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Chapter 1. CSS Planning and Consumption Data ......................................................................................... Para 1-1. General ....................................................................................................................................... 1-2. Personnel Data ............................................................................................................................ 1-3. Hospitalization Data ................................................................................................................... 1-4. Supply Data ................................................................................................................................ 1-5. Materiel Loss Data ...................................................................................................................... 1-6. Transportation Data .................................................................................................................... Chapter 2. Theater and Corps Personnel Service Support Units .................................................................. Personnel Units ..................................................................................................................... Finance Units ......................................................................................................................... Press Camp Headquarters ...................................................................................................... Corps CSS Units ......................................................................................................................... HQ, Corps Support Command (COSCOM) .......................................................................... Medical Units ........................................................................................................................ Ordnance Units ...................................................................................................................... Quartermaster Units .............................................................................................................. Transportation Units .............................................................................................................. Aviation Units ....................................................................................................................... Division and Separate Brigade/ACR CSS Units ......................................................................... Division Support Command (DISCOM) (Heavy) ................................................................. Main Support Battalion (MSB) ............................................................................................. Forward Support Battalion (FSB) ......................................................................................... Division Aviation Support Battalion (DASB) (Hvy) ............................................................. Support Battalion (Sep Hvy Bde) .......................................................................................... Support Squadron, Armored Cavalry Regiment (ACR) ........................................................ Division Support Command (Light) ...................................................................................... Main Support Battalion (Light) ............................................................................................. Forward Support Battalion (Light) ........................................................................................ Aviation Maintenance Company (AMCO), UH Mix (Light) ................................................ Division Support Command (Air Assault) ............................................................................ Main Support Battalion (Air Assault) ................................................................................... Forward Support Battalion (Air Assault) .............................................................................. Air Ambulance Company (Air Assault) ................................................................................ Aviation Maintenance Battalion (Air Assault) ...................................................................... Division Support Command (Airborne) ................................................................................ Main Support Battalion (Airborne) ....................................................................................... Forward Support Battalion (Airborne) .................................................................................. Aviation Maintenance Company (Airborne) ......................................................................... Division Support Command [Division (Div) XXI] (Heavy) ................................................. Division Support Battalion (DSB) (Div XXI) (Heavy) ......................................................... Medical Company (DSB) (Div XXI) (Heavy) ...................................................................... Quartermaster Company (DSB) (Div XXI) (Heavy) ............................................................. Area Maintenance Company (DSB) (Div XXI) (Heavy) ...................................................... Transportation Motor Transport (TMT Company (DSB) (Div XXI) (Heavy) ...................... Forward Support Battalion (FSB) (2x1) (Div XXI) (Heavy) (Armor) ..................................

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Chapter 4.

*This edition of ST 101-6 replaces the edition dated July 1999.
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Page Forward Support Battalion (FSB) (1x2) (Div XXI) (Heavy) (Mechanized) ......................... Forward Support Company (FSB) (Div XXI) (Heavy) (Armor) ........................................... Forward Support Company (FSB) (Div XXI) (Heavy) (Mechanized) .................................. Base Support Company (FSB) (Div XXI) (Heavy) ............................................................... Medical Company (FSB) (Div XXI) (Heavy) ....................................................................... Division Aviation Support Battalion (DASB) (Div XXI) (Heavy) ....................................... Headquarters and Supply Company (DASB) (Div XXI) (Heavy) ......................................... Ground Maintenance Company (DASB) (Div XXI) (Heavy) ............................................... Aviation Maintenance Company (DASB) (Div XXI) (Heavy) ............................................. Chapter 5. Sec I. II. III. IV. Personnel/Logistics Estimates ...................................................................................................... Introduction ................................................................................................................................. .. Format and Instructions for the Personnel Estimate ..................................................................... Format and Instructions for the Logistics Estimate ...................................................................... Mission Analysis Considerations ................................................................................................. 4-97 4-98 4-100 4-102 4-104 4-106 4-107 4-109 4-111 5-1 5-1 5-1 5-4 5-8 6-1 6-1 6-1 6-2 6-3 6-5 6-7 6-8 6-10 7-1 7-1 7-4 7-5 7-6 7-6 7-8 A-1 B-1 C-1 D-1 E-1 F-1 G-1 H-1 I-1 J-1 K-1 L-1 M-1

Chapter 6. Format and Instructions for Developing/Briefing the Support Concept (Paragraph 4a).............. Para 6-1. Introduction ....................................................................................................................... 6-2. Developmental Guidelines ................................................................................................. 6-3. Sources of Information for Developing the Support Concept............................................. 6-4. Areas or Items to Consider Under Each Logistic Function................................................. 6-5. Support Concept Format .................................................................................................... 6-6. Briefing the Support Concept ............................................................................................. 6-7. The CSS Overlay ............................................................................................................... 6-8. Using and Completing the Support Concept Overview Matrix ......................................... Chapter 7. Briefing Formats.......................................................................................................................... Sec I. Mission Analysis Briefing .......................................................................................................... II. Course of Action Briefing ........................................................................................................... III. Wargaming Briefing ................................................................................................................... IV. The Decision Briefing ................................................................................................................ V. OPLAN/OPORD Briefing ......................................................................................................... VI. Execution and Supervision ......................................................................................................... Appendix A. Glossary ................................................................................................................................. B. Brigade Support Concept Sample ......................................................................................... C. Division Support Concept Sample ........................................................................................ D. Corps Support Concept Sample ............................................................................................ E. Brigade CSS Overlay Sample ............................................................................................... F. Division CSS Overlay Sample .............................................................................................. G. Corps CSS Overlay Sample ................................................................................................... H. Support Concept Matrix ........................................................................................................ I. Completed Support Concept Matrix ...................................................................................... J. CSS Unit Terrain Requirements ............................................................................................ K. Conversion Factors ................................................................................................................ L. Logistic Force (Heavy Corps-Division) ................................................................................ M. Theater of Operations Combat Service Support ....................................................................

DISCLAIMER This ST is just that—a student text. The figures that appear in this document are intended solely for instructional use. This document neither contains nor constitutes doctrine and should not be interpreted or used as such.

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CHAPTER 1 COMBAT SERVICE SUPPORT (CSS) PLANNING AND CONSUMPTION DATA

1-1. GENERAL The following logistic planning information, data, and procedures represent estimates developed by using information contained in current staff planning manuals. While the data included in the chapter is based in part on current operational planning factors, this information is designed for instructional use and should not be used as a basis for planning actual combat operations. Actual operations planning must consider the particular circumstances, organization, and historical planning and/or usage factors. 1-2. PERSONNEL DATA a. Daily personnel loss rates (percents) [includes battle loss and disease and nonbattle injuries (DNBI)] [Field Manual (FM) 101-10-1/2, table 4-18, page 4-9]. (1) Offense (fortified zone) Divs, sep mech bde, armored cav regt (ACR) Corps troops and corps spt cmd (COSCOM) (2) Covering force Divs (based on div force strengths) Corps (based on corps strengths) (3) Defense (of sector) Divs, sep mech bde, ACR Corps troops and COSCOM (4) Retirement and delaying action (retrograde) Divs, sep mech bde, ACR in contact Corps troops and COSCOM 1.0 0.4 1.0 0.4 3.5 0.6 1.9 0.5 1.2 0.4 1.2 0.4 1st Day 6.6 0.8 Suc Day 3.5 0.6

Assume that units attached to divisions, separate brigades, and ACRs will be attrited at the same rate as the gaining organization. b. Losses by type (of total losses) (FM 101-10-1/2, table 4-21, page 4-11): Mech/AR Divisions Killed Wounded Missing 18% 72% 10% Corps Troops and COSCOM 16% 84% negligible

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c. Distribution of losses (FM 101-10-1/2, table 4-21, page 4-11): Combat arms All others 92.1% 7.9%

d. Friendly confinement (FM 101-10-1/2, page 4-4): 0.5% e. Enemy prisoner of war (EPW) capture rates (per month) (FM 101-10-1/2, table 4-5, page 4-2): Mech div Armd div Abn div 1.10% of enemy strength 0.80% of enemy strength 0.65% of enemy strength

1-3. HOSPITALIZATION DATA a. Approximately 64 percent of the casualties [wounded in action (WIA) and DNBI] will be returned to duty (RTD) after treatment at unit (level I) and division (level II) medical treatment facilities. About 1 percent will die of wounds at level I and II facilities. b. Approximately 35 percent of the casualties (WIA and DNBI) will require evacuation to corps hospitals (level III). The evacuation policy begins when a patient is admitted to the first corps hospital. 1-4. SUPPLY DATA a. Stockage objectives [expressed in days of supply (DOS)].
Class I II III (pkg) III (bulk) IV V VI VII VIII IX DS 3 3 3 1 2 3 3 1-day battle loss 3 15 GS 7 7 7 3 4 7 7 10 30

b. Planning factors rate and source data. (1) Supply Class
Class I Planning Factors Source

UGR (H&S) 3.160 lb/meal ACES, USAQMS UGR (A) 2.230 lb/meal ACES, USAQMS MRE 2.410 lb/meal ACES, USAQMS Special Purpose 1.400 lb/meal ACES, USAQMS HCP 1 .137 lb/meal ACES, USAQMS HCP 2 .009 lb/meal ACES, USAQMS TAA-07 Ration Computations, Daily Ration Cycle: C—C14 100% MRE + HCP 1 + HCP 2 = 7.38 PPD C15—C29 60% MRE + 40% UGR + HCP 1 + HCP 2 = 7.90 PPD C30—C59 50% MRE + 50% UGR + HCP 1 + HCP 2 = 8.04 PPD
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Supply Class C60—C149 C150—C180 Class II Southwest Asia (SWA) Northeast Asia (NEA)

Planning Factors

Source

30% MRE + 70% UGR = 8.15 PPD 90% UGR + 10% MRE = 8.42 PPD 1.600 PPD 2.200 PPD 0.51 PPD NEA 9.92 PPD Construction (Con) = 3.67; Barrier (Bar) = 6.25 SWA 8.09 PPD Con = 3.80; Bar = 4.29 2.06 PPD Temperate 3.47 PPD Tropic/Arid2 1.77 PPD Arctic2 PPD 0.80 0.94 0.67 0.84 0.53 0.70 0.33 0.53 1.34 Theater MTW-E MTW-W MTW-E MTW-W MTW-E MTW-W MTW-E MTW-W HQ, AMC SB 710-2, Jan 911 CERL, New Engineer School study, dtd Mar 95 w/revision dtd Mar 97

Class III package (IIIp) Class IV

Class VI (after D + 60)

AAFES

Class VIII Division Corps EAC Theater (Joint)

Source Letter, AMEDD Center & School

Water (gallons per day)

ODCSLOG-approved water study, 22 Sep 98 Arid
7.71 0.04 2.05** 1.20 0.01 1.20 0.20 12.41 0.00 1.24 13.65

LADS Only
Universal unit Level I and II medical Central hygiene, shower, & laundry Level III and IV medical Mortuary affairs operations Engineer operations Aircraft maintenance operations Portable water planning factors Nonpotable water planning factors 10% loss factor (potable) Total theater (potable and nonpotable)

Tropic
7.51 0.04 2.05* 1.20 0.01* 1.20* 0.20* 8.75 3.46 0.88 13.09

Temperate
6.01 0.04 2.05* 1.20 0.01 1.20* 0.20* 7.25 3.46 0.73 11.44

Cold
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Mail

1.34 PPD

PERSCOM (FM 12-6)

Notes: 1 Under review at the US Army Materiel Command (AMC). 2 See Army and Air Force Exchange Service (AAFES) ESR 8-4, appendix 8, page A8-1 for theater add-ins after D+180. *Nonpotable. **Contracted at echelons above corps (EAC)—Army provides water. UGR—unitized group rations H&S— MRE—meal, ready to eat HCP—health and comfort pack PPD—pounds/person/day NEA—Northeast Asia SWA—Southwest Asia MTW—major theater of war ACES—

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443 44.919 12.250 6.281 127.204 532 334 430 480 325 601 407 863 16.(2) Class III (bulk) per day.400 103.563 435. 1 AHB JP-8* 81. 155 SP.248 18. 4 BFV.760 316.986 13.981 9.667 113. hvy div FA bn.771 495 580 240 570 430 450 5.426 451. MLRS (3x6) Infantry battalion (mech) Division cavalry sqdn.600 10.523 21.767 20.909 15. MLRS FA bn.823 27. hvy div FA bn.662 154. hvy div Attack hel bn (AH-64) Aviation brigade.961 MOGAS** 2.480 189.242 2.662 689 133 27.752 20.840 91.043 Total 84.574 174. hvy div FA bn. hvy div FA btry.676 140.317 14.656 1.780 19.804 10.552 Division XXI SRC 01300F000 01385F000 05335F000 06365F000 06395F000 07245F100 17285F000 17375F100 44175F000 87000F100 Unit Aviation brigade. 4 BFV.488 353.260 45. MLRS FA bn.451 420.063 30.707 18.614 13.678 10. 5 M1. 5 M1. (a) Unit consumption: MTW-W (NEA) Attack Limited Conversion Division (LCD)/Army of Excellence (AOE) SRC 01300L100 01387A200 01400A300 05335L000 0636SA100 06398L000 06395F000 06705L000 07245L400 07400L100 17285L200 17375L100 17440L100 17440L400 44175L500 44177A000 57000A000 67000A000 77000A000 87000A900 87100L300 87100L400 Unit Aviation brigade. light AR div. mech JP-8* 83.138 11.031 28.046 8.992 19.414 12.822 2. Version 2. 105mm towed Infantry battalion (mech) Separate infantry brigade Division cavalry sqdn.857 46.030 10. corps Engr bn. hvy div Attack hel bn (AH-64) Engr bn.390 MOGAS** 2.577 597 485 13.228 308.438 9.591 Total 86. CGSC/ST101-6/C1/JUL00 1-4 .931 75. OPLOGPLN 2.842 43. 1 AHB Heavy sep brigade.059 187. hvy div Tank battalion (hvy div) Armored cavalry regt (1x6) Armored cavalry regt (1x8) ADA bn.043 176.216 6.454 28.267 75.501 8. hvy div AR div.809 5.433 *JP-8 requirements are a compilation of the JP-8 and diesel figures given in Operations Logistics Planner (OPLOGPLN).187 19.879 2.616 8.345 1.738 29. **Although we recognize the Army is moving toward a single-fuel battlefield (JP-8).449 3.196 19. 155 SP.1.665 325.1 still recognizes the requirement for some MOGAS-consuming equipment. hvy div Tank battalion (hvy div) ADA bn.158 439.437 13. armor Heavy sep brigade.778 532 7.912 7.409 19. hvy div ADA btry (SFV-8/MANPADS) Airborne division Air assault division Infantry division.

0 Attack 87.4 88. hvy div ADA btry (SFV-8/MANPADS) Airborne division Air assault division Infantry division.6 736.3 13.1 11.4 736.0 0.800 gallons 2.6 162.1 31.0 1201.6 162.2 111.0 40.0 CGSC/ST101-6/C1/JUL00 1-5 .5 245. 4 BFV.6 111.7 163. light AR div.0 58.8 0. 5 M1.500 gallons (EAC) 3. Div/sep bde/ACR requirements include all organic weapon systems.500 gallons 1.0 88.5 732.(b) The US Army Combined Arms Support Command (CASCOM) provided the class III (bulk) consumption data from OPLOGPLN 2.9 0.8 12. MLRS FA bn.0 1201.3 22.0 0.0 88.1 31.4 0.1.500 gallons *These represent the rated capacity of the fuel-hauling equipment.1 52.0 3.8 3.6 162. Requirements were determined using CASCOM’s OPLOGPLN 2.6 12.1 11.6 162.7 245.0 6.7 245. LCD/AOE Hasty Prepared Defense Defense 34.000 gallons 5.3 22.3 31.1 159.8 0.7 6.0 17.6 162.1 11.9 84. stated in short tons (STON).0 1201.0 147. For corps troops without a standard requirement code (SRC). 1 AHB Heavy sep brigade. hvy div Tank battalion (hvy div) Armored cavalry regt (1x6) ADA bn. 105mm towed Infantry battalion (mech) Separate infantry brigade Armored cavalry sqdn. Tonnages below were rounded to the nearest ton except for those less than 3 tons.0 147.8 12.5 22. hvy div. (3) Class V per day.0 SRC 01040A000 01387A200 01400A300 05335L000 06365A100 06398L000 06395F000 06705L000 07245L400 07400L100 17285L200 17375L100 17440L100 44175L500 44177A000 57000A000 67000A000 77000A000 87000A900 87100L300 87100L400 Type Unit Aviation brigade.500 gallons 10.6 111.4 490. (c) Class III(b) hauling capacities*: Collapsible drum Tank and pump unit w/trailer HEMTT Railcars (European) C-130 (Bladderbirds) Semitrailer PLS tanker flatrack MTV tanker 500 gallons 1.0 6.2 66. corps Engr bn.6 162.000 or 7.1 159.0 0.8 0.0 7.9 84.1 13.0 159. (3x8) FA btry. use 8 GMD. that can be used to estimate ammunition handling and transportation requirements for a supported force (classroom use only).6 137.3 17. (a) Listed below are projected daily class V requirements (NEA/MTW-W heavy intensity). MLRS FA bn.0 159.6 137.0 147. armor Heavy sep brigade.3 83.4 736.3 12. hvy div Attack hel bn (AH-64) Aviation brigade. mech Delay 87.6 16.1.4 87.3 17. 155 SP.6 137.1 159.500 or 15. Actual capacities will vary slightly due to temperature and terrain conditions. hvy div FA bn.0 159.800 gallons 6.

0 1.9 1.63 1.38 40 .6 1280 19.0 24 .15 16. hvy div AR div.6 19.71 932.9 1.26 .8 Attack 31. 155mm How.0 .6 36.0 58.0 225 9.7 491.0 .16 Attack 49.0 8.04 2.8 Delay 31. hvy div Tank battalion (hvy div) ADA bn.98 18 . use the following: Moderate intensity Light intensity = 65 percent of heavy = 35 percent of heavy (c) The following are required supply rates (RSRs). HE 155mm. For moderate and light intensity. 155mm How.5 11.5 .6 3.6 3.5 12.04 16 1.0 675 9. stated in rounds per weapon per day. DPICM Rkt.0 11.6 19 1.8 88.4 2. 155mm How.54 75 80.5 12 .6 36.63 1.14 . RSRs will vary based on mission.5 .0 11.08 12 20.63 24 1.34 . equipment.7 6. APDS-T 25mm. HE 155mm.1 491. APFSDS-T 120mm.28 .8 7.0 11.08 58.38 .09 . These rates are for heavyintensity combat (NEA) and were obtained from OPLOGPLN 2.3 1.55 7 0.76 18 10 13.9 1000 9.7 6.9 12.8 SRC 01300F000 01385F000 05335F000 06365F000 06395F000 07245F100 17285F000 17375F000 44175F000 87000F100 Type Unit Aviation brigade.0 .11 49.7 491. 5 M1 4 BFV.Division XXI Hasty Prepared Defense Defense 18.6 19. 120mm 120mm mortar How.54 110.0 932.4 88.08 58.54 110. RAMMS 155mm. Basic Hasty Prepared Load Defense Defense 425 26.75 Hellfire (AT) TOW TOW Mine.71 552. hvy div Attack hel bn (AH-64) Engr bn. CGSC/ST101-6/C1/JUL00 1-6 .5 .55 .16 (d) The previous ammunition expenditure rates are provided for classroom purposes and may not be appropriate for all combat operations.16 Ammo Type 25mm.03 . terrain.76 13.11 135 22.8 11. MICLIC DODIC A986 A986 A975 A975 B129 C787 C380 C379 D514 D544 D563 D579 H104 H164 PV55 PV18 PV18 K045 M913 Wpn System CFV(M3) IFV (M2) CFV (M3) IFV (M2) AH-64 Tank.0 19.5 .6 3.38 .6 13. XM87.15 11. HEIT 30mm.0 49. MLRS Infantry battalion (mech) Division cavalry sqdn.71 932.0 11.7 6.8 40.98 .5 . APDS-T 25mm.11 49.6 31. RAP MLRS.8 88. apply the percentages provided in para (3)(b).0 40 . troops.04 2. HEIT 25mm. HEAT 120mm.2 11.6 11.0 .6 11. 2.0 16. hvy div FA bn. that can be used to determine supportability of selected ammunition items.98 .1. 1 AHB (b) To estimate requirements for moderate and light intensity.01 .8 11.9 12. hvy div FA bn.0 16.85 36.9 38 . HE. 120mm Tank. HEDP 120mm.55 . and time available (METT-T).7 3.8 11. Volcano Demo kit. 155mm MLRS AH-64 AH-64 CFV (M3) IFV (M2) Volcano MICLIC Delay 49.7 327.9 49.6 3.76 13. DPICM (HE) 155mm. 155 SP.7 110.

574 637 367 1. 1-7 . Defense Nonrepairable Repairable 15 85 Offense 20 80 Delay/Cov Force 25 75 Out of Contact 10 90 c. Total (approximate) vehicles per unit. Item Tank M2/M3 Arty sys Atk hel Cgo hel Spt sys Defense 1st day Suc/day 20 20 10 30 20 15 25 15 10 25 20 15 Offense 1st day Suc/day 25 25 10 30 20 15 25 20 10 25 20 15 Delay/Cov Force 1st day Suc/day 25 20 10 30 20 15 25 20 10 25 20 15 Out of Contact Each Day 5 5 5 5 5 5 b.618 1. Repair estimations (of repairable items) except helicopter (percent). Helicopter repair estimates (for repairable items) (percents). Equipment loss rates (percent). Category Evac to TA AVIM unit Repair onsite (BDAR) Repair at AVUM (24 hr) Repair at AVIM (72 hr) All Conditions 20 20 30 30 1-6.817 1. TRANSPORTATION DATA a. Loss category (of total losses) (percent). Data is compiled for instructional purposes only. Category Evacuate to TA maintenance units Repair onsite (organizational/BDAR) Repair at DS Repair at DS (backup) Defense 35 20 25 20 Delay 40 20 20 20 Offense 30 20 20 30 Out of Contact 20 30 30 20 d.673 0 722 102 7 0 69 0 Aircraft 0 127 127 97 0 0 26 15 0 5 24 3. Wheeled Corps HHC Armd div Mech div LID Corps arty (4 FA bdes) ADA bde MI gp Sig bde Chem bde MP gp CGSC/ST101-6/C1/JUL00 Tracked 3 1.103 305 335 Judgment calls were required in counting vehicles that were capable of long-distance road marching.603 3.661 1.1-5. MATERIEL LOSS DATA a.

8 65.131 222 726 664 163 502 904 939 1.8 29.9 12.8 79. forklifts.0 81. (d) The night march (40 VPK) was planned with a 25-meter vehicle interval. etc.7 20. rate of march of 10 MPH (16.103 896 374 No of Serials 5 5 6 2 4 4 1 3 5 5 6 2 4 4 1 3 3 3 3 5 5 2 No of MUs 30 30 37 7 24 22 5 16 30 31 37 7 24 21 5 16 19 17 12 36 30 12 *Denotes a four-battalion brigade.0 101.8 29.8 124.0 83.1 67.1 18.7 124. Vehicles that would probably or normally move by lowbed (bulldozers.9 51.5 100.8 25.1 150.3 12.8 40. Corps LCD/AOE march computations.7 129.6 70. and a serial time gap of 5 minutes. and a serial time gap of 5 minutes.0 97. an MU time gap of 2 minutes.1 59.18 KMPH).1 80.7 155.particularly in the area of engineer equipment and materials handling equipment (MHE).2 42.1 57. (c) The day march (10 VPK) was planned with the same data as the 20 VPK march except the vehicle interval was increased to 100 meters.5 100.6 9.09 KMPH).8 65.1 18.6 51. (a) MUs include from 30 to 33 vehicles. Division bands are not listed because they have no organic vehicles.4 Day March (10 VPK) Road Space PST (km) (hr:min) 4:30 4:30 5:36 1:04 3:33 3:18 :44 2:27 4:30 4:40 5:36 1:04 3:33 3:15 :44 2:27 2:53 2:34 1:51 5:26 4:29 1:48 124.4 123.4 32. an MU time gap of 2 minutes.5 48.2 89.6 9.6 31. (1) Number of serials roughly equates to battalion equivalents and contains from three to seven march units (MUs).9 49.5 41.3 15.7 6.4 32.5 40.5 29 6.2 91.) were not counted.5 50.7 155.6 33.4 20.8 16. Day March (20 VPK) Road Space PST (km) (hr:min) 3:08 3:08 3:54 :44 2:29 2:18 :30 1:42 3:08 3:15 3:54 :44 2:29 2:15 :30 1:42 2:00 1:46 1:17 3:46 3:07 1:14 81.6 81.1 67.7 Unit/Convoy Armd Div 1 Bde 2 Bde 3 Bde* CAB DIVARTY HHC/div trps Cav sqdn DISCOM Mech Div 1 Bde 2 Bde 3 Bde* CAB DIVARTY HHC/div trps Cav sqdn DISCOM Corps Assets FA bde (155/203) FA bde (MLRS) MI gp Sig bde Avn bde Chem bde No of Vehicles 904 904 1. a rate of march of 20 MPH (32. (2) Pass times (PSTs) = road space x 60 + EXTAL rate FM 55-15 CGSC/ST101-6/C1/JUL00 1-8 .1 21.5 22.5 40. b.0 45.1 21.5 29. (b) The day march [20 vehicles per kilometer (VPK)] was planned with a vehicle interval of 50 meters.8 101.5 Night March (40 VPK) Road Space PST (km) (hr:min) 3:08 3:08 3:54 :44 2:29 2:18 :30 1:42 3:08 3:15 3:54 :44 2:29 2:15 :30 1:42 2:00 1:46 1:17 3:46 3:07 1:14 40.131 222 725 657 163 502 591 523 374 1.2 42.9 50.

available for daily operations include: 1. 2. particularly in its earliest stages. and hostile activity that may affect the rate of march. (d) One-way distance that cargo is to be hauled from which round-trip mileage may be computed as follows: 1. Line-haul—144 km (90 miles) one way per operating shift. (e) Average number of km (miles) covered in an hour. the following factors are used in motor transport planning to compute vehicle and truck company requirements: (a) Average number of assigned task vehicles not in maintenance and. (2) When specific data are not available. general planning factors should be used with caution and only in the absence of specific data on the local situation. (c) Daily round-trips a vehicle averages (these vary with running and delay times) include: 1. must often be based on broad planning factors and assumptions. (6) Clearance time = time distance (TDIS) + PST. (b) Anticipated payload per vehicle. (TDIS = distance/rate) (7) Time distance = distance/rate of march. (1) Motor transport planning. Previously.05 km of road gap during the day and 4. (5) Road gaps between convoys (not shown in the previous calculations) will be planned using a 15-minute time gap that results in 8. The same procedure applies for total PST. therefore.02 km at night. vehicle payload was classified as being either off-road or highway.(3) Road space = number of vehicles + time gaps x rate density 60 FM 55-15 (4) Extra time allowance (EXTAL) is calculated as one minute for every 25 vehicles. c. (Note: Under road conditions. Local haul—32 km (20 miles) one way per trip. Total road space for a division can thus be obtained by adding the PST for the division’s subordinate convoys as listed and adding in the road gaps between convoys. Operational short range—83 percent (maximum sustained effort. the type of load carried. use only for all-out effort and then only for a period of less than 30 days). 2. are listed below. Local haul—four per day (two per operating shift). 2. Line-haul—two per day (one per operating shift). However. adding in the convoy time gaps. not only the surface must be considered but also terrain. General planning factors. including short halts during the period of movement. because of the varied services performed. Long-range planning—75 percent. The off-road payload factor will be used for 2 1/2-ton and 5-ton cargo trucks only. weather.) CGSC/ST101-6/C1/JUL00 1-9 . and the varied terrain features over which motor transport operations are conducted. The planning factor or allowable load for highway operations exceeded those loads for off-road operations.

(f) Turnaround time—time consumed in round-trip movement. daily lift is that which it can move in a day. and a trail element. May be part of your deception plan. 2. Poor roads—16 km (10 miles) in the hour. 4. (b) Serial—major subdivision of a march column. Truck tractors in semitrailer relay operations—1 hour per relay (round-trip per line- 1-10 . Semitrailers—2. Ten vehicles for 100 meters. Reduces traffic density. 2. This type of move is controlled through logistics channels. Vehicles 50 to 100 meters apart. Maximum security and dispersion. Traffic density is approximately 30 vehicles per km. (c) Infiltration—best passive defense. (3) Types of road marches: (a) Administrative—enemy action not expected. a main body. Major elements of the main body are called serials. making a number of trips. Used to maintain unit integrity and task organization. 2. such as mess halts and ferrying operations that can be anticipated but are not included in the rate of march/miles in the hour. (i) Unit lift and daily lift—unit lift is the amount of cargo a truck company can move at one time. Each column has a head (sets the pace). recovery. Good roads—32 km (20 miles) in the hour. (4) Types of march columns: (a) Close—normally used during limited visibility or during hours of darkness.5 hours’ loading and unloading time per round-trip. A battalion-sized unit normally forms a serial. (b) Open—daylight. Fifteen vehicles per km for 50-meter vehicle separation. (c) March unit—subdivision of a serial. Approximately 25 meters’ vehicle separation. evacuation. Moves/halts under a single commander’s control. 3. (5) March organization: (a) March column—all elements using the same route for a single movement under a single commander’s control. haul leg). must be included in delay time. CGSC/ST101-6/C1/JUL00 Straight trucks—2. and unscheduled refueling. including delays. (Time for halts and delays en route. Container transporters—1. (d) Trail party—follows the march column. Round-the-clock (two shifts)—20 hours. usually a company-sized unit.5 hours’ loading and unloading time per round-trip. medical aid. One shift—10 hours. (j) Ton miles and passenger miles—the product of the number of tons or passengers times the number of miles moved. regulation.) 1. (b) Tactical—occurs when enemy contact is likely. (h) Number of hours per day in which vehicles with drivers are normally employed include: 1.5 hours’ loading and unloading time per round-trip.1. Performs emergency vehicle repair. This type of movement is controlled through operations channels. Twelve vehicles/km for 75 meters. (g) Delay—time consumed in loading/unloading and relay time in line-haul relay operations. A single unit under one commander for planning. and control.

(i) Time gap—time measured between the rear and front of successive vehicles of elements as they move past any given point. may use road guides or signs. Must be recognizable. not a hill or sharp curve. Expressed in kilometers per hour (KMPH). (8) Time factors: (a) Arrival time—when the head of a column reaches a designated point. including gaps in the column. (c) Completion time—when the last vehicle of a column passes the RP.(6) March column control: (a) Start point (SP)—common point for starting movement. Normally. (h) TDIS—time a column requires to move from one point to another at a given rate of march. (d) PST = (number of vehicles x 60)/(traffic density x speed). (9) Calculations: (a) Rate = distance/time. (c) Check point (CP)—used as a reference for providing instructions or places where timing may be critical. inclusive. It allows for rapid dispersion. (e) PST—time between the moment the first vehicle passes a given point and the moment the last vehicle passes the same point. (g) Rate of march—average number of kilometers traveled in any given period of time. (c) Time = distance/rate. (7) Distance factors: (a) Vehicle interval—space between two consecutive vehicles. the head vehicle moving from the SP to the RP. To this figure add EXTAL and time gaps between march elements. (d) EXTAL—usually 1 minute for 25 vehicles is allocated above the calculated PST of a column moving under one identification serial number. (c) Traffic density—average number of VPK. Same characteristics as the SP. (b) Distance = rate x time. See FM 55-15. (f) Road gap—distance between two march elements. measured from front to rear. (e) Speed—actual velocity of a vehicle at a given moment as shown on the speedometer. No unit should countermarch or cross the path of another unit after RP. (d) Length of a column—length of roadway occupied by a column. one following the other on the same route. pages 3-54 through 3-57. Actions must be taken to ensure uninterrupted movement. (d) Critical point—determined from route reconnaissance or map study. (b) Clearance time—when the tail of a column passes a designated point. (b) Release point (RP)—common point for reverting to control of their parent unit. CGSC/ST101-6/C1/JUL00 1-11 . (f) Pace—regulated speed of a column or element set by the lead vehicle to maintain the prescribed average speed. including short periodic halts and delays. (b) Column gap—space between two organized elements. far enough from assembly area to allow units to be at prescribed march rate when they cross. (g) Road clearance time—total time a column requires to travel over and clear a section of road.

