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SUBJECT: 964 AWACS MEDICAL AFTER ACTION REPORT MEDICAL AFTER-ACTION REPQRT FROM: 964 AWACS SME SUBJECT: Desert Shield/Desert Storm TO: HQ TACOPS/SGX 1. References: a. TACR 400-10, Medical After Action Report b. Aug 90 ATC Concept of Operations c. TA 889, ATC Table of Allowances d. AFR 160-43, Medical Examination and Medical Standards e. AFR 161-33, Aerospace Medicine Program 2. Concept: Field Flight Hedical Support of over 800, 552nd AWACW deployed personnel including over 400 flyers. Courtesy, continuous support of approximately 100, 55 3RW (without dedicated deployed Flight Surgeon) and intermittent care of approximately 200, 7 ACCS, 300, 1700 SW, numerous Aerovac and occasional Army aviators. 3. Significant Activities: a. 701 E-3 sorties totaling almost 9000 flying hours and over a quarter of a million flying man hours. b. Relocation of billets from Elf-one established civilian hotel to military housing area, Eskan Village. c. Epidemic of Shigella sonnei Gastroenteritis encompassing 85 cases and 49 DNIFs within our 552 AWAC Wing population. d. Desert Storm mission tasking requiring completion of medication for selected recovering flyers after return to flylng duties. 4. Attainment of Objectives: Maior Annes and Hajor Canfield had deployed 8 Aug 90 with three ATCs and established initial 552 AWACs Flight Medicine - Clinic. I replaced Major Annes. Shortly after arriving we ran clinics in dual locations to support transitionlng to Eskan Village. The 56 TAC ATH was our primary local referral and resupply center once they became established. Alerted 0900, 30 Aug 90 Deployed 0900, 15 Sep 9O Operationally Active 2300, 16 Sep 90 Redeployed 1600, 22 Mar 9l Arrived Home Stat10n 1300, 23 Mar 91 5. Manpower: Two 9356 Flight Surgeons and two 901x0 Aeromedical Technicians were continously deployed.
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