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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The Army service component command plans and executes the land warfare missions assigned to the combatant command or JTF. In the area of transportation, supporting CINCs have the following responsibilities:. Completion of the online course does not result in certification.

The TTBs require the availability of contract stevedoring labor. The DMCs, working within the SMCC, collects, analyzes, and combines all DOD-organic highway movements to coordinate arbg other local, state, and federal officials the unit requirements for mobilization and deployment.

The arnh of directive authority for logistics includes the authority to issue directives to subordinate commanders necessary to ensure the following: This plan envisions, among other controls, the use of road space permits to control traffic over selected roads.

This shipping consists of inactive assets. These personnel need to be trained. It provides common-user sealift transportation services to deploy, employ, and arny US forces on a global basis.

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The DOT executes its emergency programs through several agencies. 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 Army Corps of Engineers executes these missions in time of crises under the policy direction of the Secretary of Transportation.

They also provide user training for space-based systems. In the area of transportation, the ASCC is specifically responsible for the following:. The responsibilities are described below.


Chapter 3 contains additional information and describes this function at the three levels of war. This fleet is the most significant source of government-owned, early deployment shipping in terms of numbers of ships and overall cargo carrying capacity. Chapter 5 contains additional information and describes this function at the three qrng of war. 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.

It provides common-user airlift transportation services to deploy, employ, and sustain US forces on a global basis. The emergency port control organization assures that local port industries provide situation reports through the National Shipping Authority to all interested agencies.

The ICC regulates interstate surface transportation services. This staff office has the primary responsibility for strategic transportation and for the operation of the JTB.

This organization supports a force at EAC. The FHWA, in coordination with the state highway departments and organized users of highways, develops an emergency highway traffic regulation plan. During emergencies, the state and local governments are also responsible for using transportation resources transiting the state boundaries.

FM Chptr 2 Roles and Responsibilities

In times of emergency, the main responsibility of these organizations is to coordinate personnel and cargo movements, to include convoys through the state highway system. MTMC selects a battalion or a brigade to operate a water terminal using the size of the operation as a primary arny. The Secretary of Transportation sets up a management organization during a national defense related emergency declared by the President.

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 These organizations consist of those levels of government that have functional or modal responsibilities for water including inland waterwayrail, motor carriers, or air transportation.


USACOM, in addition to its regional responsibilities, is responsible for joint training, readiness of CONUS based forces for deployment, and force packaging in support of other regional combatant commanders. 5-1 directorates coordinate specific functional areas, including transportation.

This responsibility includes arranging for the use of civil wrng facilities as auxiliary ammunition ports. The ASCC also acquires organizations to administer movements and to operate terminals and modes. Training instruction can be locally conducted and tailored to meet the needs of the unit based on the tasks performed. The Service Secretaries are also charged with the responsibility of providing CINCs with trained and equipped forces to execute assigned missions.

It 555-1 manages civilian chartered flights, when they support a military operation.

FORSCOM Regulation 55-1 1989 (OBSOLETE) : Transportation and travel (unit movement planning).

Specifically, the ITO executes the following tasks:. In addition to providing assistance on annual training missions, DSBs also provide technical assistance during scheduled individual training dates mandatory unit training assembly. JMPA are the main operating agencies in the mail delivery system. Local MARAD port control officers coordinate with DOD authorities to assure the availability of commercial port capabilities to support military operations. It is also available through contractors, commercial training kits, and through the schools listed above for certification training.

Using its subordinate agency, the Federal Energy Regulatory Agency, the department also regulates the movement of these products through pipelines.

Supported and supporting combatant commanders must consider their transportation requirements and assure that proper coordination is effected to accommodate their shipments.