5 (off-road) 4 (on-road) 5 (off-road) 6 (on-road) Total STON Cargo Moved Per Day 450 720 900 1.600/1.880 344 13.350. Vehicles Available (75% of total authorized) Light truck company (2 1/2-ton truck) Light truck company (5-ton truck) Medium truck company (cargo) Flatbed breakbulk transporter (221/2-ton trailer)(M871) Medium truck company (cargo) Flatbed breakbulk/transporter (34-ton trailer)(M872) Medium truck company (petroleum) (5.700 45 45 22 5.d.120/560 CGSC/ST101-6/C1/JUL00 1-12 .620 6.000 gal 7.500-gallon tanker) Medium truck company (reefer) (71/2-ton reefer van) Medium truck company (PLS) (cl V) (all other classes of supply) Heavy truck company (70-ton trailer) (40-STON gen cgo or 1 tank per transport) Light-medium truck company (5T cgo) (221/2-ton trailer) 45 45 Average STON/Veh Carried Per Trip 2.500 gal 6 14 11 40 1 tank 40 5 15 4 4 3.960 900.150 3. Trips 4/2 4/2 4/2 4/2 4/2 Passengers 3. Vehicles Available (75% of total authorized) Light truck company (2 1/2-ton truck) Light truck company (5-ton truck) Medium trk (22 1/2-ton trailer)* Light-medium truck company (5-ton cgo) (22 1/2-ton trailer)* *Emergency only. Table 1-2.760 760 480 45 36 36 86* 86 38 8 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 *HET planning factor is 90-percent operationally ready. For planning purposes.000-gallon tanker) (7. Unit Passenger Capability Estimates—Local Hauls/Line-Hauls (Vehicle availability x passengers per vehicle x trips per day = passenger capability per day) No. Trips 4 4 45 15 4 2.080 No.168 2. Table 1-1.000 gal 1. 45 45 45 45 8 Average Passengers Carried Per Trip 20/16 20/18 35/35 20/16 35/35 No.600/1. Unit and vehicle capability estimates.300/3. Unit Tonnage Capability Estimates—Local Hauls (Vehicle availability x average tons per vehicle x trips per day = STON capability per day) No.000 gal 1. and in the absence of other specific operational data.400 1.600/1. motor transport unit capability estimates based on tables of organization and equipment (TOE) capabilities are shown in tables 1-1 through 1-4.032 3.440 3.080 4.

000 675. Specific cl V. Air system loads may reach max weight allowance before filling all stations. Note: 463L air cargo pallets are 108 L x 88" W with max load of 4.500-gallon tanker) Medium truck company (reefer)(71/2-ton reefer van) Heavy truck company (70-ton trailer) (1 tank per transport) Medium truck company (PLS) (cl V) Light-medium truck company (5-ton cargo) (221/2-ton trailer) *HET planning factor 90-percent operationally ready.000 7. and characteristics of Army helicopters. barrier.016 380 240 No.980 450. or cl IX pallets may differ. To determine movement characteristics of US Air Force aircraft.Table 1-3. Trips 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 Table 1-4. Cargo Space Dimensions and Maximum Cargo Weights Model Nomenclature (inches) Length (inches) Width Pallets Number of (STON) Weight Ground Systems M 989A1 HEMAT trailer M 977/985 HEMTT truck PLS PLS flatrack 240 M 871 22.85 STON.000-gallon tanker) (7. Highway and rail movement. Table 1-5 provides data on moving units by highway and rail. CGSC/ST101-6/C1/JUL00 1-13 .500 6 40 1 tank 14 5 15 Total STON Cargo Moved Per Day 225 450 1. 45 45 45 45 45 45 45 86* 86* 36 38 8 Average STON/Veh Carried Per Trip 21/2 5 15 22 5.5-ton trailer M 872 34-ton trailer 484 348 216 216 96 10 90 90 18 90 90 11 14 34 8 8 22.5 11 11 (Number of pallets based on 40" x 48" standard wooden pallets.350 1. Vehicles Available (75% of total authorized) Light truck company (21/2-ton truck) Light truck company (5-ton truck) Medium truck company (cargo)(221/2-ton flatbed breakbulk/transporter) Medium truck company flatbed breakbulk/ transporter (34-ton trailer) Medium truck company (petroleum) (5.) Air Systems See aircraft characteristics for information. e. Unit Tonnage Capability Estimates—Line-Hauls (Vehicle availability x average tons per vehicle x trips per day = STON capability per day) No.000 540 6. refer to Student Text (ST) 100-2.880 172 2.

880 JP-4 18 5.250 10.400 JP-4 13 7. It is the difference between “maximum allowable gross weight” and the “basic weight.266 362 920 135 22. crew. Aircraft Characteristics and Capabilities Aircraft Crew External Cargo Max external load Max rescue hoist Winch capacity OH-58C AH-58D UH-1H UH-60A 2 2 2 3 UH-60L 3 AH-1S AH-64A/D CH-47D CH-46E CH-53E C-130E/H 2 2 4 C-141B C-17A 4.200 150 1+30 1+45 2+00 2+00 0 3+30 8+30 36 93 140 JP-4/5/8 JP-4/5/8 JP-4/5/8 0 0 1 2+00 2+00 7+00 0 400 300 JP-4/5/8 JP-4/5/8 3 2 JP-4/5 6 JP-4 6 4. and fuel consumption are only representative of the aircraft shown.000 22.500 1.000 600 8.000 6.100 262 0 120 2+00 0 110 JP-4/5/8 0 17.000 600 16. Actual endurance and fuel consumption vary widely with the altitude.800 1.300 12.800 650 0 130 35.000 11. mission.400 3. **The load-carrying capability of an aircraft.000 600 28.000 x 90 *Aircraft subsystem configuration will determine troop seat availability.300 73 0 110 9.Table 1-5.030 2. gross weight.984 9.000 x 60 3.900 361 920 135 2+00 8+00 145 JP-4/5/8 0 50.100 2.900 4. It includes the payload.500 7.400 73 0 100 2+00 0 33 JP-4/5/8 0 5.000 600 9.500 11. temperature.100 140 24.200 1.000 600 3000 Passengers (PAX) Troop seats* Litters Paratroopers 2 0 0 0 8 6 0 13 4 0 13 UH-60Q 6 0 0 0 33 24 24+ 18 10 0 56 30 0 91 74 64 186 103 110 170 135 102 Operational Characteristics Maximum allowable gross weight (lbs) Basic weight (lbs) Useful load (lbs)** Internal fuel capacity (gal) External/auxiliary capacity (gal) Normal cruising speed (knots)*** Endurance at cruising speed (hrs+mins) Internal tanks External/auxiliary tanks Fuel consumption per hr (gal)*** Grade of fuel Max number of 463L pallets Takeoff ground run (ft): max gross weight Landing roll (ft): max air combat load Min wartime runway [length X width] (ft) 3. and usable fuel and oil required for the mission.700 2.600 1. and airspeed at which the aircraft is being operated. airspeed.000 172.650 9.000 x 90 5.000 11.100 224 150 100 20.000 70.000 45. CGSC/ST101-6/C1/JUL00 1-14 .900 2.000 600 3000 9.000 362 920 135 2+00 8+00 145 JP-4/5/8 1 10.500 27.900 3.” ***Endurance.500 4.100 3.

.... ........................................................................................... ......... ......... On the right side of the organizational chart is the map symbol for the unit. . and mobility for personnel and finance units normally found in the communications zone (COMMZ) and corps rear.......... 2-2 2-3 2-4 2-5 2-6 2-7 2-8 2-9 2-10 2-11 2-12 2-13 2-14 CGSC/ST101-6/C2/JUL00 2-1 ................... .......... ......... ....... ........ basis of assignment.................................. ......................................................... Title Personnel Units Theater Personnel Command (PERSCOM) Organization Replacement Battalion Organization Personnel Group (PG) Personnel Services Battalion (PSB) Personnel Detachment (PD) Postal Company Replacement Company Army Band Finance Units Finance Command (FC) Finance Group (FG) Finance Battalion (FB) Finance Detachment (FD) Press Camp Headquarters SRC Number Page 12602L200 12606L000 12402L000 12426L000 12427L100 12423L000 12407L000 12113L000 14612L000 14412L000 14426L000 14423L000 45423L000 ... capabilities............CHAPTER 2 THEATER AND CORPS PERSONNEL SERVICE SUPPORT UNITS This chapter summarizes the missions.................................................................................................................................... These units are normally located in theater army area command (TAACOM) areas or with other COSCOM units in the corps rear and some of the companies and detachments in the division rear area........... ............. .......... ...................... The major items of organic equipment are also listed for each unit..............................

In the staff role. Capabilities: The theater PERSCOM commands a headquarters (HQ). postal companies. Mobility: Unit is 40-percent mobile. Both positions encompass different responsibilities and have separate manpower requirements. PERSCOM. and may command a theater-level personnel group (PG). a band. Mission: The theater PERSCOM mission is to sustain personnel readiness and command and control assigned theater-level personnel units. Basis of Allocation: One per theater. The theater PERSCOM commander also serves as the theater adjutant general (AG). The theater PERSCOM may also command personnel services battalions (PSBs). FM 12-16. In the command role. the theater AG functions as a theater army (TA) staff member.Theater PERSCOM Organization SRC 12602L200 PERSCOM Commander XX PERSCOM IG Command Group PAO Chief of Staff S1 S2/3 S4 Pers Ops Dir* PSD* Repl Dir* Postal Dir* HHC Plans & Ops LongRange Plans Ops Plans Inspections Pers Sys Pers Acts CAS Rqmts Ops Cbt Arms Br CS Br CSS Br OPMD Theater Acctg Pers Automation Field Sys Actions Awards & Dec Casualty Proc CAS Ops & Estim MIA/USPW CAS Rcds * Key elements make up the theater Personnel Management Center (PMC). and direct support (DS) replacement companies when there is no PG at theater level to service echelon-above-corps (EAC) units that are not part of the TAACOM. the commander operates on the same plane as other theater major subordinate unit commanders. It manages critical personnel systems and synchronizes personnel network operations throughout the theater. Major Pieces of Equipment: None of significance. CGSC/ST101-6/C2/JUL00 2-2 . Reference: FM 12-6.

Mobility: Unit is approximately 30-percent mobile (without replacements). Major Pieces of Equipment: None of significance. It also coordinates transportation and life support requirements beyond the capability of the replacement operations in a DS role. Capabilities: Commands and controls two to six assigned replacement companies.Replacement Battalion Organization SRC 12606L000 II Replacement Battalion REPL HHD GS Replacement Co (2 to 6 Repl Co) Mission: The theater replacement battalion manages the process of moving replacements within the theater of operations. The replacement battalion commands and controls replacement companies. It provides replacement allocation decisions to general support (GS) replacement companies based on fill plans from the theater PERSCOM. Reference: FM 12-6. Basis of Allocation: One per theater. CGSC/ST101-6/C2/JUL00 2-3 .

The PG commander also serves as the corps AG. Major Pieces of Equipment: None of significance. replacement companies. In the staff capacity. In the command capacity. and the corps band. The PG manages critical military personnel systems and synchronizes the corps personnel network. the PG commander operates on the same plane as other corps major subordinate unit commanders. PSBs. CGSC/ST101-6/C2/JUL00 2-4 . Reference: FM 12-6. the AG operates as part of the corps staff. Mission: The PG’s mission is to sustain corps or TAACOM personnel readiness and command and control assigned personnel units. Functions as a theater PERSCOM when the corps is operating independently.Personnel Group (PG) SRC 12402L000 III Personnel Group PERS Deputy Commander Dpty AG/ Pers Ops Div * S1 PSB Personnel Readiness Management Staff Actions S2/3 DS Repl Co S4 Band Personnel Automation * Number of assigned/attached units may vary. Mobility: Unit is 30-percent mobile. These two positions encompass different responsibilities and require separate manpower. Capabilities: Commands and controls the HQ detachment. Basis of Allocation: One per corps and one per TAACOM.

and Army civilians. promotions and reductions. and personnel information management systems. Reference: FM 12-6. personnel evaluations. provides direct military personnel support to all units within a designated support area. Capabilities: On a 24-hour basis using two shifts. soldiers.Personnel Services Battalion (PSB) SRC 12426L000 II PSB Personnel Services Battalion Postal Company Personnel Detachment (2 to 6 Pers Dets) Mission: The PSB’s mission is to operate the DS dimension of the personnel information and casualty management systems and to provide essential personnel services to commanders. Mobility: Unit is 50-percent mobile. and soldier actions. CGSC/ST101-6/C2/JUL00 2-5 . Major Pieces of Equipment: None of significance. Basis of Allocation: One per three to six PDs. officer procurement. casualty operations management. The PSB commander also serves as personnel officer to synchronize information between and among units (G1s/S1s). The PSB commands and controls personnel detachments (two to six) and a modular postal company. The PSB is also responsible for identification documents. The PSB is responsible for critical tasks associated with the database management of the personnel accounting and strength reporting (PASR).

Mobility: Unit is 50-percent mobile.000 soldiers and civilians. and other soldier actions. identification documents.Personnel Detachment (PD) SRC 12427L100 Personnel Detachment PD HQ Pers Info & Systems Pers Mgmt & Actions Mission: The PD’s mission is to provide the DS dimension of the personnel information and casualty management systems and to provide essential personnel services to commanders. soldiers. CGSC/ST101-6/C2/JUL00 2-6 .000 soldiers and civilians. promotions and reductions. personnel evaluations. Capabilities: Provides personnel support on an area basis. soldiers. The detachment is a modular structure designed to support up to 6. Major Pieces of Equipment: None of significance. using two shifts. The PD manages the PASR database management. and civilians. officer procurement. and casualty operations management systems. Basis of Allocation: One personnel detachment per 6.000 soldiers and civilians. Reference: FM 12-6. personnel information management. A team from each section can be combined to provide support for up to 2. 24 hours a day. The PD also provides the following essential services to commanders. and Army civilians: soldier readiness processing (SRP).

distribute mail to organizations.000 soldiers. break down. Postal services platoons provide postal services to organizations. or changed taskorganization mail. Reference: FM 12-6. dispatch outgoing mail. Capabilities: Postal operations platoons receive mail at points of entry. and redirect intratheater mail. direct. and provide directory service to supported organizations. break down bulk mail to organizations. Tailored to meet mission requirements: two to six operations and/or services postal platoons. Operations are 50-percent mobile (without mail). arrange for transportation of both incoming and outgoing mail to and from postal services platoons. CGSC/ST101-6/C2/JUL00 2-7 . provide postal finance services when required. operate a casualty mail directory at corps/TAACOM or theater level. distribute. and direct bulk mail.Postal Company SRC 12423L000 I Postal Company POSTAL Postal Operations Platoon Finance & Support Platoon Mission: The postal company’s mission is to provide postal support to all individuals and units in the theater of operations. Mobility: Services are 100-percent mobile (without mail). provide international mail exchange. direct EPW mail. missent. provide accountable mail service. process. dispatch outgoing mail. Basis of Allocation: One per PSB or 36. Major Pieces of Equipment: None of significance. and redirect casualty. provide a central directory service for individuals and units.

coordinates replacement transportation (DS replacement company). Provides support on an area basis. limited supply. encampment. Each platoon can control up to 100 replacements per day. Capabilities: On a 24-hour basis. and processes replacements in a GS or DS role. Reference: FM 12-6. and by-name personnel accounting for replacement personnel. this unit provides food service. Companies in a GS role process replacements at the theater level. CGSC/ST101-6/C2/JUL00 2-8 . Basis of Allocation: One per 400 replacements processed per day or major fraction thereof. command and control. Mobility: Approximately 50-percent mobile (without replacements). Major Pieces of Equipment: None of significance. in two shifts.Replacement Company SRC 12407L000 I Replacement Company REPL Operations Section Supply Section Replacement Platoons (2 to 6 Repl Platoons) Mission: Commands and controls replacement platoons.

and corps. CGSC/ST101-6/C2/JUL00 2-9 . GS—TA. TAACOM. unit esprit. and civil-military relations in support of military operations. installation. Capabilities: Augments local security forces (MPs) by performing command post security.Army Band SRC 12113L000 I Army Band BAND Add chevrons if corps/theater level HQ Low Brass Group High Brass Group Woodwind Group Rhythm Group Mission: Provides music that promotes troop morale. and DS— division. Mobility: Unit is 75-percent mobile. Reference: FM 12-6. all-source production section security. Major Pieces of Equipment: None of significance. and mobilization station. augments local security forces when combat intensity reaches the point at which the band’s music mission is impractical. Basis of Allocation: National support—special bands. and perimeter security for the division EPW central collecting point and EPW holding area.

travel. Reference: FM 14-7. Capabilities: Provides policy and technical advice to all finance units in the theater. The FC commands and controls all finance battalions (FBs) not assigned to a finance group (FG). and provides accounting.Finance Command (FC) SRC 14612L000 X Finance Command Internal Control Section HHC S1/S4 S2/S3 Centralized Operations Division Finance & Accounting Policy Div Finance * Battalion Central Funding Branch Disbursing Branch Central Commercial Accts Br Travel Branch * When FBs are assigned to an FC (2 to 6 FBs). and commercial accounts to the theater. provides funding support. Mission: Provides finance support to all Army joint and combined commands. Major Pieces of Equipment: None of significance. and policy and technical guidance to all finance units in theater. coordinates finance support requirements within the theater. Basis of Allocation: One per theater of operations. Mobility: Unit is 50-percent mobile. CGSC/ST101-6/C2/JUL00 2-10 .

