(2) Alert forces. Members of units and individuals who have been
designated to be in a state of readiness for immediate deployment outside of Area 1 will
receive the immunizations required for Area II within 30 days of notification or sooner.
Reserve Component personnel.
(a) Members of the Reserve Components, including ROTC students,
who are ordered to active duty or active duty for training for 30 days or less will receive,
prior to departing their homes or educational institutions for duty, smallpox, tetanus-
diphtheria, and poliovirus immunizations.
(b) Individuals in (a), above, whose duties will require travel outside
area will receive the immunizations prescribed for active duty personnel.
(c) Members of Reserve Components who have been designated,
either individually or as members of a unit, to be in a state of readiness within 30 days
or less of notification will receive, in addition to (a), above, influenza, yellow fever,
typhoid, and the basic series for plague and cholera.
(d) Members of Reserve Components, other than ROTC students,
ordered to active duty or active duty for training for more than 30 days, will receive the
immunizations prescribed for active duty personnel.
b. Military Dependents
(1) For dependents who remain in Area I, the following immunizations are
recommended on a voluntary basis:
(2) Dependents traveling outside of Area 1 under Armed Forces'
sponsorship will receive typhoid, tetanus-diphtheria, and oral poliovirus immunizations
and/or reimmunizations. Influenza immunization is recommended on a voluntary basis.
c. Federal Civilian Employees and Their Dependents. Federal civilian
employees and their dependents who travel outside Area 1 under Armed Forces'
sponsorship will receive the immunizations prescribed in b(2), above, without charge to