities and resource
                                                                                      accordingly:
                                                                                      - Provides internal and external
                                                                                      education and training to ensure
                                                                                      competent staff.
                                                                                      - Provides mechanisms for staff to
                                                                                      attain and maintain appropriate
                                                                                      certification.
                                                                                      - Provides opportunities for initial
                                                                                      orientation, recurrent training, and
                                                                                      retraining.
                                                                                      - Provides opportunities for
                                                                                      professional growth and
                               Human resource management                              development.
     ES.JMESP-HUMAN RESOURCE   includes the staffing, management,                     5. Directs performance management
95   MANAGEMENT                and retention of personnel.                18629       processes:
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CODE VALUE                           DESCRIPTION                        DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR

                                                                                          1. Makes decisons based on general
                                                                                          understanding of employer and
                                                                                          employee rights within the labor
                                                                                          management relations framework
                                                                                          (e.g., 5 USC, Part III, Subpart F,
                                                                                          Chapter 71, Labor Management
                                                                                          Relations).
                                                                                          2. Identifies negotiable versus non-
                                                                                          negotiable issues at the federal,
                                                                                          state, and local levels.
                                                                                          3. Seeks expert advice when
                                                                                          appropriate in legal, labor relations,
                                                                                          and union matters.
                                                                                          4. Ensures the use of appropriate
                                                                                          channels and procedures to process
                                                                                          grievances, equal employment
                                                                                          opportunity (EEO) complaints, unfair
                                                                                          labor practice filings, and appeals of
                                                                                          disciplinary actions.
                                                                                          5. Ensures adequate representation
                                                                                          in installation-union negotiations
                                                                                          affecting the HCMO.
                                                                                          6. Ensures consideration of
                               Labor-management relations are the                         consensual alternative
                               interactions between HCMO                                  conflict/dispute resolution procedures
                               management and civilian staff. They                        and interest based bargaining
                               include collective bargaining, the                         approaches in dispute resolution.
                               ability to recognize and implement                         (Note: previously cited Executive
                               fair labor practices, deal effectively                     Order 12871, Labor-Management
     ES.JMESP-LABOR-MANAGEMENT with union negotiators, and handle                         Partnerships, was revoked by EO
96   RELATIONS                 grievances productively.                      18629        13203, Feb 17, 2001).
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                                                                                 1. Adopts cost-effective methods that
                                                                                 comply with current rules and
                                                                                 regulations governing the
                                                                                 procurement, distribution,
                                                                                 maintenance, and disposal of
                                                                                 supplies and equipment.
                                                                                 2. Ensures life-cycle equipment
                                                                                 management practices (e.g.,
                                                                                 maintenance, sustainability,
                                                                                 accountability, and effects on labor,
                                                                                 re-supply, and outcomes).
                                                                                 3. Makes management decisons that
                                                                                 reflect understanding of contracting
                                                                                 rules and types of contracts.
                                                                                 4. Safeguards and ensures
                                                                                 appropriate use of government
                                                                                 supplies and equipment.
                                                                                 5. Ensures HCMO compliance with
                                                                                 current rules and regulations
                                                                                 governing the procurement, handling,
                                                                                 and disposal of regulated hazardous
                                                                                 and infectious materials and
                                                                                 medically regulated waste.
                                                                                 6. Ensures HCMO compliance with
                         Material management is the phase of                     JCAHO environment of care,
                         medical logistics that includes                         regulatory requirements, and other
                         managing, cataloging, requirements                      standards governing medical
                         determination, procurement,                             equipment and supplies.
     ES.JMESP-MATERIAL   distribution, maintenance, and                          7. Ensures war reserve/contingency
97   MANAGEMENT          disposal of supplies and equipment.        18629        materials are mission ready.
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CODE VALUE                 DESCRIPTION                             DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                                     1. Ensures compliance with JCAHO
                                                                                     Management of Environment of Care
                                                                                     (to include Statement of Conditions)
                                                                                     and other regulatory standards.
                                                                                     Note: includes the seven required
                                                                                     plans.
                                                                                     2. Integrates physical plant and
                                                                                     infrastructure needs (including space
                                                                                     utillization, information managment
                                                                                     and informaion technology (IM/IT)
                                                                                     and telecommunication systems) into
                                                                                     facility master plan and long-range
                                                                                     financial plans.
                                                                                     3. Makes management decisons
                                                                                     utilizing the facility budgeting process
                                                                                     to include preventive maintenance,
                                                                                     minor and major repairs, unspecified
                                                                                     minor construction, renewal and
                                                                                     military construction (MILCON)
                                                                                     programs.
                                                                                     4. Ensures real property maintenance
                                                                                     programs include proper
                                                                                     accountability and demonstrated
                           Facilities management is the                              (documented) maintenance.
                           maintenance and upkeep of real                            5. Makes decisions that are
                           property, such as building, structure,                    consistent with effective life-cycle
                           or utility system. It includes ensuring                   facility maintenance and property
                           compliance with regulations                               accountability.
                           (Occupational Safety and Health                           6. Incorporates appropriate
                           Administration (OSHA), fire codes,                        housekeeping programs and plans.
                           and requirements for handicap                             7. Coordinates facilities requirements
     ES.JMESP-FACILITIES   access) and oversight of facility                         with base operations management.
98   MANAGEMENT            design and construction.                      18629       8. Assures adequate physicl security
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CODE VALUE                  DESCRIPTION                           DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                                    Information technology includes
                                                                                    1. Demonstrates basic computer
                                                                                    competency.
                                                                                    2. Directs the appropriate use of
                                                                                    IM/IT throughout the HCMO to
                                                                                    improve care and services,
                                                                                    governance, management, support
                                                                                    processes, outcomes, and readiness.
                                                                                    3. Uses informaion systems to
                                                                                    support executive decision-making.
                                                                                    4. Enforces current MHS information
                                                                                    management strategic principles.
                                                                                    5. Commits appropriate life-cycle
                                                                                    resources to information
                                                                                    management.
                                                                                    6. Implements safeguards for
                                                                                    information and information systems
                                                                                    and complies with Health Insurance
                                                                                    Portability and Accountability (HIPAA)
                                                                                    policies and regulaitons.
                                                                                    7. Ensures that IM planning and
                                                                                    operations appropriately address
                                                                                    privacy and confidentiality
                                                                                    requirements (e.g., HIPAA).
                                                                                    Notes: IM and IT are defined by
                                                                                    DoDD 8000.1, Feb 27, 2002, as:
                            Information management includes                         - Information Management - The
                            the principles, methods, and                            planning, budgeting, manipulating,
                            techniques for collecting, analyzing,                   and controlling of information
                            processing, and delivering                              throughout its life cycle.
     ES.JMESP-INFORMATION   information to support readiness and                    - Information Technology - Any
     MANAGEMENT AND         the business processes of the                           equipment or interconnected system
99   TECHNOLOGY             HCMO.                                       18629       or subsystem of equipment that is
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CODE VALUE                        DESCRIPTION                                DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR


                                                                                               1. Articulates an understanding of the
                                  Ethics consists of the processes,                            origin and basis of rights and duties.
                                  structures, and social constructs by                         2. Acts consistently with an
                                  which the rightness or wrongness of                          understanding of the discipline of
                                  actions is assessed. Ethical issues                          ethics:
                                  emerge from a complex environment                            *Categories of health care ethics (i.e.,
                                  of reciprocal, intersecting, and,                            personal, professional,
                                  occasionally conflicting rights, duties,                     organizational, and bioethical):
                                  expectations, values, and morals.                            - Major ethical theories and generally
                                  Etical dilemmas arise when there is a                        accepted principles of medical ethics
                                  conflict between two legitimate, but                         (autonomy, beneficence,
                                  mutually exclusive, demands. Ethical                         nonmaleficence, justice)
      ES.JMESP-ETHICAL DECISION   decision-making is the process of                            - Appropriate ethical decision-making
100   MAKING                      resolving such conflicts.                       18629        methods


                                                                                               1. Articulates the importance of a
                                                                                               personal and of a professional code
                                                                                               of ethics, including standards relating
                                                                                               to academic integrity and research.
                                                                                               2. Compares and contrasts personal
                                                                                               and professional ethics.
                                                                                               3. Identifies and effectively addresses
                                                                                               ethical conflicts between personal
                                                                                               values and professional ethical
                                                                                               standards or codes.
                                  Personal ethics are bases on which                           4. Articulates the imporatnce of,
                                  individuals determine the rightness or                       assures education relating to, and, in
                                  wrongness of conduct; professional                           appropriate caes, seeks judicial
                                  codes of ethics represent articulated                        enforcement of violations of the Joint
                                  group or association statements of                           Ethics Regulation, the Procurement
                                  the morality of the members of the                           Integrity Act, and other directives as
      ES.JMESP-PERSONAL AND       profession with regard to their                              indicated.
101   PROFESSIONAL ETHICS         professional role.                              18629
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CODE VALUE                 DESCRIPTION                            DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                                    1. Recognizes and constructively
                                                                                    addresses, by application of an
                                                                                    accepted ethical decison-making
                                                                                    model, moral conflicts in the area of
                                                                                    health care. Such dilemmas may
                                                                                    occur in various settings to include
                                                                                    the delivery of patient care, the
                                                                                    pursuit of biomedical research, and
                                                                                    the management and allocation of
                                                                                    scarce resources.
                                                                                    2. Establishes a climate through
                                                                                    counsel and sound policy for the
                                                                                    resolution of conflicts in such areas
                                                                                    as, but not limited to:
                                                                                    - Medical readiness and operational
                                                                                    medicine (e.g., deoxyribonucleic acid
                                                                                    (DNA) testing)- Informed decision-
                                                                                    making, and patient rights and
                                                                                    responsibilities
                                                                                    - Patient-centered relationships
                                                                                    - Confidentiality and privacy
                                                                                    - Reproductive health (e.g., genetic
                           The discipline of bioethics represents                   screening, genetic therapy, infetility,
                           the application of normative ethics to                   family planning, abortion)
                           the life sciences, including medicine                    - Enhancement therapies
                           and associated research. It includes                     - Alternative therapies
                           clinical ethics, which is typically                      - Sexual health and function
                           restricted to the recognition and                        - Clinical research (e.g.,
                           resolution of ethical problems                           volunteerism, especially vulnerable
                           involved in the care of a single                         populations, differences between
                           patient but is more broard in scope,                     clinical and non-clinical research,
                           addressing the more general                              animal care and use)
102   ES.JMESP-BIOETHICS   application of ethics through policy.        18629       - Pain management
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CODE VALUE                      DESCRIPTION                             DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATORcode
                                                                                          1. Develops an organizational
                                                                                          of behavior that:
                                                                                          - Incorporates leadership attributes
                                                                                          and behaviors (See leadership)
                                                                                          - Meets the standards of accrediting
                                                                                          organizations
                                                                                          - Incorporates the organizational
                                                                                          mission and vision.
                                                                                          2. Promotes a culture and climate
                                                                                          that supports the organizational code
                                                                                          of ethics by:
                                                                                          - Creating an environment where
                                                                                          ethical issues and diverse ethical
                                                                                          views are freely discussed
                                                                                          - Taking fair and impartial action
                                                                                          when moral or ethical norms are
                                                                                          violated
                                                                                          - Rewarding positive examples of
                                                                                          ethical behavior in difficult situtations
                                                                                          - Providing safe avenues for people
                                Organizational ethics describes the                       to give feedback on the ethical
                                structures and processes by which                         atmosphere of the institution and its
                                an organization ensures conduct                           reputation in the community
                                appropriate to its mission and vision.                    - Minimizing structural constraints
                                It is typically formalized in a code                      that contribute to ethical conflicts.
                                which addresses such matters as                           3. Requires broad, conitnuing
                                marketing, admission, transfer,                           education be provided staff on ethical
                                discharge, pricing, and billing, and                      issues and concerns.
                                describes the ethical dimensions of                       4. Establishes a consultative process
                                the internal and external relationships                   for ethical problem solving with the
                                the organization has with its staff,                      institution, providing professional staff
      ES.JMESP-ORGANIZATIONAL   contractors, educational institutions,                    and administrative support using a
103   ETHICS                    and payers.                                   18629       committee and/or a team or
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CODE VALUE                      DESCRIPTION                             DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                                          1. Displays personal conduct
                                                                                          consistent with highest professional
                                                                                          standards.
                                                                                          2. Commits to life-long learning and
                                                                                          personal and professional
                                                                                          development.
                                                                                          3. Projects command presence (e.g.,
                                                                                          engenders respect, has credibility,
                                                                                          and is approachable)
                                                                                          4. Mentors and coaches others.
                                                                                          5. Recognizes the impact of his or
                                                                                          her personality on others:
                                                                                          - Conducts a self assessment (e.g.,
                                                                                          Myers-Briggs, benchmark)
                                                                                          - Solicits feedback from others
                                                                                          - Takes appropriate actions based on
                                                                                          assessments.
                                                                                          6. Motivates others though:
                                                                                          - Personal example
                                                                                          - Acknowledgement of individual
                                                                                          differences
                                                                                          - Reinforcement
                                                                                          - Recognition
                                                                                          - Reward
                                                                                          - Effective communication.
                                                                                          7. Identifies and considers multiple
                                                                                          perspectives, or views, of the same
                                                                                          issue.
                                                                                          8. Treats mistakes as opportunities
      ES.JMESP-INDIVIDUAL AND   Individual behavior is the efect of the                   for learning.
      ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR   commander's behavior and                                  9. Projects emotional intelligence to
104   COMPETENCIES              presonality on the HCMO.                      18629       others.
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CODE VALUE                      DESCRIPTION                             DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                                          As leader of the group:
                                                                                          1. Defines and articulates goal(s),
                                                                                          task(s), purpose(s), and parameters
                                                                                          for group activities.
                                                                                          2. Establishes the roles and
                                                                                          responsibilities of group members.
                                                                                          3. Fosters a group dynamic where
                                                                                          people are sensitive to one another's
                                                                                          needs and expressions and where
                                                                                          people listen and respect others'
                                                                                          opinions regardless of rank or status.
                                                                                          4. Employs group leadership style
                                                                                          appropriate to the situation.
                                                                                          5. Selects decison-making
                                                                                          techniques and problem solving
                                                                                          approaches appropriate to the
                                                                                          situation.
                                                                                          6. Monitors and assesses group
                                                                                          process and performance and makes
                                                                                          changes where needed.
                                                                                          As designer or director of groups:
                                                                                          1. Establishes clearly defined
                                                                                          goals(s), purposes(s), and
                                                                                          parameters for group activities.
                                                                                          2. Provides the necessary resources
                                                                                          and authority to groups for mission
                                                                                          accomplishment.
                                Group dynamics is the interaction                         3. Develops an organizational climate
                                among members of a group. To                              in which groups can openly deliberate
                                facilitate effective goup behavior, the                   and report findings without fear of
                                commander may employ team                                 reprisal.
                                building, empowerment,                                    4. Monitors group progress, proving
111   ES.JMESP-GROUP DYNAMICS   responsibility, and motivation.               18629       interim guidance and intervention as
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CODE VALUE                DESCRIPTION                             DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR


                                                                                    1. Accepts conflict as a result of
                                                                                    human interaction. Treats conflict as
                                                                                    an opportunity for learning.
                                                                                    2. Identifies sources of conflict (e.g.,
                                                                                    individual, group, organizational, or
                                                                                    environmental).
                                                                                    3. Selects and uses strategies for
                                                                                    managing conflict (e.g., avoidance,
                          Conflict management involves the                          competing, collaboration, resolution)
                          identification and use of techniques                      as the situation requires.
                          to effectively manage interpersonal,                      4. Effectively manages agreement
                          intra- and inter-group, and                               including ensuring consensus.
                          organizational conflicts. It requires                     5. Uses appropriate negotiating skills
      ES.JMESP-CONFLICT   impartiality, and use of negotiating                      in inter-organizational activities (e.g.,
112   MANAGEMENT          and listening skills.                        18629        with higher headquarters).
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CODE VALUE                     DESCRIPTION                          DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                                      1. Makes choices of communication
                                                                                      styles and media based on: task,
                                                                                      message, and audience
                                                                                      characteristics (internal and
                                                                                      external): organizational constraints;
                                                                                      managerial preferences and abilities;
                                                                                      and normative influences.
                                                                                      2. Solicits and incorporates feedback,
                                                                                      ideas, comments, and suggestions
                                                                                      from others.
                                                                                      Listening:
                                                                                      1. Empathetically listens and draws
                                                                                      out others' ideas, views and feelings.
                                                                                      2. Identifies the barriers,
                                                                                      organizational and personal, to good
                                                                                      listening and works to minimize them.
                                                                                      Verbal Communication:
                                                                                      States clearly what is desired or
                                                                                      expected and uses clarification
                                                                                      techniques (e.g., metaphors or
                                                                                      analogies) as needed.
                                                                                      Written Communication:
                                                                                      1. Organizes written information
                                                                                      (including factual information and/or
                                                                                      quantitative data as needed) into
                               Communication occurs when the                          easy to read and understandable
                               receiver understands the sender's                      documents.
                               intended message. Effective                            2. Coaches others on how to write
                               communication relies on formal and                     effectively.
                               informal channels established                          Non-Verbal Comunication:
                               between sender and receiver both                       Accurately interprets moods, feelings,
113   ES.JMESP-COMMUNICATION   internal and external to the HCMO.         18629       and nonverbal behaviors.
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CODE VALUE                       DESCRIPTION                               DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR


                                                                                             1. Chooses language, content, and
                                                                                             length appropriate for the audience
                                                                                             and subject matter.
                                                                                             2. Selects presentation types (e.g.,
                                                                                             informational briefings, persuasive
                                                                                             techniques, motivational techniques,
                                                                                             questions and answer sessions, or
                                                                                             open forums) and prepares for the
                                                                                             expected audience and facility.
                                                                                             3. Presents well-organized material
                                                                                             (i.e., includes an introduction,
                                                                                             purpose, the message or concepts,
                                                                                             and a summary) and the message or
                                                                                             concepts, if complex, are organized
                                 Public speaking is the set of verbal                        for the audience into a conceptual
                                 and organizing skills that permits one                      framework.
                                 to effectively communicate ideas and                        4. Elicits feedback from the audience
                                 concepts to others. It involves the                         to verify the extent and accuracy to
                                 ability to speak to audiences of many                       which they assimilated the
                                 types, such as military and                                 information being presented.
                                 dependent beneficiaries, hosital staff,                     5. Seeks opportunities for honestly
                                 professional groups, community                              assessing and improving public
114   ES.JMESP-PUBLIC SPEAKING   organizations, and others.                     18629        speaking skills.
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CODE VALUE                        DESCRIPTION                             DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR

                                                                                            1. Leverages the capabilities of the
                                                                                            Public Affairs Office (PAO) to achieve
                                                                                            HCMO media objectives.
                                                                                            2. Coordinates with the PAO prior to
                                                                                            significant organizational events.
                                                                                            3. Conducts an effective media
                                                                                            interview or press conference
                                                                                            (televison, radio, print media) and
                                                                                            controls the interview situation. For
                                                                                            example:
                                                                                            - Exercises rights as the interviewee
                                                                                            - Practices what is important to say
                                  Public and media relations are the                        and gets that message across even if
                                  activities of shaping public opinions                     not asked.
                                  as the outcomes of effectively                            - Contemplates the question and
                                  delivering one's message in ways                          deliberates the response.
      ES.JMESP-PUBLIC AND MEDIA   that cause it to be understood as                         4. Leverages marketing principles
115   RELATIONS                   intended.                                    18629        into promotion of the HCMO.
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CODE VALUE                       DESCRIPTION                           DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                                         1. Employs epidemiological
                                                                                         surveillance tools to ensure force
                                                                                         health protection.
                                                                                         2. Evaluates effectiveness of HCMO
                                                                                         prevention programs using
                                                                                         epidemiological methods.
                                                                                         3. Incorporates population based
                                                                                         disease incidence, disease/demand
                                                                                         management, and occupational
                                                                                         medicicne into HCMO operations and
                                                                                         resource planning. Includes
                                                                                         population health* improvement as
                                                                                         described in the DoD TRICARE
                                                                                         Management Activity "Population
                                                                                         Health Improvement Plan and
                                                                                         Guide", December, 2001.
                                                                                         4. Directs application of epidemiology
                                                                                         principles:
                                                                                         - Critically evaluates epidemiological
                                                                                         evidence and recommendations.
                                                                                         - Distinguishes between association
                                                                                         and causation.
                                                                                         - Distinguishes between statistical
                                                                                         and practical significance (e.i., rates
                                                                                         versus counts).
                                 Epidemiology is the science that                        - Distinguishes between experimental
                                 deals with the current prevalence and                   and observational studies.
                                 incidence of disease within a                           - Initiates outbreak investigations as
                                 population. Epidemiological methods                     appropriate.
                                 include medical surveillance,                           5. Enforces public health standards
                                 interventon, and risk communication                     and infection control procedures to
      ES.JMESP-EPIDEMIOLOGICAL   as key aspects of force medical                         prevent and control disease
131   METHODS                    protection.                                 18629       transmission.
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CODE VALUE                DESCRIPTION                             DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR

                                                                                    1. Understands the capabilities of
                                                                                    clinical investigations and provides
                                                                                    guidance for prioritizing expenditure
                                                                                    of resources.
                                                                                    2. Complies with federal, state, and
                                                                                    local regulatory requirements such
                                                                                    as:
                                                                                    - Approved clinical investigations are
                                                                                    appropriately resourced
                                                                                    - Appropriate education for
                          Clinical investigation encompasses                        institutional review board members
                          the acts surrounding the initiation,                      and those conducting clinical
                          performance, completion, publication,                     investigations
                          and use of research. It requires                          - Proper oversight for clinical
                          compliance with multiple regulatory                       research relationships with industry
                          agency requirements, and federal,                         3. Articulates on-going clinical
      ES.JMESP-CLINICAL   state, and local laws concerning the                      investigation efforts to internal and
132   INVESTIGATION       use of human and animal subjects.            18629        external interests.
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CODE VALUE                         DESCRIPTION                           DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                                           1. Participates in the development
                                                                                           and application of regional health
                                                                                           service plans in a managed care
                                                                                           environment.
                                                                                           2. Pursues resource sharing
                                                                                           opportunities within established
                                                                                           guidelines:
                                                                                           - Identifies and evaluates alternative,
                                                                                           partnerships, and joint ventures
                                                                                           influencing inter-and intra-
                                                                                           organizational collaborations.
                                                                                           - Identifies conditions under which
                                                                                           collaborative relationships should be
                                                                                           established.
                                                                                           - Develops memoranda of
                                                                                           understanding for resource sharing.
                                                                                           3. Communicates the business of
                                                                                           health care delivery to line
                                   Integrated health care systems                          commanders and the community.
                                   provide health care options in                          4. Implements the principles of
                                   diverse, delivery and finance systems                   community based health care.
                                   (i.e., HMOs, PPOs, hospice, home                        5. Markets MHS health care delivery
                                   health care organizations, and other                    system.
      ES.JMESP-INTEGRATED HEALTH   community based health care                             6. Develops memoranda of
133   CARE DELIVERY SYSTEMS        delivery organizations).                    18629       understanding for resource sharing.
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                                                                                   1. Establishes a command climate
                                                                                   that supports continuous
                                                                                   performance improvement:
                                                                                   - Fosters cooperation among all
                                                                                   members.
                                                                                   - Empowers members.
                                                                                   - Encourages continuous learning
                                                                                   and reengineering efforts.
                                                                                   - Involves key stakeholders (i.e.,
                                                                                   unions, contractors, line, community,
                                                                                   lead agents, other agencies).
                                                                                   - Recognizes and rewards
                                                                                   participation.
                                                                                   2. Aligns QM process with strategic
                         Quality management (QM)                                   planning, operational plans, and
                         encompasses the procedures that                           emerging strategies by identifying key
                         emphasize involvement,                                    processes that are essential to
                         empowerment, and continuous                               organizational improvement.
                         performance improvement. It focuses                       3. Employs tools and techniques in
                         on customer satisfaction, critical                        support of fact-based decison
                         processes, statistical measurement,                       making and process improvement.
                         and analysis as the primary tools for                     4. Ensures continuous improvement.
                         organizing and interpreting data.                         5. Establishes an effective risk
      ES.JMESP-QUALITY   Effective QM addresses systemic                           management and patient safety
134   MANAGEMENT         problems and deficiencies.                   18629        program.
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CODE VALUE                    DESCRIPTION                            DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR


                                                                                       1. Identifies process questions and
                                                                                       priorities relevant data sets that
                                                                                       portray, predict, and safeguard the
                                                                                       viability of the HCMO.
                                                                                       2. Promotes use of benchmarking
                                                                                       and normative data sets for the
                                                                                       purpose of understanding local and
                                                                                       regional system performance.
                                                                                       3. accepts responsibility for the
                                                                                       accuracy and completeness of
                                                                                       source data.
                                                                                       4. Takes action to ensure accuracy of
                                                                                       internal and external informaion
                                                                                       published about the HCMO.
                                                                                       5. Ensures validity of information and
                                                                                       appropriateness of quantitative tools.
                                                                                       6. Makes business decisions and
                              MHS quantitative analysis ensures                        solves problems based on results
                              that information is available for                        from quantitative and qualitative
                              decision-making through the use of                       methods.
                              analytic tools and methodologies to                      7. Interprets results from forecasting
      ES.JMESP-QUANTITATIVE   collect, organize, arrange, analyze,                     and analysis decision support, and
151   ANALYSIS                interpret, and evaluate data.               18629        modeling tools.
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CODE VALUE               DESCRIPTION                       DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR


                                                                             1. Assesses HCMO performance and
                                                                             compares it against competitors and
                                                                             other industry standards using
                                                                             outcome measurements (e.g., patient
                                                                             satisfaction, patient perception of well
                                                                             being and technical quality).
                                                                             2. Uses indicators that reflect
                                                                             outcomes measurements (e.g., MTF
                                                                             Report Card).
                                                                             3. Demonstrates an understanding of
                                                                             systems and outcomes in devising
                                                                             alternatives to the status quo.
                                                                             4. Employs best business and
                                                                             practice guidelines to enhance
                                                                             HCMO performance.
                         Outcome measurements permit the                     5. Endorses and rewards clinicians'
      ES.JMESP-OUTCOME   HCMO commander to make fact-                        use of evidence-based medical
152   MEASUREMENTS       based decisions.                       18629        practices.
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CODE VALUE                         DESCRIPTION                               DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATORfor
                                                                                               1. Directs effective processes
                                                                                               conitnuous assessment and
                                                                                               improvement of patient care delivery
                                                                                               (e.g., provider profiling, clinical
                                                                                               pathways, and practice guidelines).
                                                                                               2. Implements processes to monitor
                                                                                               and integrate customer feedback into
                                                                                               organizational improvements.
                                                                                               3. Acts to identify actual and potential
                                                                                               institutional risks (e.g., liability,
                                   Managing clinical performance is an                         complications, sentinel health events,
                                   ongoing iterative process used to                           safety mishaps, and medical
                                   ensure the HCMO exploits                                    negligence), protect resources, and
                                   opportunities for constant                                  minimize future risks.
                                   improvement. The effective program                          4. Reviews credentials and awards
                                   includes ongoing assessment of                              clinical privileges appropriate for the
                                   patient care, customer feedback, risk                       institution based on consideration of
                                   management, provider qualifications,                        qualifications, clinical competence,
                                   utilization review, and the                                 and performance (e.g., National
                                   implementation of corrective and                            Practitioner DataBank).
                                   follow-up actions, where indicated.                         5. Monitors practice patterns to
                                   Patient safety involves all those                           ensure optimal utilization of clinical
                                   activities to minimize the risk of                          resources; effectively balances cost
                                   medical error, including developing a                       and quality issues.
                                   program and establishing a                                  6. Establishes an effective patient
                                   command climate to proactively                              safety and risk management
                                   identify and reduce potential risks to                      program.
                                   patients. Patient safety concerns                           7. Establishes a command climate
                                   include sentinel events (e.g.,                              that supports the identification and
                                   transfusion deaths, wrong-site                              resolution of patient safety issues.
                                   surgery, etc.) and other adverse                            8. Employs tools and techniques to
                                   events (e.g., medication errors, falls,                     aid in risk analysis and reduction
153   ES.JMESP-PATIENT SAFETY      etc.).                                          18629       (e.g., Six-Sigma approach, failure
      I.PERFORMS ACLS INSTRUCTOR
154   TRAINER ROLE                 ACLS INSTRUCTOR TRAINER                          21916
      I.PERFORMS BLS INSTRUCTOR
156   TRAINER ROLE                                                                  18629
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CODE VALUE                         DESCRIPTION              DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
     I.PERFORMS ATLS INSTRUCTOR
157  ROLE                                                        18629
     RA.N-PHYSICALLY QUALIFIED
174  FOR DEPLOYMENT                A-STATUS INDICATOR            18629
     RA.N-ANNUAL REVIEW OF
     HEALTH RECORD FOR
175  ACCURACY & COMPLETENESS       A-STATUS INDICATOR            18629
     RA.N-ANNUAL REVIEW OF
176  DENTAL RECORD                 A-STATUS INDICATOR            18629
     RA.N-ALL REQUIRED UNIFORMS
177  FOR PLATFORM ASSIGNMENT       A-STATUS INDICATOR            18629
     RA.N-PROVIDED WRITTEN
     NOTIFICATION OF PLATFORM
178  ASSIGNMENT & TNG              A-STATUS INDICATOR            18629
     RA.N-DEPENDENT CARE                                                      PLAN COMPLETED AND
     ARRANGEMENTS AS REQUIRED                                                 REVIEWED IN ACCORDANCE
179  BY OPNAV 1740/1               A-STATUS INDICATOR            18629        WITH OPNAV 1740/1
                                                                              REQUIRED BY
      RA.N-GENEVA CONVENTION                                                  MC/DC/NC/MSC/CHC/HM/DT/RP
180   CARD                         A-STATUS INDICATOR            18629        ONLY

      RA.N-PERSONAL IDENTIFICATION
181   TAGS (DOG TAGS)              A-STATUS INDICATOR            18629        ISSUED AND AVAILABLE
      RA.N-MEDICAL WARNINIG TAGS
182   (IF REQUIRED)                A-STATUS INDICATOR            18629        ISSUED AND AVAILABLE
                                                                              REVIEW CLEARANCE
                                                                              REQUIREMENTS BY POSITION
      RA.N-SECURITY CLEARANCE AS                                              AND PLATFORM BILLET
      REQUIRED BY POSITION &                                                  ACCORDING TO CURRENT
183   PLATFORM                     A-STATUS INDICATOR            18629        SECURITY
      RT.N-NBC DECON PROCEDURES
184   (NBCDEC)                     T-STATUS INDICATOR            18629
      RT.N-FIELD MEDICAL
185   ORIENTATION (FMO)            T-STATUS INDICATOR            18629        MARFOR TRAINING
      RT.N-INITIAL WEAPONS
186   FAMILIARIZATION (IWF)        T-STATUS INDICATOR            18629        MARFOR TRAINING
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CODE VALUE                            DESCRIPTION                    DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
     RT.N-CRTS-AMPHIB
187  ORIENTATION (CRTS-ORT)           T-STATUS INDICATOR                  18629        AMPHIB TRAINING
     RT.N-SHIPBOARD FIRE FIGHTING
188  (FF)                             T-STATUS INDICATOR                  18629        AMPHIB TRAINING
     RT.N-HOSPITAL SHIP
189  ORIENTATION (TAH-ORT)            T-STATUS INDICATOR                  18629        TAH TRAINING
     RT.N-SHIPBOARD FIRE FIGHTING
190  (TAH-FF)                         T-STATUS INDICATOR                  18629        TAH TRAINING
     RT.N-FLEET HOSPITAL
191  ORIENTATION (FHO)                T-STATUS INDICATOR                  18629        FH TRAINING
     RT.N-PLATFORM REFRESHER
192  TRAINING (PLATREF)               T-STATUS INDICATOR                  18629        ALL PLATFORMS
     RT.N-FROZEN BLOOD
193  DEGLYCERIZATION (FRZBLD)         T-STATUS INDICATOR                  18629

194   RT.N-BASIC LIFE SUPPORT (BLS)   READINESS TRAINING INDICATOR        18629
                                      VISUAL VERIFICATION OF
                                      NOTIFCATION LETTER FOR
      RA.F-APPOINTMENT                INDIVIDUAL READINESS
214   NOTIFICATION LETTER             ASSIGNMENT                          18629
                                                                                       CONFIRM GENEVA
      RA.F-DD FORM 1934 GENEVA        VERIFY MEMBER HAS CURRENT                        CONVENTIONS IDENTIFY CARD
216   CONVENTIONS CARD                GENEVA CONVENTIONS CARD             18629        REFLECTS CURRENT RANK
                                                                                       VERIFY MEMBER'S ID CARD IS
                                                                                       VALID THROUGH THEIR
      RA.F-DD FORM 2AF US ARMED       VERIFY MEMBER HAS VALID ID                       DEPLOYMENT AEF CYCLE PLUS
217   FORCES ID CARD                  CARD                                18629        60 DAYS

                                      VERIFY MEMBERS SHOT                              VERIFY MEMBER HAS CURRENT
218   RA.F-DD FORM 2766C/PHS 731      RECORDS                             18629        DD FORM 2766C AND PHS 731
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CODE VALUE                          DESCRIPTION                DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                                 CONFIRM MEMBER HAS 2 SETS
                                                                                 OF DOG TAGS AND CHAINS
                                                                                 VERIFY MEMBER IS NOT
                                                                                 ALLERGIC TO MEDICATIONS IF
                                                                                 SO ENSURE
                                    VERIFY MEMBER HAS ACCURATE                   MEMBER HAS RED DOG TAG
219   RA.F-DOG TAGS                 DOG TAGS                         18629       INDICATING ALLERGY

      RA.F-DD FORM 93 EMERGENCY     VERIFY MEMBER HAS CURRENT
220   DATA CARD                     EMERGENCY DATA CARD              18629

      RA.F-AF FORM 522 SMALL ARMS   VERIFY MEMBERS REQUIREMENT                    VERIFY MEMBERS REQUIREMENT
221   TRAINING CARD-9MM             FOR SMALL ARMS TRAINING          18629        BASED ON UTC ASSIGNMENT
                                                                                  VERIFY IF MEMBER HAS NEED OF
                                                                                  CHEMICAL INSERTS
                                    VERIFY MEMBER HAS CHEMICAL                    IF SO ENSURE MEMBER HAS 2
222   RA.F-CHEMICAL INSERTS         INSERTS                          18629        INSERTS
                                    VERIFY MEMBER HAS                             CONFIRM MEMBERS
      RA.F-AF FORM 522 SMALL ARMS   COMPLETED WEAPONS                             REQUIREMENT BASED ON UTC
223   TRAINING CARD-M-16            TRAINING                         18629        ASSIGNMENT
                                    VERIFY MEMBER HAS
      RA.F-AF FORM 357 DEPENDENT    COMPLETED DEPENDENT CARE
224   CARE FORM                     FORM                             18629
                                    VERIFY MEMBER HAS ALL
                                    UNIFORM REQUIREMENTS IN                       MAKE SURE MEMBERS HAVE MET
225   RA.F-PERSONAL CLOTHING BAG    MOBILITY BAG                     18629        ALL CLOTHING REQUIREMENTS
      R.F-LAST DATE MOBILITY        LAST DATE MOBILITY FOLDER
226   FOLDER REVIEWED               REVIEWED                         18629
                                                                                  VERIFY MEMBER HAS ACCURATE
                                                                                  AND CURRENT LES (WITHIN 60
                                                                                  DAYS)
                                                                                  WHILE MEMBER IS IN THEIR AEF
227   RA.F-CURRENT LES              VERIFY MEMBERS LES               18629        WINDOW
                                                                                  VERIFY MEMBER HAS BEEN
228   RA.F-QNFT                     VERIFY MEMBER HAS QNFT           18629        FITTED FOR GAS MASK
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CODE VALUE                        DESCRIPTION                   DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR

                                                                                  VERIFY MEMBER HAS LEGAL
                                  VERIFY MEMBER HAS UPDATED                       LETTER DATED
229   RA.F-LEGAL LETTER           LEGAL LETTER                       18629        WITH CURRENT CALENDAR YEAR
                                  VERIFY MEMBER HAS A
230   RA.F-SGLV 8286 (SGLI)       CURRENT COPY OF SGLI               18629
                                  VERIY MEMBER HAS DD FORM                        VERIFY MEMBER HAS FORM
231   RA.F-DD FORM 2766           2766 IN MEDICAL RECORD             18629        PRIOR TO DEPLOYMENT
                                  VERIFY MEMBER HAS CURRENT
232   RA.F-PHA                    PHA                                18629        VERIFY PRIOR TO DEPLOYMENT

                                                                                  IF NO DENTAL PROFILE EXIST
                                                                                  MEMBER IS CONSIDERED CLASS
                                  DENTAL QUALIFICATION FOR                        1 OR 2 AND DEPLOYABLE
233   RA.F-DENTAL                 DEPLOYMENT                         18629        (VERIFY PRIOR TO DEPLOYMENT)
                                  IDENTIFY INDIVIDUAL
                                  REQUIREMENT FOR LIFE SKILLS
234   RA.F-LIFE SKILLS            PROGRAM                            18629        VERIFY PRIOR TO DEPLOYMENT
                                  EVALUATES AND MANAGES THE
      M.PERFORMS NEONATAL         TRANSITION OF THE NEWBORN
      RESUSCITATION PROGRAM (NRP) TO EXTRAUTERINE LIFE IN THE
235   SKILLS                      FIRST FEW HOURS                    18629
                                  BAGGAGE TAGS USED FOR                           MEMBER NEEDS 4 BAGGAGE
254   RA.F-BAGGAGE TAGS           DEPLOYMENTS                        36595        TAGS IN FOLDER
                                                                                  OPSEC/COMEC FOR 4A0X1
                                                                                  UNDERSTAND PRINCIPLES OF
                                                                                  OPERATION SECURITY AND
                                                                                  COMMUNICATION SECURITY

      RT.F-RSVP-4A0X1-            HEALTH SERVICE MANAGEMENT                       TRAINING SOURCE:
294   OPSEC/COMSEC                SPECIALTY 1a.                      26299        INTERACTIVE
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CODE VALUE                          DESCRIPTION                   DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                                    COMMON DIANOSTIC TERMS:
                                                                                    UNDERSTAND COMMON
                                                                                    DIAGNOSTIC TERMS

      RT.F-RSVP-4A0X1- COMMON                                                       TRAINING SOURCE:
295   DIAGNOSTIC TERMS              MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY 1a.            26299        INTERACTIVE
                                                                                    OUTPATIENT RECORDS:
                                                                                    PREPARE, UPDATE, MAINTAIN
                                                                                    AND PERFORM QUALITY
                                                                                    CONTROL ON OUTPATIENT
                                                                                    RECORDS.

      RT.F-RSVP-4A0X1- OUTPATIENT                                                   TRAINING SOURCE:
296   RECORDS                       PATIENT ADMINISTRATION 1a.         26299        INTERACTIVE

                                                                                    AEROMEDICAL EVACUATION (AE)
                                                                                    PATIENT MOVEMENT: DESCRIBE
                                                                                    PATIENT MOVEMENT.
      RT.F-RSVP-4A0X1- AEROMEDICAL
      EVACUATION (AE) PATIENT                                                       TRAINING SOURCE:
297   MOVEMENT                     AEROMEDICAL EVACUATION 1a.          26299        INTERACTIVE
                                                                                    LOD:
                                                                                    PERFORM LOD DETERMINATION
                                                                                    PROCEDURES.

      RT.F-RSVP-4A0X1- LINE OF      LINE OF DUTY DETERMINATIONS                     TRAINING SOURCE:
298   DUTY(LOD) DETERMINATIONS      1a.                                26299        INTERACTIVE
                                                                                    PATIENT VALUABLES AND
                                                                                    WEAPONS:
                                                                                    SAFEGUARD PATIENT
                                                                                    VALUABLES AND WEAPONS.

      RT.F-RSVP-4A0X1- PATIENT      PATIENT VALUABLES AND                           TRAINING SOURCE:
299   VALUABLES AND WEAPONS         WEAPONS 1a.                        26299        INTERACTIVE
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CODE VALUE                         DESCRIPTION                    DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR

                                                                                    INFORMATION SYSTEMS AND
                                                                                    MANAGEMENT:
                                                                                    PERFORM CONTROL CENTER
                                                                                    FUNCTIONS TO INCLUDE
                                                                                    MEDRED/SITREP REPORTING,
                                                                                    UTILIZING AVAILABLE
                                                                                    SECURE/NON-SECURE
                                                                                    COMMUNICATION DEVICES (I.E.
                                                                                    STU III, RADIOS) AND PREPARING
                                                                                    ELECTRONICAL MESSAGES.

      RT.F-RSVP-4A0X1- INFORMATION                                                  TRAINING SOURCE:
300   SYSTEMS AND MANAGEMENT       MEDICAL READINESS 1a.               26299        INTERACTIVE
                                                                                    PRACTICE ASPETIC
                                                                                    TECHNIQUES:
                                                                                    FOLLOW INFECTION CONTROLL
                                                                                    TECHNIQUES/PROPERLY
                                                                                    DISCARD SOIL BANDAGES

      RT.F-RSVP-4V0X1-PRACTICE                                                      TRAINING SOURCE
302   ASEPTIC TECHNIQUE            PATIENT TREATMENT DUTIES 1a.        26299        AIR FORCE OPTOMETRY
                                  b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                          COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                        DESCRIPTION                   DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                                  PREPARES OPERATING ROOM
                                                                                  FOR PROCEDURE: PERFORM
                                                                                  SURGICAL SCRUB OF HANDS
                                                                                  AND ARMS. GOWN AND GLOVE
                                                                                  SELF AND SURGICAL TEAM
                                                                                  MEMBERS. ESTABLISH AND
                                                                                  MAINTAIN STERILE FIELD.
                                                                                  POSITIONS AND OPENS GOWN
                                                                                  AND DRAPES. OBTAINS EXTRA
                                                                                  EQUIPMENT , INTRUMENTS SETS,
                                                                                  DRAPING PACKS, AND SUPPLIES.
                                                                                  ASSEMBLES SPECIAL
                                                                                  EQUIPMENT, OPENS SUPPLIES
                                                                                  USING STERILE TECHNIQUE.
                                                                                  SUPPLY SURGEON WITH
                                                                                  NECESSARY ITEMS DURING
                                                                                  SURGICAL ROOM AND
                                                                                  EQUIPMENT. RESTOCK SUPPLIES
                                                                                  AFTER EACH USE.
      RT.F-RSVP-4V0X1A-PREPARES
      OPERATING ROOM FOR          DUTIES OF CIRCULATING/SCRUB                      TRAINING SOURCE
303   PROCEDURE                   PERSONNEL 1a.                      26299         AIR FORCE OPTOMETRY
                                                                                   PERFORMS SCREENING TESTS:
                                                                                   ENSURES DEPLOYABLE
                                                                                   OPTOMETRIC TEAM EQUPMENT
                                                                                   IS SET UP PROPERLY TO BE ABLE
                                                                                   TO PERFORM LENS
                                                                                   NEUTRALIZATION, VISUAL
                                                                                   ACUITY, CONFRONTATION
                                                                                   VISUAL FIELD AND MUSCLE H
                                                                                   TESTING.

      RT.F-RSVP-4V0X1A-PERFORM    PERFORM SCREENING TESTS                          TRAINING SOURCES
304   SCREENING TESTS             TONOMETRY 1b.                      26299         AIR FORCE OPTOMETRY
                                   b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                           COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                         DESCRIPTION                    DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                                    DOCUMENT EVALUATION AND
                                                                                    CARE: INTERVIEWS PATIENT,
                                                                                    RECORDS/DOCUMENT HISTORY
                                                                                    AND EXAM ON SF 600, SF 558,
                                                                                    MEDICAL RECORD, EMERGENCY
                                                                                    CARE AND TREATMENT AND/OR
                                                                                    DD FORM 1380, FIELD MEDICAL
                                                                                    CARD.

      RT.F-RSVP-4V0X1A- DOCUMENT                                                     TRAINING SOURCES
305   EVALUATION AND CARE          PATIENT ADMINISTRATION 1a.          26299         AIR FORCE OPTOMETRY
                                                                                     SCHEDULES PATIENT OR
                                                                                     ASSURES
                                                                                     REFERRAL/CONSULTATION FOR
                                                                                     APPROPRIATE FOLLOW-ON CARE
                                                                                     CONTACTS PATIENTS
                                                                                     ADMINISTRATION TO ARRANGE
                                                                                     FOR EVACUATION OF PATIENTS
                                                                                     TO HIGHER ECELON OF CARE.

      RT.F-RSVP-4V0X1A- ARRANGE                                                      TRAINING SOURCE
306   FOLLOW-ON CARE               PATIENT ADMINISTRATION 1b.          26299         AIR FORCE OPTOMETRY
                                                                                     PROPERLY POSITION PATIENT,
                                                                                     USE OPHTHALMIC SOLUTIONS
                                                                                     AND COUNSEL PATIENTS ON
                                                                                     PRECAUTIONS AND FOLLOW-UP
                                                                                     PROCEDURES

      RT.F-RSVP-4V0X1A- PERFORM                                                      TRAINING SOURCE
307   EYE IRRIGATION               PATIENT TREATMENT DUTIES 1b.        26299         AIR FORCE OPTOMETRY
                                    b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                            COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                         DESCRIPTION                    DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR

                                                                                    PROPERLY POSTITIONS PATIENT,
                                                                                    USE OPTHALMIC SOLUTIONS AND
                                                                                    COUNSEL PATIENTS ON
                                                                                    COUNSEL PATIENTS ON
                                                                                    PRECAUTIONS AND FOLLOW-UP
                                                                                    PROCEDURES AS DIRECTED BY
                                                                                    THE PROVIDER.

      RT.F-RSVP-4V0X1A- INSTILL                                                     TRAINING SOURCES
308   OPHTHALMIC DRUGS             PATIENT TREATMENT DUTIES 1c.        26299        AIR FORCE OPTOMETRY
                                                                                    SPECIMEN/CULTURE
                                                                                    MANAGEMENT: PASS SPECIMEN
                                                                                    OFF STERILE FIELD. DELIVER
                                                                                    SURGICAL SPECIMEN/CULTURE
                                                                                    TO
                                                                                    HISTOPATHOLOGY/LABORATORY
                                                                                    . DOCUMENT AND LABEL
                                                                                    SPECIMENTS/ CULTURES AND
                                                                                    FILL OUT LABORATORY STUDY
                                                                                    REQUESTS.
      RT.F-RSVP-4V0X1A-
      SPECIMEN/CULTURE             DUTIES OF CIRCULATING/SCRUB                      TRAINING SOURCE
309   MANAGEMENT                   PERSONNEL 1b.                       26299        AIR FORCE OPTOMETRY
                                                                                    PERFORM NON-CONTACT
                                                                                    TONOMETRY:
                                                                                    PROPERLY PERFORM NCT
                                                                                    TESTING WITH HANDHELD NCT
                                                                                    INSTRUMENTS SUCH AS THE
                                                                                    TONOPEN OR PERKINS
                                                                                    TONOMETER.

      RT.F-RSVP-4V0X1-PERFORM NON-                                                  TRAINING SOURCE:
310   CONTACT TONOMETRY            VISION SYSTEM TESTING 1a.           26299        AIR FORCE OPTOMETRY
                                    b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                            COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                          DESCRIPTION                  DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR

                                                                                   PERFORM SCREENING TESTS:
                                                                                   ENSURE DEPLOYABLE
                                                                                   OPTOMETRIC TEAM EQUIPMENT
                                                                                   IS SETUP PROPERLY TO BE ABLE
                                                                                   TO PERFORM LENS
                                                                                   NEUTRALIZATION, VISUAL
                                                                                   ACUTIY, CONFRONTATION
                                                                                   VISUAL FIELD AND MUSCLE H
                                                                                   TESTING.

      RT.F-RSVP-4V0X1-PERFORM                                                      TRAINING SOURCE:
311   SCREENING TESTS               VISION SYSTEM TESTING 1c.         26299        AIR FORCE OPTOMETRY
                                                                                   INPATIENT RECORDS:
                                                                                   UNIT INPATIENT RECORDS
                                                                                   TECHNICIAN DUTIES.

      RT.F-RSVP-4A0X1- INPATIENT                                                   TRAINING SOURCE:
334   RECORDS                       PATIENT ADMINISTRATION 1b.        26299        INTERACTIVE


                                                                                   ADMISSIONS AND DISPOSITIONS:
                                                                                   PERFORM ADMISSION
                                                                                   FUNCTIONS, DISPOSITIONS,
                                                                                   TRANSFER FUNCTIONS AND
                                                                                   PREPARE AND VERIFY
                                                                                   ADMISSIONS AND DISPOSITIONS
                                                                                   ASSOCIATED REPORTS.

                                                                                   TRAINING SOURCE:
      RT.F-RSVP-4A0X1- ADMISSIONS                                                  INTERACTIVE
335   AND DISPOSITIONS              PATIENT ADMINISTRATION 1c.        26299
                                    b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                            COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                          DESCRIPTION              DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                               INFORMATION SYSTEM
                                                                               MANAGEMENT:
                                                                               PHONETIC ALPHABET
      RT.F-RSVP-4A0X1-INFORMATION
      SYSTEM AND MANAGEMENT                                                    TRAINING SOURCE:
336   PHONETIC ALPH                 MEDICAL READINESS 1b.         26299        INTERACTIVE

                                                                               1. COLLECT AND ANALYZE
                                                                               WATER SAMPLES.
                                                                               2. EVAULATE QUANTITY OF
                                                                               WATER/ALT WATER SUPPLIES.
                                                                               3. PERFORM WATER
                                                                               VULNERABILITY ASSESSMENTS.
                                                                               4. DEVELOP POTABLE WATER
                                                                               MONITORING PLAN.
                                                                               5. CALAC TOXIC CORRIDORS,
                                                                               IDENTIFY PLUME DISPERSAL
                                                                               PATTERNS.

      RT.F-RSVP-4B0X1-                                                         TRAINING SOURCE
      COLLECT/ANALYZE WATER         ENVIROMENTAL HEALTH                        HTTP:WWWSAM.BROOKS.AF.MIL/
354   SAMPLES                       SURVELIANCE 1a.               26299        BE/RSVP.HTML


                                                                               1. CHARACTERIZE ALL SOLID AND
                                                                               HAZARDOUS WASTE STREAMS.
                                                                               2. REVIEW MEDICAL/HAZ WASTE
                                                                               STORAGE AND DIPOSAL
                                                                               PRACTICES.
                                                                               3. EVALUATE EFFECT OF
                                                                               OPERATIONS ON WASTEWATER

      RT.F-RSVP-4B0X1-                                                         TRAINING SOURCE
      CHARACTERIZE ALL SOLID AND                                               HTTP://WWWSAM.BROOKS.AF.MI
355   HAZARDOUS WASTE               WASTE MANAGEMENT 1a.          26299        L/RSVP.HTML
                                    b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                            COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                         DESCRIPTION                DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                                1. CONDUCT SITE SELECTION.
                                                                                2. DEVELOP MONITORING PLANS
                                                                                FOR ENVIROMENTAL HEALTH
                                                                                RISK ASSESSMENT.

                                                                                 TRAINING SOURCE
      RT.F-RSVP-4B0X1-CONDUCT SITE                                               HTTP://WWWSAM.BROOKS.AF.MI
356   SELECTION                    SITE SECTION 1a.                26299         L/BE/RSVP/HTML

                                                                                 1. PERFORM MEDICAL
                                                                                 ENVIROMENTAL BASELINE
                                                                                 SURVEY
                                                                                 2. SUPPORT CE ENVIROMENTAL
                                                                                 BASELINE SURVEY.
                                                                                 3. DEVELOP MCRP ANNEX FOR
                                                                                 DISASTER AND CONTINGENCY
                                                                                 PLANS.

                                                                                 TRAINING SOURCE
      RT.F-RSVP-4B0X1-PERFORM                                                    HTTP://WWWSAM.BROOKS.AF.MI
      MEDICAL ENVIROMENTAL         ENVIROMENTAL HEALTH RISK                      L/RSVP.HTML
357   BASELINE SURVEY              ASSESSMENT 1a.                  26299
                                  b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                          COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                       DESCRIPTION               DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR


                                                                             1. IMPLEMENT/MANAGE RADITION
                                                                             (IONIZING/NONIONIZING)
                                                                             PROTECTION PROGRAM.
                                                                             2. COORIDINATION PESTCIDE
                                                                             USE/APPLICATION.
                                                                             3. CONDUCT EXPOSURE
                                                                             INVESTIGATION.
                                                                             4. CONDUCT OPERATIONAL RISK
                                                                             ASSESSMENT/MANAGEMENT.
                                                                             5. MANAGE RESPIRATORY
                                                                             PROTECTION PROGRAM/QNFT.
                                                                             6. HAZMAT MANAGEMENT.
                                                                             TRAINING SOURCE
      RT.F-RSVP-4B0X1-                                                       HTTP://WWWSAM.BROOKS.AF.MI
      IMPLEMENT/MANAGE RADIATION OPERATIONAL HEALTH RISK                     L/RSVP.HTML
358   PROTECTION PROGRAM         ASSESSMENT 1a.                 26299
                                  b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                          COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                        DESCRIPTION                    DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                                   1. DEVEOP DECTOR
                                                                                   DEPLOYMENT PLAN FOR
                                                                                   MEDICAL FACILITY AND ASSIST
                                                                                   CE IN BASE PLAN AS
                                                                                   NECESSARY.
                                                                                   2. DEVELOPA SURVEILALLANCE
                                                                                   PLAN FOR NBC AGENTS
                                                                                   (CONVERT OR OVERT USE)
                                                                                   USING AVAILABLE INTEL ON
                                                                                   TREAT .
                                                                                   3. DEVELOPA SURVEILALLANCE
                                                                                   PLAN FOR NBC AGENTS
                                                                                   (CONVERT OR OVERT USE)
                                                                                   USING AVAILABLE INTEL ON
                                                                                   TREAT .
                                                                                   4. (PRE-ATTACK) ADVISE ON
                                                                                   MEDICAL COUNTERMEASURES
                                                                                   FOR NBC AGENTS
                                                                                   4. )
                                                                                   TRAINING SOURCE
      RT.F-RSVP-4B0X1-DEVELOP                                                      HTTP://WWWSAM.BROOKS.AF.MI
      DETECTOR DEPLOY PLAN FOR    NBC EXPERTISE (PRE- ATTACK)                      L/RSVP.HTML
359   MEDICAL FACILI              1a.                                  26299

                                                                                    1. EVALUATE EFFECTIVENESS OF
                                                                                    SHELTERS.
                                                                                    2. ADVISE IN SUPPORT OF
                                                                                    REDUCED MOPP LEVEL BASED
                                                                                    ON HEALTH RISK ASSESSMENT.
                                                                                    3. FUNCTION IN SRC.

                                                                                    TRAINING SOURCE
                                                                                    HTTP://WWWSAM.BROOKS.AF.MI
      RT.F-RSVP-4B0X1-EVALUATE    NBC EXPERTISE (PRE- AND POST                      L/RSVP.HTML
360   EFFECTIVENESS OF SHELTERS   ATTACK) 1a.                         26299
                                     b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                             COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                           DESCRIPTION                   DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                                     1. IDENTIFY AND QUANTIFY
                                                                                     HAZARD CONCENTRATIONS AND
                                                                                     COLLECT SAMPLES.
                                                                                     2. SHIP NBC SAMPLES.
                                                                                     3. CONDUCT HEALTH RISK
                                                                                     ASSESSMENT BASED ON
                                                                                     AVAILABLE DETECTION AND
                                                                                     SURVEILLANCE INFORMATION.
                                                                                     ADVISE COMMANDER ON HEALTH
                                                                                     EFFECTS AND RISKS OF NBC
                                                                                     AGENTS BASED ON HEALTH RISK
                                                                                     ASSESSMENT.
                                                                                     4. EVALUATE EFFECTIVENESS OF
                                                                                     CONTAMINATION CONTROL
                                                                                     AMONG BASE SECTORS.

                                                                                      TRAINING SOURCE
      RT.F-RSVP-4B0X1-IDENTIFY AND                                                    HTTP://WWWSAM.BROOKS.AF.MI
      QUANTIFY HAZARD                NBC EXPERTISE (POST-ATTACK)                      L/RSVP.HTML
361   CONCENTRATIONS                 1a.                                26299
                                                                                      1. IM/IT

                                                                                      TRAINING SOURCE
                                                                                      HTTP://WWWSAM.BROOKS.AF.MI
      RT.F-RSVP-4B0X1-                                                                L/RSVP.HTML
362   COMMUNICATIONS IM/IT           COMMUNICATION 1a.                  26299
                               b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                       COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                     DESCRIPTION              DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR

                                                                          COMBAT OPERATIONS: DISCUSS
                                                                          THE EFFECTS ON MISSION
                                                                          COMPLETION OF GOOD AND
                                                                          POOR MANAGEMENT OF COMBAT
                                                                          STRESS. DESCRIBE ROLES OF
                                                                          LEADERSHIP AND UNIT
                                                                          COHESION IN MANAGING
                                                                          COMBAT STRESS.

                                                                          TRAINING SOURCES:
      RT.F-RSVP-4C0X1-COMBAT                                              TOPSTAR; INSERVICES;
363   OPERATIONS               PREVENTION 1a.                26299
                         b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                 COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE               DESCRIPTION              DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR

                                                                    ORGANIZATIONAL
                                                                    CONSULTATION: KNOWS THE
                                                                    MENTAL HEALTH ISSUES THAT
                                                                    AFFECT AND DESCRIBE
                                                                    INDIVIDUAL AND UNIT
                                                                    EFFECTIVENESS; DESCRIBES
                                                                    THE MEDIAL AND MENTAL
                                                                    HEALTH CONCEPT OF
                                                                    OPERATIONS IN SUPPORT OF
                                                                    UNIT EFFECTIVENESS;
                                                                    RESPONDS TO COMMANDER'S
                                                                    REQUEST FOR EVALUATION AND
                                                                    MAKES RECOMMENDATIONS.
                                                                    UNDERSTANDS THE GRIEF AND
                                                                    LOSS ISSUESTHAT ARISE ON
                                                                    DEPLOYMENTS, ADVISE
                                                                    COMMAND STRUCTURE ON
                                                                    GRIEF LEADERSHIP
                                                                    TECHNIQUES, PROVIDE
                                                                    COUNSELING WHEN
                                                                    APPROPRIATE.

                                                                    TOPSTAR; INSERVICES;
                                                                    EVERYDAY WORK EXPERIENCE
      RT.F-RSVP-4C0X1-                                              VALIDATED BY SUPERVISOR
      ORGANIZATIONAL
364   CONSULTATION       PREVENTION 1b.                26299
                                   b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                           COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                         DESCRIPTION              DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR

                                                                              PREVENTION ACTIVITIES :
                                                                              PROVEIDES A FULL RANGE OF
                                                                              WORK PREVENTION WORK;
                                                                              COORDINATES WITH OTHER
                                                                              AGENCIES TO MAXIMIZE USE OF
                                                                              RESOURCES THAT IMPROVE
                                                                              COPING AND RESILIENCY.

                                                                              TOPSTAR; SERVICES; EVERYDAY
                                                                              WORK EXPERIENCE VALIDATED
      RT.F-RSVP-4C0X1-PREVENTION                                              BY SUPERVISOR
365   ACTIVITIES                   PREVENTION 1c.                26299
                                                                              CONCEPTS OF CRITICAL
                                                                              INCIDENT STRESS
                                                                              MANAGEMENT(CISM):
                                                                              RECOGNIZE THE SITUATIONS
                                                                              THAT ARE ESPECIALLY LIKELY TO
                                                                              CREATE POSTTRAUMATIC
                                                                              STRESS DISORDER; ADVISES
                                                                              COMMANDERS AND FIRST
                                                                              SERGENTS ; PROVIDE
                                                                              APPROPRIATE INTERVENTION
                                                                              INCLUDING CRITICAL INCIDENT
                                                                              STRESS MANAGEMENT

                                                                              TOPSTAR; INSERVICES;
                                                                              EVERYDAY WORK EXPERIENCE
      RT.F-RSVP-4C0X1-CONCEPTS OF                                             VALIDATED BY SUPERVISOR
      CRITICAL INCIDENT STRESS
366   MANAGEMENT                  INTERVENTION 1a.               26299
                               b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                       COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                     DESCRIPTION              DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                          MENTAL HEALTH INPATIENTS:
                                                                          RESPONDS TO CONSULTATION
                                                                          REQUEST FROM MEDICAL/
                                                                          SURGICAL STAFF CONCERNING
                                                                          PATIENTS WHO MAY HAVE
                                                                          MENTAL HEALTH OR COMBAT
                                                                          STRESS PROBLEMS. CONDUCTS
                                                                          COMPREHENSIVE EVALUATION
                                                                          OF PATIENTS AND REPORTS
                                                                          FINDINGS AND
                                                                          RECOMMENDATIONS TO
                                                                          REQUEST PROVIDER. PROVIDES
                                                                          BACK UP SUPPORT FOR SAFELY
                                                                          MAINTAINING MENTAL HEALTH
                                                                          PATIENTS ON MEDICAL /
                                                                          SURIGICAL WARDS. OPERATES
                                                                          INPATIENT MENTAL HEALTH UNIT
                                                                          IN THE EVENT ONE IS
                                                                          ESTABLISHED. ASSIST WITH AND
                                                                          FOLLOWS PROCEDURES
                                                                          NEEDED TO SAFELY STORE,
                                                                          PROTECT AND MANAGE
                                                                          MEDICATION USED IN MENTAL
                                                                          HEALTH

                                                                           TOPSTAR; INSERVICES;
                                                                           EVERYDAY WORK EXPERIENCE
                                                                           VALIDATED BY SUPERVISOR
      RT.F-RSVP-4C0X1-MENTAL
367   HEALTH INPATIENTS        INTERVENTION 1b.              26299
                                  b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                          COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                        DESCRIPTION                  DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                                 PERFORM PUPILLARY REFLEX
                                                                                 TESTING:
                                                                                 PERFORM PUPILLARY REFLEX
                                                                                 TESTING AND PROPERLY
                                                                                 DOCUMENT FINDINGS.

      RT.F-RSVP-4V0X1-PERFORM                                                    TRAINING SOURCE:
376   PUPPILLARY REFLEX TESTING   VISION SYSTEM TESTING 1a.         26299        AIR FORCE OPTOMETRY
                                                                                 DOCUMENTATION EVALUATION
                                                                                 AND CARE:
                                                                                 INTERVIEWS PATIENT,
                                                                                 RECORD/DOCUMENT HISTORY
                                                                                 AND EXAM ON SF 600, SF 558,
                                                                                 MEDICAL RECORD, EMERGENCY
                                                                                 CARE AND TREATMENT AND/OR
                                                                                 DD FORM 1380, FIELD MEDICAL
                                                                                 CARD.