Major Pieces of Equipment: None of significance. travel.Finance Group (FG) SRC 14412L000 Finance Group Internal Control Section III HHD S1 S2/S3 S4 Disbursing & Funding Division Pay & Examination Division Finance * Battalion ** Nonappropriated Accounting Travel Branch Commercial Accounts Branch Foreign *** National Pay Br ** Accounting * Two or more assigned. The FG has a security augmentation requirement. Reference: FM 14-7. Capabilities: Commands and controls two or more FBs located within the corps or TAACOM area of operations (AO). *** Requires TOE augmentation. Mobility: Unit is 60-percent mobile. ** When required and staffed by TDA assets. commercial vendor and contractual payments. disbursing. The FG is a major subordinate command (MSC) of the corps/TAACOM. units. CGSC/ST101-6/C2/JUL00 2-11 . Basis of Allocation: One per corps or TAACOM. fund control. including military pay. Mission: Provides finance support to all joint and combined commands. and individuals within a corps/TAACOM boundary. Provides finance support. and limited accounting.

Capabilities: Commands and controls two to six FDs. CGSC/ST101-6/C2/JUL00 2-12 . Supports commercial vendor services. and individuals in a given geographic area. Basis of Allocation: One per two to six FDs. Mission: Provides centralized finance support on a general or direct (GS/DS) basis to commanders.Finance Battalion (FB) SRC 14426L000 II Finance Battalion HQ Section Internal Control Section Disbursing Section Operations Section Military Pay Section * Travel Finance Detachment (2 to 6 Fin Dets) * Requires TOE augmentation. Reference: FM 14-7. Supports 12. units. and finance database maintenance. Mobility: Unit is 60-percent mobile. funding.000 soldiers.000 to 36. military pay. disbursing. activities. Major Pieces of Equipment: None of significance.

000 soldiers supported per detachment.000 soldiers. Major Pieces of Equipment: None of significance. Mobility: Unit is 60-percent mobile. disbursing/funding support.Finance Detachment (FD) SRC 14423L000 Finance Detachment Control Team Finance Services Section Military Pay Ops Team Finance Support Team # 1 Finance Support Team # 2 Mission: Provides finance support to an assigned AO. Basis of Allocation: One per 6. Capabilities: Provides military pay support. CGSC/ST101-6/C2/JUL00 2-13 . Reference: FM 14-7. Can support up to 6. commercial vendor services. and database maintenance support to an assigned area. Its primary mission is to fund imprest fund cashiers and class A agents.

still photographic. and joint operations. Provides news briefings and press conferences. TAACOM. messing.Press Camp Headquarters SRC 45423L000 Press Camp HQ PRESS Command Section Briefing Section Escort Section Audiovisual Products Section Mission: Provides press camp services and facilities to accredited media representatives and provides public information/command information services [with augmentation from mobile public affairs detachments (MPADs)] in support of combined. Oversees or implements the command information program when augmented by an MPAD and directed by the command PAO. billeting. or corps. and audiovisual products public affairs offices (PAOs) and MPADs generate. Major Pieces of Equipment: None of significance. Reference: FM 46-1. unified command. Acts as a clearinghouse for electronic print. and transportation. Mobility: Unit is 100-percent mobile. Provides escort control/support for media personnel when augmented by MPADs or other attached personnel as required. unified. Basis of Allocation: One per TA. CGSC/ST101-6/C2/JUL00 2-14 . Capabilities: Implements the media accreditation program in accordance with (IAW) current directives as required. Coordinates logistic support for media personnel that may entail communications.

.................................................... and mobility for selected CSS units normally found in the corps rear....3-5 08485L000 ......................... Nondiv (DS) Explosive Ordnance Disposal Control Team (EODCT) Ordnance Missile Support Company............. Medical Evacuation Bn Medical Company.............................................................................................................3-18 43209L000 ..3-15 09484L000 .. Corps Medical Group............................3-32 ........3-22 (see pg 3-23)....3-31 ..........................................3-3 63531LA00 ...3-34 .... Ammo....3-11 08458L000 .................. groups.............3-13 08447L000 .................................... Petrl Pl & Tml Op Battalion QM Petroleum Pl & Tml Op Company Petroleum Supply Company (GS) QM Light Airdrop (AD) Supply Company QM Heavy Airdrop Supply Company Airdrop Equip Repair and Supply Company QM Field Service Company (DS) QM Supply Company (GS) QM Repair Parts Supply Company QM Heavy Materiel Supply Company (GS) QM Supply Company (DS) SRC Number Page 63412L000 ...... Air Ambulance Medical Company... Ammo........... Title HQ..........................................................................................3-24 ...................................................... capabilities............. The major items of organic equipment are also listed for each unit...... Logistics (Fwd) Combat Support Hospital (CSH) Medical Battalion.........3-16 09433L000 ..................3-12 08466L000 ............................................................... Corps Corps Forward Surgical Team (FST) Medical Battalion..3-25 ............. Intermediate Maintenance (DS) Hvy Corps Ordnance Msl Maint Augmentation Teams (DS) Quartermaster Units HHC.................3-35 CGSC/ST101-6/C3/JUL00 3-1 .......... Map symbols appear with the organizational charts............................3-6 08705L000 ...........................3-27 ....3-4 08518LA00 ............. Ground Ambulance Ordnance Units Ordnance Company............... and battalions) are not listed since they perform only a command and control function and have no capability or major equipment in and of themselves.......................................................................................... DS (PLS/MOADS) Ordnance Company...............................3-17 09633L000 ............................................................3-4 08432L000 ........ Corps Support Command (COSCOM) COSCOM SATCOM Spt Tm Medical Units Medical Bde. Area Support (ASMC) Medical Company............ Area Support (ASMB) Medical Company..............3-33 ......CHAPTER 3 CORPS CSS UNITS This chapter summarizes the missions.................................. Holding HHD....3-28 ....3-29 ........3-21 09428L000 ..3-14 08449A000 ............3-10 08457A000 .............................................. Most of the HQ units (brigades.................................... basis of assignment..................3-8 08455L000 ......... Ammo (PLS/MOADS)(TSA) Ordnance (Maint) Company................. Corps aviation units that support logistic operations are also included in this chapter.3-3 08422A100 ........................................................3-23 10416L000 10417L000 10427L000 10443L000 10643L000 10449L100 42414L000 42418L000 42419L000 42427L100 42447L000 ..............3-19 09527LA00 ....................................................... (PLS/MOADS)(CSA) Ordnance Company...........3-30 ........

.....................................................................3-50 55580LA00 ...............................3-38 55718L200 55728L100 55727L100 55727L200 55728L300 55739L100 55739L200 55719L100 55817L100 55817L200 55819L000 55827L000 .........3-37 10570LC00 ................3-43 ................................................. LD..........................................................3-50 55580LA00 .........3-47 ..............3-44 ......... LB.....................................3-46 ........3-54 CGSC/ST101-6/C3/JUL00 3-2 .........................3-39 ..................3-46 ...............................3-42 ..............3-51 01205A000 .............. AVIM SRC Number Page 10497L000 ...............................3-52 01645A000 ...................... LC...Title QM Mortuary Affairs Collection Company QM Detachment (Water Purification) (GS) QM Clothing Exchg and Bath Team (Aug) Transportation Units Trans Lt Trk Company Trans Mdm Trk Co (Cont/Cgo) Trans Mdm Trk Co (Cont/Cgo) Trans Mdm Trk Co (POL) Trans Mdm Trk Co (PLS) Trans Hvy Trk Co Trans Hvy Trk Co Trans Lt-Mdm Trk Co Trans Cargo Transfer Co Trans Cargo Transfer Co Trans Cargo Transfer Co Trans Co (B/B and Cont) Trans Movement Control Teams Teams LA........3-40 ..3-45 .........................3-53 01947A100 ................................... or LE Teams LF and LG (Air Terminal) Team LH Trans Movement Regulating Team Trailer Transfer Point Team (LE) Aviation Units Combat Aviation Battalion (UH-60) Medium Helicopter Company (CH-47) Aircraft Maintenance Company (AMC).............3-49 55580LA00 .............................3-44 .......3-38 42507LB00 ..........................3-51 55540LE00 ............3-41 ............................................ ................................................................................................................................................................................................ ................................................................

Mobility: Unit is 100-percent mobile. Basis of Allocation: One per COSCOM HHC with a contingency operation mission. Mission: Plans for and directs providing logistic support through its functional control centers and MSCs to the corps force and to other units. Major Pieces of Equipment: 4 AN/PSC-30 TACSAT CGSC/ST101-6/C3/JUL00 1 AN/MSC-31 operations center communications 3-3 . Reference: FM 63-3. 3 Forward (fwd) corps support group (CSG) (one per division) has multifunctional corps support battalions (CSBs) and may include functional battalions. Coordinates with the Air Mobility Command liaison officer (LNO) to receive US Air Force (USAF) airlift into the corps area. Capabilities: Provides personnel and equipment to operate a centralized communications facility. 30 Sep 93. services. Rear CSG (one per COSCOM) has functional and/or multifunctional battalions. depending on mission requirements. 2 Assigned if three or more functional transportation battalions are assigned. Corps Support Command (COSCOM) SRC 63412L000 xx COSCOM HQ 1 COSCOM CMCC CMMC Corps Support Group 3 Medical Bde Trans Group 2 CMCC—corps movement control center CMMC—corps materiel management center 1 Chemical units and civil affairs (CA) company or a CA battalion may be assigned to the corps or the COSCOM. COSCOM SATCOM Spt Tm SRC 63531LA00 Mission: Provides supplementary communication support to a COSCOM headquarters and headquarters company (HHC) engaged in a contingency operation.HQ. depending on mission requirements. or allies as directed. Basis of Allocation: One per corps.

Mobility: Both units are approximately 50-percent mobile. Corps SRC 08432L000 x Med Bde HQ COSCOM Surgeon’s Sec III Vet HHD Med Gp HQ Med Bn Log (Fwd) Med Co CSC Area Spt Med Bn CSH FST Evac Bn Med Co Holding Dent Bn Det/Tm* *May include assigned or attached veterinary. assigned to COSCOM. Capabilities: Commands and controls all medical units in its area of operations. located in corps rear area. Corps SRC 08422A100 Medical Group. administratively assists. dental.Medical Brigade. Mission: Commands. Task organizes medical assets to meet patient workload demand. References: FM 8-10 FM 8-10-2 CGSC/ST101-6/C3/JUL00 FM 8-55 FM 63-3 3-4 . preventive medicine (PM). combat stress control (CSC). controls. and technically supervises assigned and attached medical units. Performs medical regulation of patient movements to and between assigned and attached medical treatment facilities. corps forward surgical. Medical group: Normally three per corps (two forward and one rear). located in the vicinity of subordinate units. assigned to a medical brigade. Advises senior commanders on the medical aspects of their operations. and professional services detachments/teams. Basis of Allocation/Employment: Medical brigade: One per three to seven medical battalions and medical group-sized units.

physical security and NBC decontamination support. separate brigade. Teams may also be further attached to medical companies/troops of separate brigades/ACRs. before further medical evacuation. utility. maintenance. • • Emergency medical treatment: receive. and airborne and AASLT division’s main support battalion (MSB) medical companies. 3/4-ton 3-5 . initial surgery for otherwise nontransportable patients. it will be attached to the heavy division’s forward support battalion (FSB) medical company for support.Corps Forward Surgical Team (FST) SRC 08518LA00 Forward Surgical Tm FST Triage/Trauma Mgt Sec Surgery Element Recovery Element Operations Staff Mission: Provides a rapidly deployable. water distribution. and reinforce the airborne/air assault (AASLT) division and ACR FST as required. and ACR operational areas. rigging for sling-load or airdrop operations. unit maintenance for vehicles and communications equipment. ACRs (light). It provides urgent. Corps FSTs are employed in the combat zone on the basis of one per maneuver brigade. administration. • Nursing care: postoperative acute nursing care for up to eight patients. When employed forward. and preop. immediate surgical capability to patients who cannot withstand further evacuation. The FST depends on the unit to which it is attached or assigned for food service. simultaneously. Major Pieces of Equipment: 6 truck. and security. It can also move by helicopter sling-load operations. Other capabilities include— Surgery: initial surgery and postoperative care for up to 30 critically wounded patients over a period of 72 hours with its organic medical equipment sets. and general support when not operationally employed forward. Mobility: This unit is 100-percent mobile. and MP or combat arms escort for security when deploying into and moving through hostile areas. cargo. It provides surgical support forward in division. Capabilities: The FST is capable of continuous operations with a divisional or nondivisional medical company/troop for up to 72 hours. replace. • Rapid strategic deployability: FST equipment (less vehicles) and personnel can deploy in one aircraft for initial entry missions. HMMWV Reference: FM 8-10-25 CGSC/ST101-6/C3/JUL00 6 trailer. patient administration and coordination for medical evacuation. The corps FST will reconstitute. The FST’s surgical capability is based on two operating room tables with a surgical capacity of 24 operating room table hours per day. triage. Basis of Allocation/Employment: The corps FST is assigned to the medical brigade or medical group and is normally attached to the CSH for logistics.

log (fwd). Receives and distributes push packages for resupply in support of divisional and nondivisional units in the supported corps. Stores up to 22 STON of class VIII. classifies. log (fwd): One per medical bn. Processes. log (fwd). Logistics (Forward) SRC 08485L000 II Med Log Bn (Fwd) LOG HHD Log Spt Co Distribution Co Med Log Spt Det Mission: Provides class VIII supplies. optical single and multilens fabrication.5 STON of class VIII. and medical equipment maintenance. log (fwd). and issues 22 STON of class VIII per day. Coordinates class VIII emergency resupply using aeromedical and ground evacuation assets. log (fwd). Logistic support company: One per med bn. log (fwd). and blood (processing) storage and distribution to divisional and nondivisional units operating in the supported corps. Provides DS medical equipment maintenance. logistics (fwd): One per corps or three division-equivalent-sized forces.or company-sized unit. HHD. Capabilities: Headquarters and headquarters detachment (HHD): Provides command and control. and administrative and logistics support to assigned and attached units. subdivided into two forward support platoons and located in forward corps areas in areas of medical unit concentration. Coordinates with corps transportation assets for delivery of class VIII. Can provide support from two forward locations with two organic forward support platoons. Distribution company: Receives. logistics (fwd). Provides DS medical maintenance. log (fwd). located in corps area in vicinity of main supply routes (MSRs). logistic support: Augments the unit of attachment with class VIII. organic to med bn. CGSC/ST101-6/C3/JUL00 3-6 . unit-level medical equipment maintenance to units not otherwise provided such support. medical equipment maintenance support. log (fwd). stores. and issues class VIII. classifies. Coordinates class VIII resupply in a similar manner as a logistic support company. optical fabrication. through mobile support teams. colocated with med bn. Logistic support company: Provides class VIII supply. optical single-lens fabrication. Receives. Provides. Distribution company: One per med bn. and medical equipment maintenance support. Receives. located as required. and issues 119.5 STON of class VIII per day. Medical detachment. log (fwd). Basis of Allocation/Employment: Medical battalion. assigned to medical brigade. classifies. and distributes blood (less frozen blood) to corps and divisional medical units. colocated with med bn. organic to med bn.Medical Battalion. Med det: As required where workload requires increments of less than a battalion. Stores up to 685. med bn. assigned to med bn. organic to med bn.

