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PREFACE

BY ORDER OF THE COMMANDER

OFFICIAL:
Digitally signed by JOHN F. BAHRENBURG
cn=JOHN F. BAHRENBURG, ou=Commander NYG, o=Major
General, c=US
Date: 2001.04.21 12:18:32 -05'00'
Reason: I am approving this document
Headquarters NYG, Latham

JOHN F. BAHRENBURG
Major General, New York Guard
Commander

1. Purpose. This publication provides the mission and mission essential task list for the New
York Guard. It provides guidance for use by the MACOMs in preparing their appropriate
regulations or instructions for the development of more unit specific missions and METLs in
support of the overall NYG objectives.

2. Application

a. Mission and METLs established in this publication apply to all MACOMs of the NYG
and their subordinate units.

b. This publication is directive in nature. These missions and METL will be supported,
except when, in the judgment of the commander, exceptional circumstances dictate otherwise.

3. Scope. This publication provides the Mission of the New York Guard and the Mission
Essential Task List (METL) of the New York Guard

4. Basis. Mission and METL as approved by The Adjutant General of New York by letter dated
23 March 2001.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

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I MISSION STATEMENT FOR THE NEW YORK GUARD..…………….………….. I-1

II MISSION ESSENTIAL TASK LIST………………………………………………… II-1

III. RESPONSIBILITIES.....…………….………………..……………………………… III-1


1. Commander New York Guard..……………………………………………….. III-1
2. Staff Member Responsible…………………………………………………….. III-1
3. Commanders of New York Guard Components .…………………..………….. III-1

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MISSION STATEMENT FOR THE NEW YORK GUARD

1. Provide augmentation and support to other State Military Components in the execution of
their State Missions and their in-state federal training.

2. Provide Aid to Civil Authorities and Humanitarian Support to the State Emergency
Management Office, State and Local Governmental Agencies during domestic emergencies.

3. Conduct missions to enhance the quality of life in our communities and for our citizens.

4. Support the mobilization and deployment of New York National Guard units.

5. Perform other missions as assigned by The Adjutant General and the Governor of the State of
New York.

6. Be prepared to assume the State Defense Missions of other State Military Components upon
their federalization.

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CHAPTER II

MISSION ESSENTIAL TASK LISTS

NYG MISSION ESSENTIAL TASK LIST AND DUTY TASK LIST FOR
HEADQUARTERS ELEMENTS
HQ METL TASK HEADQUARTERS DUTY TASKS
Prepare the Force for • Increase Assigned/Available Strength
Mobilization • Accomplish Individual and Leader Qualification
• Occupational Specialties
• Officer/NCO Education
• Common Task Training
• Prepare/Test Alert Plans and Notification Procedures
• Develop/Maintain Personnel Records
• Develop Family Support/Family Care Plans
• Accomplish Pre-Mobilization Training Goals
Mobilize the Force • Execute Alert/Notification Procedures
• Conduct Assembly Procedures
• Execute Family Support/Family Care Plans
• Conduct Advance Party Actions
• Conduct Risk Management/Assessment
Demobilize the Force • Conduct Demobilization Actions
• Account for Personnel and Equipment

NYG LEADER'S MISSION ESSENTIAL TASK LIST


LEADER METL TASK LEADER DUTY TASKS
Manage Personnel • Pay (SAD), Equip, Feed Assigned Soldiers
(MAN THE FORCE) • Perform NCOER/OER Rating
• Perform Family Care Planning
• Maintain Personnel Records
• Plan, Supervise Individual Qualifications
• Conduct Strength Maintainer Operations in the Unit
Conduct Logistical • Plan Support Operations
Operations • Maintain Accountability of Unit/Individual Equipment
(EQUIP THE FORCE) • Manage/Account for Classes of Supply
Manage Unit Training • Develop Unit METL, and Duty Tasks
(TRAIN THE FORCE) • Perform METL Assessment
• Provide Training Guidance
• Plan Training
• Prepare a Training Schedule
• Prepare Training/Conduct Rehearsals
• Conduct Training to Standard/Supervise Training
• Evaluate Training
• Conduct an After Action Review (AAR)
• Conduct a Training Meeting
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Conduct Operations in a • Perform Risk Management (Analysis and Assessment)