                                                                                 TRAINING SOURCES:
      RT.F-RSVP-4V0X1-DOCUMENT                                                   AIR FORCE OPTOMETRY
394   EVALUATION AND CARE         PATIENT ADMINISTRATION 1a.        26299        INSERVICES
                                                                                 ARRANGE FOLLOW-ON CARE:
                                                                                 SCHEDULES PATIENT OR
                                                                                 ASSURES
                                                                                 REFERRAL/CONSULTATION FOR
                                                                                 APPROPRIATE FOLLOW-ON
                                                                                 CARE. CONTACTS PATIENT
                                                                                 ADMINISTRATION TO ARRTANGE
                                                                                 FOR EVACUATION OF PATIENT
                                                                                 TO HIGHER ECHELON OF CARE.

      RT.F-RSVP-4V0X1-ARRANGE                                                    TRAINING SOURCES:
395   FOLLOW-ON CARE              PATIENT ADMINISTRATION 1b.        26299        AIR FORCE OPTOMETRY
                                  b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                          COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                        DESCRIPTION                DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR

                                                                               SPECTACLE DEVICES:
                                                                               FIT, ORDER (USING SRTS AND/OR
                                                                               DD FORM 771), DISPENSE
                                                                               ADJUST AND REPAIR/FIX ALL
                                                                               OPTICAL DEVICES. ENSURE
                                                                               FLIGHT GOGGLES FIT PROPERLY
                                                                               UNDER FLIGHT HELMETS AND
                                                                               WITH OTHER FLIGHT GEAR AS
                                                                               NEEDED.

                                                                               TRAINING SOURCES:
      RT.F-RSVP-4V0X1-SPECTACLE                                                AIR FORCE OPTOMETRY
396   DEVICES                     OPTICAL DEVICE TASKS 1a.        26299        INSERVICES

                                                                               INSERT/REMOVE CONTACT
                                                                               LENSES:
                                                                               PROPERLY INSERT/REMOVE
                                                                               SOFT/GAS PERMEABLE LENSES.
                                                                               KNOW CARE REGIMEN FOR
                                                                               SOFT/GAS PERMEABLE CONTACT
                                                                               LENSES.

      RT.F-RSVP-4V0X1-                                                         TRAINING SOURCES:
      INSERT/REMOVE CONTACT                                                    AIR FORCE OPTOMETRY
397   LENSES                      OPTICAL DEVICE TASKS 1b.        26299        INSERVICES
                                   b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                           COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                        DESCRIPTION                    DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                                   PRACTICE ASEPTIC
                                                                                   TECHNIQUES:
                                                                                   FOLLOW INFECTION CONTROL
                                                                                   TECHNIQUES.
                                                                                   KNOW PROPER PROCEDURES
                                                                                   FOR DISPOSAL OF SOILED
                                                                                   MATERIAL AND HANDLING
                                                                                   PROCEDURES FOR
                                                                                   SHARPS/SHARP INSTRUMENTS.

                                                                                   TRAINING SOURCE:
                                                                                   AIR FORCE OPTOMETRY
      RT.F-RSVP-4V0X1-PRACTICE                                                     INSERVICES
398   ASEPTIC TECHNIQUES          PATIENT TREATMENT DUTIES 1a.        26299
                                                                                   PERFORM EYE IRRIGATION:
                                                                                   PROPERLY POSITION PATIENT,
                                                                                   USE OPHTHALMIC SOLUTIONS
                                                                                   AND COUNSEL PATIENTS ON
                                                                                   PRECAUTIONS AND FOLLOW-UP
                                                                                   CARE.

                                                                                   TRAINING SOURCES:
      RT.F-RSVP-4V0X1-PERFORM EYE                                                  AIR FORCE OPTOMETRY
399   IRRIGATION                  PATIENT TREATMENT DUTIES 1b.        26299        INSERVICES
                                  b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                          COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                        DESCRIPTION              DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR

                                                                             PROCESSING SUPPLIES:
                                                                             INSPECT LINEN FOR HOLES, RIPS
                                                                             FOLDS AND STORE FOR
                                                                             SURGICAL USE. WRAP
                                                                             INSTUMENTS, SUPPLIES AND
                                                                             LINEN PACKS IN DESIGNATED
                                                                             WRAPPERS FOR STERILZATION.
                                                                             STORE STERILE AND NON-
                                                                             STERILE SUPPLIES CORRECTLY.
                                                                             PREPARE INTRUMENTS FOR
                                                                             STERILIZATION (IE WASHING,
                                                                             PACKAGING AND DELIVER
                                                                             STERILE COMPONENTS FOR
                                                                             PROCESSING . PICK UPON AND
                                                                             DELIVER SUPPLIES. REPLACE ALL
                                                                             UPDATED AND
                                                                             INAPPROPRIATLEY STERLIZED
      RT.F-RSVP-4V0X1A-PROCESSING                                            ITEMS FOR PROPER
400   SUPPLIES                    CENTRAL STERILE SUPPLY        26299        DISPOSITION.
                                b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                        COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                      DESCRIPTION                    DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                                 INSTILL OPHTHALMIC
                                                                                 MEDICATIONS:
                                                                                 PROPERLY POSITION PATIENT,
                                                                                 USE APPROVED OPTHALMIC
                                                                                 SOLUTIONS, IF NEEDED, OBTAIN
                                                                                 PROPER SUPPLIES TO APPLY
                                                                                 PRESSURE PATCH, LOOSE
                                                                                 DRESSING, OR FOX SHIELD AS
                                                                                 APPROPRIATE.
                                                                                 COUNSEL PATIENTS ON
                                                                                 PROCEDURES AS DIRECTED BY
                                                                                 THE PROVIDER.

                                                                                  TRAINING SOURCES:
                                                                                  AIR FORCE OPTOMETRY
      RT.F-RSVP-4V0X1-INSTILL                                                     INSERVICES
401   OPTHALMIC MEDICATIONS     PATIENT TREATMENT DUTIES 1c.         26299

                                                                                  KNOWS ISSUES RELATED TO
                                                                                  EFFECTIVE ADMINISTRATION OF
                                                                                  SUBTANCE ABUSE PROGRAM IN
                                                                                  A DEPLOYED ENVIROMENT;
                                                                                  RECOGNIZES APPROPRIATE
                                                                                  FAMILY ADVOCACY ISSUES FOR
                                                                                  A DEPLOYED SETTING;
                                                                                  INTERVENES AS ECESSARY WITH
                                                                                  FAMILY ADVOCACY ISSUES
      RT.F-RSVP-4C0X1-MENTAL                                                      AFFECTING DEPLOYED
402   HEALTH PROGRAMS           INTERVENTIONS 1c.                    26299        PERSONNEL AND FAMILY.
                                   b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                           COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                        DESCRIPTION               DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                              REPATRIATED PRISONERS:
                                                                              PROVIDES CARE AND
                                                                              CONSULTATIVE ADVICE WHEN
                                                                              ALLIED PRISONERS ARE
                                                                              REPATRIATED.

      RT.F-RSVP-4C0X1-REPATRIATED                                             TRAINING SOURCE
403   PRISONERS                   INTERVENTIONS 1d.              26299        TOP; INSERVICES

                                                                              RESEARCH POLICIES AND
                                                                              PROCEDURES:
                                                                              STS 6.1 (AIR FORCE ELECTRONIC
                                                                              PUBLICATIONS LIST, UNIVERSAL
                                                                              DATA REPOSITORY, AIR FORCE
                                                                              MEDICAL LOGISTICS WEBSITE)
                                                                              DEMONSTRATE A BASIC
                                                                              UNDERSTANDING AND
                                                                              PROFICIENCY TO RESEARCH
                                                                              POLICIES AND PROCEDURES
                                                                              GERMANE TO MEDICAL
                                                                              LOGISTICS OPERATIONS.
                                                                              INSTILL AN AWARENESS ON THE
                                                                              MYRIAD OF PRODUCTS,
                                                                              WEBSITE, AMD COORDINATING
                                                                              AGENCIES AVAILABLE FOR USE
                                                                              DURING A CONTINGENCY
                                                                              OPERATION.

                                                                              TRAINING SOURCES:
                                                                              AIR FORCE ELECTRONIC
      RT.F-RSVP-4A1X1-RESEARCH    MEDICAL MATERIEL                            PUBLICATION LIST
404   POLICIES AND PROCEDURES     REFERENCES 1a.                 26299
                                   b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                           COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                         DESCRIPTION              DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR

                                                                              MANAGE AND DISTRIBUTE
                                                                              FORCE HEALTH PROTECTION
                                                                              ASSETS:
                                                                              STS 13.2 (AF 41-209 AND AFML
                                                                              WEBSITE)
                                                                              UNDERSTAND THE GUIDELINES,
                                                                              POLICIES AND PROCEDURES
                                                                              FOR ISSUE , STORAGE, ASSET
                                                                              RETURN, AND OVERALL
                                                                              MANAGEMENT OF FORCE
                                                                              HEALTH PROTECTION ASSETS
                                                                              BOTH IN GARRISON AND IN A
                                                                              DEPLOYED ENVIRONMENT AS
                                                                              WELL AS REDEPLOYMENT.(ITEMS
                                                                              INCLUDE BW/CW ANTIDOTES,
                                                                              ANTHRAX AND SMALLPOX
                                                                              VACCINES, ETC.)

      RT.F-RSVP-4A1X1-MANAGE AND   WAR RESERVE                                TRAINING SOURCES:
      DISTRIBUTE FORCE HEALTH      MATERIEL/ASSEMBLAGE                        AFMAN 23-110 VOLUME 5,
405   PROTECTION                   MANAGEMENT 1a.                26299        CHAPTER 15
                               b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                       COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                     DESCRIPTION              DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR

                                                                          DESCRIBES THE FACTORS
                                                                          INVOLVED IN LOCATING A
                                                                          COMBAT STRESS FACILITY IN
                                                                          THE LOCATION THAT WILL
                                                                          MAXIMIZE ITS EFFECTIVENESS
                                                                          AND UTILITY ASSEMBLES
                                                                          MENTAL HEALTH EQUIPMENT
                                                                          INCLUDING TENTS, KNOWS
                                                                          VARIOUS CONFIGURATIONS
                                                                          USED FOR MENTAL HEALTH
                                                                          EQUIPMENT ; KNOWS VARIOUS
                                                                          CONFIGURATIONS USED FOR
                                                                          MENTAL HEALTH EQUIPMENT;
                                                                          KNOWS AND FOLLOWS THE
                                                                          CORRECT PROCEDURES FOR
                                                                          OPERATING A COMBAT STRESS
                                                                          FACILITY; UNDERSTANDS THE
                                                                          FACTORS AND CHARTERISTICS
                                                                          THAT MAXIMIZE EFFECTIVENESS.
                                                                          KNOWS PROCEDURES FOR
                                                                          MANAGEMENT OF COMBAT
                                                                          STRESS FACILITY PATIENTS
      RT.F-RSVP-4C0X1-COMBAT   COMBAT STRESS FACILITY                     DURING ATTACK OR
406   STRESS FACILITY          OPERATION 1a.                 26299        CONTINGENCY.
                                b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                        COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                      DESCRIPTION              DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR

                                                                           PERFORM CARGO PREPARATION
                                                                           AND PALLETIZING FUNCTIONS:
                                                                           STS 12.16 AFMAN(I) 24-204;DODR
                                                                           4500.9-R
                                                                           DEMOSTRATE A BASIC
                                                                           UNDERSTANDING OF THE
                                                                           PROCESS OF PALLET BUILDS,
                                                                           SAFETY REQUIREMENTS,
                                                                           PALLET/PALLET NET
                                                                           MANAGEMENT, PROPER CARE
                                                                           AND USE OF PALLETS AND
                                                                           PALLET NETS.
                                                                           UNDERSTAND SPECIAL
                                                                           HANDLING CARGO
                                                                           REQUIREMENTS AND
                                                                           PROCEDURES.
      RT.F-RSVP-4A1X1-PERFORM   WAR RESERVE
      CARGO PREPARATION AND     MATERIAL/ASSEMBLAGE                        TRAINING SOURCES:
407   PALLETIZING               MANAGEMENT 1b.                26299        AFMAN(I) 24-204
                                                                           PERFORM CARGO MARSHALING
                                                                           FUNCTIONS:
                                                                           STS 12.17 AFMAN (I) 24-204; DODR
                                                                           4500.9R
                                                                           DEMONSTRATE A BASIC
                                                                           UNDERSTANDING OF THE
                                                                           PROCESS OF PALLET
                                                                           MARSHALLING.
      RT.F-RSVP-4A1X1-PERFORM   WAR RESERVE
      CARGO MARSHALLING         MATERIAL/ASSEMBLAGE                        TRAINING SOURCE:
408   FUNCTIONS                 MANAGEMENT 1c.                26299        MARSHALLING CARGO
                                 b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                         COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                       DESCRIPTION              DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                            RECORDS MAINTENANCE
                                                                            MAINTAINS RECORDS IN
                                                                            COMBATS STRESS FACILITY
                                                                            ;MENTAL HEALTH CLINIC, AND ON
                                                                            INPATIENT IN ACCORDANCE
                                                                            WITH DEPLOYMENT POLICIES
                                                                            AND PROCEDURES AS WELL AS
                                                                            AIR FORCE INTRUCTIONS.

                                                                             TRAINING SOURCE
                                                                             TOPSTAR; INSERVICES;
      RT.F-RSVP-4C0X1-RECORDS    COMBAT STRESS FACILITY                      EVERYDAY WORK EXPERIENCE
409   MAINTENANCE                OPERATION 1b.                  26299        VALIDTED BY SUPERVISOR

                                                                             MAINTAIN HAZARDOUS CARGO
                                                                             CERTIFICATION:
                                                                             STS 12.18 AFMAN(I)24-204
                                                                             DEMONSTRATE A BASIC
                                                                             UNDERSTANDING OF THE
                                                                             HAZARDOUS CARGO PROCESS.
                                                                             PERSONNEL ASSIGNED TO
                                                                             DEPLOYABLE UTC'S SHOULD BE
                                                                             FULLY TRAINED TO CERTIFY
                                                                             HAZARDOUS CARGO.
                                                                             ALL ASSIGNED PERSONNEL
                                                                             SHOULD BE AWARE OF THE
                                                                             PROCESSES AND /OR OBTAIN
                                                                             TRAINING VIA JIT UPON SUDDEN
                                                                             NOTIFICATION OF DEPLOYMENT.
      RT.F-RSVP-4A1X1-MAINTAIN   WAR RESERVE
      HAZARDOUS CARGO            MATERIAL/ASSEMBLAGE                         TRAINING SOURCES:
410   CERTIFICATION              MANAGEMENT 1d.                 26299        AFMAN (I)24-204
                                   b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                           COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                         DESCRIPTION                  DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR

                                                                                  UNDERSTAND EXPEDITIONARY
                                                                                  MEDICAL LOGISTICS(EML)
                                                                                  CONCEPT AND
                                                                                  PROCEDURES(STS 13.1)(AIR
                                                                                  FORCE TACTICS, TECHNIQUES,
                                                                                  AND PROCEDURES 3-42.8)
                                                                                  UNDERSTAND EML POLICIES AND
                                                                                  CONCEPTS TO INCLUDE THE
                                                                                  ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
                                                                                  OF THE AFMLOC AND
                                                                                  REACHBACK RESUPPLY IN A
                                                                                  DEPLOYED SITUATION.
                                                                                  KNOWLEDGE AND USE OF THE
                                                                                  AIR FORCE MEDICAL LOGISTICS
                                                                                  WEV SITE, OTHER APPLICABLE
                                                                                  RESUPPLY AGENCIES SUCH AS
                                                                                  DEFENSE LOGISTICS
                                                                                  AGENCY(DLA) AND UNITED
                                                                                  SDTATES ARMY MEDICAL
                                                                                  MATERIEL CENTER- EUROPE (
                                                                                  USAMMCE) AND APPLICABLE
                                                                                  SOFTWARE PROGRAMS THAT
                                                                                  MAY BE USED IN A SPECIFIC
                                                                                  THEATER OF OPERATIONS.

                                                                                  TRAINING SOURCE:
      RT.F-RSVP-4A1X1-UNDERSTAND                                                  AIR FORCE TACTICS,
      EXPEDITIONARY MEDICAL                                                       TECHNIQUES, AND PROCEDURES
412   LOGISTICS                    CONTINGENCY OPERATIONS 1a.        26299        3-42.8
                                   b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                           COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                         DESCRIPTION                  DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR


                                                                                  UNDERSTAND PATIENT
                                                                                  MOVEMENT ITEMS(PMI)CONCEPT
                                                                                  AND PROCEDURES:
                                                                                  STS 13.2(JOINT PUB 4-02.2)
                                                                                  UNDERSTAND PMI CENTER
                                                                                  OPERATIONS, THE PMI TRACKING
                                                                                  SYSTEM(PLEXUS AND THE
                                                                                  INTERNET PORTAL), AND THE
                                                                                  ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
                                                                                  OF PMI IN THE AIR EVACUATION
                                                                                  PROCESS.

                                                                                  TRAINING SOURCES:
                                                                                  JOINT PUB 4-02.2
                                                                                  PMI CONOPS
                                                                                  PMI CHAPTER IN AFMAN 23-110,
                                                                                  VOL 5
      RT.F-RSVP-4A1X1-UNDERSTAND                                                  PMI OVERVIEW BRIEFING
414   PATIENT MOVEMENT ITEMS       CONTINGENCY OPERATIONS 1b.        26299        PMI LINKS TO AMC
                                                                                  OPERATES EQUIPMENT:
                                                                                  OPERATE PRESSURE-VOLUME,
                                                                                  VENTILATORS AND WRIGHT'S
                                                                                  RESPIROMETER, PEAK FLOW
                                                                                  AND INSPIRATORY FORCE
                                                                                  METERS. (REFERENCE:
                                                                                  FUNDAMENTALS OF
                                                                                  RESPIRATORY CARE, CHAPTERS
                                                                                  22,28,29,30,31)

                                                                                  TRAINING SOURCES:
      RT.F-RSVP-4H0X1-OPERATE                                                     C-STARS
      PRESSURE-VOLUME                                                             EVERYDAY WORK EXPERIENCE
415   VENTILATORS                  VENTILATOR MANAGEMENT 1a.         26299        VALIDATED BY
                                    b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                            COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                          DESCRIPTION                 DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                                  MANAGES PATIENT AIRWAY:
                                                                                  ENSURE/MANAGE AIRWAY

                                                                                  TRAINING SOURCES:
                                                                                  C-STARS
      RT.F-RSVP-4H0X1-MANAGES                                                     EVERYDAY WORK EXPERIENCE
416   PATIENT AIRWAY                VENTILATOR MANAGEMENT 1b.        26299        VALIDATED BY
                                                                                  PERSONAL/FIELD AND FACILITY
                                                                                  HYGIENE AND SANITATION:
                                                                                  MAINTAINS PERSONAL HYGIENE.
                                                                                  BASED ON ANNUAL TRAINING
                                                                                  PROVIDED IAW US PUBLIC
                                                                                  HEALTH FOOD CODE, ASSURES
                                                                                  PERSONAL HYGIENE IS
                                                                                  MAINTAINED AT ALL TIMES.
                                                                                  PRATICES FIELD
                                                                                  HYGIENE/SANITATION.
                                                                                  CONTROLS SPREAD OF
                                                                                  COMMUNICABLE DISEASES AND
                                                                                  MAINTAINES A SANITARY
                                                                                  FACILITY. BASED ON GUIDANCE
                                                                                  FROM THE US PUBLIC HEALTH
                                                                                  FOOD CODE, PREVENTS SPREAD
                                                                                  OF COMMUNICABLE DISEASE
                                                                                  AND ASSURES DIETARY
                                                                                  EQUIPMENT IS PROPERLY
                                                                                  SANITIZED.
      RT.F-RSVP-4D0X1-
      PERSONAL/FIELD AND FACILITY                                                 TRAINING SOURCE
417   HYGIENE/SANITATION            MEDICAL READINESS 1b.            26299        TOPSTAR
                                   b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                           COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                         DESCRIPTION                DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR

                                                                                OPERATE ARTERIAL BLOOD GAS
                                                                                MACHINES, CO-OXIMETERS,
                                                                                PERFORM ARTERIAL BLOOD GAS
                                                                                PUNCTURE, INTERPRET
                                                                                ARTERIAL BLOOD GASES.

                                                                                TRAINING SOURCES:
                                                                                C-STARS
      RT.F-RSVP-4H0X1-OPERATE                                                   EVERYDAY WORK EXPERIENCE
418   ARTERIAL BLOOD GAS MACHINE   ARTERIAL BLOOD GASES 1a.        26299        VALIDATED BY
                                                                                FOOD DELIVERY OPERATES
                                                                                APPLICABLE CASUALTY TRAY
                                                                                DELIVERY SYSTEM. BASED ON
                                                                                THE INSULATED FOOD
                                                                                TRANSPORT CONTAINER,
                                                                                PROVIDES FOOD FOR CASUALTY
                                                                                FEEDING.

      RT.F-RSVP-4D0X1-FOOD                                                      TRAINING SOURCE
419   DELIVERY                     FOOD SERVICE 1a.                26299        TOPSTAR

                                                                                TUBE FEEDING PREP: PREPARES
                                                                                TUBE FEEDING. BASED ON
                                                                                OPERATIONAL REQUIRMENTS,
                                                                                PREPARES TUBE FEEDINGS OR
                                                                                UTILIZES COMMERCIALLY
                                                                                PREPARED FEEDINGS FOR
                                                                                CASUALTY CARE.

      RT.F-RSVP-4D0X1-TUBE FEEDING                                              TRAINING SOURCE
420   PREP                         FOOD SERVICE 1b.                26299        TOPSTAR
                                    b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                            COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                         DESCRIPTION                DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                                MEASURES QUALITY CONTROL:
                                                                                PERFORM ARTERIAL BLOOD
                                                                                GASD QUALITY CONTROL
                                                                                PROCEDURES.(REFERENCE:
                                                                                ACCREDITATION MAUAL FOR
                                                                                HOSPITALS, VI)

                                                                                TRAINING SOURCES:
                                                                                C-STARS
      RT.F-RSVP-4H0X1-MEASURES                                                  EVERYDAY WORK EXPERIENCE
421   QUALITY CONTROL              ARTERIAL BLOOD GASES 1b.        26299        VALIDATED BY

                                                                                DIABETIC DIET: ADJUSTS
                                                                                OPERTIONAL FOODS AVAILABLE,
                                                                                OR MEALS READY TO EAT, TO
                                                                                ACCOMADATE DIABETIC DIETS.
                                                                                BASED ON WRITTEN GUIDANCE
                                                                                PROVIDED, ADJUSTS FOOD
                                                                                ITEMS AVAILABLE TO MEET
                                                                                DIETARY RESTRICTIONS OF
                                                                                DIABETIC DIET. PROVIDE MRE
                                                                                NUTRIENT BREAKOUT TO
                                                                                PATIENTS AS NEEDED.

                                                                                TRAINING SOURCE
422   RT.F-RSVP-4D0X1-DIABETIC DIET FOOD SERVICE 1c.               26299        TOPSTAR
                                                                                OPERATES PRESSURE
                                                                                REGULATOR, FLOW METERS,
                                                                                OXYGEN BLENDERS AND
                                                                                ANALYZERS, GAS DELIVERY
                                                                                DEVICES.

                                                                                TRAINING SOURCES:
      RT.F-RSVP-4H0X1-OPERATE                                                   C-STARS
      PRESSURE REGULATOR,FLOW                                                   EVERYDAY WORK EXPERIENCE
423   METERS,OXYGEN                ADJUNCTIVE EQUIPMENT 1a.        26299        VALIDATED BY
                                    b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                            COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                         DESCRIPTION               DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR


                                                                               INFLIGHT MEAL PREP: PREPARES
                                                                               COOKED THERAPEUTIC INFLIGHT
                                                                               MEALS (CTMS). BASED ON DIET
                                                                               ORDER RECIEVED , PREPARES
                                                                               HOT AND COLD FOODS AND
                                                                               NOURISHMENTS FOR INFLIGHTS
                                                                               USE. LABELS AND ISSUES CTIM.

      RT.F-RSVP-4D0X1-INFLIGHT MEAL                                            TRAINING SOURCE
434   PREP                          FOOD SERVICE 1d.              26299        TOP STAR
                                                                               MEDICATION ADMINISTRATION:
                                                                               PREPARE AND ADMINISTER
                                                                               RESPIRATORY MEDICATIONS

                                                                               TRAINING SOURCES:
                                                                               C-STARS
      RT.F-RSVP-4H0X1-MEDICATION                                               EVERYDAY WORK EXPERIENCE
435   ADMINISTRATION               MEDICATIONS 1a.                26299        VALIDATED BY
                              b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                      COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                    DESCRIPTION              DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR

                                                                         FOOD REQUIRMENTS/FEEDING
                                                                         SCHEDULES: DETERMINE 24-
                                                                         HOUR FOOD REQUIRMENTS
                                                                         BASED ON MENUS PROVIDED
                                                                         AND CASUALTY NUTRITION
                                                                         NEEDS. ESTABLISHES THREE
                                                                         MEAL SERVICE FEEDING
                                                                         SCHEDULE BASED ON
                                                                         OPERATIONAL NEEDS AND
                                                                         DIRECTION PROVIDED BY
                                                                         MEDICAL COMMAND CENTER, AS
                                                                         WELL AS COLLABORATION WITH
                                                                         THE COORDINATING AGENCY
                                                                         (I.E. EXPEDITIONARY COMBAT
                                                                         SUPPORT). ESTABLISHES
                                                                         NURSING UNIT FEEDING HOURS
                                                                         BASED ON STAFFING AVAILABLE.
      RT.F-RSVP-4D0X1-FOOD
      REQUIREMENTS/FEEDEING                                              TRAINING SOURCE
436   SCHEDULES               FOOD SERVICE 1e.              26299        TOP STAR
                                  b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                          COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                        DESCRIPTION              DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                             EMERGENCY EQUIPMENT:
                                                                             OPERATE DC DEFIBRILLATORS,
                                                                             PULSE OXIMETERS, MONITORING
                                                                             UNITS, AND EKG
                                                                             MACHINES.(REFERENCES:
                                                                             FUNDAMENTALS OF
                                                                             RESPIRATORY CARE, CHAPTERS
                                                                             22,28,29,30,31 & CLINICAL
                                                                             APPLICATION OF BLOOD GASES
                                                                             CHAPTERS
                                                                             5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13,14,20,24, AND
                                                                             25.)

                                                                                 TRAINING SOURCES:
                                                                                 C-STARS
      RT.F-RSVP-4H0X1-EMERGENCY   OTHER CRITICAL CARE                            EVERYDAY WORK EXPERIENCE
437   EQUIPMENT                   EQUIPMENT 1a.                  26299           VALIDATED BY

                                                                                 ASSISTS PHYSICIANS WITH
                                                                                 BRONCHOSCOPIC EXAM:
                                                                                 ASSISTS PHYSICIANS WITH
                                                                                 BRONCHOSCOPIC EXAMINATION.
                                                                                 (REFERENCES: FUNDAMENTALS
                                                                                 OF RESPIRATORY CARE,
                                                                                 CHAPTER 21 AND RESPIRATORY
                                                                                 CARE, CHAPTER 26)

                                                                                 TRAINING SOURCES:
      RT.F-RSVP-4H0X1-ASSISTS                                                    C-STARS
      PHYSICIANS WITH                                                            EVERYDAY WORK EXPERIENCE
438   BRONCHOSCOPIC EXAM          BRONCHOSCOPY 1a.               26299           VALIDATED BY
                                    b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                            COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                          DESCRIPTION              DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                               CARE IN THE AIR:
                                                                               UNDERSTAND RESPIRATORY
                                                                               CARE FUNCTIONS AT ALTITUDE

                                                                                TRAINING SOURCES:
                                                                                C-STARS
      RT.F-RSVP-4H0X1-CARE IN THE                                               EVERYDAY WORK EXPERIENCE
439   AIR                           CARE AT ALTITUDE 1a.          26299         VALIDATED BY

                                                                                WOUND CARE:
                                                                                USING ASEPTIC TECHNIQUES,
                                                                                PERFORMS WOUND CARE, BURN
                                                                                CARE, AND DEBRIDEMENT.
                                                                                REMOVES AND APPLIES STERILE
                                                                                DRESSING.
                                                                                DOCUMENTS PATIENT STATUS
                                                                                AND CARE

                                                                                TRAINING SOURCES:
                                                                                INSERVICES
                                                                                EVERYDAY WORK EXPERIENCES
440   RT.F-RSVP-4J0X2-WOUND CARE    PATIENT CARE 1a.              26299         VALIDATED

                                                                                PERFORMS/DOCUMENTS
                                                                                MUSCLE STRENGTH AND GIRTH:
                                                                                DOCUMENTS MUSCLE
                                                                                STRENGTH AND GIRTH USING
                                                                                BASIC TECHNIQUES

                                                                                TRAINING SOURCES:
      RT.F-RSVP-4J0X2-                                                          INSERVICES
      PERFORMS/DOCUMENTS                                                        EVERYDAY WORK EXPERIENCES
441   MUSCLE STRENGTH AND GIRTH     PATIENT CARE 1b.              26299         VALIDATED BY
                                   b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                           COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                        DESCRIPTION               DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                              RECORDS AND MONITORS VITAL
                                                                              SIGNS:
                                                                              RECORDS AND MONITORS VITAL
                                                                              SIGNS

                                                                              TRAINING SOURCES:
                                                                              INSERVICES
      RT.F-RSVP-4J0X2-RECORDS AND                                             EVERYDAY WORK EXPERIENCES
442   MONITORS VITAL SIGNS        PATIENT CARE 1c.               26299        VALIDATED BY
                                 b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                         COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                       DESCRIPTION               DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                             PROVIDES MEDICAL
                                                                             INTELLIGENCE INFORMATION:
                                                                             1. COLLECTS INFORMATION AND
                                                                             DETERMINES RISK TO HUMAN
                                                                             HEALTH ON ENDEMIC DISEASES
                                                                             AND ILLINESS, HAZARDOUS
                                                                             PLANTS AND ANIMALS, NUISANCE
                                                                             PESTS, INJURIES,
                                                                             OCCUPATIONAL AND
                                                                             ENVIROMENTAL HAZARDS,
                                                                             CLIMATIC EXTREMES,
                                                                             TOPOGRAPHY OF OF AREA,
                                                                             LOCAL MEDICAL CAPABILITIES
                                                                             AND OTHER FACTORS WHICH
                                                                             COULD DEGRADE HUMAN
                                                                             PREFORMANCE.
                                                                             2. PROVIDES INPUT ON
                                                                             DETERMINING PROPOSED
                                                                             DEPLOYMENT SITES ( INCLUDES
                                                                             EVALUATIONOF ENVIROMENTAL
                                                                             CONDITIONS, SIZE AND MISSIONS
                                                                             OF BASE PERSONNEL AND
                                                                             CAPABILITY OF MEDICAL UNIT).
                                                                             3. BRIEFS COMMANDERS AND
                                                                             PERSONNEL ON GENERAL
                                                                             MEDICAL INTELLIGENCE
                                                                             CONSIDERATIONS AND
                                                                             COUNTERMEASURES THAT
                                                                             COULD AFFECT THE
                                                                             OPERATIONS (DISEASES,
      RT.F-RSVP-4E0X1-PROVIDES                                               CLIMATE, AND TOPOGRAPHY OF
      MEDICAL INTELLIGENCE       FORCE HEALTH MANAGEMENT                     THE AREA AND NBC THREAT, TO
443   INFORMATION                1a.                             26299       INCLUDE TOXIC INDUSTRIAL
                                    b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                            COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                         DESCRIPTION               DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR

                                                                               ASSESSES AND ASSISTS
                                                                               PATIENT TRANSFER:
                                                                               ASSESSES PATIENT ABILITY FOR
                                                                               SELF-CARE TRANSFER, AND
                                                                               OBSERVES PATIENT'S
                                                                               FUNCTIONAL LEVEL.
                                                                               OBSERVES AND SUPERVISES
                                                                               SAFE TRANSFERS TO/FROM BED,
                                                                               GURNEY, OR WHEELCHAIR.
                                                                               DOCUMENTS PATIENT STATUS.

                                                                               TRAINING SOURCES:
                                                                               INSERVICES
      RT.F-RSVP-4J0X2-ASSESSES AND                                             EVERYDAY WORK EXPERIENCES
444   ASSISTS PATIENT TRANSFER     PATIENT CARE 1d.               26299        VALIDATED BY

                                                                               PROVIDES HEARING
                                                                               CONSERVATION:
                                                                               1. SELECTS, FITS, AND ISSUES
                                                                               HEARING PROTECTION DEVICES
                                                                               TO INSTALLATION PERSONNEL.
                                                                               2. ESTABLISHES ADEQUATE
                                                                               STOCK LEVELS FOR HEARING
                                                                               PROTECTION DEVICES WITH
                                                                               MEDICAL SUPPLY.

                                                                               TRAINING SOURCE
      RT.F-RSVP-4E0X1-PROVIDES                                                 HTTP://WWWSAM.BROOKS.AF.MI
445   HEARING CONSERVATION         FORCE HEALTH MANAGEMENT        26299        L/WEB/INDEX.HTML
                                     b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                             COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                           DESCRIPTION              DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR

                                                                                FITS/ASSISTS PATIENT IN USE OF
                                                                                ORTHOPEDIC APPLIANCE:
                                                                                FITS AND ASSISTS PATIENT IN
                                                                                USE OF ORTHOPEDIC
                                                                                APPLIANCE(I.E. ANKLE BRACES)

                                                                                TRAINING SOURCES:
                                                                                INSERVICES
      RT.F-RSVP-4J0X2-FITS/ ASSISTS                                             EVERYDAY WORK EXPERIENCE
446   PATIENT IN USE OF ORTHOPEDIC PATIENT CARE 1e.                26299        VALIDATED BY
                                                                                APPLIES TAPE FOR
                                                                                SUPPORT/COMPRESSION:
                                                                                APPLIES TAPE FOR SUPPORT OR
                                                                                COMPRESSION.
                                                                                IDENTIFIES AND USES PROPER
                                                                                TAPE AND TECHNIQUE
                                                                                DEPENDING ON PATIENT'S
                                                                                CONDITION.
                                                                                FACILITATES RAPID RETURN TO
                                                                                DUTY.

                                                                                TRAINING SOURCES:
                                                                                INSERVICES
                                                                                EVERYDAY WORK EXPERIENCES
                                                                                VALIDATED BY
      RT.F-RSVP-4J0X2-APPLIES TAPE
447   FOR SUPPORT/COMPRESSION        PATIENT CARE 1f.              26299
                                                                                FITS, MEASURES AND/OR
                                                                                CONSTRUCTS SPLINTS FOR
                                                                                FUNCTIONAL POSITIONING:

                                                                                TRAINING SOURCES:
      RT.F-RSVP-4J0X2-FITS,                                                     INSERVICES
      MEASURES AND/OR                                                           EVERYDAY WORK EXPERIENCE
448   CONSTRUCTS SPLINTS             PATIENT CARE 1g.              26299        VALIDATED BY
                                b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                        COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                      DESCRIPTION              DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                           PROVIDE INPATIENT CARE:
                                                                           PROVIDES PHYSICAL THERAPY
                                                                           INTERVENTION TO ACUTELY
                                                                           INJURED INPATIENTS AS
                                                                           DIRECTED BY THE PHYSICAL
                                                                           THERAPIST.
                                                                           SPECIAL PROCEDURES INCLUDE
                                                                           AMPUTEE RESIDUAL LIMB CARE,
                                                                           SPLINTING TO PREVENT
                                                                           CONTRACTURES, AND
                                                                           RESPIRATORY PHYSICAL
                                                                           THERAPY.

                                                                            TRAINING SOURCES:
                                                                            INSERVICES
      RT.F-RSVP-4J0X2-PROVIDE                                               EVERYDAY WORK EXPERIENCES
449   INPATIENT CARE            PATIENT CARE 1h.              26299         VALIDATED BY
                                  b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                          COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                        DESCRIPTION                 DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR

                                                                                ISSUE AND STORE LIFE SUPPORT
                                                                                EQUIPMENT:
                                                                                PROVIDES STORAGE FOR
                                                                                SURVIVAL KITS AND
                                                                                PARACHUTES.
                                                                                PROVIDES TRACKING OF
                                                                                DEPLOYED EQUIPMENT AND
                                                                                PROVIDES TRACKING FOR
                                                                                EQUIPMENT RETURNED TO
                                                                                FACTORY.
                                                                                PROVIDES 60,120 AND 240
                                                                                DAYPERIODIC INSPECTIONS AND
                                                                                REPACKS FOR U2-CT, U-2R AND
                                                                                TR-1 SURVIVAL KITS TO INCLUDE
                                                                                INSPECTION AND INSTALLATION
                                                                                OF PYROTECHNICS, LIFE RAFTS,
                                                                                SURVIVAL RADIOS AND
                                                                                PERSONNEL LOCATOR
                                                                                BEACONS.
                                                                                PROVIDES 30 DAY INSPECTIONS
                                                                                FOR U2-CT, U2R AND TR-1
                                                                                PARACHUTES.

                                                                                TRAINING SOURCES:
                                                                                INSERVICES
      RT.F-RSVP-4M0X1-ISSUE AND                                                 EVERYDAY WORK EXPERIENCE
      STORE LIFE SUPPORT          PHYSIOLOGICAL SUPPORT OPS                     VALIDATED BY
450   EQUIPMENT                   1a.                              26299
                                  b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                          COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                        DESCRIPTION              DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                             ENSURES FOOD AND WATER
                                                                             SAFETY AND SECURTIY
                                                                             PREVENTS FOOD BORNE
                                                                             ILLNESS.
                                                                             1. ENSURES FOOD SAETY UPON
                                                                             RECIEPT FOR WHOLESOMENESS
                                                                             AND COORDINATES INSPECTION
                                                                             ACTIVITY WITH APPROPRIATE
                                                                             CONTRACTING AND RECIEVING
                                                                             PERSONNEL AS NECESSARY .
                                                                             2. ENSURES FOODS ARE
                                                                             EVALUATED PERIODICALLY IN
                                                                             STORAGE TO KEEP THEM
                                                                             WHOLESOME AND USABLE.
                                                                             3. MEDICALLY EVALUATES BOTH
                                                                             ON-BASE FOOD FACILITIES AND
                                                                             OFF-BASE POTENTIAL LOCAL
                                                                             SUPPLIES OF FOOD FOR FOOD
                                                                             PREPARATIONPRACTIES,
                                                                             PERSONNEL HYGIENE, FACILITY
                                                                             AND VECHILE SANITATION, AND
                                                                             TO ENSURE FOODS
                                                                             AREPROTECTED FROM DAMAGE,
                                                                             CONTAMATION AND
                                                                             INFESTATION. COLLECT AND
                                                                             SUBMITS SAMPLES TO
                                                                             APPROPRIATE LABORATORY OF
                                                                             ANY STORED PRODUCT PESTS
                                                                             IDENTIFIED DURING
                                                                             EVALUATIONS.
      RT.F-RSVP-4E0X1-ENSURES                                                5. EVALUATES AIRCRAFT FOOD
      FOOD AND WATER SAFETY AND   COMUNITY HEALTH                            OPERATIONS TO ENSURE
451   SECURTIY                    MANAGEMENT 1a.                 26299       PROPER FOOD SAFETY
                                 b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                         COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                       DESCRIPTION              DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                            CONDUCTS FOOD
                                                                            VULNERABILITY ASSEMENT:
                                                                            CONDUCTS FOOD
                                                                            VULNERABILITY STUDIES AND
                                                                            RECOMMENDS CONTROL
                                                                            MEARSURES ( WORKS WITH
                                                                            FOOD ACTIVITIES,
                                                                            CONTRACTING, FORCE
                                                                            PROTECTION, AND OSI FOR
                                                                            DEPLOYMENT SITES AND FIXED
                                                                            INSTALLATIONS OVERSEAS).

      RT.F-RSVP-4E0X1-CONDUCTS                                               TRAINING SOURCE
      FOOD VULNERABILTY          COMMUNITY HEALTH                            HTTP://WWWSAM.BROOKS.AF.MI
452   ASSESSMENT                 MANAGEMENT 1b.                26299         L/WEB/INDEX.HTML
                                b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                        COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                      DESCRIPTION                 DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR

                                                                              PERFORM OXYGEN EQUIPMENT
                                                                              TIME COMPLIANCE INSPECTION:
                                                                              PROVIDES PERIODIC
                                                                              INSPECTIONS, TESTS AND
                                                                              MAINTENANCE ON DUAL HELMET,
                                                                              DUAL OXYGEN REGULATORS,
                                                                              PRESSURE SUIT CONTROLLERS,
                                                                              AIRCRAFT VENT HOSES, LOW
                                                                              FLIGHT REGULATORS, AND
                                                                              AIRCREW
                                                                              BREATHING/VENTILATION
                                                                              HOSES.
                                                                              PROVIDES PERIODIC
                                                                              CALIBRATION FOR ALL
                                                                              PRESSURE SUIT TEST
                                                                              EQUIPMENT AND PROVIDES
                                                                              PERIODIC CALIBRATION FOR ALL
                                                                              OXYGEN EQUIPMENT TESTERS,
                                                                              TO INCLUDE VENTILATORS AND
                                                                              MEDICAL MONITORING
                                                                              EQUIPMENT.

                                                                              TRAINING SOURCES:
      RT.F-RSVP-4M0X1-PERFORM                                                 INSERVICES
      OXYGEN EQUIP TIME         PHYSIOLOGICAL SUPPORT OPS                     EVERYDAY WORK EXPERIENCE
453   COMPLIANCE INSPECTION     1b.                              26299        VALIDATED BY
                                b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                        COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                      DESCRIPTION                 DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR

                                                                              PROVIDE PRE/POST FLIGHY
                                                                              EQUIPMENT INSPECTION:
                                                                              CONDUCTS
                                                                              PREFLIGHT/POSYFLIGHY
                                                                              SURVIVAL KIT AND PARACHUTE
                                                                              ASSEMBLY INSPECTIONS TO
                                                                              INCLUDE THE AIRCRAFT VENT
                                                                              HOSE, T-BLOCK ASSEMBLY AND
                                                                              FLIGHT ELECTRICAL TEST
                                                                              COMMUNICATION CORD
                                                                              ADSSEMBLY.
                                                                              INTERGRATES SURVIVAL KIT,
                                                                              PARACHUTE, VENT HOSE AND
                                                                              COMMUNICATION CORD INTO
                                                                              AIRCRAFT COCKPIT UPON LOAD
                                                                              REQUIREMENT.
                                                                              REMOVES REQUIRED
                                                                              EQUIPMENT UPON COMPLETION
                                                                              OF AIRCRAFT MISSION.

                                                                              TRAINING SOURCES:
      RT.F-RSVP-4M0X1-PROVIDE                                                 INSERVICES
      PRE/POST FLIGHT EQUIP     PHYSIOLOGICAL SUPPORT OPS                     EVERYDAY WORK EXPERIENCE
454   INSPECTION                1c.                              26299        VALIDATED BY
                                  b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                          COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                       DESCRIPTION               DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                             EPIDEMIOLOGY AND
                                                                             COMMUNICABLE DISEASE
                                                                             CONTROL:
                                                                             1. PERFORMS SURVEILLANCE (
                                                                             MONITORS AND INVESTIGATES
                                                                             INCIDENTS OF ILLNESS OR
                                                                             INJURY ENCOUNTERED
                                                                             PREDEPLOYMENT, UTILIZING
                                                                             AVAILABLE DISEASE AND NON-
                                                                             BATTLE INJURY SURVEILLANCE
                                                                             SYSTEMS).
                                                                             2. PERFORMS APPROPRIATE
                                                                             INVESTIGATIONS (CONDUCTS
                                                                             PERSONAL INTERVIEWS AND
                                                                             PERFORMS EPIDEMIOLOGICAL
                                                                             INVESTIGATION FOR PERSONNEL
                                                                             SUSPECTED O EXPOSURE TO
                                                                             COMMUNICABLE DISEASE).
                                                                             3. REPORTS FINDINGS AND
                                                                             RECOMMENDS CONTROL
                                                                             MEASURES. ( PROVIDES
                                                                             WRITTEN AND ORAL BRIEFING
                                                                             ON PATIENT ILLNESS AND INJURY
                                                                             TRENDS TO COMMANDERS,
                                                                             HEALTH CARE PROVIDERS, AND
                                                                             DEPLOYED PERSONNEL ).
                                                                             4. COORDINATES PREVENTION
                                                                             ACTIVITIES (COORDINATES WITH
                                                                             PHAARMACY, IMMUNIZATION
                                                                             PERSONNEL, SUPPLY ABOUT
      RT.F-RSVP-4E0X1-EPIDEMIOLOGY                                           AVAILABILITY OF NECESSARY
      AND COMMUNICABLE DISEASE     COMMUNITY HEALTH                          PREVENTIVE MEDICATION
455   CONTROL                      MANAGEMENT 1c.                26299       DURING DISEASE OUTBREAKS).
                                b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                        COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                      DESCRIPTION                 DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                              PROVIDE PRESSURE SUIT
                                                                              PREFLIGHT DON & INTEGRATION:
                                                                              PERFORMS PREFLIGHT
                                                                              INSPECTION OF PRESSURE SUIT
                                                                              ASSEMBLY HELMET, TORSO
                                                                              RETAINER, AND BOOTS.
                                                                              CONDUCTS A PREFLIGHT
                                                                              PHYSICAL FOR PILOTS PRIOR TO
                                                                              SCHEDULED FLIGHT TO INCLUDE
                                                                              CHECKING BLOOD PRESSURE
                                                                              AND TEMPERATURE.
                                                                              ASSISTS PILOT IN DONNING OF
                                                                              THE SUIT, HELMET, TORSO
                                                                              RETAINER, AND BOOTS.
                                                                              COMPLETES ALL INTEGRATED
                                                                              TESTS AND PROVIDES PILOT
                                                                              WITH TRANSPORTATION IN
                                                                              VEHICLE TO AIRCRAFT IN
                                                                              PRESSURE SUIT ASSEMBLY
                                                                              ENSURING TEST AND OXYGEN
                                                                              EQUIPMENT ARE ON BOARD TO
                                                                              CONTINUE PREBREATH
                                                                              REQUIREMENT.
                                                                              PRIOR TO INTEGRATING PILOT
                                                                              INTO COCKPIT PERFORMS
                                                                              OXYGEN PRESSURE FLOW
                                                                              TESTS ON SURVIVAL KIT
                                                                              INSTALLED IN AIRCRAFT
                                                                              COCKPIT.
                                                                              INTERGRATES PILOT INTO
                                                                              AIRCRAFT LIFE SUPPORT
      RT.F-RSVP-4M0X1-PROVIDE   PHYSIOLOGICAL SUPPORT OPS                     SYSTEMS.
456   PRESSURE SUIT PREFLIGHT   1d.                               26299       ATTACHES SURVIVAL KIT,
                                  b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                          COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                        DESCRIPTION              DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                             EVALUATES FACILITIES:
                                                                             OBSERVES, EVALUATES AND
                                                                             MAKES HYGIENE AND
                                                                             SANITATION
                                                                             RECOMMENDATIONS IN
                                                                             QUATERS, WORK AREA,
                                                                             SHOWERS/LATRINE FACILITIES,
                                                                             WASTE DISPOSAL, AND ANY
                                                                             OTHER LOCATIONS/ACTIVITIES
                                                                             NOT INCLUDED UNDER FOOD
                                                                             SAFETY.

                                                                              TRAINING SOURCE
      RT.F-RSVP-4E0X1-EVALUATES   COMMUNITY HEALTH                            HTTP://WWWSAM.BROOKS.AF.MI
457   FACILITIES                  MANAGEMENT 1d.                26299         L/WEB/INDEX.HTML
                                 b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                         COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                       DESCRIPTION                 DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                               MAINTAIN SPECIALIZED
                                                                               EQUIPMENT:
                                                                               PROVIDES ASSEMBLY AND
                                                                               TESTING OF EXHALATION
                                                                               VALVES.
                                                                               PROVIDES PERIODIC INSPECTION
                                                                               OF SURVIVAL KIT OXYGEN
                                                                               SYSTEMS AND
                                                                               REFILLING/TOPPING OFF OF
                                                                               SURVIVAL KIT OXYGEN STORAGE
                                                                               BOTTLES.
                                                                               PERFORMS PERIODIC
                                                                               INSPECTION/MAINTENANCE ON
                                                                               LIQUID OXYGEN VENTILATORS
                                                                               TO INCLUDE PROVIDING
                                                                               BENTILATORS REQUIRED FOR
                                                                               PILOTS DURING LAUNCH
                                                                               SCHEDULE AND FILLS
                                                                               VENTILATORS FOLLOWING
                                                                               ESTABLISHED DIRECTIVES.
                                                                               PERFORMS MAINTENANCE ON
                                                                               PRESSURE SUIT HELMET ANTI-
                                                                               SUFFOCATION VALVE AND VENT
                                                                               CHAIR UNITS.

                                                                                TRAINING SOURCES:
                                                                                INSERVICES
      RT.F-RSVP-4M0X1-MAINTAIN   PHYSIOLOGICAL SUPPORT OPS                      EVERYDAY WORK EXPERIENCE
458   SPECIALIZED EQUIPMENT      1e.                              26299         VALIDATED BY
                                  b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                          COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                        DESCRIPTION                 DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                                PERFORMS PRESSURE SUIT
                                                                                DEPOT LEVEL MAINTENANCE:
                                                                                PROVIDES ALL SEWING,
                                                                                CEMENTING, PATCHING,
                                                                                BLADDER REPLACEMENTS,
                                                                                BOOTIE REPAIRS AND
                                                                                REPLACEMENTS AND ALL
                                                                                CLOSURE MAINTENANCE ON
                                                                                PRESSURE SUITS.
                                                                                PROVIDES FACE SEAL CHANGES
                                                                                AND OXYGEN PLUMBING
                                                                                MAINTENANCE TO INCLUDE
                                                                                REPLACEMENT OR REPAIR OF
                                                                                PRESSURE SUIT GAS CONTAINER
                                                                                ASSEMBLY,.
                                                                                PROVIDES REPAIR OF LINK NET
                                                                                MATERIAL.
                                                                                PROVIDES THERMAL GARMENT
                                                                                REPAIR AND TESTING.
                                                                                PROVIDES RELIEF VALVE
                                                                                REPLACEMENT AND PROVIDES
                                                                                OUTER COVER REPAIR.

                                                                                TRAINING SOURCE:
      RT.F-RSVP-4M0X1-PERFORM                                                   INSERVICES
      PRESSURE SUIT DEPOT LEVEL   PHYSIOLOGICAL SUPPORT OPS                     EVERYDAY WORK EXPERIENCE
459   MAINTENANCE                 1f.                              26299        VALIDATED BY
                                    b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                            COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                          DESCRIPTION                 DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR

                                                                                  FITS, ISSUES, AND STORES
                                                                                  PRESSURE SUIT:
                                                                                  PROVIDES PILOT SIZING FOR
                                                                                  PROPER PRESSURE SUIT FIT.
                                                                                  PROVIDES PILOT WITH ISSUE OF
                                                                                  PROPERLY FIT PRESSURE SUIT
                                                                                  AND HELMET.
                                                                                  PROVIDES STORAGE OF SPACE
                                                                                  PRESSURE SUITS AND HELMETS.
                                                                                  PROVIDES PRESSURE SUIT
                                                                                  PACKING FOR PILOT
                                                                                  DEPLOYMENTS.

                                                                                  TRAINING SOURCES:
                                                                                  INSERVICES
      RT.F-RSVP-4M0X1-FITS ISSUES   PHYSIOLOGICAL SUPPORT OPS                     EVERYDAY WORK EXPERIENCE
460   AND STORES PRESSURE SUIT      1g.                              26299        VALIDATED BY

                                                                                  PERFORMS PRESSURE SUIT TIME
                                                                                  COMPLIANCE INSPECTION:
                                                                                  PROVIDES PERIODIC INSPECTION
                                                                                  ON PRESSURE SUITS AND
                                                                                  HELMETS.
                                                                                  PROVIDES OVERHAUL
                                                                                  INSPECTIONS AND
                                                                                  MAINTENANCE ON PRESSURE
                                                                                  SUITS AND HELMETS.

                                                                                  TRAINING SOURCES:
      RT.F-RSVP-4M0X1-PERFORMS                                                    INSERVICES
      PRESSURE SUIT TIME            PHYSIOLOGICAL SUPPORT OPS                     EVERYDAY WORK EXPERIENCE
461   COMPLIANCE                    1h.                              26299        VALIDATED BY
                                 b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                         COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                       DESCRIPTION                 DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR

                                                                               PERFORMS OXYGEN EQUIPMENT
                                                                               DEPOT LEVEL MAINTENANCE:
                                                                               PROVIDES OVERHAUL
                                                                               INSPECTIONS ADN
                                                                               MAINTENANCE ON HELMET DUAL
                                                                               OXYGEN REGULATORS,
                                                                               PRESSURE SUIT CONTROLLERS
                                                                               AND LOW FLIGT REGULATOR
                                                                               AND PROVIDES TCTO
                                                                               MODIFICATIONS ON ALL OXYGEN
                                                                               EQUIPMENT.

                                                                               TRAINING SOURCES:
      RT.F-RSVP-4M0X1-PERFORMS                                                 INSERVICES
      OXYGEN EQUIPMENT DEPOT     PHYSIOLOGICAL SUPPORT OPS                     EVERYDAY WORK EXPERIENCES
462   MAINTENANCE                1i.                              26299        VALIDATED BY
                                 b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                         COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                       DESCRIPTION              DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                            CONDUCTS MEDICAL
                                                                            ENTOMOLOGY PROGRAM
                                                                            (SURVEILLANCE, RISK
                                                                            ASSESSMENT AND
                                                                            RECOMMENDATIONS):
                                                                            1. CONDUCTS VECTOR-BORNE
                                                                            DISEASE SURVEILLANCE
                                                                            (COLLECTS SURVEILLANCE
                                                                            INFORMATION ON VECTOR
                                                                            POPULATIONS OR CONDUCTS
                                                                            NECESSARY SURVEILLANCE TO
                                                                            IDENTIFY VECTORS DEVELOPED
                                                                            SITE).
                                                                            2. IDENTIFY VECTORS AND
                                                                            DETERMINE PUBLIC HEALTH
                                                                            SIGNIFICANCE OF DAMAGE OR
                                                                            INFESTATION.
                                                                            3. CORRECTLY PACKAGES AND
                                                                            SHIPS NECESSARY SAMPLES TO
                                                                            APPROPRIATE ENTOMOLOGY
                                                                            LABORATORY.
                                                                            4. WORKS CLOSELY WITH BASE
                                                                            CIVIL ENGINEERING ( BCE)
                                                                            PERSONNEL AND LOCAL
                                                                            AUTHORITIES TO PRODUCE AAN
                                                                            EFECTIVE PESTMANAGEMENT
                                                                            PROGRAM DURING
                                                                            DEPLOYMENTS (PROVIDES
                                                                            INFORMATION ON THE IDENTITY,
                                                                            SIZE, LOCATION AND TREAT OF
      RT.F-RSVP-4E0X1-CONDUCTS                                              THE TARGET VECTOR AND PEST
      MEDICAL ENTOMOLOGY         COMMUNITY HEALTH                           POPULATION).
463   PROGRAM                    MANAGEMENT 1e.                 26299       5. PERFORMS HEALTH RISK
                                   b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                           COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                        DESCRIPTION                   DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR


                                                                                  PROCESSING SUPPLIES:
                                                                                  CLEANS AND DECONTAMINATES
                                                                                  ITEMSFOR STERILIZATION.
                                                                                  ASSEMBLES CLEANED ITEMS
                                                                                  FOR STERILIZATION.
                                                                                  PACKAGE PATIENT CARE ITEMS
                                                                                  FOR STERILIZATION.
                                                                                  LOAD AND UNLOAD STEAM
                                                                                  STERILIZER. (REFERENCE CFETP
                                                                                  6.3,6.6 USE QTP 02, MODULE 1&2.)
                                                                                  TRAINING SOURCES:
                                                                                  EMEDS
                                                                                  MURT
                                                                                  C-STARS
                                                                                  TOPSTAR
      RT.F-RSVP-4N1X1B-PROCESSING                                                 EVERYDAY WORK EXPERIENCE
464   SUPPLIES                    CENTRAL STERILE SUPPLY 1a.         26299        VALIDATED BY

                                                                                  HUMANITARIAN ORGANIZATIONS
                                                                                  AND AGENCIES: UNDERSTANDS
                                                                                  AVAILABLE GO, NGO, OTHER
                                                                                  CIVIL AGENCIES AND HOW THEY
                                                                                  INTERACT WITH THE US
                                                                                  MILITARY DURING
                                                                                  HUMANITARIAN OPERATIONS.

                                                                                  TRAINING SOURCE
                                                                                  HTTP://WWWSAM.BROOKS.AF.MI
      RT.F-RSVP-4E0X1-HUMANITARIAN HUMANITARIAN ORGANIZATIONS                     L/WEB/INDEX.HTMLCONDUCTS
465   ORGANIZATIONS AND AGENCIES AND AGENGIES 1a.                    26299        MEDICAL
                                 b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                         COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                       DESCRIPTION              DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                            ASSISTS WITH INTRA-OPERATIVE
                                                                            PROCEDURES:
                                                                            ASSISTS WITH COUNTS OF
                                                                            SPONGES, DRAINS, AND OTHER
                                                                            ACCOUNTABLE ITEMS.
                                                                            PERFORMS CLEANSING SKIN
                                                                            PREPS.
                                                                            ASSISTS WITH POSITIONING
                                                                            PATIENTS.
                                                                            ASSISTS STERILE TEAM
                                                                            MEMBERS WITH DONNING
                                                                            SURGICAL GOWNS.
                                                                            PREPARES SPECIMENS TO
                                                                            FORWARD TO
                                                                            LABORATORY.(REFERENCE
                                                                            CFETP 13.1,13.3,13.4,13.7,13.10.
                                                                            USE QTP 04 MODULES 1,2,3,& 4
                                                                            AN QTP 03)

                                                                               TRAINING SOURCES:
                                                                               C-STARS
      RT.F-RSVP-4N1X1B-ASSISTS                                                 TOPSTAR
      WITH INTRA-OPERATIVE       DUTIES OF CIRCULATING                         EVERYDAY WORK EXPERIENCE
467   PROCEDURES                 PERSONNEL 1a.                  26299          VALIDATED BY SUPERVISOR
                                   b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                           COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                         DESCRIPTION              DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                              PROVIDES CONSULTATION ON
                                                                              NBC EXPOSURE TO FOOD AND
                                                                              WATER: ADVISES MEDICAL AND
                                                                              LINE COMMANDERS AND
                                                                              PERSONNEL ON HEALTH
                                                                              EFFECTS OF NBC/WMD
                                                                              WARFARE AGENTS AND
                                                                              EXPOSURE TO FOOD AND
                                                                              WATER SUPPLIES AND ADVISES
                                                                              LEADERSHIP ON PROPER
                                                                              DECONTAMINATION
                                                                              PROCEDURES.

                                                                              TRAINING SOURCE
      RT.F-RSVP-4E0X1-PROVIDES                                                HTTP://WWWSAM.BROOKS.AF.MI
      CONSULTATION ON NBC                                                     L/WEB/INDEX.HTMLCONDUCTS
468   EXPOSURE TO FOOD             NBC/WMD 1b.                   26299        MEDICAL
                                                                              ACCIDENT REPORTING: REF:
                                                                              CFETP AUG 02, 4.4.2

                                                                              TRAINING SOURCE
      RT.F-RSVP-4P0X1-ACCIDENT                                                PHARMACY ADMINISTRATION
469   REPORTING                    ADMINISTRATION 1a.            26299        LESON PLANS
                                                                              ESTABLISH, MAINTAINS AND
                                                                              REFERENCE LIBRARY: REF:
                                                                              CFETP AUG 02, 7.4.1

      RT.F-RSVP-4P0X1-ESTABLISH,                                              TRAINING SOURCE
      MAINTAINS AND REFERENCE                                                 PHARMACY ADMINISTRATION
470   LIBRARY                      ADMINISTRATION 1b.            26299        LESON PLANS
                                                                              MAINTAINS FORMS AND FILES :
                                                                              REF: CFETP AUG 02, 7.1

                                                                              TRAINING SOURCE
      RT.F-RSVP-4P0X1-MAINTAIN                                                PHARMACY ADMINISTRATION
471   FORMS AND FILES              ADMINISTRATION 1c             26299        LESON PLANS
                                  b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                          COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                        DESCRIPTION              DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR

                                                                             SET-UP AND SAFE OPERATION
                                                                             OF EQUIPMENT:
                                                                             ENSURES ELECTROSURGICAL
                                                                             DEVICES, PORTABLE SUCTION
                                                                             UNITS, SURGICAL LIGHTS, AND
                                                                             OPERATING TABLES ARE IN
                                                                             GOOD WORKING CONDITION AND
                                                                             OPERATES ACCORDING TO
                                                                             SPECIFICATIONS.
                                                                             USES FLASH AUTOCLAVE TO
                                                                             STERILIZE EXTRA INSTRUMENTS.
                                                                             (REFERENCE CFETP 11, USE QTP
                                                                             05 MODULE 1.

                                                                             TRAINING RESOURCE:
                                                                             EMEDS
                                                                             MURT
                                                                             C-STARS
                                                                             INSERVICE
      RT.F-RSVP-4N1X1B-SET-UP &                                              TOPSTSAR
      SAFE OPERATION OF           DUTIES OF CIRCULATING                      EVERYDAY WORK EXPERIENCE
472   EQUIPMENT                   PERSONNEL 1b.                 26299        VALIDATED BY SUPERVISOR
                                 b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                         COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                       DESCRIPTION                 DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                               PERFORMS SCRUB TECHNICIAN:
                                                                               -PERFORMS SURGICAL SCRUB
                                                                               OF HANDS AND ARMS.
                                                                               -GOWNS AND GLOVES SELF AND
                                                                               SURGICAL TEAM MEMBERS.
                                                                               -ESTABLISHES AND MAINTAINS
                                                                               STERILE FIELD.
                                                                               -PERFORMS COUNTS WITH
                                                                               CIRCULATOR.
                                                                               -SUPPLIES SURGEON WITH
                                                                               NECESSARY ITEMS DURING
                                                                               SURGICAL PROCEDURE.
                                                                               -PREPARES
                                                                               SPECIMEN/CULTURES ON THE
                                                                               STERILE FIELD FOR TRANSPORT
                                                                               TO

                                                                                HISTOPATHOLOGY/LABORATORY
                                                                                .
                                                                                -RETURNS USED INSTRUMENTS
                                                                                AND SUPPLIES TO CENTRAL
                                                                                STERILE SUPPLY FOR CLEANING
                                                                                  AND REPROCESSING.
                                                                                (REFERENCE CFETP 5,12, 12.6,
                                                                                14.1, USE QTP 01 MODULE 1, QTP
                                                                                04
                                                                                  MODULES 1-4.