log spt co is 53-percent mobile. variable reach. forklift (FL). distr co is 88-percent mobile. RT. rough-terrain (RT). Major Pieces of Equipment (Bn Total): 7 truck.000-lb 4 truck. 10.000-lb References: FM 8-10 FM 8-10-2 FM 8-55 FM 63-3 CGSC/ST101-6/C3/JUL00 3-7 .Mobility: HHD is 63-percent mobile.000-lb 7 truck. 4. 6. FL. med det is 75-percent mobile. FL.

pharmacy. and 1 neuropsychiatric care ward (20 beds) (HUB only). operating rooms. Provides consultation services for patients referred from other medical treatment facilities—dental. and religious support for staff and patients. central material service.4 per division. Surgical capability is based on eight operating room tables (four HUB. laundry service. patient administration. Sup & Svc. central material service. four HUS) for up to 144 hours per day. Each work area is stocked with 3 DOS. 7 intermediate care wards (20 beds each) (HUB only). HUS is always employed with HUB. HUB may be employed without HUS. Pt Adm. wards and radiology. nutrition care. clinical laboratory. and RTD of all classes of patients in the combat zone who fall within the corps evacuation policy or stabilizes and evacuates patients to the higher echelon of care. initial wound surgery. CGSC/ST101-6/C3/JUL00 3-8 . and dental **Professional services include EMT/triage. radiology. Mission: Provides resuscitation. laboratory. physical therapy. radiology. 2 minimal care wards (20 beds each) (HUB only).Combat Support Hospital (CSH) SRC 08705L000 II CSH CSH Hospital Unit Base (HUB) Hospital Unit Surg (HUS) Forward Surgical Team *** Hospital HQ Ops. given a 7-day corps evacuation policy). personnel administration. Provides 8 intensive care wards (12 beds each) (3 HUB. ***FSTs are attached to CSH for logistics. 5 HUS). Capabilities: Provides hospitalization for up to 296 patients. pharmacy. physical therapy. and general support when not deployed forward and attached to FSB/MSB medical companies. Basis of Allocation/Employment: 100 percent of the projected bed requirement is based on the corps evacuation policy (rule of thumb is 2. assigned to a medical brigade. and attached to a medical group. central material service. wards. It is located in the corps rear area. with an additional 7 days in the supply and service (S&S) division. postoperative treatment. maintenance. Nutr Care Hospital Unit HQ Hospital Ministry Team Prof Svcs* Prof Svcs** Sup & Svc Div *Professional services include EMT/triage. blood banking. operating rooms.

4. trailer-mounted 2 laundry unit. FL.Mobility: This unit is 35-percent mobile (without patients). shipping (MILVAN) (8x8x20 ft) 13 dolly set. Major Pieces of Equipment: 24 box. fabric. 5-ton 2 truck. modular.000-gallon 13 truck. collapsible. extendable. trailer-mounted 13 shelter. RT. transportable. diesel. dropside. heater 36 tent. 71/2-ton (M1022) 9 gen set. 3. cargo. personnel (TEMPER) (various configurations) 4 tank. 100kw. water. tactical.000-pound References: FM 8-10 FM 8-10-14 FM 8-55 FM 63-3 CGSC/ST101-6/C3/JUL00 3-9 . lift. shelter. ISO (8x8x20 ft) 59 air conditioner.

and MSB) IAW the medical module concept. three ASMCs) that operate clearing stations for receiving. support operations. Area Support (ASMB) SRC 08455L000 II ASMB ASMB HQ & Spt Co ASMC Mission: Provides level I and II combat health support (CHS) and medical staff advice and assistance. medical company. as required.Medical Battalion. sorting. Reinforces. Capabilities: The battalion HQ provides medical planning. Commands and controls up to four level II area support medical companies (ASMCs) (one HQ & Spt Co.000 nondivisional troops supported in the corps and COMMZ. and CHS coordination in an area of operations (AO) within the combat zone or COMMZ. on an area basis for all corps and COMMZ assigned and attached elements. optometry. FSB. Also provides PM. Holds up to 160 patients. Mobility: Unit is 100-percent mobile. or replaces level II CHS units (e. assigned to a medical brigade or a medical group.018 per 1. policy. and mental health support on an area basis.. and administering medical and minor surgical treatment for all classes of patients and that provide ground evacuation services.g. reconstitutes. Basis of Allocation/Employment: . Major Pieces of Equipment: None of significance. References: FM 8-10 FM 8-10-24 FM 8-55 FM 63-3 CGSC/ST101-6/C3/JUL00 3-10 .

reconstitutes. Mobility: Unit is 100-percent mobile (without patients). Performs emergency and sustaining dental care and limited preventive dentistry. or replaces medical companies/troops in divisions. Reinforces. located in the corps area in areas of troop concentration. separate brigades. Provides limited medical laboratory. and performs advanced trauma management. and ACRs. and wounded and are incapable of RTD within 72 hours. reconstitutes. initially resuscitates and stabilizes. Area Support (ASMC) SRC 08457A000 I ASMC ASMC Co HQ Treatment Plt Ambulance Plt Mission: Provides level I and II CHS to units assigned to its AO. and radiology services commensurate with level II CHS. separate brigades. Treats patients with diseases and minor injuries. References: FM 8-10 FM 8-10-24 FM 8-55 FM 63-3 CGSC/ST101-6/C3/JUL00 3-11 . injured. Reinforces. Capabilities: Treatment platoon: Operates a clearing station in the corps rear area. or replaces forward and main support medical companies/troops in divisions. Provides patient holding for up to 40 patients. Major Pieces of Equipment: 8 four-litter high-mobility multipurpose wheeled vehicle (HMMWV) ambulances. Ambulance platoon: Conducts medical evacuation from units within the ASMC’s AO to its clearing station operated by the treatment platoon. Basis of Allocation/Employment: Three ASMCs and one HQ & Spt Co are organic to the ASMB.Medical Company. Prepares patients for further evacuation who are ill. and ACRs. pharmacy. triages mass casualties.

each capable of operating a holding facility with 240 cots for minimal care-type patients. assigned to a medical brigade and attached to a medical group. located in a combat zone.Medical Company. Major Pieces of Equipment: None of significance. References: FM 8-10 FM 8-55 FM 63-3 CGSC/ST101-6/C3/JUL00 3-12 . Mobility: Unit is 75-percent mobile (without patients). Basis of Allocation/Employment: One per corps. May be employed by a platoon to expand a hospital’s minimal care ward facilities. Holding SRC 08458L000 I Holding Co HLDG Co HQ Co HQ Holding Plt (5) Holding Plt HQ Holding Squad (6) Treatment Squad Mission: Provides holding capability within the combat zone for up to 1. May be employed to augment a USAF mobile aeromedical staging facility (MASF).200 minimal care patients and provides minor medical treatment and rehabilitation for patients being held. May be assigned responsibility for providing limited area CHS. Provides minor medical treatment and rehabilitation for patients being held. Capabilities: Provides 5 holding platoons. May be employed by a platoon in conjunction with CSC squads to hold combat fatigue casualties.

Major Pieces of Equipment: None. air ambulance. or medical detachment.HHD. Provides aviation medicine and unit-level CHS for assigned and attached personnel. controls. safety. Coordinates MEDEVAC operations and communications functions. Provides staff and technical supervision of aviation operations. and supervises operations and training. Capabilities: Commands. Mobility: Unit is 100-percent mobile. References: FM 8-10 FM 8-10-6 FM 8-55 FM 63-3 CGSC/ST101-6/C3/JUL00 3-13 . and administers a combination of three to seven air and ground ambulance companies and detachments. and aviation unit maintenance (AVUM)level maintenance. Basis of Allocation/Employment: One per combination of three to seven medical companies. Medical Evacuation Battalion SRC 08446L000 II Evac EVAC Bn HQ S1 Sec S2/3 Sec S4 Sec Det HQ Treatment Team Mission: Commands and controls air and ground medical evacuation (MEDEVAC) companies and detachments within the theater of operations. located in the area where it can best control subordinate units. air and ground ambulance. assigned to a medical command (COMMZ) or assigned to a medical brigade and attached to a medical group (corps). standardization.

FSB. or support squadron when the air ambulance company is in DS of a division. equipment. when the air ambulance company is in DS of a division. located in the corps area when in a GS role. respectively. 1/3 in DS of separate brigades and ACRs.and corps-level medical treatment facilities or within the theater of operations. 500-gallon References: FM 8-10 FM 8-10-6 CGSC/ST101-6/C3/JUL00 FM 8-55 FM 63-3 3-14 . separate brigade. Habitually collocated with the medical company. and whole blood. support battalion. or some combination thereof. assigned to a medical brigade and attached to a MEDEVAC battalion. Capabilities: General: Operates 15 UH-60A/Q air ambulances with single-lift capability of 60 litter or 105 ambulatory patients. MSB. Provides internal/external load capability for moving medical personnel. located in the division. Provides air crash rescue support and forced entry. POL. separate brigade. collapsible. or ACR area when in a DS role. Provides inflight medical treatment and patient surveillance. supplies. Mobility: This unit is 100-percent mobile. fabric. Habitually collocated with the medical company. Area support MEDEVAC section: Provides six UH-60A/Q aircraft in an area aeromedical evacuation support role. Air Ambulance SRC 08447L000 I Air Amb EVAC Co HQ Flight Ops Plt AVUM Plt Air Amb Plt Plt HQ Area Spt MEDEVAC Sec Fwd Spt MEDEVAC Tm Mission: Aeromedically evacuates from as far forward as possible in the combat zone to division. Reinforces or reconstitutes forward support MEDEVAC teams.Medical Company. Forward support MEDEVAC team: Provides three UH-60A/Q aircraft for aeromedical evacuation from forward areas. Major Pieces of Equipment: 15 UH-60A/Q 4 FARE 12 drum. less fire suppression. Basis of Allocation/Employment: One in DS of each division. one in GS per two divisions. or ACR.

one per corps supported within the COMMZ. Basis of Allocation/Employment: One per division supported within the combat zone. located where it can best control its assets and execute its patient evacuation mission. separate brigade. Major Pieces of Equipment: 40 four-litter M997 (HMMWV) ambulances References: FM 8-10 FM 8-10-6 FM 8-55 FM 63-3 CGSC/ST101-6/C3/JUL00 3-15 . Transfers patients among hospitals. reconstitutes. Conducts ground evacuation from division and separate brigade medical companies and ACR medical troops to a combat zone hospital. Evacuates patients from the ASMCs to supporting hospitals. and seaports in both the corps and COMMZ. assigned to a medical brigade and attached to a MEDEVAC battalion. and ACR medical companies/troops. Mobility: Unit is 85-percent mobile. Capabilities: Provides 40 HMMWV ambulances with single-lift capability of 96 litter or 192 ambulatory patients. and ASMC evacuation assets. (USAF) MASFs. evacuation assets. Provides emergency movement of medical personnel and supplies. or replaces division.Medical Company. Ground Ambulance SRC 08449A000 I Ground Amb EVAC Co HQ Ambulance Plt HMMWV Mission: Provides ground evacuation of patients within the theater of operations. This capability is based on 80-percent availability of ambulances. Reinforces. railheads.

cgo. The company’s total lift capability = 3. Basis of Allocation/Employment: One per division. and issuing conventional ammunition using the palletized loading system (PLS). issuing.530 STON (approximately 843 at each ASP). 5-ton FL. DS (PLS/MOADS) PLS/MOADS ASP DS Co HQ Control Sec QA/QC Sec Maint & Svc Plt Ammo Supply Plt ATP Sec Mission: Establishes and operates three geographically dispersed ammunition supply points (ASPs) engaged in receiving. hvy PLS transporter 3 trlr.000-lb trk. Also operates one ammunition transfer point (ATP) engaged in transload operations.500 STON. cgo. rewarehousing. RT 5 semitrlr. tractor. this unit (objective TOE) provides the following lift capability: combination of three ASPs = 2. storing. 6. 10-ton CGSC/ST101-6/C3/JUL00 3-16 . Mobility: Unit is 50-percent mobile. One ATP = 970 STON transload capability. Capabilities: At level 1. lowbed. Major Pieces of Equipment: 6 crane. whl. rewarehousing. 5-ton. assigned to a COSCOM. 40-ton 6 trk. RT.Ordnance Company. Lift capability at the ASPs must be divided among receiving. and configuring ammunition. attached to a CSB in a forward corps support group (CSG). 25-ton 3 semitrlr. lowbed. cgo. less ammunition stocks. Ammunition (DS) (PLS/MOADS) SRC 09484L000 ATP I Ord Co Ammo. palletized loading References: FM 54-30 FM 63-3 3 8 12 9 8 bulldozer trk. 21/2-ton trk. combat configuring.

Capabilities: At level 1. 6. to the S&S battalion.Ordnance Company. rewarehousing. Major Pieces of Equipment: 6 crane. storing. 4. Assignment: To rear CSGs. 5-ton 1 semitrlr. DS/GS. lowbed. 6. Ammunition (PLS/MOADS) (CSA) SRC 09433L000 I PLS/MOADS Ord Co Ammo (PLS/MOADS) CSA GS CSA Co HQ Control Sec QA/QC Sec Maint & Svc Plt Ammo Supply Plt Mission: Establishes and operates a corps storage area (CSA) engaged in receiving. TOE 09666L000. hvy PLS transporter 3 trlr. less ammunition stocks. 5-ton 6 FL RT. RT. rough-terrain container crane (RTCC) 4 crane. 21/2-ton 8 trk.000 STON. and issuing conventional ammunition using the PLS. ordnance battalion. ammunition. whl.000-lb 2 FL.500 STON loaded on PLS flatracks. electric. electric. tractor. 25-ton 1 semitrlr. Basis of Allocation: One company per every 3. 40-ton 3 trk. mission configuring. The remainder comes from the theater storage area (TSA). cgo. palletized loading 1 bulldozer 5 trk.500 STON of ammunition expended. cgo. 10-ton References: FM 54-30 FM 63-3 CGSC/ST101-6/C3/JUL00 3-17 .000-lb 4 FL. This unit configures and issues/ships up to 3. this unit (objective TOE) receives 50 percent of its ammunition from the port of departure [either containerized or breakbulk (B/B)]. Mobility: Unit is 50-percent mobile.000-lb 2 trk. or to a CSB. cgo. Total lift capability is up to 7. lowbed.

rewarehousing. Major Pieces of Equipment: 12 crane. ammunition may be shipped on PLS flatracks loaded on trailers or railcars. 4.Ordnance Company. rewarehousing. TOE Basis of Allocation: As required. Mobility: Unit is 50-percent mobile. palletized loading 4 FL RT. 4. 10-ton 3 7 16 4 CGSC/ST101-6/C3/JUL00 3-18 .000-lb References: FM 54-40 FM 63-3 trk. this unit (objective TOE) provides a total lift capability of 7.000-lb 5 trk. cgo. This capability must be divided among receiving. cgo. storing. however. unstuffing containers. conventional ammunition. 6. and issuing. Capabilities: At level 1. 25-ton 1 semitrlr. cgo. hvy PLS transporter 6 trlr. Theater transportation does not include PLS prime movers. ordnance battalion.000 STON. less ammunition stocks. Ammunition (PLS/MOADS) (TSA) SRC 09633L000 I PLS/MOADS Ord Co Ammo (PLS/MOADS) TSA TSA GS Co HQ Control Sec QA/QC Sec Maint & Svc Plt Ammo Supply Plt Mission: Establishes and operates a TSA engaged in receiving. lowbed. electric. HHD. and issuing conventional ammunition using the PLS. electric. The TSA generally ships ammunition on theater line-haul trailers or rail flatcars to the CSA. To a TAACOM. whl. 40-ton 6 trk. 5-ton FL RT.000-lb FL. based on stated capabilities. 21/2-ton trk. RTCC 4 semitrlr. Assignment: 09666L000. lowbed. DS/GS. 6. tractor.000-lb 2 FL.

less aircraft. office machines. marine. aircraft armament. airdrop. Also provides backup support for divisional units. and photographic equipment: automotive repair DAS3 computer repair fabric repair metalworking QM and chem equip repair small-arms repair communications-elec (CE) equip repair engineer equip repair power-generation equip repair refrigeration repair special electronics devices repair Basis of Allocation: Depends on number of units supported. Capabilities: Provides the following capabilities. avionics. missile.Ordnance (Maintenance) Company. Mobility: Unit is approximately 75-percent mobile. rail. CGSC/ST101-6/C3/JUL00 3-19 . Nondiv (DS) SRC 43209L000 I Ord (Maint) Co Nondiv (DS) Co HQ Maint Control Sec Supply Plt HQ Base Maint Plt HQ GSE Plt HQ Aug Maint Teams Stk Con & Acctg Sec Autmv Maint Sec Gnd Spt Equip Rep Sec Storage Sec Armt Maint Sec CE Equip Maint Sec RX/QSS Sec Maint Spt Tm Service Sec Mission: Provides DS maintenance and repair parts supply service commensurate with stated capabilities for nondivisional units assigned to or passing through its area.

