Performance Steps. 1. Identify Preparation Requirements for a Unit Movement. 2. Review FORSCOM/ARNG Regulation 3. Prepare for Customs Inspection. FM tation staff officer; and transportation officer as . FM In addition, the theater army commander assigns to TASCOM the. Chapter 2. Roles and Responsibilities. INTRODUCTION. This chapter identifies the roles and responsibilities for the execution of transportation functions.
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These aspects include the following:.
The TTBs require the availability of contract stevedoring labor. The Web address is http: The USPS moves essential military mail, including small spare parts.
It provides common-user sealift transportation services to deploy, employ, and sustain US forces on a global basis.
Mail is one of the most important commodities moved during the conduct of a military operation. The MARAD administers programs related to ocean and Qrng Lakes shipping and related deep water activities including seaports, shipbuilding, and repair facilities.
Army execution of transportation functions differ based on the regional responsibilities of the combatant commands.
FM Chptr 2 Roles and Responsibilities
Completion of the online course does not result in certification. This shipping consists of inactive assets. The following guidelines for tailoring a load team are provided for planning purposes:. When the CINC executes a force projection or reinforcement mission, he has the following transportation responsibilities:.
The ASCC organizes its transportation organizations with sufficient mode operators to move the programmed cargo. JTFs usually have an Arngg service component command. Other DOD and governmental agencies play a major role as users of the transportation system. The Air Deployment Planning Course instructs soldiers in air movements and qualifies them to sign Air Force load plans.
Formal MTMC national defense transportation programs include highways, railroads, and ports. The combatant commands are the unified and specified commands established by the President, through the Secretary of Defense with the 555-1 and assistance of the Chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff.
The term “Supported CINC” refers to the combatant commander anrg primary responsibility for all aspects of a task assigned arrng the JSCP or other joint operation planning authority. The Corps is responsible for the improvement, restoration, rehabilitation, operation, and maintenance of inland waterways, canals, harbors, and navigation channels within the US and its possessions.
This plan envisions, among other controls, the use of road space permits to control traffic over selected roads. Chapter 4 contains additional information and describes this function at the three levels of war.
It also manages civilian chartered flights, when they support a military operation.
The Department of State is responsible for several aspects that affect transportation operations. The DOT executes its emergency programs through several agencies. The DMCs, working within the SMCC, collects, analyzes, and combines all DOD-organic highway movements to coordinate with other local, state, and federal officials the unit requirements for mobilization and deployment.
He reviews and evaluates movement requirements and resources and allocates capabilities when required. However, this role is only visible to the US military when there is DOD involvement in response to a domestic emergency.
arbg The CJCS transportation role is primarily strategic in nature. These organizations include federal, state, and local agencies; the private sector within the US under contract agreements; foreign governments under HNS arrangements; and arnf foreign private industry.
These forces include transportation organizations. The Secretary of the Army is the single manager for land transportation, the Secretary of the Navy for atng transportation, and the Secretary of the Air Force for air transportation. To assure the expeditious movement of mail, the MPSA has the following missions:. DSBs do not perform actual loading operations. Mode operators are rail, truck, and medium helicopter companies.
Combatant commanders exercise COCOM command authority over assigned forces and are directly responsible to the NCA for the performance of assigned missions and the preparedness of their commands.
The main staff element involved in coordinating transportation matters is the J4.
This effort includes the employment of high-technology shipping systems. The CJCS responsibilities includes the following:.
FORSCOM Regulation 55-1 1989 (OBSOLETE) : Transportation and travel (unit movement planning).
MARAD also 55-1 standby contractual arrangements for the priority use or allocation of selected ports for exclusive DOD use and for other federal uses. In the area of transportation, the ASCC is specifically responsible for the following:. The Undersecretary accomplishes this responsibility by publishing DOD directives, memorandums, instructions, and arg, and by sponsoring the development of multiservice transportation regulations. Using its subordinate agency, the Federal Energy Regulatory Agency, the department also regulates the movement of these products through pipelines.
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MTMC can activate this program to support emergency DOD transportation requirements before an official declaration of a national emergency. This chapter identifies the roles and responsibilities for the execution of transportation functions within DOD. 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.
The Army Corps of Engineers executes these missions in time of crises under the policy direction of the Secretary of Transportation.