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3.2. Special Psychiatric Rapid Intervention Team (MMART-SPRINT)
TheMMART-SPRINT provides short-term mental health and emotional support immediatelyafter a disaster with the goal of preventing long-term medical psychiatric dysfunction ordisability. The team may provide educational and consultative services to localsupporting agencies for long-term problem resolution.
3.3. Preventive Medicine/Vector Control Team (MMART-PREVMED)
TheMMART-PREVMED provides preventive medicine and vector control capability andmay be task organized and deployed to assess, prevent, and control potential or actualhealth threats in support of deployed operating forces, humanitarian assistance, and/ordisaster relief operations. The team is task organized for each specific mission.
3.4. Chemical/Biological Assessment Team (MMART-CBAT)
The MMART-CBAT provides assessment capability and may be task organized and deployed insupport of an operational or contingency requirement that has been affected by chemicalor biological warfare (CW/BW) agent exposure. The MMART-CBAT may also bedeployed to support humanitarian assistance or disaster response operations involvingCW/BW agent involvement.
3.5. Chemical/Biological Assessment Team (MMART-CBAT))
The MMART-HSTcares for non-combatant casualties or patients in response to migrant/refugee processingand support, natural disaster relief, non-combatant evacuation, and exposure to chemicalor biological hazards. The MMART-HST is also available for enhancement of MTFcapabilities.
4.0. U.S. M
4.1. 4TH FSSG Graves Registration Company.
The reserve unit is the GravesRegistration Platoon, H&S Company, H&S Battalion, 4th FSSG. The graves registrationplatoon’s T/O consists of 1 Marine officer, 42 Marines, and 3 enlisted Navy embalmers.The platoon conducts tactical search and recovery operations in hostile, benign, and/orcontaminated environments; recovers personal effects and records personalinformation; conducts temporary interment/disinterment; and conducts temporaryburials, if necessary, of human remains. The platoon must also be prepared toestablish and operate casualty collection points, supervise theater evacuation pointoperations, and coordinate the transfer of remains and personal effects of deceasedservice members.
4.2. Chemical Biological Incident Response Force Mission (CBIRF)
The CBIRF is in theCapitol Region and remains in the Capitol Region. The unit does not deploy. The CBIRF isprepared to respond to no-notice WMD
in the Capitol Region.
Organizational Structure: The CBIRF is composed of 350 to 375 USMC and USNpersonnel and consists of three elements. In garrison, the CBIRF is under the OPCONand administrative control (ADCON) of the 4
Marine Expeditionary Brigade
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