Risk Free Environment • Conduct a Safety Briefing
(PROTECT THE • Perform On-The-Spot Corrections
FORCE) • Supervise Execution of a Unit Safety Plan
• Identify and Report Hazards
• Report Accidents
Develop • Perform using Ethical Leadership Standards and Techniques
Leaders/Subordinates • Conduct Performance Counseling
(LEAD THE FORCE) • Employ Equal Opportunity Principals
• Perform Mentorship of Subordinate Leaders

NYG COLLECTIVE MISSION ESSENTIAL TASK LIST


COLLECTIVE METL COLLECTIVE DUTY TASKS
Detailed duty tasks are to be developed by the Major Commands. Following are
descriptive narratives of the Collective Task.
Command Post Operations Provide qualified augmentation personnel to support SEMO State, Regional and
District Headquarters, Joint Task Force Commands, and State Military Forces.
Security of Installations Provide internal security of designated Division of Military and Naval Affairs
facilities throughout the State of New York, and other state and private critical
installations as directed.
Traffic Control Provide traffic control in support of Emergency Operations such as evacuations
and restriction of areas, and local traffic control in support of community events.
Medical/Dental Provide Medical and Dental health care to meet the peacetime and mobilization
readiness requirements of the State Military Forces, and other supported
activities. Conduct field operation in support of Humanitarian Assistance.
Facility Operations Assume command, control and operation of designated Division of Military and
Naval Affairs facilities throughout the State of New York upon federalization of
tenant State Military Forces. Provide pre-mobilization facility support.
Construction Provide construction services for Division of Military and Naval Affairs facilities
throughout the State of New York. Provide community support.
Communications Provide Communications Support to the State Military Emergency Radio
Network (MERN) (AM), to other DMNA Communications assets as assigned,
and to the State Emergency Management Office (SEMO) telecommunications
network.
Radiological Monitoring Provide Radiological Monitoring and Exposure Control Procedures to support
SEMO in the NYS Radiological Emergency Preparedness Program (REP)
Family Assistance Provide assistance to all military family members in the state which are beyond
the support capabilities of military facilities. Operate Armory walk-in centers.
Legal Support Provide legal services such as wills, power of attorney, etc to veterans, and state
military forces in support of pre-mobilization, mobilization, and post-
mobilization.
News Center Operations Provide augmentation personnel to the SEMO Joint News Center (JNC).
Search and Report Provide trained and ENCON certified search teams for humanitarian support in
authorized missions. Conduct grid searches, stabilize situation, and report.
Support rescue by ENCON directed personnel.
Ceremonial Functions Provide trained personnel to support honor guards, burial details, etc.
Historical Provide support to historical documentation and support of historical units and
speakers bureau functions.

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RESPONSIBILITIES

1. Commander New York Guard. Coordinate with DMNA for assignment of additional
missions.

2. The J3 (Deputy Chief of Staff for Operations and Training) will Review and approve
Mission and Mission Essential Task Lists developed by Major Commands (MACOMs) (Army
Division, Air Division, and Civil Military Affairs Brigade) in support of this directive.

3. Commanders of New York Guard Components. Commanders of the Army Division, Air
Division and Civil Military Affairs Brigade will;

a. Develop detailed mission statements that support the missions of the NYG.

b. Develop detailed Mission Essential Task Lists that support their missions.

c. Notify and provide copies of MACOM Missions and Mission Essential Task List
(METL) to New York Guard Headquarters for review and approval.

d. Direct and approve development of detailed mission statements and METL for
subordinate units in support of this directive, and the MACOM’s Mission and METL statements.

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