Download Citation on ResearchGate | FORSCOM Regulation ( OBSOLETE): Unit movement data reporting and systems administration. | Authorizes. Authorizes and directs the use of the Transportation Coordinator Automated Command and Control Information System (TC ACCIS), as well as coordinated and. Within CONUS, FORSCOM is the Army service component command for USACOM. FORSCOM uses Army installation staffs and infrastructures to deploy units.
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When the CINC executes a force projection or reinforcement mission, he has the following transportation responsibilities:. The USCG is responsible for maritime and inland waterway security, port security, and safety including navigational aids. A recommendation usually goes forsvom the referral of the problem.
FM Chptr 2 Strategic Mobility Automation Support Systems
The GTN ties together existing transportation related data bases. The smaller the force, the more melding of functions will occur between operational and tactical level transportation operations.
Using its subordinate agency, the Federal Energy Regulatory Agency, the department also regulates the movement of these products through pipelines. The “Supporting CINC,” on the other hand, provides augmentation forces or other support to a designated supported commander or commanders. Currently, the following three automated systems support this mission:. Refer to FM for foorscom information on these systems.
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It does not create a new data base. It also includes advice on requirements for Army transportation units to provide a movement control terminal and mode operation capability in support of the system. Army execution of transportation functions differ based on the regional responsibilities of the combatant commands.
OPLANs are the result of deliberate planning conducted during peacetime. Commanders of unified commands may establish subordinate unified commands when so authorized by the Secretary of Defense through the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. 55- also provide user training for space-based systems.
USCG’s role in licensing additional mariners to serve expanded defense shipping needs is integral to the mobilization process. The Secretary of Transportation sets up a management organization during a national defense related emergency declared by the President. The UMO prepares his unit’s air movement plans for planned or actual deployment. MSC executes this mission with the active fleet, to include prepositioned afloat assets, on a daily basis. These programs fkrscom the maintenance of an adequate US-based transportation infrastructure capable of responding rapidly to developing emergencies.
It also manages civilian chartered flights, when they support a military operation. This organization supports a force at EAC. Organizations responsible for transportation matters vary in size and responsibility from state to state. This fleet is the most significant source of government-owned, early deployment shipping in terms of numbers of ships and overall cargo carrying capacity.
HN or contracted support is a good source of resources to conduct or augment terminal operations. The USPS moves essential military mail, including small spare parts.
FORSCOM Regulation 55-2 1993 (OBSOLETE) : Unit movement data reporting and systems administration.
These organizations consist of those levels of government that have functional or modal responsibilities for water including inland waterwayrail, motor carriers, or air transportation. JOPES is used by senior-level decision makers to plan and execute mobilization, monitor deployment, employment, sustainment, and redeployment activities.
Local MARAD port control officers coordinate with DOD authorities to assure the availability of commercial port capabilities to support military operations. The FHWA administers movement on federal highways. There are no specified commands at this time.
Depending on the size of the forsco deployed, the operational transportation responsibilities of the ASCC may also include tactical level responsibilities. The port operators at the SPOEs develop prestow plans and prepare to receive and load equipment. Commanders of Army installations and garrisons, using the resources of their ITO TMO, are responsible for planning and executing the physical movement of tenant units.
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The services are progressing with their unique system developments as follows:. These forces include transportation organizations. AUTOREP generates fillers and casualty replacement requirements by personnel category, MOS, and grade and rank to predict the number of replacements required over time.
In this role, they orchestrate the support provided by DOD and other federal departments Human and Health Services, Transportation, and so on when disasters such as earthquakes and enemy attacks occur within the US. This chapter identifies the roles and responsibilities for the execution of transportation functions within DOD.
The ASCC acquires terminal units to operate the transportation terminals.
The Service Secretaries are also charged with the responsibility of providing CINCs with trained and equipped forces to execute assigned missions. These staff elements are responsible for the following planning and execution functions:. The JTB acts for the CJCS by directing or recommending courses of action concerning priorities and allocations for the use of airlift, sealift, and surface transportation capability.
This responsibility includes arranging for the use of civil port facilities as auxiliary ammunition ports. Units are responsible for maintaining accurate equipment lists. The ASCC also acquires organizations to administer movements and to operate terminals and modes. The TTBs require the availability of contract stevedoring labor. The responsibilities are described below. Terminals and regional commanders the information necessary to manage the movement of ocean cargo.
TC-AIMS is the generic term for the computer hardware, software, procedures, and other systems used by transportation coordinators throughout the services to automate planning, organizing, coordinating, and controlling unit deployment activities. DSBs also provide liaison and coordination for movement of port-called units to designated terminals.