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TF 115 th Newcomer Arrival Brief. Road to War. Purpose. To provide all TF 115 th New Comers with vital information in order to facilitate a smooth transition into the unit and Fort Polk prior to deployment. Agenda. Before you Arrive What You Need To Bring The Trip To Fort Polk

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purpose
Purpose
  • To provide all TF 115th New Comers with vital information in order to facilitate a smooth transition into the unit and Fort Polk prior to deployment.
agenda
Agenda
  • Before you Arrive
  • What You Need To Bring
  • The Trip To Fort Polk
  • What Happens Once On Ground
  • Training Calendar Highlights
  • Points of Contact
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Mission Statement

Task Force 115th conducts split-based, primary thru Level III/IV healthcareoperations at Theater Internment Facilities ISO TF134 MP and TF62Med; serves as TF134 Surgeon ensuring theater detainee healthcare operations and policy is consistent with Geneva Convention, Rule of Law, and ST 4-02.46; sets conditions for transition of detainee healthcare to the Iraqi Government or follow on Coalition Forces.

in other words
In Other Words
  • Two Hospitals (Bucca & Cropper)
  • Supporting Detainee Operations
  • Report to or falling under 62nd Med Bde
  • Each hospital also provide area medical support to coalition forces

Note:

  • Do the job you were trained to do
  • Watch your battle buddies back
  • Take care of yourself (Think total soldier)
  • Don’t forget to love your family and friends
  • Come home safe
pre arrival training
Pre-Arrival Training
  • Personnel deploying to the CENTCOM AOR are required to complete Theater Specific Individual Readiness Training-TSIRT.
  • Instructions for TSIRT Certification are located in the PPG Guidance at http:www.armyg1.army.mil Chapter 5-7, e.
  • All healthcare personnel are required to complete the Medical Ethics and Detainee Healthcare Training module online; go to https:www.cs.amedd.army.mil or https://mhslearn.satx.disa.mil and then click on Deployment Related Training.
basic requirements
Basic Requirements

Personnel must bring:

  • 90 DOS of all current medications
  • Minimum of 30 DOS of personal hygiene items,
  • Two pairs of eye glasses and mask inserts WITH PRESCRIPTION.
  • Personnel are authorized two duffle bags, one rucksack and one carry-on bag.
  • No footlockers or civilian luggage authorized. IAW the PPG, reimbursement for travel will not exceed the government’s cost of an airline ticket if less than POV travel cost. A footlocker will be issued to you upon your arrival to Fort Polk and sent via MILVAN late in April.
  • Rental cars are not authorized to drive around Fort Polk (except at your own expense).
equipment
Equipment
  • Personnel should bring packing list items as provided by unit POCs.
  • Fort Polk will issue each Soldier full OCIE, RFI Issue, and 4 sets of ACUs.
  • Soldiers should bring ACU rank and patches as appropriate. The 115th CSH will issue one unit patch.
  • Soldiers must bring their Army black beret. Soldiers must report with one full set of ACUs for initial wear during Unit In-processing.
  • To facilitate CIF issue, request Soldiers send their ACU uniform sizes and boot sizes, Pro-mask and body armor size (S, M, LG, XLG) FAX: 337-653-3567, DSN 863;
  • The 115th CSH will issue weapons.
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Basic Requirements

All Soldiers should bring the following home unit training records:

  • Copy of Family Care Plan if applicable
  • Individual Readiness Training records
  • Current APFT card
  • M16 or M9 Weapons Qualification Card
  • Any applicable licenses such as driver’s license, professional licenses, etc.
  • If applicable, Soldiers must bring a copy of their OER and/or NCOER. Change of Rater OERs and NCOERs should have a thru date of 18 April 2008.
  • All Soldiers must hand carry a copy of their most recent ORB-ERB.
  • The 115th CSH will conduct an SRP, but accomplishing key pre-SRP items to include routine personal items such as last will, family care plan, finances, powers of attorney, etc, medical, dental, training and family readiness requirements prior will simplify the SRP process.
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Basic Requirements
  • Personnel must meet SRP dental CAT 1 & 2 criteria.
  • If Soldiers have a limited duty profile, please ensure the Soldier brings a copy of DA 3349 for submission. Permanent P3-P4 profiles or pregnant personnel are non-deployable.
  • Personnel should bring a copy of their birth certificate and security clearance from TDA MTF Security Manager. If a Soldier has no active security clearance or one that will expire before September 2009, see TDA MTF Security Manager immediately to initiate process to secure or renew a clearance.
  • Anthrax and Small Pox immunizations are required for this deployment in CENTCOM AOR. Check with TDA MTF SRP site for current rules for initiating the Anthrax and Small Pox immunization process.
needed provider data
Needed Provider Data
  • Incoming credentialed providers must contact their credentials office to coordinate preparation of an Inter-Facility Transfer Credential Brief-ITCB.
  • Credentialed providers must have their MTF credentials office email a copy of their ITCB to Credentials Officer at 337-531-3517, DSN 863; Credentials Office at Bayne-Jones Army Community Hospital-BJACH, Fort Polk, La 71459.
  • Credentialed providers are required to hand carry a copy of their ITCB during In-processing and maintain a copy of their ITCB while deployed.
  • Personnel should bring hardcopies of all licenses and certifications such as MD, RN, LPN, CPR, EMT, ACLS, TNCC, JECC, ATLS, BTLS, PALS, etc.
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FRG
  • After 1 April 2008, there will be a Family Readiness Group link on the 115th CSH Website. The following information: Name of Next of Kin, telephone, address, and email address should be FAXED to 337-653-3567.
travel plan
Travel Plan
  • After 3 April, FAX all travel itineraries to 115th CSH ATTN: Senior Clinical NCO FAX: 337-653-3567, DSN 863;
  • Report to 115th CSH, Fort Polk LA, 79916, NLT 1800hours on 19 April 2008.
  • POVs are not authorized.
  • All incoming personnel will be met by unit representative upon arrival
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Transportation To Ft. Polk

