Home arrow Obsolete Military Manuals arrow FORSCOM Regulation ( OBSOLETE): Transportation and travel (unit movement. FM TRANSPORTATION OPERATIONS. HEADQUARTERS accomplish this mission, FORSCOM, in coordination with the Army staff and. accordance with (IAW) procedures published in FORSCOM/ARNG Regulation 55 -1, Unit. Movement Planning. These procedures, at a.
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Mode operators are rail, truck, and medium helicopter companies.
Specifically, the ITO executes the following tasks:. MARAD also implements standby contractual arrangements for the priority use or allocation of selected ports for exclusive DOD use and for other federal uses.
The TTBs require the availability of contract 555-1 labor. It provides common-user sealift transportation services to deploy, employ, and sustain US forces on a global basis. This plan envisions, among other controls, the use of road space permits to control traffic over selected roads.
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 USCG is responsible for maritime and inland waterway security, port security, and safety including navigational aids.
FORSCOM Regulation 55-1 1989 (OBSOLETE) : Transportation and travel (unit movement planning).
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 This center operates with organic MCTs, as required. MTMC’s four core competencies are global traffic management, worldwide port operations, deployability engineering, and integrated transportation systems.
Using its subordinate agency, the Federal Energy Regulatory Agency, the department also regulates the movement of these products through pipelines. These procedures are described below.
This responsibility includes coordinating and resourcing the Army force for its movement to theater destination.
The Secretary of Transportation sets up a management organization during a national defense related emergency declared forscoom the President. The exception to this role is the waterways associated with the TVA.
In the area of transportation, supporting CINCs have the following responsibilities:. The Secretary of the Army is the single manager for land transportation, the Secretary of the Navy for sea transportation, and the Secretary of the Air Force for air transportation. Formal MTMC national defense transportation programs include highways, railroads, and ports.
These aspects include the following:. The DMCs, working within the SMCC, collects, analyzes, and combines all DOD-organic highway movements to coordinate forscok other local, state, and federal officials the unit requirements for mobilization and deployment. Combatant commanders may also establish joint task forces to execute specific missions.
The main staff element involved in coordinating transportation matters is the J4. The ASCC organizes its transportation organizations with forzcom mode operators to move the programmed cargo. 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.
Depending on the size of the force deployed, the ASCC will have staff elements to assist in the accomplishment of its transportation responsibilities. MSC also manages civilian chartered shipping and accessorial services when these support a military operation.
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Forscomm also provide user training for space-based systems. Depending on the size of the force deployed, the operational transportation responsibilities of the ASCC may also include tactical level responsibilities.
USCG’s role in licensing additional mariners to serve expanded defense shipping needs is integral to the mobilization process. Combatant commanders exercise COCOM command authority over assigned forces and are fforscom responsible to the NCA for the performance of assigned missions and the preparedness of their commands.
These programs assure the maintenance of an adequate US-based transportation infrastructure capable of responding rapidly to developing emergencies. Addition of the word “geographic” to a CINC or commander describes forwcom combatant commander of a unified command that includes a general geographic area of responsibility.
The combatant commands have regional or functional responsibilities.