                                                                                TRAINING SOURCES:
                                                                                EMEDS
                                                                                MURT
      RT.F-RSVP-4N1X1-PERFORMS   DUTIES OF SCRUB PERSONNEL                      C-STARS
473   SCRUB TECHNICIAN DUTIES    1a.                              26299         TOPSTAR
                                   b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                           COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                         DESCRIPTION                 DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                                 PERFORM SUPPLY AND
                                                                                 INVENTORY CONTROL: : REF:
                                                                                 CFETP AUG 02, 8.1, 8.2, 8.3, 8.4,
                                                                                 8.5, 8.6, 8.7, 8.8

                                                                                     TRAINING SOURCE
      RT.F-RSVP-4P0X1-SUPPLY AND                                                     PHARMACY ADMINISTRATION
475   INVENTORY CONTROL            SUPPLY AND INVENTORY              26299           LESON PLANS
                                                                                     PERFORM SUPPLY AND
                                                                                     INVENTORY CONTROL: REF:
                                                                                     CFETP AUG 02, 9.2.1, 9.2.2

      RT.F-RSVP-4P0X1-PERFORMS                                                       TRAINING SOURCE
      PHARMACY SYSTEMS                                                               PHARMACY ADMINISTRATION
483   CONTINGENCY OPERATION        ADMINISTRATION 1d.                26299           LESON PLANS
                                                                                     PERFORM PHARMACUETICAL
                                                                                     CALCULATIONS: REF: CFETP AUG
                                                                                     02, 10.1-10.3

      RT.F-RSVP-4P0X1-PERFOM                                                         TRAINING SOURCE
      PHARMACUETICAL                                                                 PHARMACACEUTICAL
484   CALCULATIONS                 PHARMACY CALCULATIONS 1a.         26299           CALCULATIONS

                                                                                     PERFORM INPATIENT PHARMACY
                                                                                     FUNCTIONS: REF: CFETP AUG 02,
                                                                                     12.2.2-12.2.7, 13.2.7
      RT.F-RSVP-4P0X1-PERFOM
      INPATIENT PHARMACY                                                             TRAINING SOURCE
485   FUNCTIONS                    INPATIENT SERVICES 1a.            26299           INPATIENT SERVICES
                                     b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                             COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                           DESCRIPTION              DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR

                                                                                INITIATES AND PERFORMS BASIC
                                                                                CPR:
                                                                                OPENS AND CLEANS AIRWAY
                                                                                AND VENTILATES USIG MOUTH
                                                                                TO MASK OR WITH A BAG VALVES
                                                                                MASK IN CONJUNCTION WITH
                                                                                CLOSED CHEST CARDIAC
                                                                                MASSAGE. (REFERENCE: CFETP
                                                                                10.1 AND 10.2 (USE AMERICFAL
                                                                                HEART ASSOCIATE STANDARDS)

      RT.F-RSVP-4N1X1B-INITIATES                                                TRAINING SOURCES:
486   AND PERFORMS BASIC CPR         SKILL SET 1a.                 26299        LOCAL TRAINING
                                                                                UNDERSTANDS DRUG
                                                                                THERAPIES UNIQUE TO FIELD
                                                                                CONDITIONS--NBC: REF: CFETP
                                                                                AUG 02, 12.2.9,15.2,15.3,15.4
      RT.F-RSVP-4P0X1-
      UNDERSTANDING DRUG                                                        TRAINING SOURCE
487   THERAPIES                      DRUG THERAPIES 1a.            26299        DRUG THERAPIES

                                                                                BASIC POST-ANTHESTHESIA
                                                                                NURSING CARE:
                                                                                TAKE AND RECORD VITAL SIGNS
                                                                                MANUALLY AND ADMINISTER
                                                                                OXYGEN. (REFERENCE CFETP 7.7
                                                                                QTP 06 MODULES 2& 3)

                                                                                TRAINING SOURCES:
                                                                                C-STARS
                                                                                TOPSTAR
      RT.F-RSVP-4N1X1B-BASIC POST-                                              EVERYDAY WORK EXPERIENCE
488   ANESTHESIA NURSING CARE        SKILL SET 1b.                 26299        VALIDATED BY SUPERVISOR
                                   b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                           COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                         DESCRIPTION              DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                              UNDERSTANDS DRUG
                                                                              THERAPIES UNIQUE TO FIELD
                                                                              CONDITIONS--AOR : REF: CFETP
                                                                              AUG 02, 15.2

      RT.F-RSVP-4P0X1-UNDERSTAND                                               TRAINING SOURCE
489   DRUG THERAPIES AOR           DRUG THERAPIES 1b.             26299        DRUG THERAPIES
                                                                               ORDERS AND MAINTAIN SUPPLY
                                                                               REQUIREMENTS:
                                                                               INVENTORIES SUPPLY ITEMS
                                                                               AND IDENTIFIES SHORTAGES.
                                                                               ORDERS SUPPLIES TO REPLACE
                                                                               DEPLETED STOCK LEVELS FROM
                                                                               LOGISTICS.
                                                                               ACCEPTS SUPPLIES FROM
                                                                               LOGISTICS AND CHECK TO
                                                                               ENSURE TYPES AND AMOUNT
                                                                               REQUESTED ARE RECEIVED.
                                                                               (REFERENCES CFETP 15.3 AND
                                                                               15.31.2)

                                                                               TRAINING SOURCES:
                                                                               TOP STAR
      RT.F-RSVP-4N1X1B-ORDERS AND                                              LOCAL IN-SERVICE TRAINING
      MAINTAIN SUPPLY                                                          EVERYDAY WORK EXPERIENCE
490   REQUIREMENTS                SUPPLY MANAGEMENT 1a.           26299        VALIDATED BY SUPERVISOR
                                                                               RADIOLOGIC SERVICE
                                                                               ADMINISTRATION: (REF: CFETP
                                                                               OCT 02, 10.a-d)

                                                                               TRAINING SOURCE
                                                                               TOPSTAR; INSERVICES;
      RT.F-RSVP-4R0X1-RADIOLOGIC   RADIOLOGIC SERVICE                          EVERYDAY WORK EXPERIENCE
491   SERVICE ADMINISTRATION       ADMINISTRATION                 26299        VALIDATED BY SUPERVISOR
                                   b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                           COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                         DESCRIPTION                  DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR

                                                                                  CLINICAL PROCEDURES:
                                                                                  PERFORMS CATHERIZATION OF
                                                                                  THE URINARY BLADDER AND
                                                                                  PERFORMS MACROURINALYSIS.
                                                                                  GIVES INTRAMUSCULASR AND
                                                                                  INTRADERMAL INJECTIONS.
                                                                                  PERFORMS AND ASSIST WITH
                                                                                  DIAGNOSTIC RADIOGRAPHIC
                                                                                  PROCEDURES. (REFERENCE:
                                                                                  CFETP 20.1.4.2, 20.1.4.1/ 20.1.4.3,
                                                                                  AND 20.1.4.5. USE QTP B 1
                                                                                  MODULES 1& 2.

                                                                                  TRAINING SOURCES:
                                                                                  C-STARS
      RT.F-RSVP-4N1X1B-CLINICAL    UROLOGY SURGICAL SPECIALTY                     EVERYDAY WORK EXPERIENCE
492   PROCEDURES                   1a.                               26299        VALIDATED BY SUPERVISOR
                                                                                  RADIOLOGIC SERVICE
                                                                                  ADMINISTRATION: (REF: CFETP
                                                                                  OCT 02, 10H)

                                                                                  TRAINING SOURCE
                                                                                  TOPSTAR; INSERVICES;
      RT.F-RSVP-4R0X1-RADIOLOGIC   RADIOLOGIC SERVICE                             EVERYDAY WORK EXPERIENCE
493   SERVICE ADMINISTRATION B     ADMINISTRATION                    26299        VALIDATED BY SUPERVISOR

                                                                                  ASSIST IN RESTORATIVE
                                                                                  DENTISTRY PROCEDURES:
                                                                                  (REFERENCE USE QTP VOLUME
                                                                                  3, MODULES 1,2,3, AND 4.

                                                                                  TRAINING SOURCES:
      RT.F-RSVP-4Y0X1-ASSIST IN                                                   INSERVICES
      RESTORATIVE DENTISTRY                                                       EVERYDAY WORK EXPERIENCE
494   PROCEDURES                   PATIENT CARE 1a.                  26299        VALIDATED BY SUPERVISOR
                                  b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                          COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                        DESCRIPTION              DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                             ASSIST IN CLINICAL ORAL
                                                                             SURGERY PROCEDURES:
                                                                             (REFERENCE: USE QTP VOLUME
                                                                             3, MODULES 7 & 4A

                                                                             TRAINING SOURCES:
      RT.F-RSVP-4Y0X1-ASSIST IN                                              INSERVICES
      CLINICAL ORAL SURGERY                                                  EVERYDAY WORK EXPERIENCE
495   PROCEDURES                  PATIENT CARE 1b.              26299        VALIDATED BY SUPERVISOR
                                                                             ASSIST IN ENDODOCTIC
                                                                             PROCEDURES:
                                                                             (REFERENCE: USE QTP VOLUME
                                                                             1, MODULE 9)

                                                                             TRAINING SOURCES:
                                                                             INSERVICES
      RT.F-RSVP-4Y0X1-ASSIST IN                                              EVERYDAY WORK EXPERIENCE
496   ENDODONTIC PROCEDURES       PATIENT CARE 1c.              26299        VALIDATED BY SUPERVISOR
                                                                             PERFORM DISINFECTANT
                                                                             PROCEDURES:
                                                                             (REFERENCE: QTP VOLUME 1,
                                                                             MODULE 2A)

                                                                             TRAINING SOURCES:
                                                                             INSERVICES
      RT.F-RSVP-4Y0X1-PERFORM                                                EVERYDAY WORK EXPERIENCE
497   DISINFECTANT PROCEDURES     INFECTION CONTROL 1a.         26299        VALIDATED BY SUPERVISOR
                                 b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                         COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                       DESCRIPTION               DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                             PERFORM STERILIZATION
                                                                             PROCEDURES/MONITORING:
                                                                             (REFERENCE USE QTP VOLUME
                                                                             1, MODULES 3, 3A, 3A1, 3A3, 3B,
                                                                             MODULE 3 C

                                                                                TRAINING SOURCES:
      RT.F-RSVP-4Y0X1-PERFORM                                                   INSERVICES
      STERILIZATION                                                             EVERYDAY WORK EXPERIENCE
498   PROCEDURES/MONITORING      INFECTION CONTROL 1b.           26299          VALIDATED BY SUPERVISOR
                                                                                PERFORMS IMAGE LIBARARY
                                                                                FUNCTIONS: ( REF: CFETP OCT
                                                                                02, 9a-9h (1) AND 9h (8)
                                                                                ADDITIONAL REFERENCE: HAUS,
                                                                                ARTHUR G. AND SUSAN M.
                                                                                JASKULSKI. THE BASIC OF FILM
                                                                                PROCESSING IN MEDICAL
                                                                                IMAGING. MEDICAL PHYSICS
                                                                                PUBLISHING, 1997.

                                                                                TRAINING SOURCE
                                                                                TOPSTAR; INSERVICES;
      RT.F-RSVP-4R0X1-PERFORMS   PERFORMS IMAGE LIBARARY                        EVERYDAY WORK EXPERIENCE
499   IMAGE LIBRARY FUNCTIONS    FUNCTIONS 1a.                   26299          VALIDATED BY SUPERVISOR
                                                                                PROCESS DIGITAL
                                                                                RADIOLOGRAPHS:
                                                                                (REFERENCE DIS WEBSITE FOR
                                                                                FIELD X-RAYS)

                                                                                TRAINING SOURCES:
                                                                                DIS
                                                                                EMEDS
      RT.F-RSVP-4Y0X1-PROCESS                                                   EVERYDAY WORK EXPERIENCE
500   DIGITAL RADIOGRAPHS        DENTAL RADIOLOGY 1a.            26299          VALIDATED BY SUPERVISOR
                                    b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                            COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                         DESCRIPTION               DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR

                                                                               MAINTAIN DTR MATERIAL,
                                                                               INSTRUMENTS, AND SUPPLY
                                                                               LEVELS:
                                                                               (REFERENCE: USE QTP VOLUME
                                                                               1, MODULES 10, 10A, AND 10B.
                                                                               QTP VOLUME 7, MODULES 2& 3.)

                                                                               TRAINING SOURCES:
      RT.F-RSVP-4Y0X1-MAINTAIN DTR                                             INSERVICES
      MATERIAL, INSTRUMENTS, AND                                               EVERYDAY WORK EXPERIENCE
501   SUPPLY                       DENTAL LOGISTICS 1a.           26299        VALIDATED BY SUPERVISOR
                                                                               STORES
                                                                               DANGEROUS/FLAMMABLE
                                                                               MATERIALS:
                                                                               (REFERENCE: USE QTP VOLUME
                                                                               7, MODULE 4)

                                                                               TRAINING MATERIALS:
                                                                               INSERVICES
      RT.F-RSVP-4Y0X1-STORES                                                   EVERYDAY WORK EXPERIENCE
      DANGEROUS/FLAMMABLE                                                      VALIDATED BY SUPERVISOR
502   MATERIALS                    DENTAL LOGISTICS 1b.           26299

                                                                               ROUTINE CLINICAL
                                                                               RADIOGRAPHY: ( REF: CFETP
                                                                               OCT 02, 11a-h) ADDITIONAL
                                                                               REFERENCE: MERRILL'S ATLAS
                                                                               OF RADIOLOGRAPHIC POSITIONS
                                                                               AND RADIOLOGIC PROCEDURES (
                                                                               VOL1, CH 4-10; VOL 2 CH 20-23 )

                                                                               TRAINING SOURCE
                                                                               TOPSTAR; INSERVICES;
      RT.F-RSVP-4R0X1-ROUTINE      ROUTINE CLINICAL                            EVERYDAY WORK EXPERIENCE
503   CLINICAL RADIOGRAPHY         RADIOGRAPHY 1a.                26299        VALIDATED BY SUPERVISOR
                                   b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                           COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                         DESCRIPTION                  DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                                  PROCESS AND MAINTAIN
                                                                                  AUTOMATED DENTAL
                                                                                  TREATMENT DATA (INCLUDING
                                                                                  DD-S WEB PROCEDURES):
                                                                                  (REFERENCE: TR: AFSCM 47-226,
                                                                                  VOLUME 1-2, USE QTP VOLUME 6,
                                                                                  MODULE 1)

                                                                                   TRAINING SOURCES:
                                                                                   INSERVICES
                                                                                   EVERYDAY WORK EXPERIENCE
      RT.F-RSVP-4Y0X1-PROCESS AND                                                  VALIDATED BY SUPERVISOR
504   MAINTAIN AUTOMATED DENTAL DENTAL DATA REPORTING 1a.             26299

                                                                                   ROUTINE CLINICAL
                                                                                   RADIOGRAPHY: ( REF: CFETP
                                                                                   OCT 02, 11a-h) ADDITIONAL
                                                                                   REFERENCE: RADIOLOGIC
                                                                                   SCIENCE FOR TECHNOLOGISTS;
                                                                                   THE BASIC OF FILM PROCESSING
                                                                                   IN MEDICAL IMAGING

                                                                                   TRAINING SOURCE
                                                                                   TOPSTAR; INSERVICES;
      RT.F-RSVP-4R0X1-ROUTINE      TECHINICAL FINDAMENTALS OF                      EVERYDAY WORK EXPERIENCE
505   CLINICAL RADIOLOGRAPHY B     RADIOLOGOY 1a.                     26299        VALIDATED BY SUPERVISOR

                                                                                   POST MORTEM FORENSIC
                                                                                   IDENTIFICATION:
                                                                                   (REFERENCE: DIS WEB SITE FOR
                                                                                   DENTAL READINESS BRIEFING)

      RT.F-RSVP-4Y0X1-POST MORTEM                                                  TRAINING SOURCES:
506   FORENSIC IDENTIFICATION     FORENSIC IDENTIFICATION 1a.         26299        DIS
                                  b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                          COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                        DESCRIPTION                 DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                                CARDIVASCULAR AND
                                                                                INTERVENTIONAL PROCEDURES (
                                                                                ONLY THOSE ACTIVELY
                                                                                WORKING IN SEI 478): ( REF:
                                                                                CFETP OCT 02, 20a (1); (3); (5);
                                                                                20b) ADDITIONAL REFERENCE : 1.
                                                                                MERRILL'S ATLAS OF
                                                                                RADIOGRAPHIC POSITIONS AND
                                                                                RADIOLOGIC PROCEDURES (VOL
                                                                                III, CH26)

                                                                                  TRAINING SOURCE
      RT.F-RSVP-4R0X1-            CARDIVASCULAR AND                               TOP STAR; INSERVICES EVERDAY
      CARDIVASCULAR AND           INTERVENTIONAL PROCEDURES                       WORK EXPERIENCE VALIDATED
507   INTERVENTIONAL PROCEDURES   1a.                               26299         BY SUPERVISOR

                                                                                  SPECIAL CLINICAL RADIOGRAPHY
                                                                                  ( REF: CFETP OCT 02, 15)

                                                                                  TRAINING SOURCE
                                  CARDIVASCULAR AND                               TOP STAR; INSERVICES EVERDAY
      RT.F-RSVP-4R0X1-SPECIAL     INTERVENTIONAL PROCEDURES                       WORK EXPERIENCE VALIDATED
508   CLINICAL RADIOGRAPHY        1b                                26299         BY SUPERVISOR
                                                                                  PERFORM NON-CONTACT
                                                                                  TONOMETRY:
                                                                                  PROPERLY PERFORM NCT
                                                                                  TESTING WITH HANDHELD NCT
                                                                                  INSTRUMENTS SUCH AS THE
                                                                                  TONOPEN OR PERKINS
                                                                                  TONOMETER.

      RT.F-RSVP-4V0X1A-PERFORM                                                    TRAINING SOURCES:
509   NON-CONTACT TONOMETRY       VISION SYSTEM TESTING 1a.         26299         AIR FORCE OPTOMETRY
                                  b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                          COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                        DESCRIPTION                 DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                                CONTRAST STUDIES OF THE
                                                                                ALIMENTARY TRACT: (REF:
                                                                                CFETP OCT 02, 15)

                                                                                TRAINING SOURCE
      RT.F-RSVP-4R0X1-CONTRAST    CARDIVASCULAR AND                             TOP STAR; INSERVICES EVERDAY
      STUDIES OF THE ALIMENTARY   INTERVENTIONAL PROCEDURES                     WORK EXPERIENCE VALIDATED
510   TRACT                       1c.                              26299        BY SUPERVISOR
                                                                                CONTRAST STUDIES OF THE
                                                                                URINARY TRACT: (REF: CFETP
                                                                                OCT 02, 15c (3)

                                                                                TRAINING SOURCE
      RT.F-RSVP-4R0X1-CONTRAST    CARDIVASCULAR AND                             TOP STAR; INSERVICES EVERDAY
      STUDIES OF THE URINARY      INTERVENTIONAL PROCEDURES                     WORK EXPERIENCE VALIDATED
511   TRACT                       1d                               26299        BY SUPERVISOR
                                                                                PRACTICE ASEPTIC
                                                                                TECHNIQUES:
                                                                                FOLLOW INFECTION CONTROL
                                                                                TECHNIQUES/PROPERLY
                                                                                DISCARD SOIL BANDAGES.

      RT.F-RSVP-4V0X1A-PRACTICE                                                 TRAINING SOURCES:
512   ASEPTIC TECHNIQUES          VISION SYSTEM TESTING 1a.        26299        AIR FORCE OPTOMETRY
                                                                                MOBILE FLUOROSCOPY: (REF:
                                                                                CFETP OCT 02, 15c (9)

                                                                                TRAINING SOURCE
                                  CARDIVASCULAR AND                             TOP STAR; INSERVICES EVERDAY
      RT.F-RSVP-4R0X1-MOBILE      INTERVENTIONAL PROCEDURES                     WORK EXPERIENCE VALIDATED
513   FLUOROSCOPY                 1e                               26299        BY SUPERVISOR
                                 b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                         COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                       DESCRIPTION              DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR

                                                                            COMPUTED TOMOGRAPHY
                                                                            PROCEDURES (ONLY THOSE
                                                                            ACTIVELY WORKING IN SEI479
                                                                            AND ALL THOSE WITH C SHRED
                                                                            ID): (REF: CFETP OCT 02, 19a; 19F;
                                                                            19g ( 1a-c) AND g-j; 2a-g AND I-j; 3)
                                                                            AND 19; 20e) ADDITIONAL
                                                                            REFERENCES: MERRILL'S ATLAS
                                                                            OF RADIOGRAPHIC POSITIONS
                                                                            AND RADIOLOGIC PROCEDURES (
                                                                            VOL 3, CH 33); COMPUTED
                                                                            TOMOGRAPHY: PHYSICAL
                                                                            PRINCIPLES, CLINICAL
                                                                            APPLICATIONS, AND QUALITY
                                                                            CONTROL

                                                                            TRAINING SOURCE
                                                                            TOP STAR; INSERVICES EVERDAY
      RT.F-RSVP-4R0X1-COMPUTED   COMPUTED TOMOGRAPHY                        WORK EXPERIENCE VALIDATED
514   TOMOGRAPHY PROCEDURES      PROCEDURES 1a.                26299        BY SUPERVISOR
                                   b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                           COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                         DESCRIPTION                  DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR

                                                                                  PROCESSING SUPPLIES:
                                                                                  CLEANS AND DECONTAMINATES
                                                                                  ITEMS FOR STERILIZATION.
                                                                                  ASSEMBLES CLEANED ITEMS
                                                                                  FOR STERILIZATION.
                                                                                  PACKAGE PATIENT CARE ITEMS
                                                                                  FOR STERILIZATION.
                                                                                  LOAD AND UNLOAD A STEAM
                                                                                  STERILIZER (REFERENCE CFETP
                                                                                  6.3, 6.6 USER QTP 02, MODULE 1
                                                                                  & 2.

                                                                                  TRAINING SOURCES:
                                                                                  EMEDS
                                                                                  MURT
                                                                                  C-STARS
                                                                                  TOPSTAR
      RT.F-RSVP-4N1X1-PROCESSING                                                  EVERYDAY WORK EXPERIENCE
515   SUPPLIES                     CENTRAL STERILE SUPPLY 1a.        26299        VALIDATED BY SUPERVISOR
                            b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                    COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                  DESCRIPTION                 DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR

                                                                          PROCESSING SUPPLIES: CLEANS
                                                                          AND DECONTAMINATES ITEMS
                                                                          FOR STERILIZATION; ASSEMBLES
                                                                          CLEANED ITEMS FOR
                                                                          STERILIZATION ; PACKAGE
                                                                          PATIENTS CARE ITEMS FOE
                                                                          STERILIZATION; LOAD AND
                                                                          UNLOAD A STEAM STERILIZER.
                                                                          REF: CFETP 6.3, 6.6; USE QTP 02,
                                                                          MODULE 1&2

                                                                          TRAINING SOURCES:
                                                                          EMEDS; MURT; C-STARS;
                                                                          TOPSTAR; EVERYDAY WORK
      RT.F-RSVP-4N1X1D-     CENTRAL PROCESSING SUPPLY                     EXPERIENCE VALIDATED BY
516   PROCESSING SUPPLIES   1a.                              26299        SUPERVISOR
                                   b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                           COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                        DESCRIPTION               DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                              ASSISTS WITH INTRA-OPERATIVE
                                                                              PROCEDURES:
                                                                              ASSISTS WITH COUNTS OF
                                                                              SPONGES, DRAINS, AND OTHER
                                                                              ACCOUNTABLE ITEMS.
                                                                              PERFORMS CLEANSING SKIN
                                                                              PREPS.
                                                                              ASSISTS WITH POSITIONING
                                                                              PATIENTS.
                                                                              ASSISTS STERILE TEAM
                                                                              MEMBERS WITH DONNING
                                                                              SURGICAL GOWNS.
                                                                              PREPARES SPECIMENS TO
                                                                              FORWARD TO LABORATORY.
                                                                              (REFERENCE: CFETP 133.1, 13.3,
                                                                              13.4, 13.7, 13.10. USE QTP 04
                                                                              MODULES 1,2,3, AND 4. USE QTP
                                                                              03)

                                                                                TRAINING SOURCES:
                                                                                C-STARS
                                                                                TOPSTAR
      RT.F-RSVP-4N1X1-ASSISTS WITH DUTIES OF CIRCULATING                        EVERYDAY WORK EXPERIENCE
517   INTRA-OPERATIVE PROCEDURES PERSONNEL 1a.                    26299         VALIDATED BY SUPERVISOR
                                   b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                           COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                         DESCRIPTION              DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR

                                                                              SET-UP AND SAFE OPERATION
                                                                              OF EQUIPMENT:
                                                                              ENSURES ELECTRO-SURGICAL
                                                                              DEVICES, PORTABLE SUCTION
                                                                              UNITS, SURGICAL LIGHTS, AND
                                                                              OPERATING TABLES ARE IN
                                                                              GOOD WORKING CONDITION AND
                                                                              OPERATES ACCORDING TO
                                                                              SPECIFICATIONS.
                                                                              USES FLASH AUTOCLAVE TO
                                                                              STERILIZE EXTRA INSTRUMENTS.
                                                                              (REFERENCE CFETP 11;USE QTP
                                                                              05, MODULE 1)

                                                                              TRAINING SOURCES:
                                                                              EMEDS
                                                                              MURT
                                                                              C-STARS
      RT.F-RSVP-4N1X1-SET-UP AND                                              TOPSTAR
      SAFE OPERATION OF            DUTIES OF CIRCULATING                      EVERYDAY WORK EXPERIENCE
518   EQUIPMENT                    PERSONNEL 1b.                 26299        VALIDATED BY SUPERVISOR
                                   b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                           COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                        DESCRIPTION               DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR

                                                                              ASSITS WITH INTRA-OPERATIVE
                                                                              PROCEDURES: ASSISTS WITH
                                                                              COUNTS OF SPONGES, DRAINS,
                                                                              AND ACTOUNTABLE ITEMS.
                                                                              PERFORMS CLEANSING SKIN
                                                                              PREPS. ASSISITS WITH
                                                                              POSITIONING PATIENTS .
                                                                              ASSISITS STERILE TEAMM
                                                                              MEMBERS WITH DONNING
                                                                              SURGICAL GOWNS. PREPARES
                                                                              SPECIMAN TO FORWARD TO
                                                                              LABATORY. REF: CFETP 13.1;
                                                                              13.3; 13.4; 13.7; 13.10; USE QTP 04
                                                                              MODULES 1, 2, 3, & 4 AND QTP 03

                                                                              C-STAR; TOPSTAR; EVERYDAY
                                                                              WORK EXPERIENCE VALIDATED
                                                                              BY SUPERVISOR

                                                                              TRAINING SOURCES:
                                                                              EMEDS; MURT; C-STARS;
                                                                              TOPSTAR; EVERYDAY WORK
      RT.F-RSVP-4N1X1D-ASSITS WITH DUTIES OF CIRCULATIONS                     EXPERIENCE VALIDATED BY
519   INTRA-OPERATIVE PROCEDURES PERSONNEL 1a.                   26299        SUPERVISOR
                                    b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                            COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                          DESCRIPTION              DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR

                                                                               ENSURES SET UP SAFE
                                                                               OPERATION OF EQUIPMENT:
                                                                               ENSURES ELECTROSURGICAL
                                                                               DEVICES, PORTABLE SUCTION
                                                                               UNITS, SURGICAL LIGHTS, AND
                                                                               OPERATING TABLE ARE IN GOOD
                                                                               WORKING CONDITION AND
                                                                               OPERATES ACCORDING TO
                                                                               SPECIFICATIONS. USES FLASH
                                                                               AUTOCLAVES TO STERILIZE
                                                                               EXTRA INTRUMENTS. REF: CFETP
                                                                               11; USE QTP 05 MODULE 1

                                                                               TRAINING SOURCES:
                                                                               EMEDS; MURT; C-STARS;
      RT.F-RSVP-4N1X1D-SET UP AND                                              TOPSTAR; EVERYDAY WORK
      SAFE OPERATION OF             DUTIES OF CIRCULATIONS                     EXPERIENCE VALIDATED BY
520   EQUIPMENT                     PERSONNEL 1b.                 26299        SUPERVISOR
                                 b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                         COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                       DESCRIPTION                  DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                                PERFORMS SCRUB TECHNICIAN
                                                                                DUTIES:
                                                                                PERFORMS SURGICAL SCRUG OF
                                                                                HANDS AND ARMS.
                                                                                GOWNS AND GLOVES SELF AND
                                                                                SURGICAL TEAM MEMBERS.
                                                                                ESTABLISHES AND MAINTAINS
                                                                                STERILE FIELD.
                                                                                PERFORMS COUNTS WITH
                                                                                CIRCULATOR.
                                                                                SUPPLIES SURGEON WITH
                                                                                NECESSARY ITEMS DURING
                                                                                SURGICAL PROCEDURE.
                                                                                PREPARES SPECIMEN/CULTURES
                                                                                ON THE STERILE FIELD FOR
                                                                                TRANSPORT TO
                                                                                HISTOPATHOLOGY/LABORATORY
                                                                                .
                                                                                "RETURNS USED INSTRUMENTS
                                                                                AND SUPPLIES TO CENTRAL
                                                                                STERILE SUPPLY FOR CLEANING
                                                                                AND REPROCESSING.
                                                                                (REFERENCES: CFETP 5, 12, 12.6,
                                                                                14.1, USE QTP 01 MODULE 1, QTP
                                                                                04 MODULES 1-4)

                                                                                  TRAINING SOURCES:
                                                                                  EMEDS
                                                                                  MURT
                                                                                  C-STARS
                                                                                  TOPSTAR
      RT.F-RSVP-4N1X1-PERFORMS   DUTIES OF SCRUB TECHNICIAN                       EVERYDAY WORK EXPERIENCE
521   SCRUB TECHNICIAN           DUTIES 1a.                         26299         VALIDATED BY SUPERVISOR
                                  b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                          COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                        DESCRIPTION                 DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR

                                                                                PERFORMS SCRUB TECHNICIAN
                                                                                DUTIES: PERFORMS SURGICAL
                                                                                SCRUB OF HANDS AND ARMS.
                                                                                GOWNS AND GLOVES SELF AND
                                                                                SURGICAL TEAM MEMBERS.
                                                                                ESTABLISHES AND MAINTAINS
                                                                                STERILE FIELD. PERFORMS
                                                                                COUNTS WITH CIRCULATOR.
                                                                                SUPPLIES SURGEON WITH
                                                                                NECESSARY ITEMS DURING
                                                                                SURGICAL PROCEDURES.
                                                                                PREPARES SPECIMAN/CULTURES
                                                                                ON THE STERILE FIELD FOR
                                                                                TRANSPORT TO
                                                                                HISTOPATHOLOGY/
                                                                                LABORATORY. 'RETURNS USED
                                                                                INSTRUMENTS AND SUPPLIES TO
                                                                                CENTRAL STERILE SUPPLY FOR
                                                                                CLEANING AND REPROCESSING.
                                                                                REF: CFETP 5, 12.6; 14.1; USE QTP
                                                                                01 MODULE 1; QTP 04 MODULES 1-
                                                                                4

                                                                                TRAINING SOURCES:
                                                                                EMEDS; MURT; C-STARS;
                                                                                TOPSTAR; EVERYDAY WORK
      RT.F-RSVP-4N1X1D-PERFORMS   DUTIES OF SCRUB PERSONNEL                     EXPERIENCE VALIDATED BY
522   SCRUB TECHICIAN DUTIES      1a.                              26299        SUPERVISOR
                                    b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                            COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                          DESCRIPTION              DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                               INITIATES AND PERFORMS BASIC
                                                                               CPR:
                                                                               OPENS AND CLEANS AIRWAY
                                                                               AND VENTILATES USING MOUTH
                                                                               TO MASK OR WITH A BAG VALVE
                                                                               MASK IN CONJUNCTION WITH
                                                                               CLOSED CHEST CARDIAC
                                                                               MASSAGE.(REFERENCE: CFETP
                                                                               10.1 AND 10.2(USE AMERICAN
                                                                               HEART ASSOCIATION
                                                                               STANDARDS)

      RT.F-RSVP-4N1X1-INITIATES AND                                             TRAINING SOURCES:
523   PERFORMS BASIC CPR            NURSING CARE 1a.              26299         LOCAL TRAINING
                                                                                BASIC POST-ANESTHESIA
                                                                                NURSING CARE:
                                                                                TAKE AND RECORD VITAL SIGNS
                                                                                MANUALLY AND ADMINISTER
                                                                                OXYGEN.
                                                                                (REFERENCE: CFETP 7.7 QTP 06,
                                                                                MODULES 2&3.

                                                                                TRAINING SOURCES:
                                                                                C-STAR
                                                                                TOPSTAR
                                                                                EVERYDAY WORK EXPERIENCE
      RT.F-RSVP-4N1X1-BASIC POST-                                               VALIDATED BY SUPERVISOR
524   ANESTHESIA NURSING CARE       NURSING CARE 1b.              26299         LOCAL IN-SERVICE TRAINING
                                    b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                            COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                         DESCRIPTION               DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                               INITIATES AND PERFORMS BASIC
                                                                               CPR: OPENS AND CLEANS
                                                                               AIRWAYS AND VENTILATES
                                                                               USING MOUTH TO MASK OR WITH
                                                                               A BAG VALVE MASK IN
                                                                               CONJUCTION WITH CLOSED
                                                                               CHEST CARDIAC MASSAGE. REF:
                                                                               CFETP 10.1; 10.2 (USE AMERICAN
                                                                               HEART ASSOCIATION
                                                                               STANDARDS)

      RT.F-RSVP-4N1X1D-INTIATES AND                                              TRAINING SOURCES:
525   PERFORMS BASIC CPR            NURSING CARE 1a.               26299         LOCAL TRAINING
                                                                                 ORDERS AND MAINTAINS SUPPLY
                                                                                 REQUIREMENTS:
                                                                                 INVENTORIES SUPPLY ITEMS
                                                                                 AND IDENTIFIES SHORTAGES.
                                                                                 ORDERS SUPPLIES TO REPLACE
                                                                                 DEPLETED STOCK LEVELS FOR
                                                                                 LOGISTICS.
                                                                                 ACCEPTS SUPPLIES FROM
                                                                                 LOGISTICS AND CHECK TO
                                                                                 ENSURE TYPES AND AMOUNT
                                                                                 REQUESTED ARE RECEIVED.
                                                                                 (REFERENCE: CFETP 15.3,
                                                                                 15.3.1.2)

                                                                                 TRAINING SOURCES:

                                                                                 TOPSTAR
      RT.F-RSVP-4N1X1-ORDERS AND                                                 EVERYDAY WORK EXPERIENCE
      MAINTAIN SUPPLY                                                            VALIDATED BY SUPERVISOR
526   REQUIREMENTS                 SUPPLY MANAGEMENT 1a.           26299         LOCAL IN-SERVICE TRAINING
                                  b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                          COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                        DESCRIPTION              DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR

                                                                             ODERS AND MAINTAIN SUPPLY
                                                                             REQUIRMENTS: INVENTORIES
                                                                             SUPPLY ITEMS AND IDENTIFIES
                                                                             SHORTAGES. ORDERS SUPPLIES
                                                                             TO REPLACE DEPLETED STOCK
                                                                             LEVELS FROM LOGISTICS.
                                                                             ACCEPTS SUPPLIES FROM
                                                                             LOGISTICS AND CHECK AND
                                                                             ENSURE TYPES AND AMOUNT
                                                                             REQUESTED ARE RECEIVED.
                                                                             REF: CFETP 15.3; 15.31.2

                                                                             TRAINING SOURCE:
      RT.F-RSVP-4N1X1D-ORDERS AND                                            TOPSTAR; EVERYDAY WORK
      MAINTAIN SUPPLY                                                        EXPERIENCE VALIDATED BY
528   REQUIREMENTS                SUPPLY MANAGEMENT 1a.         26299        SUPERVISOR

                                                                             MAINTAIN CURRENT NATIONAL
                                                                             REGISTRY OF EMERGENCY
                                                                             MEDICAL TECHNICIAN (NREMT)
                                                                             BASIC STATUS NOTE:
                                                                             MANDATORY FOR ALL MSGTS
                                                                             AND BELOW:(REFERENCE:
                                                                             NREMT STANDARDS)

                                                                             TRAINING SOURCES:
                                                                             TOPSTAR
                                                                             C-STARS
                                                                             INSERVICES
      RT.F-RSVP-4N0X1-MAINTAIN                                               EVERYDAY WORK EXPERIENCES
      CURRENT NATIONAL REGISTRY   CARE OF PATIENTS IN                        VALIDATED BY SUPERVISOR
529   OF EMERGENCY                EMERGENCY 1a.                 26299
                                    b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                            COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                          DESCRIPTION              DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR

                                                                               ASSITS IN CLINICAL
                                                                               PROCEDURES: APPLIES METAL
                                                                               AND PLASTER NASAL
                                                                               CAST/SPLINTS. APPLIES POST
                                                                               SURGICAL DRESSING AND
                                                                               PACKS. ASSITS WITH ROUTINE
                                                                               ENT EXAMINATIONS,
                                                                               PERITONSILAR ABSCESE, AND
                                                                               CLOSED REDUCTION OF NASAL
                                                                               FRACTURE. CLEANS EXTERNAL
                                                                               EAR BY IRRIGATING,
                                                                               CURRETTAGE, AND SUCTIONING.
                                                                               REF: CFETP 24.5; 24.6; 24.2; USE
                                                                               QTP D1 VOL 1, VOL 3

                                                                               TRAINING SOURCE:
                                                                                TOPSTAR; EVERYDAY WORK
      RT.F-RSVP-4N1X1D-ASSISTS IN                                              EXPERIENCE VALIDATED BY
530   CLINICAL PROCEDURES           OTOLARYNGOLOGY 1a.            26299        SUPERVISOR
                                                                               ORTHOSTATIC VITAL SIGNS: (
                                                                               REFERENCE: CFETP OCT 02,
                                                                               9.1.2.7. USE QTP VOLUME 1
                                                                               MODULE 2)

                                                                               TRAINING SOURCES:
                                                                               TOP STAR
                                                                               C-STARS
                                                                               INSERVICES
      RT.F-RSVP-4N0X1-ORTHOSTATIC FUNDAMENTALS OF NURSING                      EVERYDAY WORK EXPERIENCE
531   VITAL SIGNS                 CARE 1a.                        26299        VALIDATED BY SUPERVISOR
                                   b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                           COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                         DESCRIPTION               DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                               CALCULATE, PREPARE, AND
                                                                               ADMINISTER MEDICATIONS:
                                                                               (REFERENCE: CFETP OCT 02,
                                                                               9.1.4.3.1; 9.1.4.3.2.1.;9.1.4.3.2.15
                                                                               AND 9.1.4.3.3..
                                                                               (USE BOTH QTPS VOLUME 1
                                                                               MODULE 11 AND VOLUME3
                                                                               MODULE 7))

                                                                                    TRAINING SOURCES:
                                                                                    TOPSTAR
                                                                                    C-STARS
      RT.F-RSVP-4N0X1-CALCULATE,                                                    INSERVICES
      PREPARE, AND ADMINISTER      FUNDAMENTALS OF NURSING                          EVERYDAY WORK EXPERIENCE
532   MEDS                         CARE 1b.                         26299           VALIDATED BY SUPERVISOR
                                                                                    INITIATE, REGULATE, MONITOR,
                                                                                    AND DISCONTINUE PERIPHERAL
                                                                                    INTRAVENOUS THERAPY:
                                                                                    (REFERENCE: CFETP OCT 02,
                                                                                    9.1.4.2.2.1. AND 9.1.4.2.2.7. USE
                                                                                    QTP VOLUME 1 MODULE 12)

                                                                                    TRAINING SOURCES:
                                                                                    TOPSTARS
                                                                                    C-STARS
      RT.F-RSVP-4N0X1-INITIATE,                                                     INSERVICES
      REGULATE, MONITOR, AND       FUNDAMENTALS OF NURSING                          EVERYDAY WORK EXPERIENCE
533   DISCONTINUE PE               CARE 1c.                         26299           VALIDATED BY SUPERVISOR
                                    b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                            COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                          DESCRIPTION                DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                                 ASSIST WITH CHEST TUBE
                                                                                 INSERT/MONITOR WATER-SEAL
                                                                                 DRAINAGE:
                                                                                 (REFERENCE: CFETP OCT 02,
                                                                                 9.1.6.1.2;USE QTPS VOLUME 2
                                                                                 MODULE 2)

                                                                                  TRAINING SOURCES:
                                                                                  TOPSTAR
                                                                                  C-STARS
      RT.F-RSVP-4N0X1-ASSIST WITH                                                 INSERVICES
      CHEST TUBE INSERT/MONITOR     NURSING CARE OF PATIENTS                      EVERYDAY WORK EXPERIENCE
543   WATER                         WITH SPECIAL NEEDS 1a.          26299         VALIDATED BY SUPERVISOR
                                                                                  SUTURE MINOR LACERATION:
                                                                                  (REFERENCE: CFETP OCT 020,
                                                                                  9.1.7.2.8.2. AND 9.1.7.2.9--
                                                                                  9.1.7.2.9.4.;USE BOTH QTPS--
                                                                                  VOULUME 2 MODULES 6 AND 7)

                                                                                  TRAINING SOURCES:
                                                                                  TOPSTAR
                                                                                  C-STARS
                                                                                  INSERVICES
      RT.F-RSVP-4N0X1-SUTURE        NURSING CARE OF PATIENTS                      EVERYDAY WORK EXPERIENCE
544   MINOR LACERATION              WITH SPECIAL NEEDS 1b.          26299         VALIDATED BY SUPERVISOR
                                  b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                          COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                        DESCRIPTION                DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                               INSERT, IRRIGATE, AND REMOVE
                                                                               NASOGASTRIC TUBE:
                                                                               (REFERENCE: CFETP OCT 02,
                                                                               9.1.13.2.1--9.1.13.2.3.;USE QTP--
                                                                               VOLUME2 MODULE 8)

                                                                                  TRAINING SOURCES:
                                                                                  TOPSTAR
                                                                                  C-STARS
      RT.F-RSVP-4N0X1-INSERT,                                                     INSERVICES
      IRRIGATE, AND REMOVE        NURSING CARE OF PATIENTS                        EVERYDAY WORK EXPERIENCE
545   NASOGASTRIC TUBE            WITH SPECIAL NEEDS 1c.           26299          VALIDATED BY SUPERVISOR

                                                                                  ESTABLISH, MAINTAIN, AND
                                                                                  REMOVE CLOSED URINARY
                                                                                  DRAINAGE SYSTEM:
                                                                                  (REFERENCE: CFETP OCT 02,
                                                                                  9.1.13.7.;USE QTP--VOLUME 2
                                                                                  MODULE 9)

                                                                                  TRAINING SOURCES:
                                                                                  TOPSTAR
                                                                                  C-STARS
      RT.F-RSVP-4N0X1-ESTABLISH,                                                  INSERVICES
      MAINTAIN, AND REMOVE CLOSED NURSING CARE OF PATIENTS                        EVERYDAY WORK EXPERIENCES
546   URINARY                     WITH SPECIAL NEEDS 1d.           26299          VALIDATED BY SUPERVISOR
                                   b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                           COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                         DESCRIPTION                DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                                PERFORM ENDOTRACHEAL AND
                                                                                TRACHEOSTOMY:
                                                                                (REFERENCE: CFETP OCT 02,
                                                                                9.1.6.2.1.--9.1.6.2.2.)

                                                                                TRAINING SOURCES:
                                                                                TOPSTAR
                                                                                C-STARS
      RT.F-RSVP-4N0X1-PERFORM                                                   INSERVICES
      ENDOTRACHEAL AND             NURSING CARE OF PATIENTS                     EVERYDAY WORK EXPERIENCE
547   TRACHEOSTOMY                 WITH SPECIAL NEEDS 1e.          26299        VALIDATED BY SUPERVISOR
                                                                                UNDERSTAND POLICIES AND
                                                                                PROCEDURES:: UNDERSTAND
                                                                                EXPEDITIONARY MEDICAL
                                                                                LOGISTICS (EML), PATIENT
                                                                                MOVEMENT ITEM ( PM)
                                                                                CONCEPTS AND MAINTENANCE
                                   MEDICAL MAINTENANCE AND                      POLICIES AND PROCEDURES.
      RT.F-RSVP-4A2X1-UNDERSTAND   CONTINGENCY OPERATIONS
548   POLICIES AND PROCEDURES      REFERENCES 1a.                  26299

                                                                                MEASURE AND RECORD INTAKE
                                                                                AND OUTPUT:
                                                                                (REFERENCE: CFETP OCT 02,
                                                                                9.1.2.10.)

                                                                                TRAINING SOURCES:
                                                                                TOPSTAR
                                                                                C-STARS
                                                                                INSERVICES
      RT.F-RSVP-4N0X1-MEASURE AND NURSING CARE OF PATIENTS                      EVERYDAY WORK EXPERIENCES
549   RECORD INTAKE AND OUTPUT    WITH SPECIAL NEEDS 1f.           26299        VALIDATED BY SUPERVISOR
                                   b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                           COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                         DESCRIPTION                 DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                                 THERAPUTIC EQUIPMENT:
                                                                                 PERFORM OPERATIONAL
                                                                                 VERIFICATION/PM/CAL ON
                                                                                 DEFIBRILLATOR, INFUSION PUMP,
                                                                                 PMI VENTILATOR (IMPACT 754)
      RT.F-RSVP-4A2X1-THERAPUTIC                                                 ANESTHESIA SYSTEM (
550   EQUIPMENT                    EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE 1a.         26299       NARKOMED M )

                                                                                  DIAGNOSTIC EQUIPMENT:
                                                                                  PERFORM OPERATIONAL
                                                                                  VERIFICATION/PM/CAL ON VITAL
                                                                                  SIGNS MONITOR, PULSE
      RT.F-RSVP-4A2X1-DIAGNOSTIC                                                  OXIMETER, DEPLOYABLE X-RAYS
551   EQUIPMENT                    EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE 1c.         26299        SYSTEM AND OXYGEN ANALYZER
                                                                                  PERFORMS TESTS USING EMEDS
                                                                                  LAB EQUIPMENT:
                                                                                  UNDERSTANDS HOW TO USE
                                                                                  DIFFERENT EQUIPMENT
                                                                                  ASSIGNED IN THE TABLE OF
                                                                                  ALLOWANCES.(REFERENCE
                                                                                  CFETP TASKS 18.1-18.4)

                                                                                  TRAINING SOURCES:
      RT.F-RSVP-4T0X1-PERFORMS                                                    EMEDS
      TESTS USING EMEDS LAB                                                       HTTPS://KX.AFMS.MIL/ANCILLARY
552   EQUIPMENT                    CLINICAL LAB-EMEDS 1a.            26299        LAB
                                                                                  DIAGNOSTIC SUPPORT
                                                                                  EQUIPMENT: PERFORM
                                                                                  OPERATIONAL
                                                                                  VERIFICATION/PM/CAL ON
      RT.F-RSVP-4A2X1-DIAGNOSTIC                                                  CHEMISTRY ANALYZER (ISTAT)
553   SUPPORT EQUIPMENT            EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE 1d.         26299        AND HEMATOLOGY ANALYZER
                                                                                  STERILIZER WATER RECOVERY
                                                                                  SYSTEM: PERFORM
      RT.F-RSVP-4A2X1-STERILIZER                                                  OPERATIONAL
554   WATER RECOVERY SYSEM         FACILITY EQUIPMENT 1a.            26299        VERIFICATION/PM/CAL
                                    b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                            COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                         DESCRIPTION               DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                               TENT, HEATER AND
                                                                               ENVIROMENTAL CONTROL UNIT:
      RT.F-RSVP-4A2X1-TENT, HEATER                                             PERFORMS SITE SELECTION,
      AND ENVIROMENTAL CONTROL                                                 SETUP, OPERATIONAL
555   UNIT                         FACILITY EQUIPMENT 1b.          26299       VERIFICATION PM/CAL

                                                                               PERFORMS EMERGENCY BLOOD
                                                                               COLLECTION PROCEDURES:
                                                                               SCREENS DONORS, COLLECT
                                                                               BLOOD, PROCESS BLOOD
                                                                               PRODUCTS; MINOR/MAJOR X-
                                                                               MATCH, LABEL BLOOD UNITS.
                                                                               (REFERENCE: CFETP TASKS: 13.5-
                                                                               13.5.7)
                                                                               UTC'S FFANC, FFBU2, FFBU3,
                                                                               FFEP3, AND FFEP4

                                                                               TRAINING SOURCES:
      RT.F-RSVP-4T0X1-PERFORMS                                                 BLOOD CD-ROM
      EMERGENCY BLOOD                                                          CIVILIAN/MILITARY BLOOD
556   COLLECTION PROCEDURES        BLOOD SERVICES 1a.             26299        DRIVES
                                                                               GENERATORS AND POWER
                                                                               DISTRIBUTION PANELS:
                                                                               PERFORM SITE SELECTION,
                                                                               CONNECTIONS, STRAPPING,
                                                                               BALANCING, STARTING ,
      RT.F-RSVP-4A2X1-GENERATORS                                               REFUELING AND GROUNDING.
      AND POWER DISTRIBUTIONS                                                  PERFORM ORGANIZATIONAL
557   PANELS                       FACILITY EQUIPMENT 1c          26299        MAINTENANCE.
                                   b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                           COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                        DESCRIPTION                  DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR

                                                                                 PROCESSING SUPPLIES: CLEANS
                                                                                 AND DECONTAMINATES ITEMS
                                                                                 FOR STERIZATION;
                                                                                 ASSEMBLESCLEANED ITEMS FOR
                                                                                 STERILIZATION; PACKAGE
                                                                                 PATIENT CARE ITEMS FOR
                                                                                 STERILIZATION; LOAD AND
                                                                                 UNLOAD A STEAM STERILIZER.
                                                                                 REF: CFETP 6.3, 6.6; USE QTP 02,
                                                                                 MODULE 1 & 2

                                                                                 TRAINING SOURCE:
                                                                                 EMEDS; MURT; C-STAR;
                                                                                 TOPSTAR; EVERDAY WORK
      RT.F-RSVP-4N1X1C-PROCESSING                                                EXPERIENCE VALIDATED BY
559   SUPPLIES                    CENTRAL STERILE SUPPLY 1a.        26299        SUPERVISOR
                                 b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                         COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                       DESCRIPTION              DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR

                                                                            RECEIVES BLOOD INTO FACILITY:
                                                                            PROCESSES, STORES,
                                                                            INVENTORIES, SHOPS,
                                                                            DESTROYS PRODUCTS.
                                                                            ENSURES DOCUMENTATION IS
                                                                            APPROPRIATE/VALID.
                                                                            DBSS
                                                                            PREPARE/TRANSMIT BLOOD
                                                                            REPORT INFO-
                                                                            MEDREDC/BLDREP.
                                                                            (CFETP TASKS
                                                                            13.4.9;13.4.12;13.412.2;13.5.7)
                                                                            UTC'S
                                                                            FFANC,FFBD1,FFBTP,FFBU2,FFBU
                                                                            3,FFEP3,FFEP4,FFLGC, AND
                                                                            FFLGD.

                                                                            TRAINING SOURCES:
                                                                            BLOOD CD-ROM
                                                                            MTF
                                                                            BLOOD BANK
                                                                            DONOR CENTER
      RT.F-RSVP-4T0X1-RECEIVES                                              DBSS CBT
560   BLOOD INTO FACILITY        BLOOD SERVICES 1b.            26299        AFI 44-118
                             b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                     COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                   DESCRIPTION              DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR

                                                                        THAWS/DEGLYCEROLIZES
                                                                        BLOOD PRODUCTS:
                                                                        (PACAF AND USAFE PRIMARY
                                                                        TEAMS ONLY)
                                                                        DECGLYC RDBS/WASH
                                                                        PLATELETS.
                                                                        LABEL UNITS * NOTE SOME
                                                                        DEPLOYING LAV OFFICERS MAY
                                                                        FIND THEY HAVE ONE OF THESE
                                                                        IN THEIR AOR;THEREFORE, THEY
                                                                        SHOULD HAVE "KNOWLEDGE-
                                                                        LEVEL"ONLY OF THIS TASK.
                                                                        UTC: FFBDI (THIS UTC HAS NO
                                                                        OFFICERS ASSIGNED) ONLY
                                                                        PACAF/USAFE PRIMARY TEAMS
                                                                        ARE REQUIRED TO PERFORM
                                                                        THIS TASK AT THIS TIME. ALL
                                                                        OTHERS RECENTLY IDENTIFIED
                                                                        ON THIS UTC WILL BE
                                                                        KNOWLEDGE-LEVEL ONLY)

                                                                        TRAINING SOURCES:
                                                                        TEAM TRAINING
                                                                        LOCAL MED CENTER ON-SITE
      RT.F-RSVP-4T0X1-                                                  TRAINING
      THAWS/DEGLYCEROLIZES                                              VIDEO
561   BLOOD PRODUCTS         BLOOD SERVICES 1c.            26299        CD WHEN AVAILABLE
                                 b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                         COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                       DESCRIPTION              DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR


                                                                            ASSISTS WITH INTRA-OPERATIVE
                                                                            PROCEDURES: ASSISTS WITH
                                                                            COUNTS OF SPONGES, DRAINS,
                                                                            AND OTHER ACCOUNTABLE
                                                                            ITEMS. PERFORMS CLEANSING
                                                                            SKIN PREPS. ASSISTS WITH
                                                                            POSITIONING PATIENTS. ASSISTS
                                                                            STERILE TEAM MEMBERS WITH
                                                                            DONNING SURGICAL GOWNS.
                                                                            PREPARES SPECIMENS TO
                                                                            FORWARD LABATORY. REF:
                                                                            CFETP 13.1; 13.3; 13.4; 13.7; 13.10;
                                                                            USE QTP 04 MODULES 1, 2, 3& 4
                                                                            AND QTP 03

      RT.F-RSVP-4N1X1C-ASSISTS                                              TRAINING SOURCE:
      WITH INTRA-OPERATIVE       DUTIES OF CIRCULATING                      C-STAR; EVERYDAY WORK
562   PROCEDURES                 PERSONNEL 1a.                 26299        EXPERIENCE VALIDATED BY
                                 b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                         COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                       DESCRIPTION              DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR

                                                                            SET UP & SAFE OPERATION OF
                                                                            EQUIPMENT: ENSURES
                                                                            ELECTROSURGICAL DEVICES,
                                                                            PORTABLE SUCTION UNITS,
                                                                            SURGICAL LIGHTS, AND
                                                                            OPERATING TABLES ARE IN
                                                                            GOOD WORKING CONDITION AND
                                                                            OPERATES ACCORDING TO
                                                                            SPECIFICATIONS. USES FLASH
                                                                            AUTOCLAVES TO STERILIZE
                                                                            EXTRA INTRUMENTS. REF: CFETP
                                                                            11; USE QTP 05 MODULE 1

                                                                            EMEDS; MURT; C-STAR;
                                                                            TOPSTAR; EVERYDAY WORK
      RT.F-RSVP-4N1X1C-SET UP&                                              EXPERIENCE VALIDATED BY
      SAFE OPERATION OF          DUTIES OF CIRCULATING                      SUPERVISOR; LOCAL IN-SERVICE
563   EQUIPMENT                  PERSONNEL 1b.                 26299        TRAINING
                                 b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                         COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                       DESCRIPTION                 DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                               PERFORMS MICROBIOLOGY
                                                                               PROCEDURES AND REPORTS
                                                                               RESULTS:
                                                                               GRAM STAIN(PERFORM GRAM
                                                                               STAIN, INTERPRET, REPORT
                                                                               RESULTS)
                                                                               URINE CULTURE(PLATE,
                                                                               INCUBATE, READ, IDENTIFY,
                                                                               ANTIBIOTIC SENSITIVITY)
                                                                               THROAT
                                                                               /STOOL/RESPIRATORY/BLOOD/W
                                                                               OUND(SAME AS URINE)
                                                                               URETHRAL EYE, NASAL, AND CSF
                                                                               CULTURES; OVA AND PARASITE.
                                                                               (CONCENTRATION
                                                                               PROCEDURE/TRICHROME STAIN)
                                                                               RECOGNIZE UNACCEPTABLE
                                                                               SPECIMENS.
                                                                               RECOGNIZE BW AGENTS IN
                                                                               CLINICAL CULTURES.
                                                                               (REFERENCE: CFETP TASK: 17.1 -
                                                                               17.11) UTCS: FFANC, FFBU2,
                                                                               FFBU3, AND FFEP4.

                                                                                 TRAINING SOURCES:
                                                                                 HTTPS://KX.AFMS.MIL/ANCILLARY
                                                                                 LAB
                                                                                 WWW.BT.CDC.GOV/LABISSUES/IN
                                                                                 DEX.ASP
                                                                                 LAB/MTF TRAINING AND
      RT.F-RSVP-4T0X1-PERFORMS                                                   COMPETENCY ASSESSMENT
      MICROBIOLOGY PROCEDURES                                                    TRAINING
564   AND REPORTS                MICROBIOLOGY SERVICES 1a.         26299
                                  b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                          COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                       DESCRIPTION                DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR


                                                                              PERFORMS BW TESTING:
                                                                              USES RAPID ANALYZER.
                                                                              ACCEPT/EXAMINE
                                                                              SWABS(CLINICAL/ENVIRONMENT
                                                                              AL).
                                                                              PROVIDE RISK ANALYSIS TO
                                                                              STAFF.
                                                                              PROCESS, ARCHIVE, SHIP BW
                                                                              REFERRALS.
                                                                              OPERATE REACHBACK SYSTEMS
                                                                              (CFETP TASK: 17.12) UTC: FFBAT

                                                                              TRAINING SOURCES:
                                                                              WWW.USAMRID.ARMY.MIL/EDUC
                                                                              ATION/BLUEBOOK.HTML
                                                                              WWW.BT.CDC.GOV/LABISSUES/IN
                                                                              DEX.ASP

                                                                              INITIAL TRAINING: BOOKS AFB,
                                                                              LOCAL MTF LAB, CD-ROM, MTF
      RT.F-RSVP-4T0X1-PERFORMS BW BIOLOGICAL WARFARE (BW)                     PROFICIENCY TESTING;AFFPBL
565   TESTING                     TASKS 1a.                      26299        BIODEFENSE LAB GUIDE
                                  b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                          COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                        DESCRIPTION                 DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR



                                                                                PERFORMS SCRUB TECHNICIAN
                                                                                DUTIES: PERFORM SURGICAL
                                                                                SCRUB OF HANDS AND ARMS.
                                                                                GOWNS AND GLOVES SELF AND
                                                                                SURGICAL TEAM MEMBERS.
                                                                                ESTABLISHES AND MAINTAINS
                                                                                STERILE FIELD. PERFORMS
                                                                                COUNTS WITH CIRCULATOR.
                                                                                SUPPLIES SURGEON WITH
                                                                                NECESSARY ITEMS DURING
                                                                                SURGICAL PROCEDURE.
                                                                                PREPARES SPECIMN/CULTURES
                                                                                ON THE STERILE FIELD FOR
                                                                                TRANSPORT TO
                                                                                HISTOPPATHOLOGY/LABORATOR
                                                                                Y. 'RETURNS USED
                                                                                INSTRUMENTS AND SUPPLIES TO
                                                                                CENTRAL STERILE SUPPLY FOR
                                                                                CLEANING AND REPROCESSING.
                                                                                REF: CFETP 5, 12, 12.6; 14.1; USE
                                                                                QTP 04 MODULES 1-4

                                                                                TRAINING SOURCE:
                                                                                EMEDS; MURT; CSTAR; TOPSTAR;
                                                                                EVERYDAY WORK EXPERIENCE
      RT.F-RSVP-4N1X1C-PERFORMS   DUTIES OF SCRUB PERSONNEL                     VALIDATED BY SUPERVISOR
566   SCRUB TECHNICIAN DUTIES     1a.                              26299
                                   b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                           COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                         DESCRIPTION              DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR

                                                                              INTIATES AND PERFORMS BASIC
                                                                              CPR: OPEN AND CLEANS
                                                                              AIRWAYS VENTILATES USING
                                                                              MOUTH TO MASK OR WITH A BAG
                                                                              VALVE MASK IN CONJUCTION
                                                                              WITH CLOSED CHEST CARDIAC
                                                                              MASSAGE. REF: CFETP 10.; 10.2
                                                                              (USE AMERICAL HEART
                                                                              ASSOCIATION STANDARDS)
      RT.F-RSVP-4N1X1C-INITIATES
567   AND PERFORMS BASIC CPR       NURSING CARE 1a.              26299        LOCAL TRAINING

                                                                              BASIC POST-ANESTHESIA
                                                                              NURSING CARE: TAKE AND
                                                                              RECORD VITAL SIGNS MANUALLY
                                                                              AND ADMINISTER OXYGEN . REF:
                                                                              CFETP 7.7 QTP 06 MODULES 2 & 3

                                                                              TRAININD SOURCE:
                                                                              C-STAR; TOPSTAR; EVERYDAY
      RT.F-RSVP-4N1X1C-BASIC POST-                                            WORK EXPERIENCE VALIDATED
568   ANESTHSIA NURSING CARE       NURSING CARE 1b.              26299        BY SUPERVISOR
                                  b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                          COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                        DESCRIPTION              DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR

                                                                             ORDERS AND MAINTAIN SUPPLY
                                                                             REQUIREMENTS: INVENTORIES
                                                                             SUPPLY ITEMS AND IDENTIFIES
                                                                             SHORTAGES. ORDERS SUPPLIES
                                                                             TO REPLACE DEPLETED STOCK
                                                                             LEVELS FROM LOGISTICS AND
                                                                             CHECKTO ENSURE TYPES AND
                                                                             AMOUNT REQUESTED ARE
                                                                             RECEIVED. REF: CFETP 15.3;
                                                                             15.3.1.2

                                                                             TOPSTAR; EVERYDAY WORK
      RT.F-RSVP-4N1X1C-ORDERS AND                                            EXPERIENCE VALIDATED BY
      MAINTAIN SUPPLY                                                        SUPERVISOR; LOCAL IN-SERVICE
569   REQUIREMENTS                SUPPLY MANAGEMENT 1a.         26299        TRAINING


                                                                             APPLIES CAST & SKELETAL
                                                                             TRACTION: OBTAINS NECESSARY
                                                                             SUPPLIES AND EQUIPMENT AND
                                                                             APPLIES CAST TO IMMOBOLIZE
                                                                             EXTREMETIES. CHECKS FOR
                                                                             PRESSURE POINTS AND
                                                                             CIRCULATORY AND/OR
                                                                             NEUROLOGICAL IMPAIRMENT.
                                                                             ASSISTS WITH THE APPLICATION
                                                                             OF SKELETAL TRACTION TO
                                                                             EXTREMETIES. REF: CFETP 23.2;
                                                                             USE QTP C1 MODULES 1 & 2.

                                                                             TRAINING SOURCE:
      RT.F-RSVP-4N1X1C-APPLIES    ORTHOPEDIC SURGICAL                        C-STAR; EVERYDAY WORK
570   CASTS & SKETETAL TRACTION   SPECIALTY 1a.                 26299        EXPERIENCE VALIDATED BY
                                 b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                         COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                       DESCRIPTION              DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR


                                                                            REMOVES AND REAPPLIES CAST:
                                                                            OBTAINS NECESSARY SUPPLIES
                                                                            AND/OR EQUIPMENT, REMOVES
                                                                            OLD CAST AND ASSESSES SKIN
                                                                            FOR PRESSURE POINTS.
                                                                            REAPPLIES NEW CAST,
                                                                            ASSESSES EXTREMITY FOR
                                                                            PROPER ALIGNMENT, ASSESSES
                                                                            CAST FOR ROUGH EDGES,
                                                                            PRESSURES POINTS AND
                                                                            DRYNESS. REF: CFETP 23.2; USE
                                                                            QTP C1 MODULES 1 & 2.