12-ton 1 FL RT. 21/2-ton 1 semitrlr. cgo. 6-ton 1 semitrlr. contact maint semitrlr. cgo. 21/2-ton References: FM 43-11 FM 63-3 1 18 1 1 3 4 8 trk. cgo. 5ton trk. van. RT FL RT. 5-ton.000-lb semitrlr. 4.Major Pieces of Equipment: 5 trk. tractor. supply. van. electronic shop trk. dropside. elec rep shop equip 15 semitrlr. shop.000-lb 4 trk. 10. lowbed. 5ton crane. dropside. flatbed 221/2-ton CGSC/ST101-6/C3/JUL00 3-20 . 25-ton 2 semitrlr. van. repair parts. 21/2-ton 14 trk.

up to five per corps. and other agencies as tasked. and coordinates explosive ordnance disposal (EOD) services to supported forces. Capabilities: Provides field response to incidents involving unexploded ordnance (UXO) (US and foreign conventional and unconventional munitions). normally tasked on an area basis. Mobility: Unit is 100-percent mobile with organic vehicles. civil authorities. Reference: FM 9-15 CGSC/ST101-6/C3/JUL00 3-21 . Up to four rear area operations centers (RAOCs) collocated with a CSG will have an EOD detachment in DS.Explosive Ordnance Disposal Control Team (EODCT) SRC 09527LA00 . Remaining detachments provide GS to the corps. The EODCT operates out of the COSCOM and provides coordination teams to corps rear command posts. Each division. Major Equipment: None of significance.. will have an EOD detachment in DS. controls. Basis of Allocation: Each corps is allocated 1 EODCT and up to 10 EOD detachments. Assignment: To TAACOM or corps. EOD Control Team EOD HQ Sec Operation Sec Liaison Sec Augmentation EOD Response Team Ordnance EOD Det HQ Sec Response Sec Operations Sec Response Augmentation Team Mission: Commands..

stake. Major Pieces of Equipment: 2 semitrlr. supply. Has repair parts authorized stockage list (ASL) for supported prescribed load lists (PLLs). 5-ton CGSC/ST101-6/C3/JUL00 3-22 . electronic shop 1 semitrlr. van. 6-ton 10 trk. repair parts.Ordnance Missile Support Company. 12-ton 4. 6-ton 10 semitrlr. 21/2-ton trk. cgo. Can provide up to 15. Intermediate Maintenance (DS) Heavy Corps SRC 09428L000 I Missile Support Co (Corps) MSL Co HQ QA/QC Sec Maint Ops Tech Supply SHORAD Plt Land Combat Plt SHORAD Plt HQ Chaparral Sec Gun MANPADS Sec FAAR/ TADDS Sec Aug Tms Land Cbt Plt HQ LCSS Test Repair Sec TOW/Dragon Maint Sec MLRS/ Lance Maint Sec Mission: Provides DS missile maintenance and repair parts support except Hawk and Patriot to corps units. tractor.000-lb FL RT trk.000 hours of TOW/Dragon maintenance capability per year. Capabilities: Provides land combat support system (LCSS) test capability. Mobility: Unit is 100-percent mobile. Basis of Allocation/Employment: One per corps. 5-ton References: FM 9-59 FM 29-2 FM 29-23 FM 63-3 3 1 6 11 semitrlr. van. cgo.

Ordnance Missile Maintenance Augmentation Teams (DS) Designation: —Ordnance Detachment (Missile Support) (Corps) (when used to augment TOE 09428L000) —Ordnance Detachment (Missile Support) (EAC) (when used to augment TOE 09629L000) 09528LB00: MLRS Battalion DS Augmentation Team 09528LE00: Gun/Stinger Bn DS Augmentation Team 09528LV00: Avenger Battalion DS Augmentation Team 09528LG00: ACR DS Augmentation Team 09528LH00: Heavy Sep Bde (Armored) DS Augmentation Team 09528LI00: Heavy Sep Bde (Mech) DS Augmentation Team 09528LJ00: Heavy Div DS Augmentation Team 09528LL00: Infantry Div DS Augmentation Team 09528LM00: Air Assault Div DS Augmentation Team 09528LN00: Airborne Div DS Augmentation Team 09528LP00: Light Inf Div DS Augmentation Team 09528LR00: LCSS Augmentation Team Mission: Augments the ordnance missile support company’s DS missile maintenance capabilities to meet assigned operational missions. CGSC/ST101-6/C3/JUL00 3-23 . They may also be assigned to an ordnance missile support company (EAC) (TOE 09629L000). Assignment: These teams are normally assigned to an ordnance missile support company (corps) (TOE 09428L000).

Commands and controls assigned and detached units. Capabilities: This unit commands two to five petroleum pipeline and terminal operating companies. and operational supervision for operating and maintaining a military petroleum distribution system or portion thereof. unit is approximately 30-percent mobile. Plans. and other assigned and attached units supporting pipeline and terminal operations. and supervises the operation and maintenance of a military petroleum distribution system consisting of 300 km (180 miles) to 750 km (450 miles) of multiproduct petroleum pipelines and terminal facilities.Headquarters and Headquarters Company Petroleum Pipeline and Terminal Operating Battalion SRC 10416L000 II HHC PL/TERM Co HQ Commo Sec S1 Sec S2/3 Sec S4 Sec Petrl Wharf Plt Tech Spt Sec Petrl Lab Sec Mission: Provides command. TOE 10-207. technical. controls. Mobility: When organized under SRC 10206H400. Major Pieces of Equipment: None of significance. administrative. Basis of Allocation: One per petroleum port of entry. References: FM 10-18 FM 10-67 CGSC/ST101-6/C3/JUL00 3-24 .

Basis of Allocation: As required. Operates fixed loading facilities for shipping bulk products daily by coastal tanker. Assignment: Normally assigned to TA or separate corps.000 to 250. issuing. bulk transferring. each with capacity ranging from 50. transferring. normally a TA unit. Ships bulk petroleum products through approximately 100 km (62 miles) of multiproduct pipeline over level terrain. storing. CGSC/ST101-6/C3/JUL00 3-25 . depending on capacity and type of storage facilities available. and retrieves petroleum hoselines. Maintains a prescribed reserve of bulk petroleum products. Installs and operates up to 8 km (5 miles) of collapsible hoseline system when required. and distributing all bulk petroleum shipped into the theater or independent corps.000 to 500.000 barrels of bulk petroleum (7. Lays. Operates a fuel system supply point (FSSP). and tank trucks. and distributing all bulk petroleum. Maintains a prescribed reserve of bulk petroleum products for the theater or independent corps.000 barrels. issuing.Quartermaster (QM) Petroleum Pipeline & Terminal Operating Company SRC 10417L000 I Petrl Pipeline & Tml Op Co PPL Co HQ Petrl Prod Cont Sec Maint Sec Tml Op Plt Pipeline Op Plt HQ Tank Farm Sec Store/Issue Sec HQ Svc Spt Sec Pipeline Sec Mission: Operates QM petroleum terminal and pipeline facilities for receiving. Complex normally consists of two tank farms.875. rail tank cars. Operates a forward area refueling equipment (FARE) system. Operates one tactical petroleum terminal (TPT) when permanent or semipermanent facilities are not available. The terminal provides the equipment and storage capacity for offloading tanker ships over the shore. storing. barge. Capabilities: Operates one tank farm complex to store 100. operates.000 gals). Operates petroleum terminal facilities for receiving.

dump.800-gal collapsible bags. 6-ton 7 trk. RT.000-gal collapsible bag (petrl) 1 FSSP 60.Mobility: Unit is 100-percent mobile.000-lb wrecker w/crane. flatbed. tractor. 5. 10. Major Pieces of Equipment: 6 10. cgo. van. expansible.000-gal (includes 6 bags listed above. Department of the Army-controlled operational project stock: TPT consists of 18 210. 5-ton NOTES: Engineers emplace the pipeline and pump stations. 5-ton trk. and 3 separators listed below) 3 350-GPM pump 3 filter-separator. tank. 5-ton trk. 350-GPM 2 semitrlr. cgo. 5-ton trk. 4-in dia semitlr.000-gal FL RT. 21/2-ton 1 1 1 1 1 2 3 5 FARE w/3 500-gal collapsible drums hoseline outfit. References: FM 10-1 FM 10-18 FM 10-67 FM 10-37 FM 10-207 CGSC/ST101-6/C3/JUL00 3-26 . 221/2-ton 1 semitrlr. 3 pumps.

000 Plt 900. When a 20.000-gal FM 10-69 FM 10-207 3-27 2 bulldozer 18 trk. fuel. bulk petroleum daily while maintaining a portion of command stocks. 21/2-ton trk. flatbed.2 million gallons. tractor. Capabilities: At level 1.000-gal 20. 4-in dia semitrlr.000 40.000 1.000 18 2 29 54 6 drum. tractor.000 240.000-gal 350-GPM pumping assy 3 2 12 6 12 Co 1. storage capability will increase to 2. cgo. tank.520. based on calculated workload. Mobility: Unit is 50-percent mobile. 30 Sep 93 CGSC/ST101-6/C3/JUL00 . 10-ton FSSP hoseline outfit. 40-ton trk. 5-ton 6 FARE References: FM 10-67 FM 63-3. Stores 2.000 80. 221/2-ton trk. 5-ton filter-separator.000 gallons of bulk petroleum. not to exceed 1. 350-GPM semitrlr.260.Petroleum Supply Company (GS) SRC 10427L000 I Petroleum Supply Co GS GS I HQ Suppy Plt Supply Control Sec Maint Sec HQ Supply Sec Mission: Establishes and operates temporary petroleum storage facilities for GS of divisional and nondivisional units at no more than two locations. 500-gal semitrlr.000 2. Basis of Allocation/Employment: As required.000 420.000 480. providing limited mobile filling stations. Major Pieces of Equipment: 36 24 24 60 Fabric Bags 50. lowbed. cgo.000 120. collapsible.000-gal 10. this unit establishes and operates bulk class III supply points. and lays and operates approximately 24 km (15 miles) of collapsible hoseline.000 gallons. 5. Receives and/or issues in any combination.000 240.800.000-gallon tank incremental change package (ICP) is applied.000 Sec 300.400.640.

Mobility: Unit is 50-percent mobile. TOE CGSC/ST101-6/C3/JUL00 3-28 . Capabilities: This company can receive. It assists. as required. and operational supplies are provided.Quartermaster Light Airdrop (AD) Supply Company SRC 10443L000 I Light Airdrop Supply Co AD LT Co HQ Airdrop Office Airdrop Plt HQ Airdrop Support Sec Airdrop Rigging Sec Mission: Packs parachutes and temporarily stores and rigs supplies and equipment for airdrop by the Army. and prepare 120 STON of selected supplies and equipment a day for airdrop. packing. and/or other services. Basis of Allocation/Employment: 42446L000. Air Force. Each platoon can operate independently if administrative support. On a limited basis. S&S bn. References: FM 10-400 FM 10-500-1 FM 10-500-9 One per corps. normally attached to the HHD. Major Pieces of Equipment: None of significance. It maintains stocks of supplies used to rig items for airdrop using the containerized delivery system. and unit maintenance of airdrop equipment for use by divisional and nondivisional units assigned or attached to the corps. store. in loading supplies and equipment into aircraft for airdrop. Provides personnel parachute supply. organizational supply and maintenance support. the company assists in recovering and evacuating airdrop equipment. food service.

Major Pieces of Equipment: None of significance. Mobility: Unit is 50-percent mobile. and/or other services. TOE 42446L000. and prepare 200 STON of selected supplies and equipment a day for airdrop. Capabilities: This company can receive. Air Force. References: FM 10-400 FM 10-500-1 CGSC/ST101-6/C3/JUL00 3-29 . The company provides personnel parachute supply. It can rig container loads.000 lbs each. store. Basis of Allocation/Employment: One per TAACOM. The company maintains stocks of supplies used to rig items for airdrop. and unit maintenance of airdrop equipment for divisional and nondivisional units assigned or attached to the corps to use. normally attached to the HHD. S&S bn. packing. It also can rig platform loads weighing up to 42.Quartermaster Heavy Airdrop Supply Company SRC 10643L000 I Heavy Airdrop Sup Co AD HVY Light Airdrop Plt Heavy Airdrop Plt Co HQ Airdrop Office Plt HQ Airdrop Support Sec Airdrop Rigging Sec Plt HQ Airdrop Support Sec Airdrop Rigging Sec Mission: Packs parachutes and temporarily stores and rigs supplies and equipment for airdrop by the Army. Only under unusual circumstances will the company assist in recovering and evacuating airdrop equipment.

000-lb 1 trk. Basis of Allocation/Employment: Assigned to a COSCOM and/or TAACOM. receives. Capabilities: At level 1. Major Pieces of Equipment: 2 semitrlr. Mobility: Unit is 100-percent mobile.000-lb 1 FL RT. 4. 5-ton References: FM 10-400 FM 10-500-1 CGSC/ST101-6/C3/JUL00 3-30 . stores. Requisitions. receives. and GS maintenance and reclaiming airdrop equipment. tractor. classifies. issue. DS. and maintenance facility for supply. 10. and performs DS and GS maintenance on airdrop equipment in support of one QM airdrop supply company.Airdrop Equipment Repair and Supply Company SRC 10449L100 I AD Rep & Sup Co AD REP & SUP HQ Parachute & Textile Rep Plt AD Supply & Svc Plt Food Service Section Motor Maint Section Mission: Establishes and operates a receipt. 221/2-ton 1 FL RT. and issues airdrop equipment. normally attached to the S&S battalion of a support group on the basis of one per QM airdrop supply company. storage. flatbed.

500 personnel weekly. cleans up to 7. Major Pieces of Equipment: None of significance.QM Field Service Company (DS) SRC 42414L000 I QM Field Svc Co SVC DS I SVC DS HQ Plt Shower & Laundry Plt Admin Maint Mess Shower & Laundry Sec Mission: Provides showers. Capabilities: At level 1. provides 1 shower per soldier per week. provides limited repair for clothing being laundered. Basis of Allocation: One per 18. and provides mass delousing (removing lice) under the direction and supervision of medical personnel.9 lbs of laundry per soldier per week.500 soldiers per week. laundry. this unit supports 18. and clothing renovation to a force of 18. Mobility: Unit is 75-percent mobile. CGSC/ST101-6/C3/JUL00 3-31 . Reference: FM 10-27-2. less supplies.500 troops supported.

II. airdrop. store. B/B. 21/2-ton 2 trk. and IV]. medical. III(p). flatbed. Capabilities: Receives. RT 3-32 . stores. missile.000-lb 2 crane. and issues (467 STON per day) supplies consisting of the following: Class I II III(p) IV Total per day Corps (STON) 110 101 16 234 461 Theater (STON) 212 110 43 255 620 Basis of Allocation: As required. assigned to a COSCOM or TAACOM. aircraft.000-lb 6 FL RT. and issue general supplies [class I nonperishable.QM Supply Company (General Support) SRC 42418L000 I QM Supply Co I GS GS Co HQ Support Ops Off Equip Plt General Supply Plt Class I Sec Perishable Subsistence Plt Plt HQ Maint Sec Equip Sec Plt HQ Receiving Stor/Ship Sec Mission: Establishes and operates a general supply facility to receive. 48-in. 4. 5-ton 1 50. less supplies. 221/2-ton 4 FL RT. Mobility: Unit is 50-percent mobile. and rail supplies. cont. 20-ton References: FM 42-418 FM 10-15 FM 54-40 FM 10-280 CGSC/ST101-6/C3/JUL00 4 trk. tractor. LC. cgo. whl. Major Pieces of Equipment: 2 semitrlr. Excluded are cryptographic items. 10. marine.000-lb cont hdlr.

