6) Combat operational stress control (COSC) aims to identify, prevent, and manage adverse combat and operational stress reactions.
The Management of Combat and Operational Stress Control Casualties postprofessional behavioral health course currently trains AOC 65A (Occupational Therapist), and military occupational specialties 68L (Occupational Therapy Specialist) and 68X (Behavioral Health Specialist).
According to Leidos, NCCOSC helps in improving the psychological health of marines and sailors with the help of comprehensive programs which educate service members, builds resilience, aids research, and promotes best practices to treat combat and operational stress
The Naval Center for Combat and Operational Stress Control was created to improve the psychological health Navy and Marine Corps forces through training, education, care system improvement and facilitating research information distribution.
Project FOCUS, is Families OverComing Under Stress (FOCUS) is designed for families needing to ramp up their resiliency to best handle the demands of deployment and combat and operational stress.
Restore Warriors features video diaries of warriors sharing personal experiences with combat and operational stress
and helpful coping strategies the warriors used to overcome these issues.
Most recent efforts include the use of service dogs and animal-assisted activities dogs in Warrior transition units, military medical treatment facilities, combat and operational stress control units and other settings.
Other attendees included staff from the Warrior Care and Transition Office; Army medical treatment facilities; the OTSG Rehabilitation and Reintegration Division, Walter Reed Army Medical Center; US Air Force; US Navy; and combat and operational stress control staff who work with and handle the animal-assisted activities dogs in theater.
EOD came to the Naval Center for Combat and Operational Stress
Control in San Diego and said, 'You know, we really want to get training that is specific to what our guys are going to face.
A quick-reference format the interactive assignments are grouped by behavioral problems including combat and operational stress reactions, postdeployment reintegration, survivor's guilt, anxiety, parenting problems related to deployment, and posttraumatic stress disorder
SECTION XII Combat and Operational Stress Reaction.
As an Army occupational therapist assigned to the 212th Combat and Operational Stress
Control (COSC) Detachment, I was given the opportunity of a lifetime providing service to my fellow Warriors, the Soldiers, Marines, Sailors, and Airmen, along with Department of Defense employees of the United States.