                                                                            TRAINING SOURCE:
      RT.F-RSVP-4N1X1C-REMOVES   ORTHOPEDIC SURGICAL                        C-STARS; EVERYDAY WORK
571   AND REAPPLIES CAST         SPECIALTY 1b.                 26299        EXPERIENCE VALIDATED BY
                                  b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                          COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                       DESCRIPTION               DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR

                                                                             EVALUATES AND DEVELOPS
                                                                             CONTINGENCY PLANS FOR
                                                                             PATIENT FEEDINGS:
                                                                             BASED ON PROJECTED
                                                                             DEPLOYMENTS/CONTINGENCIES,
                                                                             DEVELOPS PLAN TO SUPPORT
                                                                             PATIENT FEEDING
                                                                             REQUIREMENTS.
                                                                             ADDRESSES FACILITY,
                                                                             EQUIPMENT, SUBSISTENCE, AND
                                                                             PERSONNEL REQUIREMENTS AS
                                                                             WELL AS FEEDING SCHEDULES
                                                                             AND COMMUNICATION
                                                                             REQUIREMENTS THAT MEET
                                                                             PATIENT NEEDS.

                                                                             TRAINING SOURCES:
      RT.F-RSVP-43D3-EVALUATES AND                                           NUTRITIONAL MEDICINE RSVP
583   DEVELOPS CONTINGENCY PLANS DEPLOYMENT TASKS 1A.           26299        WEBSITE
                            b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                    COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                  DESCRIPTION              DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR

                                                                       DEMONSTRATES KNOWLEDGE
                                                                       OF READINESS COMPENTENCY
                                                                       SKILLS IN HEATH SERVICES
                                                                       MANAGEMENT, WHICH INCLUDES
                                                                       PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT,
                                                                       ADMINISTRATIVE OPERATIONS,
                                                                       SECURITY, MANAGEMENT,
                                                                       ADMINISTRATIVE OPERATIONS,
                                                                       SECURITY, MANAGED CARE
                                                                       ORIENTATION, AND
                                                                       LEGAL/ETHICAL ISSUES.

                                                                       TRAINING SOURCE:
      RT.F-RSVP-41AX-DEMO                                              HTTPS://KX.AFMS.MIL/CTB/GROU
      KNOWLEDGE OF HEALTH   HEALTH SERVICES                            PS/DOTMIL/DOCUMENTS/AFS/CTB
584   SERVICE MANAGEMENT    MANAGEMENT 1a.                26299        002871
                                   b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                           COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                         DESCRIPTION              DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR


                                                                              MANAGES ALL ASPECTS OF MEAL
                                                                              PREPARATION AND SERVICE
                                                                              UNDER FIELD CONDITIONS:
                                                                              PROVIDES OVERSIGHT AND
                                                                              GUIDANCE TO DEPLOYED 4D0X1s
                                                                              ESTABLISHES PROCEDURES AND
                                                                              MONITORS FOOD PREPARATION
                                                                              IN FIELD CONDITIONS TO
                                                                              ENSURE THAT FOOD IS
                                                                              PREPARED IAW US PUBLIC
                                                                              HEALTH SERVICE FOOD CODES.
                                                                              PRACTICES APPROPRIATE
                                                                              PERSONAL AND FIELD HYGIENE
                                                                              AND SANITATION.
                                                                              EVALUATES FOOD TO
                                                                              DETERMINE IF SAFE FOR
                                                                              CONSUMPTION (INCLUDING IN
                                                                              CHEMICAL ENVIRONMENTS).
                                                                              DETERMINES FOOD SECURITY
                                                                              REQUIREMENTS.
                                                                              DETERMINES POLICIES AND
                                                                              PROCEDURES NECESSARY IAW
                                                                              AFMAN 44-144.
                                                                              USES APPROPRIATE AIR FORCE
                                                                              OR LOCALLY DEVELOPED FORMS
                                                                              FOR CASUALTY FEEDING.

      RT.F-RSVP-43D3-MANAGES ALL                                              TRAINING SOURCES:
      ASPECTS OF MEAL                                                         NUTRITIONAL MEDICINE RSVP
585   PREP/SERVICE FIELD           DEPLOYMENT TASKS 1B.          26299        WEBSITE
                                   b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                           COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                         DESCRIPTION                DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                                DEMONSTRATES KNOWLEDGE
                                                                                OF READINESS COMPENTENCY
                                                                                SKILLS IN EXECUTIVE
                                                                                MANAGEMENT, WHICH INCLUDES
                                                                                ORGANIZATIONAL AND RISK
                                                                                MANAGEMENT.

                                                                                TRAINING SOURCE:
      RT.F-RSVP-41AX-DEMO                                                       HTTPS://KX.AFMS.MIL/CTB/GROU
      KNOWLEDGE OF EXECUTIVE                                                    PS/DOTMIL/DOCUMENTS/AFS/CTB
586   MANAGEMENT                   EXECUTIVE MANAGEMENT 1a.        26299        002871
                                                                                DEMONSTRATES KNOWLEDGE
                                                                                OF READINESS COMPENTENCY
                                                                                SKILLS IN IN RESOURCE
                                                                                MANAGEMENT, WHICH INCLUDES
                                                                                FINANCIAL AND MANPOWER
                                                                                MANAGEMENT.

                                                                                TRAINING SOURCE:
      RT.F-RSVP-41AX-DEMO                                                       HTTPS://KX.AFMS.MIL/CTB/GROU
      KNOWLEDGE OF MEDICAL         MEDICAL RESOURCE                             PS/DOTMIL/DOCUMENTS/AFS/CTB
587   RESOURCE MANAGEMENT          MANAGEMENT 1a.                  26299        002871
                                                                                ESTABLISH, MAINTAIN AND USE
                                                                                REFERENCE LIBRARY:
                                                                                OBTAIN MINIMUM ESSENTIAL
                                                                                REFERENCE.
                                                                                ENSURE MATERIAL IS CURRENT
                                                                                AND APPLICATE FOR FIELD
                                                                                CONDITIONS.

                                                                                TRAINING SOURCES:
                                                                                SOCIETY OF AIR FORCE
      RT.F-RSVP-43P3-ESTABLISH,                                                 PHARMACISTS
      MAINTAIN AND USE REFERENCE                                                PHARMACY PRACTICE MANUAL
588   LIBRARY                      ADMINISTRATION 1A.              26299
                                  b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                          COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                        DESCRIPTION                DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                               MAINTAIN FORMS AND FILES:
                                                                               UNDERSTAND PROPER USE OF
                                                                               PHARMACY FORMS AND FILES.

                                                                               TRAINING SOURCES:
                                                                               SOCIETY OF AIR FORCE
      RT.F-RSVP-43P3-MAINTAIN                                                  PHARMACISTS
589   FORMS AND FILES             ADMINISTRATION 1B.              26299        PHARMACY PRACTICE MANUAL
                                                                               UNDERSTAND SUPPLY AND
                                                                               INVENTORY CONTROL:
                                                                               ESTABLISH POLICY AND
                                                                               PROCEDURES FOR
                                                                               PROCUREMENT, CONTROL, AND
                                                                               ACCOUNTABILITY OF
                                                                               PHARMACEUTICALS.

                                                                               TRAINING SOURCES:
      RT.F-RSVP-43P3-UNDERSTAND                                                SOCIETY OF AIR FORCE
      SUPPLY AND INVENTORY                                                     PHARMACISTS
590   CONTROL                     SUPPLY AND INVENTORY 1A.        26299        PHARMACY PRACTICE MANUAL
                                    b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                            COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                          DESCRIPTION               DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR

                                                                                DEMONSTRATES KNOWLEDGE
                                                                                OF READINESS COMPENTENCY
                                                                                SKILLS IN LOGISTICS
                                                                                MANGEMENT, WHICH INCLUDES
                                                                                MATERIEL MANAGEMENT AND
                                                                                PROCUREMENT, FIRST AID KIT
                                                                                MANAGEMENT, CONRACTING
                                                                                SUPPORT, WAR RESERVE
                                                                                MATERIAL (WRM) MANAGEMENT,
                                                                                VEHICLE MANAGEMENT, CARGO
                                                                                MANAGEMENT AND LOAD
                                                                                PLANNING, EQUIPMENT
                                                                                MANAGEMENT AND REPAIR, AND
                                                                                FACILITY MANAGEMENT.

                                                                                TRAINING SOURCE:
      RT.F-RSVP-41AX-DEMO                                                       HTTPS://KX.AFMS.MIL/CTB/GROU
      KNOWLEDGE OF MEDICAL          MEDICAL LOGISTICS                           PS/DOTMIL/DOCUMENTS/AFS/CTB
591   LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT          MANAGEMENT 1a.                 26299        002871
                                                                                EVALUATE AND PROVIDE
                                                                                MEDICATIONS, SUITABLE
                                                                                ALTERNATIVES, AND LENGTH OF
                                                                                THERAPY FOR AIR EVACUATION
                                                                                PATIENTS AND DEPLOYED
                                                                                PERSONNEL.

                                                                                TRAINING SOURCES:
                                                                                SOCIETY OF AIR FORCE
                                                                                PHARMACISTS
      RT.F-RSVP-43P3-EVALUATE AND                                               PHARMACY PRACTICE MANUAL
592   PROVIDE MEDICATIONS           AMBULATORY SERVICES 1A.        26299
                                   b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                           COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                         DESCRIPTION                DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR

                                                                                DEMONSTRATES KNOWLEDGE
                                                                                OF READINESS COMPETENCY
                                                                                SKILLS IN FORMATION SYSTEMS,
                                                                                WHICH INCLUDES INFORMATION
                                                                                SYSTEMS MANAGEMENT AND
                                                                                COMMUNICATIONS EQUIPMENT.

                                                                                TRAINING SOURCE:
      RT.F-RSVP-41AX-DEMO                                                       HTTPS://KX.AFMS.MIL/CTB/GROU
      KNOWLEDGE OF MEDICAL         MEDICAL INFORMATION                          PS/DOTMIL/DOCUMENTS/AFS/CTB
593   INFORMATION SYSTEMS          SYSTEMS 1a.                     26299        002871
                                                                                ASSIST PATIENT TREATMENT BY
                                                                                MONITORING THERAPIES,
                                                                                ADJUSTING DOSAGES, AND
                                                                                SUGGESTING THERAPEUTIC
                                                                                ALTERNATIVE.

                                                                                TRAINING SOURCES:
      RT.F-RSVP-43P3-ASSIST PATIENT                                             SOCIETY OF AIR FORCE
      TREATMENT BY MONITORING                                                   PHARMACISTS
594   THERAPIES                     AMBULATORY SERVICES 1B.        26299        PHARMACY PRACTICE MANUAL
                                                                                IMPLEMENTS MEDICATION
                                                                                STORAGE, DISPENSING, AND
                                                                                ALTERNATIVE MEDICATION
                                                                                REQUIREMENTS AT DEPLOYED
                                                                                LOCATIONS.

                                                                                TRAINING SOURCES:
      RT.F-RSVP-43P3-IMPLEMENTS                                                 SOCIETY OF AIR FORCE
      MEDS STORAGE AND                                                          PHARMACISTS
595   DISPENSING                   INPATIENT SERVICES 1A.          26299        PHARMACY PRACTICE MANUAL
                                    b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                            COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                          DESCRIPTION              DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                               DEMONSTRATES KNOWLEDGE
                                                                               OF READINESS COMPETENCY
                                                                               SKILLS IN MISSION READINESS,
                                                                               WHICH INCLUDES THE
                                                                               MOBILIZATION AND MOBILITY
                                                                               PROCESS, CONCEPT OF
                                                                               OPERATIONS AND JOINT
                                                                               DOCTRINE.

                                                                                 TRAINING SOURCE:
      RT.F-RSVP-41AX-DEMO                                                        HTTPS://KX.AFMS.MIL/CTB/GROU
      KNOWLEDGE OF MISSION                                                       PS/DOTMIL/DOCUMENTS/AFS/CTB
596   READINESS                     MISSION READINESS 1a.          26299         002871
                                                                                 SUPERVISES PREPARATION OF
                                                                                 SIMPLE COMPOUNDED ITEMS:
                                                                                 INCLUDING IV ADMIXTURES AND
                                                                                 PERFORMS COMPOUNDING OF
                                                                                 COMPLEX MEDICATIONS.

                                                                                 TRAINING SOURCES:
      RT.F-RSVP-43P3-SUPERVISES                                                  SOCIETY OF AIR FORCE
      PREPARATION OF SIMPLE                                                      PHARMACISTS
597   COMPOUNDED ITEM               INPATIENT SERVICES 1B.         26299         PHARMACY PRACTICE MANUAL
                                                                                 ASSIST PATIENT TREATMENT BY
                                                                                 MONITORING THERAPIES,
                                                                                 ADJUSTING DOSAGES, AND
                                                                                 SUGGESTING THERAPEUTIC
                                                                                 ALTERNATIVES.

                                                                                 TRAINING SOURCES:
      RT.F-RSVP-43P3-ASSIST PATIENT                                              SOCIETY OF AIR FORCE
      TREATMENT BY MONITORING                                                    PHARMACISTS
598   THERAPY                       INPATIENT SERVICES 1C.         26299         PHARMACY PRACTICE MANUAL
                                   b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                           COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                         DESCRIPTION               DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                               IMPLEMENTS MEDICATION
                                                                               STORAGE, DISPENSING AND
                                                                               ALTERNATIVE MEDICATION
                                                                               REQUIREMENTS AT DEPLOYED
                                                                               LOCATIONS.

                                                                               TRAINING SOURCES:
                                                                               SOCIETY OF AIR FORCE
      RT.F-RSVP-43P3-IMPLEMENTS                                                PHARMACISTS
599   MEDICATION STORAGE           INPATIENT SERVICES 1D.         26299        PHARMACY PRACTICE MANUAL

                                                                               UNDERSTANDS CBRNE
                                                                               PREVENTION AND TREATMENT:
                                                                               ASSIST IN SELECTION, STORAGE,
                                                                               DOSING AND ADMINISTRATION
                                                                               OF CBRNE MEDICATIONS.

                                                                               TRAINING SOURCES:
      RT.F-RSVP-43P3-UNDERSTANDS                                               SOCIETY OF AIR FORCE
      CBRNE PREVENTION &                                                       PHARMACISTS
600   TREATMENT                    PHARMACEUTICAL CARE 1A.        26299        PHARMACY PRACTICE MANUAL
                                                                               UNDERSTANDS
                                                                               IMMUNIZATION/VACCINE
                                                                               TREATMENT:
                                                                               ASSIST IN STORAGE, DOSING,
                                                                               AND ADMINISTRATION OF
                                                                               VACCINES.

                                                                               TRAINING SOURCES:
      RT.F-RSVP-43P3-UNDERSTANDS                                               SOCIETY OF AIR FORCE
      IMMUNIZATION/VACCINE                                                     PHARMACISTS
601   TREATMENT                    PHARMACEUTICAL CARE 1B.        26299        PHARMACY PRACTICE MANUAL
                                   b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                           COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                         DESCRIPTION               DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                               ASSIST WITH TRIAGE
                                                                               EMERGENCY RESPONSE AND
                                                                               PATIENT MANAGEMENT:
                                                                               ASSIST IN THE
                                                                               TRIAGE/EVALUATION OF
                                                                               PATIENTS, SELECTION OF
                                                                               PRIMARY TREATMENTS AND
                                                                               SUITABLE ALTERNATIVES.

                                                                              TRAINING SOURCES:
                                                                              SOCIETY OF AIR FORCE
                                                                              PHARMACISTS
      RT.F-RSVP-43P3-ASSIST WITH                                              PHARMACY PRACTICE MANUAL
602   TRIAGE EMERGENCY RESPONSE PHARMACEUTICAL CARE 1C.           26299       ANNUAL MURT TRAINING

                                                                              UNDERSTANDS COMMON
                                                                              THEATER DISEASE STATES:
                                                                              PROVIDE CONSULTATION ON
                                                                              MANAGEMENT OF INFECTIOUS
                                                                              DISEASES AND THERAPEUTIC
                                                                              DRUG ALTERNATIVES IN LIMITED
                                                                              FORMULARY ENVIRONMENT.

                                                                              TRAINING SOURCES:
      RT.F-RSVP-43P3-UNDERSTANDS                                              SOCIETY OF AIR FORCE
      COMMON THEATER DISEASE                                                  PHARMACISTS
603   STATES                       PHARMACEUTICAL CARE 1D.        26299       PHARMACY PRACTICE MANUAL
                               b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                       COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                     DESCRIPTION              DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR

                                                                          COLLECT AND ANALYZE WATER
                                                                          SAMPLES:
                                                                          EVALUATE QUANTITY OF
                                                                          WATER/ALT WATER SUPPLIES.
                                                                          PERFORM WATER
                                                                          VULNERABILITY ASSESSMENTS.
                                                                          DEVELOP POTABLE WATER
                                                                          MONITORING PLAN.
                                                                          CALC TOXIC CORRIDORS.
                                                                          IDENTIFY PLUME DISPERSAL
                                                                          PATTERNS

      RT.F-RSVP-43E3A-                                                    TRAINING SOURCES:
      COLLECT/ANALYZE/ WATER   ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH                       HTTP://WWWSAM.BROOKS.AF.MI
604   SAMPLES                  SURVEILLANCE 1A.              26299        L/BE/RSVP.HTML
                                     b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                             COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                           DESCRIPTION              DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR



                                                                                APPLIES FIELD MEDIC CASUALTY
                                                                                CARE: EMERGENCY RESPONSE
                                                                                CARE INITIATED, INCLUDING
                                                                                BASIC FIRST AID FOR SOLDIERS,
                                                                                SPINAL IMMOBILIZATION.
                                                                                AEROMEDICAL EVACUATION
                                                                                RECOMMENDATIONS AND
                                                                                PRIMARY AND SECONDARY
                                                                                ASSESSMENTS.

                                                                                TRAINING SOURCE:
                                                                                PT RSV WEB-BASED TRAINING
                                                                                MODULE (AFMSKX)-MUST HAVE
                                                                                ID

                                                                                ADDITIONAL TRAINING SOURCES:
                                                                                MAY SUBSTITUTE EMT-B
                                                                                TRAINING, ( HOLDS CURRENT
                                                                                CERTIFICATION), C4 OR ATTEMPT
                                                                                EFFMB BADGE. OPTIONAL: ALSO
                                                                                RECOMMEND TAKING A BASIC
                                                                                SUTURE TRAINING COURSE IF
                                                                                FACILITY SUPPORTS OTHERWISE
      RT.F-RSVP-42B3-APPLIES FIELD                                              CAN BE DONE IN FIELD AS
605   MEDIC CASUALTY CARE            ROUTINE CARE 1a.              26299        SITUATION DICTATES.
                                    b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                            COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                         DESCRIPTION                 DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR

                                                                                 CHARACTERIZE ALL SOLID AND
                                                                                 HAZARDOUS WASTE STREAMS:
                                                                                 REVIEW MEDICAL AND
                                                                                 HAZARDOUS WASTE STORAGE
                                                                                 AND DISPOSAL PRACTICES.
                                                                                 EVALUATE EFFECT OF
                                                                                 OPERATIONS ON WASTEWATER.

      RT.F-RSVP-43E3A-                                                           TRAINING SOURCES:
      CHARACTERIZE ALL SOLID AND                                                 HTTP://WWW.SAM.BROOKS.AF.MI
606   HAZARDOUS WASTE              WASTE MANAGEMENT 1A.             26299        L/BE/RSVP.HTML
                                                                                 CONDUCT SITE SELECTION:
                                                                                 DEVELOP MONITORING PLANS
                                                                                 FOR ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH
                                                                                 RISK ASSESSMENT.

                                                                                 TRAINING SOURCES:
      RT.F-RSVP-43E3A-CONDUCT SITE                                               HTTPS://WWWSAM.BROOKS.AF.M
607   SELECTION                    SITE SELECTION 1A.               26299        IL/BE/RSVP.HTML
                                                                                 PERFORM MEDICAL
                                                                                 ENVIRONMENTAL BASELINE
                                                                                 SURVEY:
                                                                                 SUPPORT CE ENVIRONMENTAL
                                                                                 BASELINE SURVEY.
                                                                                 DEVELOP MCRP ANNEX FOR
                                                                                 DISASTER AND CONTINGENCY
                                                                                 PLANS.

      RT.F-RSVP-43E3A-PERFORM                                                    TRAINING SOURCES:
      MEDICAL ENVIRONMENTAL        ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH RISK                     HTTP://WWWSAM.BROOKS.AF.MI
608   BASELINE                     ASSESSMENT 1A.                   26299        L/BE/RSVP.HTML
                                  b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                          COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                       DESCRIPTION               DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR

                                                                             IMPLEMENT/MANAGE RADIATION
                                                                             (IONIZING/NONIONIZING)
                                                                             PROTECTION PROGRAM:
                                                                             COORDINATE ON PESTICIDE
                                                                             USE/APPLICATION.
                                                                             CONDUCT EXPOSURE
                                                                             INVESTIGATIONS
                                                                             CONDUCT OPERATIONAL RISK
                                                                             ASSESSMENT/MANAGEMENT.
                                                                             MANAGE RESPIRATORY
                                                                             PROTECTION PROGRAM/QNFT.
                                                                             HAZMAT MANAGEMENT.

      RT.F-RSVP-43E3A-                                                       TRAINING SOURCES:
      IMPLEMENT/MANAGE RADIATION OPERATIONAL HEALTH RISK                     HTTP://WWWSAM.BROOKS.AF.MI
609   PROTECTION                 ASSESSMENT 1A.                 26299        L/BE/RSVP.HTML
                                b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                        COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                      DESCRIPTION                  DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR


                                                                               DEVELOP DETECTOR
                                                                               DEPLOYMENT PLAN FOR
                                                                               MEDICAL FACILITY AND ASSIST
                                                                               CE IN BASE PLAN AS
                                                                               NECESSARY:
                                                                               DEVELOP A SURVEILLANCE PLAN
                                                                               FOR NBC AGENTS (COVERT OR
                                                                               OVERT USE) USING AVAILABLE
                                                                               INTEL ON THREAT.
                                                                               DEVELOP A SURVEILLANCE PLAN
                                                                               FOR NBC AGENTS (COVERT OR
                                                                               OVERT USE) USING AVAILABLE
                                                                               INTEL ON THREAT.
                                                                               (PRE-ATTACK) ADVISE ON
                                                                               MEDICAL COUNTERMEASURES
                                                                               FOR NBC AGENTS.

                                                                               TRAINING SOURCES:
      RT.F-RSVP-43E3A-DEVELOP   NBC EXPERTISE (PRE-ATTACK)                     HTTP://wwwsam.brooks.af.mil/be/rsv
610   DETECTOR DEPLOYMENT       1A.                               26299        p.html
                                b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                        COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                      DESCRIPTION              DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                           PROVIDES PRIMARY CARE AND
                                                                           FAMILY MEDICINE CARE, FOR
                                                                           NON-EMERGENCY
                                                                           NEUROMUSCULO-SKELETAL
                                                                           INJURIES: INTIATES A
                                                                           MUSCULOSKETAL INJURY SICK-
                                                                           CALL. PERFORMS PRIMRY
                                                                           CARE/FAMILY PRACTICE
                                                                           ASSESSMENT, DIFFERENTIAL
                                                                           DIAGNOSIS. EXECUTES
                                                                           TREATMENT FOR ACUTE, NON-
                                                                           EMERGENCY
                                                                           NEUROMUSCULOSKELETAL
                                                                           INJURIES. FACILTATES RAPID
                                                                           RETURN TO DUTY THROUGH
                                                                           JUDICIOUS USE OF ICE,
                                                                           EXCERCISE COMPRESSION
                                                                           TAPING, BRACING, AND OTHER
                                                                           PHYSICAL AGENTS. EMPHASIZES
                                                                           ROLE IN REDUCING
                                                                           UNNECESSARY AEROMEDICAL
                                                                           EVACUATION.

                                                                            TRAINING SOURCES:
      RT.F-RSVP-42B3-PROVIDES                                               PT RSV WEB-BASED TRAINING
      PRIMARY CARE AND FAMILY                                               MODULE ( AFMSKX)- MUST HAVE
611   MEDICINE CARE             ROUTINE CARE 1b.              26299         ID
                                  b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                          COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                        DESCRIPTION                    DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR

                                                                                   EVALUATE EFFECTIVENESS OF
                                                                                   SHELTERS:
                                                                                   ADVISE IN SUPPORT OF
                                                                                   REDUCED MOPP LEVEL BASED
                                                                                   ON HEALTH RISK ASSESSMENT.
                                                                                   FUNCTION IN SRC.

                                                                                   TRAINING SOURCES:
      RT.F-RSVP-43E3A-EVALUATE    NBC EXPERTISE (PRE-AND POST-                     HTTP://wwwsam.brooks.aff.mil/be/rs
612   EFFECTIVENESS OF SHELTERS   ATTACK)                             26299        vp.html
                                                                                   RECOMMENDS APPOPRIATE
                                                                                   MEDICATIONS: WITHIN SCOPE OF
                                                                                   CARE FOR
                                                                                   NEUROMUSCULOSKELETAL
                                                                                   INJURY MANAGEMENT. MAKES
                                                                                   MEDICATION
                                                                                   RECOMMENDATIONS FOR
                                                                                   PRESCRIPTION OF NON-
                                                                                   STERIODAL ANTI-
                                                                                   INFLAMMAATORY DRUGS (
                                                                                   NSAIDs) AND NON NARCOTIC
                                                                                   PAIN MEDICATIONS.

                                                                                   TRAINING SOURCES:
                                                                                   PT RSV WEB-BASED TRAINING
      RT.F-RSVP-42B3-RECOMMENDS                                                    MODULE (AFMSKX)- MUST HAVE
613   APPOPRIATE MEDICATIONS      ROUTINE CARE 1c.                    26299        ID
                                     b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                             COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                           DESCRIPTION                   DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                                     IDENTIFY AND QUANTIFY HAZARD
                                                                                     CONCENTRATIONS AND
                                                                                     COLLECT SAMPLES:
                                                                                     SHIP NBC SAMPLES.
                                                                                     CONDUCT HEALTH RISK
                                                                                     ASSESSMENT VASED ON
                                                                                     AVAILABLE DETECTION AND
                                                                                     SURVEILLANCE INFORMATION.
                                                                                     ADVISE COMMANDER ON HEALTH
                                                                                     EFFECTS AND RISKS OF NBC
                                                                                     AGENTS BASED ON HEALTH RISK
                                                                                     ASSESSMENT.
                                                                                     EVALUATE EFFECTIVENESS OF
                                                                                     CONTAMINATION CONTROL
                                                                                     AMONG BASE SECTORS.

                                                                                      TRAINING SOURCES:
      RT.F-RSVP-43E3A-IDENTIFY AND
      QUANTIFY HAZARD                NBC EXPERTISE (POST-ATTACK)                      HTTP://wwwsam.brooks.af.mil/be/rsv
614   CONCENTRATIONS                 1A.                                26299         p.html
                                                                                      IM/IT:

                                                                                      TRAINING SOURCES:
                                                                                      http://wwwsam.brooks.af.mil/be/rsvp.
615   RT.F-RSVP-43E3A-IM/IT          COMMUNICATIONS 1A.                 26299         html
                                  b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                          COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                        DESCRIPTION              DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR

                                                                             ORDERS AND INTERPRETS PLAIN
                                                                             FILM RADIOLOGICAL STUDIES:
                                                                             ACTS WITHIN SCOPE OF CARE
                                                                             FOR EMERGENCY AND NON-
                                                                             EMERGENCY
                                                                             NEUROMUSCULOSKELETAL
                                                                             INJURIES. ORDERS
                                                                             APPROPRIATE PLAIN FILM X-RAY
                                                                             STUDY. INTERPRETS STUDY TO
                                                                             DETERMINE APPROPRIATENESS
                                                                             FOR PHYSICAL THERAPY CARE
                                                                             VS. REFERRAL TO ANOTHER
                                                                             PROVIDE. UTILIZES
                                                                             TELEMEDICINE TO VALIDATE
                                                                             READINGS IF RADIOLOGIST
                                                                             UNAVAILABLE IN DEPLOYED
                                                                             LOCATION.

                                                                             TRAINING SOURCE:
                                                                             EIGHT CONTACT HOURS AT
                                                                             RADIOLOGY READING ROOM.
                                                                             MAY SUBTITUTE SUITABLE CME.
                                                                             (NOTE: IF THIS IS A DAILY SKILL,
                                                                             READING ROOM TRAINING MAY
      RT.F-RSVP-42B3-ORDERS AND                                              BE WAIVED BY YOUR
      INTERPRETS PLAIN FILM                                                  FUNCTIONAL TRAINING
616   RADIOLOGICAL                ROUTINE CARE 1d.              26299        MANAGER).
                                b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                        COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                      DESCRIPTION                DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                             PROVIDES MEDICAL
                                                                             INTELLIGENCE INFORMATION:
                                                                             COLLECTS INFORMATION AND
                                                                             DETERMINES RISK TO HUMAN
                                                                             HEALTH ON ENDEMIC DISEASES
                                                                             AND ILLNESSES, HAZARDOUS
                                                                             PLANTS AND ANIMALS, NUISANCE
                                                                             PESTS, INJURIES OCCUPATIONAL
                                                                             AND ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARDS,
                                                                             CLIMATIC EXTREMES,
                                                                             TOPOGRAPHY OF THE AREA,
                                                                             LOCAL MEDICAL CAPABILITIES
                                                                             AND OTHER FACTORS WHICH
                                                                             COULD DEGRADE HUMAN
                                                                             PERFORMANCE.
                                                                             PROVIDES INPUT ON
                                                                             DETERMINING PROPOSED
                                                                             DEPLOYMENT SITES(INCLUDES
                                                                             EVALUATION OF
                                                                             ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS,
                                                                             SIZE AND MISSION OF BASE
                                                                             PERSONNEL AND CAPABILITY OF
                                                                             MEDICAL UNIT).
                                                                             BRIEFS COMMANDERS AND
                                                                             PERSONNEL ON GENERAL
                                                                             MEDICAL INTELLIGENCE
                                                                             CONSEDERATIONS AND
                                                                             COUNTERMEASURES THAT
                                                                             COULD AFFECT THE
                                                                             OPERATION(DISEASES, CLIMATE,
      RT.F-RSVP-43H3-PROVIDES                                                AND TOPOGRAPHY OF THE AREA
      MEDICAL INTELLIGENCE                                                   AND NBC THREAT, TO INCLUDE
617   INFORMATION               MEDICAL INTELLIGENCE 1A.         26299       TOXIC INDUSTRIAL MATERIALS).
                                    b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                            COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                         DESCRIPTION               DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR

                                                                               PROVIDES SOFT TISSUE
                                                                               COMPRESSION, FUNCTIONAL
                                                                               SUPPORT AND IMMOBILIZATION:
                                                                               FACILITATES RAPID RETURN TO
                                                                               DUTY FOR ACUTE INJURIES TO
                                                                               EXTREMITIES THROUGH
                                                                               APPLICATION OF ATHLETIC
                                                                               TAPING PROCEDURES AND
                                                                               SPLINTING. INCLUDING: TAPING
                                                                               FOR COMPRESSION, TISSUE
                                                                               PROTECTION AND PROPHYLAXIS,
                                                                               SPLINTING OF JOINTS WITH
                                                                               PREFABRICATED DEVICES OR
                                                                               FABRICATES FROM MATERIALS
                                                                               OPPORTUNITY.

                                                                               TRAINING SOURCE:
      RT.F-RSVP-42B3-PROVIDES SOFT                                             PT RSV WEB-BASED TRAINING
      TISSUE COMPRESSION,                                                      MODULE (AFMSKX)- MUST HAVE
618   FUNCTIONAL                   ROUTINE CARE 1e.,              26299        ID
                                b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                        COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                      DESCRIPTION              DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR

                                                                           PERFORMS WOUND/BURN CARE
                                                                           AND PROMOTES BLISTER
                                                                           PREVENTION: EVALUATES AND
                                                                           TREATS WOUND, THERMAL
                                                                           INJURIES, AND BLISTERS.
                                                                           PERFORM LAVAGE AND
                                                                           BLUNT/SHARP DEBRIDEMENT AS
                                                                           INDICATED. APPLIES TOPICAL
                                                                           MEDICATIONS AND DRESSINGS.
                                                                           FACILITATES RETURN TO DUTY
                                                                           THROUGH USE OF EXTERNAL
                                                                           SPLINTING TO PROTECT
                                                                           INJURED AREA. EVALUATES AND
                                                                           TREATS BLISTERS OF THE HAND
                                                                           AND FEET. RECOMMENDS
                                                                           BLISTER PREVENTION PROGRAM
                                                                           TO UNIT COMMANDERS.

                                                                           TRAINING SOURCE:
      RT.F-RSVP-42B3-PERFORMS                                              PT RSV WEB-BASED TRAINING
      WOUND/BURN CARE AND                                                  MODULE ( AFMSKX)- MUST HAVE
619   PROMOTES BLISTER          ACUTE CARE 1a.                26299        ID
                                  b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                          COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                       DESCRIPTION                  DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                                ENSURES FOOD AND WATER
                                                                                SAFETY AND SECURITY:
                                                                                PREVENTS FOOD BORNE
                                                                                ILLNESS.
                                                                                ENSURES FOOD SAFETY UPON
                                                                                RECEIPT FOR WHOLESOMENESS
                                                                                AND COORDINATES INSPECTION
                                                                                ACTIVITY WITH APPROPRIATE
                                                                                CONTRACTING AND RECEIVING
                                                                                PERSONNEL AS NECESSARY.
                                                                                ENSURES FOODS ARE
                                                                                EVALUATED PERIODICALLY IN
                                                                                STORAGE TO KEEP THEM
                                                                                WHOLESOME AND USABLE.
                                                                                MEDICALLY EVALUATES BOTH ON-
                                                                                BASE FOOD FACILITIES AND OFF-
                                                                                BASE POTENTIAL LOCAL
                                                                                SUPPLIES OF FOOD FOR FOOD
                                                                                PREPARATION PRACTICES,
                                                                                PERSONNEL HYGIENE, FACILITY
                                                                                AND VEHICLE SANITATION, AND
                                                                                TO ENSURE FOODS ARE
                                                                                PROTECTED FROM DAMAGE,
                                                                                CONTAMINATIONAND
                                                                                INFESTATION.
                                                                                COLLECTS AND SUBMITS
                                                                                SAMPLES TO APPROPRIATE
                                                                                LABORATORY OF ANY STORED
                                                                                PRODUCT PESTS IDENTIFIED
                                                                                DURING EVALUATIONS.
      RT.F-RSVP-43H3-ENSURES FOOD                                               EVALUATES AIRCRAFT FOOD
      AND WATER SAFETY AND        FOOD AND WATER SAFETY AND                     OPERATIONS TO ENSURE
620   SECURITY                    SECURITY 1A.                      26299       PROPER FOOD SAFETY
                                   b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                           COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                         DESCRIPTION                 DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR

                                                                                 PERFORMS CASUALTY TRIAGE--
                                                                                 EXPERTISE IN NEUROMUSCULO-
                                                                                 SKELETAL INJURIES: IN MASS
                                                                                 CASUALTY SITUATION,
                                                                                 PERFORMS GENERAL CASUALTY
                                                                                 TRAIGE. ADDITIONALLY,
                                                                                 DETERMINES LEVEL OF CARE
                                                                                 NECESSARY TO MANAGE
                                                                                 NEUROMUSCULOSKELETAL
                                                                                 INJURIES. UTILIZES LOCAL
                                                                                 PATIENT FLOW PATTERN TO
                                                                                 EXPEDITE CARE AND FACILITATE
                                                                                 RAPID RETURN TO DUTY OF
                                                                                 MINOR INJURIES.

                                                                                 TRAINING SOURCE:
                                                                                 PT RSV WEB-BASED TRAINING
      RT.F-RSVP-42B3-PERFORMS                                                    MODULE ( AFMSKX)-MUST HAVE
621   CASUALTY TRIAGE--EXPERTISE   ACUTE CARE 1b.                   26299        ID
                                                                                 CONDUCTS FOOD
                                                                                 VULNERABILITY ASSESSMENT:
                                                                                 CONDUCTS FOOD
                                                                                 VULNERABILITY STUDIES AND
                                                                                 RECOMMENDS CONTROL
                                                                                 MEASURES (WORK WITH FOOD
                                                                                 ACTIVITIES, CONTRACTING,
                                                                                 FORCE PROTECTION, AND OSI
                                                                                 FOR DEPLOYMENT SITES AND
                                                                                 FIXED INSTALLATIONS
                                                                                 OVERSEAS).

      RT.F-RSVP-43H3-CONDUCTS                                                    TRAINING SOURCES:
      FOOD VULNERABILITY           FOOD AND WATER SAFETY AND                     http://wwwsam.brooks.af.mil/web/eh/i
622   ASSESSMENT                   SECURITY 1B.                     26299        ndex.html
                                   b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                           COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                         DESCRIPTION              DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                              MAKES RETURN TO DUTY
                                                                              DETERMINATIONS: MAKES
                                                                              RETURN TO DUTY DECISIONS
                                                                              FOR INJURED PERSONNEL.
                                                                              COMPLETE APPROPRIATE
                                                                              PAPERWORK. PROVIDES
                                                                              FOLLOW-UP EVALUTION TO
                                                                              UPGRADE DUTY STATUS.
                                                                              IDENTIFIES THOSE INDIVIDUALS
                                                                              NOT MAKING PROGRESS AND
                                                                              REFERS THEM TO THE
                                                                              APPROPRIATE PROVIDER.

                                                                               TRAINING SOURCE:
                                                                               PT RSV WEB-BASED TRAINING
      RT.F-RSVP-42B3-MAKES RETURN                                              MODULE ( AFMSKX)- MUST HAVE
623   TO DUTY DETERMINATIONS      OTHER SPECIALTY 1a.             26299        ID

                                                                               CONDUCTS OFF-SITE
                                                                               CONSULTION: UTILIZES
                                                                               AVAILABLE COMMUNICATION
                                                                               RESOURCES SUCH AS VIDEO
                                                                               TELE-CONFERENCING,
                                                                               TELEPHONE, AND COMPUTER TO
                                                                               CONDUCT OFF-SITE MEDICAL
                                                                               CONSULTATION TO FORWARD
                                                                               LOCATION AND TO SOLICIT
                                                                               EXPERTISE OF HEALTHCARE
                                                                               PROFESSIONALS AT HIGHER
                                                                               ESCHALON FACILITES.

                                                                               TRAINING SOURCE:
                                                                               PT RSV WEB-BASED TRAINING
      RT.F-RSVP-42B3-CONDUCTS OFF-                                             MODULE (AFMSKX) - MUST HAVE
624   SITE CONSULTATION            OTHER SPECIALTY 1b.            26299        ID
                                    b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                            COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                          DESCRIPTION               DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                                EPIDEMIOLOGY AND
                                                                                COMMUNICABLE DISEASE
                                                                                CONTROL:
                                                                                PERFORMS SURVEILLANCE
                                                                                (MONITORS AND INVESTIGATES
                                                                                INCIDENTS OF ILLNESS OR
                                                                                INJURY ENCOUNTED
                                                                                PREDEPLOYMENT, AT THE SITE
                                                                                OF OPERATION, AND POST
                                                                                DEPLOYMENT, UTILIZING
                                                                                AVAILABLE DISEASE AND NON-
                                                                                BATTLE INJURY SURVEILLANCE
                                                                                SYSTEMS).
                                                                                PERFORMS APPROPRIARE
                                                                                INVESTIGATIONS (CONDUCTS
                                                                                PERSONAL INTERVIEWS AND
                                                                                PERFORMS EPIDEMIOLOGICAL
                                                                                INVESTIGATION FOR PERSONNEL
                                                                                SUSPECTED OF EXPOSURE TO A
                                                                                COMMUNICABLE DISEASE).
                                                                                REPORTS FINDINGS AND
                                                                                RECOMMENDS CONTROL
                                                                                MEASURES(PROVIDES WRITTEN
                                                                                AND ORAL BRIEFINGS ON
                                                                                PATIENT ILLNESSES AND INJURY
                                                                                TRENDS TO COMMANDERS,
                                                                                HEALTH CARE PROVIDERS, AND
                                                                                DEPLOYED PERSONNEL).
                                                                                COORDINATES PREVENTION
                                                                                ACTIVITIES(COORDINATES WITH
      RT.F-RSVP-43H3-EPIDEMIOLOGY                                               PHARMACY, IMMUNIZATION
      AND COMMUNICABLE DISEASE                                                  PERSONNEL, AND SUPPLY
625   CONTROL                       PREVENTIVE MEDICINE 1A.         26299       ABOUT AVAILIBILITY OF
                                 b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                         COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                       DESCRIPTION               DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                             EVALUATES FACILITIES:
                                                                             OBSERVES, EVALUATES AND
                                                                             MAKES FIELD HYGIENE AND
                                                                             SANITATION
                                                                             RECOMMENDATIONS IN
                                                                             QUARTERS, WORK AREAS,
                                                                             SHOWER/LATRINE FACILITIES,
                                                                             WASTE DISPOSAL, AND ANY
                                                                             OTHER LOCATIONS/ACTIVITIES
                                                                             NOT INCLUDED UNDER FOOD
                                                                             SAFETY.

                                                                              TRAINING SOURCES:
      RT.F-RSVP-43H3-EVALUATES                                                http://wwwsam.brooks.af.mil/web/eh/i
626   FACILITIES                 PREVENTIVE MEDICINE 1B.        26299         ndex.html
                                b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                        COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                      DESCRIPTION               DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                            CONDUCTS MEDICAL
                                                                            ENTOMOLOGY
                                                                            PROGRAM:(SURVEILLANCE, RISK
                                                                            ASSESSMENT AND
                                                                            RECOMMENDATIONS):
                                                                            CONDUCTS VECTOR-BORNE
                                                                            DISEASE SURVEILLANCE
                                                                            (COLLECTS SURVEILLANCE
                                                                            INFORMATION ON VECTOR
                                                                            POPULATIONS OR CONDUCTS
                                                                            NECESSARY SURVEILLANCE TO
                                                                            IDENTIFY VECTORS AT
                                                                            DEPLOYED SITE).
                                                                            2. IDENTIFIES VECTOR AND
                                                                            DETERMINES PUBLIC HEALTH
                                                                            SIGNIFICANCE OF DAMAGE OR
                                                                            INFESTATION.
                                                                            3. CORRECTLY PACKAGES AND
                                                                            SHIPS NECESSARY SAMPLES TO
                                                                            APPROPRIATE ENTOMOLOGY
                                                                            LABORATORY.
                                                                            4. WORKS CLOSELY WITH BASE
                                                                            CIVIL ENGINEERING (BCE)
                                                                            PERSONNEL AND LOCAL
                                                                            AUTHORITIES TO PRODUCE AN
                                                                            EFFECTIVE PEST MANAGEMENT
                                                                            PROGRAM DURING
                                                                            DEPLOYMENTS (PROVIDES
                                                                            INFORMATION ON THE IDENTITY,
                                                                            SIZE, LOCATION, AND THREAT OF
      RT.F-RSVP-43H3-CONDUCTS                                               THE TARGET VECTOR AND PEST
      MEDICAL ENTOMOLOGY                                                    POPULATION).
643   PROGRAM                   PREVENTIVE MEDICINE 1C.         26299       5. PERFORMS HEALTH RISK
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                                          COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                        DESCRIPTION               DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR

                                                                              PROVIDES HEARING
                                                                              CONSERVATION:
                                                                              1. SELECTS, FITS, AND ISSUES
                                                                              HEARING PROTECTION DEVICES
                                                                              TO INSTALLATION PERSONNEL.
                                                                              2. ESTABLISHES ADEQUATE
                                                                              STOCK LEVELS FOR HEARING
                                                                              PROTECTION DEVICES WITH
                                                                              MEDICAL SUPPLY.

                                                                              TRAINING SOURCES:
      RT.F-RSVP-43H3-PROVIDES                                                 http://wwwsam.brooks.af.mil/web/eh/i
644   HEARING CONSERVATION        PREVENTIVE MEDICINE 1D.        26299        ndex.html

                                                                              HUMANITARIAN ORGANIZATIONS
                                                                              AND AGENCIES:
                                                                              UNDERSTANDS AVAILABLE GO,
                                                                              NGO, AND OTHER CIVIL
                                                                              AGENCIES AND HOW THEY
                                                                              INTERACT WITH THE US
                                                                              MILITARY DURING
                                                                              HUMANITARIAN OPERATIONS.

                                                                              TRAINING SOURCES:
      RT.F-RSVP-43H3-HUMANITARIAN                                             http://wwwsam.brooks.af.mil/web/eh/i
645   ORGANIZATIONS AND AGENCIES PREVENTIVE MEDICINE 1D.         26299        ndex.html
                                  b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                          COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                        DESCRIPTION               DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR


                                                                              ADVISES ON HEALTH EFFECTS
                                                                              OF NBC/WMD WARFARE AGENTS:
                                                                              ADVISES MEDICAL AND LINE
                                                                              COMMANDERS AND PERSONNEL
                                                                              ON HEALTH EFFECTS OF
                                                                              NBC/WMD WARFARE AGENTS.

      RT.F-RSVP-43H3-ADVISES ON                                               TRAINING SOURCES:
      HEALTH EFFECTS OF NBC/WMD                                               http://wwwsam.brooks.af.mil/web/eh/i
646   WARFARE                     PREVENTIVE MEDICINE 1F.        26299        ndex.html
                                                                              PROVIDES CONSULTATION ON
                                                                              NBC EXPOSURE TO FOOD AND
                                                                              WATER:
                                                                              ADVISES MEDICAL AND LINE
                                                                              COMMANDERS ON HEALTH
                                                                              EFFECTS OF NBC/WMD
                                                                              WARFARE AGENTS AND
                                                                              EXPOSURE TO FOOD AND
                                                                              WATER SUPPLIES AND ADVISES
                                                                              LEADERSHIP ON PROPER
                                                                              DECOMTAMINATION
                                                                              PROCEDURES.

      RT.F-RSVP-43H3-PROVIDES                                                 TRAINING SOURCES:
      CONSULTATION ON NBC                                                     http://wwwsam.brooks.af.mil/web/eh/i
663   EXPOSURE TO FOOD            PREVENTIVE MEDICINE 1G.        26299        ndex.html
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                                            COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                          DESCRIPTION              DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR

                                                                               GATHERS AND BRIEFS MEDICAL
                                                                               INTELLIGENCE DATA,
                                                                               DETERMINES HEALTH THREAT:
                                                                               1. COLLECTS INFORMATION ON
                                                                               ENDEMIC DISEASES AND
                                                                               ILLNESSES, HAZARDOUS PLANTS
                                                                               AND ANIMALS, LOCAL MEDICAL
                                                                               ENTOMOLOGY AND PREVENTICE
                                                                               MEDICINE CAPABILITIES, AN
                                                                               OTHER FACTORS WHICH
                                                                               INFLUENCE IMPACT OF DISEASE
                                                                               VECTORS AND PESTS ON HUMAN
                                                                               PERFORMANCE.
                                                                               2. ASSISSES KNOWN OR
                                                                               ANTICIPATED THREAT AGENTS
                                                                               BY LIAISON WITH INTELLIGENCE
                                                                               SOURCES AND PLANNING
                                                                               PERSONNEL.
                                                                               3. ADVISE ON THREAT
                                                                               POTENTIAL AND RECOMMENDS
                                                                               COUNTERMEASURES TO DEPLOY
                                                                               FOR MANAGING RISK.

                                                                               TRAINING SOURCES:
                                                                               OPERATIONAL ENTOMOLOGY
      RT.F-RSVP-43M3-GATHERS AND                                               COURSE (B3OZY43M3000)
      BRIEFS MEDICAL INTELLIGENCE                                              ALTERNATING WITH PH CONOPS
664   DATA                          INTEL 1A.                     26299        (B3OZYCONOP000)
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                                          COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                       DESCRIPTION               DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR

                                                                             ASSISTS IN SITE SELECTION AN
                                                                             MAINTENANCE:
                                                                             1. COORDINATES WITH CE,LG,
                                                                             SV, AND SF TO ENSURE
                                                                             ENTOMOLOGICAL THREATS ARE
                                                                             CONSIDERED IN THE PLANNING
                                                                             PROCESS.
                                                                             2. BRIEFS MEDICAL AND LINE
                                                                             PERSONNEL PRIOR TO
                                                                             DEPLOYMENT TO ANOTHER SITE
                                                                             ON FACTORS WHICH COULD
                                                                             INFLUENCE IMPACT OF DISEASE
                                                                             VECTORS AND PESTS ON HUMAN
                                                                             PERFORMANCE AT THE SITE.
                                                                             3. OBSERVES, EVALUATES AND
                                                                             MAKES FIELD HYGIENE AND
                                                                             SANITATION
                                                                             RECOMMENDATIONS IN WORK
                                                                             AREAS, QUARTERS, AN ANY
                                                                             OTHER ACTIVITIES NOT
                                                                             INCLUDED UNDER FOOD
                                                                             SAFETY,INCLUDING OFF-
                                                                             CANTONMENT CONDITIONS THAT
                                                                             IMPACT TROOP HEALTH AND
                                                                             SAFETY.

                                                                             TRAINING SOURCES:
                                                                             OPERATIONAL ETOMOLOGY
                                                                             COURSE(B3OZY43M3000)
      RT.F-RSVP-43M3-ASSISTS IN SITE                                         ALTERNATING WITH PH CONOPS
665   SELECTION AND MAINTENANCE PUBLIC HEALTH 1A.               26299        (B3OZYCONOP000)
                                b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                        COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                      DESCRIPTION              DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR

                                                                           CONDUCTS DISEASE VECTOR
                                                                           AND PEST SURVEILLANCE AND
                                                                           MONITORING:
                                                                           1. SURVEYS DISEASE VECTORS
                                                                           AND MEDICAL PESTS AND USES
                                                                           SURVEILLANCE DATA TO ASSESS
                                                                           THREAT AND ESTABLISH
                                                                           VECTOR/PEST MANAGEMENT
                                                                           RECOMMENDATIONS FOR
                                                                           MODIFICATIONS BASED ON
                                                                           MEDICAL INPUT.

                                                                           TRAINING SOURCES:
                                                                           DOD PESTICIDE APPLICATOR
                                                                           CERTIFICATION AND
      RT.F-RSVP-43M3-CONDUCTS                                              RECERTIFICATION AND
      DISEASE VECTOR AND PEST                                              OPERATIONAL ENTOMOLOG
666   SURVEILLANCE              PUBLIC HEALTH 1B.             26299        COURSE (B3OZY43M3000).
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                                           COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                         DESCRIPTION              DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR


                                                                              COORDINATES PUBLIC HEALTH
                                                                              ENTOMOLOGY SURVEILLANCE
                                                                              ACTIONS WITH LOCAL AREA
                                                                              AGENCIES:
                                                                              1. COORDINATES SURVEILLANCE
                                                                              AND VECTOR-BORNE DISEASE
                                                                              CONTROL ACTIVITIES WITH
                                                                              LOCAL AGENCIES TO LEVERAGE
                                                                              LOCAL RESOURCES TO PROTECT
                                                                              DEPLOYED FORCES AND
                                                                              MINIMIZE RISKS TO TROOPS.
                                                                              2. PROVIDES INTERFACE WITH
                                                                              GO,NGO, AND OTHER CIVIL
                                                                              AGENCIES ON MEDICAL
                                                                              ENTOMOLOGY MATTERS AND
                                                                              FACILITATES THEIR
                                                                              INTERACTION WITH MILITARY.

                                                                              TRAINING SOURCES:
                                                                              OPERATIONAL ENTOMOLOGY
                                                                              COURSE (B3OZY43M3000)
                                                                              ALTERNATING WITH PH CONOPS
                                                                              (B3OZYCONOP000), COMBINED
      RT.F-RSVP-43M3-COORDINATES                                              HUMANITARIAN ASSISTANCE
      PUBLIC HLTH                                                             RESPONSE TRAINING (CHART)
667   ENTOMOLOGY/SURVEILLANCE      PUBLIC HEALTH 1C.             26299        COURSE.
                                   b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                           COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                        DESCRIPTION               DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR


                                                                              PROVIDES INTERFACE BETWEEN
                                                                              MEDICAL AND CIVIL
                                                                              ENGINEERING OPERATIONS FOR
                                                                              VECTOR/PEST CONTROL
                                                                              ACTIONS:
                                                                              1.PROVIDES MEDICAL AND CIVIL
                                                                              ENGINEERING COMMANDERS
                                                                              BEST APPROACH TO
                                                                              VECTOR/PEST CONTROL AND
                                                                              MANAGES CONTROL PROGRAM
                                                                              TO MAXIMIZE RISKS.
                                                                              2. INTERGRATES TROOP HEALTH
                                                                              AND SAFETY REQUIREMENTS
                                                                              FROM MEDICAL COMMANDER
                                                                              WITH CIVIL ENGINEERING
                                                                              ACTION IN CANTONMENT
                                                                              CONSTRUCTION, MAINTENANCE,
                                                                              AND VECTOR/PEST
                                                                              MANAGEMENT PROGRAM.

                                                                              TRAINING SOURCES:
                                                                              DOD PESTICIDE APPLICATOR
                                                                              CERTIFICATION AND
                                                                              RECERTIFICATION AND
                                                                              OPERATIONAL ENTOMOLOGY
      RT.F-RSVP-43M3-PROVIDES                                                 COURSE (B3OZY43M3000)
      INTERFACE BETWEEN MED/CIVIL                                             ALTERNATING WITH PH CONOPS
668   ENGINEERING                 PUBLIC HEALTH 1D.              26299        (B3OZYCONOP000)
                               b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                       COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                     DESCRIPTION              DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR

                                                                          DIRECTS DEPLOYED
                                                                          VECTOR/PEST CONTROL
                                                                          SUPPORT:
                                                                          1. DIRECTS VECTOR/PEST
                                                                          CONTROL SERVICES IF
                                                                          SURVEILLANCE SHOWS SEVERE
                                                                          OR POTENTIALL SEVERE
                                                                          VECTOR OR PEST PROBLEM
                                                                          WHICH COULD OVERWHELM
                                                                          RESOURCES ON HAND.
                                                                          2.PROVIDES ON-SITE AND LOCAL
                                                                          COORDINATION AND OVERSIGHT
                                                                          OF PEST CONTROL SUPPORT,
                                                                          AND ASSISTS IN CONTROL
                                                                          ACTIONS.

                                                                          TRAINING SOURCES:
                                                                          DOD PESTICIDE APPLICATOR
                                                                          CERTIFICATION AND
                                                                          RECERTIFICATION AND
                                                                          OPERATIONAL ENTOMOLOGY
      RT.F-RSVP-43M3-DIRECTS                                              COURSE (B3OZY43M3000)
      DEPLOYED VECTOR/PEST                                                ALTERNATING WITH PH CONOPS
669   CONTROL SUPPORT          PUBLIC HEALTH 1E.             26299        (B3OZYCONOP000)
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                                        COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                      DESCRIPTION              DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR

                                                                           PROVIDES ADVANCED SPECIFIC
                                                                           VECTOR/PEST CONTROL:
                                                                           1. ASSESSES NEED FOR AND
                                                                           PROVIDES ADVANCED CONTROL
                                                                           MEASURES FOR CONTROL OF
                                                                           DISEASE VECTOR AND PEST
                                                                           INVERTEBRATE AND
                                                                           VERTEBRATE ORGANISMS
                                                                           BEYOND THE CAPABILITY OF
                                                                           ORGANIC DEPLOYED ASSETS.

                                                                           TRAINING SOURCES:
                                                                           DOD PESTICIDE APPLICATIOR
                                                                           CERTIFICATION AND
      RT.F-RSVP-43M3-PROVIDES                                              RECERTIFICATION AND US NAVY
      ADVANCED SPECIFIC                                                    OPERATIONAL ENTOMOLOGY
670   VECTOR/PEST CONTROL       PUBLIC HEALTH 1F.             26299        COURSE.
                                  b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                          COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                        DESCRIPTION              DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                             ASSISTS IN ESTABLISHING FIELD
                                                                             LABORATORY DISEASE
                                                                             SURVEILLANCE & DIAGNOSIS
                                                                             SYSTEM:
                                                                             1. ASSISTS LABORATORY AND
                                                                             OTHER SUPPORT PERSONNEL IN
                                                                             ESTABLISHING SURVEILLANCE
                                                                             SYSTEM FOR VECTOR-BORNE
                                                                             DISEASE AND PUBLIC HEALTH
                                                                             PESTS OF DEPLOYED
                                                                             POPULATION.
                                                                             2. SPECIFICALLY ADDRESSES
                                                                             ADVANCED IDENTIFICATION OF
                                                                             DISEASE VECTOR AND PEST
                                                                             INVERTEBRATE AND
                                                                             VERTEBRATE THREAT TO
                                                                             PERSONNEL, WEAPONS
                                                                             SYSTEMS, AND MATERIEL.

                                                                              TRAINING SOURCES:
                                                                              DOD PESTICIDE APPLICATOR
                                                                              CERTIFICATION AND
                                                                              RECERTIFICATION AND US NAVY
      RT.F-RSVP-43M3-ASSISTS IN                                               OPERATIONAL ENTOMOLOGY
      ESTABLISHING FIELD                                                      COURSE.
671   LABORATORY DISEASE          PUBLIC HEALTH 1G.              26299
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                                          COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                        DESCRIPTION              DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR

                                                                             ADVISES ON HEALTH EFFECTS
                                                                             OF BIOLOGICAL AND CHEMICAL
                                                                             WARFARE AGENTS:
                                                                             ADVISES MEDICAL AND LINE
                                                                             COMMANDERS AND PERSONNEL
                                                                             ON POTENTIAL HEALTH EFFECTS
                                                                             OF NBC/WMD WARFARE AGENTS
                                                                             INVOLVING PESTICIDE
                                                                             APPLICATION EQUIPMENT AND
                                                                             BIOLOGICAL VECTORS.

                                                                             TRAINING SOURCES:
                                                                             DOD PESTICIDE APPLICATOR
                                                                             CERTIFICATION AND
                                                                             RECERTIFICATION AND
                                                                             OPERATIONAL ENTOMOLOGY
      RT.F-RSVP-43M3-ADVISES ON                                              COURSE(B3OZY43M3000)
      HEALTH EFFECTS OF                                                      ALTERNATING WITH PH CONOPS
672   BIOLOGICAL/CHEMICAL         NBC 1A.                       26299        (B3OZYCONOP000).

                                                                             PERFORMS EMERGENCY BLOOD
                                                                             COLLECTION PROCEDURES:
                                                                             SCREENS DONORS; COLLECT
                                                                             BLOOD; PROCESS BLOOD
                                                                             PRODUCTS; MINOR/MAJOR X-
                                                                             MATCH; LABEL BLOOD UNITS.
                                                                             (CFETP TASKS: 13.5-13.5.7)
                                                                             UTCS:FFANC, FFBU2, FFBU3,
                                                                             FFEP3, AND FFEP4.

                                                                             TRAINING SOURCES:
                                                                             BLOOD CD-ROM
      RT.F-RSVP-43TXX-PERFORMS                                               CIVILIAN/MILITARY BLOOD
      EMERGENCY BLOOD                                                        DRIVES
673   COLLECTION PROCEDURES       BLOOD SERVICES 1A.            26299
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                                         COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                       DESCRIPTION                  DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                                RECEIVES BLOOD INTO THE
                                                                                FACILITY:
                                                                                PROCESSES, STORES,
                                                                                INVENTORIES, SHIPS, DESTROYS
                                                                                PRODUCTS; ENSURES
                                                                                DOCUMENTATION IS
                                                                                APPROPRIATE/VALID; DBSS;
                                                                                PREPARE/TRANSMIT BLOOD
                                                                                REPORT INFO-
                                                                                MEDREDC/BLDREP. (CFETP
                                                                                TASKS:
                                                                                13.4.9.,13.4.12.,13.4.12.1.,13.4.12.2.,
                                                                                13.5.7.)UTC'S FFANC, FFBDI,
                                                                                FFBTP, FFBU2,
                                                                                FFBU3,FFEP3,FFEP4, FFLGC, AND
                                                                                FFLGD.

                                                                                     TRAINING SOURCES:
                                                                                     BLOOD CD-ROM
                                                                                     MTF BLOOD BANK
                                                                                     DONOR CENTER
      RT.F-RSVP-43TXX-RECEIVES                                                       DBSS CBT
674   BLOOD INTO THE FACILITY    BLOOD SERVICES 1B.                  26299           AFI 44-118
                                                                                     DIRECTS THEATER BLOOD
                                                                                     DISTRIBUTION/RESUPPLY:
                                                                                     PROVIDES MEDICAL C2 OF
                                                                                     BLOOD DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM.

      RT.F-RSVP-43TXX-DIRECTS                                                        TRAINING SOURCES:
      THEATER BLOOD              BLOOD SERVICES 1C. *** FOR                          CD-ROM
675   DISTRIBUTION/RESUPPLY      OFFICERS ONLY***                    26299           ASBPO TRAINING
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                                          COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                       DESCRIPTION                DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR



                                                                              PERFORMS BW TESTING:
                                                                              USES RAPID ANALYZER;
                                                                              ACCEPT/EXAMINE SWABS
                                                                              (CLINICAL/ENVIRONMENTAL);
                                                                              PROVIDE RISK ANALYSIS TO
                                                                              STAFF; PROCESS, ARCHIVE, SHIP
                                                                              BW REFERRALS; OPERATE
                                                                              REACHBACK SYSTEMS (CFETP
                                                                              TASK: 17.12) UTC FFBAT.

                                                                              TRAINING SOURCES:
                                                                              http://wwwusamriid.army.mil/educatio
                                                                              n/bluebook.html
                                                                              www.bt.cdc.gov/labissues/index.asp
                                                                              INTIAL TRAINING:
                                                                              BROOKS AFB
                                                                              LOCAL MTF LAB
                                                                              CD-ROM
                                                                              MTF PROFICIENCY TESTING
                                                                              AFFPBL BIODEFENSE LAB GUIDE

      RT.F-RSVP-43TXX-PERFORMS BW BIOLOGICAL WARFARE (BW)
678   TESTING                     TASKS 1A.                      26299
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                                         COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                       DESCRIPTION                 DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                               PERFORMS MICROBIOLOGY
                                                                               PROCEDURES AND REPORTS
                                                                               RESULTS:
                                                                               GRAM STAIN (PERFORM STAIN,
                                                                               INTERPRET, REPORT RESULT);
                                                                               URINE CULTURE(PLATE,
                                                                               INCUBATE, READ, IDENTIFY,
                                                                               ANTIBIOTIC SENSITIVITY),
                                                                               THROAT/STOOL/RESPIRATORY/B
                                                                               LOOD/WOUND (SAME AS URINE);
                                                                               URETHAL, EYE, NASAL, AND CSF
                                                                               CULTURES; OVA AND PARASITE(
                                                                               CONCENTRATION
                                                                               PROCEDURE/TRICHROME STAIN);
                                                                               RECOGNIZE BW AGENTS IN
                                                                               CLINICAL CULTURES.(CFETP
                                                                               TASKS 17.1-17.11) UTC'S FFANC,
                                                                               FFBU2, FFBU3, FFEP3, AND
                                                                               FFEP4.

