Posted on Nov 11, 2014
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With this code under P.U.L.H.E.S on the ERB, can it keep a Soldier from deploying on a EUCOM mission
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5. THE CURRENT, UNCHANGED, MRC REASON CODES ARE THE FOLLOWING:

A. DA - DNA NOT ON FILE
B. HR - HEARING READINESS NOT CURRENT
C. HT - HIV NOT CURRENT
D. IM - IMMUNIZATIONS NOT CURRENT
E. VR - VISION READINESS NOT CURRENT
F. DR - DENTAL CLASS
G. PG - PREGNANCY
H. HA - PHYSICAL HEALTH ASSESSMENT NOT CURRENT

6. THE NEW MRC REASON CODES ARE THE FOLLOWING:

A. IE - DEFICIENT INDIVIDUAL MEDICAL EQUIPMENT
B. DS - PAST DUE DENTAL SCREENING
C. TP - TEMPORARY PROFILE
D. PP - PERMANENT PROFILE
E. MR - REFERRED TO OR IN MAR2
F. RP - REFERRED TO MEB/PEB
G. PC - PERMANENT MEDICAL CONDITION

7. MRC REASON CODES REMOVED ARE THE FOLLOWING:

A. MT - MEDICAL WARNING TAGS
B. MN - MEDICAL NON-DEPLOYABLE PROFILE
C. LC - DEPLOYMENT LIMITING CONDITION
D. PS - PAP SMEAR NOT CURRENT
E. RB - PHYSCAT X WAITING RETENTION BOARD
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SFC Nothing
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What reference did these codes come from?
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SFC Practical/Vocational Nursing
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What reg did you pull this from?
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Edited 6 y ago
If this refers to the dental readiness code, then:

MRC 1 – Fully Ready
MRC 2 – Medically deployable within 72 hours; any deficiencies correctable during final Soldier Readiness Processing (SRP)
MRC 3A – Medically deployable within 30 days;
MRC 3B – Medical requirement over 30 days to correct;
MRC 4 – Indeterminate.

Basically, MRC 1 means fine, MRC 2 means something small needs to be done, MRC 3 means something major needs to be done, and MRC 4 means something is out of date (therefore unknown). MRC 2 is deployable, but would just need to get the small thing fixed prior to deploying probably.

Edited (thanks to CW5 (Join to see)) IE means Deficient Individual Medical Equipment. Whatever that means?
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1SG Mike Case
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Deficient Individual Medical Equipment can be medical tags, pro mask inserts and stuff like that.
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Tagging 1SG Mike Case so he gets the question... would a CPAP machine fall under Deficient Individual Equipment?
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Battle, would a CPAP machine fall under Deficient Individual Equipment?
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1SG Mike Case
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I don't think it would. IE is your dog tags, eye pro inserts, and like two other things. The Soldier would receive a permanent profile for the CPAP and there would be a profile code of "V", which means that they are limited to where they can deploy. They would be limited to areas with solid shore power and not some COP that ran off of generators and stuff.
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1SG (Join to see), you can see your medical status in AKO, perhaps you might
see a warning in 'yellow', it could be any of the following:

Immunizations
Dental Class 2 conditions
Medical warning tags
DNA (Deoxyribonucleic Acid) test
HIV (Human Immunodeficiency Virus) test
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