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Corpsman School

A corpsman is an enlisted medical specialist for the Royal Manticoran Navy who serves with Royal Manticoran Marine Corps units. With the Marine Corps, they serve as battlefield medic, rendering emergency medical treatment to include initial treatment in a combat environment. They also monitor sanitary conditions and health of the personnel in the field. Corpsmen are frequently the only medical caregiver available in Marine units on extended deployment.

Course Name Course Number Course Prerequisites
Corpsman Specialist SIA-SRN-23A SIA-RMN-0001
Corpsman Advanced Specialist SIA-SRN-23C SIA-RMN-0002
Corpsman Qualification SIA-SRN-23D SIA-RMN-0101
Corpsman Warrant Project SIA-SRN-23W SIA-RMN-0011

Sick Berth Attendant School

Sick Berth Attendants are medical professionals who provide health care to service people and their families. They serve as pharmacy technicians, medical technicians, nurse’s aides, physician’s or dentist’s assistants, and more. All work falls into several categories: first aid and minor surgery, patient transportation, patient care, prescriptions and laboratory work, food service inspections, and clerical duties.

Course Name Course Number Course Prerequisites
Sick Berth Attendant Specialist SIA-SRN-24A SIA-RMN-0001
Sick Berth Attendant Advanced Specialist SIA-SRN-24C SIA-RMN-0002
Sick Berth Attendant Qualification SIA-SRN-24D SIA-RMN-0101
Sick Berth Attendant Warrant Project SIA-SRN-24W SIA-RMN-0011

Surgeon Officer School

The Ship’s Surgeon oversees all the medical facilities and personnel aboard ship, thus the position requires management and leadership skills. The Surgeon has a strong understanding of examination methodologies and diagnostics, excellent knowledge of infectious diseases, their symptoms and epidemiology, and broad knowledge of common medications, side effects and contraindications. On a ship during battle, the Surgeon attends to critical, massive, and complicated wounds. At the highest level and rank, they may be assigned to major military hospitals to administer and oversee the care of patients transferred from ships. Within TRMN the Assistant Surgeon is a Warrant Officer position and would work as an assistant medical officer aboard ship.

The SIA TSC Surgeon symbol is the Staff of Aesculapius, who was the god of medicine. Current views are that it is a more appropriate symbol than the Caduceus, which is associated with Hermes or Mercury, who was the messenger of the gods and the god of the underworld, commerce, merchants, thieves, and tricksters.

Passing SIA-SRN-34D will be a requirement for those wanting to be recognized as a Surgeon Officer within their chapter. Passing SIA-SRN-34W will be a requirement for those wanting to be recognized as a Surgeon Assistant within their chapter.

Course Name Course Number Course Prerequisites
Surgeon Specialist SIA-SRN-34A SIA-SRN-23D
Surgeon Advanced Specialist SIA-SRN-34C SIA-SRN-34A
Surgeon Qualification SIA-SRN-34D SIA-SRN-34C
Surgeon Warrant Project SIA-SRN-34W SIA-RMN-0012