                                                                                 TRAINING SOURCES:
                                                                                 https://kx.afms.mil/ancillary lab
                                                                                 http://www.btcdc.gov/labissues/index.
                                                                                 asp
      RT.F-RSVP-43TXX-PERFORMS                                                   LAB/MTF TRAINING AND
      MICROBIOLOGY PROCEDURES                                                    COMPETENCY
679   AND REPORTS                MICROBIOLOGY SERVICES 1A.         26299         ASSESSMENT TRAINING
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                                         COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                       DESCRIPTION                DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR

                                                                              DEVELOPS DISASTER AND
                                                                              CONTINGENCY PLANS:
                                                                              DEVELOPS AND MAINTAINS
                                                                              HEALTH PHYSICS DISASTER AND
                                                                              CONTINGENCY PLANS TO
                                                                              INCLUDE SURVIVABILITY
                                                                              PLANNING.

                                                                              COURSES:
                                                                              1.RADIOLOGICAL ACCIDENT
                                                                              COMMAND CONTROL & COMM
                                                                              2. NUCLEAR EMERGENCY
                                                                              PLANNING
                                                                              3. CONSEQUENCES OF
                                                                              TERRORISM, INTEGRATED
                                                                              EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT
                                                                              4. RADIOLOGICAL EMERGENCY
                                                                              MANAGEMENT

                                                                              READINGS:
                                                                              1. DOD 3150.8M NUCLEAR
                                                                              ACCIDENT RESPONSE
                                                                              PROCEDURES MANUAL
                                                                              2. ACR DISASTER
                                                                              PREPAREDNESS FOR
                                                                              RADIOLOGICAL PROFESSIONALS
                                                                              3. NCRP 138 MANAGEMENT OF
                                                                              TERRORIST EVENTS INVOLVING
      RT.F-RSVP-43Y3-DEVELOPS                                                 RADIOACTIVE MATERIAL
      DISASTER AND CONTINGENCY   EXPEDITIONARY OPERATIONS
680   PLANS                      1A.                             26299
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                                         COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                       DESCRIPTION                DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                              CONDUCT RADIOLOGICAL
                                                                              ASSESSMENTS THROUGH
                                                                              COMPUTATION AND MODELING:
                                                                              PROVIDE MODELING
                                                                              ASSESSMENT OF AREAS
                                                                              IMPACTED BY RADILOGICAL
                                                                              INCIDENTS OR ACCIDENTS.
                                                                              SUPPORT MODELING
                                                                              VALIDATION EFFORTS. ASSIST IN
                                                                              THE NBC CELL ON RADIATION
                                                                              FALLOUT AND YIELD ESTIMATION
                                                                              CALCULATIONS. ASSESSES
                                                                              SOURCE TERMS AND
                                                                              METEOROLOGICAL DATA TO
                                                                              ESTIMATE AIRBORNE
                                                                              RADIOACTIVITY DISPERSAL.
                                                                              PROVIDES DETAILED
                                                                              INFORMATION ON HAZARDS
                                                                              IDENTIFIED AND POSSIBLE
                                                                              PLUME DISPERSAL PATTERN.

                                                                               TRAINING SOURCES:
                                                                               COURSES:
                                                                               HAZARD PREDICTION AND
                                                                               ASSESSMENT CAPABILITY
      RT.F-RSVP-43Y3-CONDUCT                                                   (BASIC/ADVANCED)
      RADIOLOGICAL ASSESSMENTS                                                 CONSEQUENCE ASSESSMENT
681   THROUGH                    RADIATION ASSESSMENT 1A.         26299        TOOL SET(BASIC COURSE)
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                                            COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                          DESCRIPTION              DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                               CONDUCTS FIELD RADIATION
                                                                               SURVEYS AND PROVIDES
                                                                               REPORTS:
                                                                               CONDUCTS SURVEYS USING
                                                                               HAND-HELD, SURFACE VEHICLE
                                                                               MOUNTED OR AERIAL VEHICLE
                                                                               MOUNTED RADIAN SYSTEMS TO
                                                                               ASSESS RADIOLOGICALLY
                                                                               CONTAMINATED AREAS.
                                                                               PLOTS CONTAMINATED AREAS
                                                                               AND PROVIDES NBC REPORTS
                                                                               AND WARNINGS.
                                                                               PERFORMS RECONNAISSANCE
                                                                               AND REVIEWS INTELLIGENCE
                                                                               REPORTS OF POTENTIAL SITE
                                                                               LOCATIONS TO DETERMINE
                                                                               SOURCES OF POLLUTION AND
                                                                               EVIDENCE OF FIELD
                                                                               CONTAMINATION.
                                                                               OVERSEE THE SITE SELECTION
                                                                               PROCESS OF MEDICAL UNIT
                                                                               DEPLOYMENT LOCATION.
                                                                               PROVIDE CONSULTATION AND
                                                                               HELP CE READINESS FLIGHT
                                                                               PERSONNEL PREPARE OR
                                                                               REVISE THE INSTALLATION
                                                                               DEPLOYMENT PLAN FOR NBC
                                                                               DETECTORS AND MONITORING
                                                                               ASSETS.

      RT.F-RSVP-43Y3-CONDUCTS                                                  TRAINING SOURCES:
      FIELD RADIATION SURVEYS AND                                              COURSES:
683   PROVIDES                      FIELD RADIATION 1A.           26299        RADIOLOGICAL EMERGENCY
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                                         COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                       DESCRIPTION               DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR



                                                                             CONDUCTS INJURY PREVENTION
                                                                             ACTIONS AND PROGRAMS:
                                                                             COLLECTS DATA ON INJURIES
                                                                             SEEN DURING DEPLOYMENT.
                                                                             IDENTIFIES POTENTIAL CAUSES
                                                                             OF NEUROMUSCULOSKETAL
                                                                             INJURY AND PREVENTION
                                                                             ACTIONS BASED ON DATA
                                                                             TRENDS. ACTIONS MAY INCLUDE:
                                                                             STRENGTH AND FITNESS
                                                                             PROGRAMS TO ENHANCE FOR
                                                                             READINESS, WORK-SITE
                                                                             ERGONOMIC ASSESSMENTS, JOB-
                                                                             SPECIFIC FITNESS TRAINING, AS
                                                                             WELL AS, INJURY PREVENTION
                                                                             EDUCATION. COORDINATES
                                                                             EFFORT WITH SAFETY OFFICE,
                                                                             MILITARY PUBLIC HEALTH, AND
                                                                             BIOENVIROMENTAL
                                                                             ENGINEERING.

                                                                             TRAINING SOURCE:
      RT.F-RSVP-42B3-CONDUCTS                                                PT RSV WEB-BASED TRAINING
      INJURY PREVENTION ACTION                                               MODULE (AFMSKX) - MUST HAVE
684   AND PROGRAMS               PREVENTIVE MEDICINE 1a.        26299        ID
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                                       COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                     DESCRIPTION              DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                          GUIDE AND CONDUCT
                                                                          RADIOLOGY SAMPLING
                                                                          OPERATIONS FOR BIOLOGICAL
                                                                          AND ENVIRONMENTAL MEDIA:
                                                                          CONDUCTS OR GUIDES AIR
                                                                          SAMPLING.
                                                                          DETEMINES THE NEED AND
                                                                          LOCATION FOR INITIAL
                                                                          MONITORING POINTS.
                                                                          CONDUCTS AIR SAMPLING, AND
                                                                          ADVISES COMMANDERS ON
                                                                          RESULTS AFTER NUCLEAR
                                                                          WEAPONS ATTACK.
                                                                          COLLECTS OR DIRECTS
                                                                          COLLECTION OF
                                                                          ENVIRONMENTAL MEDIA (SOIL,
                                                                          WATER, PLANTS, FISH),
                                                                          FOODSTUFFS (MILK) AND
                                                                          BIOASSAY SAMPLES (URINE,
                                                                          FECES) TO ASSESS LEVELS OF
                                                                          POTENTIAL CONTAMINATION.
                                                                          ANALYZES ENVIRONMENTAL AND
                                                                          BIOLOGICAL SAMPLES FOR
                                                                          RADIONUCLIDE CONTENT.

                                                                          TRAINING SOURCES:
                                                                          COURSES:
                                                                          AIR SAMPLING FOR RADIOACTIVE
                                                                          MATERIALS
                                                                          ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING.
      RT.F-RSVP-43Y3-GUIDE &
      CONDUCT RADIOLOGICAL                                                READINGS:
685   SAMPLING OPERATIONS      FIELD RADIATION 1B.           26299        NCRP 65 MANAGEMENT OF
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                                        COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                      DESCRIPTION                  DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR

                                                                               ASSESSES INTERNAL EXPOSURE
                                                                               FROM RADIONUCLIDES DURING
                                                                               CONTINGENCIES:
                                                                               UTILIZES FIELD MONITORING
                                                                               AND SAMPLING DATA, AND
                                                                               ANALYSIS RESULTS FROM
                                                                               BIOASSAY SAMPLES TO
                                                                               ESTIMATE INTAKES OF
                                                                               RADIONUCLIDES AND
                                                                               SUBSEQUENT HUMAN INTERNAL
                                                                               DOSE.

                                                                               TRAINING SOURCES:
                                                                               COURSES:
                                                                               OCCUPATIONAL INTERNAL
                                                                               DOSIMETRY
                                                                               INTERNAL DOSIMETRY AND
                                                                               GAMMA SPECTROSCOPY

                                                                               READING:
                                                                               NCRP 65 MANAGEMENT OF
      RT.F-RSVP-43Y3-ASSESSES                                                  PERSONS ACCIDENTALLY
      INTERNAL EXPOSURE FROM                                                   CONTAMINATED WITH
686   RADIONUCLIDES             HEALTH RISK ASSESSMENT 1A.        26299        RADIONUCLIDES
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                                          COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                        DESCRIPTION                  DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                                 EYE INJURY: EVALUATES
                                                                                 CONDITIONS AND PROPER
                                                                                 DECISIONS ABOUT THE
                                                                                 MANAGEMENT AND TREATMENT
                                                                                 OF CHEMICAL, IONIZING
                                                                                 RADIATION, BLUNT
                                                                                 TRUAMA/EXPLOSIVE, AND LASER
                                                                                 INJURIES TO THE EYE AND
                                                                                 ADNEXA.

                                                                                  TRAINING SOURCE:
                                                                                  LESSON PLAN, STUDY GUIDE,
687   RT.F-RSVP-42E3-EYE INJURY   OCULAR HEALTH 1a.                 26299         HANDOUTS POWERPOINT

                                                                                  ASSESSES EXTERNAL
                                                                                  EXPOSURE FROM
                                                                                  RADIONUCLIDES DONE
                                                                                  CONTINGENCIES:
                                                                                  UTILIZES FIELD MEASUREMENTS
                                                                                  ADN ANALYSIS OF FIELD ISSUED
                                                                                  PERSONNEL DOSIMETRY TO
                                                                                  ESTIMATE EXTERNAL DOSE.

                                                                                  TRAINING SOURCES:
                                                                                  COURSE:
                                                                                  HEALTH PHYSICS IN RADIATION
                                                                                  ACCIDENTS (DOE/REAC/TS)

                                                                                  READINGS:
                                                                                  STANAG 2473E1 COMMANDERS
                                                                                  GUIDE ON LOW LEVEL
                                                                                  RADIATION EXPOSURE
      RT.F-RSVP-43Y3-ASSESSES                                                     NCRP 138 MANAGEMENT OF
      EXTERNAL EXPOSURE FROM                                                      TERRORIST EVENTS INVOLVING
688   RADIONUCLIDES               HEALTH RISK ASSESSMENT 1B.        26299         RADIOACTIVE MATERIAL.
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                                           COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                         DESCRIPTION              DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR

                                                                              EYE DISEASE: EVALUATES
                                                                              CONDITIONS AND PROPER
                                                                              DECISIONS ABOUT THE
                                                                              MANAGEMENT AND TREATMENT
                                                                              OF COMMON EYE DISEASE AND
                                                                              EYE DISESES IN DEVELOPING
                                                                              NATIONS INCLUDING
                                                                              CONJUCTIVITIS, KERATITIS,
                                                                              CORNEAL ABRASIONS, ACUTE
                                                                              UVEITIS, ACUTE GLAUCOMA,
                                                                              OCULAR TRACHOMA, HERPETIC
                                                                              EYE CONDITIONS.

                                                                              TRAINING SOURCE:
                                                                              LESSON PLAN, STUDY GUIDE,
689   RT.F-RSVP-42E3-EYE DISEASE   OCULAR HEALTH 1a.             26299        HANDOUTS POWERPOINT
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                                            COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                          DESCRIPTION                  DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                                   IDENTIFY AND ASSESS NON-
                                                                                   IONIZING RADIATION HAZARDS IN
                                                                                   THEATER:
                                                                                   IDENTIFY AND QUANTIFY HAZARD
                                                                                   FROM OFFENSIVE USE OF NON-
                                                                                   IONIZING RADIATION PRODUCING
                                                                                   DEVICES SUCH AS LASER AND
                                                                                   RADIOFREQUENCY RADIATION
                                                                                   DEVICES.

                                                                                    TRAINING SOURCES:
                                                                                    COURSES:
                                                                                    LASER SAFETY ( OFFICER
                                                                                    COURSE)
                                                                                    LASER/OPTICAL AND
                                                                                    RF/MICROWAVE RADIATION
                                                                                    SAFETY
      RT.F-RSVP-43Y3-IDENTIFY &
      ASSESS NON-IONIZING                                                           READING:
690   RADIATION HAZARDS             HEALTH RISK ASSESSMENT 1C.        26299         OSHA LASER SAFETY

                                                                                    PROVIDES EYE CARE SERVICES
                                                                                    IN AUSTERE LOCATION:
                                                                                    UNDERSTAND FACTS AND
                                                                                    PRINCIPLES OF THE
                                                                                    DEPLOYABLE OPTOMETRIC TEAM
                                                                                    CONOPS AND EQUIPMENT

                                                                                    TRAINING SOURCE:
      RT.F-RSVP-42E3-PROVIDES EYE   DEPLOYABLE OPTOMETRIC TEAM                      LESSON PLAN, STUDY GUIDE,
691   CARE SERVICES                 1a.                               26299         HANDOUTS, POWERPOINT
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                                          COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                        DESCRIPTION              DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR

                                                                             OPTHALMIC DEVICES SUPPORT:
                                                                             UNDERSTAND FACTS AND
                                                                             PRINCIPLES ABOUT OPTHALMIC
                                                                             DEVICE SUPPORT FOR THE
                                                                             WARFIGHTER TO INCLUDE
                                                                             PRESCRIBING SPECTACLES, THE
                                                                             AIRCREW SOFT CONTACT LENS
                                                                             PROGRAM AND EVALUATION,
                                                                             FITTING AND USE OF NIGHT
                                                                             VISION DEVICES.

                                                                             TRAINING SOURCE:
      RT.F-RSVP-42E3-OPHTHALMIC                                              LESSON PLAN, STUDY GUIDE,
692   DEVICE SUPPORT              OPTHALMIC DEVICES             26299        HANDOUTS, POWERPOINT
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                                          COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                        DESCRIPTION              DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                             ADVISES ON HEALTH EFFECTS
                                                                             OF RADIATION , AND PATIENT
                                                                             MANAGEMENT:
                                                                             PROVIDE GUIDANCE ON MEDICAL
                                                                             EFFECTS AND TOXICOLOGY OF
                                                                             RADIOACTIVE MATERIAL AND
                                                                             RADIATION PRODUCING
                                                                             DEVICES.

                                                                             TRAINING SOURCES:
                                                                             COURSES:
                                                                             MEDICAL EFFECTS OF IONIZING
                                                                             RADIATION
                                                                             MEDICAL PLANNING AND CARE IN
                                                                             RADIATION EMERGENCIES
                                                                             (DOE/REAC/TS)

                                                                             READINGS:
                                                                             AFM 44-161 (1) FM 4-02.283,
                                                                             TREATMENT OF NUCLEAR AND
                                                                             RADIOLOGICAL CASUALTIES
                                                                             AFRRI MEDICAL MANAGEMENT
                                                                             OF RADIOLOGICAL CASUALTIES
                                                                             99-2
                                                                             NATO HANDBOOK ON THE
                                                                             MEDICAL ASPECTS OF NBC
                                                                             DEFENSIVE OPERATIONS (AMED
                                                                             P-6 NUCLEAR)
                                                                             NCRP 138 MANAGEMENT OF
                                                                             TERRORIST EVENTS INVOLVING
      RT.F-RSVP-43Y3-ADVISES ON                                              RADIOACTIVE MATERIAL
      HEALTH EFFECTS OF                                                      NCRP 65 MANAGEMENT OF
693   RADIATION/PT MANAGE         CONSULTATION 1A.              26299        PERSONS ACCIDENTALLY
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                                          COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                        DESCRIPTION              DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                             CONSULTATION SERVICES:
                                                                             UNDERSTAND FACTS AND
                                                                             PRINCIPLES ABOUT VISION
                                                                             CONSERVATION, NIGHT VISION
                                                                             OPERATION, THE WARFIGHTER
                                                                             PRK PROGRAM AND
                                                                             BALLISTIC/LASER EYE
                                                                             PROTECTION

                                                                              TRAINING SOURCE:
      RT.F-RSVP-42E3-CONSULTATION                                             LESSON PLAN, STUDY GUIDE,
694   SERVICES                    CONSULTATION 1a.              26299         HANDOUTS, POWERPOINT
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                                         COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                       DESCRIPTION              DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                            ADVISE ON THEATRE
                                                                            CONTINGENCY RADIOLOGICAL
                                                                            HEALTH ISSUES/PROTECTION:
                                                                            ADVISES SRC COMMANDER ON
                                                                            RADIOLOGICAL HEALTH ISSUES.
                                                                            RECOMMENDS MOPP LEVELS
                                                                            AND VARIATIONS BASED ON
                                                                            REALISTIC NBC AGENT
                                                                            EXPOSURE POTENTIAL.

                                                                             RECOMMENDS SPECIFIC PPE,
                                                                             WORK/REST CYCLE, AND FLUID
                                                                             INTAKE.
                                                                             ADVISE ON PREVENTIVE
                                                                             MEASURES AND MEDICAL
                                                                             EFFECTS OF THOSE MEASURES
                                                                             FOR NUCLEAR ATTACK.
                                                                             DETERMINES, IMPLEMENTS AND
                                                                             EVALUATES CONTROLS TO
                                                                             MAINTAIN EXPOSURES AS LOW
                                                                             AS REASONABLY ACHIEVABLE.
                                                                             CONDUCTS OPERATIONAL RISK
                                                                             MANAGEMENT WITH EMPHASIS
                                                                             ON RADIATION HEALTH RISKS.

                                                                             TRAINING SOURCES:
                                                                             COURSES:
                                                                             HEALTH PHYSICS IN RADIATION
                                                                             ACCIDENTS (DOE/REAC/TS)

      RT.F-RSVP-43Y3-ADVISE ON                                               READINGS:
      THEATRE CONTINGENCY                                                    FM3-3-1 NUCLEAR
695   RADIOLOGICAL               CONSULTATION 1B.              26299         CONTAMINATION AVOIDANCE
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                                           COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                         DESCRIPTION              DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                              TRAUMA LIFE SUPPORT:
                                                                              SUCCESSFUL COMPLETION OF A
                                                                              PROVIDER-LEVEL TRAUMA CARE
                                                                              COURSE. PRE-HOSPITAL AND
                                                                              SMALL-FACILITY- CAPABLE
                                                                              EMERGENT STABILIZATION
                                                                              SKILLS.

                                                                              TRAINING SOURCE:
                                                                              1) AUDIT ATLS COURSE OR DO
                                                                              EMERGENCY PROCEDURES (
                                                                              ANIMALS LAB) COURSE AT
                                                                              MILITARY CLINICAL
                                                                              INVESTIGATION FACILITY.
      RT.F-RSVP-42G3-TRAUMA LIFE   EMERGENCY PROCEDURES:                      2) PHTLS ( AT C4 OR OTHER)
696   SUPPORT                      MAJOR 1a.                     26299
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                                          COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                       DESCRIPTION               DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                             ADVISES ON AND SUPPORTS
                                                                             CONTAMINATION CONTROL:
                                                                             ADVISE ON PROCERDURES ADN
                                                                             WQUIPMENT TO
                                                                             DECONTAMINATE CASUALTIES,
                                                                             FACILITIRS, EQUIPMENT IN AN
                                                                             RADILOLGICAL ENVIRONMENT.
                                                                             GUIDES MITIGATION ACTIVITIESS
                                                                             TO FIX/REMOVE SOURCE OF
                                                                             CONTAMINATION.
                                                                             ASSISTS AND ADVISES ON
                                                                             MONITORING AND
                                                                             CONTAMINATION CONTROL
                                                                             ACTIONS.
                                                                             ESTABLISHES AN INITIAL
                                                                             CONTAMINATION CONTROL
                                                                             STATION (CCS)
                                                                             ADVISES ON RADIOACTIVE
                                                                             WASTE MANAGEMENT.

                                                                              TRAINING SOURCES:
                                                                              COURSES:
                                                                              WMD RADIOLOGICAL/NUCLEAR
                                                                              RESPONDER OPERATIONS
                                                                              COURSE (MOBILE TRAINING
                                                                              TEAM [MTT])

                                                                              READINGS:
                                                                              FM 3-3-1 NUCLEAR
                                                                              CONTAMINATION AVOIDANCE
      RT.F-RSVP-43Y3-ADVISES ON                                               MULTISERVICE TTPS FOR NBC
      AND SUPPORTS CONTAMINATION                                              CONSEQUENCE MANAGEMENT
697   CONTROL                    CONSULTATION 1C.                26299        NCRP 138 MANAGEMENT OF
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                                           COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                         DESCRIPTION              DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR

                                                                              ADVANCED CARDIAC LIFE
                                                                              SUPPORT (ACLS) PEDIATRIC
                                                                              ADVANCED LIFE SUPPORT (
                                                                              PALS) SUCCESSFUL
                                                                              COMPLETION OF ACLS COURSE.
                                                                              SUCCESSFUL COMPLETION OF A
                                                                              PALS COURSE AND REVIEW OF
                                                                              EMERGENT DELIVERIES IF
                                                                              HUMANITARIAN MISSION
                                                                              EXPECTED.

      RT.F-RSVP-42G3-ADVANCED      EMERGENCY PROCEDURES:                      TRAINING SOURCE:
698   CARDIAC LIFE SUPPORT         MAJOR 1b.                     26299        MTF EDUCATION & TRAINING


                                                                              URGENT CARE: MINOR SURGICAL
                                                                              TECHNIQUES, ASSISTING AT
                                                                              SURGERY, WOUND CLOSURE
                                                                              TECHNIQUES, INJURY
                                                                              STABILIZATION.

                                                                              TRAINING SOURCE:
                                   EMERGENCY PROCEDURES:                      ED, OR AND/OR SURGICAL CLINIC
699   RT.F-RSVP-42G3-URGENT CARE   MINOR                         26299        EXPERIENCE IF NOT PART
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                                      COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                    DESCRIPTION              DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR


                                                                         TREATS COMBAT STRESS:
                                                                         PERFORMS AN INITIALS
                                                                         EVALUATION OF INDIVIDUAL
                                                                         WHO IS SUFFERING COMBAT
                                                                         STRESS TO DETERMINE IF THE
                                                                         PATIENT NEEDS REFERRAL TO
                                                                         MENTAL HEALTH. TREATS THOSE
                                                                         THAT CAN BE RETURNED TO
                                                                         DUTY WITHOUT MENTAL HEALTH.

                                                                         TRAINING SOURCE:
                                                                         1) MTF LIFE SKILLS
      RT.F-RSVP-42G3-TREATS                                              2) CRITICAL INCIDENT STRESS
700   COMBAT STRESS           MENTAL HEALTH 1a.             26299        MANAGEMENT ( CISM) TRAINING
                                                                         CHIEF, HOSPITAL SERVICES:
                                                                         ONE YEAR'S EXPERIENCE AS
                                                                         SGH OR COMPLETION OF SGH
                                                                         COURSE.

                                                                         TRAINING SOURCES:

      RT.F-RSVP-44A3-CHIEF,                                              SGH COURSE
701   HOSPITAL SERVICES       EXECUTIVE SKILLS 1A.          26299        1 YR. EXPERIENCE AS SGH
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                                           COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                        DESCRIPTION               DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR

                                                                              AIR EVACUATION SYSTEM:
                                                                              FAMILIARIZE WITH ACCESS TO
                                                                              BASIC AIR EVAC RESOURCES
                                                                              AND CAPABILITIES. TRIAGES
                                                                              PATIENTS TO CORRECT
                                                                              EVACUATION PRIORITY BASED
                                                                              ON PATIENT ACUITY, THE
                                                                              TACTICAL SITUATION, AVAILABLE
                                                                              RESOURCES AND CULTURAL
                                                                              FACTORS. EMPHASIS ON NEED
      RT.F-RSVP-42G3-AIR                                                      TO PROVIDE LOCAL CARE WHEN
702   EVACUATION SYSTEM           AIR EVACUATION                 26299        POSSIBLE.


                                                                              EXPOSURES TO CBRNE AGENTS:
                                                                              RECOGNIZE PROBABLE SIGNS OF
                                                                              CHEMICAL, BIOLOGICAL,
                                                                              RADIOLOGICAL AND NUCLEAR
                                                                              EXPLOSIVES AGENTS EXPOSURE
                                                                              INITIATE APPROPRIATE
                                                                              TREATMENT AND/OR
                                                                              SUPPORTIVE MEASURES.

                                                                              TRAINING SOURCE:
                                                                              USAMRIIO/USAMRICD TRAINING
                                                                              PROGRAMS
      RT.F-RSVP-42G3-EXPOSURES TO                                             (HTTP:WWW.USAMRIID.ARMY.MIL
703   CBRNE AGENTS                CBRNE 1a.                      26299        /EDUCATION/)
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                                             COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                           DESCRIPTION                DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                                  TRAUMA MANAGEMENT:
                                                                                  TRIAGE, EVALUATE, AND
                                                                                  MANAGE PATIENTS USING
                                                                                  ADVANCED TRAUMA LIFE
                                                                                  SUPPORT (ATLS) PROTOCOLS.

                                                                                  TRAINING SOURCES:
      RT.F-RSVP-44E3-TRAUMA          TRAUMA AND CRITICAL CARE                     MTF OR ALTERNATE SUCH AS
704   MANAGEMENT                     MANAGEMENT 1A.                  26299        MOONLIGHTING OR CSTARS

                                                                                  UNCOMMON ILLNESSES: REVIEW
                                                                                  DISEASE/ILLNESSES UNCOMMON
                                                                                  IN US PRACTICE THAT MAY BE
                                                                                  SEEN COMMONLY IN THE
                                                                                  DELOYED ENVIRONMENT TO
                                                                                  INCLUDE INFECTIOUS DIARRHEA,
                                                                                  TUBERCULOSIS, MALARIA, AND
                                                                                  OTHER PARASITIC DISEASES.

                                                                                  TRAINING SOURCE:
      RT.F-RSVP-42G3-UNCOMMON                                                     USAMIRIID/USAMRICD TRAINING
705   ILLNESS                        INFECTION DISEASE               26299        PROGRAMS
                                                                                  CRITICAL MANAGEMENT:
                                                                                  INTIAL MANAGEMENT OF
                                                                                  CRITICALLY ILL PATIENTS
                                                                                  INCLUDING MANAGEMENT OF
                                                                                  CARDIAC AND PULMONARY
                                                                                  DISORDERS AND THE USE OF
                                                                                  VASOACTIVE MEDICATIONS.

                                                                                  TRAINING SOURCES:
      RT.F-RSVP-44E3-CRITICAL CARE   TRAUMA AND CRITICAL CARE                     MTF OR ALTERNATE SUCH AS
706   MANAGEMENT                     MANAGEMENT 1B.                  26299        MOONLIGHTING OR CSTARS
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                                       COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                     DESCRIPTION                DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                            SECURES PATIENTS AIRWAY:
                                                                            ASSESS PATIENT'S AIRWAY
                                                                            STATUS, DETERMINES
                                                                            APPROPRIATE INTERVENTION,
                                                                            AND USING CORRECT
                                                                            TECHNIQUES, SECURES THE
                                                                            AIRWAY THROUGH THE USE OF
                                                                            AN ENDOTRACHEAL TUBE,
                                                                            LARYGEAL-MASK AIRWAY, OR BY
                                                                            PERFORMANCE OF A
                                                                            CRICOTHYROIDOTOMY.
                                                                            PERFORMS APPROPRIATE
                                                                            DIGNOSTIC TECHNIQUES TO
                                                                            ENSURE ADEQUATE
                                                                            OXYGENGATION AND
                                                                            VENTILATION.

                                                                             TRAINING SOURCE:
                                                                             MTF OR ALTERNATE SUCH AS
      RT.F-RSVP-44E3-SECURES                                                 MOONLIGHTING OR CSTARS OR
707   PATIENTS AIRWAY          EMERGENCY PROCEDURES 1A.        26299         PROCEDURE LABORATORY
                                   b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                           COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                         DESCRIPTION                DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR

                                                                                ESTABLISHES ADVANCED
                                                                                INTRAVENOUS ACCESS:
                                                                                ESTABLISHES INTRAVENOUS
                                                                                ACCESS THROUGH THE
                                                                                PERCUTANEOUS INSERTION OF
                                                                                AN INTRAVENOUS CATHETER
                                                                                INTO AN INTERNAL JUGULAR,
                                                                                FEMORAL OR SUBCLAVIAN VEIN.
                                                                                ESTABLISHES INTRAVENOUS
                                                                                ACCESS BY VENOUS CUTDOWN
                                                                                INCLUDING INCISION, VEIN
                                                                                IDENTIFICATION, CATHETER
                                                                                INSERTION UNDER DIRECT
                                                                                VISUALIZATION AND SUTURING
                                                                                OF INCISION.

                                                                                TRAINING SOURCES:
      RT.F-RSVP-44E3-ESTABLISHES                                                MTF OR ALTERNATE SUCH AS
      ADVANCED INTRAVENOUS                                                      MOONLIGHTING OR CSTARS OR
708   ACCESS                       EMERGENCY PROCEDURES 1B.        26299        PROCEDURE LABORATORY
                                b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                        COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                      DESCRIPTION                DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR

                                                                             PERFORMS THORACOSTOMY:
                                                                             USING APPROPRIATE
                                                                             TECHNIQUES, POSITIONS THE
                                                                             PATIENT, INJECTS, INJECTS
                                                                             INFILTRATIVE ANESTHESIA, AND
                                                                             CORRECTLY INSERTS A NEEDLE
                                                                             TO THORACOSTOMY TUBE INTO
                                                                             THE PATIENT'S CHEST CAVITY.
                                                                             APPROPRIATELY SECURES
                                                                             CHEST TUBE, APPLIES
                                                                             OCCLUSIVE DRESSING, AND
                                                                             ATTACHES THE TUBE TO ONE-
                                                                             WAY VALVE OR WATER SEAL.

                                                                             TRAINING SOURCE:
                                                                             MTF OR ALTERNATE SUCH AS
      RT.F-RSVP-44E3-PERFORMS                                                MOONLIGHTING OR CSTARS OR
709   THORACOSTOMY              EMERGENCY PROCEDURES 1C.        26299        PROCEDURE LABORATORY
                                  b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                          COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                        DESCRIPTION                DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR

                                                                               AEROSPACE MEDICINEFIELD
                                                                               OPERATIONS: PROVIDES
                                                                               FOOD/WATER SURVEILLANCE,
                                                                               DISEASE SURVEILLANCE,
                                                                               FACILITY SANITATION
                                                                               EVALUATION, FOOD SAFETY
                                                                               INSPECTIONS, WATER
                                                                               TESTING/TREATMENT; WET BULB-
                                                                               GLOBE READINGS ETC. BASIC
                                                                               SUPPLY SYSTEM ORIENTATION.

                                                                               TRAINING SOURCE:
                                                                               IDMT REFRESHER TRAINING

                                                                               ADDITIONAL SOURCE:
                                                                               PUBLIC HEALTH CONOPS
                                                                               COURSE ( COURSE NUMBER
                                                                               B3OZYCONOP-00) ( ATTEND ONLY
                                                                               ONCE) (
                                                                               HTTP://WWWSAM.BROOKS
                                                                               .AF.MIL/WEB/EH/HTML/CONOPS.H
      RT.F-RSVP-42G3-AEROSPACE                                                 TM)
710   MEDICINE FIELD OPERATIONS   AEROSPACE MEDICINE 1a.          26299
                                                                               PERFORMS
                                                                               PERICARDIOCENTESIS:
                                                                               OBTAINS NECESSARY SUPPLIES,
                                                                               POSITIONS PATIENT, INSERTS A
                                                                               NEEDLE INTO THE PERICARDIAL
                                                                               SAC AND ASPIRATES FOR
                                                                               BLOOD.

                                                                               TRAINING SOURCE:
                                                                               MTF OR ALTERNATE SUCH AS
      RT.F-RSVP-44E3-PERFORMS                                                  MOONLIGHTING OR CSTARS OR
711   PERICARDIOCENTESIS          EMERGENCY PROCEDURES 1D.        26299        PROCEDURE LABORATORY
                                    b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                            COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                          DESCRIPTION              DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                               HUMANITARIAN ASSISTANCE:
                                                                               TRAINING FOR MILITARY
                                                                               PRIMARY CARE PROVIDERS IN
                                                                               PREPARING FOR AND
                                                                               EXECUTING APROPRIATE
                                                                               MEDICAL CARE TO CIVILIAN
                                                                               POPULATIONS IN THE AUSTERE
                                                                               HEALTH EMERGENCY SETTING.

                                                                                TRAINING SOURCE:
                                                                                COMPLETION OF THE USU
                                                                                MILITARY MEDICAL
                                                                                HUMANITARIAN ASSISTANCE
                                                                                COURSE
      RT.F-RSVP-42G3-HUMANITARIAN                                               HTTP://WWW.PEDSEDU.COM/HOS
712   ASSISTANCE                    MOOTW 1a.                     26299         T%20SITE%20GUIDE.PDF

                                                                                REDUCES FRACTURES AND
                                                                                DISLOCATIONS:
                                                                                PERFORMS CLOSED REDUCTION
                                                                                OF SIMPLE FRACTURES OR
                                                                                MINOR DISLOCATIONS OF
                                                                                JOINTS. SPLINTS OR OTHERWISE
                                                                                IMMOBILIZES INJURIES
                                                                                APPROPRIATELY. PERFORMS
                                                                                WOUND CARE OF SKIN AND SOFT
                                                                                TISSUE WOUNDS.

                                                                                TRAINING SOURCE:
                                                                                MTF OR ALTERNATE SUCH AS
      RT.F-RSVP-44E3-REDUCES                                                    MOONLIGHTING OR CSTARS OR
713   FRACTURES ADN DISLOCATIONS EMERGENCY SERVICES 1E.           26299         PROCEDURE LABORATORY
                                 b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                         COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                       DESCRIPTION                  DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                                EVALUATES EVACUATION
                                                                                PATIENT:
                                                                                EVALUATES EACH CASUALTY
                                                                                AND AVAILABLE MEDICAL
                                                                                DOCUMENTS AND DETERMINES
                                                                                IF PATIENT IS CAPABLE OF
                                                                                WITHSTANDING EVACUATION.
                                                                                ASSIGNS AND EVACUATION
                                                                                PRIORITY {INCLUDING THE NEED
                                                                                FOR CCATT COVERAGE} TO
                                                                                EACH PATIENT BASED ON
                                                                                SEVERITY OF ILLNESS, TACTICAL
                                                                                SITUATION, AVAILABLE
                                                                                RESOURCES, AND CULTURAL
                                                                                FACTORS.
                                 PATIENT EVACUATION, COMBAT
      RT.F-RSVP-44E3-EVALUATES   STRESS, AND NBC MANAGEMENT                      TRAINING SOURCE:
715   EVACUATION PATIENT         1A.                                26299        MILITARY TRAINING
                                                                                 TREATS COMBAT STRESS:
                                                                                 PERFORMS AN INITIAL
                                                                                 EVALUATION OF INDIVIDUAL
                                                                                 WHO IS SUFFERING COMBAT
                                                                                 STRESS TO DETERMINE IF THE
                                                                                 PATIENT NEEDS REFERRAL TO
                                                                                 LIFE SKILLS. TREATS THOSE
                                                                                 THAT CAN BE RETURNED TO
                                                                                 DUTY AFTER BICEPS THERAPY.
                                 PATIENT EVACUATION, COMBAT
      RT.F-RSVP-44E3-TREATS      STRESS, AND NBC MANAGEMENT                      TRAINING SOURCE:
716   COMBAT STRESS              1B.                                26299        MILITARY TRAINING
                                   b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                           COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                         DESCRIPTION                  DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR

                                                                                  BASIC LIFE SUPPORT:
                                                                                  SUCCESSFUL COMPLETION OF A
                                                                                  PROVIDER-LEVEL BASIC LIFE
                                                                                  SUPPORT COURSE. PRE-
                                                                                  HOSPITAL AND SMALL-FACILITY-
                                                                                  CAPABLE AIRWAY BREATHING IF
                                                                                  HUMANITARIAN CARE NEEDED.

                                                                                  TRAINING SOURCE:
      RT.F-RSVP-42N3A-BASIC LIFE                                                  MTF EDUCATION & TRAINING
717   SUPPORT                      EMERGENCY PROCEDURES 1a.          26299
                                                                                  SELF/BUDDY CARE:
                                                                                  UNDERSTAND AND BE FAMILIAR
                                                                                  WITH SELF-CARE AND BUDDY-
                                                                                  CARE ACTIVITIES.

      RT.F-RSVP-42N3A-SELF/BUDDY                                                  TRAINING SOURCE:
718   CARE                         SAFETY 1a.                        26299        MTF AFI 44-106


                                                                                  TREATS CHEMICAL,BIOLOGICAL,
                                                                                  AND RADIATION INJURY:
                                                                                  REOGNIZES CHEMICAL,
                                                                                  BIOLOGICAL RADIO-LOGICAL AND
                                                                                  NUCLEAR INJURY, DETERMINES
                                                                                  THE SPECIFIC AGENT INVOLVED,
                                                                                  INSTITUTES APPROPRIATE
                                                                                  PROPHYLAXIS AND INITIATES
                                                                                  TREATMENTS AS NEEDED.

      RT.F-RSVP-44E3-TREATS        PATIENT EVACUATION, COMBAT                     TRAINING SOURCE:
      CHEMICAL, BIOLOGICAL, AND    STRESS, AND NBC MANAGEMENT                     MILITARY NBC EDUCATION OR
719   RADIATION                    1C.                               26299        EQUIVALENT
                                   b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                           COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                         DESCRIPTION                 DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                                 PUBLIC HEALTH: KNOW
                                                                                 OVERVIEW OF HEARING
                                                                                 CONSERVATION PROGRAM AND
                                                                                 OPERATION OF DOERS
                                                                                 PROGRAM IN SUPPORT TO
                                                                                 FORCE HEALTH/PUBLIC HEALTH,
                                                                                 INCLUDING REQUIRED
                                                                                 DOCUMENTS TO FULFILL
                                                                                 DISPOSTION

                                                                                  TRAINING SOURCE:
                                                                                  1) PUBLIC HEALTH ASPECTS OF
                                                                                  USAF OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH
      RT.F-RSVP-42N3A-PUBLIC                                                      FOR AUDIOLOGISTS PHAA
720   HEALTH                       OPERATIONAL AUDIOLOGY 1a.        26299         (COURSE # B3OZYAUD-000)
                                                                                  TRAUMA MANAGEMENT:
                                                                                  TRIAGE, EVALUATE, AND
                                                                                  MANAGE PATIENTS USING
                                                                                  ADVANCED TRAUMA LIFE
                                                                                  SUPPORT (ATLS) PROTOCOLS.

                                                                                  TRAINING SOURCE:
      RT.F-RSVP-44E3A-TRAUMA       TRAUMA AND CRITICAL CARE                       MTF OR ALTERNATICE SUCH AS
721   MANAGEMENT                   MANAGEMENT 1A.                   26299         MOONLIGHTING OR CSTARS
                                                                                  CRITICAL CARE MANAGEMENT:
                                                                                  INITIAL MANAGEMENT OF
                                                                                  CRITICALLY ILL PATIENTS
                                                                                  INCLUDING MANAGEMENT OF
                                                                                  CARDIAC AND PULMONARY
                                                                                  DISORDERS AND THE USE OF
                                                                                  VASOACTIVE MEDICATIONS.

                                                                                  TRAINING SOURCE:
      RT.F-RSVP-44E3A-CRITICAL CARE TRAUMA AND CRITICAL CARE                      MTF OR ALTERNATIVE SUCH AS
722   MANAGEMENT                    MANAGEMENT 1A.                  26299         MOONLIGHTING OR C-STARS
                                  b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                          COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                       DESCRIPTION                 DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                               DEPLOYED
                                                                               CONTINGENCIES/HUMANITARIAN
                                                                               ASSISTANCE: DIRECT
                                                                               AUDIOLOGICAL SUPPORTIN
                                                                               DEPLOYED LOCATION,
                                                                               INCLUDING EAR PLUG FITS,
                                                                               PURETONE AIR/BONE, MIDDLE
                                                                               EAR, SPEECH TESTING, AND
                                                                               AMPLIFICATION.

      RT.F-RSVP-42N3A-DEPLOYED                                                 TRAINING SOURCE:
      CONTINGENCIES HUMANITARIAN                                               AUDIOLOGY CERTIFICATION, MTF
723   ASSISTANCE                 OPERATIONAL AUDIOLOGY 1b.        26299        CREDENTIALS
                                                                               SECURES PATIENT'S AIRWAY:
                                                                               ASSESS PATIENT'S AIRWAY
                                                                               STATUS, DETERMINES
                                                                               APPROPRIATE INTERVENTION,
                                                                               AND USING CORRECT
                                                                               TECHNIQUES, SECURES THE
                                                                               AIRWAY THROUGH THE USE OF
                                                                               AN ENDOTRACHEAL TUBE,
                                                                               LARYGEAL-MASK AIRWAY, OR BY
                                                                               PERFORMANCE OF A
                                                                               CRICOTHYROIDOTOMY.
                                                                               PERFORMS APPROPRIATE
                                                                               DIAGNOSTIC TECHNIQUES TO
                                                                               ENSURE ADEQUATE
                                                                               OXYGENATION AND
                                                                               VENTILATION.

                                                                               TRAINING SOURCE:
                                                                               MTF OR ALTERNATIVE SUCH AS
      RT.F-RSVP-44E3A-SECURES                                                  MOONLIGHTING OR CSTARS OR
724   PATIENTS AIRWAY            EMERGENCY PROCEDURES 1A.         26299        PROCEDURE LABORATORY
                                     b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                             COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                           DESCRIPTION                 DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                                   HEARING PROFILE
                                                                                   CLASSIFICATION: KNOW THE
                                                                                   HEARING PROFILE
                                                                                   CALSSIFICATION FOR THE
                                                                                   FLYER, BOTH INITIAL AND
                                                                                   CONTINUAL FLYING STATUS AS
                                                                                   WELL AS WAIVERS.

                                                                                    TRAINING SOURCE:
      RT.F-RSVP-42N3A-HEARING                                                       AFI 48-123 PAGE 182 (HEARING
725   PROFILE CLASSIFICATION         OPERATIONAL AUDIOLOGY 1c.        26299         PROFILE)
                                                                                    FIT AND RISK EVALUATION:
                                                                                    RECOGNIZE HEARING
                                                                                    HANDICAPS THAT WARRANT
                                                                                    REMOVAL FROM HAZARDOUS
                                                                                    NOISEOR A FIT-AND RISK
                                                                                    EVALUATION

                                                                                    TRAINING SOURCE:
      RT.F-RSVP-42N3A-FIT AND RISK                                                  AFOSH STD 161-20 AFOSH 48-20,
726   EVALUATION                     OPERATIONAL AUDIOLOGY 1d.        26299         AFI 48-123
                                b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                        COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                      DESCRIPTION                 DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR


                                                                              HEARING HEALTHCARE
                                                                              MANAGEMENT: PREVENT/
                                                                              IDENTIFY/TREAT HEARING LOSS
                                                                              TO ENSURE EFFECTIVE
                                                                              COMMUNICATION IN DEPLOYES
                                                                              SETTING. PROVIDES NECESSARY
                                                                              PROTECTION/APPLIATION
                                                                              DEVICES TO MEET AF MISSION
                                                                              REQUIREMENTS

                                                                              TRAINING SOURCE:
                                                                              AUDIOLOGY CERTIFICATION, MTF
                                                                              CERDENTIALS, AFI 44-102 AFOSH
      RT.F-RSVP-42N3A-HEARING                                                 STD 161-20 AFOSH 48-20, AFI 148-
727   HEALTHCARE MANAGEMENT     OPERATIONAL AUDIOLOGY 1d.        26299        123 OSHA 29 CFR 1910.95
                                    b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                            COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                          DESCRIPTION                DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR

                                                                                 ESTABLISHED ADVANCED
                                                                                 INTRAVENOUS ACCESS:
                                                                                 ESTABLISHES INTRAVENOUS
                                                                                 ACCESS THROUGH THE
                                                                                 PERCUTANEOUS INSERTION OF
                                                                                 AN INTRAVENOUS CATHETER
                                                                                 INTO AN INTERNAL JUGULAR,
                                                                                 FEMORAL OR SUBCLAVIAN VEIN.
                                                                                 ESTABLISHES INTRAVENOUS
                                                                                 ACCESS BY VENOUS CUTDOWN
                                                                                 INCLUDING INCISION, VEIN
                                                                                 IDENTIFICATION, CATHETER
                                                                                 INSERTION UNDER DIRECT
                                                                                 VISUALIZATION AND SUTURING
                                                                                 OF INCISION.

                                                                                 TRAINING SOURCES:
      RT.F-RSVP-44E3A-ESTABLISHED                                                MTF OR ALTERNATE SUCH AS
      ADVANCED INTRAVENOUS                                                       MOONLIGHTING OR CSTARS OR
728   ACCESS                        EMERGENCY PROCEDURES 1B.        26299        PROCEDURE LABORATORY
                                b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                        COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                      DESCRIPTION              DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR

                                                                           EXPLAINS MENTAL HEALTH
                                                                           CONCEPTS RELATED TO
                                                                           DEPLOYMENT, INCLUDING JOINT
                                                                           OPERATIONS ( JOINT, ALLIANCE,
                                                                           AND COALITION).: KNOW THE
                                                                           MENTAL HEALTH ISSUES THAT
                                                                           AFFECT INDIVIDUAL AND UNIT
                                                                           EFFECTIVENESS; THE EMEDS
                                                                           AND MENTAL HEALTH CONCEPTS
                                                                           OF OPERATIONS; AND THE
                                                                           DIFFERENCES IN MILITARY
                                                                           CULTURES ( SERVICES AND
                                                                           OTHER COUNTRIES) THAT
                                                                           AFFECT MENTAL HEALTH
                                                                           ISSUES.

                                                                           TRAINING SOURCE:
      RT.F-RSVP-42P3-EXPLAINS                                              RSVP PROGRAM TRAINING
729   MENTAL HEALTH CONCEPTS    READINESS OVERVIEW 1a.        26299        RESOURCES
                                 b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                         COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                       DESCRIPTION                DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                              PERFORMS THORACOSTOMY:
                                                                              USING APPROPRIATE
                                                                              TECHNIQUES, POSITIONS THE
                                                                              PATIENT, INJECTS INFILTRATION
                                                                              ANESTHESIA, AND CORRECTLY
                                                                              INSERTS A NEEDLE TO
                                                                              THORACOSTOMY TUBE INTO THE
                                                                              PATIENT'S CHEST CAVITY.
                                                                              APPROPRIATELY SECURES
                                                                              CHEST TUBE, APPLIES
                                                                              OCCLUSIVE DRESSING, AND
                                                                              ATTACHES THE TUBE TO ONE-
                                                                              WAY VALVE OR WATER SEAL.

                                                                               TRAINING SOURCE:
                                                                               MTF OR ALTERNATIVE SUCH AS
      RT.F-RSVP-44E3A-PERFORMS                                                 MOONLIGHTING OR CSTARS OR
730   THORACOSTOMY               EMERGENCY PROCEDURES 1C.         26299        PROCEDURE LABORATORY
                                                                               PERFORMS
                                                                               PERICARDIOCENTESIS:
                                                                               OBTAINS NECESSARY SUPPLIES,
                                                                               POSITIONS PATIENT, INSERTS A
                                                                               NEEDLE INTO THE PERICARDIAL
                                                                               SAC AND ASPIRATES FOR
                                                                               BLOOD.

                                                                               TRAINING SOURCE:
                                                                               MTF OR ALTERNATIVE SUCH AS
      RT.F-RSVP-44E3A-PERFORMS                                                 MOONLIGHTING OR CSTARS OR
731   PERICARDIOCENTESIS         EMERGENCY PROCEDURES 1D.         26299        PROCEDURE LABORATORY
                                 b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                         COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                       DESCRIPTION                DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR

                                                                              DESCRIBES THE RELATION OF
                                                                              COMBAT STRESS TO MISSION:
                                                                              KNOW THE EFFECTS ON MISSION
                                                                              COMPLETION OF GOOD AND
                                                                              POOR MANAGEMENT OF COMBAT
                                                                              STRESS; UNDERSTAND THE
                                                                              ROLES OF LEADERSHIP AND OF
                                                                              UNIT COHESION IN MANAGING
                                                                              COMBAT STRESS.

                                                                              TRAINING SOURCE:
      RT.F-RSVP-42P3-DESCRIBES THE                                            RSVP PROGRAM TRAINING
732   RELATION OF COMBAT STRESS READINESS OVERVIEW 1b.           26299        RESOURCES
                                                                              REDUCES FRACTURES AND
                                                                              DISLOCATIONS:
                                                                              PERFORMS CLOSED REDUCTION
                                                                              OF SIMPLE FRACTURES OR
                                                                              MINOR DISLOCATIONS OF
                                                                              JOINTS.

                                                                              TRAINING SOURCE:
                                                                              MTF OR ALTERNATIVE SUCH AS
      RT.F-RSVP-44E3A-REDUCES                                                 MOONLIGHTING OR CSTARS OR
733   FRACTURES AND DISLOCATIONS EMERGENCY PROCEDURES 1E.        26299        PROCEDURE LABORATORY.
                                  b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                          COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                        DESCRIPTION              DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                             OPERATES A COMBAT STRESS
                                                                             FACILITY, INCLUDING
                                                                             MAINTAINING RECORDS
                                                                             DEPENDENT ON PATIENT
                                                                             CATEGORY: KNOW AND
                                                                             FOLLOWN THE CORRECT
                                                                             PROCEDURES FOR OPERATING A
                                                                             COMBAT STRESS FACILITY ( FOR
                                                                             EXAMPLE, CONDUCT A TABLE
                                                                             TOP EXERCISE); UNDERSTAND
                                                                             THE FACTORS AND
                                                                             CHARACTERISTICS THAT
                                                                             MAXIMIZE EFFECTIVENESS ( FOR
                                                                             EXAMPLE, ACT OUT A BICEPS
                                                                             SCENARIO). MAINTAIN RECORDS
                                                                             DEPENDENT ON PATIENT
                                                                             CATEGORY ; DISEASE NON-
                                                                             BATTLE INJURY (DNBI),
                                                                             NEUROPSYCHIATRIC (NP), AND
                                                                             COMBAT STRESS REACTIONS
                                                                             (CSR).
                                                                             TRAINING SOURCE:
      RT.F-RSVP-42P3-OPERATES A   DEPLOYABLE CONTINGENCY                     RSVP PROGRAM TRAINING
734   COMBAT STRESS FACILITY      OPERATIONS 1a.                 26299       RESOURCES
                                  b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                          COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                        DESCRIPTION              DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR

                                                                             INTERVENES APPROPRIATELY IN
                                                                             CASE OF REFUGEES, EVACUEES
                                                                             POW'S, AND REPATRIATED
                                                                             POW'S: KNOW THE RULE OF
                                                                             ENGAEMENT AND TREATMENT
                                                                             OF THESE POPULATIONS. KNOW
                                                                             THAT ONLY SERE-TRAINED
                                                                             PSYCHOLOGISTS CAN TREAT
                                                                             THESE POPULATIONS, BY
                                                                             REGULATION.

      RT.F-RSVP-42P3-INTERVENES                                              TRAINING SOURCE:
      APPROPRIATELY IN CASE OF    DEPLOYABLE CONTINGENCY                     RSVP PROGRAM TRAINING
735   REFUGEES                    OPERATIONS 1b.                26299        RESOURCES
                                                                             PROVIDES TRAINING ON SELF-
                                                                             CARE, BUDDY-CARE, AND
                                                                             PROMOTES UNIT COHESION:
                                                                             UNDERSTAND AND EQUIPPED
                                                                             WITH TRAINING FOR VARIOUS
                                                                             SETTING TO INCREASE
                                                                             AWARENESS OF SELF-CARE AND
                                                                             BUDDY-CARE ACTIVITIES THAT
                                                                             IMPROVE COPING ABILITY AND
                                                                             RESILIENCY. UNDERSTAND
                                                                             METHODS TO EFFECTIVELY
                                                                             INCORORATE NEW ARRIVALS
                                                                             INTO THEIR COMMANDERS AND
                                                                             SUPERVISORS IN THESE
                                                                             METHODS.

                                                                             TRAINING SOURCE:
      RT.F-RSVP-42P3-PROVIDES     DEPLOYABLE CONTINGENCY                     RSVP PROGRAM TRAINING
736   TRAINING ON SELF-CARE       OPERATIONS 1c.                26299        RESOURCES
                                b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                        COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                      DESCRIPTION              DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                           MANAGES HOMESICKENESS,
                                                                           SEPARATION AND SUPPORT
                                                                           DURING DEPLOYMENT
                                                                           (MANAGES GRIEF AND LOSS),
                                                                           INCLUDING ADDRESSES FAMILY
                                                                           ISSUES DURING DEPLOYMENT,
                                                                           ADAPTS FAMILY ADVOCACY
                                                                           PROGRAM TO DEPLOYED
                                                                           SETTING: UNDERSTAND THE
                                                                           GRIEF AND LOSS ISSUES THAT
                                                                           ARISE ON DEPLOYMENTS;
                                                                           UNDERSTAND HOW TO DEAL
                                                                           WITH ISSUES OF
                                                                           HOMESICKNESS, INCLUDING
                                                                           SEPARATION DURING HOLIDAY
                                                                           CELEBRATIONS; BE EQUIPPED
                                                                           WITH APPROPRIATE
                                                                           INTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS TO
                                                                           PROVIDE TRAINING ON THESE
                                                                           ISSUES. RECOGNIZE SITUATIONS
                                                                           THAT AFFECT FAMILY
                                                                           FUNCTIONING; BE EQUIPPED
                                                                           WITH INSTRUCTIONAL
                                                                           MATERIALS TO TRAIN DEPLOYED
                                                                           PERSONNEL AND FAMILY
                                                                           MEMBERS ON PREDICTABLE
                                                                           FAMILY PROBLEMS AND
                                                                           EFFECTIVE SOLUTIONS;
                                                                           INCLUDING REUNION ISSUES
                                                                           AND KEYS TO EFFECTIVE
                                                                           REUNIONS. RECOGNIZES
      RT.F-RSVP-42P3-MANAGES    DEPLOYABLE CONTINGENCY                     APPROPRIATE FAMILY ADVOCAY
743   HOMESICKNESS SEPARATION   OPERATIONS 1d.                 26299       ISSUES FOR A DEPLOYED
                                   b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                           COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                         DESCRIPTION              DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                              RESPONDS TO COMMANDERS
                                                                              NEEDS, INCLUDING
                                                                              ORGANIZATIONAL
                                                                              CONSULTATION AND
                                                                              RESPONDING TO IMPAIRED
                                                                              PROVIDERS; BRIEFS ON GENDER-
                                                                              RELATED ISSUES SEEN IN
                                                                              DEPLOYED ENVIRONMENT.:
                                                                              RECOGNIZE WAYS OF
                                                                              INCREASED STRES OF
                                                                              DEPLOYMENT CAN ADVERSELY
                                                                              AFFECT COMMANDERS,
                                                                              CREATING SPECIAL PROBLEMS
                                                                              IN DEPLOYED STTINGS;
                                                                              UNDERSTAND ROLE AND UNIQUE
                                                                              ISSUES RELATED TO
                                                                              EVALUATION OFF POTENTIALLY
                                                                              IMPAIRED COMMANDERS;
                                                                              UNDERSTAND APPROPRIATE
                                                                              INTERVENTIONS AND WHEN
                                                                              NEEDED; UNDERSTAND ROLE IN
                                                                              PROVIDING RECOMMENDATIONS
                                                                              TO COMMAND STRUCTURE.
                                                                              KNOW IMPORTANCE OF
                                                                              METHODS TO ASSESS UNIT
                                                                              COHESION.
                                                                              UNDERSTANDCONTEXTUAL
                                                                              ISSUES OF DEPLOYMENT
                                                                              RELATING TO COMMANDERS
                                                                              REQUESTFOR EVALUATION AND
                                                                              APPROPRIAT
      RT.F-RSVP-42P3-RESPONDS TO   DEPLOYABLE CONTINGENCY                     RECOMMENDATIONS TO HELP
744   COMMANDERS NEEDS             OPERATIONS 1e.                 26299       REMEDY PEOPLE PROBLEMS.
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                                       COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                     DESCRIPTION              DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                          MANAGES MENTAL HEALTH
                                                                          PATIENTS IN A DEPLOYED
                                                                          SETTING, INCLUDING MANAGING
                                                                          SUBTANCE ABUSE PROGRAM;
                                                                          INTERVENING WITH RISK
                                                                          FACTORS FOR THE
                                                                          DEVELOPMENT INTERVENTIONS.:
                                                                          POSSES KNOWLEDGE OF HOW
                                                                          TO DEAL WITH SPECIFIC
                                                                          POPULATIONS, SUCH AS AIR
                                                                          CREW; UNDERSTANDINGOF PRP
                                                                          AND WEAPONS BEARING
                                                                          DIRECTIVES. UNDERSTAND HOW
                                                                          TO PROVIDE BACK-UP SUPPORT
                                                                          FOR SAFELY MAINTAINING
                                                                          MENTAL HEALTH PATIENTS CAN
                                                                          BE MANAGED IN THEATER,
                                                                          REDEPLOYED, AND MEDICALLY
                                                                          EVACUATED. KNOWS MENTAL
                                                                          HEALTH MANAGEMENT
                                                                          RECORDS PROCEDURES UNIQUE
                                                                          TO DEPLOYMENT. KNOW ISSUES
                                                                          RELATED TO EFFECTIVE
                                                                          ADMINISTRATION OF SUBTANCE
                                                                          ABUSE PROGRAMSIN A
                                                                          DEPLOYED SETTING. (AA
                                                                          GROUPS). UNDERSTAND THE
                                                                          SISTUATIONS THAT ARE AT RISK
                                                                          FACTORS FOR THE
                                                                          DEVELOPMENT OF POST
                                                                          TRAUMATIC STRESS DISORDER;
      RT.F-RSVP-42P3-MANAGES   DEPLOYABLE CONTINGENCY                     BE ABLE TO ADVISE
745   MENTAL HEALTH PATIENTS   OPERATIONS 1f.                 26299       COOMANDERS AND FIRST
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                                         COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                       DESCRIPTION                DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR

                                                                              PROMOTES PSYCHOLOGICAL
                                                                              WARFARE RESISTANCE: KNOW
                                                                              WAYS TO PRESENT IN ORAL AND
                                                                              WRITTEN FORM MATERIALS
                                                                              CONCERNING RESISTANCE TO
                                                                              ENEMY PSYHOLOGIACL
                                                                              OPERATIONS; FOR EXAMPLE,
                                                                              THE NEED FOR RUMOR
                                                                              CONTROL, EEPING THE TROOPS
                                                                              ACCURATELY INFORMED; AND
                                                                              OTHER EFFECTIVE MEASURES
                                                                              TO COUNTER ENEMY
                                                                              DISINFORMATION.

      RT.F-RSVP-42P3-PROMOTES                                                 TRAINING SOURCE:
      PSYCHOLOGICAL WARFAR                                                    RSVP PROGRAM TRAINING
746   RESISTANCE                 READINESS SKILLS NOS 1a.        26299        RESOURCES
                                                                              CONSULTS ON PSYCHOLOGICAL
                                                                              ASPECTS OF
                                                                              CHEMICAL/BIOLOGICAL
                                                                              WARFARE (INCLUDING
                                                                              HOMELAND DEFENSE).: KNOW
                                                                              THE PSYCHOLOGICAL THREATS
                                                                              POSED BY WEAPONS OF MASS
                                                                              DESTRUCTIONS THAT WOULD
                                                                              BRIEF TO INDIVIDUALS AND
                                                                              COMMAND STRUCTURE;
                                                                              UNDERSTAND BEST RESPONSE
                                                                              TO THREAS AND IN THE
                                                                              AFTERMATH OF ACTUAL OR
                                                                              SUSPECTED ATTACK.

      RT.CONSULTS ON                                                          TRAINING SOURCE:
      PSYCHOLOGICAL ASPECTS OF                                                RSVP PROGRAM TRAINING
747   CHEMICAL/ BIOLOGICAL       READINESS SKILLS NOS 1a.        26299        RESOURCES
                                   b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                           COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                        DESCRIPTION               DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR


                                                                              EXPLAINS MENTAL HEALTH
                                                                              CONCEPTS RELATED TO
                                                                              DEPLOYMENT, INCLUDING JOINT
                                                                              OPERATIONS ( JOINT, ALLIANCE,
                                                                              AND COALITION).: KNOW THE
                                                                              MENTAL HEALTH ISSUES THAT
                                                                              AFFECT INDIVIDUAL AND UNIT
                                                                              EFFECTIVENESS; THE EMEDS
                                                                              AND MENTAL HEALTH CONCEPTS
                                                                              OF CONCEPTS OF OPERATIONS;
                                                                              AND THE DIFFERENCES IN
                                                                              MILITARY CULTURES ( SERVICES
                                                                              AND OTHER COUNTRIES) THAT
                                                                              AFFECT MENTAL HEALTH
                                                                              ISSUES.

      RT.F-RSVP-42S3-EXPLAIN                                                  TRAINING SOURCE:
      MENTAL HEALTH CONCEPTS                                                  RSVP PROGRAM TRAINING
748   RELATED TO DEPLOY           READINESS OVERVIEW 1a.         26299        RESOURCES

                                                                              DESCRIBE THE RELATIONS ODF
                                                                              COMBAT STRESS TO MISSION:
                                                                              KNOW THE EFFECTS ON MISSION
                                                                              COPMLETIONOF GOOD AND
                                                                              POOR MANAGEMENT OF COMBAT
                                                                              STRESS; UNDERSTAND THE
                                                                              ROLES OF LEADERSHIP AND UNIT
                                                                              COHESION IN MANAGING
                                                                              COMBAT STRESS.