Mobility: Unit is 40-percent (est) mobile. 12-ton 4 FL RT. exp.000lb trk.000-lb References: FM 42-119 FM 10-15 4 10 2 10 19 semitrlr. 4. 5-ton CGSC/ST101-6/C3/JUL00 3-33 . flatbed. 221/2-ton 1 semitrlr. 6-ton 6 semitrlr.000-lb 1 trk. 21/2-ton trk. B/B. 6-ton semitrlr. 50. based on stated capabilities. stores. Capabilities: Receives. 10. totaling a maximum of 20. RT. cont. van. and issues 102 STON of class IX repair parts when assigned to the corps and 111 STON of class IX repair parts when assigned to TA. 5-ton 2 cont hdlr. Major Pieces of Equipment: 16 semitrlr. van.000 authorized stockage list (ASL) lines. cgo. supply. van. less supplies. van. elec. cgo. Basis of Allocation: As required. 6-ton FL RT. tractor. exp. Maintains a 15-day stock of class IX nonALOC and a 30-day supply of class II (maintenance-related) and class IX ALOC supplies. repair parts.QM Repair Parts Supply Company SRC 42419L000 I Repair Parts Supply Co I GS GS Co HQ Supply Control Office Gen/Elec Parts Plt Hvy Equip Parts Plt HQ Pkg & Cratg Sec HQ HQ Gen/Elec Parts Sup Sec Hvy Equip Parts Sup Sec Mission: Establishes and operates a GS-level supply point for class IX repair parts and maintenancerelated class II.

maintains. M88 1 semitrlr. whl.000-lb 4 FL RT.) Basis of Allocation: As required. Major Pieces of Equipment: 1 semitrlr. supply. RT. tractor. lowbed. and issues approximately 1. Capabilities: Receives. 34-ton 1 semitrlr. cgo. Deprocesses 300 STON of class VII equipment to “ready-for-issue” status per day on a single 12-hour shift. van. heavy-equipment transporter (HET) CGSC/ST101-6/C3/JUL00 3-34 . 20-ton 1 rec veh. B/B. cgo. marine. 70-ton 1 trk.000-lb 5 trk. 12-ton 1 cont hdlr. and issues class VII theater reserve stocks. 5-ton 1 crane. (Approximately 80 percent of class VII items received from units above corps level will have been previously deprocessed. aircraft. flatbed.000-lb 1 FL RT. warehouses. excluding medical equipment. and railway missionoriented equipment. 50. 5-ton 3 trk. deprocesses.QM Heavy Materiel Supply Company (GS) SRC 42427L100 I QM Hvy Mat Sup Co HVY MAT I HVY MAT GS GS HQ Plt Supply Operations Sec Supply Plt Deprocessing Plt Plt HQ Mat Storage & Hdlg Sec Mat Storage & Maint Sec Mission: Receives. tractor. maintains.400 tons of class VII materiel per day. 21/2-ton References: FM 10-1 FM 10-27 FM 42-427 1 trk. 10. 4. mdm. Mobility: Unit is 40-percent (est) mobile. including Army prepositioned stocks. and issues to divisional and nondivisional DS and GS units class VII items of equipment. cont. Stores. stores.

stores.18 Distributes 84.95 5.000 gallons. Mobility: Unit is 75-percent mobile. and VII supplies as follows: Class I II III(p) IV VII STON 65. CGSC/ST101-6/C3/JUL00 3-35 . less supplies. & VII Sec Sec HQ Water Points Plt HQ Petroleum Stor/Issue Sec Distr Sec Mission: Operates a DS supply facility to support 18.31 33. IV. Basis of Allocation: One per 18. II. IV.150 gallons of water (NBC-contaminated). III(p). • • • • • Stores 174. Produces 60.500 nondivisional soldiers.63 40.500 nondivisional troops. III(p).400 gallons of bulk POL a day at 75-percent availability of dispensing when making two trips a day (line-haul).QM Supply Company (DS) SRC 42447L000 I QM Supply Co (DS) I DS DS Co HQ Supply Operations Office Supply Plt Petroleum Plt Maint Sec Water Sec Plt HQ Class I Sec Class II. Stores 30. Capabilities: Receives.000 gallons of potable water. issues. and accounts for 168 STON of class I.000 gallons of bulk POL a day at 100-percent storage capability.46 78. Treats 146.000 gallons of water at each of three water points for a total of 180.

000-lb 1 semitrlr. flatbed. 6-ton 12 semitrlr. 4.000-gal. water 4 350-GPM pumping assy 6 tank. 5-ton 40 tank.000-gal. exp. 3. tractor. collapsible. dropside 1 FL RT. 350-GPM 2 FSSP. 10. 21/2-ton 6 trk. POL 4 trk. SMFT 4 ROWPU.Major Pieces of Equipment: 4 forward area water point supply system (FAWPSS) 3 trk.000-gal 4 tank. trlr-mtd.000-GPH References: FM 10-1 FM 10-27 FM 10-27-2 FM 10-52 FM 10-68 CGSC/ST101-6/C3/JUL00 3-36 . tanker.200-gal trk 4 filter-separator. collapsible. POL 9 semitrlr. tractor. 221/2-ton 12 tank.000-gal 13 trk. M915 5 tank & pump units. 1.000-lb 3 FL RT. 3. van.000-gal. 3. 5. 600-gal. 5-ton. collapsible 10. 60.

and brigade AOs.Quartermaster Mortuary Affairs Collection Company SRC 10497L000 I Mort Affairs Collection Co COLL MA I COLL MA Co HQ Main Collecting Plt Forward Collecting Plt HQ Receiving Sec Shipping Sec Plt HQ Collection Sec Mission: Establishes. identifies. 21/2-ton 2 trk. division. cgo. Collection platoons can also conduct emergency burial or mass burials when given the authority to do so. The collection points employed in the division support area (DSA) can be attached to the division support command (DISCOM). and inters deceased US military and certain US civilian and allied personnel. 221/2-ton References: FM 10-63 FM 10-286 FM 63-3 Army Regulation 638-30 13 trk. The company provides a total of 20 collection points throughout the corps. Disposes of personal effects and maintains essential records and reports. The five forward collection platoons can operate four collection points each. Those employed in the brigade support area (BSA) could be under the FSB’s operational control. Searches. recovers. evacuates. Major Pieces of Equipment: 4 refrigerated container assy. and maintains collection points. 8x8x20 4 semitrlr. Collection platoons cans also operate in DS of contingency operations and task forces (TFs). Capabilities: Processes a total of 400 remains per day. tractor. operates. The main collection platoon receives remains from forward collection platoons and further evacuates to the rear. Mobility: Unit is 100-percent mobile. Basis of Allocation: One company per corps area and as required at TA. flatbed. 5-ton CGSC/ST101-6/C3/JUL00 3-37 .

Capabilities: Operates four water points. laundry. Unit can produce and issue up to 240. Capabilities: Provides six portable showers with eight shower heads each and SLCR for approximately 17. Basis of Allocation: One per S&S company. MSB. Mobility: Unit is 100-percent mobile. Mobility: This unit is 100-percent mobile.000-gal bags 4 ROWPUs Reference: FM 5-100. Major Pieces of Equipment: None of significance. TOE 10466L000. CGSC/ST101-6/C3/JUL00 3-38 .Quartermaster Detachment (Water Purification) (GS) SRC 10570LC00 Mission: Produces potable water for corps and TA area units.000 gallons of potable water per day using a fresh water source. Major Pieces of Equipment: 12 3.000 personnel per week. and clothing repair (SLCR) services. Stores up to 36. Reference: FM 10-52.000 gallons of water. hvy division. Basis of Allocation: As required to a corps or TA area. normally attached to the HHD. QM water supply battalion. QM Clothing Exchange and Bath Team (Augmentation) SRC 42507LB00 Mission: Provides shower.

600 passengers (PAX) (20 per trk) on/off-road (four rnd-tps/day) (based on 75-percent availability of trucks). cgo.620 PAX (18 per trk) on road (two rnd-tps/day) (based on 75-percent availability of trucks). 900 STON (5 STON per trk) off-road.080 STON (6 STON per trk) on road. Capabilities: • Local haul: 1. 3. 5-ton. Mobility: Unit is 100-percent mobile. 1. Line-haul: 540 STON (6 STON per trk) on road. dropside 5 trk.Transportation Light Truck Company SRC 55718L200 I Light Truck Co LT Co HQ Truck Plt Maint Sec Plt HQ Truck Squad Mission: Moves supplies and equipment from corps supply units/stockage points to users and provides support to the ACR and separate brigades on line or in rear operations. Major Pieces of Equipment: 60 trk. Basis of Allocation: Assigned to a COSCOM based on the requirement. 5-ton References: FM 55-30 FM 55-31 • CGSC/ST101-6/C3/JUL00 3-39 .

Major Pieces of Equipment: 60 trk. tractor.Transportation Medium Truck Company (Container/Cargo) SRC 55728L100 I Medium Truck Co Cont/Cgo MDM Co HQ Truck Plt Maint Sec Plt HQ Truck Squad Mission: Moves bulk and/or containerized supplies from corps supply points/stockage points to users. normally one per 1.350 STON of line-haul requirement or 2.300 PAX (35 per emergency only) (four rnd-tps/day) (based on 75-percent availability of trucks). Mobility: Unit is 33-percent mobile with organic support. nonmission vehicles (unit is 100-percent mobile if allowed to use mission trucks).150 PAX (35 per emergency only) (two rnd-tps/day) (based on 75-percent availability of trucks).700 STON (15 STON per load) (180 20-ft containers). 5-ton. Basis of Allocation: Assigned to a COSCOM based on the requirement. 6. Capabilities: • Local haul: 2. 3. MTV.700 STON of local haul.350 STON (15 STON per load) (90 20-ft containers). 6x6 150 semitrlr. References: FM 55-15 FM 55-30 CGSC/ST101-6/C3/JUL00 3-40 . M871. • Line-haul: 1. 221/2-ton NOTE: The standard planning factor for each 221/2-ton semitrailer is 15 tons per load based on cube/ weight limits.

Capabilities: • Local haul: 3. or transportation command based on requirements and stated unit capabilities. References: FM 55-15 FM 55-30 CGSC/ST101-6/C3/JUL00 3-41 .960 STON noncontainerized (four rnd-tps/day) (180 40-ft containers/360 20-ft containers) (based on 75-percent availability of trucks). TAACOM. nonmission vehicles.980 STON noncontainerized (two rnd-tps/day) (90 40-ft containers/180 20-ft containers) (based on 75percent availability of trucks). line-haul 120 semitrlr. Mobility: Unit is 33-percent mobile with organic support. 34-ton NOTE: The standard planning factor for each 34-ton semitrailer is 22 tons per load based on cube/ weight limits. • Line-haul: 1. M872. Basis of Allocation: Assigned to a COSCOM. Major Pieces of Equipment: 60 M915 tractor.Transportation Medium Truck Company (Container/Cargo) SRC 55727L100 I Medium Truck Co Cont/Cgo I MDM MDM Co HQ Truck Plt Maint Sec Plt HQ Truck Squad Mission: Moves bulk and/or containerized supplies from supply points/stockage points to users.

000-gal/trlr) (based on 75-percent availability of trucks). 450. tractor. Basis of Allocation/Employment: Assigned to a COSCOM or TAACOM based on the requirement.500-gal/trlr).500-gal References: FM 55-15 FM 55-30 CGSC/ST101-6/C3/JUL00 3-42 . tanker. Mobility: Unit is 33-percent mobile.Transportation Medium Truck Company (POL) SRC 55727L200 I Medium Truck Co POL I POL POL Co HQ Truck Plt Maint Sec Plt HQ Truck Squad Mission: Delivers bulk POL wholesale to corps and divisional POL supply units.000 gal (two rnd-trips/day) (w/7.000 gal (four rnd-trips/day) (w/5. Major Pieces of Equipment: 60 trk.000 gal (four rnd-trips/day) (w/7. line-haul 60 semitrlr. normally assigned one per POL supply company.000 gal (two rnd-trips/day) (w/5. M915.000-gal/7. Capabilities: • Local haul: 1. 5. • Line-haul: 675.500-gal/trlr). 900.350.000-gal/trlr) (based on 75-percent availability of trucks).

Ammunition: • • • • Local haul: 3. PLS. heavy. HEMTT. Capabilities: With a 75-percent task vehicle availability. Basis of Allocation: Assigned to a COSCOM based on the requirement and stated capabilities. PLS transporter 48 M1076 trlr. 8x20 96 M1077 bed. Major Pieces of Equipment: 48 M1075 trk. demountable.584 STON (11 STON/flatrack x 2 flatrack/trip x 2 trip/day). loading. Local haul: 4. 8x20 References: FM 55-1 FM 55-15 FM 55-30 FM 63-3 FM 63-4 2 trk. cargo.Transportation Medium Truck Company (Palletized Loading System) SRC 55728L300 I Truck Co PLS PLS Co HQ Truck Plt Maint Sec Plt HQ Truck Squad Mission: Moves general noncontainerized cargo from corps GS units/supply points to DS units/supply points.016 STON (14 STON/flatrack x 2 flatrack/trip x 2 trip/day).168 STON (11 STON/flatrack x 2 flatrack/trip x 4 trip/day).500-gal. 2. Mobility: Unit is 100-percent mobile. Line-haul: 2. cargo. palletized. wrecker. HEMTT. 8x8 2 trk. 8x8 CGSC/ST101-6/C3/JUL00 3-43 .032 STON (14 STON/flatrack x 2 flatrack/trip x 4 trip/day). this unit provides— All commodities: Line-haul: 1.

Four of these units operating in concert can relocate a brigade-sized heavy maneuver force. Capabilities: With a 90-percent task vehicle availability. fuel.Transportation Heavy Truck Company SRC 55739L100 (When Organized With Four Platoons) SRC 55739L200 (When Organized With Two Platoons) I Heavy Truck Co HVY Co HQ HET Plt Maint Sec Plt HQ HET Sec Mission: Relocates heavy maneuver forces on the battlefield. trailer. 70-ton Trk. Mobility: Unit is 100-percent mobile. tractor. HEMTT References: FM 55-2 FM 55-15 FM 55 -30 FM 63-3 FM100-15 55739L100 96 96 4 4 55739L200 48 48 2 2 CGSC/ST101-6/C3/JUL00 3-44 . wrecker. Major Pieces of Equipment: HET. 2. 55739L200—makes a one-time lift of 43 tracked combat vehicles. XM1070 HET. this unit provides— 55739L100—makes a one-time lift of 86 tracked combat vehicles. HEMTT Tkr. Basis of Allocation: As required. based on unit capabilities.500-gal.