From Airport

Entrance Road

arrival day
Arrival Day

Report to 115th CSH

Complete In-Processing

Go To Assigned Billets

Get Settled

Relax

Note: Transportation will be provided to PX, Commissary, Clothing & Sales, and local Super Wal-Mart shopping area.

getting off the plane on ground at ft polk
Getting Off The Plane /On Ground At Ft Polk

Have on in hand (Not in a duffle)

  • TCS orders
  • Current APFT Card
  • TSIRT
  • Detainee Health Care Certificate
  • ID Card &Tags
  • Copy of OER/NCOER
  • Copy of credentials, licenses, certifications, CPR, ACLS, TNCC, ATLS, etc…
day 1
Day 1

All

  • 0700-0715 Bus pick up
  • 0715-0730 Transport to DFAC
  • 0730-0830 DFAC
  • 0830-0845 Transport to barracks
  • 0845-1145 Relax
  • 1145-1200 Transport to DFAC
  • 1200-1300 DFAC
  • 1300-1315 Transport to barracks
  • 1330-1345 Bus pick up
  • 1345-1400 Transport to theater
  • 1400-1515 Mission Brief
  • 1515-1530 Bus pick up
  • 1530-1600 Transport to banquet site
  • 1600-1800 TF 115th Banquet
  • 1800-1815 Bus pick up
  • 1815-UTC Transport to barracks
day 2
Day 2

Camp C

0600-0615 Bus pick up

0615-0630 Transport to DFAC

0630-0730 DFAC

0730-0715 Bus pick up

0715-0745 Transport to CIF / RFI Issue

0800-1130 Weigh in / RFI Issue

1130-1300 Transport / Chow / Transport

1300-1500 ACU Issue

1500-1510 Bus pick up

1510-1530 Transport to barracks

1530-1555 Dress for PT

1600-1700 PT

1700-1715 Bus pick up

1715-1730 Transport to chow

1730-1830 DFAC

1830-1845 Transport to barracks

1845-UTC Personal hygiene

day 228
Day 2

Camp B

0600-0615 Bus pick up

0615-0630 Transport to DFAC

0630-0730 DFAC

0730-0715 Bus pick up

0715-0745 Transport to CIF / ACU Issue

0800-1130 Weigh in / ACU Issue

1130-1300 Transport / Chow / Transport

1300-1500 RFI Issue

1500-1510 Bus pick up

1510-1530 Transport to barracks

1530-1555 Dress for PT

1600-1700 PT

1700-1715 Bus pick up

1715-1730 Transport to chow

1730-1830 DFAC

1830-1845 Transport to barracks

1845-UTC Personal hygiene

training calendar
Training Calendar

Camp C

Camp B

training calendar30
Training Calendar

Camp C

Camp B

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Training Calendar

Camp C

Camp B

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Points of Contact:337-531-4589 TF Commander337-531-7553 CSM719-526-7547 TF DCCS337-531-2308 TF DCN337-531-7563 TF DCA337-531-7910 S1 337-531-6057 S2 337-531-4048 S3 337-531-7774 S4 337-531-4048 Assistant CN 337-531-2818 Chief Wardmaster 337-531-2818 Pharmacy NCOIC337-531-4664 Lab NCOIC 337-531-4523 Radiology NCOIC337-718-1059 PAD NCOIC337-531-0791 HHD/A Co Cdr 337-531-7175 B Co Cdr

summary
Summary
  • Before you Arrive
  • What You Need To Bring
  • The Trip To Fort Polk
  • What Happens Once On Ground
  • Training Calendar Highlights
  • Points of Contact