      RT.F-RSVP-42S3-DESCRIBES THE                                            TRAINING SOURCE:
      RELATIONS OF COMBAT STRESS                                              RSVP PROGRAM TRAINING
749   MISSION                      READINESS OVERVIEW 1b.        26299        RESOURCES
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                                          COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                        DESCRIPTION              DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR

                                                                             OPERATES THE RELATION OF
                                                                             COMBAT STRES TO MISSION:
                                                                             KNOW THE EFFECTS ON MISSION
                                                                             COMPLETION OF GOOD AND
                                                                             POOR MANAGEMENT OF COMBAT
                                                                             STRESS; UNDERSTAND THE
                                                                             ROLES OF LEADERSHIP AND UNIT
                                                                             COHESION IN MANAGING
                                                                             COMBAT STRESS.

                                                                             TRAINING SOURCE:
      RT.F-RSVP-42S3-OPERATES A   DEPLOYABLE CONTINGENCY                     RSVP PROGRAM TRAINING
750   COMBAT STRESS FACILITY      OPERATIONS 1a.                26299        RESOURCES
                                                                             INTERVENES APPROPRIATELY IN
                                                                             CASES OF REFUGEES,
                                                                             EVACUEES, POW's AND
                                                                             REPATRIATED POW's: KNOW THE
                                                                             RULLES OF ENGAGEMENT AND
                                                                             TREATMENT OF THESE
                                                                             POPULATIONS. KNOW THAT
                                                                             ONLY SERE-TRAINED
                                                                             PSYCHOLOGISTS CAN TREAT
                                                                             THESE POPULATIONS,
                                                                             REGULATION.

      RT.F-RSVP-42S3-INTERVENES                                              TRAINING SOURCE:
      APPROPRIATELY IN CASES OF   DEPLOYABLE CONTINGENCY                     RSVP PROGRAM TRAINING
751   REFUGEES                    OPERATIONS 1b.                26299        RESOURCES
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                                          COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                        DESCRIPTION                DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR

                                                                               PROVIDES TRAINING ON SELF-
                                                                               CARE, BUDDY-CARE, AND
                                                                               PROMOTES UNIT COHESION:
                                                                               UNDERSTAND AND BE EQUIPPED
                                                                               WITH TRAINING FOR VARIOUS
                                                                               SETTING TO INCREASE
                                                                               AWARENESS OF SELF-CARE AND
                                                                               BUDDY-CARE ACTIVITIES THAT
                                                                               IMPROVE COPING ABILITY AND
                                                                               RESILIENCY. UNDERSTAND
                                                                               METHODS OF EFFECTIVELY
                                                                               INCORPORATE NE ARRIVALS
                                                                               INTO THEIR UNITS AND HOW TO
                                                                               INTRUCT COOMANDERS AND
                                                                               SUPERVISORS IN THESE
                                                                               METHODS.

      RT.F-RSVP-42S3-PROVIDES                                                  TRAINING SOURCE:
      TRAINING ON SELF-CARE, BUDDY- DEPLOYABLE CONTINGENCY                     RSVP PROGRAM TRAINING
752   CARE                          OPERATIONS 1c.                26299        RESOURCES
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                                         COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                       DESCRIPTION              DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                            MANAGES HOMESICKENESS,
                                                                            SEPARATION AND SUPPORT
                                                                            DURING DEPLOYMENT
                                                                            (MANAGES GRIEF AND LOSS),
                                                                            INCLUDING ADDRESSES FAMILY
                                                                            ISSUES DURING DEPLOYMENT,
                                                                            ADAPTS FAMILY ADVOCACY
                                                                            PROGRAM TO DEPLOYED
                                                                            SETTING: UNDERSTAND THE
                                                                            GRIEF AND LOSS ISSUES THAT
                                                                            ARISE ON DEPLOYMENTS;
                                                                            UNDERSTAND HOW TO DEAL
                                                                            WITH ISSUES OF
                                                                            HOMESICKNESS, INCLUDING
                                                                            SEPARATION DURING HOLIDAY
                                                                            CELEBRATIONS; BE EQUIPPED
                                                                            WITH APPROPRIATE
                                                                            INTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS TO
                                                                            PROVIDE TRAINING ON THESE
                                                                            ISSUES. RECOGNIZE SITUATIONS
                                                                            THAT AFFECT FAMILY
                                                                            FUNCTIONING; BE EQUIPPED
                                                                            WITH INSTRUCTIONAL
                                                                            MATERIALS TO TRAIN DEPLOYED
                                                                            PERSONNEL AND FAMILY
                                                                            MEMBERS ON PREDICTABLE
                                                                            FAMILY PROBLEMS AND
                                                                            EFFECTIVE SOLUTIONS;
                                                                            INCLUDING REUNION ISSUES
                                                                            AND KEYS TO EFFECTIVE
      RT.F-RSVP-42S3-MANAGES                                                REUNIONS. RECOGNIZES
      HOMESICKNESS, SEPARATION   DEPLOYABLE CONTINGENCY                     APPROPRIATE FAMILY ADVOCAY
753   DURING DEPLOY              OPERATIONS 1d.                 26299       ISSUES FOR A DEPLOYED
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                                           COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                         DESCRIPTION              DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                              RESPONDS TO COMMANDERS
                                                                              NEEDS, INCLUDING
                                                                              ORGANIZATIONAL
                                                                              CONSULTATION AND
                                                                              RESPONDING TO IMPAIRED
                                                                              PROVIDERS; BRIEFS ON GENDER-
                                                                              RELATED ISSUES SEEN IN
                                                                              DEPLOYED ENVIRONMENT.:
                                                                              RECOGNIZE WAYS OF
                                                                              INCREASED STRES OF
                                                                              DEPLOYMENT CAN ADVERSELY
                                                                              AFFECT COMMANDERS,
                                                                              CREATING SPECIAL PROBLEMS
                                                                              IN DEPLOYED STTINGS;
                                                                              UNDERSTAND ROLE AND UNIQUE
                                                                              ISSUES RELATED TO
                                                                              EVALUATION OFF POTENTIALLY
                                                                              IMPAIRED COMMANDERS;
                                                                              UNDERSTAND APPROPRIATE
                                                                              INTERVENTIONS AND WHEN
                                                                              NEEDED; UNDERSTAND ROLE IN
                                                                              PROVIDING RECOMMENDATIONS
                                                                              TO COMMAND STRUCTURE.
                                                                              KNOW IMPORTANCE OF
                                                                              METHODS TO ASSESS UNIT
                                                                              COHESION.
                                                                              UNDERSTANDCONTEXTUAL
                                                                              ISSUES OF DEPLOYMENT
                                                                              RELATING TO COMMANDERS
                                                                              REQUESTFOR EVALUATION AND
                                                                              APPROPRIAT
      RT.F-RSVP-42S3-RESPONDS TO   DEPLOYABLE CONTINGENCY                     RECOMMENDATIONS TO HELP
754   COMMANDERS NEEDS             OPERATIONS 1e.                 26299       REMEDY PEOPLE PROBLEMS.
                                    b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                            COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                          DESCRIPTION              DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                               MANAGES MENTAL HEALTH
                                                                               PATIENTS IN A DEPLOYED
                                                                               SETTING, INCLUDING MANAGING
                                                                               SUBTANCE ABUSE PROGRAM;
                                                                               INTERVENING WITH RISK
                                                                               FACTORS FOR THE
                                                                               DEVELOPMENT INTERVENTIONS.:
                                                                               POSSES KNOWLEDGE OF HOW
                                                                               TO DEAL WITH SPECIFIC
                                                                               POPULATIONS, SUCH AS AIR
                                                                               CREW; UNDERSTANDINGOF PRP
                                                                               AND WEAPONS BEARING
                                                                               DIRECTIVES. UNDERSTAND HOW
                                                                               TO PROVIDE BACK-UP SUPPORT
                                                                               FOR SAFELY MAINTAINING
                                                                               MENTAL HEALTH PATIENTS CAN
                                                                               BE MANAGED IN THEATER,
                                                                               REDEPLOYED, AND MEDICALLY
                                                                               EVACUATED. KNOWS MENTAL
                                                                               HEALTH MANAGEMENT
                                                                               RECORDS PROCEDURES UNIQUE
                                                                               TO DEPLOYMENT. KNOW ISSUES
                                                                               RELATED TO EFFECTIVE
                                                                               ADMINISTRATION OF SUBTANCE
                                                                               ABUSE PROGRAMSIN A
                                                                               DEPLOYED SETTING. (AA
                                                                               GROUPS). UNDERSTAND THE
                                                                               SISTUATIONS THAT ARE AT RISK
                                                                               FACTORS FOR THE
                                                                               DEVELOPMENT OF POST
      RT.F-RSVP-42S3-MANAGES                                                   TRAUMATIC STRESS DISORDER;
      MENTAL HEALTH PATIENTS IN A   DEPLOYABLE CONTINGENCY                     BE ABLE TO ADVISE
755   DEPLOYED                      OPERATIONS 1f.                 26299       COOMANDERS AND FIRST
                                   b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                           COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                         DESCRIPTION                DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR

                                                                                CONSULTS ON PSYCHOLOGICAL
                                                                                ASPECTS OF
                                                                                CHEMICAL/BIOLOGICAL
                                                                                WARFARE (INCLUDING
                                                                                HOMELAND DEFENSE).: KNOW
                                                                                THE PSYCHOLOGICAL THREATS
                                                                                POSED BY WEAPONS OF MASS
                                                                                DESTRUCTION THAT OUND BRIEF
                                                                                TO INDIVIDUALS AND COMMAND
                                                                                STRUCTURE; UNDERSTAND BEST
                                                                                RESPONSE TO THEATS AND IN
                                                                                THE AFTERMATH OF ACTUAL OR
                                                                                SUSPECTED ATTACK.

      RT.F-RSVP-42S3-CONSULTS ON                                                TRAINING SOURCE:
      PSYCHOLOGICAL ASPECTS OF                                                  RSVP PROGRAM TRAINING
757   CHEMICAL                     READINESS SKILLS NOS 1b.        26299        RESOURCES

                                                                                CONSULTS ON PSYCHOLOGICAL
                                                                                ASPECTS OF
                                                                                CHEMICAL/BIOLOGICAL
                                                                                WARFARE (INCLUDING
                                                                                HOMELAND DEFENSE).: KNOW
                                                                                THE PSYCHOLOGICAL THREATS
                                                                                POSED BY WEAPONS OF MASS
                                                                                DESTRUCTION THAT OUND BRIEF
                                                                                TO INDIVIDUALS AND COMMAND
                                                                                STRUCTURE; UNDERSTAND BEST
                                                                                RESPONSE TO THEATS AND IN
                                                                                THE AFTERMATH OF ACTUAL OR
                                                                                SUSPECTED ATTACK.

      RT.F-RSVP-42P3-CONSULTS ON                                                TRAINING SOURCE:
      PSYCHOLOGICAL ASPECTS                                                     RSVP PROGRAM TRAINING
758   /CHEMICAL WAR                READINESS SKILLS NOS 1b.        26299        RESOURCES
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                                             COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                           DESCRIPTION                DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR

                                                                                  TOTAL CASES: PREOP
                                                                                  ASSESSMENT INTRAOPERATIVE
                                                                                  MANAGEMENT , POSTOP
                                                                                  FOLLOW UP. (100 EVERY 15
                                                                                  MONTHS)

                                                                                  TRAINING SOURCE:
                                                                                  MTF, APPROVED OFF DUTY
759   RT.F-RSVP-45A3-TOTAL CASES     ANESTHESIA 1a.                  26299        EMOPLOYMENT
                                                                                  CERTIFICATION: ACLS
                                                                                  CERTFICATION

                                     CRITICAL CARE MANAGEMENT                     TRAINING SOURCE:
760   RT.F-RSVP-45A3-CERTIFICATION   1a.                             26299        MTF OR OTHER ACLS COURSE
                                                                                  INTENSIVE CARE: MANAGE
                                                                                  CRITICALLY ILL PATIENTS
                                                                                  (VENTILATORS, VASOACTIVE
                                                                                  DRIPS, SEDATION, ETC.) (15
                                                                                  EVERY 15 MONTHS)

                                                                                  TRAINING SOURCE:
                                                                                  MTF, APPROVED OFF DUTY
                                                                                  EMPLOYMENT, CSTARS, HIGH
                                                                                  FIDELITY SIMULATORS AT WHMC,
                                                                                  USUHS, OTHER CIVILIAN AND
                                                                                  MILITARY FACILITIES ( IF
                                                                                  SIMULATOR USED, REDUCED
                                    CRITICAL CARE MANAGEMENT                      NUMBER OF CASES REQUIRED
761   RT.F-RSVP-45A3-INTENSIVE CARE 1b.                              26299        NUMBER TO BE DETERMINED.)
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                                       COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                     DESCRIPTION                DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR

                                                                            COMPLEX PROCEDURES:
                                                                            PROCEDURES SUCH AS
                                                                            CENTRAL IV ACCESS, SPINAL
                                                                            AND REGIONAL ANTHESIA. ( 15
                                                                            EVERY 15 MONTHS)

                                                                            TRAINING SOURCE:
                                                                            MTF, APPROVED OFF DUTY
                                                                            EMPLOYMENT, CSTARS, LOCALLY
      RT.F-RSVP-45A3-COMPLEX   CRITICAL CARE MANAGEMENT                     PURSHASED LINE INSERTION
762   PROCEDURES               1c.                             26299        SIMULATOR MANIKINS
                             b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                     COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                   DESCRIPTION              DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR


                                                                        COMPLEX/TRAUMA CASES:
                                                                        INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO
                                                                        MAJOR INTRA-ABDOMINAL,
                                                                        INTRATHOACIC, TOTAL JOINT
                                                                        REPLACEMENT CASES. THESE
                                                                        CAN BE ACTUAL CASED
                                                                        PERFORMED IN THE COURSE OF
                                                                        DUTY EMPOLYMENT. THESE MAY
                                                                        ALSO BE SIMULATED CASES
                                                                        USING A HIGH FIDELITY MANKIN.
                                                                        INCLUDES FLUID RESUSCITATION
                                                                        AND BLOOD REPLACEMENT. (15
                                                                        Q15 MOS AVERAGED OVER 30
                                                                        MOS(MFST 30 Q15MOS
                                                                        AVERAGED OVER 30 MOS))

                                                                        TRAINING SOURCE:
                                                                        MTF, APPROVED OFF DUTY
                                                                        EPLOYMENT, CSTARS, LOCALLY
                                                                        PURCHASED SIMULATOR
                                                                        MANIKINS HIGH FIDELITY
                                                                        SIMULATORS AT WHMC, USUHS,
                                                                        OTHER CIVILIAN AND MILITARY
      RT.F-RSVP-45A3-                                                   FACILITIES; LAERDAL AIRWAY
763   COMPLEX/TRAUMA CASES   TRAUMA MANAGEMENT 1a.         26299        MANAGEMENT TRAINER
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                                       COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                     DESCRIPTION              DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR



                                                                          AIRWAYS: INCLUDES INTUBATION
                                                                          OF UNCOMPLICATED PATIENT
                                                                          USING SUCH TECHNIQUES OR
                                                                          DEVICES THE ARE AVAILABLE IN
                                                                          AN AUSTERE LOCATION,
                                                                          INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO
                                                                          AWAKE INTUBATION UNDER
                                                                          TOPICAL ANESTHESIA, IN LINE
                                                                          CERVICAL STABILIZATION,
                                                                          ESCHMANN STYLET, AND LIGHT
                                                                          WAND. EXCLUDES FIBEROPTIC
                                                                          BRONCHOSCOPE DUE TO LOW
                                                                          LIKELIHOOD OF THE DEVICE
                                                                          BEING AVAILABLE IN AN
                                                                          AUSTERE LOCATION. MAY BE
                                                                          ACCOMPLISHED WITH HUMANS,
                                                                          ANIMAL MODEL, OR SIMULATOR.
                                                                          (10 EVERY 15 MONTHS)

                                                                          TRAINING SOURCE:
                                                                          MTF, APPROVED OFF DUTY
                                                                          EMPLOYMENT, CSTARS LOCALLY
                                                                          PURCHASED SIMULATOR
                                                                          MANIKINS, HIGH FIDELITY
                                                                          SIMULATORS AT WHMC, USUHS,
                                                                          OTHER CIVILIAN AND MILITARY
                                                                          FACILITIES; LAERDAL AIRWAY
764   RT.F-RSVP-45A3-AIRWAYS   TRAUMA MANAGEMENT 1b.         26299        MANAGEMENT TRAINER
                              b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                      COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                    DESCRIPTION              DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                         FIELD EQUIPMENT, NARKOMED
                                                                         M: USE NARKOMED M
                                                                         ANESTHESIA MACHINE WITH
                                                                         HUMANS, ANIMAL MODEL, OR
                                                                         HIGH FIDELITY SIMULATOR. (15
      RT.F-RSVP-45A3-FIELD                                               EVERY 15 MONTHS)
765   EQUIPMENT, NARKOMED M   FIELD OPERATIONS 1a.           26299

                                                                           FIELD EQUIPMENT, UPAC:
                                                                           REVIEW OPERATION OF UPAC (
                                                                           UPAC USED AT EMEDD COURSE)
                                                                           (ONCEEVERY 15 MONTHS
                                                                           (KNOWLEDGE) PERFORMANCE
                                                                           AT EMEDS COURSE
                                                                           (PERFORMANCE)

                                                                           TRAINING SOURCE:
                                                                           EMEDS REFERENCE HANDBOOK,
                                                                           EMEDS EQUIPMENT IN MTF
                                                                           INVENTORY; EMEDS COURSE;
                                                                           SIMULATORS AT WHMC, USUHS,
      RT.F-RSVP-45A3-FIELD                                                 OTHER CIVILIAN AND MILITARY
766   EQUIPMENT UPAC          FIELD OPERATIONS 1b.           26299         SOURCES.
                                                                           EXTREME
                                                                           ENVIROMENTS/ALTITUDE:
                                                                           OPERATIONS AT ALTITUDE AND
                                                                           EXTREME TEMPERTURES. (ONCE
                                                                           EVERY 15 MONTHS)

                                                                           TRAINING SOURCE:
      RT.F-RSVP-45A3-EXTEME                                                EXTREME
767   ENVIRONMENTS/ALTITUDE   FIELD OPERATIONS 1c.           26299         ENVIROMENTS/ALTITUDE
                                   b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                           COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                         DESCRIPTION              DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR

                                                                              CCATT TRAINING: FOR THOSE
                                                                              ASSIGNED TO A CCATT UTC--
                                                                              WILL ACCOMPLISH TRAINING IAW
                                                                              AFI41-106, MEDICAL READINESS
                                                                              PLANNING AND TRAINING, PARA
                                                                              5.3.5.5. (PAGE 24).

      RT.F-RSVP-45A3-CCATT                                                    TRAINING SOURCE:
768   TRAINING                     AIR EVACUATION 1a.            26299        CCATT COURSES
                                                                              NBC PATIENT: ANESTHETIC
                                                                              CONSIDERATIONS IN
                                                                              EXPOSED/TREATED PATIENTS.
                                                                              (ONCE EVERY 15 MONTHS)

                                                                              TRAINING SOURCE:
769   RT.F-RSVP-45A3-NBC PATIENT   NBC 1a.                       26299        CBRNE

                                                                              TOTAL CASES: PREOP
                                                                              ASSESSMENT, INTRAOPERATIVE
                                                                              MANAGEMENT, POSTOP
                                                                              FOLLOWS UP

                                                                              TRAINING SOURCE:
                                                                              LOCAL MTF/CIVILIAN
770   RT.F-RSVP-45B3-TOTAL CASES   SURGERY 1a.                   26299        EXPOSURES/CSTARS
                                                                              OPEN REDUCTION: OPEN
                                                                              REDUCTION: INTERNAL FIXATION
                                                                              OF UPPER/LOWER EXTERMITY
                                                                              FRACTURES.

      RT.F-RSVP-45B3-OPEN                                                     TRAINING SOURCE:
771   REDUCTION                    SURGERY 1b.                   26299        LOCAL MTF/C-STARS
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                                            COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                         DESCRIPTION               DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                               AMUPUTATION: AMUPUTATION
                                                                               OF AN EXTREMITY

                                                                               TRAINING SOURCE:
772   RT.F-RSVP-45B3-AMPUTATION    SURGERY 1c.                    26299        ABOS RECOGNIZED SOURCE
                                                                               EXTERNAL FIXATOR: APPY
                                                                               EXTERNAL FIXATOR TO
                                                                               LEG/ARM/WRIST/PELVIS

      RT.F-RSVP-45B3-EXTERNAL                                                  TRAINING SOURCE:
773   FIXATOR                      SURGERY 1d.                    26299        ABOS RECOGNIZED SOURCE

                                                                               REPAIR: TENDON/NERVE REPAIR

                                                                               TRAINING SOURCE:
774   RT.F-RSVP-45B3-REPAIR        SURGERY 1e.                    26299        ABOS REGNIZED SOURCE
                                                                               COMPARTMENT PRESSURES:
                                                                               MEASURES COMPARTMENT
                                                                               PRESSURES TO DETERMINE IF
                                                                               FASCIOTOMY IS INDICATED

      RT.F-RSVP-45B3-COMPARMENT                                                TRAINING SOURCE:
776   PRESSURES                    SURGERY 1g.                    26299        ABOS REGNIZED SOURCE
                                                                               CERTIFICATIONS: MAINTAIN
                                                                               CURRENT ATLS CERTIFICATION

                                                                               TRAINING SOURCE:
                                                                               LOCAL AREA/CENTRAL FUNDED C-
777   RT.F-RSVP-45B3-CERTIFICATIONS SURGERY 1i.                   26299        4 COURSE
                                                                               FASCIOTOMY.: FASCIOTOMY OF
                                                                               LEG/ARM

                                                                               TRAINING SOURCE:
778   RT.F-RSVP-45B3-FASCIOTOMY    SURGERY 1h.                    26299        ABOS RECOGNIZED SOURCE
                                    b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                            COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                         DESCRIPTION                DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR

                                                                                BLAST INJURIES: UNDERSTANDS
                                                                                BASICS OF BLAST INJURIES AND
                                                                                WOUND CARE

                                                                                TRAINING SOURCE:
779   RT.F-RSVP-45B3-BLAST INJURIES SURGERY 1j.                    26299        ABOS RECOGNIZED SOURCE
                                                                                TOTAL MAJOR EYE SURGERY
                                                                                CASES: COMBINATION OF
                                                                                SURGICAL TREATMENT OF
                                                                                EXTERNAL EYE AND LID
                                                                                DISORDERS AND INTRAOCULAR
                                                                                SURGERIES (SUCH AS
                                                                                CATARRACT SURGERY,
                                                                                GLAUCOMA, VITREORETINAL,
                                                                                STRABISMUS, OCULOPLASTICS,
      RT.F-RSVP-45E3-TOTAL MAJOR                                                ORBIT). NOT REFRACTIVE
780   EYE SURGERY CASES            EYE SURGERY 1a.                 26299        SURGERY.


                                                                                DEPLOYMMENT OPTHALMOLOGY:
                                                                                EYE INJURY/DISEASE (USE USAF
                                                                                RSVP KNOWLEDGE CENTER CD)

      RT.F-RSVP-45E3-DEPLOYMENT    AND ONE OF THE FOLLOWING                     TRAINING SOURCE:
781   OPHTHALMOLOGY                THREE OPTIONS 1a.               26299        WHMC OPHTHALMOLOGY DEPT
                                                                                OCULAR TRAUMA COURSE:
                                                                                COMPLETE USU OCULAR
                                                                                TRAUMA COURSE

                                                                                TRAINING COURSE:
      RT.F-RSVP-45E3-OCULAR        AND ONE OF THE FOLLOWING                     UNIFORMED SERVICES
782   TRAUMA COURSE                THREE OPTIONS 1c.               26299        UNIVERSITY
                                  b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                          COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                        DESCRIPTION                  DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                                 DEPLOYMMENT OPTHALMOLOGY:
                                                                                 USAF RSVP KNOWLEDGE
                                                                                 CENTER CD

      RT.F-RSVP-45E3-DEPLOYMENT   AND ONE OF THE FOLLOWING                      TRAINING SOURCE:
783   OPHTHALMOLOGY USAF          THREE OPTIONS 1b.                 26299       WHMC OPHTHALMOLOGY DEPT
                                                                                EVALUATES EVACUATION
                                                                                PATIENT:
                                                                                EVALUATES EACH CASUALTY
                                                                                AND AVAILABLE MEDICAL
                                                                                DOCUMENTS AND DETERMINES
                                                                                IF PATIENT IS CAPABLE OF
                                                                                WITHSTANDING EVACUATION.
                                                                                ASSIGNS AN EVACUATION
                                                                                PRIORITY TO EACH PATIENT
                                                                                BASED ON SEVERITY OF
                                                                                ILLNESS, TACTICAL SITUATION,
                                                                                AVAILABLE RESOURCES, AND
                                                                                CULTURAL FACTORS.
                                  PATIENT EVACUATION, COMBAT
      RT.F-RSVP-44E3A-EVALUATES   STRESS, AND NBC MANAGEMENT                    TRAINING SOURCE:
803   EVACUATION PATIENT          1A.                               26299       MILITARY TRAINING

                                                                                TREATS COMBAT STRESS:
                                                                                PERFORMS AN INITIAL
                                                                                EVALUATION OF INDIVIDUAL
                                                                                WHO IS SUFFERING COMBAT
                                                                                STRESS TO DETERMINE IF THE
                                                                                PATIENT NEEDS REFERRAL TO
                                                                                MENTAL HEALTH. TREATS THOSE
                                                                                THAT CAN BE RETURNED TO
                                                                                DUTY WITH MENTAL HEALTH.
                                  PATIENT EVACUATION, COMBAT
      RT.F-RSVP-44E3A-TREATS      STRESS, AND NBC MANAGEMENT                    TRAINING SOURCE:
804   COMBAT STRESS               1B.                               26299       MILITARY TRAINING
                                   b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                           COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                         DESCRIPTION                  DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR


                                                                                  TREATS CHEMICAL, BIOLOGICAL,
                                                                                  & RADIATION INJURY:
                                                                                  DETERMINES SPECIFIC
                                                                                  CHEMICAL INJURY AND
                                                                                  PROVIDES APPROPRIATE
                                                                                  ANTIDOTE AS AVAILABLE.
                                                                                  RECOGNIZES BIOLOGICAL
                                                                                  AGENT EXPOSURE SYMPTOMS
                                                                                  AND INSTITUTES PROPHYLACTIC
                                                                                  TREATMENT IF APPROPRIATE.
                                                                                  RECOGNIZES RADIATION
                                                                                  EXPOSURE SYMPTOMS.

      RT.F-RSVP-44E3A-TREATS       PATIENT EVACUATION, COMBAT                     TRAINING SOURCE:
      CHEMICAL, BIOLOGICAL, &      STRESS, AND NBC MANAGEMENT                     MILITARY NBC EDUCATION OR
805   RADIATION INJURY             1C.                               26299        EQUIVALENT
                                                                                  ADVANCED TRAUMA LIFE
                                                                                  SUPPORT (ATLS): SUCCESSFUL
                                                                                  COMPLETION OF AN ATLS
                                                                                  COURSE. MUST MAINTAIN
                                                                                  CURREENCY IF ONE DOES NOT
                                                                                  HAVE ONGOING INPATIENT OF
                                                                                  OR ER PRIVILEGES (30 DAYS IN 3
                                                                                  YEARS)

                                                                                  TRAINING SOURCE:
      RT.F-RSVP-44F3-ADVANCED      EMERGENCY PROCEDURES-                          ATLS COURSE
806   CARDIAC LIFE SUPPORT(ATLS)   MAJOR 1A.                         26299
                                    b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                            COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                          DESCRIPTION              DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                               ADVANCED CARDIAC LIFE
                                                                               SUPPORT (ACLS):
                                                                               SUCCESSFUL COMPLETION OF
                                                                               AN ACLS COURSE. (REQUIRED BY
                                                                               AFI 44-201)

      RT.F-RSVP-44F3-ADVANCED       EMERGENCY PROCEDURES-                       TRAINING SOURCE:
807   CARDIAC LIFE SUPPORT (ACLS)   MAJOR 1B.                     26299         ACLS COURSE
                                                                                PROVIDE INITIAL MANAGEMENT
                                                                                FOR CRITICALLY ILL PATIENTS:
                                                                                GOAL IS NOT TO BE A
                                                                                HOSPITALIST, BUT TO KNOW THE
                                                                                URENCY OF AEROMEDICAL
                                                                                DISPOSITION. (NOTE: ON GOING
                                                                                PRIVILEGES SUFFICIES, AND IS
                                                                                PREFERRED) MTFS W/O
                                                                                INPATIENT OR ER MAY NEED TO
                                                                                DEVELOP AN MOU WITH
                                                                                ANOTHER MILITARY MTF OR
                                                                                LOCAL CIVILIAN EXPERIENCE IS
                                                                                TO HAVE HANDS ON TRAUMA
                                                                                AND ACUTE CORONARY
                                                                                SYNDROME MANAGEMENT.

                                                                                INPAIENT PRIVILEGES OR
                                                                                EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT
                                                                                PRIVILEDGES OR CSTAR
                                                                                COURSE.
      RT.F-RSVP-44F3-PROVIDE INITIAL
      MANAGEMENT FOR CRITICALLY EMERGENCY PROCEDURES-                           TRAINING SOURCE:
808   ILL                            MAJOR 1C.                    26299         CSTARS COURSE
                               b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                       COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                     DESCRIPTION              DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR

                                                                          TREATS COMBAT STRESS:
                                                                          PERFORMS AN INITIAL
                                                                          EVALUATION OF INDIVIDUAL
                                                                          WHO IS SUFFERING COMBAT
                                                                          STRESS TO DETERMINE IF THE
                                                                          PATIENT NEEDS REFERRAL TO
                                                                          MENTAL HEALTH. TREATS THOSE
                                                                          THAT CAN BE RETURNED TO
                                                                          DUTY WITHOUT MENTAL HEALTH.

                                                                          TRAINING SOURCE:
      RT.F-RSVP-44F3-TREATS                                               N/A
809   COMBAT STRESS            MENTAL HEALTH 1A.             26299
                                                                          PATIENT MOVEMENT IN
                                                                          THEATER:
                                                                          KNOWLEDGE ABOUT HOW TO
                                                                          ENTER/MOVE PATIENTS IN THE
                                                                          AEROVAC SYSTEM.
                                                                          THE CLINICIAN SHOULD BE ABLE
                                                                          TO REQUEST AEROVAC,
                                                                          COMPLETE APPROPRIATE
                                                                          PAPERWORK, COMMUNICATE
                                                                          SEVERITY OF ILLNESS AND
                                                                          URGENCY TO AEROVAC
                                                                          PERSONNEL, TO INCLUDE
                                                                          PATIENT STABILIZATION AND
                                                                          MOVEMENT IN A JOINT-
                                                                          OPERATIONS ENVIROMENT.

      RT.F-RSVP-44F3-PATIENT                                              TRAINING SOURCE:
810   MOVEMENT IN THEATER      AEROVAC 1A.                   26299        N/A
                                  b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                          COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                        DESCRIPTION              DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                             REVIEW UTC CONOPS, UTC
                                                                             EQUIPMENT: DEMONSTRATES
                                                                             AWARENESS OF DUTY
                                                                             DESCRIPTION IN UTC;
                                                                             DEONSTRATES AWARENESS OF
                                                                             ALLOWANCE STANDARD AND
                                                                             AVAILABLE EQUIPMENT.

                                                                             TRAINING SOURCE:
                                                                             UTC-CONOPS AND ALLOWANCE
      RT.F-RSVP-45G3-REVIEW UTC   UTC-RELATED DEPLOYMENT                     STANDARD (FFGYM, FFGYN)
811   CONOPS, UTC                 TRAINING 1a.                  26299

                                                                             MANAGEMENT OF CBRNE
                                                                             CASUALTIES:
                                                                             REVIEW OF CURRENT THREATS,
                                                                             CLINICAL SYNDROMES AND
                                                                             MANAGEMENT TECHNIQUES
                                                                             FOR CHEMICAL,
                                                                             BIOWARFARE/BIOTERRORISM,
                                                                             NUCLEAR/RADIOLOGIC AGENTS-
                                                                             VIA VTC OR VIDEOTAPE, OR
                                                                             REVIEW COURSE AT
                                                                             USAMRIID/LOCAL MTF.

                                                                             TRAINING SOURCE:
      RT.F-RSVP-44F3-MANAGEMENT                                              LOCAL MTF THROUGH VTC OR
812   OF CBRNE CASUALTIES         CBRNE 1A.                     26299        USAMRIID COURSES.
                                b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                        COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                      DESCRIPTION              DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR

                                                                           INTERNAL PELVIC
                                                                           ORGANS/FEMALE INTERNAL
                                                                           GENITAL ORGANS: RECOGNIZE,
                                                                           EVALUATE, TREAT TRAUMATIC
                                                                           INJURY TO INTERNAL GENITAL
                                                                           ORGANS, PARTICUALRLY
                                                                           FEMALE.

                                                                           TRAINING SOURCE:
                                                                           OPERATIONAL OBSTETRICS AND
                                                                           GYNECOLOGY CD-ROM, SECOND
                                                                           EDITION ( NAVMEDPUB 6300-2C);
                                                                           AFMS VIRTUAL LIBRARY WITH
                                                                           SEARCH AND MD CONSULT;
                                                                           ACOG WEB SITE; PARKLAND
                                                                           TRAUMA TEXTS/REFERENCES
      RT.F-RSVP-45G3-INTERNAL                                              TBD
813   PELVIC ORGANS             PELVIC TRAUMA 1a.             26299
                                b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                        COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                      DESCRIPTION              DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                           UNCOMMON ILLNESSES:
                                                                           REVIEW DISEASES/ILLNESSES
                                                                           UNCOMMON IN U.S. PRACTICE
                                                                           THAT MAY BE SEEN COMMONLY
                                                                           IN THE DEPLOYED ENVIRONMENT
                                                                           TO INCLUDE INFECTIOUS
                                                                           DIARRHEA, TUBERCULOSIS,
                                                                           MALARIA, AND OTHER PARASITE
                                                                           DISEASES; HUMANITARIAN
                                                                           ACTIONS, AND CONCERNS OF
                                                                           DISPLACED PEOPLES.
                                                                           KNOWLEDGE OF OPERATIONS
                                                                           WITH OTHER SERVICES,
                                                                           COUNTRIES, AND NON-
                                                                           GOVERNMENTAL
                                                                           ORGANIZATIONS.

      RT.F-RSVP-44F3-UNCOMMON                                              TRAINING SOURCE:
814   ILLNESSES                 INFECTIOUS DISEASE 1A.        26299        N/A

                                                                           EXTERNAL GENITALTRAUMA:
                                                                           RECOGNIZE, EVALUATE, TREAT
                                                                           TRAUMATIC INJURY TO VULVA,
                                                                           VAGINA

                                                                           TRAINING SOURCE:
                                                                           OPERATIONAL OBSTETRICS AND
                                                                           GYNECOLOGY CD-ROM, SECOND
                                                                           EDITION ( NAVMEDPUB 6300-2C);
                                                                           AFMS VIRTUAL LIBRARY WITH
                                                                           SEARCH AND MD CONSULT;
      RT.F-RSVP-45G3-EXTERNAL                                              ACOG WEB SITE;
815   GENITAL TRAUMA            PELVIC TRAUMA 1b.             26299
                                 b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                         COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                       DESCRIPTION               DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR

                                                                             MILITARY MEDICAL
                                                                             HUMANITARIAN ASSISTANCE:
                                                                             COMPLETION OF THE USU
                                                                             MILITARY MEDICAL
                                                                             HUMANITARIAN ASSISTANCE
                                                                             COURSE.

      RT.F-RSVP-44F3-MILITARY                                                TRAINING SOURCE:
      MEDICAL HUMANITARIAN                                                   http://www.dmrti.army.mil
816   ASSISTANCE                 MOOTW 1A.                      26299        http://www.pedsedu.com/mmhac.htm


                                                                             STD'S AND VAGINITIS,
                                                                             PARTICULARLY ENDEMIC TO
                                                                             REGION: RECOGNIZE,
                                                                             EVALUATEAND TREAT STD'S AND
                                                                             VAGINITIS, USING FIELD
                                                                             CONDITIONS, PARTICULARLY
                                                                             THOSE ENDEMIC TO REGION;
                                                                             EDUCATE PREVENTIVE
                                                                             STRATEGIES.
                                                                             TRAINING SOURCE:
                                                                             OPERATIONAL OBSTETRICS AND
                                                                             GYNECOLOGY CD-ROM, SECOND
                                                                             EDITION ( NAVMEDPUB 6300-2C);
      RT.F-RSVP-45G3-STD'S AND                                               CDC/MMWR STD TREATMENT
817   VAGINITIS                  STD'S AND VAGINITIS 1a.        26299        GUIDLINES 2002 ( AVAILABLE ON
                                    b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                            COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                          DESCRIPTION              DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR


                                                                               PERFORM INPATIENT PEDIATRIC
                                                                               AND ADULT MEDICAL CARE:
                                                                               PROVIDE EVALUATION,
                                                                               ADMISSION, AND MANAGEMENT
                                                                               OF NON-CRITICALLY ILL
                                                                               PEDIATRIC AND ADULT
                                                                               INPATIENTS AT LEAST ONE
                                                                               MONTH EVERY 30 MONTHS,
                                                                               UNDERSTANDS THE LIMITATIONS
                                                                               OF PROVIDING THIS CARE IN A
                                                                               DEPLOYED ENVIRONMENT.

                                                                               TRAINING SOURCE:
                                                                               INPATIENT ROTATION OR
                                                                               ONGOING INPATIENT CARE
                                                                               LOCAL MTF
                                                                               MTF'S W/O INPATIENT MAY NEED
      RT.F-RSVP-44F3-PERFORM                                                   TO DEVELOP MOU WITH
      INPATIENT PEDIATRIC & ADULT                                              ANOTHER MILITARY MTF OR
818   MEDICAL CARE                  INPATIENT SKILLS 1A.          26299        LOCAL CIVILIAN FACILITY.
                               b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                       COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                     DESCRIPTION              DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR


                                                                          PERFORM OBSTETRICAL CARE:
                                                                          PROVIDES PRENATAL,
                                                                          ANTEPARTUM, AND
                                                                          POSTPARTUM CARE AT LEAST
                                                                          ONE MONTH EVERY 30 MONTHS.
                                                                          UNDERSTANDS THE LIMITATIONS
                                                                          OF PROVIDING THIS CARE IN A
                                                                          DEPLOYED ENVIRONMENT.

                                                                          TRAINING SOURCES:
                                                                          INPATIENT ROTATION OR
                                                                          ONGOING INPATIENT CARE.
                                                                          LOCAL MTF; MTF'S W/O
                                                                          INPATIENT MAY NEED TO
                                                                          DEVELOP MOU WITH ANOTHER
      RT.F-RSVP-44F3-PERFORM                                              MILITARY MTF OR LOCAL
819   OBSTETRICAL CARE         OBSTETRIC CARE 1A.            26299        CIVILIAN FACILITY
                                    b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                            COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                         DESCRIPTION                 DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR

                                                                                 FEMALE PUBLIC HEALTH,
                                                                                 HYGEINE AND HELATH
                                                                                 MAINTENANCE: ABILITY TO
                                                                                 EDUCATE MEMBERS AND BRIEF
                                                                                 COMMAND-RELATED PERSONNEL
                                                                                 REGARDING FEMALE PUBLIC
                                                                                 HEALTH AND HYGEINE ISSUES
                                                                                 AND FEMALE HEALTH
                                                                                 MAINTENANCE IN FIELD
                                                                                 CONDITIONS.

                                                                                 TRAINING SOURCE:
                                                                                 OPERATIONAL OBSTETRICS AND
                                                                                 GYNECOLOGY CD-ROM, SECOND
                                                                                 EDITION ( NAVMEDPUB 6300-2C);
                                                                                 (CONTAINS SEVERAL SPECIFIC
                                                                                 REFERENCES INCLUDING FM 21-
                                                                                 10, READINESS GUIDE FOR
                                                                                 FEMALE AIRMEN): AFMS VIRTUAL
                                                                                 LIBRARY WITH SEARCH AND MD
                                                                                 CONSULT, ACOG WEB SITE,
                                                                                 FLIGHT SURGEON MANUAL
      RT.F-RSVP-45G3-FEMALE PUBLIC                                               (HARD COPY AVAILABLE TO ALL
820   HEALTH                       HYGEINE/PUBLIC HEALTH 1a.        26299        FS)

                                                                                 KNOWLEDGE/PROFICIENCY WITH
                                                                                 EQUIPMENT/SUPPLIES IN
                                                                                 ALLOWANCE STANDARD:
                                                                                 REVIEW AND OPERATE
                                                                                 EQUIPMENT ADN SUPPLIES USED
                                                                                 IN DEPLOYMENT UTC'S DURING
                                                                                 ANNUAL CMRT OR AT EMEDS.
      RT.F-RSVP-44F3-
      KNOWLEDGE/PROFICIENCY WITH                                                 TRAINING SOURCE:
821   EQUIPMENT/SUPPLIES         LOGISTICS 1A.                      26299        EMEDS COURSE
                              b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                      COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                    DESCRIPTION                 DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR


                                                                            CONTRACEPTION: EDUCATE
                                                                            MEMBERS REGARDING
                                                                            CONTRACEPTIVE MEASURES IN
                                                                            FIELD CONDITIONS, ENSURE
                                                                            ACCESS TO PREFERRED
                                                                            MEASURES AND APPROPRIATE
                                                                            USE: ENSURE AVAILABILITY IN
                                                                            UTC SUPPLY

                                                                            TRAINING SOURCE:
                                                                            OPERATIONAL OBSTETRICS AND
                                                                            GYNECOLOGY CD-ROM, SECOND
                                                                            EDITION ( NAVMEDPUB 6300-2C);
                                                                            (CONTAINS SEVERAL SPECIFIC
                                                                            REFERENCES INCLUDING FM 21-
                                                                            10, READINESS GUIDE FOR
                                                                            FEMALE AIRMEN): AFMS VIRTUAL
      RT.F-RSVP-45G3-                                                       LIBRARY WITH SEARCH AND MD
822   CONTRACEPTION           HYGEINE/PUBLIC HEALTH 1b.        26299        CONSULT, ACOG WEB SITE.
                                                                            TRAUMA AND CRITICAL CARE
                                                                            MANAGEMENT:
                                                                            TRIAGE, EVALUATE, AND
                                                                            MANAGE PATIENTS USING
                                                                            ADVANCED TRAUMA LIFE
                                                                            SUPPORT (ATLS) PROTOCOLS.

                                                                            TRAINING SOURCES:
      RT.F-RSVP-44G3-TRAUMA   TRAUMA AND CRITICAL CARE                      MTF OR ALTERNATE SUCH AS
823   MANAGEMENT              MANAGEMENT 1A.                   26299        MOONLIGHTING OR CSTARS
                                     b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                             COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                           DESCRIPTION                DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                                  CRITICAL CARE MANAGEMENT:
                                                                                  INITIAL MANAGEMENT OF
                                                                                  CRITICALLY ILL PATIENTS
                                                                                  INCLUDING MANAGEMENT OF
                                                                                  CARDIAC AND PULMONARY
                                                                                  DISORDERS AND THE USE OF
                                                                                  VASOACTIVE MEDICATIONS.

                                                                                  TRAINING SOURCES:
      RT.F-RSVP-44G3-CRITICAL CARE   TRAUMA AND CRITICAL CARE                     MTF OR ALTERNATE SUCH AS
824   MANAGEMENT                     MANAGEMENT 1B.                  26299        MOONLIGHTING OR CSTARS


                                                                                  GYN SURGICAL PROCEDURES
                                                                                  MORE COMMONLY SEEN IN
                                                                                  HUMRO/MMOTW: RECOGNIZE,
                                                                                  EVALUATE,TREAT CONDITIONS
                                                                                  POTENTIALLY MORE COMMON IN
                                                                                  HUMRO/MOOTW SETTING (
                                                                                  TRAUMATIC LACERATIONS,
                                                                                  FEMALE GENITAL MUTILATIONS,
                                                                                  FISTULAS)

                                                                                  TRAINING SOURCE:
                                                                                  OPERATIONAL OBSTETRICS AND
                                                                                  GYNECOLOGY CD-ROM, SECOND
                                                                                  EDITION ( NAVMEDPUB 6300-2C);
                                                                                  (CONTAINS SEVERAL SPECIFIC
                                                                                  REFERENCES INCLUDING FM 21-
                                                                                  10, READINESS GUIDE FOR
                                                                                  FEMALE AIRMEN): AFMS VIRTUAL
      RT.F-RSVP-45G3-GYN SURGICAL                                                 LIBRARY WITH SEARCH AND MD
825   PROCEDURES                     HUMRO-GYN SURGERY 1a.           26299        CONSULT, ACOG WEB SITE.
                                   b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                           COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                         DESCRIPTION                DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR


                                                                                OBSTETRIC IN FIELD
                                                                                CONDITIONS: FAMILIARITY WITH
                                                                                ANTENATAL, INTRAPARTUM, AND
                                                                                POSTPARTUM CARE FIELD
                                                                                CONDITIONS.

                                                                                TRAINING SOURCE:
                                                                                OPERATIONAL OBSTETRICS AND
                                                                                GYNECOLOGY CD-ROM, SECOND
                                                                                EDITION ( NAVMEDPUB 6300-2C);
                                                                                (CONTAINS SEVERAL SPECIFIC
                                                                                REFERENCES INCLUDING FM 21-
                                                                                10, READINESS GUIDE FOR
                                                                                FEMALE AIRMEN): AFMS VIRTUAL
      RT.F-RSVP-45G3-OBSTETRICS IN                                              LIBRARY WITH SEARCH AND MD
826   FIELD CONDITIONS             OBSTETRIC PRACTICE 1a.          26299        CONSULT, ACOG WEB SITE.
                                                                                UNDERSTAND PROPER
                                                                                UTILIZATION OF SECURE
                                                                                COMMUNICATION DEVICES (AFI
                                                                                33-209)
                                                                                UNDERSTAND THE PURPOSE,
                                                                                USE, AND CONTROLOF SECURE
                                                                                VOICE/DATA DEVICES, AND
                                                                                ENCRYPTION DEVICES NOT ONLY
                                                                                IN A DEPLOYED ENVIRONMENT
                                                                                BUT HOME STATION SITUATION
                                                                                WHERE SECURE
                                                                                COMMUNICATIONS IS
                                                                                WARRANTED.

                                                                                TRAINING SOURCE:
      RT.F-RSVP-44G3-UNDERSTAND                                                 MTF OR ALTERNATE SUCH AS
      UTILIZATION OF SECURE                                                     MOONLIGHTING OR CSTARS OR
827   COMMUNICATION                EMERGENCY PROCEDURES 1A.        26299        PROCEDURE LABORATORY
                                b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                        COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                      DESCRIPTION              DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR



                                                                           NEONATAL RESUSCITATION:
                                                                           TRAINED IN NEONATAL
                                                                           RESUSCITATION PROGRAM (NRP)

                                                                           TRAINING SOURCE:
                                                                           NRP WEB SITE; COURSE
                                                                           COMPLETION
                                                                           OPERATIONAL OBSTETRICS AND
                                                                           GYNECOLOGY CD-ROM, SECOND
                                                                           EDITION ( NAVMEDPUB 6300-2C);
                                                                           (CONTAINS SEVERAL SPECIFIC
                                                                           REFERENCES INCLUDING FM 21-
                                                                           10, READINESS GUIDE FOR
                                                                           FEMALE AIRMEN): AFMS VIRTUAL
      RT.F-RSVP-45G3-NEONATAL                                              LIBRARY WITH SEARCH AND MD
828   RESUSCITATION             OBSTETRIC PRACTICE 1b.        26299        CONSULT, ACOG WEB SITE.
                                   b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                           COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                         DESCRIPTION                DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR

                                                                                ESTABLISHES ADVANCED
                                                                                INTRAVENOUS ACCESS:
                                                                                ESTABLISHES INTRAVENOUS
                                                                                ACCESS THROUGH THE
                                                                                PERCUTANEOUS INSERTION OF
                                                                                AN INTRAVENOUS CATHETER
                                                                                INTO AN INTERNAL JUGULAR,
                                                                                FEMORAL OR SUBCLAVIAN VEIN.
                                                                                ESTABLISHES INTRAVENOUS
                                                                                ACCESS BY VENOUS CUTDOWN
                                                                                INCLUDING INCISION, VEIN
                                                                                IDENTIFICATION, CATHETER
                                                                                INSERTION UNDER DIRECT
                                                                                VISUALIZATION AND SUTURING
                                                                                OF INCISION.

                                                                                TRAINING SOURCE:
      RT.F-RSVP-44G3-ESTABLISHES                                                MTF OR ALTERNATE SUCH AS
      ADVANCED INTRAVENOUS                                                      MOONLIGHTING OR CSTARS OR
829   ACCESS                       EMERGENCY PROCEDURES 1B.        26299        PROCEDURE LABORATORY
                                b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                        COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                      DESCRIPTION              DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR


                                                                           PATIENT EDUCATION FOR
                                                                           ANTENATAL CARE IN
                                                                           HUMRO/MOOTW: FAMILIARTY
                                                                           WITH LIMITED POTENTIAL FOR
                                                                           ANTENATAL CARE IN
                                                                           HUMRO/MOOTW; RECOGNIZE
                                                                           OPPORTUNITIES TO MAXIMIZE
                                                                           CARE WITH LIMITED ACCESS.

                                                                           TRAINING SOURCE:
                                                                           OPERATIONAL OBSTETRICS AND
                                                                           GYNECOLOGY CD-ROM, SECOND
                                                                           EDITION ( NAVMEDPUB 6300-2C);
                                                                           (CONTAINS SEVERAL SPECIFIC
                                                                           REFERENCES INCLUDING FM 21-
                                                                           10, READINESS GUIDE FOR
      RT.F-RSVP-45G3-PATIENT                                               FEMALE AIRMEN): AFMS VIRTUAL
      EDUCATION FOR ANTENATAL                                              LIBRARY WITH SEARCH AND MD
830   CARE                      OBSTETRIC PRACTICE 1c.        26299        CONSULT, ACOG WEB SITE.
                                   b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                           COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                         DESCRIPTION                DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                                PERFORMS THORACOSTOMY:
                                                                                USING APPROPRIATE
                                                                                TECHNIQUES, POSITIONS THE
                                                                                PATIENT, INJECTS INFILTRATIVE
                                                                                ANESTHESIA. AND CORRECTLY
                                                                                INSERTS A NEEDLE TO
                                                                                THORACOSTOMY TUBE INTO THE
                                                                                PATIENT'S CHEST CAVITY.
                                                                                APPROPRIATELY SECURES
                                                                                CHEST TUBE, APPLIES
                                                                                OCCLUSIVE DRESSING, AND
                                                                                ATTACHES THE TUBE TO ONE-
                                                                                WAY VALVE OR WATER SEAL.

                                                                                 TRAINING SOURCE:
                                                                                 MTF OR ALTERNATE SUCH AS
      RT.F-RSVP-44G3-PERFORMS                                                    MOONLIGHTING OR CSTARS OR
831   THORACOSTOMY                 EMERGENCY PROCEDURES 1C.         26299        PROCEDURE LABORATORY
                                                                                 TOTAL MAJOR CASES:
                                                                                 PERIOPERATIVE CARE OF
      RT.F-RSVP-45N3-TOTAL MAJOR   TRAUMA AND SURGERY                            PATIENTS (100 SURGICAL CASES
832   CASES                        MANAGEMENT 1a.                   26299        EVERY 15 MONTHS)
                                                                                 HEAD AND NECK SOFT TISSUE
      RT.F-RSVP-45N3-HEAD AND NECK TRAUMA AND SURGERY                            TRAUMA: 12 PATIENTS EVERY 15
833   SOFT TISSUE TRAUMA           MANAGEMENT 1b.                   26299        MONTHS.
                                  b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                          COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                       DESCRIPTION                DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                              PERFORMS
                                                                              PERICARDIOCNETESIS:
                                                                              OBTAINS NECESSARY SUPPLIES,
                                                                              POSITIONS PATIENT, INSERTS A
                                                                              NEEDLE INTO THE PERCARDIAL
                                                                              SAC AND ASPIRATES FOR
                                                                              BLOOD.

                                                                               TRAINING SOURCE:
                                                                               MTF OR ALTERNATE SUCH AS
      RT.F-RSVP-44G3-PERFORMS                                                  MOONLIGHTING OR CSTARS OR
834   PERICARDIOCENTESIS         EMERGENCY PROCEDURES 1D.        26299         PROCEDURE LABORATORY
                                                                               HEAD AND NECK BONEY
      RT.F-RSVP-45N3-HEAD AND NECK TRAUMA AND SURGERY                          TRAUMA: 9 PATIENTS EVERY 15
835   BONEY TRAUMA                 MANAGEMENT 1c.                26299         MONTHS
                                                                               OPEN NECK
      RT.F-RSVP-45N3-OPEN NECK                                                 PROCEDURES/CAROTID SHEATH
      PROCEDURES/CAROTID SHEATH TRAUMA AND SURGERY                             EXPOSURE: 6 CASES EVERY 15
836   EXPOSURE                  MANAGEMENT 1d.                   26299         MONTHS
                                                                               REDUCES FRACTURES AND
                                                                               DISLOCATIONS:
                                                                               PERFORMS CLOSED REDUCTION
                                                                               OF SIMPLE FRACTURES OR
                                                                               MINOR DISLOCATIONS OF
                                                                               JOINTS.
                                                                               SPLINTS OR OTHERWISE
                                                                               IMMOBILIZES INJURIES
                                                                               APPROPRIATELY.
                                                                               PERFORMS WOUND CARE OF
                                                                               SKIN AND SOFT-TISSUE
                                                                               WOUNDS.

                                                                               TRAINING SOURCES:
                                                                               MTF OR ALTERNATE SUCH AS
      RT.F-RSVP-44G3-REDUCES                                                   MOONLIGHTING OR CSTARS OR
837   FRACTURES AND DISLOCATIONS EMERGENCY PROCEDURES 1A.        26299         PROCEDURE LABORATORY
                                  b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                          COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                       DESCRIPTION                  DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
     RT.F-RSVP-45N3-SKULL                                                       SKULL BASE/CENTRAL NERVOUS
     BASE/CENTRAL NERVOUS        TRAUMA AND SURGERY                             SYSTEM TRAUMA: 3 PATIENTS
838  SYSTEM TRAUMA               MANAGEMENT 1e.                     26299       EVERY 15 MONTHS.
                                                                                HEAD AND NECK
      RT.F-RSVP-45N3-HEAD AND NECK TRAUMA AND SURGERY                           PLASTIC/RECONTRUCTION: 6
839   PLASTIC/RECONTRUCTION        MANAGEMENT 1f.                   26299       CASES EVERY 15 MONTHS
                                                                                SURGICAL AIRWAY
      RT.F-RSVP-45N3-SURGICAL    TRAUMA AND SURGERY                             MANAGEMENT: 3 CASES EVERY
840   AIRWAY MANAGEMENT          MANAGEMENT 1g.                     26299       15 MONTHS.

                                                                                EVALUATES EVACUATION
                                                                                PATIENT:
                                                                                EVALUATES EACH CASUALTY
                                                                                AND AVAILABLE MEDICAL
                                                                                DOCUMENTS AND DETERMINES
                                                                                IF PATIENT IS CAPABLE OF
                                                                                WITHSTANDING EVACUATION.
                                                                                ASSIGNS AND
                                                                                EVACUATIONPRIORITY
                                                                                {INCLUDING THE NEED FOR
                                                                                CCATT COVERAGE} TO EACH
                                                                                PATIENT BASED ON SEVERITY OF
                                                                                ILLNESS, TACTICAL SITUATION,
                                                                                AVAILAVLE RESOURCES, ADN
                                                                                CULTURAL FACTORS.
                                 PATIENT EVACUATION, COMBAT
      RT.F-RSVP-44G3-EVALUATES   STRESS, AND NBC MANAGEMENT                     TRAINING SOURCE:
841   EVACUATION PATIENT         1A.                               26299        MILITARY TRAINING
                                                                                MAINTAIN CURRENT ADVANCED
      RT.F-RSVP-45N3-MAINTAIN                                                   TRAUMA LIFE SUPPORT (ATLS)
      CURRENT ADVANCED TRAUMA    CRITICAL CARE MANAGEMENT                       CERTIFICATION: ATTEND ATLS
842   LIFE SUPPORT               1a.                               26299        COURSE

                                                                                MEDICAL AIRWAY MANAGEMENT:
      RT.F-RSVP-45N3-MEDICAL     CRITICAL CARE MANAGEMENT                       INTUBATE AND LARYNGOSCOPY (
843   AIRWAY MANAGEMENT          1b.                               26299        6 CASES EVERY 15 MONTHS ).
                                b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                        COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                      DESCRIPTION                  DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                               TREATS COMBAT STRESS:
                                                                               PERFORMS AN INITIAL
                                                                               EVALUATION OF INDIVIDUAL
                                                                               WHO IS SUFFERING COMBAT
                                                                               STRESS TO DETERMINE IF THE
                                                                               PATIENT NEEDS REFERRAL TO
                                                                               LIFE SKILLS. TREATS THOSE
                                                                               THAT CAN BE RETURNED TO
                                                                               DUTY AFTER BICEPS THERAPY.
                                PATIENT EVACUATION, COMBAT
      RT.F-RSVP-44G3-TREATS     STRESS, AND NBC MANAGEMENT                      TRAINING SOURCE:
844   COMBAT STRESS             1B.                               26299         MILITARY TRAINING

                                                                                TREATS, CHEMICAL, BIOLOGICAL,
                                                                                AND RADIATION INJURY:
                                                                                RECOGNIZES CHEMICAL,
                                                                                BIOLOGICAL, RADIO-LOGICAL
                                                                                AND NUCLEAR INJURY.
                                                                                DETERMINES THE SPECIFIC
                                                                                AGENT INVOLVED, INSTITUTES
                                                                                APPROPRIATE PROPHYLAXIS
                                                                                AND INITIATES TREATMENTS AS
                                                                                NEEDED.

      RT.F-RSVP-44G3-TREATS     PATIENT EVACUATION, COMBAT                      TRAINING SOURCE:
      CHEMICAL, BIOLOGICAL, &   STRESS, AND NBC MANAGEMENT                      MILITARY NBC EDUCATION OR
845   RADIATION INJURY          1C.                               26299         EQUIVALENT
                                   b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                           COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                         DESCRIPTION                  DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR

                                                                                  CASELOAD DOCUMENTATION:
                                                                                  COMPLETE AND FORWARD
                                                                                  CASELOG TO GENERAL SURGER
                                                                                  CONSULTANT BY 1 AUGUST OF
                                                                                  EACH YER. ACASELOG SHOULD
                                                                                  DOCUMENT CLINICAL ACTIVITY
                                                                                  DURING THE PERIOD OF 1 JULY
                                                                                  XX THROUGH 30 JUNE XX.
                                                                                  COUNT ONLY CASES FOR WHICH
                                                                                  YOU WERE THE PRIMARY
                                                                                  SURGEON.

      RT.F-RSVP-45S3-CASELOAD                                                     TRAINING SOURCE:
846   DOCUMENTATION                CASELOAD DOCUMENTATION 1a.        26299        ALL LOCATIONS
                                                                                  UNDERSTANDS PREVENTIVE
                                                                                  MEDICINE IN HUMANITARIAN
                                                                                  EMERGENCY:
                                                                                  UNDERSTANDS PRINCIPLES OF
                                                                                  DISEASE TRANSMISSION IN
                                                                                  DISRUPTED POPULATION,
                                                                                  ASSESSES HEALTH NEEDS OF
                                                                                  POPULATION, AND
                                                                                  UNDERSTANDS BASIC PUBLIC
                                                                                  HEALTH SURVEILLANE SYSTEMS
                                                                                  IN THE FIELD.

      RT.F-RSVP-44K3-UNDERSTANDS                                                  TRAINING SOURCE;
847   PREVENTIVE MEDICINE          HUMANITARIAN 1A.                  26299        http://www.dmrti.army.mil
                                   b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                           COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                         DESCRIPTION              DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR


                                                                              TOTAL MAJOR CASES: PRE-
                                                                              OPERATIVE ASSESSMENT,
                                                                              INTRAOPERATIVE MANAGEMENT
                                                                              AND POST-OPERATIVE FOLLOW-
                                                                              UP. COUNT ONLY CASES FOR
                                                                              WHICH YOU WERE THE PRIMARY
                                                                              SURGEON.

                                                                              TRAINING SOURCE:
                                                                              MTF OR ALTERNATIVE SITES
      RT.F-RSVP-45S3-TOTAL MAJOR                                              SUCH AS VA MOONLIGHTING,
848   CASES                        SURGICAL CASES 1a.            26299        CIVILIAN COOPERATIVE, CSTARS
                                                                              RECOGNIZES AND TREATS
                                                                              INFECTIOUS DISEASES:
                                                                              RECOGNIZES AND TREATS
                                                                              PERTINENT INFECTIOUS
                                                                              DISEASES, WITH SPECIFIC
                                                                              EMPHASIS ON DISEASES WITH
                                                                              INCREASED MORIDITY AND
                                                                              MORTALITY IN DISRUPTED
                                                                              POPULATIONS, TO INCLUDE
                                                                              INFECTIOUS DIARRHERA,
                                                                              TUBERCULOSIS, MALARIA AND
                                                                              OTHER PARASITIC DISEASES.

                                                                              TRAINING SOURCES:
      RT.F-RSVP-44K3-RECOGNIZES                                               MMHAC
      AND TREATS INFECTIOUS                                                   http://www.dmrti.army.mil
849   DISEASES                     HUMANITARIAN 1B.              26299
                                  b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                          COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                        DESCRIPTION              DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR


                                                                             ALIMENTARY TRACT SURGERY:
                                                                             INCLUDES ESOPHAGEAL,
                                                                             GASTRIC, SMALL AND LARGE
                                                                             BOWEL.EXCLUDES SIMPLE
                                                                             APPENDECTOMY, ANORECTAL.
                                                                             PRIMARY AND ASSISTANT
                                                                             SURGEON MAY DOUBLE COUNT.

                                                                             TRAINING SOURCE:
                                                                             MTF OR ALTERNATIVE SITES
      RT.F-RSVP-45S3-ALIMENTARY                                              SUCH AS VA MOONLIGHTING,
850   TRACT SURGERY               SURGICAL CASES 1b.            26299        CIVILIAN COOPERATIVE, CSTARS
                                  b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                          COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                        DESCRIPTION              DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                             RECOGNIZES AND TREATS
                                                                             MALNUTRIONAL AND
                                                                             DEHYDRATION:
                                                                             RECOGNIZES AND TREATS
                                                                             VARIOUS DEGREES OF
                                                                             MALNUTRITION AND
                                                                             DEHYDRATION, WITH
                                                                             UNDERSTANDING OF ROLE OF
                                                                             ORAL VS INTRAVENOUS
                                                                             HYDRATION AND THE ROLE OF
                                                                             ADEQUAE NUTRITION IN DISEASE
                                                                             PREVENTION.
                                                                             DEMONSTRATES
                                                                             UNDERSTANDING AND
                                                                             IMPORTANCE OF POPULATION
                                                                             AND INDIVIDUAL
                                                                             ANTHROPOMETRIC DATA, AND
                                                                             DESIGNS APPROPRIATE FEEDING
                                                                             PLANS.

