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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These staff elements are responsible for the following planning and execution functions:. This responsibility includes coordinating and resourcing the Army force for its movement to theater destination. Chapter 4 contains additional information and describes this function at the three levels of war.

FORSCOM Regulation 55-2 1993 (OBSOLETE) : Unit movement data reporting and systems administration.

This responsibility includes arranging for the use of civil port facilities as auxiliary ammunition ports. 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. It provides common-user sealift transportation services to deploy, employ, and sustain US forscomm on a global basis.

DSBs also provide liaison and coordination for movement of port-called units to designated terminals. During emergencies, the state and local governments are also responsible for using transportation resources transiting the state boundaries. The WPS provides the following:.

The combatant commands have regional or functional responsibilities. The deployment planner is usually the DTO or his equivalent.

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Sign In Sign Out. This administration is responsible for aiding DOT in planning, financing, and developing urban mass transportation systems, facilities, and equipment. Depending on the size of the force deployed, the ASCC will have staff elements to assist in the accomplishment of its transportation responsibilities.


It establishes an ordered and comprehensive set of procedures used in both deliberate planning and CAP of joint operations. It is the authority of a combatant commander to perform those functions of command involving organizing and employing commands and forces, assigning tasks, designating objectives, and giving authoritative direction over all aspects of military operations, joint training, and logistics necessary to accomplish the missions assigned to the command. Agreements between CINCs may also influence the support.

In addition to the responsibilities listed above, MARAD sets up controls to balance the requirements levied on civil port capabilities by the military and private sector.

The services are progressing with their unique system developments as follows:. HN or contracted support is a good source of resources to conduct or augment terminal 5-2.

This chapter identifies the roles and responsibilities for the execution of transportation functions within DOD. It supports strength accounting, personnel management, personnel actions, and exchange of information with other automated systems. The ASCC also acquires organizations to administer movements and to operate terminals and modes. Under these circumstances, state and local governments comply with federal control measures to assure that interstate and international movements flow without interruptions.

Terminals and regional commanders the information necessary to manage the movement of ocean cargo. The Department of State is responsible for several aspects that affect transportation operations. Units are responsible for maintaining accurate forsckm lists. Supported and supporting combatant commanders must consider their transportation requirements and assure that proper coordination is effected to accommodate their shipments.


FM Chptr 2 Strategic Mobility Automation Support Systems

The DLA provides supplies common to all military Services. The terms “unified command,” “specified command,” and “combatant command” refer to commands established by the President as combatant commands under Title 10, United States Code, section The USCG is responsible for maritime foorscom inland waterway security, port security, and safety including navigational aids.

Army execution of transportation functions differ based on the regional responsibilities of the combatant commands. USCG’s role in licensing additional mariners to serve expanded defense shipping needs is integral to the mobilization process. It has been described as a capability integrating hardware, software, and communications system. MTMC selects a battalion or a brigade to operate a water terminal using the size of the operation as a primary determinant.

STARCs manage military highway movements and coordinate with federal fordcom state civil agencies reserve unit mobilization needs. These procedures are described below. It does not provide airlift requirements estimates or preplanned contingency packages.

An overview of how to accomplish strategic deployment planning is needed to fully appreciate the complex processes involved. These forces include transportation organizations.

Its directorates coordinate specific functional areas, including transportation. The port operators at the SPOEs develop prestow plans and prepare to receive and load equipment.