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VERIFICATION OF MILITARY EXPERIENCE AND TRAINING

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VERIFICATION OF MILITARY EXPERIENCE AND TRAINING

1. LAST NAME - FIRST NAME - MIDDLE NAME

2. PAY GRADE

3. YEAR(S) IN
SERVICE

GARY ALICIA MARIE

E-4

4. MILITARY SERVICE COMPONENT

5. DATE OF
INFORMATION

ARMY, RESERVE

2015 JUL 01

6. EXPERIENCE AND TRAINING HISTORY (In reverse chronological order) AND RELATED INFORMATION
EXPERIENCE HISTORY:
OCCUPATION: 91W, Health Care Specialist
PRIMARY OCCUPATION:
ARMY, RESERVE:
OCT 2001 - OCT 2004 (3 Years)

OCCUPATION DESCRIPTION FROM AMERICAN COUNCIL ON EDUCATION FOR: 91W


(MOS-91W-004, Exhibit dates OCT 2001 - SEP 2006)
Supervises field and clinical medical facilities; assists with technical and administrative management of medical
treatment facilities under supervision of physician, nurse, or physician's assistant; administers emergency and routine
outpatient medical treatment to battle and nonbattle casualties; assists with outpatient care and treatment.
SKILL LEVEL 10: Administers emergency treatment in the field; assists with outpatient and inpatient care; maintains
health records and clinical files; assists with nursing care of patients including medical examinations; takes and records
temperature, pulse, respiration, and blood pressure; applies and removes surgical, wound, or skin dressings; collects
and prepares specimens for analysis; assists in clinic and dispensary; performs routine admission tests; administers
immunizations; assists with treatment of patients with common diseases; provides emergency medical care; surveys
and sorts casualties; determines requirements for and administers emergency treatment; assists with triage of mass
casualties; performs duties related to emergency care.
CREDIT RECOMMENDATION FROM AMERICAN COUNCIL ON EDUCATION FOR: 91W
(MOS-91W-004, Exhibit dates OCT 2001 - SEP 2006)
Credit may be granted on the basis of an individualized assessment of the student (9/04)(9/04).
RELATED CIVILIAN OCCUPATION FOR: 91W
Emergency Medical Technicians and Paramedics (ONET 29-2041.00)
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OCCUPATION: 91B, Medical Specialist

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PRIMARY OCCUPATION:
ARMY, RESERVE:
NOV 1999 - OCT 2001 (1 Year 11 Months)
ARMY, ACTIVE:
SEP 1999 - OCT 1999 (1 Month)
ARMY, ACTIVE:
JUL 1998 - SEP 1999 (1 Year 2 Months)
ARMY, ACTIVE:
SEP 1997 - JUL 1998 (10 Months)

DUTY OCCUPATION:
ARMY, ACTIVE:
SEP 1999 - OCT 1999 (1 Month)
ARMY, ACTIVE:
JUL 1998 - SEP 1999 (1 Year 2 Months)
ARMY, ACTIVE:
SEP 1997 - JUL 1998 (10 Months)

OCCUPATION DESCRIPTION FROM AMERICAN COUNCIL ON EDUCATION FOR: 91B


(MOS-91B-006, Exhibit dates AUG 1994 - OCT 2001)
Supervises field and clinical medical facilities; assists with technical and administrative management of medical
treatment facilities under supervision of physician, nurse, or physician's assistant; administers emergency and routine
outpatient medical treatment to battle and nonbattle casualties; assists with outpatient care and treatment.
SKILL LEVEL 10: Administers emergency treatment in the field; assists with outpatient and inpatient care; maintains
health records and clinical files; assists with nursing care of patients including medical examinations; takes and records
temperature, pulse, respiration, and blood pressure; applies and removes surgical, wound, or skin dressings; collects
and prepares specimens for analysis; assists in clinic and dispensary; performs routine admission tests; administers
immunizations; assists with treatment of patients with common diseases; provides emergency medical care; surveys
and sorts casualties; determines requirements for and administers emergency treatment; assists with triage of mass
casualties; performs duties related to emergency care.
CREDIT RECOMMENDATION FROM AMERICAN COUNCIL ON EDUCATION FOR: 91B
(MOS-91B-006, Exhibit dates AUG 1994 - OCT 2001)
Credit may be granted on the basis of an individualized assessment of the student (11/96)(11/96).
RELATED CIVILIAN OCCUPATIONS FOR: 91B

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Certified Medication Technician (DOT 355.374-014)


Electroencephalographic Technologist (DOT 078.362-022)
Electroneurodiagnostic Technologists (OES 32923)
Emergency Medical Technician (DOT 079.374-010)
Emergency Medical Technicians (OES 32508)
Emergency Medical Technicians and Paramedics (ONET 29-2041.00)
First-Aid Attendant (DOT 354.667-010)
Medical Assistant (DOT 079.362-010)
Medical Assistants (OES 66005)
Nurse Assistant (DOT 355.674-014)
Paramedic (DOT 079.364-026)
Pharmacy Aides (OES 66026)
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ADDITIONAL QUALIFICATION(S):

ARMY:

ADDITIONAL SKILL IDENTIFIER:


Y2 - Transition
OCT 2001 - OCT 2004
** Note: Experience history data not available prior to FY 75 **

TRAINING HISTORY: COURSES


SUCCESSFULLY COMPLETED
** Note: Description, Length, or Credit Recommendation will not be displayed for a course if that information is not available.

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MILITARY TRAINING:NOV 1997 - FEB 1998
ARMY COURSE: 300-91B10, Medical Specialist

LENGTH: 10 weeks (362-451 hours)

COURSE DESCRIPTION FROM AMERICAN COUNCIL ON EDUCATION:


(AR-0709-0032, Exhibit dates MAY 1996 - DEC 2001)
Upon completion of the course, the student will be able to measure and record vital signs, practice medical-surgical
asepsis and infection control, perform CPR and first aid, administer oxygen therapy, perform patient assessment, control
bleeding, care for patients with shock, immobilize orthopedic injuries, administer immunizations and injections, initiate
and maintain intravenous therapy, and manage patients with artificial airways. Students complete National Registry

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Exam for Emergency Medical Technician Basic certification during the course.
Course covers bleeding and shock, splinting, medical emergencies, invasive skills, injection, intravenous infusion and
blood drawing, nursing skills, anatomy and physiology, acute minor illness, and record keeping. Methodology includes
lectures, demonstrations, practical exercises, and field training in CPR.
CREDIT RECOMMENDATION FROM AMERICAN COUNCIL ON EDUCATION
(AR-0709-0032, Exhibit dates MAY 1996 - DEC 2001)
In the lower-division baccalaureate/associate degree category, 1 semester hour in anatomy and physiology, 4 in
emergency medical technology, 2 in emergency medical technician clinical experience, 2 in basic nursing skills, and 1 in
nursing clinical experience (5/01)(5/01).
(ARMY TRAINING HISTORY COURSE: 30091B10)
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MILITARY TRAINING:SEP 1997 - NOV 1997
ARMY COURSE: 21-114, Phase 1, Basic Combat Training

LENGTH: 8-9 weeks (370-425 hours)

COURSE DESCRIPTION FROM AMERICAN COUNCIL ON EDUCATION:


(AR-2201-0399, Exhibit dates JUL 1985 - FEB 2000)
Upon completion of the course, the recruit will be able to demonstrate general knowledge of military organization and
culture, mastery of individual and group combat skills including marksmanship and first aid, achievement of minimal
physical conditioning standards, and application of basic safety and living skills in an outdoor environment.
Instruction includes lectures, demonstrations, and performance exercises in basic military culture/subjects, including
marksmanship, physical conditioning, first aid, and outdoor adaptation/living skills.
CREDIT RECOMMENDATION FROM AMERICAN COUNCIL ON EDUCATION
(AR-2201-0399, Exhibit dates JUL 1985 - FEB 2000)
In the lower-division baccalaureate/associate degree category, 1 semester hour in personal physical conditioning, 1 in
outdoor skills practicum, 1 in marksmanship, and 1 in first aid (10/00)(10/00).
(ARMY TRAINING HISTORY COURSE: 750BT)
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MILITARY TRAINING:SEP 1997 - SEP 1997
ARMY COURSE: RECBN, RECEPTION BATTALION ATTRITION

LENGTH: 3 Days.

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COURSE DESCRIPTION FROM SERVICE COURSE FILE:


(Description dates OCT 1994 - JUL 2015)
COURSE DESCRIPTION
(ARMY TRAINING HISTORY COURSE: RECBN)
** Note: Limited training history is available prior to FY 84 (ARMY); FY 78 (NAVY); FY 70 (AIR FORCE); FY 67 (MARINE CORPS)

END OF AUTOMATED MILITARY EXPERIENCE AND TRAINING HISTORY DATA


** Note: This history includes only the centrally automated experience and training information that the services maintained on your
military record **

LEGEND CODE:
DOT: Dictionary of Occupational Titles published by the Department of Labor
OES: Occupational Employment Statistics published by the Office of Personnel Management
ONET: Occupational Information Network
DD FORM 2586, JAN 2010

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