Plan of the Month


June 1998

THE PLAN OF THE MONTH CONTAINS BOTH OFFICIAL AND UNOFFICIAL MATTERS. ALL HANDS ARE RESPONSIBLE OF THE CONTENTS.
MISSION STATEMENT

TO OPERATE AND SUSTAIN A COMBAT ZONE HOSPITAL DURING CONTINGENCY OR WARTIME OPERATIONS AND TO PROVIDE HIGHTER QAULITY COMPREHENISVE MEDICAL AND SURGICAL CARE FOR ALL ARMED FORCES PERSONNEL IN A DEPLOYED ENVIRONMENT.
VISION

WE WILL BE 100% MISSION-READY MEDICAL DEPARTMENT COMMAND, WORKING COHESIVELY TO PROVIDE THE HIGHEST QUALITY, COMPREHENSIVE MEDICAL CARE ANYWHERE WE ARE DEPLOYED.

Commanding Officer: Captain L.L. Hamilton (425)881-3409
Executive Officer: Captain M.S. Baker (510)299-1370
Command Master Chief: HMCM C.E. Kulp (801)263-8778
Command Career Counselor: HM1 R. Daggett (888)502-5696


HOTLINE PHONE NUMBERS

NAVRESREDCOMREG 22 (425) 304-3870
DEPARTMENT OF THE NAVY (800) 522-3451
FH500 CBTZNINEHQ (425) 304-4761
FRAUD WASTE/ABUSE (425) 304-3323
DEFENSE (800) 424-9098
OMBUDSMAN (253) 941-4133
SEXUAL HARASSMENT DAPA/ DP1 LETIZI (425) 304-3890
ADVICE/COUNSELING LINE (800) 253-0931
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UNIFORM OF THE DAY

Officers/CPO..Prescribed.....Winter Working Blues/Khaki
E-6 and below.Prescribed.....Winter Working Blues
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SATURDAY 06 JUN 1998

0700. Khaki Call
0730. Muster
0800. Directors Meeting/Sailor of the Year Board
0900. Awards Board
1030. Command PT
1130. Lunch
1230. GMT
1400. PBFT
1630. Quarters for muster/secure from afternoon drill
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SUNDAY 07 JUN 1998

0630. Quarters for muster
0645. Admin. Meeting
1000. Command PT
1100. Lunch
1400. Directors Meeting
1530. Quarters for muster/secure from afternoon drill
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HEADQUARTERS FY-98 DRILL DATES (*-SUBJECT TO CHANGE)

6-7 June 98, 11-12 July 98, 1-2 Aug 98, 2-3 Sep 98


Operation Baltic Challenge

Naval Hospital Bethesda has asked for support during this exercise. Please see message from BUMED 271527Z Jan 98, enclosure (1).

E-Mail Addresses

All Fleet Hospital personnel need to subit their e-mail addresses to LCDR Trosset at trosset@cnrf.nola.navy.mil this should improve our ability to communicate at all levels. WEBSITE coming soon.

ANNUAL TRAINING UPDATE

Fleet Hospital personnel must attend FHOTC or CAX before requesting AT at an MTF. High priority tasking for Fleet Hospital 9 include:
(1).CAX at 29 Palms, 25 June - 6 July, OIC is CAPT (sel) Ann Laborde (408) 296-1925
(2).FHOTC training at Camp Pendleton 11-21 May 98: *note date change from 12 May. New unit members should plan on attending this as first AT. Contact Chief Beers at (425) 304-3875. Applications may be faxed to attention HMC Beers (425) 304-3228 by 28 Feb 98. No IDTT is available in conjunction with this evolution. Please specify NEC, NOBC or specialty on application. OIC is CAPT (sel) Beatrice Harrold (510) 537-3034.
If you apply for AT at an MTF other than Bremerton, you must get a billet release number from the Bremerton RLO, LCDR Brauchler at (360) 475-4375.

SAILOR OF THE YEAR

Please send completed packages this month to HMCM Charles Kulp, 5529 Revere Dr., Holladay, UT 84117 evening: (801) 263-8778 day: (801) 468-3799. Packages must be received by close of business 20 Feb. Follow OPNAV 1700 instruction, photo not required.

EMPLOYER AWARDS IN SUPPORT OF RESERVES

The Employer Support Freedom Award and the Pro Patriot Award are given annually in each state for employers who meet the criteria for superior support for Reservists. In addition, a state award and a *My Boss is a Patriot* Certificate of Appreciation are awarded by the Department of Defense. Nominations may be sent by letter directly to 1555 Wilson Boulevard, Suite 200, Arlington, VA 22209-2405. See *The Officer* published by the Reserve Officers Association *February 1998, page 86-88 for more information.


AT/IDTT POINTS

In order to receive points and credit for AT and IDTT, a copy of the original Endorsed orders must be turned into each detachment's reserve center within 12 months after completion of duty. Many FH9 personnel neglected to turn in orders after their FY97 AT, and consequently, their latest Annual Retirement Point record does not reflect the evolution.

SCHOOL QUOTAS AT PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT CENTER

Classes available. Quota information available at HTTP://www.concentric.net/~nrpdc/>

OFFICER LEADERSHIP COURSE

All NR Officers will be required to complete the two day course by 1 January 2001. The goal is to teach the course on site, however, fiscal year 98 does have courses available. POC is LT Meek at REDCOM (425) 304-3880 for available dates. See enclosure (2) for dates

UFL/KOREA

Limited AT opportunities exist at the end of August, (more to follow)

COMMAND/NON-COMMAND NATIONAL SELECTION BOARD

Several Fleet Hospital OIC positions will be advertised this year, in addition, positions in other units throughout the nation will be advertised as well. All 05/06 billets are not guaranteed, you should consider applying through the National Board. FH9 CO still retains the right to pick directors. Message dut out 23 March 1998, available on WEB with applications due 29 May 98. Board convenes 15 June 98, selections to be announced 10 July 98.

BERTHING REQUIREMENT

Personnel who have requested berthing for the drill weekend are required to inform REDCOM 22, of any changes or cancellations no later than 1000 on Wednesday prior to the drill weekend. BEQ/BOQ must also be notified if a member plans to arrive after 2100. POC is SK1 Guinn, REDCOM Logistic Office, (425) 304-3820. POC for FH9 is SKC Peterman (360) 476-2149 x210 wk or (360) 373-7410



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