USAMRICD - Chemical Casualty Care Division
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Registration Information for In-House Courses

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Medical Management of Chemical and Biological Casualties (MCBC)

Uniformed Personnel:

  • Active Army:
    Fill out a Training Form (DA3838) and send it through the chain of command. Then forward it to the appropriate career branch: Commander, United States Army Human Resource Command (USAHRC), Attn: TAPC-OPH-(?) (the ? depicts the appropriate branch, i.e. MC, AN, MS, etc.) 200 Stovall Street, Alexandria, VA 22332-0417. Upon approval by the respective career branch, names are entered into the Army Training Requirements and Resources System (ATRRS) by your branch. Letters of invitation and funding are sent to those selected approximately 30 days prior to the course. Receipt of a welcome packet assures you a seat in the course.

  • Army Reserves:
    Request a seat in the course through your reserve unit. Names must be entered into the ATRRS to ensure a seat.

  • Army National Guard:
    Applicants should apply through their State Plans, Operations and Training Office, their unit or contact the National Guard in Arlington, VA. Names must be entered into the ATRRS.

  • Navy:
    Request a seat in the course by contacting Naval Operational Medicine Institute (NOMI), Attn: Operational Short Course Coordinator, Code N3, 220 Hovey Road, Pensacola, FL 32508-1047, Fax: 850-452-5484, DSN 922-5484, Telephone: 850-452-2851, DSN 922-2851.
    Upon approval, your name will then be entered into the ATRRS, based on available slots.

  • Coast Guard:
    Request a seat in the course by contacting the Operational Medicine (CG-1121) Division, Commandant (G-WKH-1), CG HQ, Attn: Office of Health, Directorate of Health and Safety, 1900 Half Street SW, Washington, DC 20024 (COM 202-475-5167).

  • Air Force:
  • Request a seat in the course by contacting Department of the Air Force, Air Education and Training Command, Randolph Air Force Base, TX 78150 Telephone: 210-652-9618, DSN 487-9618. You can also contact the Medical Education and Training Manager, MSgt Shawn Thompson at shawn.thompson@randolph.af.mil

Public Health Service (PHS):

Applicants should apply through the Commissioned Corps Readiness Force training program at http://oep.osophs.dhhs.gov/ccrf/training.htm

International Personnel:

All personnel who are not US citizens will need to apply thru the US Security Assistance Officer located at the US Embassy or contact the International Programs office at internationalprograms@otsg.amedd.army.mil. Upon your acceptance into the course, you will receive a Welcome Packet from the International Programs office.

Non Uniformed Personnel:

  • Department of Defense Civilian Employees:  Fill out a SF-182.  This form should be submitted through the chain of command for approval and sent to the respective Civilian Personnel Office (CPO).  CPO offices have the capability of entering names into the ATRRS.

  • All Other Civilian Employees:  Submit a written request to our office which includes your name, social security number, home address, phone number, email address, job description, job title, course dates requested, and point of contact.  Fax: 410-436-3086. If accepted, CCCD will notify you within 30 days of course start date and will send you an information packet via email.

Field Management of Chemical and Biological Casualties (FCBC)

Uniformed Personnel:

  • Army, Army Reserves, and Army National Guard:  Request a seat in the course through your unit. Names must be entered into the ATRRS to ensure a seat.

  • Navy:
    Request a seat in the course by contacting Naval Operational Medicine Institute (NOMI), Attn: Operational Short Course Coordinator, Code N3, 220 Hovey Road, Pensacola, FL 32508-1047, Fax: 850-452-5484, DSN 922-5484, Telephone: 850-452-2851, DSN 922-2851.
    Upon approval, your name will then be entered into the ATRRS, based on available slots.

  • Coast Guard:
    Request a seat in the course by contacting the Operational Medicine (CG-1121) Division, Commandant (G-WKH-1), CG HQ, Attn: Office of Health, Directorate of Health and Safety, 1900 Half Street SW, Washington, DC 20024 (COM 202-475-5167).

  • Air Force:
    Request a seat in the course by contacting Department of the Air Force, Air Education and Training Command, Randolph Air Force Base, TX 78150 Telephone: 210-652-9618, DSN 487-9618. You can also contact the Medical Education and Training Manager, MSgt Shawn Thompson at shawn.thompson@randolph.af.mil

International Personnel:

All personnel who are not US citizens will need to apply thru the US Security Assistance Officer located at the US Embassy or contact the International Programs office at internationalprograms@otsg.amedd.army.mil. Upon your acceptance into the course, you will receive a Welcome Packet from the International Programs office.

Non Uniformed Personnel:

  • Department of Defense Civilian Employees:  Fill out a SF-182.  This form should be submitted through the chain of command for approval and sent to the respective Civilian Personnel Office (CPO).  CPO offices have the capability of entering names into the ATRRS.

  • All Other Civilian Employees:  Submit a written request to our office which includes your name, social security number, home address, phone number, email address, job description, job title, course dates requested, and point of contact.  Fax: 410-436-3086. If accepted, CCCD will notify you within 30 days of course start date and will send you an information packet via email.

Hospital Management of Chemical, Biological, Radiological/Nuclear, and Explosive Incidents (HM-CBRNE)

Uniformed Personnel:

  • All Personnel:  Submit a written request to our office which includes your name, social security number, home address, phone number, email address, job description, job title, course dates requested, and point of contact.  Fax: 410-436-3086. If accepted, CCCD will notify you within 30 days of course start date and will send you an information packet via email.

Non Uniformed Personnel:

  • All Personnel:  Submit a written request to our office which includes your name, social security number, home address, phone number, email address, job description, job title, course dates requested, and point of contact.  Fax: 410-436-3086. If accepted, CCCD will notify you within 30 days of course start date and will send you an information packet via email.

International Personnel:

All personnel who are not US citizens will need to apply thru the US Security Assistance Officer located at the US Embassy or contact the International Programs office at internationalprograms@otsg.amedd.army.mil. Upon your acceptance into the course, you will receive a Welcome Packet from the International Programs office.