      RT.F-RSVP-44K3-RECOGNIZES                                               TRAINING SOURCE:
      AND TREATS                                                              MMHAC
851   MALNUTRITION/DEHYDRATION    HUMANITARIAN 1C.              26299         http://www.dmrti.army.mil
                                                                              NEONATAL RESUSCITATION
                                                                              PROGRAM(NRP):
                                                                              INITIATE AND PERFORM NRP
                                                                              ACCORDING TO CURRENT
                                                                              PROTOCOLS.

      RT.F-RSVP-44K3-NEONATAL     EMERGENY PROCEDURES-                        TRAINING SOURCE:
852   RESUSCITATION PROGRAM (NRP) MAJOR                         26299         NRP COURSE
                                 b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                         COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                       DESCRIPTION              DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR


                                                                            ABDOMINAL SURGERY:
                                                                            INCLUDES LAPAROTOMY, LIVER
                                                                            COMPLEXBILIARY TRACT,
                                                                            PANCREAS, SPLEEN. EXCLUDES
                                                                            HERNIA, LAP CHOLE. PRIMARY
                                                                            AND ASSISTANT SURGEON MAY
                                                                            DOUBLE COUNT.

                                                                            TRAINING SOURCE:
                                                                            MTF OR ALTERNATIVE SITES
      RT.F-RSVP-45S3-ABDOMINAL                                              SUCH AS VA MOONLIGHTING,
853   SURGERY                    SURGICAL CASES 1c.            26299        CIVILIAN COOPERATIVE, CSTARS


                                                                            VASCULAR SURGERY: INCLUDES
                                                                            AORTA, CAROTID,
                                                                            INFRAINGUINAL, AVF/AVG,
                                                                            VASCULAR TRAUMA/REPAIR.
                                                                            EXCLUDES HERNI, LAP CHOLE.
                                                                            PRIMARY AND ASSISTANT
                                                                            SURGEON MAY DOUBLE COUNT.

                                                                            TRAINING SOURCE:
                                                                            MTF OR ALTERNATIVE SITES
      RT.F-RSVP-45S3-VASCULAR                                               SUCH AS VA MOONLIGHTING,
855   SURGERY                    SURGICAL CASES 1d.            26299        CIVILIAN COOPERATIVE, CSTARS
                                   b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                           COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                        DESCRIPTION                 DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR


                                                                                THORACIC SURGERY: INCLUDES
                                                                                THORACOTOMY, MEDIAN
                                                                                STERNOTOMY, THORACOSCOPY
                                                                                OR TUBE THORACOSTOMY.
                                                                                PRIMARY AND ASSISTANT
                                                                                SURGEON MAY DOUBLE COUNT.

                                                                                TRAINING SOURCE:
                                                                                MTF OR ALTERNATIVE SITES
      RT.F-RSVP-45S3-THORACIC                                                   SUCH AS VA MOONLIGHTING,
856   SURGERY                     SURGICAL CASES 1e.               26299        CIVILIAN COOPERATIVE, CSTARS


                                                                                CRITICAL CARE MANAGEMENT:
                                                                                MANAGE CRITICALLY ILL
                                                                                PATIENTS VENTILATORS,
                                                                                VASOACTIVE DRIPS,
                                                                                HEMORRHAGE, DYSHYTHMIA.
                                                                                COUNT ONLY CASES IN WHICH
                                                                                YOU WERE ACTIVELY INVOLVED.

                                                                                TRAINING SOURCE:
                                                                                MTF OR ALTERNATIVE SITES
      RT.F-RSVP-4SN3-CRITICAL CARE TRAUMA AND CRITICAL CARE                     SUCH AS VA MOONLIGHTING,
857   MANAGEMENT                   MANAGEMENT 1a.                  26299        CIVILIAN COOPERATIVE, CSTARS,
                                    b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                            COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                          DESCRIPTION                DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                                 ADVANCED TRAUMA LIFE
                                                                                 SUPPORT OR BASIC TRAUMA
                                                                                 LIFE SUPPORT (BTLS) COURSE:
                                                                                 INITIATE AND PERFORM ATLS
                                                                                 INTERVENTIONS ACCORDING TO
                                                                                 CURRENT PROTOCOLS.

                                                                                  TRAINING SOURCES:
                                                                                  ATLS OR BTLS COURSE
      RT.F-RSVP-44K3-ADVANCED       EMERGENCY PROCEDURES-
858   TRAUMA LIFE SUPPORT (ATLS)    MAJOR 1C.                       26299

                                                                                  TRAUMA: TRIAGE, EVALUATE,
                                                                                  MANAGE PATIENTS USING ATLS
                                                                                  SKILLS. COUNT ONLY CASES IN
                                                                                  WHICH YOU WERE ACTIVELY
                                                                                  INVOLVED.

                                                                                  TRAINING SOURCE:
                                                                                  MTF OR ALTERNATIVE SITES
                                    TRAUMA AND CRITICAL CARE                      SUCH AS VA MOONLIGHTING,
859   RT.F-RSVP-45S3-TRAUMA         MANAGEMENT 1b.                  26299         CIVILIAN COOPERATIVE, CSTARS,
                                                                                  ADVANCED CARDIAC LIFE
                                                                                  SUPPORT:
                                                                                  INITIATE AND PERFORM ACLS
                                                                                  ACCORDING TO CURRENT
                                                                                  PROTOCOLS.

      RT.F-RSVP-44K3-ADVANCED       EMERGENCY PROCEDURES-                         TRAINING SOURCE:
860   CARDIAC LIFE SUPPORT (ACLS)   MAJOR 1D.                       26299         ACLS COURSE
                                    b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                            COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                          DESCRIPTION                DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR


                                                                                 CERTIFICATIONS: ATLS, TRACS:
                                                                                 MAINTAIN ATLS AND TRACS
                                                                                 CERTIFICATES ON ALTERNATING
                                                                                 TWO YEAR CYCLE. TRACS MAY
                                                                                 BE WAIVED IF CONTINUING
                                                                                 EXPERIENCE AT LEVEL I AND II
                                                                                 TRAUMA CENTER.

                                                                                 TRAINING SOURCE:
                                                                                 MTF OR ALTERNATIVE SITES
                                    TRAUMA AND CRITICAL CARE                     SUCH AS VA MOONLIGHTING,
861   RT.F-RSVP-45S3-CERTIFCATION   MANAGEMENT 1c.                  26299        CIVILIAN COOPERATIVE, CSTARS,


                                                                                 MANAGEMENT OF CBRNE
                                                                                 CASUALTIES:
                                                                                 REVIEW OF CURRENT THREATS,
                                                                                 CLINICAL SYNDROMES AND
                                                                                 MANAGEMENT FOR CHEMICAL,
                                                                                 BIOWARFARE/BIOTERRORISM
                                                                                 AGENTS, AND
                                                                                 NUCLEAR/RADIOLOGIC AGENTS.

                                                                                 TRAINING SOURCES:
                                                                                 VTC/VIDEOTAPE, OR REVIEW
      RT.F-RSVP-44K3-MANAGEMENT                                                  COURSE AT USAMRIID OR LOCAL
862   OF CBRNE CASUALTIES           CBRNE 1A.                       26299        MTF
                                  b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                          COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                        DESCRIPTION                DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR

                                                                               CSTARS ATTENDANCE
                                                                               REQUIRED BEGINNING TWO
                                                                               YEARS AFTER RESIDENCY OR
                                                                               FELLOWSHIP COPLETION.
                                                                               REQUIRMENT MAY BE WAIVED IF
                                                                               CONTINUING EXPERIENCE AT
                                                                               LEVEL I AND II TRAUMA CENTER
                                                                               AND MEETING CRITICAL CARE
                                                                               RSV.

                                                                               TRAINING SOURCE:
      RT.F-RSVP-45S3-CSTARS       TRAUMA AND CRITICAL CARE                     LEVEL I AND II TRAUMA CENTER
863   ATTENDANCE                  MANAGEMENT 1d.                  26299        OR DESIGNATED CSTARS SITE

                                                                               KNOWLEDGE/PROFICIENCY WITH
                                                                               EQUIPMENT/SUPPLIES IN
                                                                               ALLOWANCE STANDARDS:
                                                                               REVIEW, OPERATE AND
                                                                               DEMOSTRATE PROFICIENCY
                                                                               WITH EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES
                                                                               USED IN DEPLOYMENT UTC'S.
      RT.F-RSVP-44K3-
      KNOWLEDGE/PROFICIENCY WITH                                               TRAINING SOURCE:
864   EQUIPMENT/SUPPLIES         LOGISTICS 1A.                    26299        ANNUAL MURT OR AT EMEDS
                                   b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                           COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                         DESCRIPTION                  DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                                  MAJOR THORACIC CASES:
                                                                                  INCLUDES LUNG RESECTION (
                                                                                  OPEN OR VATS), CHEST WALL
                                                                                  CHEST WALL RESECTION,
                                                                                  REPAIR OF CARDIAC WOUND,
                                                                                  PERICARDIAL WINDOW,
                                                                                  ESOPHAGECTOMY. PRIMARY
                                                                                  AND ASSISTANT SURGEON MAY
                                                                                  DOUBLE-COUNT. ( 15 CASES
                                                                                  EVERY 15 MONTHS)

                                                                                  TRAINING SOURCE:
      RT.F-RSVP-45S3A-MAJOR                                                       MTF OR ALTERNATIVE SITES.
865   THORACIC CASES               THORACIC CASES 1a.                26299
                                                                                  AEROEVACUATION:
                                                                                  BASIC KNOWLEDGE OF
                                                                                  AEROMEDICAL EVACUATION
                                                                                  SYSTEM.
                                                                                  EVUALUATES PATIENT FOR
                                                                                  PRIORITY OF AEROVAC AND
                                                                                  SPECIAL NEEDS DURING
                                                                                  TRANSPORTATION.
                                                                                  ASSURES THAT PATIENT IS
                                                                                  CAPABLE OF TRAVEL.

      RT.F-RSVP-44K3-AEROMEDICAL                                                  TRAINING SOURCES:
866   EVACUATION                   AEROMEDICAL EVACUATION 1a.        26299        N/A
                                   b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                           COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                        DESCRIPTION               DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                              UNDERSTANDS PREVENTIVE
                                                                              MEDICINE IN HUMANITARIAN
                                                                              EMERGENCY:
                                                                              UNDERSTANDS PRINCIPLES OF
                                                                              DISEASE TRANSMISSION IN
                                                                              DISRUPTED POPULATION,
                                                                              ASSESSES HEALTH NEEDS OF
                                                                              POPULATION, AND
                                                                              UNDERSTANDS BASIC PUBLIC
                                                                              HEALTH SURVEILLANE SYSTEMS
                                                                              IN THE FIELD.

      RT.F-RSVP-44K3A-UNDERSTANDS                                             TRAINING SOURCE;
867   PREVENTIVE MEDICINE         HUMANITARIAN 1A.               26299        http://www.dmrti.army.mil
                                                                              MINOR THORACIC CASES:
                                                                              INCLUDES BRONCHOSCOPY,
                                                                              CHEST TUBE PLACEMENT,
                                                                              PERICARDIOCENTESIS,
                                                                              THORACENTESIS, PLEURAL
                                                                              BIOPSY. COUNT ONLY CASES IN
                                                                              WHICH YOU WERE ACTIVELY
                                                                              INVOLVED. (10 CASES EVERY 15
                                                                              MONTHS)

                                                                              TRAINING SOURCE:
      RT.F-RSVP-45S3A-MINOR                                                   MTF OR ALTERNATIVE SITES.
868   THORACIC CASES              THORACIC CASES 1b.             26299
                                   b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                           COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                         DESCRIPTION                 DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                                 RECOGNIZES AND TREATS
                                                                                 INFECTIOUS DISEASES:
                                                                                 RECOGNIZES AND TREATS
                                                                                 PERTINENT INFECTIOUS
                                                                                 DISEASES, WITH SPECIFIC
                                                                                 EMPHASIS ON DISEASES WITH
                                                                                 INCREASED MORIDITY AND
                                                                                 MORTALITY IN DISRUPTED
                                                                                 POPULATIONS, TO INCLUDE
                                                                                 INFECTIOUS DIARRHERA,
                                                                                 TUBERCULOSIS, MALARIA AND
                                                                                 OTHER PARASITIC DISEASES.

                                                                                  TRAINING SOURCES:
      RT.F-RSVP-44K3A-RECOGNIZES                                                  MMHAC
      AND TREATS INFECTIOUS                                                       http://www.dmrti.army.mil
869   DISEASES                     HUMANITARIAN 1B.                 26299


                                                                                  CRITICAL CARE MANAGEMENT:
                                                                                  MANAGE CRITICALLY ILL
                                                                                  PATIENTS VENTILATORS,
                                                                                  VASOACTIVE DRIPS,
                                                                                  HEMORRHAGE, DYSHYTHMIA.
                                                                                  COUNT ONLY CASES IN WHICH
                                                                                  YOU WERE ACTIVELY INVOLVED.
                                                                                  (10 CASES EVERY 15 MONTHS)

                                                                                  TRAINING SOURCE:
                                                                                  MTF OR ALTERNATIVE SITES
                                    TRUAMA AND CRITICAL CARE                      SUCH AS VA MOONLIGHTING,
870   RT.F-RSVP-45S3A-CRITICAL CARE MANAGEMENT 1a.                  26299         CIVILIAN COOPERATIVE, CSTARS,
                                   b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                           COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                        DESCRIPTION               DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                              RECOGNIZES AND TREATS
                                                                              MALNUTRIONAL AND
                                                                              DEHYDRATION:
                                                                              RECOGNIZES AND TREATS
                                                                              VARIOUS DEGREES OF
                                                                              MALNUTRITION AND
                                                                              DEHYDRATION, WITH
                                                                              UNDERSTANDING OF ROLE OF
                                                                              ORAL VS INTRAVENOUS
                                                                              HYDRATION AND THE ROLE OF
                                                                              ADEQUAE NUTRITION IN DISEASE
                                                                              PREVENTION.
                                                                              DEMONSTRATES
                                                                              UNDERSTANDING AND
                                                                              IMPORTANCE OF POPULATION
                                                                              AND INDIVIDUAL
                                                                              ANTHROPOMETRIC DATA, AND
                                                                              DESIGNS APPROPRIATE FEEDING
                                                                              PLANS.

      RT.F-RSVP-44K3A-RECOGNIZES &                                             TRAINING SOURCE:
      TREATS                                                                   MMHAC
871   MALNUTRITION/DEHYDRATION     HUMANITARIAN 1C.              26299         http://www.dmrti.army.mil
                                 b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                         COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                       DESCRIPTION                DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR

                                                                              TRAUMA: TRIAGE, EVALUATE,
                                                                              MANAGE PATIENTS USING ATLS
                                                                              SKILLS. COUNT ONLY CASES IN
                                                                              WHICH YOU WERE ACTIVELY
                                                                              INVOLVED. SKILL SET IS MET IF
                                                                              SURGEON IS ACTIVE ATLS
                                                                              INSTUCTOR. ( 10 CASES EVERY
                                                                              15 MONTHS )

                                                                              TRAINING SOURCE:
                                                                              MTF OR ALTERNATIVE SITES
                                 TRUAMA AND CRITICAL CARE                     SUCH AS VA MOONLIGHTING,
872   RT.F-RSVP-45S3A-TRAUMA     MANAGEMENT 1b.                  26299        CIVILIAN COOPERATIVE, CSTARS,
                                                                              NEONATAL RESUSCITATION
                                                                              PROGRAM(NRP):
                                                                              INITIATE AND PERFORM NRP
                                                                              ACCORDING TO CURRENT
                                                                              PROTOCOLS.

      RT.F-RSVP-44K3A-NEONATAL   EMERGENCY PROCEDURES-                        TRAINING SOURCE:
873   RESUSCITATION PROGRAM      MAJOR 1A.                       26299        NRP COURSE
                                                                              PEDIATRIC ADVANCED LIFE
                                                                              SUPPORT(PALS):
                                                                              INITIATE AND PERFORMS PALS
                                                                              ACCORDING TO CURRENT
                                                                              PROTOCOLS.

      RT.F-RSVP-44K3A-PEDIATRIC   EMERGENCY PROCEDURES-                       TRAINING SOURCE:
874   ADVANCED LIFE SUPPORT(PALS) MAJOR 1B.                      26299        PALS COURSE
                                    b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                            COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                          DESCRIPTION                DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR

                                                                                 ATLS CERTIFICATION: MAINTAIN
                                                                                 ATLS PROVIDER OR INTRUCTOR
                                                                                 CERTIFICATION.

                                                                                 TRAINING SOURCE:
                                                                                 MTF OR ALTERNATIVE SITES
      RT.F-RSVP-45S3A-ATLS          TRUAMA AND CRITICAL CARE                     SUCH AS VA MOONLIGHTING,
875   CERTIFICATION                 MANAGEMENT 1c.                  26299        CIVILIAN COOPERATIVE, CSTARS,
                                                                                 MISSION KNOWLEDGE: FIMILIAR
                                                                                 WITH EMEDS CONOPS AND
                                                                                 FFGKT CONOPS, MISCAP,
                                                                                 ALLOWANCE STANDARD.

                                                                                 TRAINING SOURCE:
      RT.F-RSVP-45S3A-MISSION       TRUAMA AND CRITICAL CARE                     HTTPS://WWW.AFMS.MIL
876   KNOWLEDGE                     MANAGEMENT 1d.                  26299        SGXR/CONOPS.CFM
                                                                                 ADVANCED TRAUMA LIFE
                                                                                 SUPPORT (ATLS) OR BASIC
                                                                                 TRAUMA LIFE SUPPORT
                                                                                 (BLS)COURSE:
                                                                                 INITIATE AND PERFORM ATLS
                                                                                 INTERVENTIONS ACCORDING TO
                                                                                 CURRENT PROTOCOLS.

      RT.F-RSVP-44K3A-ADVANCED      EMERGENCY PROCEDURES-                        TRAINING SOURCE:
877   TRAUMA LIFE SUPPORT(ATLS)     MAJOR 1C.                       26299        ATLS OR BTLS COURSE
                                                                                 ADVANCED CARDIAC LIFE
                                                                                 SUPPORT (ACLS):
                                                                                 INITIATE AND PERFORM ACLS
                                                                                 ACCORDING TO CURRENT
                                                                                 PROTOCOLS.

      RT.F-RSVP-44K3A-ADVANCED      EMERGENCY PROCEDURES-                        TRAINING SOURCES:
879   CARDIAC LIFE SUPPORT (ACLS)   MAJOR 1D.                       26299        ACLS COURSE
                                   b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                           COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                         DESCRIPTION                 DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR


                                                                                 MANAGEMENT OF CBRNE
                                                                                 CASUALTIES:
                                                                                 REVIEW OF CURRENT THREATS,
                                                                                 CLINICAL SYNDROMES AND
                                                                                 MANAGEMENT FOR CHEMICAL,
                                                                                 BIOWARFARE/BIOTERRISM
                                                                                 AGENTS, AND
                                                                                 NUCLEAR/RADIOLOGIC AGENTS.

                                                                                 TRAINING SOURCES:
                                                                                 VTC/VIDEOTAPE, OR REVIEW
      RT.F-RSVP-44K3A-MANAGEMENT                                                 COURSE AT USAMRIID OR LOCAL
880   OF CBRNE CASUALTIES        CBRNE 1A.                          26299        MTF


                                                                                 CRITICAL CARE MANAGEMENT:
                                                                                 MANAGE CRITICALLY ILL
                                                                                 PATIENTS VENTILATORS,
                                                                                 VASOACTIVE DRIPS,
                                                                                 HEMORRHAGE, DYSHYTHMIA.
                                                                                 COUNT ONLY CASES IN WHICH
                                                                                 YOU WERE ACTIVELY INVOLVED.

                                                                                 TRAINING SOURCE:
                                                                                 MTF OR ALTERNATIVE SITES
      RT.F-RSVP-45S3E-CRITICAL CARE TRAUMA AND CRITICAL CARE                     SUCH AS VA MOONLIGHTING,
882   MANAGEMENT                    MANAGEMENT 1a.                  26299        CIVILIAN COOPERATIVE, CSTARS,
                                  b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                          COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                        DESCRIPTION                DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR

                                                                               KNOWLEDGE/PROFICIENCY WITH
                                                                               EQUIPMENT/SUPPLIES IN
                                                                               ALLOWANCE STANDARDS:
                                                                               REVIEW, OPERATE AND
                                                                               DEMOSTRATE PROFICIENCY
                                                                               WITH EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES
                                                                               USED IN DEPLOYMENT UTC'S.
      RT.F-RSVP-44K3A-
      KNOWLEDGE/PROFICIENCY WITH                                               TRAINING SOURCE:
883   EQUIP/SUPPLIES             LOGISTICS 1A.                    26299        ANNUAL MURT OR AT EMEDS

                                                                               TRAUMA: TRIAGE, EVALUATE,
                                                                               MANAGE PATIENTS USING ATLS
                                                                               SKILLS. COUNT ONLY CASES IN
                                                                               WHICH YOU WERE ACTIVELY
                                                                               INVOLVED.

                                                                               TRAINING SOURCE:
      RT.F-RSVP-45S3E-TRAUMA                                                   MTF OR ALTERNATIVE SITES
      MANAGEMENT 25 PER 15        TRAUMA AND CRITICAL CARE                     SUCH AS VA MOONLIGHTING,
884   MONTHS                      MANAGEMENT 1b.                  26299        CIVILIAN COOPERATIVE, CSTARS,
                                                                               AEROEVACUATION:
                                                                               BASIC KNOWLEDGE OF
                                                                               AEROMEDICAL EVACUATION
                                                                               SYSTEM.
                                                                               EVUALUATES PATIENT FOR
                                                                               PRIORITY OF AEROVAC AND
                                                                               SPECIAL NEEDS DURING
                                                                               TRANSPORTATION.
                                                                               ASSURES THAT PATIENT IS
                                                                               CAPABLE OF TRAVEL.

      RT.F-RSVP-44K3A-                                                         TRAINING SOURCES:
885   AEROEVACUATION              AEROEVACUATION 1A.              26299        N/A
                                  b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                          COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                       DESCRIPTION                DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR


                                                                              CERTIFICATIONS: ATLS, TRACS:
                                                                              MAINTAIN ATLS AND TRACS
                                                                              CERTIFICATES ON ALTERNATING
                                                                              TWO YEAR CYCLE. TRACS MAY
                                                                              BE WAIVED IF CONTINUING
                                                                              EXPERIENCE AT LEVEL I AND II
                                                                              TRAUMA CENTER.

                                                                              TRAINING SOURCE:
                                                                              MTF OR ALTERNATIVE SITES
      RT.F-RSVP-45S3E-           TRAUMA AND CRITICAL CARE                     SUCH AS VA MOONLIGHTING,
886   CERTIFICATIONS             MANAGEMENT 1c.                  26299        CIVILIAN COOPERATIVE, CSTARS,

                                                                              CSTARS ATTENDANCE
                                                                              REQUIRED BEGINNING TWO
                                                                              YEARS AFTER RESIDENCY OR
                                                                              FELLOWSHIP COPLETION.
                                                                              REQUIRMENT MAY BE WAIVED IF
                                                                              CONTINUING EXPERIENCE AT
                                                                              LEVEL I AND II TRAUMA CENTER
                                                                              AND MEETING CRITICAL CARE
                                                                              RSV.

                                                                              TRAINING SOURCE:
      RT.F-RSVP-45S3E-CSTARS     TRAUMA AND CRITICAL CARE                      LEVEL I AND II TRAUMA CENTER
887   ATTENDANCE                 MANAGEMENT 1d.                  26299        OR DESIGNATED CSTARS SITE
                                                                              PEDIATRIC ADVANCED LIFE
                                                                              SUPPORT (PALS):
                                                                              INITIATE AND PERFORM PALS
                                                                              ACCORDING TO CURRENT
                                                                              PROTOCOLS.

      RT.F-RSVP-44K3-PEDIATRIC     EMERGENCY PROCEDURES-                      TRAINING SOURCE:
888   ADVANCED LIFE SUPPORT (PALS) MAJOR 1B.                     26299        PALS COURSE
                                   b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                           COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                         DESCRIPTION              DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR



                                                                              CEREBROVASCULAR: INCLUDES
                                                                              CAROTID, VERTEBRAL, JUGULAR.
                                                                              PRIMARY AND ASSISTANT
                                                                              SURGEON MAY DOUBLE COUNT.

                                                                              TRAINING SOURCE:
                                                                              MTF OR ALTERNATIVE SITES
      RT.F-RSVP-45S3E-                                                        SUCH AS VA MOONLIGHTING,
889   CEREBROVASCULAR              SURGICAL CASES 1b.            26299        CIVILIAN COOPERATIVE, CSTARS

                                                                              AORTIC AND VISCERAL
                                                                              VASCULAR: INCLUDES OPEN
                                                                              AORTOILIAC, MESENTRIC,
                                                                              RENAL, IVC AND PORTAL
                                                                              VENOUS PROCEDURES. PRIMARY
                                                                              AND ASSISTANT SURGEON MAY
                                                                              DOUBLE MAY DOUBLE COUNT.
                                                                              EXCLUDES ENDOVASULAR
                                                                              PROCEDURES.

                                                                              TRAINING SOURCE:
                                                                              MTF OR ALTERNATIVE SITES
      RT.F-RSVP-45S3E-AORTIC AND                                              SUCH AS VA MOONLIGHTING,
890   VISCERAL VASCULAR            SURGICAL CASES 1c.            26299        CIVILIAN COOPERATIVE, CSTARS
                                  b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                          COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                       DESCRIPTION               DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR


                                                                             MANAGEMENT OF
                                                                             BIOWARFARE/BIOTERRORISM
                                                                             DISEASES/SYNDROMES:
                                                                             REVIEW OF CURRENT THREATS,
                                                                             CLINICAL SYNDROMES AND
                                                                             MANAGEMENT TECHNIQUES
                                                                             FOR
                                                                             BIOWARFARE/BIOTERRORISM,
                                                                             AGENTS-VIA VTC OR VIDEOTAPE,
                                                                             OR REVIEW COURSE AT
                                                                             USAMRIID/LOCAL MTF.

      RT.F-RSVP-44M3H-MANAGEMENT                                             TRAINING SOURCE:
      OF BIOWARFARE/BIOTERRORISM                                             LOCAL MTF THROUGH VTC OR
891   DISEASES                   CBRNE 1A.                      26299        USAMRIID COURSES.


                                                                             INFRAINGUINAL VASCULAR:
                                                                             INCLUDES OPEN VASCULAR
                                                                             RECONSTRUCTIONS LOWER
                                                                             EXTREMITY. PRIMARY AND
                                                                             ASSISTANT SURGEON MAY
                                                                             DOUBLE COUNT. EXCLUDES
                                                                             ENDOVASCULAR PROCEDURES.

                                                                             TRAINING SOURCE:
                                                                             MTF OR ALTERNATIVE SITES
      RT.F-RSVP-45S3E-                                                       SUCH AS VA MOONLIGHTING,
892   INFRAINGUINAL VASCULAR     SURGICAL CASES 1d.             26299        CIVILIAN COOPERATIVE, CSTARS
                                   b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                           COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                         DESCRIPTION              DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                              MANAGEMENT OF TROPICAL
                                                                              MEDICINE DISEASES:
                                                                              REVIEW OF TROPICAL DISEASES
                                                                              NOT COMMONLY ENCOUNTERED
                                                                              IN THE U.S. PARTICIPATE IN
                                                                              HUMANITARIAN MISSIONS OR
                                                                              DEPLOYMENTS TO TROPICAL
                                                                              LOCATIONS.
      RT.F-RSVP-44M3H-MANAGEMENT
      OF TROPICAL MEDICINE                                                     TRAINING SOURCES:
893   DISEASES                   INFECTIOUS DISEASE 1A.          26299         HUMANITARIAN MISSION


                                                                               UPPER EXTREMITY VASCULAR:
                                                                               INCLUDES OPEN VASCULAR
                                                                               RECONSTRUCTIONS AND OPEN
                                                                               ACESS FOR HEMODIALYSIS.
                                                                               PRIMARY AND ASSISTANT
                                                                               SURGEON MAY DOUBLE COUNT.

                                                                               TRAINING SOURCE:
                                                                               MTF OR ALTERNATIVE SITES
      RT.F-RSVP-45S3E-UPPER                                                    SUCH AS VA MOONLIGHTING,
894   EXTREMITY VASCULAR           SURGICAL CASES 1e.            26299         CIVILIAN COOPERATIVE, CSTARS



                                                                               AMPUTATION: INCLUDES UPPER
                                                                               AND LOWER EXTREMITIES AND
                                                                               DIGITS. PRIMARY AND ASSISTANT
                                                                               SURGEON MAY DOUBLE COUNT.

                                                                               TRAINING SOURCE:
                                                                               MTF OR ALTERNATIVE SITES
                                                                               SUCH AS VA MOONLIGHTING,
895   RT.F-RSVP-45S3E-AMPUTATION   SURGICAL CASES 1f.            26299         CIVILIAN COOPERATIVE, CSTARS
                                  b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                          COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                        DESCRIPTION              DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                             KNOWLEDGE/PROFICIENCY WITH
                                                                             EQUIPMENT/SUPPLIES IN
                                                                             ALLOWANCE STANDARDS:
                                                                             REVIEW, OPERATE EQUIPMENT
                                                                             AND SUPPLIES USED IN
                                                                             DEPLOYMENT UTC'S (I.E.FFHA2
                                                                             AND FFHA5) DURING ANNUAL
                                                                             CMRT OR AT EMEDS/CCATT.

      RT.F-RSVP-44M3H-                                                       TRAINING SOURCE:
      KNOWLEDGE/PROFICIENCY WITH                                             EMEDS/CCATT TRAINING
896   EQUIPMENT/SUPPLIES         LOGISTICS 1A.                  26299        COURSE


                                                                             ENDOVASCULAR: INCLUDES
                                                                             DIAGNOSTIC AND THERAPEUTIC,
                                                                             ANGIOGRAPHY, VENOGRAPHY,
                                                                             PTA, STENTS, FILTERS, ETC.

                                                                             TRAINING SOURCE:
                                                                             MTF OR ALTERNATIVE SITES
      RT.F-RSVP-45S3E-                                                       SUCH AS VA MOONLIGHTING,
897   ENDOVASCULAR                SURGICAL CASES 1g.            26299        CIVILIAN COOPERATIVE, CSTARS
                                   b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                           COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                         DESCRIPTION              DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR

                                                                              MANAGEMENT OF CBRNE
                                                                              CASUALTIES:
                                                                              REVIEW OF CURRENT THREATS,
                                                                              CLINICAL SYNDROMES AND
                                                                              MANAGEMENT FOR CHEMICAL,
                                                                              BIOWARFARE/ BIOTERRORISM
                                                                              AGENTS, AND
                                                                              NUCLEAR/RADIOLOGIC AGENTS-
                                                                              VIA VTC OR VIDEOTAPE, OR
                                                                              REVIEW COURSE AT
                                                                              USAMRIID/LOCAL MTF.

                                                                              TRAINING SOURCE:
      RT.F-RSVP-44M3-MANAGEMENT                                               LOCAL MTF THROUGH VTC OR
903   OF CBRNE CASUALTIES          CBRNE 1A.                     26299        USAMRIID COURSES
                                                                              ADVANCED CARDIAC LIFE
                                                                              SUPPORT (ACLS):
                                                                              INITIATE AND PERFORM ACLS
                                                                              ACCORDING TO CURRENT
                                                                              PROTOCOLS.

      RT.F-RSVP-44M3-ADVANCED      EMERGENCY PROCEDURES-                      TRAINING SOURCE:
904   CARDIAC LIFE SUPPORT(ACLS)   MAJOR 1A.                     26299        ACLS COURSE
                                                                              ADVANCED TRAUMA LIFE
                                                                              SUPPORT:
                                                                              INITIATE AND PERFORM ATLS
                                                                              INTERVENTIONS ACCORDING TO
                                                                              CURRENT PROTOCOLS.

      RT.F-RSVP-44M3-ADVANCED      EMERGENCY PROCEDURES-                      TRAINING SOURCE:
905   TRAUMA LIFE SUPPORT(ATLS)    MAJOR 1B.                     26299        ATLS COURSE
                                      b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                              COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                            DESCRIPTION              DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                                 VENTILATOR MANAGEMENT:
                                                                                 REQUIRES PERIODIC
                                                                                 REFRESHER IN CRITICAL CARE
                                                                                 MEDICINE (IM UNIT TIME Q15M)
                                                                                 AND/OR CSTARS. CCE REQUIRES
                                                                                 CCATT TRAINING. MINIMUM UNIT
                                                                                 EXPERIENCE MUST INCLUDE 2
                                                                                 EPISODES OF VENTILATOR
                                                                                 MANAGEMENT.

      RT.F-RSVP-44M3-VENTILATOR                                                   TRAINING SOURCE:
906   MANAGEMENT                      CORE IM SKILLS 1A.            26299         UNIT ROTATION OR CSTARS

                                                                                  CRITICALLY ILL PATIENTS:
                                                                                  REQUIRES PERIODIC
                                                                                  REFRESHER IN CRITICAL CARE
                                                                                  MEDICINE(1M UNIT TIME Q15
                                                                                  M)AND/OR CSTARS;CCE
                                                                                  REQUIRES CCATT TRAINING.
                                                                                  MINIMUM UNIT EXPERIENCE
                                                                                  INCLUDES AT LEAST ONE
                                                                                  EPISODE OF MANAGEMENT OF
                                                                                  EACH (INCLUDING
                                                                                  SONSULTATION FOR SURGICAL
                                                                                  SERVICES): SHOCK, METABOLIC
                                                                                  DISORDER, CARDIAC PROCESS,
                                                                                  PULMONARY PROCESS,
                                                                                  NEUROLOGIC DISORDER, AND
                                                                                  RENAL FAILURE.

      RT.F-RSVP-44M3-CRITICALLY ILL                                               TRAINING SOURCE:
907   PATIENTS                        CORE IM SKILLS 1B.            26299         UNIT ROTATION OR CSTARS
                                b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                        COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                      DESCRIPTION              DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR

                                                                           UNCOMMON ILLNESSES:
                                                                           DIAGNOSE AND TREAT
                                                                           INFECTIOUS ILLNESSES
                                                                           UNCOMMON IN U.S. PRACTICE
                                                                           THAT MAY BE SEEN COMMONLY
                                                                           IN DEPLOYMENT, TO INCLUDE
                                                                           INFECTIOUS DIARRHEA,
                                                                           TUBERCULOIS, MALARIA, AND
                                                                           OTHER PARASITIC DISEASES.
                                                                           MET BY COMPLETION OF THE
                                                                           USU MILITARY MEDICAL
                                                                           HUMANITARIAN ASSISTANCE
                                                                           COURSE.

      RT.F-RSVP-44M3-UNCOMMON                                              TRAINING SOURCE:
908   ILLNESSES                 INFECTIOUS DISEASE 1A.        26299        MMHAC
                                                                           MILITARY MEDICAL
                                                                           HUMANITARIAN ASSISTANCE
                                                                           COURSE:
                                                                           COMPLETION OF THE USU
                                                                           MILITARY MEDICAL
                                                                           HUMANITARIAN ASSISTANCE
                                                                           COURSE.
      RT.F-RSVP-44M3-MILITARY
      MEDICAL HUMANITARIAN                                                 TRAINING SOURCE:
909   ASSISTANCE COURSE         MOOTW 1A.                     26299        http:www.dmrti.army.mil
                                  b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                          COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                        DESCRIPTION              DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                             KNOWLEDGE/PROFICIENCY WITH
                                                                             EQUIPMENT/SUPPLIES IN
                                                                             ALLOWANCE STANDARD:
                                                                             REVIEW AND OPERATE
                                                                             EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES USED
                                                                             IN DEPLOYMENT UTC'S DURING
                                                                             ANNUAL CMRT OR AT
                                                                             EMEDS/CCATT.

      RT.F-RSVP-44M3-                                                        TRAINING SOURCE:
      KNOWLEDGE/PROFICIENCY WITH                                             EMEDS/CCATT TRAINING
910   EQUIP/SUPPLIES             LOGISTICS 1A.                  26299        COURSE
                                   b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                           COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                        DESCRIPTION               DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                              EXPLAINS MENTAL HEALTH
                                                                              CONCEPTS RELATED TO
                                                                              DEPLOYMENT, INCLUDING JOINT
                                                                              OPERATIONS(JOINT, ALLIANCE,
                                                                              AND COALITION):
                                                                              DESCRIBES THE RELATION OF
                                                                              COMBAT AND OPERATIONAL
                                                                              STRESS TO MISSION.
                                                                              KNOWLEDGE OF MENTAL
                                                                              HEALTH ISSUES THAT AFFECT
                                                                              INDIVIDUAL AND UNIT
                                                                              EFFECTIVENESS; THE EMEDS
                                                                              AND MENTAL HEALTH CONCEPT
                                                                              OF OPERATIONS; AND THE
                                                                              FIFFERENCES IN MILITARY
                                                                              CULTURES(SERVICES AND
                                                                              OTHER COUNTRIES) THAT
                                                                              AFFECT MENTAL HEALTH
                                                                              ISSUES. KNOW THE EFFECTS ON
                                                                              MISSION COMPLETION OF GOOD
                                                                              AND POOR MANAGEMENT OF
                                                                              COMBAT/OPERATIONAL STRESS;
                                                                              UNDERSTAND THE ROLES OF
                                                                              LEADERSHIP AND OF UNIT
                                                                              COHESION IN MANAGING
                                                                              COMBAT/OPERATIONAL STRESS.

                                                                              TRAINING SOURCE:
                                                                              LOCAL CMRT
                                                                              INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY FOR
      RT.F-RSVP-44P3-MENTAL HEALTH                                            TRAUMATIC STRESS STUDIES
      CONCEPTS RELATED TO                                                     (1STSS) MILITARY AND
911   DEPLOYMENT                   READINESS OVERVIEW 1A.        26299        OPERATIONAL STRESS COURSE
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                                          COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                        DESCRIPTION              DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                             OPERATES A
                                                                             COMBAT/OPERATIONAL STRESS
                                                                             FACILITY, INCLUDING
                                                                             MAINTAINING RECORDS
                                                                             DEPENDENT ON PATIENT
                                                                             CATEGORY:
                                                                             KNOW AND FOLLOW THE
                                                                             CORRECT PROCEDURES FOR
                                                                             OPERATIONG A
                                                                             COMBAT/OPERATIONAL STRESS
                                                                             FACILITY(FOR EXAMPLE,
                                                                             CONDUCT A TABLE TOP
                                                                             EXERCISE); UNDERSTAND THE
                                                                             FACTORS AND CHRACTERISTICS
                                                                             THAT MAXIMIZE
                                                                             EFFECTIVENESS(FOR EXAMPLE,
                                                                             ACT OUT A BICEPS SCENARIO).
                                                                             MAINTAIN RECORDS DEPENDENT
                                                                             ON PATIENT CATEGORY;
                                                                             DISEASE NON-BATTLE
                                                                             INJURY(DNBI),
                                                                             NEUROPSYCHIATRIC(NP), AND
                                                                             COMBAT/OPERATIONAL STRESS
                                                                             REACTIONS(COSR). AWARE OF
                                                                             THE CAPABILITIES OF THE
                                                                             PERSONNEL ASSIGNED AND THE
                                                                             ORGANIZATION OF RESOURCES
                                                                             IN HIGHER AND LOWER LEVELS
                                                                             OF CARE.

      RT.F-RSVP-44P3-OPERATES A                                              TRAINING SOURCES:
      COMBAT/OPERATIONAL STRESS   DEPLOYABLE CONTIGENCY                      LOCAL CMRT
912   FACILITY                    OPERATIONS 1A.                26299        VARIOUS ARTICLES IN MILITARY
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                                          COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                        DESCRIPTION              DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR OF
                                                                             MANAGES MANIFESTATIONS
                                                                             COMBAT/OPERATIONAL STRESS
                                                                             IN A FACILITY TO INCLUDE
                                                                             DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS OF
                                                                             MEDICAL, PSYCHIATRIC, AND
                                                                             NEUROLOGICAL ILLNESS FROM
                                                                             STRESS RESPONSES:
                                                                             UNDERSTANDS AVAILABLE
                                                                             QUIPMENT AND PERSONNEL
                                                                             UTILIZED IN SETTING UP A
                                                                             COMBAT/OPERATIONAL STRESS
                                                                             FACIITY USING AN
                                                                             AUGMENTATION TEAM.
                                                                             UNDERSTANDS THE
                                                                             MEDICATIONS AVAILABLE ON
                                                                             DEPLOYMENT AND THEIR USE IN
                                                                             A FIELD ENVIRONMENT.
                                                                             UNDERSTANDS AVAILABLE
                                                                             LABORATORY MEASURES IN THE
                                                                             FIELD AND KNOWS INDICATIONS
                                                                             FOR PATIENT TO MOVEMENT TO
                                                                             A HIGHER LEVEL OF CARE.
                                                                             THIS INCLUDES MEDICATION
                                                                             MANAGEMENT OF CONDITIONS
                                                                             FROM ACUTE AGITATION AND
                                                                             PSYCHOSIS, TO CHRONIC
                                                                             CONDITIONS SUCH AS
                                                                             DEPRESSION.

                                                                              TRAINING SOURCES:
      RT.F-RSVP-44P3-MANAGES                                                  MTF PHARMACY AND WORK
      MANIFESTATIONS              DEPLOYMENT CONTINGENCY                      WITH P & T COMMITTEE
913   COMBAT/OPERATIONAL STRESS   OPERATIONS 1B.                26299         CMRT
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                                          COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                       DESCRIPTION                DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR


                                                                              PROVIDES TRAINING ON SELF-
                                                                              CARE, BUDDY-CARE, AND
                                                                              PROMOTES UNIT COHESION:
                                                                              UNDERSTAND AND BE EQUIPPED
                                                                              WITH TRAINING FOR VARIOUS
                                                                              SETTINGS TO INCREASE
                                                                              AWARENESS OF SELF-CARE AND
                                                                              BUDDY-CARE ACTIVITIES THAT
                                                                              IMPROVE COPING ABILITY AND
                                                                              RESILENCY. UNDERSTANDS
                                                                              METHODS TO EFFECTIVELY
                                                                              INCORPORATE NEW ARRIVALS
                                                                              INTO THEIR UNITS AND HOW TO
                                                                              INSTRUCT COMMANDERS AND
                                                                              SUPERVISORS IN THESE
                                                                              METHODS. HAS COMPLETED C4
                                                                              COURSE AND RENEWED ATLS AS
                                                                              INDICATED/AVAILABLE.

      RT.F-RSVP-44P3-PROVIDES                                                 TRAINING SOURCE:
      TRAINING ON SELF-CARE/BUDDY- DEPLOYABLE CONTINGENCY                     ATLS COURSE AT LEAST ONCE;
914   CARE                         OPERATIONS 1C.                26299        CURRENCY IN BCLS AND ACLS
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                                        COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                      DESCRIPTION              DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                           MANAGES HOMESICKNESS,
                                                                           SEPARATION, AND SUPPORT
                                                                           DURING DEPLOYMENT(
                                                                           MANAGES GRIEF AND LOSS),
                                                                           INCLUDING ADDRESSES FAMILY
                                                                           ISSUES DURING DEPLOYMENT;
                                                                           ADAPTS FAMILY ADVOCACY
                                                                           PROGRAM TO DEPLOYED
                                                                           SETTING:
                                                                           UNDERSTAND THE GRIEF AND
                                                                           LOSS ISSURES THAT ARISE ON
                                                                           DEPLOYMENTS; UNDERSTAND
                                                                           HOW TO WORK EFFECTIVELY
                                                                           WITH CHAPLAINS ON GRIEF
                                                                           COUNSELING. UNDERSTAND
                                                                           HOW TO DEAL WITH SISSUES OF
                                                                           HOMESICKNESS, INCLUDING
                                                                           SEPARATION DURING HOLIDAY
                                                                           CELEBRATIONS; BE EQUIPPED
                                                                           WITH APPROPRIATE
                                                                           INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS TO
                                                                           PROVIDE TRAINING ON THESE
                                                                           ISSUES. RECOGNIZE
                                                                           SITUATIONS THAT AFFECT
                                                                           FAMILY FUNCTIONING; BE
                                                                           EQUIPPED WITH INSTRUCTIONAL
                                                                           MATERIALS TO TRAIN DEPLOYED
                                                                           PERSONNEL AND FAMILY
                                                                           MEDMBERS ON PREDICTABLE
                                                                           FAMILY PROBLEMS AND
      RT.F-RSVP-44P3-MANAGES                                               EFFECTIVE REUNIONS.
      HOMESICKNESS SEPARATION   DEPLOYMENT CONTINGENCY                     RECOGNIZER APPROPRIATE
915   AND SUPPORT               OPERATIONS 1D.                 26299       FAMILY ADVOCACY ISSUES FOR
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                                           COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                         DESCRIPTION              DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                              RESPONDS TO COMMANDER'S
                                                                              NEEDS, INCLUDING
                                                                              ORGANIZATIONAL
                                                                              CONSULTATION AND
                                                                              RESPONDING TO IMPAIRED
                                                                              PROVIDERS; BRIEFS ON GENDER-
                                                                              RELATED ISSUES SEEN IN A
                                                                              DEPLOYED ENVIRONMENT:
                                                                              RECOGNIZE WAYS INCREASED
                                                                              STRESS OF DEPLOYMENTS CAN
                                                                              ADVERSELY AFFECT
                                                                              COMMANDERS, CREATING
                                                                              SPECIAL PROVLEMS IN
                                                                              DEPLOYED SETTINGS;
                                                                              UNDRSTAND ROLE AND UNIQUE
                                                                              ISSUES RELATED TO
                                                                              EVALUATION OF POTENTIALLY
                                                                              IMPAIRED COMMANDER;
                                                                              UNDERSTAND APPPROPRIATE
                                                                              INTERVENTIONS AND WHEN
                                                                              NEEDED; UNDERSTAND ROLE IN
                                                                              PROVIDING RECOMMENDATIONS
                                                                              TO COMMAND STRUCTURE.
                                                                              KNOW IMPORTANCE OF AND
                                                                              METHODS TO ASSESS UNIT
                                                                              COHESION. UNDERSTAND
                                                                              CONTEXTUAL ISSUES OF
                                                                              DEPLOYMENT RELATING TO
                                                                              COMMANDERS REQUESTS FOR
                                                                              EVALUATION AND APPROPRIATE
                                                                              RECOMMENTDATIONS TO HELP
      RT.F-RSVP-44P3-RESPONDS TO   DEPLOYABLE CONTINGENCY                     REMEDY PEOPLE PROBLEMS.
916   COMMANDERS NEEDS             OPERATIONS 1E.                 26299       IDENTIFIES UNIQUE PROBLEMS
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                                        COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                      DESCRIPTION              DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                           MANAGES MENTAL HEALTH
                                                                           PATIENTS IN A DEPLOYED
                                                                           SETTING, INCLUDING MANAGING
                                                                           SUBSTANCE AGUSE PROGRAM;
                                                                           INTERVENING WTIH RISK
                                                                           FACTORS FOR THE
                                                                           DEVELOPMENT OF POST-
                                                                           TRAUMATIC STRESS DISORDER
                                                                           AND PROVIDES FULL RANGE OF
                                                                           CIS MANAGEMENT
                                                                           INTERVENTIONS:
                                                                           UNDERSTANDS HOW TO
                                                                           PROVIDE BACK-UP SUPPORT
                                                                           FOR SAFELY MAINTAINING
                                                                           MENTAL HEALTH PATIENTS ON
                                                                           MEDICAL/SURGICAL WARDS;
                                                                           DEPLOYMENT SPECIFIC
                                                                           AEROMEDICAL EVACUATION
                                                                           ISSUES; DETERMINES OF WHICH
                                                                           PATIENTS CAN BE MANAGED IN
                                                                           THEATER, REDEPLOYED, AND
                                                                           MEDICALLY EVACUATED.
                                                                           KNOWS MENTAL HEALTH
                                                                           MANAGEMAENT RECORDS
                                                                           PROCEDURES UNIQUE TO
                                                                           DEPLOYMENT. KNOW ISSUES
                                                                           RELATED TO EFFECTIVE
                                                                           ADMINISTRATION OF SUBSTANCE
                                                                           ABUSE PROGRAMS IN A
                                                                           DEPLOYED SETTING (AA
      RT.F-RSVP-44P3-MANAGE                                                GROUPS). UNDERSTAND THE
      MENTAL HLTH PATIENTS IN   DEPLOYABLE CONTINGENCY                     SITUATIONS THAT ARE RISK
917   DEPLOYED SETTINGS         OPERATIONS 1F.                 26299       FACTORS FOR THE
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                                        COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                      DESCRIPTION                DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR

                                                                             PROMOTES PSYCHOLOGICAL
                                                                             WARFARE RESISTANCE:
                                                                             KNOW WAYS TO PRESENT IN
                                                                             ORAL AND WRITTEN FORM
                                                                             MATERIAL CONCERNING
                                                                             RESISTANCE TO ENEMY
                                                                             PSYHOLOGICAL OPERATIONS;
                                                                             FOR EXAMPLE, THE NEED FOR
                                                                             RUMOR CONTROL, KEEPING THE
                                                                             TROOPS ACCURATELY
                                                                             INFORMED; AND OTHER
                                                                             EFFECTIVE MEASURES TO
                                                                             COUNTER ENEMY
                                                                             DISINFORMATION.

                                                                             TRAINING SOURCES:
                                                                             UTILIZE POWERPOINT
                                                                             PRESENTATION PREPARED BY
                                                                             DR. JOE CHOZINSKI
      RT.F-RSVP-44P3-PROMOTES                                                DR. BETH HERON STRESS
      PSYCHOLOGICAL WARFARE                                                  INOCULATION SPECIALIST WITH
918   RESISTANCE                READINESS SKILLS NOS 1A.        26299        SPECIAL OPS AT LACKLAND AFB
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                                           COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                         DESCRIPTION                 DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR

                                                                                 CONSULTS ON PSYCHOLOGICAL
                                                                                 ASPECTS OF
                                                                                 CHEMICAL/BIOLOGICAL
                                                                                 WARFARE(INCLUDING
                                                                                 HOMELAND DEFENSE):
                                                                                 KNOW THA PSYCHOLOGICAL
                                                                                 THREATS POSED BY WEAPONS
                                                                                 OF MASS DESTRUCTION THAT
                                                                                 WOULD BRIEF TO INDIVIDUALS
                                                                                 AND COMMAND STRUCTURE;
                                                                                 UNDERSTAND BEST RESPONSE
                                                                                 TO THREATS AND IN THE
                                                                                 AFTERMATH ON ACTUAL OR
                                                                                 SUSPECTED ATTACK.

      RT.F-RSVP-44P3-CONSULTS ON                                                 TRAINING SOURCE:
      ASPECTS OF                                                                 AMPLE PUBLISHED LITERATURE
919   CHEMICAL/BIOLOGICAL          READINESS SKILLS NOS 1B.         26299        ESP MIL MED ARTICLES.
                                                                                 COMPLETE ONLINE TRAINING
                                                                                 SEGMENT:
                                                                                 COMPLETE ONLINE TRAINING
                                                                                 SEGMENT:44R3 DEPLOYMENT
                                                                                 SKILL SET". MINIMAL
                                                                                 PROCEDURAL EXPERIENCE
                                                                                 INCLUDES THE FOLLOWING
                                                                                 XRAY, FLUOROSCOPY
                                                                                 PERFORMANCE AND
                                                                                 INTERPRETATION, ULTRASOUND
                                                                                 PERFORMANCE AND
                                                                                 INTERPRETATION, AND
                                                                                 COMPUTED TOMOGRAPHY.

      RT.F-RSVP-44R3-COMPLETE      CORE RADIOLOGY PROCEDURES                     TRAINING SOURCE:
920   ONLINE TRAINING SEGMENT      1A.                              26299        ONLINE PROGRAM
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                                           COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                         DESCRIPTION                 DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                                 X-RAY:
                                                                                 PLAIN RADIOGRAPHS:
                                                                                 PERFORMANCE AND
                                                                                 INTERPRETATION

                                   CORE RADIOLOGY PROCEDURES                     TRAINING SOURCE:
921   RT.F-RSVP-44R3-X-RAY         1B.                              26299        IN-HOUSE
                                                                                 FLOUROSCOPY:
                                                                                 PERFORMANCE AND
                                                                                 INTERPRETATION

                                   CORE RADIOLOGY PROCEDURES                     TRAINING SOURCE:
922   RT.F-RSVP-44R3-FLOUROSCOPY   1C.                              26299        IN-HOUSE
                                                                                 ULTRASOUND:
                                                                                 PERFORMANCE AND
                                                                                 INTERPRETATION

                                   CORE RADIOLOGY PROCEDURES                     TRAINING SOURCE:
923   RT.F-RSVP-44R3-ULTRASOUND    1D.                              26299        IN-HOUSE
                                                                                 COMPUTED TOMOGRAPHY:
                                                                                 CT SCAN PERFORMANCE AND
                                                                                 INTERPRETATION.

      RT.F-RSVP-44R3-COMPUTED      CORE RADIOLOGY PROCEDURES                     TRAINING SOURCE:
924   TOMOGRAPHY                   1E.                              26299        IN-HOUSE
                                                                                 OPERATIONAL CONCEPTS IN A
                                                                                 DEPLOYED RADIOLOGY SUITE:
                                                                                 COMPLETE ONLINE TRAINING
                                                                                 SEGMENT "OPERATIONAL
                                                                                 CONCEPTS IN A DEPLOYED
                                                                                 RADIOLOGICAL SUITE"
      RT.F-RSVP-44R3-OPERATIONAL
      CONCEPTS / DEPLOYED          DEPLOYED RADIOLOGY CONOPS                     TRAINING SOURCE:
925   RADIOLOGY SUITE              1A.                              26299        ONLINE PROGRAM
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                                            COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                          DESCRIPTION                 DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR

                                                                                  KNOWLEDGE/PROFICIENCY WITH
                                                                                  EQUIPMENT/SUPPLIES IN
                                                                                  ALLOWANCE STANDARD:
                                                                                  REVIEW AND OPERATE
                                                                                  EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES USED
                                                                                  IN DEPLOYMENT UTC'S DURING
                                                                                  ANNUAL CMRT OR AT EMEDS.
                                                                                  ADDITIONALLY, COMPLETE
                                                                                  ONLINE TRAINING SEGMENT
                                                                                  "DEPLOYED EQUIPMENT".
      RT.F-RSVP-44R3-
      KNOWLEDGE/PROFICIENCY WITH                                                  TRAINING SOURCE:
926   EQUIP/SUPPLIES             LOGISTICS 1A.                       26299        EMEDS TRAINING COURSE
                                                                                  ADVANCED CARDIAC LIFE
                                                                                  SUPPORT (ACLS):
                                                                                  INITIATE AND PERFORM ACLS
                                                                                  ACCORDING TO CURRENT
                                                                                  PROTOCOLS.

                                                                                  TRAINING SOURCE:
      RT.F-RSVP-44Y3-ADVANCED       EMERGENCY PROCEDURES-                         ACLS COURSE
927   CARDIAC LIFE SUPPORT (ACLS)   MAJOR 1A.                        26299
                                                                                  ADVANCED TRAUMA LIFE
                                                                                  SUPPORT (ATLS):
                                                                                  INITIATE AND PERFORM ATLS
                                                                                  INTERVENTIONS ACCORDING TO
                                                                                  CURRENT PROTOCOLS.

      RT.F-RSVP-44Y3-ADVANCED       EMERGENCY PROCEDURES-                         TRAINING SOURCE:
928   TRAUMA SUPPORT (ATLS)         MAJOR 1B.                        26299        ATLS COURSE
                                                                                  CCATT COURSE:

                                                                                  TRAINING SOURCE:
929   RT.F-RSVP-44Y3-CCATT COURSE CORE INTENSIVIST SKILLS 1A.        26299        CCATT COURSE
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                                              COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                            DESCRIPTION                   DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                                      EXTREME
                                                                                      ENVIRONMENTS/ALTITUDE:
                                                                                      OPERATIONS AT ALTITUDE AND
                                                                                      EXTREME TEMPERATURES-VIA
                                                                                      VTC OR VIDEOTAPE, OR REVIEW
                                                                                      COURSE.
      RT.F-RSVP-44Y3-EXTREME
930   ENVIRONMENTS/ALTITUDE           CORE INTENSIVIST SKILLS 1B.        26299
                                                                                       CRITICALLY ILL PATIENTS:
                                                                                       MINIMUM UNIT EXPERIENCE
                                                                                       INCLUDES AG LEAST 9 CCASES
                                                                                       PER YEAR AMONGST THE
                                                                                       FOLLOWING ICD9 DIAGNOSTIC
                                                                                       CATEGORIES (INCLUDING
                                                                                       CONSULTATION ON SURGICAL
                                                                                       SERVICES).

                                                                                       TRAINING SOURCES:
      RT.F-RSVP-44Y3-CRITICALLY ILL                                                    UNIT ROTATION
931   PATIENTS                        CORE INTENSIVIST SKILLS 1C.        26299         CSTARS
      RT.F-RSVP-44Y3-CRITICALLY ILL                                                    CRITICALLY ILL PATIENTS
932   PATIENTS /BURNS                 CORE INTENSIVIST SKILLS 1D.        26299         BURNS(940.0949.5)
                                                                                       CRITICALLY ILL
      RT.F-RSVP-44Y3-CRITICALLY ILL                                                    PATIENTS/CARDIOGENIC SHOCK
933   PATIENTS/CARDIOGENIC SHOCK CORE INTENSIVIST SKILLS 1E.             26299         (785.51)

      RT.F-RSVP-44Y3-CRITICALLY ILL                                                    CRITICALLY ILL PATIENTS/SEPTIC
934   PATIENTS/SEPTIC SHOCK           CORE INTENSIVIST SKILLS 1F.        26299         SHOCK (785.59)
                                                                                       CRITICALLY ILL
      RT.F-RSVP-44Y3-CRITICALLY ILL                                                    PATIENTS/ANAPHYLACTIC SHOCK
935   PATIENTS/ANAPHYLACTIC SHOCK CORE INTENSIVIST SKILLS 1G.            26299         ( 995.0)

      RT.F-RSVP-44Y3-CRITICALLY ILL                                                    CRITICALLY ILL PATIENTS/
936   PATIENTS/HYPOVOLEMIC SHOCK CORE INTENSIVIST SKILLS 1H.             26299         HYPOVOLEMIC SHOCK (785.59)
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                                              COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                            DESCRIPTION                   DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                                      CRITICALLY ILL
      RT.F-RSVP-44Y3-CRITICALLY ILL                                                   PATIENTS/TRAUMATIC SHOCK (
937   PATIENTS/TRAUMATIC SHOCK        CORE INTENSIVIST SKILLS 1I.         26299       958.4)
      RT.F-RSVP-44Y3-CRITICALLY ILL                                                   CRITICALLY ILL
      PATIENTS/HYPERTHERMIA                                                           PATIENTS/HYPERTHERMIA
938   SHOCK                           CORE INTENSIVIST SKILLS 1J.         26299       SHOCK (780.6)
      RT.F-RSVP-44Y3-CRITICALLY ILL                                                   CRITICALLY ILL
939   PATIENTS/HEMOPTYSIS             CORE INTENSIVIST SKILLS 1L.         26299       PATIENTS/HEMOPTYSIS (786.3)

      RT.F-RSVP-44Y3-CRITICALLY ILL                                                    CRITICALLY ILL
940   PATIENTS/HYPOTHERMIA            CORE INTENSIVIST SKILLS 1J.        26299         PATIENTS/HYPOTHERMIA (991.60)
                                                                                       CRITICALLY ILL
      RT.F-RSVP-44Y3-CRITICALLY ILL                                                    PATIENTS/METABOLIC ACIDOSIS
941   PATIENTS/METABOLIC ACIDOSIS     CORE INTENSIVIST SKILLS 1M.        26299         (276.2)
      RT.F-RSVP-44Y3-CRITICALLY ILL                                                    CRITICALLY ILL
      PATIENTS/ELECTROLYTE                                                             PATIENTS/ELECTROLYTE
942   DISORDERS                       CORE INTENSIVIST SKILLS 1N.        26299         DISORDERS (276.6)
      RT.F-RSVP-44Y3-CRITICALLY ILL                                                    CRITICALLY ILL PATIENTS/ FLUID
943   PATIENTS/ FLUID OVERLOAD        CORE INTENSIVIST SKILLS 1O.        26299         OVERLOAD (276.6)
      RT.F-RSVP-44Y3-CRITICALLY ILL                                                    CRITICALLY ILL PATIENT/ACUTE
      PATIENT/ACUTE RESPIRATORY                                                        RESPIRATORY FAILURE (518.81-
944   FAILURE                         CORE INTENSIVIST SKILLS 1P.        26299         518.82)
      RT.F-RSVP-44Y3-CRITICALLY ILL
      PATIENTS/ACUTE RENAL                                                             CRITICALLY ILL PATIENTS/ACUTE
945   FAILURE                         CORE INTENSIVIST SKILLS 1Q.        26299         RENAL FAILURE (584.0)
                                                                                       CRITICALLY ILL
      RT.F-RSVP-44Y3-CRITICALLY ILL                                                    PATIENTS/NEUROLOGIC STROKE
946   PATIENTS/NEUROLOGIC STROKE      CORE INTENSIVIST SKILLS 1R.        26299         (431.0, 432.0, OR 436.0)
      RT.F-RSVP-44Y3-CRITICALLY ILL                                                    CRITICALLY ILL
      PATIENTS/MYOCARDIAL                                                              PATIENTS/MYOCARDIAL
947   INFARCTION                      CORE INTENSIVIST SKILLS 1S.        26299         INFARCTION (410.0-411.89)
      RT.F-RSVP-44Y3-CRITICALLY ILL                                                    CRITICALLY ILL PATIENTS/GI
948   PATIENTS/GI BLEED               CORE INTENSIVIST SKILLS 1T.        26299         BLEED (578.9)
      RT.F-RSVP-44Y3-CRITICALLY ILL                                                    CRITICALLY ILL
      PATIENTS/PULMONARY                                                               PATIENTS/PULMONARY
949   EMBOLISM                        CORE INTENSIVIST SKILLS 1U.        26299         EMBOLISM (415.1-415.19)
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                                             COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                           DESCRIPTION                   DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
     RT.F-RSVP-44Y3-CRITICALLY ILL                                                   CRITICALLY ILL
     PATIENTS/DIABETIC                                                               PATIENTS/DIABETIC
950  KETOACIDOSIS                    CORE INTENSIVIST SKILLS 1V.         26299       KETOACIDOSIS(250.1)
                                                                                     CRITICAL CARE PROCEDURES:
                                                                                     MINIMUM PROCEDURAL
                                                                                     EXPERIENCE INCLUDES THE
                                                                                     FOLLOWING CPT'S (INCLUDING
                                                                                     CONSULTATION ON SURGICAL
                                                                                     SERVICES).

