Any TPU Soldier, who in the past, has suffered a deployment limiting injury or illness and is still experiencing issues or Soldiers that are currently experiencing medical issues should request a profile. Who currently needs permanent or temporary limitations to their duty, APFT/ACFT, or functional capacities due to a medical, dental, or behavioral health condition.
A profile is written to protect the Soldier from further exacerbating an injury or illness by performing the ACFT or other required duties as outlined by their MOS, such as heavy lifting or standing for long periods. A profile also informs the commander on the deployability and readiness of his/her Soldiers.
How do I request/receive a profile?
A profile is requested/received by properly answering the questions on the Profile Request Packet and sending the Profile Request Packet along with the current supporting medical documentation to the AR-MMC mailbox.
The Soldier’s doctor must either sign, date and fill out the Physician’s Letter of Limitations, or on their office letterhead write a brief summary of the Soldier’s diagnosis, prognosis and how long the profile is needed.
DPH's promotes and guides members and their families by supporting psychological fitness for operational readiness. DPH's promotes readjustment and readiness while offering consultation and support designed to address organizational and individual health care.
Program Director Stacey Feig, LPC Program Director Office of the Chief, Army Reserve Fort Belvoir, Virginia (OCAR) Office: (703) 806-6905 Cell: (703)254-8246 email: email@example.com
AR-MMC Rhoda Donnelly, LCSW Army Reserve Medical Management Center Pinellas Park, Florida (AR-MMC) Office: 727-563-3694 Cell: 813-922-8255 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
63RD RSC Meg Haycraft, LCSW USAR 63rd Regional Support Command Moffitt Field, California Office: 650-526-9211 Cell: 847-845-9444 Email: Margaret.email@example.com
88ST RSC Deb Olson, LCSW 88th Regional Support Command Fort McCoy, Wisconsin Office: 608-388-0338 Cell:571-969-0671 Email: Deborah.firstname.lastname@example.org
99TH RSC Patricia Moloney, MSW, LCSW 99th Regional Support Command Fort Dix, New Jersey Office: 609-562-7580 Cell: 571-623-6459 Email: email@example.com
81ST RSC Christina Wildy, LPC 81st Regional Support Command Fort Jackson, South Carolina Office: 803-751-9547 Cell: 571-623-6470 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
It is the unit commanders responsibility to ensure the DA 2173 is completed, uploaded into eMMPS with all supporting documentation and forwarded in a timely manner.
For both formal and informal LOD’s once the unit has received the LOD packet it should be signed, uploaded and forwarded to the MSC.
According to IAW AR 600-8-4 Table 3-1 pg. 7 this task should be completed within 20 calendar days.
Use the IDES (Integrated Disability Evaluation System) Dashboard located in CMS.
View dashboard: https://cms.mods.army.mil
If the MEB finds the Soldier unfit to return to duty in his/her MOS, the Soldier is referred to the PEB.
The informal PEB evaluates the Soldier’s medical information, MOS, and other factors to determine the Soldier’s: