SRU Duty Descriptions

Role of 12C40 SRU Platoon Sergeant

The 12C40 SRU Platoon Sergeant serves as the Platoon Sergeant for 3rd Platoon within the Soldier Recovery Unit (SRU). They play a crucial role in supporting the Army’s mission to heal and support Soldiers in Transition (STs) and their Family Members. As a vital link in the Medical Triad, they work closely with Squad Leaders (SLs), Nurse Case Managers (NCMs), and Primary Care Managers (PCMs) to ensure quality care and service is provided throughout the recovery and Medical Evaluation Board (MEB) process. Their responsibilities include managing and synchronizing existing appointments, schedules, work programs, and mandatory training. They also oversee the Soldier for Life and Transition Assistance Program (SFL-TAP) and Vocational Rehabilitation and Employment (VR&E) participation of four squads. Additionally, they are responsible for the health, welfare, and morale of 70 STs and six Squad Leaders within the platoon.

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