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Mr. Paul Williamson Command Advisor Wounded Warrior Regiment 703-432-1857 19 May 2008 UNCLASSIFIED Patient Administration Conference.

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1 Mr. Paul Williamson Command Advisor Wounded Warrior Regiment May 2008 UNCLASSIFIED Patient Administration Conference

2 19 May 2008 Slide 2 The Wounded Warrior Regiment will provide and facilitate assistance to wounded/ill/injured Marines, Sailors attached to or in support of Marine units, and their family members, throughout the phases of recovery. Mission Statement

3 19 May 2008 Slide 3 Guam Hawaii Okinawa Single Command with Strategic Reach Camp Lejeune Camp Pendleton Quantico WW Regiment WW Battalions Patient Affairs Team (PAT)/VA Liaisons District Injured Support Cells (DISC/RCCs) WW Company # 120 Hometown Links (not shown) # 186 I-I Staffs (not shown) Level of Effort Current (Mil / Civ): 212 Contractor Support: 24 Future Total: 361 WWR services the Total Force – Active Duty / Reserve / Retired / Former Marines

4 19 May 2008 Slide 4 WWR Tracking Statistics AS OF: 9 May 08

5 19 May 2008 Slide 5 WII Tracking Policy If a Marine is expected to be hospitalized 90 days or less, and is within normal commuting distance of permanent duty station, will remain with parent unit. If a Marine is expected to be hospitalized 90 days or less, and is outside the vicinity of his permanent duty station, the parent command will report the Marine TAD to the nearest Inspector Instructor Staff or Wounded Warrior Battalion Headquarters for administrative tracking. If a Marine is expected to be hospitalized 90 days or more, and is outside the vicinity of his parent command, then the Marine will be transferred by Service Record Book to the nearest Inspector Instructor Staff or Wounded Warrior Battalion Headquarters. In all cases, the parent command will initiate SRB transfer or TAD assignment. Any commander has the option to retain WII Marines on their roles provided they can adequately support their Marine if hospitalization is expected to be over 90 days. 90 days is also meant as a guideline only. Reference: MCO E

6 19 May 2008 Slide 6 Identifying WII Marines Wounded Warrior Regiment will engage with any Marine who is identified –via a Personnel Casualty Report (PCR), –by the MTF system or medical provider, –through coordination with parent commands, or –via intake or outreach efforts of Wounded Warrior Call Center

7 19 May 2008 Slide 7 Limited Duty (LIMDU) Issues Difficult to use Service LIMDU personnel tracking system to ID the WII True LIMDU population unknown –Placement on LIMDU driven more by events than medical conditions Deployment cycle PCS orders to operational / overseas unit PRT or PFA cycle

8 19 May 2008 Slide 8 Information Technology Marine Corps’ Wounded Ill and Injured Tracking System (MCWIITS) –New system now in use –Accountability / reporting / case management Marine 4 Life Website –Newly renovated product now available at –Lifeblood to the Hometown Links (HTLs) –Storehouse of information for Transitioning Marines WWR Website –New website available at –Under the “Marine Services” Banner –Current information, recent news, and public affairs items

9 19 May 2008 Slide 9 WWR Message Address CMC WASHINGTON DC WWR Plain Language Address (PLAD)

10 19 May 2008 Slide 10 Questions?


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