                                                                                      TRAINING SOURCES:
      RT.F-RSVP-44Y3-CRITICAL CARE   CORE INTENSIVIST                                 UNIT ROTATION
951   PROCEDURES                     PROCEDURES 1A.                     26299         CSTARS
                                                                                      CRITICAL CARE PROCEDURES
                                                                                      VENTILATOR MGMT(94656-
                                                                                      7,94660, AND 94662)

      RT.F-RSVP-44Y3-CRITICAL CARE                                                    TRAINING SOURCES:
      PROCEDURES VENTILATOR          CORE INTENSIVIST                                 UNIT ROTATION
952   MGMT                           PROCEDURES 1B.                     26299         CSTARS
                                                                                      CRITICAL CARE
                                                                                      PROCEDURES/VASCULAR
                                                                                      ACCESS (36000-15,36410,36600,
                                                                                      AND 36620)

      RT.F-RSVP-44Y3-CRITICAL CARE                                                    TRAINING SOURCES:
      PROCEDURES/VASCULAR            CORE INTENSIVIST                                 UNIT ROTATION
953   ACCESS                         PROCEDURES 1C.                     26299         CSTARS
                                                                                      CRITICAL CARE
                                                                                      PROCEDURES/ENDOTRACHEAL
                                                                                      INTUBATION (31500)

      RT.F-RSVP-44Y3-CRITICAL CARE                                                    TRAINING SOURCES:
      PROCEDURES/ENDOTRACHEAL        CORE INTENSIVIST                                 UNIT ROTATION
954   INTUBATION                     PROCEDURES 1D.                     26299         CSTARS
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                                             COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                           DESCRIPTION              DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                                CRITICAL CARE
                                                                                PROCEDURES/CHEST TUBE
                                                                                PLACEMENT (32020)

      RT.F-RSVP-44Y3-CRITICAL CARE                                              TRAINING SOURCES:
      PROCEDURES/CHEST TUBE          CORE INTENSIVIST                           UNIT ROTATION
955   PLACEMENT                      PROCEDURES 1E.                26299        CSTARS
                                                                                CRITICAL CARE
      RT.F-RSVP-44Y3-CRITICAL CARE   CORE INTENSIVIST                           PROCEDURES/TRANSFUSIONS
956   PROCEDURES/TRANSFUSIONS        PROCEDURES 1F.                26299        (36430)
                                                                                KNOWLEDGE/PROFICIENCY WITH
                                                                                EQUIPMENT/SUPPLIES IN
                                                                                ALLOWANCE STANDARD:
                                                                                REVIEW AND OPERATE
                                                                                EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES USED
                                                                                IN DEPLOYMENT UTC'S DURING
                                                                                ANNUAL CMRT OR AT
                                                                                EMEDS/CCATT.

                                                                                TRAINING SOURCES:
                                                                                EMEDS/CCATT TRAINING
      RT.F-RSVP-44Y3-                                                           COURSE
      KNOWLEDGE/PROFICIENCY WITH
957   EQUIP/SUPPLIES             LOGISTICS 1A.                     26299
                                  b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                          COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                        DESCRIPTION                DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR

                                                                               MANAGEMENT OF CBRNE
                                                                               CASUALTIES:
                                                                               REVIEW OF CURRENT THREATS,
                                                                               CLINICAL SYNDROMES AND
                                                                               MANAGEMENT FOR CHEMICAL,
                                                                               BIOWARFARE/BIOTERRORISM
                                                                               AGENTS, AND
                                                                               NUCLEAR/RADIOLOGIC AGENTS-
                                                                               VIA VTC OR VIDEOTAPE, OR
                                                                               REVIEW COURSE AT
                                                                               USAMRIID/LOCAL MTF.

                                                                               TRAINING SOURCES:
      RT.F-RSVP-44Y3-MANAGEMENT                                                LOCAL MTF THROUGH VTC OR
958   OF CBRNE CASUALTIES         CBRNE 1A.                       26299        USAMRIID COURSES
                                                                               MISHAP RESPONSE:
                                                                               AIRCRAFT MISHAP, HAZMAT, OR
                                                                               MASS CASUALTY
                                                                               RESPONSES/EXERCISE--
                                                                               SUITABLE SUBSTITUTE IF NOT
                                                                               AVAILABLE--READ RELEVANT
                                                                               SECTIONS OF FLIGHT
                                                                               SURGEON'S GUIDE AND SGP
                                                                               TACTICS GUIDE.

                                                                               TRAINING SOURCES:
                                                                               AMP
                                                                               AMIP
      RT.F-RSVP-48R3-MISHAP                                                    LOCAL EXERCISES
959   RESPONSE                    OPERATIONAL MEDICINE 1A.        26299        RSV COURSE
                                   b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                           COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                         DESCRIPTION                DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR

                                                                                PHYSIOLOGICAL INCIDENT
                                                                                RESPONSE &
                                                                                ANALYSIS(PERFORM 2):
                                                                                SUITABLE SUBSTITUTE IF
                                                                                UNABLE TO PERFORM
                                                                                RESPONSES: REVIEW
                                                                                PERTINENT PORTIONOF AFI 41-
                                                                                204.

                                                                                TRAINING SOURCES:
      RT.F-RSVP-48R3-PHYSIOLOGICAL                                              AMP
960   INCIDENT RESPONSE & ANALYSIS OPERATIONAL MEDICINE 1B.        26299        RSV COURSE TO BE DEVELOPED
                                                                                TRAVEL MEDICINE:
                                                                                MED INTELLIGENCE RESEARCH
                                                                                AND BRIEFINGS, ISSUING
                                                                                MEDICAL PROPHYLAXIS
                                                                                (PERFORM 2)
                                                                                --SUITABLE SUBSTITUTE IF
                                                                                UNABLE TO GIVE BRIEFINGS--

                                                                                TRAINING SOURCES:
      RT.F-RSVP-48R3-TRAVEL                                                     AMP
961   MEDICINE                     OPERATIONAL MEDICINE 1C.        26299        GLOBAL MEDICINE

                                                                                WATER AND FOOD
                                                                                VULNERABILITY/SAFETY
                                                                                ASSESSMENT:
                                                                                --SUITABLE SUBSTITUTE IF
                                                                                UNABLE TO PERFORM
                                                                                ASSESSMENTS.

                                                                                TRAINING SOURCES:
      RT.F-RSVP-48R3-WATER AND                                                  AMP
962   FOOD VULNERABILITY/SAFETY    OPERATIONAL MEDICINE 1D.        26299        RSV COURSE TO BE DEVELOPED
                                  b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                          COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                       DESCRIPTION                DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR

                                                                              ADVANCED TRAUMA LIFE
                                                                              SUPPORT:
                                                                              ITEM REQUIRED TO DEPLOY AS
                                                                              SME.

                                                                              TRAINING SOURCES:
      RT.F-RSVP-48R3-ADVANCED                                                 AMP
963   TRAUMA LIFE SUPPORT        OPERATIONAL MEDICINE 1E.        26299        RSV COURSE TO BE DEVELOPED

                                                                              MEDICAL CLEARANCE FOR
                                                                              AEROMEDICAL EVACUATION
                                                                              (PERFORM 5) :
                                                                              SUITABLE SUBSTITUTE IF
                                                                              UNABLE TO PERFORM
                                                                              CLEARANCES:
                                                                              --READ RELEVANT SECTIONS OF
                                                                              FLIGHT SURGEON'S GUIDE AND
                                                                              SGP TACTICS GUIDE.
      RT.F-RSVP-48R3-MEDICAL                                                  TRAINING SOURCES:
      CLEARANCE FOR AEROMEDICAL                                               AMP
964   EVACUATION                AIR EVACUATION 1A.               26299        RSV COURSE TO BE DEVELOPED
                                  b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                          COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                       DESCRIPTION                  DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR

                                                                                HUMAN PERFORMANCE
                                                                                SUSTAINMENT:
                                                                                (COUNTERFATIGUE
                                                                                MANAGEMENT)
                                                                                --SUITABLE SUBSTITUTE IF NOT
                                                                                AVAILABLE:
                                                                                READ ENDURANCE
                                                                                MANAGEMENT GUIDE AND
                                                                                REVIEW THE FLIGHT SURGEON'S
                                                                                BRIEFING.

                                                                                TRAINING SOURCE:
      RT.F-RSVP-48R3-HUMAN       HUMAN PERFORMANCE                              AMP
965   PERFORMANCE SUSTAINMENT    ENHANCEMENT 1A.                   26299        RSV COURSE TO BE DEVELOPED

                                                                                OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH
                                                                                ASSESSMENT:SHOP,
                                                                                VISITS,OHWG ATTENDED, AND
                                                                                OF SIGN OFF ON 2766'S FOR
                                                                                HIGH RISK SHOPS START TO
                                                                                FINISH (PERFORM 2)
                                                                                --SUITABLE SUBSTITUTE IF NOT
                                                                                AVAILABLE :
                                                                                READ REVELANT SECTIONS OF
                                                                                FLIGHT SURGEON'S GUIDE AND
                                                                                SGP TACTICS GUIDE.

                                                                                TRAINING SOURCES:
      RT.F-RSVP-48R3-OCCUPATIONAL OCCUPATIONAL MEDICINE AND                     AMP
966   HEALTH ASSESSMENT           INDUSTRIAL HYGIENE 1A.           26299        RSV COURSE TO BE DEVELOPED
                                   b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                           COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                         DESCRIPTION                    DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR

                                                                                    AEROMEDICAL SUMMARIES:
                                                                                    FLYING WAIVERS WORKED TO
                                                                                    COMPLETION (PERFORM 3)
                                                                                    --SUITABLE SUBSTITUTE IF NOT
                                                                                    AVAILABLE: READ RELEVANT
                                                                                    SECTIONS OF FLIGHT
                                                                                    SURGEON'S GUIDE AND SGP
                                                                                    TACTICS GUIDE,

                                                                                    TRAINING SOURES:
      RT.F-RSVP-48R3-AEROMEDICAL                                                    AMP
967   SUMMARIES                    CLINICAL FLIGHT MEDICINE 1A.        26299        RSV CURSE T OBE DEVELOPED.

                                                                                    ADVANCED TRAUMA LIFE
                                                                                    SUPPORT:
                                                                                    ITEM REQUIRED TO DEPLOY AS
                                                                                    SME OR ON FFGL2 AND FFGRL.

      RT.F-RSVP-48R3-ADVANCED      PREREQUISITE CERTIFICATIONS                      TRAINING SOURCE:
968   TRAMA LIFE SUPPORT           1A.                                 26299        ATLS COURSE

                                                                                    CLINICAL FLIGHT MEDICINE
                                                                                    PRIVILEGES CURRENT:
                                                                                    CAN BE WAIVED BY THE
                                                                                    MAJCOM/SGPA BASED ON
                                                                                    DEMONSTRATED COMPETENCE.

                                                                                    TRAINING SOURCE:
                                                                                    NO TRAINING REQUIRED.
      RT.F-RSVP-48R3-CLINICAL      PREREQUISITE CERTIFICATIONS                      MANAGED BY MTF
969   FLIGHT MEDICINE PRIVILEGES   1B.                                 26299        CREDENTIALLING FUNCTION
                                     b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                             COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                           DESCRIPTION                DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR

                                                                                  CRITICAL CARE MANAGEMENT:
                                                                                  TRIAGE, INITIAL RESUSCITATION,
                                                                                  CRITICAL CARE MANAGEMENT.

      RT.F-RSVP-48R3-CRITICAL CARE                                                TRAINING SOURCE:
970   MANAGEMENT                     DEPLOYMENT MEDICINE 1A.         26299        CSTARS

                                                                                  MISHAP RESPONSE:
                                                                                  AIRCRAFT MISHAP, HAZMAT, OR
                                                                                  MASS CASUALTY
                                                                                  RESPONSES/EXERCISE.
                                                                                  --SUITABLE SUBSTITUTE IF NOT
                                                                                  AVAILABLE:
                                                                                  READ RELEVANT SECTIONS OF
                                                                                  FLIGHT SURGEON'S GUIDE AND
                                                                                  SGP TACTICS GUIDE.

                                                                                  TRAINING SOURCES:
                                                                                  AMP
                                                                                  AMIP
                                                                                  LOCAL EXERCISES
                                                                                  RSV COURSE TO BE DEVELOPED

      RT.F-RSVP-48G3-MISHAP
971   RESPONSE                       OPERATIONAL MEDICINE 1A.        26299
                                   b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                           COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                         DESCRIPTION                DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR

                                                                                PHYSIOLOGIC INCIDENT
                                                                                RESPONSE & ANALYSIS
                                                                                (PERFORM 2):
                                                                                --SUITABLE SUBSTITUTE IF
                                                                                UNABLE TO PERFORM
                                                                                RESPONSES: REVIEW
                                                                                PERTINENT PORTION OF AFI 41-
                                                                                204.

                                                                                TRAINING SOURCES:
      RT.F-RSVP-48G3-PHYSIOLOGIC                                                AMP
972   INCIDENT RESPONSE & ANALYSIS OPERATIONAL MEDICINE 1A.        26299        RSV COURSE TO BE DEVELOPED
                                                                                TRAVEL MEDICINE:
                                                                                MED INTELLIGENCE RESEARCH
                                                                                AND BRIEFINGS, ISSUING
                                                                                MEDICAL PROPHYLAXIS
                                                                                (PERFORM-2)
                                                                                --SUITABLE SUBSTITUTE IF
                                                                                UNABLE TO GIVE BRIEFINGS.

                                                                                TRAINING SOURCES:
      RT.F-RSVP-48G3-TRAVEL                                                     AMP
983   MEDICINE                     OPERATIONAL MEDICINE 1C.        26299        GLOBAL MEDICINE
                                                                                WATER AND FOOD
                                                                                VULNERBILITY/SAFETY:
                                                                                --SUITABLE SUBSTITUTE IF
                                                                                UNABLE TO PERFORM
                                                                                ASSESSMENTS.

                                                                                TRAINING SOURCE:
      RT.F-RSVP-48G3-WATER AND                                                  AMP
984   FOOD VULNERABILITY/SAFETY    OPERATIONAL MEDICINE 1D.        26299        RSV COURSE BE DEVELOPED
                                   b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                           COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                         DESCRIPTION                DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR

                                                                                ADVANCED TRAUMA SUPPORT:
                                                                                ITEM REQUIRED TO DEPLOY AS
                                                                                SME

                                                                                TRAINING SOURCES:
      RT.F-RSVP-48G3-ADVANCED                                                   AMP
985   TRAUMA SUPPORT               OPERATIONAL MEDICINE 1E.        26299        RSV COURSE TO BE DEVELOPED

                                                                                CRANITOMY: EVALUATE
                                                                                NECESSITY AND PERFORM
                                                                                CRANIOTOMY FOR PENETRATING
                                                                                AND CLOSEDN HEAD INJURIES.


986   RT.F-RSVP-45S3F-CRANIOTOMY   MEDICAL CARE 1a.                26299

                                                                                MEDICAL CLEARANCE FOR
                                                                                AEROMEDICAL EVACUATION
                                                                                (PERFORM-5):
                                                                                --SUISTABLE SUBSTITUTE IF
                                                                                UNABLE TO PERFORM
                                                                                CLEARANCES: READ RELEVANT
                                                                                SECTIONS OF FLIGHT
                                                                                SURGEON'S GUIDE AND SGP
                                                                                TACTICS GUIDE.

                                                                                TRAINING SOURCES:
      RT.F-RSVP-48G3-MEDICAL                                                    AMP
      CLEARANCE FOR AEROMEDICAL                                                 RSV COURSE TO BE DEVELOPED
987   EVACUATION                AIR EVACUATION 1A.                 26299
                                                                                SPINAL INJURIES: EVALUATE
                                                                                MECHANICAL STABILITY OF
                                                                                SPINE INJURIES AND STABILIZE
      RT.F-RSVP-45S3F-SPINAL                                                    WITH INTERNAL OR EXTERNAL
988   INJURIES                     MEDICAL CARE 1b.                26299        FIXATION AS NECESSARY.
                                    b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                            COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                          DESCRIPTION              DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR

                                                                               INCREASED INTRACRANIAL
                                                                               PRESSURE: EVALUATE NEED
                                                                               FOR INTRACRANIAL PRESSURE
                                                                               MONITOR, PLACE IF NECESSARY
      RT.F-RSVP-45S3F-INCREASED                                                AND MANAGE INCREASED
989   INTRACRANICAL PRESSURE        MEDICAL CARE 1c.              26299        INTRACRANIAL PRESSURE.
                                                                               FAMILIARIZATION WITH
                                                                               STANDARD ALLOWANCE:
                                                                               FAMILIARIZE TEAM MEMBERS
      RT.F-RSVP-45S3F-                                                         WITH EQUIPMENT WITHIN THE
      FAMILIARIZATION WITH                                                     UNIT TYPE CODE STANDARD
990   STANDARD ALLOWANCE            SUPPLY 1a.                    26299        ALLOWANCE.


                                                                               TOTAL MAJOR CASES: PRE-
                                                                               OPERATIVE ASSESSMENT,
                                                                               INTRAOPERATIVE MANAGEMENT
                                                                               AND POST-OPERATIVE FOLLOW-
                                                                               UP. COUNT ONLY CASES FOR
                                                                               WHICH YOU WERE THE PRIMARY
                                                                               SURGEON.

                                                                               TRAINING SOURCE:
                                                                               MTF OR ALTERNATIVE SITES
      RT.F-RSVP-45S3E-TOTAL MAJOR                                              SUCH AS VA MOONLIGHTING,
991   CASES                         SURGICAL CASES 1a.            26299        CIVILIAN COOPERATIVE, CSTARS

                                                                               TOTAL MAJOR CASES: PRE-
                                                                               OPERATIVE ASSESSMENT,
                                                                               INTRAOPERATIVE MANAGEMENT
                                                                               AND POST-OPERATIVE FOLLOW-
                                                                               UP. COUNT ONLY CASES FOR
      RT.F-RSVP-45U3-TOTAL MAJOR                                               WHICH YOU WERE THE PRIMARY
992   CASES                         SURGICAL CASES 1a.            26299        SURGEON.
                                  b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                          COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                        DESCRIPTION              DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                             RETROPERITONEUM: SURGICAL
                                                                             EXAMPLES: PERFORM
                                                                             NEPHRECTOMY, EITHER PARTIAL
                                                                             OR CAOMPLETE, BY ANY
                                                                             SURGICAL APPROACH. EXCISE
                                                                             RETROPERITONEAL MASSES,
                                                                             AND PERFORM
      RT.F-RSVP-45U3-                                                        ADRENALECTOMY. (3 CASES
993   RETROPERITONEM              SURGICAL CASES 1b.             26299       EVERY 15 MONTHS)

                                                                             BLADDER DRAINAGE: ESTABLISH
      RT.F-RSVP-45U3-BLADDER                                                 A SUPRAPUBLIC TUBE. ( 2 CASES
994   DRAINAGE                    SURGICAL CASES 1c.            26299        EVERY 30 MONTHS )

                                                                             PERINEUM SURGERY: SURGICAL
                                                                             EXAMPLES: PERFORM
                                                                             URETHROPLASTY, ARTIFICIAL
                                                                             URINARY SPHINCTER, PERINEAL
                                                                             PROSTATECTOMY, PERINEAL
                                                                             URETHROSTOMY OR SURGERY
      RT.F-RSVP-45U3-PERINEUM                                                FOR STRESS INCONTINENCE. ( 2
995   SURGERY                     SURGICAL CASES 1d.            26299        CASES EVERY 15 MONTHS )

                                                                             MANAGEMENT OF UROLITHIASIS:
                                                                             SURGICAL EXAMPLES: PERFORM
                                                                             URETEROSCOPY WITH STONE
                                                                             REMOVAL, ESTABLISH RENAL
                                                                             DRAINAGE BY PLACING A
                                                                             URETERAL STENT, OPEN
                                                                             URETEROLITHOTOMY, OR
                                                                             PERCUTANEOUS
      RT.F-RSVP-45U3-MANAGEMENT                                              NEPHROSTOLITHOTOMY. ( 5
996   OF UROLITHIASIS             SURGICAL CASES 1e.            26299        CASES EVERY 15 MONTHS )
                                   b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                           COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                         DESCRIPTION              DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR

                                                                              TRANS-ABDOMINAL AND BOWEL:
                                                                              SURGICAL EXAMPLES: PERFORM
                                                                              URETEROSCOPY WITH STONE
                                                                              REMOVAL, ESTABLISH RENAL
                                                                              DRAINAGE BY PLACING A
                                                                              URETERAL STENT, OPEN
                                                                              URETEROLITHOTOMY,
                                                                              PERCUTANEOUS
      RT.F-RSVP-45U3-TRANS-                                                   NEPHROSTOLITHOTOMY. ( 5
997   ABDOMINAL AND BOWEL          SURGICAL CASES 1f.            26299        CASES EVERY 15 MONTHS)

                                                                              PENILE SURGERY: SURGICAL
                                                                              EXAMPLES: REPAIR PENILE
                                                                              URETHRAL STRICTURE,
                                                                              EXCISION OF PEYRONIES
                                                                              PLAQUE, STRAIGHTEN CHORDEE,
                                                                              PERFORM MEATOTOMY, OR
                                                                              REPAIR HYPOSPADIAS. ( 1 CASES
998   RT.F-RSVP-45U3-PENILE SUGERY SURGICAL CASES 1g.            26299        EVERY 15 MONTHS )
                                                                              TEST AND SCROTUM: SURGICL
                                                                              EXAMPLES: PERFORM
                                                                              ORCHIECTOMY, DIAGNOSE AND
                                                                              REPAIR TESTICULAR TRAUMA,
                                                                              RECOGNIZE AND TREAT
                                                                              TESTICULAR TORSION,
                                                                              PERFORM INCISION, DRAINAGE,
                                                                              OR DEBRIDEMENT OF SCROTAL
      RT.F-RSVP-45U3-TESTS AND                                                WOUNDS. ( 2 CASES EVERY 15
999   SCROTUM                      SURGICAL CASES 1h.            26299        MONTHS )
                                 b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                         COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                       DESCRIPTION              DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                            BLADDER INJURIES: SURGICAL
                                                                            EXAMPLES: REPAIR BLADDER
                                                                            INJURY AND PERFORM PARTIAL
                                                                            CYSTECTOMY, URETERAL
                                                                            REIMPLANTATION, OR PSOAS
       RT.F-RSVP-45U3-BLADDER                                               HITCH. ( 2 CASES EVERY 15
1000   INJURIES                  SURGICAL CASES 1i.             26299       MONTHS )

                                                                             URETERAL INJURIES: SURGICAL
                                                                             EXAMPLES: PERFORM PSOAS
                                                                             HITCH/BOARI FLAP, ESTABLISH
                                                                             URETERAL DRAINAGE VIA
                                                                             CUTANEOUS TUBE PLACEMENT,
                                                                             OPEN OR PERCUTANEOUS
                                                                             NEPHROSTOMY TUBE
                                                                             PLACEMENT, OR SPATULATED
       RT.F-RSVP-45U3-URETERAL                                               URETERO-ERTEROSTOMY. ( 1
1001   INJURIES                  SURGICAL CASES 1j.            26299         CASE EVERY 30 MONTHS )

                                                                             HUMAN PERFORMANCE
                                                                             SUSTAINMENT
                                                                             (COUNTERFATIGUE
                                                                             MANAGEMENT):
                                                                             --SUITABLE SUBSTITUTE IF NOT
                                                                             AVAILABLE:
                                                                             READ ENDURANCE
                                                                             MANAGEMENT GUIDE AND
                                                                             REVIEW THE FLIGHT SURGEON'S
                                                                             BRIEFING.

                                                                             TRAINING SOURCES:
       RT.F-RSVP-48G3-HUMAN      HUMAN PERFORMANCE                           AMP
1002   PERFORMANCE SUSTAINMENT   ENHANCEMENT 1A.               26299         RSV COURSE TO BE DEVELOPED
                                 b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                         COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                       DESCRIPTION                    DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR


                                                                                  UROLOGIC TRAUMA
                                                                                  RADIOGRAPHS: KNOWLEDGE OF
                                                                                  TECHNIQUE OF PERFORMING,
                                                                                  AND INTERPRETATION OF:
                                                                                  CYSTOGRAM, TRAUMA
                                                                                  RETROGRADE URETHOGRAM,
                                                                                  ONE SHOT IVP, DEMO ABILITY TO
                                                                                  RADIOGRAHICALLY STAGE
       RT.F-RSVP-45U3-UROLOGIC                                                    RENAL INJURIES AND DIAGNOSE
1003   TRAUMA RADIOGRAPHS        SURGICAL CASES 1k.                  26299        BLADDER INJURIES VIA CT SCAN.
                                                                                  EMERGENCY/ACUTE CARE
                                                                                  DENTAL SKILLS: EVALUATE AND
                                                                                  TREAT DENTAL
                                                                                  EMERGENCIES/ACUTE CARE

                                                                                  TRAINING SOURCE:
                                                                                  DIS WEBSITE, LOCAL EXPERTISE
                                                                                  ( POWER POINT PRES') DENTAL
       RT.F-RSVP-47XX-                                                            CE COURSES
       EMERGENCY/ACUTE CARE      ALL DENTISTS ASSIGNED TO UTC                     HTTP://WWW.BROOKS.AF.MIL/DIS
1004   DENTAL SKILLS             (INCLUDES USAFR, ANG) 1a.           26299        /
                                   b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                           COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                         DESCRIPTION                    DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                                    EMERGENCY/ACUTE CARE
                                                                                    DENTAL SKILLS: EVALUATION
                                                                                    AND MANAGEMENT OF
                                                                                    DENTOFICIAL INFECTIONS-
                                                                                    INCLUDES ASSESSMENT,
                                                                                    APPROPRIATE MANAGEMENT OF
                                                                                    ORAL INFECTIONS AND NON-
                                                                                    SURGICAL MODALITIES TO
                                                                                    MANAGE FACIAL ABSCESSES
                                                                                    AND CELLULITIS (47S CAN COUNT
                                                                                    REGULAR PRACTICES).

                                                                                     TRAINING SOURCE:
                                                                                     DIS WEBSITE, LOCAL EXPERTISE
                                                                                     ( POWER POINT PRES') DENTAL
       RT.F-RSVP-47XX-                                                               CE COURSES
       EMERGENCY/ACUTE CARE        ALL DENTISTS ASSIGNED TO UTC                      HTTP://WWW.BROOKS.AF.MIL/DIS
1005   DENTAL SKILLS EVALUATIONS   (INCLUDES USAFR, ANG) 1b.            26299        /

                                                                                     OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH
                                                                                     ASSESSMENT:
                                                                                     SHOP VISITS, OHWG ATTENDED,
                                                                                     AND OF SIGN OFF ON 2766'S FOR
                                                                                     HIGH RISK SHOPS START TO
                                                                                     FINISH (PERFORM 2)

                                                                                     --SUITABLE SUBSTITUTE IF NOT
                                                                                     AVAILABLE:
                                                                                     READ RELEVANT SECTIONS OF
                                                                                     FLIGHT SURGEON'S GUIDE AND
                                                                                     SGP TACTICS GUIDE.

                                                                                     TRAINING SOURCES:
       RT.F-RSVP-48G3-OCCUPATIONAL OCCUPATIONAL MEDICINE AND                         AMP
1006   HEALTH ASSESSMENT           INDUSTRIAL HYGIENE 1A.               26299        RSV TO BE DEVELOPED
                                    b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                            COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                          DESCRIPTION                    DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                                     DENTALTRAUMA MANAGEMENT
                                                                                     SKILLS: MANAGEMENT OF SOFT
                                                                                     TISSUE INJURIES/SUTURE SKILLS
                                                                                     (47S, 47H CAN COUNT REGULAR
                                                                                     PRACTICE)

                                                                                      TRAINING SOURCE:
                                                                                      DIS WEBSITE, LOCAL EXPERTISE
                                                                                      ( POWER POINT PRES') DENTAL
       RT.F-RSVP-47XX-DENTAL                                                          CE COURSES
       TRAUMA MANAGEMENT SOFT       ALL DENTISTS ASSIGNED TO UTC                      HTTP://WWW.BROOKS.AF.MIL/DIS
1007   TISSUE INJURIES              (INCLUDES USAFR, ANG) 1c.            26299        /

                                                                                      AEROMEDICAL SUMMARIES:
                                                                                      (3) FLYING WAIVERS WORKED TO
                                                                                      COMPLETION
                                                                                      --SUITABLE SUBSTITUTE IF NOT
                                                                                      AVAILABLE:
                                                                                      READ REVEVANT SECTIONS OF
                                                                                      FLIGHT SURGEON'S GUIDE AND
                                                                                      SGP TACTICS GUIDE.

                                                                                      TRAINING SOURCES:
       RT.F-RSVP-48G3-AEROMEDICAL                                                     AMP
1008   SUMMARIES                    CLINICAL FLIGHT MEDICINE 1A.         26299        RSV COURSE TO BE DEVELOPED
                                                                                      ADVANCED TRAUMA LIFE
                                                                                      SUPPORT:
                                                                                      ITEM REQUIRED TO DEPLOY AS
                                                                                      SME OR ON FFGL2 AND FFGRL.

       RT.F-RSVP-48G3-ADVANCED      PREREQUISITE CERTIFICATIONS                       TRAINING SOURCE:
1009   TRAUMA LIFE SUPPORT          1A.                                  26299        ATLS COURSE
                                    b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                            COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                          DESCRIPTION                  DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                                   DENTALTRAUMA MANAGEMENT
                                                                                   SKILLS:EVALUATION AND INITIAL
                                                                                   STABILIZATION AND FACIAL
                                                                                   FRACTURES ( 47S CAN COUNT
                                                                                   REGULAR PRACTICE)
                                                                                   TRAINING SOURCE:
                                                                                   DIS WEBSITE, LOCAL EXPERTISE
                                                                                   ( POWER POINT PRES') DENTAL
       RT.F-RSVP-47XX-DENTAL                                                       CE COURSES
       TRAUMA MANGEMENT INITIAL     ALL DENTISTS ASSIGNED TO UTC                   HTTP://WWW.BROOKS.AF.MIL/DIS
1010   STABILIZATION                (INCLUDES USAFR, ANG) 1d.          26299       /

                                                                                    CLINICAL FLIGHT MEDICINE
                                                                                    PRIVILEGES CURRENT:
                                                                                    CAN BE WAIVED BY THE
                                                                                    MAJCOM/SGPA BASED ON
                                                                                    DEMONSTRATED COMPETENCE.

       RT.F-RSVP-48G3-CLINICAL                                                      NO TRAINING REQUIRED.
       FLIGHT MEDICINE PRIVILEGES   PREREQUISITE CERTIFICATIONS                     MANAGED BY MTF
1011   CURRENT                      1B.                               26299         CREDENTIALLING FUNCTION

                                                                                    FORENSIC DENTISTRY: POST
                                                                                    MORTEM FORENSIC DENTAL
                                                                                    IDENTIFICATION SKILLS, -ACTUAL
                                                                                    PARTICIPATION IN POSTMORTEM
                                                                                    IDENTIFICATION CONSIDERED
                                                                                    EQUIVALENT FOR PERIODIC
                                                                                    PERFORMANCE TRAINING.

                                                                                    TRAINING SOURCE:
                                                                                    DIS WEBSITE, LOCAL EXPERTISE
                                                                                    ( POWER POINT PRES') DENTAL
                                                                                    CE COURSES
       RT.F-RSVP-47XX-FORENSIC      ALL DENTISTS ASSIGNED TO UTC                    HTTP://WWW.BROOKS.AF.MIL/DIS
1012   DENTISTRY                    (INCLUDES USAFR, ANG) 1e.         26299         /
                                    b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                            COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                          DESCRIPTION                DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR

                                                                                 MISHAP RESPONSE:
                                                                                 AIRCRAFT MISHAP, HAZMAT, OR
                                                                                 MASS CASUALTY
                                                                                 RESPONSES/EXERCISE.
                                                                                 --SUITABLE SUBSTITUTE IF NOT
                                                                                 AVAILABLE:
                                                                                 READ RELEVANT SECTIONS OF
                                                                                 FLIGHT SURGEON'S GUIDE AND
                                                                                 SGP TACTICS GUIDE.

                                                                                 TRAINING SOURCES:
                                                                                 AMP
                                                                                 AMIP
                                                                                 LOCAL EXERCISES
                                                                                 RSV COURSE TO BE DEVELOPED

       RT.F-RSVP-48A3-MISHAP
1013   RESPONSE                     OPERATIONAL MEDICINE 1A.        26299

                                                                                 PHYSIOLOGIC INCIDENT
                                                                                 RESPONSE & ANALYSIS
                                                                                 (PERFORM 2):
                                                                                 --SUITABLE SUBSTITUTE IF
                                                                                 UNABLE TO PERFORM
                                                                                 RESPONSES: REVIEW
                                                                                 PERTINENT PORTION OF AFI 41-
                                                                                 204.

       RT.F-RSVP-48A3-PHYSIOLOGIC                                                TRAINING SOURCES:
       INCIDENT RESPONSE AND                                                     AMP
1014   ANALYSIS                     OPERATIONAL MEDICINE 1B.        26299        RSV COURSE TO BE DEVELOPED
                                   b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                           COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                         DESCRIPTION                DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                                TRAVEL MEDICINE:
                                                                                MED INTELLIGENCE RESEARCH
                                                                                AND BRIEFINGS, ISSUING
                                                                                MEDICAL PROPHYLAXIS
                                                                                (PERFORM-2)
                                                                                --SUITABLE SUBSTITUTE IF
                                                                                UNABLE TO GIVE BRIEFINGS.

                                                                                TRAINING SOURCES:
       RT.F-RSVP-48A3-TRAVEL                                                    AMP
1015   MEDICINE                    OPERATIONAL MEDICINE 1C.        26299        GLOBAL MEDICINE
                                                                                WATER AND FOOD
                                                                                VULNERBILITY/SAFETY:
                                                                                --SUITABLE SUBSTITUTE IF
                                                                                UNABLE TO PERFORM
                                                                                ASSESSMENTS.

       RT.F-RSVP-48A3-WATER AND                                                 TRAINING SOURCE:
       FOOD VULNERABILITY/SAFETY                                                AMP
1016   ASSESSMENT                  OPERATIONAL MEDICINE 1D.        26299        RSV COURSE BE DEVELOPED

                                                                                HUMAN FACTORS BRIEFING:
                                                                                IRC, QUARTERLY WING FLYING
                                                                                SAFETY BRIEFING, NBG COURSE,
                                                                                OR HUD TAPE REVIEWS,
                                                                                PERFORM ANY 2.
                                                                                --SUITABLE SUBSTITUTE IF NOT
                                                                                AVAILABLE:
                                                                                READ RELEVANT SECTIONS OF
                                                                                FLIGHT SURGEON'S GUIDE AND
                                                                                SGP TACTICS GUIDE.

                                                                                TRAINING SOURCES:
       RT.F-RSVP-48A3-HUMAN                                                     AMP
1017   FACTORS BRIEFING            OPERATIONAL MEDICINE 1E.        26299        RSV COURSE TO BE DEVELOPED
                                   b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                           COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                        DESCRIPTION               DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR

                                                                              MEDICAL CLEARANCE FOR
                                                                              AEROMEDICAL EVACUATION
                                                                              (PERFORM-5):
                                                                              --SUISTABLE SUBSTITUTE IF
                                                                              UNABLE TO PERFORM
                                                                              CLEARANCES: READ RELEVANT
                                                                              SECTIONS OF FLIGHT
                                                                              SURGEON'S GUIDE AND SGP
                                                                              TACTICS GUIDE.

                                                                              TRAINING SOURCES:
                                                                              AMP
       RT.F-RSVP-48A3-MEDICAL                                                 RSV COURSE TO BE DEVELOPED
       CLEARANCE FOR AEROMEDICAL
1018   EVACUATION                AIR EVACUATION 1A.              26299

                                                                              HUMAN PERFORMANCE
                                                                              SUSTAINMENT
                                                                              (COUNTERFATIGUE
                                                                              MANAGEMENT):
                                                                              --SUITABLE SUBSTITUTE IF NOT
                                                                              AVAILABLE:
                                                                              READ ENDURANCE
                                                                              MANAGEMENT GUIDE AND
                                                                              REVIEW THE FLIGHT SURGEON'S
                                                                              BRIEFING.

                                                                              TRAINING SOURCES:
       RT.F-RSVP-48A3-HUMAN       HUMAN PERFORMANCE                           AMP
1019   PERFORMANCE SUSTAINMENT    ENHANCEMENT 1A.                26299        RSV COURSE TO BE DEVELOPED
                                    b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                            COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                          DESCRIPTION                    DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR

                                                                                     OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH
                                                                                     ASSESSMENT:
                                                                                     SHOP VISITS, OHWG ATTENDED,
                                                                                     AND OF SIGN OFF ON 2766'S FOR
                                                                                     HIGH RISK SHOPS START TO
                                                                                     FINISH (PERFORM 2)

                                                                                     --SUITABLE SUBSTITUTE IF NOT
                                                                                     AVAILABLE:
                                                                                     READ RELEVANT SECTIONS OF
                                                                                     FLIGHT SURGEON'S GUIDE AND
                                                                                     SGP TACTICS GUIDE.

                                                                                     TRAINING SOURCES:
       RT.F-RSVP-48A3-OCCUPATIONAL OCCUPATIONAL MEDICINE AND                         AMP
1020   HEALTH ASSESSMENT           INDUSTRIALHYGIENE 1A.                26299        RSV TO BE DEVELOPED

                                                                                     AEROMEDICAL SUMMARIES:
                                                                                     (3) FLYING WAIVERS WORKED TO
                                                                                     COMPLETION
                                                                                     --SUITABLE SUBSTITUTE IF NOT
                                                                                     AVAILABLE:
                                                                                     READ REVEVANT SECTIONS OF
                                                                                     FLIGHT SURGEON'S GUIDE AND
                                                                                     SGP TACTICS GUIDE.

                                                                                     TRAINING SOURCES:
       RT.F-RSVP-48A3-AEROMEDICAL                                                    AMP
1021   SUMMARIES                    CLINICAL FLIGHT MEDICINE 1A.        26299        RSV COURSE TO BE DEVELOPED
                                      b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                              COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                            DESCRIPTION                   DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                                      ADVANCED TRAUMA LIFE
                                                                                      SUPPORT:
                                                                                      ITEM REQUIRED TO DEPLOY AS
                                                                                      SME OR ON FFGL2 AND FFGRL.

       RT.F-RSVP-48A3-ADVANCED        PREREQUISITE CERTIFICATION                       TRAINING SOURCE:
1022   TRAUMA LIFE SUPPORT            1A.                                26299         ATLS COURSE

                                                                                       CLINICAL FLIGHT MEDICINE
                                                                                       PRIVILEGES CURRENT:
                                                                                       CAN BE WAIVED BY THE
                                                                                       MAJCOM/SGPA BASED ON
                                                                                       DEMONSTRATED COMPETENCE.

                                                                                       NO TRAINING REQUIRED.
       RT.F-RSVP-48A3-CLINICAL FLIGHT PREREQUISITE CERTIFICATIONS                      MANAGED BY MTF
1023   MEDICINE PRIVILEGES CURRENT 1B.                                   26299         CREDENTIALLING FUNCTION

                                                                                       CRITICAL CARE MANAGEMENT:
                                                                                       TRIAGE, INITIAL RESUSCITATION,
                                                                                       CRITICAL CARE MANAGEMENT

       RT.F-RSVP-48A3-CRITICAL CARE                                                    TRAINING SOURCE:
1024   MANAGEMENT                     DEPLOYMENT MEDICINE 1A.            26299         CSTARS
                                     b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                             COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                           DESCRIPTION              DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR


                                                                                ASSISTS WITH SITE SELECTION
                                                                                FOR PERIOPERATIVE ACTIVITIES:
                                                                                CONSIDERS SAFETY LOGISTICS,
                                                                                PATIENT FLOW, INFECTION
                                                                                CONTROL, ACCESS TO SERVICES
                                                                                IN AUSTERE ENVIRONMENT IN
                                                                                ESTABLISHING SURGICAL,
                                                                                STERILE SUPPLY AND STORAGE
                                                                                LOCATIONS.

       RT.F-RSVP-46S3-ASSISTS WITH                                              TRAINING SOURCES:
       SITE SELECTION FOR            IMPLEMENTING SURGICAL                      EMEDS
1025   PERIOPERATIVE                 NURSING CARE 1A.              26299        MURT

                                                                                KNOWLEDGE OF LOGISTICS
                                                                                FLOW AND RESUPPLY
                                                                                PATTERNS:
                                                                                ARRANGES WITH LOGISTICS
                                                                                SUPPORT FOR RESUPPLY OF ALL
                                                                                CONSUMABLES, EQUIPMENT
                                                                                REPAIR, KNOWLEDGE OF TABLE
                                                                                OF ALLOWANCES (TA) FOR
                                                                                EMEDS.

                                                                                TRAINING SOURCES:
                                                                                EMEDS
       RT.F-RSVP-46S3-KNOWLEDGE OF                                              MURT
       LOGISTICS FLOW AND RESUPPLY IMPLEMENTING SURGICAL                        EVERYDAY WORK EXPERIENCE
1026   PATTERN                     NURSING CARE 1B.                26299        VALIDATED BY SUPERVISOR
                                   b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                           COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                        DESCRIPTION                    DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                                   PERFORMS PRIMARILY
                                                                                   CIRCULATING NURSE DUTIES:
                                                                                   IN A VARIETY OF MAJOR CASES
                                                                                   SUCH:
                                                                                   ABDOMINAL, NEUROSURGICAL.

                                                                                    TRAINING SOURCES:
                                                                                    EVERYDAY WORK EXPERIENCE
                                                                                    VALIDATED BY SUPERVISOR
                                                                                    APPROVED OFF-DUTY
       RT.F-RSVP-46S3-PERFORMS                                                      EMPLOYMENT
       PRIMARILY CIRCULATING NURSE IMPLEMENTING SURGICAL                            1-2 WEEK CLINICAL ROTATION
1027   DUTIES                      NURSING CARE 1C.                   26299         CSTARS
                                                                                    fIELD DENTISTRY: FIELD
                                                                                    DENTISTRY: FIELD DENTAL
                                                                                    EQUIPMENT TRAINING. -
                                                                                    FAMILIARIZATION (REVIEW) OF
                                                                                    DENTAL EQUIPMENT/SUPPLIES
                                                                                    CONTAINED IN ASSIGNED UTC
                                                                                    ALLOWANCE STANDARD TO
                                                                                    INCLUDE SET UP, OPERATION,
                                                                                    DAILY MAINTENANCE, INFECTION
                                                                                    CONTROL, REPACKING
                                                                                    PROCEDURES. ACTUAL HANDS-
                                                                                    ON PRACTICE HIGHLY
       RT.F-RSVP-47XX-FIELD       ALL DENTISTS ASSIGNED TO UTC                      RECOMMENDED IF
1028   DENTISTRY                  (INCLUDES USAFR, ANG) 1f.           26299         UNIT/EQUIPMENT IS AVAILABLE.
                                  b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                          COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                        DESCRIPTION              DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                             PERFORMS BASIC FUNCTIONS AS
                                                                             PRIMARY SCRUBBED
                                                                             PERSONNEL:
                                                                             IN A VARIETY OF MAJOR CASES
                                                                             SUCH AS : ABDOMINAL,
                                                                             NEUROLOGICAL, ORAL
                                                                             MAXILLOFACIAL, HEAD AND
                                                                             NECK, THORATIC, AND
                                                                             ORTHOPEDIC PROCEDURES.

                                                                             TRAINING SOURCES:
                                                                             EVERYDAY WORK EXPERIENCE
                                                                             VALIDATED BY SUPERVISOR
                                                                             APPROVED OFF-DUTY
       RT.F-RSVP-46S3-PERFORMS                                               EMPLOYMENT
       BASIC FUNCTIONS/SCRUBBED   IMPLEMENTING SURGICAL                      1-2 WEEK CLINICALROTATION
1029   PERSONNEL                  NURSING CARE 1D.              26299        CSTARS
                               b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                       COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                     DESCRIPTION                  DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                              DENTAL SPECIALTY SKILLS:
                                                                              MAINTAINS CUURENT PRACTICE
                                                                              OF DENTISTRY/SPECIALITY TO
                                                                              SCOPE OF CARE REQUIRED TO
                                                                              SUPPORT UTC REQUIRED
                                                                              SKILLS. (REFER TO MISCAPS FOR
                                                                              SPECIFIC UTC CAPABILTIES). -
                                                                              FOR SPECIALTY UTC'S THIS
                                                                              INVOLVED THE DIAGNOSIS AND
                                                                              MANAGEMENT OF DENTAL
                                                                              EMERGENCIES. IF THE REGULAR
                                                                              PRACTICE OF DENTISTRY DOES
                                                                              NOT PROVIDE THIS TRAINING
                                                                              THEN SICK CALL OR DOD
                                                                              ROTATIONS SHOULD BE
                                                                              INCLUDED AS PART OF
                                                                              TRAINING.

                                                                               TRAINING SOURCE:
                                                                               CURRENT PRACTICE SPECIALITY
                               ADDITIONAL REQUIRMENTS-                         ROTAIONS, DOD ROTATIONS,
       RT.F-RSVP-47XX-DENTAL   ACTIVE DUTY DENTISTS                            SICK CALL, DENTAL SHORT
1030   SPECIALTY SKILLS        ASSIGNED TO FEED, FFMA 1a.         26299        COURSES.
                                    b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                            COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                          DESCRIPTION              DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR


                                                                               ESTABLISHES PROPER
                                                                               RECEPTION/FLOW OF USED
                                                                               INSTRUMENTS AND
                                                                               REPROCESABLES:
                                                                               ESTABLISHES
                                                                               DECONTAMINATION AREA
                                                                               SEPARATE FROM CLEAN
                                                                               ASSEMBLY AND PROCESSING
                                                                               AREA.
                                                                               ESTABLISHES PROCEDURES TO
                                                                               DECONTAMINATE, TERMINALLY
                                                                               WASH/STERILIZE, INSPECT FOR
                                                                               INTEGRITY/FUNCTION,
                                                                               REASSEMBLE, AND WRAP
                                                                               INSTRUMENTS SETS FOR REUSE.
       RT.F-RSVP-46S3-ESTABLISHES
       RECEPTION/FLOW OF USED       IMPLEMENTS SURGICAL                        TRAINING SOURCES:
1031   INSTRUMENTS                  NURSING CARE 1E.              26299        INSERVICES
                                    b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                            COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                          DESCRIPTION              DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                               STERILIZES INSTRUMENTS SETS
                                                                               AND ITEMS USING APPROPRIATE
                                                                               METHODS:
                                                                               ENSURES ITEMS ARE READIED
                                                                               FOR THE SELECTED METHOD OF
                                                                               STERILIZATION (STEAM OR
                                                                               CHEMICAL) USING ACCEPTED
                                                                               BIOLOGICA/CHEMICAL
                                                                               MONITORS.
                                                                               STERILIZES/DISINFECTS ITEMS
                                                                               ACCORDING TO
                                                                               POLICY/STANDARDS. RETAINS
                                                                               DOCUMENTATION OF
                                                                               STERILIZATION.

       RT.F-RSVP-46S3-STERILIZES    IMPLEMENTING SURGICAL                       TRAINING SOURCES:
1032   INSTRUMENTS SETS AND ITEMS   NURSING CARE 1F.              26299         CSS LOCAL TRAINING
                                   b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                           COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                        DESCRIPTION               DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR

                                                                              EXPOSURES TO CBRNE AGENTS:
                                                                              RECOGNIZES PROBABLE SIGNS
                                                                              OF CHEMICAL, BIOLOGICAL,
                                                                              RADIOLOGICAL, AND NUCLEAR
                                                                              EXPLOSIVE AGENT EXPOSURE
                                                                              AND INITIATES APPROPRIATE
                                                                              TREATMENT AND/OR
                                                                              SUPPORTIVE MEASURES.

                                                                              TRAINING SOURCES:
                                                                              USAMRIID/USARICD TRAINING
                                                                              PROGRAMS
                                                                              MURT
                                                                              INSERVICES
                                                                              http://www.usamriid.army.mil/educati
                                                                              on/index.html
                                                                              http://www.swankhealth.com
                                                                              http://www.usamriid.detrick.army.mil/
                                                                              eduaction/bluebook.html
                                                                              http://wwwsam.brooks.af.mil/web/eh/
                                                                              html/decon.htm
                                                                              www.anthrax.mil
       RT.F-RSVP-46S3-EXPOSURES TO IMPLEMENTING SURGICAL                      www.smallpox.army.mil
1034   CBRNE AGENTS                NURSING CARE 1G.              26299
                                                                              PERFORMS EMERGENCY
                                                                              RESUSCITATION OF ADULT
                                                                              PATIENTS:
                                                                              MAINTAINS CURRENCY OF
                                                                              SKILLS, TRAINING AND
                                                                              CERTIFICATION IN ADVANCED
                                                                              CARDIAC LIFE SUPPORT (ACLS)
                                                                              COURSE.
       RT.F-RSVP-46S3-PERFORMS
       EMERGENCY RESUSCITATION OF IMPLEMENTING SURGICAL                       TRAINING SOURCE:
1035   ADULT                      NURSING CARE 1h.               26299        ACLS COURSE
                                   b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                           COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                         DESCRIPTION              DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR

                                                                              DEMONSTRATE
                                                                              KNOWLEDGE/PROFICIENCY WITH
                                                                              UTC EQUIPMENT IN ALLOWANCE
                                                                              STANDARDS:
                                                                              REVIEW,OPERATE AND
                                                                              DEMONSTRATE PROFICIENCY
                                                                              WITH EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES
                                                                              USED IN DEPLOYMENT UTC'S.

       RT.F-RSVP-46S3-DEMONSTRATE                                             TRAINING SOURCES:
       KNOWLEDGE/PROFICIENCY WITH IMPLEMENTING SURGICAL                       EMEDS
1036   UTC EQUIP                  NURSING CARE 1I.               26299        MURT
                                                                              RECOGNIZES PROBABLE SIGNS
                                                                              OF CHEMICAL,
                                                                              BIOLOGICAL,RADIOLOGICAL AND
                                                                              NUCLEAR EXPLOSIVE AGENT
                                                                              EXPOSURE AND INITIATES
                                                                              APPROPRIATE TREATMENT
                                                                              AND/OR SUPPORTIVE
                                                                              MEASURES.

                                                                              TRAINING SOURCES:
                                                                              http://www.usamriid.army.mil/educati
                                                                              on/index.html
                                                                              http://www.swankhealth.com
                                                                              http://www.usamriid.detrick.army.mil/
                                                                              eduaction/bluebook.html
                                                                              http://wwwsam.brooks.af.mil/web/eh/
                                                                              html/decon.htm
                                                                              www.anthrax.mil
                                                                              www.smallpox.army.mil
                                                                              USAMRIID/USAMRICD TRAINING
       RT.F-RSVP-46N3J-EXPOSURES                                              MURT
1038   TO CBRNE AGENTS             CBRNE 1A.                     26299        INSERVICES
                                  b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                          COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                       DESCRIPTION                    DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                                  PERFORMS EMERGENCY
                                                                                  RESUSCITATION OF PEDIATRIC
                                                                                  PATIENTS:
                                                                                  MAINTAINS CURRENCY OF
                                                                                  SKILLS, TRAINING, AND
                                                                                  CERTIFICATION IN PEDIATRIC
                                                                                  ADVANCED LIFE SUPPORT
                                                                                  (PALS).
       RT.F-RSVP-46N3J-PERFORMS
       EMERGENCY RESUSCITATION OF IMPLEMENTING EMERGENCY                           TRAINING SOURCE:
1039   PEDIATRIC                  NURSING CARE 1A.                   26299         PALS COURSE

                                                                                   EMERGENCY/ACUTE CARE
                                                                                   DENTAL SKILLS: EVALUATION
                                                                                   AND MANAGEMENT OF
                                                                                   DENTOFICIAL INFECTIONS-
                                                                                   INCLUDES ASSESSMENT,
                                                                                   APPROPRIATE MANAGEMENT OF
                                                                                   ORAL INFECTIONS/AEF CYCLE TO
                                                                                   INCLUDE BUT NOT LIMITED TO
                                                                                   PERICORONITIS,
                                                                                   APICAL/PERIODONTAL ABSCESS, -
                                                                                   ASSISTING PRIMARY PROVIDER
                                                                                   (TEAM MEMBER) IN THE
                                                                                   MANAGEMENT OF AN ACTUAL
                                                                                   CASE WILL BE CONSIDERED
                                                                                   EQUIVALENT FOR PERIODIC
                                                                                   PERFORMANCE TRAINING

                                                                                   TRAINING SOURCE:
                                                                                   DIS WEBSITE, LOCAL EXPERTISE
                                                                                   ( POWER POINT PRES') DENTAL
       RT.F-RSVP-47XX-                                                             CE COURSES
       EMERGENCY/ACUTE CARE      ALL DENTISTS ASSIGNED TO UTC                      HTTP://WWW.BROOKS.AF.MIL/DIS
1040   EVALUATION/DENTOFACIAL    (INCLUDES USAFR, ANG) 1b.           26299         /
                                  b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                          COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                        DESCRIPTION              DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                             PERFORMS INITIAL
                                                                             ASSESSMENT/RESUSCITATION
                                                                             AND TREATMENT OF ADULT
                                                                             TRAUMA PATIENTS:
                                                                             MAINTAINS CURRENCY OF
                                                                             SKILLS, TRAINING, AND
                                                                             CERTIFICATION IN TRAUMA
                                                                             NURSING CORE COURSE(TNCC)
                                                                             AND /OR ADVANCED TRAUMA
                                                                             CARE FOR NURSES(ATCN)
                                                                             AND/OR COMBAT CASUALTY
                                                                             CARE COURSE (C4).

                                                                             TRAINING SOURCES:
       RT.F-RSVP-46N3J-PERFORMS                                              TNCC
       INITIAL                                                               ATCN
       ASSESSMENT/RESUSCITATION   IMPLEMENTING EMERGENCY                     C4
1041   ADULT                      NURSING CARE 1B.              26299        C-STARS
                                b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                        COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                      DESCRIPTION                    DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR


                                                                                 DENTALTRAUMA MANAGEMENT
                                                                                 SKILLS: MANAGEMENT OF SOFT
                                                                                 TISSUE INJURIES/SUTURE SKILLS
                                                                                 MINIMUM OF 4 CASES/AEF CYCLE
                                                                                 INVOLVING FULL THICKNESS
                                                                                 MUCOGINGIVAL FLAP OR
                                                                                 LAYERED CLOSURE(I.E. LIP OR
                                                                                 OTHER SKIN LACERATION) -
                                                                                 SUTURE LAB PRACTICUM MAY
                                                                                 SUBSTITUTE IF CURRENT
                                                                                 PRACTICE DOES NOT INCLUDE
                                                                                 SURGICAL CASES. (47S, 47H CAN
                                                                                 COUNT REGULAR PRACTICE)

                                                                                 TRAINING SOURCE:
                                                                                 DIS WEBSITE, LOCAL EXPERTISE
                                                                                 ( POWER POINT PRES') DENTAL
       RT.F-RSVP-47XX-DENTAL                                                     CE COURSES
       TRAUMA MANAGEMENT        ALL DENTISTS ASSIGNED TO UTC                     HTTP://WWW.BROOKS.AF.MIL/DIS
1043   INJURIES/SUTURE SKILLS   (INCLUDES USAFR, ANG) 1c.           26299        /
                                     b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                             COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                           DESCRIPTION                    DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR


                                                                                      DENTALTRAUMA MANAGEMENT
                                                                                      SKILLS: EVALUATION AND INITIAL
                                                                                      STABILIZATION OF FACIAL
                                                                                      FRACTURES- MANAGEMENT OF
                                                                                      ONE CASE/AEF CYCLE
                                                                                      INVOLVING FULL THICKNESS
                                                                                      MUCOGINGIVAL FLAP OR
                                                                                      LAYERED CLOSURE (I.E. LIP OR
                                                                                      OTHER SKIN LACERATION) -
                                                                                      SUTURE LAB PRACTICUM MAY
                                                                                      SUBSTITUTE IF CURRENT
                                                                                      PRACTICE DOES NOT INCLUDE
                                                                                      SURGICAL CASES. (47S, 47H CAN
                                                                                      COUNT REGULAR PRACTICE)

                                                                                      TRAINING SOURCE:
                                                                                      DIS WEBSITE, LOCAL EXPERTISE
                                                                                      ( POWER POINT PRES') DENTAL
       RT.F-RSVP-47XX-DENTAL                                                          CE COURSES
       TRAUMA EVALUATION & INITIAL   ALL DENTISTS ASSIGNED TO UTC                     HTTP://WWW.BROOKS.AF.MIL/DIS
1044   STABILIZATION                 (INCLUDES USAFR, ANG) 1d.           26299        /
                                                                                      ADJUNCTIVE MEDICAL SKILLS:
                                                                                      TRIAGE & INITIAL PATIENT
                                                                                      ASSESSMENT. -EXPOSURE TO
                                                                                      BASIC TRIAGE AND INITIAL
                                                                                      PATIENT ASSESSMENT
                                                                                      TECHINQUES.

                                                                                      TRAINING SOURCE:
                                                                                      EMEDS, CMRT, C-4 OR OTHER
       RT.F-RSVP-47XX-ADJUNCTIVE     ALL DENTISTS ASSIGNED TO UTC                     COURSE WITH EXERCISE
1045   MEDICAL SKILLS                (INCLUDES USAFR, ANG) 1e.           26299        SCENARIOS
                                      b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                              COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                            DESCRIPTION                  DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR

                                                                                     IDENTIFIES AND IMPLEMENTS
                                                                                     NURSING PRACTICE
                                                                                     CONSISTENT WITH STANDARDS
                                                                                     OF PROFESSIONAL
                                                                                     ORGANIZATIONS STATUTES, AND
                                                                                     REGULATIONS: UNDERSTANDS
                                                                                     THE DEVELOPMENT,
                                                                                     EVALUATION AND MAINTENANCE
                                                                                     OF ORGANIZATIONAL SYTEMS
                                                                                     THAT INTEGRATE POLICIES AND
                                                                                     PROCEDURES WITH
                                                                                     REGULATIONS, PRACTICE
                                                                                     STANDARDS AND CLINICAL
                                                                                     GUIDELINES.

                                                                                     TRAINING SOURCE:
                                                                                     EVERYDAY WORK EXPERIENCE
                                                                                     VALIDATED BYU SUPERVISOR;
       RT.F-RSVP-46A-IDENTIFIES AND                                                  INTEMEDIATE EX SKILLS (IES)
       IMPLEMENTS NURSING             STANDARDS OF CARE/PRACTICE
1046   PRACTICE                       1a.                               26299
                                      b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                              COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                            DESCRIPTION                  DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR

                                                                                     IDENTIFIES AND ADVOCATES
                                                                                     FOR RESOURCES:
                                                                                     COLLABORATES WIH OTHER
                                                                                     HEALTH CARE EXECUTIVES TO
                                                                                     IDENTIFY HEALTH CARE
                                                                                     SERVICES, SETTINGS,
                                                                                     WORKFLOW PATTERNS, AND
                                                                                     ORGANIZATIONAL PRIORITIES.
                                                                                     AQUIRES AND ALLOCATES
                                                                                     HUMAN AND MATERIAL
                                                                                     RESOURCES FOR NURSING
                                                                                     FUNCTIONS AND PROCESSES.

                                                                                     TRAINING SOURCE:
       RT.F-RSVP-46A-IDENTIFIES AND   STANDARDS OF CARE/PRACTICE                     EVERYDAY WORK EXPERIENCE
1047   ADVOCATES FOR RESOURCES        1b.                               26299        VALIDATED BY SUPERVISOR; IES


                                                                                     DEVELOPS, MAINTAINS, AND
                                                                                     EVALUATES ORGANIZATIONAL
                                                                                     SYSTEMS TO FACILITATE THE
                                                                                     DELIVERY OF NURSING CARE:
                                                                                     MONITORS AND ADMINISTERS
                                                                                     PROGRAMS TO ENSURE STAFF
                                                                                     COMPENTENCY. REVIEWS AND
                                                                                     EVALUATES PLANS FOR
                                                                                     APPROPRIATE UTILIZATION OF
                                                                                     STAFF AT ALL LEVELS OF
                                                                                     PRACTICE AND ADJUST
                                                                                     ACCORDINGLY AS APPLICABLE
                                                                                     TO THE DEPLOYED ENVIROMENT.

       RT.F-RSVP-46A-DEVELOPS,                                                       TRAINING SOURCE:
       MAINTAINS ORGANIZATIONAL                                                      EVERYDAY WORK EXPERIENCE
1048   SYSTEMS                        ENVIROMENTAL CONTROL 1a.          26299        VALIDATED BY SUPERVISOR; IES
                                    b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                            COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                          DESCRIPTION              DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR

                                                                               UNDERSTANDS AND APPLIES
                                                                               THE PRINCLIPES OF
                                                                               MANAGEMENT OF CBRNE
                                                                               CASULTIES: UNDERSTANDS THE
                                                                               COMPLEXITY AND AVAILABILITY
                                                                               OF MEDICAL INTELLIGENCE.
                                                                               REVIEW OF CURRENT THREATS,
                                                                               CLINICAL SYNDROMES AND
                                                                               MANAGEMENT FOR CHEMICAL,
                                                                               BIOWARFARE/BIOTERRORISM
                                                                               AGENTS, AND
                                                                               NUCLEAR/RADIOLOGIC AGENTS
                                                                               ESPCIALLY IN AS APPLICABLE TO
                                                                               THE ADULT POPULATION.

       RT.F-RSVP-46A-UNDERSTANDS                                               TRAINING SOURCE:
       AND APPLIES THE PRINCIPLES                                              HTTP:WWW.USAMRIID.ARMY.MY/
1049   OF CBRNE                     CBRNE 1a.                     26299        EDUCATION/INDE X.HTML

                                                                               DEMONSTRATES/PROFICIENCY
                                                                               WITH UTC EQUIPMENT IN
                                                                               ALLOWANCE STANDARDS:
                                                                               REVIEW, OPERATE AND
                                                                               DEMONSTRATE PROFIENCY
                                                                               WITH EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES
                                                                               USED IN DEPLOYMENT UTCS.
       RT.F-RSVP-46A-DEMONSTRATE
       KNOWLEDGE/PROFICIENCY WITH                                              TRAINING SOURCE:
1050   UTC EQUIP                  LOGISTICS 1a.                   26299        MURT OR EMEDS
                                  b194c516-2801-4705-a042-87e4198eeed3.xls
                                          COMPETENCE NAME


CODE VALUE                        DESCRIPTION              DATE_FROM DATE_TO BEHAVIOURAL_INDICATOR
                                                                             MAINTAINS CURRENCY IN
                                                                             CLINICAL PRACTICE AS
                                                                             OUTLINED IN THE 46N3 RSV:
                                                                             DELIVERS PROFESSIONAL
                                                                             NURSING CARE AS NEEDED IN
                                                                             THE CONTINGENCY
                                                                             ENVIROMENT.

                                                                              TRAINING SOURCE:
                                                                              EVERYDAY WORK EXPERIENCE
                                                                              VALIDATED BY SUPERVISOR;
       RT.F-RSVP-46A-MAINTAINS                                                APPROVED OFF-DUTY
       CURRENCY IN CLINICAL                                                   EMPLOYMENT; 1-2 WK CLINICAL
1051   PRACT