SOLUTIONS TO EXERCISES, LESSON 5
b. Medical brigade commander. (paras 5-4c, 5-8a)
NOTE: The medical brigade commander is also the COSCOM surgeon (para
5-2d). However, in this capacity he is a staff officer, rather than a
operator. As the medical brigade commander, he is an operator,
issuing orders as necessary to accomplish the mission.
a. Corps surgeon. (paras 5-5, 5-6).
b. Medical supply. (paras 5-4d, 5--23).
d. Medical maintenance. (paras 5-4e, 5-23).
e. Optical service. (paras 5-4f, 5-23).
Through the policies and directives of the corps commander. (para 5-7b).
Medical brigade. (para 5-8)
groups. (paras 5-8a, 5-11, Figure 5-1)
battalions. (paras 5-8a, 5-12, Figure 5-1).
MASH. (para 5-13c).
combat support hospital. (para 5-15).
evacuation hospital. (para 5-16).
a. Evacuation of patients from division treatment stations level hospitals.
(paras 5-4a, 5-15, 5-16, 5-20c).
(2) (paras 5-4a, 5-21).
(1) (paras 5-4f, 5-25b).
(5) (paras 5-4a, 5-8d, 5-24. See NOTE below).
(4) (para 5-36b).
(3) (paras 5-4i, 5-9h, 5-32)
(1) (paras 5-4e, 5-25).
NOTE: Evacuation from the combat zone to the COMMZ is a joint function of
the MEDCQM and the USAF Military Airlift Command (MAC). (See Lesson 7)
Ground ambulances may be used for this task, but it would not be considered
The medical brigade commander. (para 5-8)
A medical collecting company or platoon. (para 5-23).
End of Lesson 5