Accession Number:

ADP006962

Title:

Army Medical Service Corps Reserve Personnel Demobilized after Operation Desert Shield/Storm

Descriptive Note:

Corporate Author:

ARMY HEALTH CARE STUDIES AND CLINICAL INVESTIGATION ACTIVITY FORT SAM HOUSTON TX

Personal Author(s):

Report Date:

1992-04-17

Pagination or Media Count:

4.0

Abstract:

Army Reserve medical personnel were surveyed as they demobilized after Operation Desert ShieldStorm. Responses of Medical Service Corps personnel were compared between Administrators and Health Service Providers. Predictive models were developed. United States armed forces are structured according to a Total Force Policy. In the Army, roughly 75. of the medical assets are in the Reserve Components while the remainder are Active Components personnel. During Operation Desert ShieldDesert Storm many reserve medical unit personnel were mobilized. Headquarters, U.S. Amy Health Services Command HQ HSC requested assistance in the development and scoring of a questionnaire to assess attitudes of the 10,000 Army Reserve medical personnel from 53 units who were mobilized to stations in continental United States during Operation Desert ShieldStorm. The completed report details the findings Mangelsdorff, Twist and Moses, 1991. This report will examine the results of surveys administered to Amy Reserve Medical Service Corps personnel during demobilization after Desert Storm.

Subject Categories:

  • Medicine and Medical Research
  • Military Forces and Organizations
  • Military Operations, Strategy and Tactics

Distribution Statement:

APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE