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Returning Sailors, Marines and Family Members Find Healing at Southwest Region's Returning Warrior Workshop

Navy WTP Moves to Germany from Kuwait

Commander, U.S. Fleet Forces Changes Leadership

IA Sailors lead JCCS-ONE to Navy Unit Commendation

A hospital corpsman assigned to 1st squad, 2nd platoon, Lima Company, 3rd Battalion, 5th Marine Regiment, Regimental Combat Team 2

Yeoman 3rd Class Michael Yates, left, and Damage Controlman 2nd Class Sterling Cox, assigned to Expeditionary Combat Readiness Center, check Sailors in at Baltimore Washington International Airport who were returning from overseas duty assignments.

Chief of Naval Operations (CNO) Adm. Gary Roughead is relieved by Adm. Jonathan W. Greenert as the Chief of Naval Operations during a change of command ceremony at the U.S. Naval Academy.

Adm. John C. Harvey, Commander USFF, talks with Sailors over dinner in the zone two dining facility at the U.S. Army Camp Arifjan in Kuwait.

MCPON Rick West addresses more than 150 deployed Sailors during an all-hands call at WTP.

Individual Augmentee receives the Bronze Star.

Sailors aboard USS Bonhomme Richard (LHD 6) discuss the location of shipmates serving around the world as individual augmentees.

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Expeditionary Screening Procedures

This section contains the prerequisite information that you will need to complete before leaving your parent command or NOSC. Items on this page include the following: Receipt and reading of your orders, Pre-Deployment Health Assessment (DD 2795), Expeditionary Screening Checklists (administrative and medical/dental), and ISOPREP.

It also provides information concerning the Navy Mobilization and Processing Site (NMPS). NMPS will verify that all required items listed in your orders and on the Expeditionary Screening Checklist were completed, e-learning courses were completed, all medical and dental screening is satisfactory including shots, and your security clearance is up to date. In addition, NMPS will issue your uniforms.

Remember to thoroughly READ YOUR ORDERS as soon as you get them. Your step by step travel and destination information is contained in your orders as well as valuable point of contact (POC) information

Expeditionary screening is required for all Individual Augmentees (IAs). This includes personnel selected for a Global Support Assignment (GSA), Individual Augmentation Manpower management (IAMM) and Reserve Component Mobilization (RC MOB).

MILPERSMAN 1300-318 contains an explanation of all IA screening procedures.

BUMEDINST 1300.3A is the suitability screening procedures for IAs.

Pre-Deployment Health Assessment

The DoD Deployment Health Assessments are a means to identify and track (on an individual and population level) specific health related outcomes which may be related to military deployments. They are required when a Sailor expects to spend more than 30 days ashore without a fixed Medical Treatment Facility (MTF) or when required by the COCOM or Operational Commander.

Pre-Deployment Health Assessment (Pre-DHA) DD 2795
  • Pre-Deployment Health Assessment (Pre-DHA) is completed on-line.
  • Pre-DHA must be completed no earlier than 60 days prior to arrival at NMPS.
  • A face to face interview with a medical provider completes the process.
  • Pre-DHA will be verified at the NMPS.

IAs are required to complete a medical/dental and administrative screening checklist upon receiving orders:

AOR specific screening checklists
The following deployment areas required that an additional screening checklist be completed:

If you have questions or are experiencing any difficulties please contact the IA Sailor Help Desk.

ISOlated Personnel REPort (ISOPREP)

The ISOPREP is an operational authentication tool used by recovery forces to positively authenticate forces isolated personnel in enemy controlled or contested areas. It must be completed from a CAC-enabled computer on an unclassified .mil or .gov system. To complete and submit your ISOPREP, follow the ISOPREP Pro-File Instructions.

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