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SUBJECT: MEDICAL AFTER-ACTION REPORT FOR DESERT SHIELD/STORM - 1702nd CONTINGENCY HOSPITAL REPLY TO SG 10 May 91 SUBJECT: Medical After Action Report for Operation Desert Shield/Desert Storm (RCS: - HAF-SGH (AR) 7901) - 1702nd Contingency Hospital HQ TACOPS/SGX HQ TAC/SGX IN TURN 1. REFERENCES: a. AFR 28-4, USAF Mobility Planning b. AFR 160-25, Medical Readiness Planning and Training c. AFM 67-1, USAF Supply Manual d. MACR 28-1, Unit Type Code Management e. Scott AFB Mobility Plan f. USAF Medical Center Scott Contingency Support Plan (CSP-160-87) g. HQ TAC Contingency Hospital (CH) Acitvation Plan h. HQ TAC/SGX, SWA Medical Concept of Operations i. TAC SG's Concept of Operations for the 250-Bed Contingency Hospital (CH) in Southwest Asia (SWA) 2. CONCEPT: The 1702nd Contingency Hospital (CH), 1702nd Air Refueling Wing (Provisional), Seeb, Oman, was a third echelon medical treatment facility (MTF) ultimately tasked to provide primary and tertiary medical care to United States (U.S.) and allied service members, intra theater specialty referral service to U.S. military personnel, consultation and personnel packages as needed for aeromedical evacuation, and preventative and routine health care for base personnel. This MTF, planned at 250 beds and 6 operating rooms (ORs), and capable of sustained operations without resupply for 30 days, was operational for the period of 11 January - 4 March 1991. 3. SIGNIFICANT ACTIVITIES: Review and augmentation of Table of Allowance materiel requirements; deployment of the "total force" (60% active duty; 40% reserve); combined forces of the 1702nd CH and the Army's 365th Evacuation Hospital; dispatch of Advanced Trauma Life Support Teams, complete with equipment and trained in C-130 aeromedical evacuation, to Mobile Aeromedical Staging Flights and forward bases; aeromedical evacuation equipment augmentation with ten Pro-Paq* EKG monitors; and, professional interacation with Omani local hospitals (over 40 "first assist" surgery cases, physical therapy consults, and over 700 units of blood donated).
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