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FM 4-02.51
(FM 8-51)
 
COMBAT AND OPERATIONALSTRESS CONTROL
JULY 2006
 
DISTRIBUTION RESTRICTION
: Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited.
Headquarters, Department of the Army
 
 
*FM 4-02.51 (FM 8-51)
Field Manual Headquarters No. 4-02.51 (8-51) Department of the ArmyWashington, DC, 6 July 2006
i
COMBAT AND OPERATIONAL STRESS CONTROL
Contents
Page
PREFACE............................................................................................................vi
 
INTRODUCTION...............................................................................................viii
 
Chapter 1 COMBAT AND OPERATIONAL STRESS CONTROL....................................1-1
 
Section I
Intervention and Control for the Combat and OperationalStress Threat....................................................................................................1-1
Stress Control....................................................................................................1-1Combat and Operational Stress Threat.............................................................1-1Mental and Physical Stressors..........................................................................1-3Stress Behaviors in Combat and Other Operations..........................................1-4
Section II
Principles and Functional Areas for Combat andOperational Stress Control.............................................................................1-7
Combat and Operational Stress Control Interventions......................................1-7Communications................................................................................................1-7Combat and Operational Stress Control Management Principles.....................1-7Nonpatient Status..............................................................................................1-9Combat and Operational Stress Control Functional Areas...............................1-9
Chapter 2 BEHAVIORAL HEALTH AND COMBAT AND OPERATIONALSTRESS CONTROL ELEMENTS IN THE THEATER .....................................2-1Section I
Mental Health Sections................................................................2-1
Assignments......................................................................................................2-1Functions and Responsibilities of All Mental Health Sections...........................2-2Medical Detachment, Combat Stress Control...................................................2-3Organization......................................................................................................2-4Medical Company, Combat Stress Control.......................................................2-6
Distribution Restriction:
Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited.
*This publication supersedes FM 8-51, 29 September 1994.
 
Contentsii FM 4-02.51 6 July 2006
Section II
Operational Stress Assessment Team in a Theater ...............2-8
Mission of Operational Stress Assessment Teams..........................................2-8
Chapter 3 COMBAT AND OPERATIONAL STRESS CONTROL SUPPORTOPERATIONS 3-1Section I
Combat and Operational Stress Control ProfessionalDisciplines and Professional Consultants...................................................3-1
Professional Disciplines....................................................................................3-1Enlisted Medical Occupational Specialties.......................................................3-2Consultants.......................................................................................................3-2
Section II
Deployment and Employment of Mental Health Sections.......3-3
Mental Health Sections.....................................................................................3-3
Section III
Support Operations Conducted by the Medical Unit,Combat Stress Control...................................................................................3-4
Predeployment Activities for All Medical Units, Combat Stress Control...........3-4Combat Stress Control Detachment in Contingency Operations.....................3-6Stability and Reconstruction Operations...........................................................3-6Medical Units, Combat Stress Control Interface and CoordinationRequirements ...................................................................................................3-6Reconditioning Centers.....................................................................................3-8
Chapter 4 UNIT NEEDS ASSESSMENT..........................................................................4-1Section I
Principles and Tenets of Unit Needs Assessment...................4-1
General Principles.............................................................................................4-1
Section II
Focus and Methods Of Determining Unit NeedsAssessment.....................................................................................................4-2
Areas of Focus for a Unit Needs Assessment..................................................4-2Unit Needs Assessment Process......................................................................4-3
Chapter 5 CONSULTATION AND EDUCATION..............................................................5-1
 
Section I
Principles and Tenets of Consultation and Education.............5-1
General Principles.............................................................................................5-1Soldier-Peer Mentors........................................................................................5-1Tenets for Consultation and Education.............................................................5-2
Section II
Consultation, Education, and Planning....................................5-2
Consultation Process........................................................................................5-2Mission Analysis................................................................................................5-3
Section III
Transition Management and Support in theDeployment Cycle...........................................................................................5-4
Supporting Transition and Phases of a Deployment........................................5-4
Chapter 6 TRAUMATIC EVENT MANAGEMENT............................................................6-1
 
Overview of Traumatic Event Management......................................................6-1Leader-Led After-Action Debriefing..................................................................6-4Cool Down Meetings.........................................................................................6-5

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