Line-haul: 1. 4 trips per day). the unit can— Cargo: Line-haul: 600 STON (375 w/5-ton cgo and 225 w/S&Ps). Passenger Movement: • • • • • Local haul: 1. TAACOM. 2 trips per day). Major Pieces of Equipment: 25 semitrlr. One of these units will normally be assigned to the CSG (fwd) located in the division rear. Capabilities: Based on 75-percent vehicle availability.200 STON [750 w/5-ton cgo and 450 w/semitrailer (S&Ps)]. 5-ton 50 trk. dropside.000 PAX (20 per 5-ton cgo. use 5 tons of cargo capacity per 5-ton cargo truck and 15 tons per 22½-ton semitrailer. For planning purposes. 221/2-ton 10 tractor. Mobility: Unit is 100-percent mobile. Local haul: 3.Transportation Light-Medium Truck Company SRC 55719L100 I Light-Mdm Truck Co I LT/MDM LT/MDM Co HQ Light Truck Plt Light-Mdm Plt Maint Sec Plt HQ Light Truck Squad Plt HQ Light Truck Squad Medium Truck Squad Mission: Moves general noncontainerized cargo and personnel. or transportation command based on requirements and stated unit capabilities. a 22 ½-ton semitrailer can transport 35 seated PAX providing an additional capability of 980 PAX for local haul and 490 PAX for line-haul. In an emergency. cargo. Basis of Allocation/Employment: Assigned to a COSCOM.200 PAX (16 per 5 to cgo. 5-ton References: FM 55-10 FM 55-30 FM 55-15 CGSC/ST101-6/C3/JUL00 3-45 .

transshipping 1. This unit is normally assigned to a transportation battalion. rail. 50. or a mix thereof. Major Pieces of Equipment: Trk. and inland barge terminals. motor. daily capability.000 STON of B/B cargo or 450 containers. 34-ton. Operating under either SRC. Each terminal can transship 1.000-lb RTFL. this unit depends on heavy and medium truck transport support for mobility. but not otherwise stated. it operates up to three geographically separate terminals (in the corps and/or division area) on a 24-hour basis. Basis of Allocation/Employment: To a COSCOM.Transportation Cargo Transfer Company SRC 55817L100 SRC 55817L200 I Cargo Transfer Co I CGO TRF CGO TRF Co HQ Cargo Transfer Plt Maint Sec Plt HQ Cargo Transfer Sec Mission: Transships cargo at air. for a unit total of 3. M872 RTFL. operates one terminal on a 24-hour basis. TAACOM. 4. or a mix thereof. 10.000-lb RT container handler. the unit can unstuff or stuff containers on a limited.000-lb References: FM 55-15 FM 55-17 FM 55-60 55817L100 4 4 4 6 2 55817L200 12 12 12 18 6 CGSC/ST101-6/C3/JUL00 3-46 . When organized under SRC 55817L200. daily. M915 Trlr. Capabilities: When organized under SRC 55817L100. Mobility: When organized under either SRC. or transportation command based on requirements and unit capabilities.000 STON of B/B cargo or 150 containers daily. daily. tractor.000 STON of breakbulk (B/B) cargo or 150 containers.

discharges. and transships cargo at air. discharges up to 1. Capabilities: At level 1. this unit can operate up to four rail. loads.Transportation Cargo Transfer Company SRC 55819L000* I Cargo Transfer Co I CGO TRF CGO TRF HQ Ops Plt Cargo Transfer Plt Maint Sec Plt HQ Cargo Transfer Sqd Plt HQ Cargo Transfer Sqd Truck Sqd Plt HQ Cargo Transfer Sqd Mission: Discharges. and 55827L000. With a roll-on/roll-off ship. moves 1.000 vehicles or loads up to 750 vehicles. When augmented by the port operations cargo detachment (TOE 55560LF00).280 STON of B/B cargo or 800 containers or some combination thereof. • In a fixed port it can accomplish one of the following: —Given a container ship and pierside cranes. • • In air terminal operations it transships 550 STON of noncontainerized cargo or 160 20-foot container equivalents per terminal for a four-terminal total of 2. loads.250 STON in each direction.200 STON of noncontainerized cargo or 640 20-foot container equivalents or some combination thereof. The terminal’s size and/or operation’s scope may mean that more than one platoon is required to operate a given terminal. and transships cargo at water terminals located in fixed ports or in logistics-over-the-shore operations (LOTS). discharges or loads 2. In simultaneous operations. rail. or air terminals 24 hours per day. truck. or truck terminals.500 STON of B/B cargo. The following TOEs will be rescinded when units are no longer organized thereunder: 55817L100/200. and supplements cargo-/supply-handling operations at CSS activities in corps and division areas to alleviate cargo backlogs. CGSC/ST101-6/C3/JUL00 3-47 . discharges or loads 500 containers per day or some combination thereof. 55818L000. Its daily capability follows: In rail or truck terminal operations it transships 820 STON of B/B cargo or 200 containers per terminal for a four-terminal total of 3. *This is a new TOE based on a new concept for cargo-handling operations.

4. M872 RTFL. can stuff and unstuff containers. corps support. augmented by the port operations cargo detachment.000-lb RTFL. Normally attached to a motor transport. In simultaneous operation. Major Pieces of Equipment: Trk.• In LOTS operations. Discharges or loads 350 vehicles from/to a roll-on/roll-off ship. At inland terminals can perpetuate cargo documentation and redocument diverted or reconsigned cargo. moves 750 STON in each direction. However. 50. Basis of Allocation/Employment: As required based on stated capabilities. In simultaneous operations. accomplishes one of the following: Discharges or loads 300 containers.500 STON of B/B cargo. moves 150 containers in each direction.000-lb RT container handler. tractor. Discharges or loads 1.000-lb References: FM 55-1 FM 55-10 FM 55-17 FM 55-60 55817L100 4 4 4 6 2 55817L200 12 12 12 18 6 • CGSC/ST101-6/C3/JUL00 3-48 . 34-ton. M915 Trlr. or terminal battalion. Typically assigned to a transportation composite group or a COSCOM supporting independent corps operations. During container operations. Mobility: This unit is 50-percent mobile. this capability degrades other capabilities. 10.

000-lb References: FM 55-15 FM 55-60 FM 55-70 CGSC/ST101-6/C3/JUL00 3-49 . FL. the unit can. 10. and transships B/B and containerized cargo at water terminals located at fixed ports or in LOTS.250 STON and backload 1. in a fixed port. 34-ton.500 STON of B/B cargo or simultaneously discharge 1. the unit can. in a fixed port. tractor. M872 20 RT. FL. whl-mtd. Capabilities: Operating on a 24-hour basis with 75-percent equipment availability. In logistics-over-the-shore operations (LOTS). FL. Normally attached to a transportation terminal battalion. diesel. when augmented with heavy cranes. 4. Basis of Allocation/Employment: Assigned to a COSCOM. FL.Transportation Company (Breakbulk and Container) SRC 55827L000 I Trans Term Svc Co I TTS TTS Co HQ Ship Plt Shore Plt Equip Maint Sec Plt HQ Hatch Sec Plt HQ Clearance Sec Yard Sec Mission: Discharges.250 STON of B/B cargo. yard-type 22 trailer. the unit can discharge or backload 200 containers or simultaneously discharge 100 and backload 100 containers.600 STON of B/B cargo or simultaneously discharge 800 STON and backload 800 STON of B/B cargo. RT 20 trk. backloads. TAACOM. In LOTS. 40-ton. or transportation command based on requirements and unit capabilities. discharge or backload 2.000-lb 10 RT. discharge or backload 400 containers or simultaneously discharge 200 and backload 200 containers. electric. the unit can discharge or backload 1. Major Pieces of Equipment: 2 crane. 50. When augmented with a heavy crane capability. Mobility: Unit depends on heavy truck transport support for 100-percent mobility.000-lb 11 RT.000-lb 8 RT. 4. container handler.

Basis of Allocation/Employment: One per USAF air terminal requiring coordination. LD. expedites the clearance of Army cargo and personnel arriving at a USAF terminal. LB.Transportation Movement Control Teams SRC 55580LA00 Teams LA. for deploying Army tactical forces. provides technical expertise in the functional areas of transportation. CGSC/ST101-6/C3/JUL00 3-50 . Transportation Movement Control Teams (Air Terminal) SRC 55580LA00 Teams LF. Reference: FM 55-10. Capabilities: On a 24-hour basis. and provides liaison with the USAF air terminal commander and. LG Mission: Coordinates the expeditious clearance of Army cargo and personnel from USAF air terminals. or LE Mission: Performs movement control functions for moving personnel and materiel (except bulk POL by pipeline). Reference: FM 55-10. Teams Alpha through Echo vary in size (3 to 11 personnel) and grade of senior person (sergeant to major) to enable tailoring to requirements with minimal resources. adjutant general (AG). Major Pieces of Equipment: None of significance. Coordinates retrograde or resupply cargo and personnel arrivals. and supply to coordinate with functional counterparts in the TAACOM and/or COSCOM. Basis of Allocation/Employment: As required. Teams Foxtrot and Golf vary in size (19 to 35 personnel) and authorizations to enable tailoring to requirements with minimal resources. Mobility: Unit is 100-percent mobile. Capabilities: Provides movement control functions in support of supply and/or maintenance activities. based on unit capabilities and requirements. LC. Mobility: Unit is 100-percent mobile. Major Pieces of Equipment: None of significance. fixed or LOTS terminals. coordinates the local movement of retrograde or resupply cargo and personnel. as required. or an inland transfer point such as a rail or motor terminal. medical services.

coordinates authorized traffic movement. Capabilities: Extends the commander’s command and control to remote areas as the team observes and reports convoy progress. 4. Capabilities: Operates one TTP with a maximum trailer capacity of 125 trailers in and out (includes receiving. segregating.000-lb 1 FL. RT. and effects changes in truck or convoy routings. tractor. and dispatching for convoy operations). Trailer Transfer Point Team (LE) SRC 55540LE00 Mission: Operates a trailer transfer point (TTP) in conjunction with transportation line-haul operations. Major Pieces of Equipment: 1 FL. assembling. Major Pieces of Equipment: None of significance.Transportation Movement Regulating Team SRC 55580LA00 Team LH Mission: Operates a highway regulation point. RT. Reference: FM 55-10. 5-ton.000-lb 3 trk. Mobility: Unit is 100-percent mobile. based on unit capabilities and stated requirements. yard-type Reference: FM 55-10 FM 55-30 CGSC/ST101-6/C3/JUL00 3-51 . 10. and troubleshoots movement problems. Mobility: Unit is 100-percent mobile. Basis of Allocation/Employment: Established in the corps area as needed. adjusts movement schedules. Basis of Allocation/Employment: As required.

) Basis of Allocation/Employment: Normally two battalions per aviation brigade. Capabilities: In a logistic role.4 STON in a single lift (based on sea level/95° F/HOGE).450 cu ft) of equipment to move and can move 692. It has 268. supplies. (Single-ship capability is 8. Current design has one battalion from the Active Army and one from the Reserve component. Mobility: Unit is 100-percent mobile.300 lbs. and equipment for the corps.800 lbs (37.100 lbs (45. Major Pieces of Equipment: 45 UH-60s [15 per combat aviation company (CAC)]. three infantry company equivalents of personnel and internal/external payloads of 149.050 cu ft). CGSC/ST101-6/C3/JUL00 3-52 . based on an 80-percent operational ready rate.Combat Aviation Battalion (UH-60) SRC 01205A000 II Combat Avn Bn HHC Combat Avn Co Co HQ Flight Operations AVUM Plt Flight Plt Mission: Conducts AASLT operations and aerial movement of personnel. the battalion can move.

and petroleum and tactical movement of artillery.500 lbs or 33 combat troops. can make a one-time lift of 422 combat troops. (Single ship capability is 24.) Basis of Allocation/Employment: Air assault division has two companies per medium helicopter battalion (SRC 01245L100). It has 106. Capabilities: One company consisting of two platoons. Mobility: Unit is 100-percent mobile.000 cu ft) of equipment to move. repair parts. internal/external payloads of 156. Heavy corps have three companies per medium helicopter battalion (SRC 01245L200) and four companies per medium helicopter battalion (SRC 01245L300).8 STON (based on sea level/95° F/HOGE). X (US) Corps has only two companies per battalion. Unit can move 335. based on an 80-percent operational ready rate. Major Pieces of Equipment: 2 UH-1H 16 CH-47D CGSC/ST101-6/C3/JUL00 3-53 . troops.Medium Helicopter Company (CH-47) SRC 01645A000 I Medium Helicopter Co HQ Flight Operations AVUM Plt Flight Plt Mission: Primarily moves ammunition.600 cu ft) of equipment on organic vehicles.000 lbs (22. NOTE: Although authorized three companies.000 lbs (15. and special weapons.

aircraft subsystems. AVIM SRC 01947A100 I Aircraft Maint Co Co HQ Production Control Sec Hel Sys Rep Plt Avionics Rep Plt Svc Plt Quality Control Sec Acft Armt Rep Plt Hel Subsys Rep Plt Supply Plt Plt HQ Hellfire Con Rep Sec Hel Wpn Sys Rep Sec Plt HQ Util/Cgo Hel Rep Sec Obsn/Sct Hel Rep Sec Atk Hel Rep Sec Plt HQ Power Plant Rep Sec Hel Struc Rep Sec Pwrtrn NDI Rep Sec Plt HQ Avn Com Equip Rep Sec Nav Flt Con Rdr Rep Sec Acft Elec Avionic Sec Acft Btry Shop Plt HQ Tech Sup Ops Sec Shipping/Rec Sec Store/Issue Sec RX & QSS Sec Plt HQ Wh Veh Spt Equip Maint Sec GSE-MHE Op Maint Sec Fuel Svc POL Maint Sec Shop Supply Tool Crib Mission: Provides aviation intermediate maintenance (AVIM) and backup AVUM support to corps’ assigned aircraft. Receives. aviation repair parts supply support to corps aviation units.Aircraft Maintenance Company (AMC). stores. and avionics and selected aviation-peculiar ground support items. Capabilities: Maintenance capability per AMC provides aviation-unique repair parts to supported units. and issues repair parts peculiar to aircraft. passback AVIM support for divisional aircraft maintenance. including aircraft armament and avionics. Provides contact teams on call to supported units when their maintenance capability is exceeded. Provides backup aircraft rigging and all nonstandard rigging CGSC/ST101-6/C3/JUL00 3-54 . and reparable exchange (RX) support for selected repair parts for divisional AVIM units.

Mobility: Unit is 50-percent mobile.2 44. cgo.200 8. tractor. cgo. 21/2-ton trk.100 16. 5-ton 8 semitrlr. Major Pieces of Equipment: 17 trk. 12-ton (lowbed) FL.for air or ground recovery. Performs aircraft weight and balance and other special inspections as required for supported units. 5-ton (dropside) supply van semitrlr. RT. it can perform intermediate maintenance on the following: Annual Man-Hours Observation airplane Util/cgo Heavy hel Aer survl sensor 16. 10. 4.4 22.4 7.700 Daily Man-Hours 44. RT. 221/2-ton 2 FL.000-lb 11 1 12 1 1 CGSC/ST101-6/C3/JUL00 3-55 .000-lb trk. 5-ton 20 trk. When augmented.200 2.4 Basis of Allocation/Employment: Organic to an aviation battalion (AVIM). cgo. and maintains and issues operational readiness floats. 5/4-ton 1 wrecker.

....... The major items of equipment are also listed for each unit..................................... 63886A000 . 55188L000....................... 63135L000............................................................................................... 63445L100. 63140A000 .......................... 08297L000................................................. Additionally.................................................... 42008L000..... Listed are those units and their nomenclature that were available at press time............................................................... ACR Division Support Command (Light) Main Support Battalion (Light) Headquarters and Supply Co (HSC) (MSB) (Lt) Transportation Motor Transport Co (MSB) (Lt) Maintenance Company (MSB) (Lt) Medical Company (MSB) (Lt) Forward Support Battalion (Lt) Headquarters and Supply Co (HSC) (FSB) (Lt) Medical Company (FSB) (Lt) Maintenance Company (FSB) (Lt) Aviation Maintenance Company (AMCO). 08057L000.................................................................................................................... 63142L000.............................................................. 08058L100.............................................................................................................................................................. 43079L400.......................................CHAPTER 4 DIVISION AND SEPARATE BRIGADE/ACR CSS UNITS This chapter summarizes the missions and capabilities of the units organic to a heavy and light DISCOM and the support battalion/squadron of a separate heavy brigade/ACR IAW the Army of Excellence (AOE)/Limited Conversion Division (LCD) structure........................................ 63065L000.. 43218L000................................. UH Mix (Lt) Division Support Command [Air Assault (AASLT)] Main Support Battalion (AASLT) Headquarters and Supply Co (HSC) (MSB) (AASLT) Heavy Maintenance Company (MSB) (AASLT) Light Maintenance Company (MSB) (AASLT) Transportation Motor Transport Co (MSB) (AASLT) Medical Company (MSB) (AASLT) CGSC/ST101-6/C4/JUL00 4-1 SRC Number Page 4-3 4-4 4-5 4-7 4-9 4-11 4-12 4-13 4-14 4-15 4-16 4-17 4-18 4-20 4-21 4-22 4-23 4-25 4-27 4-28 4-29 4-30 4-31 4-33 4-34 4-35 4-36 4-37 4-38 4-40 4-41 4-42 4-43 4-44 4-45 4-46 4-47 4-48 4-50 4-52 4-53 63000A100 ........... 43168L000................ 42007L100........ Doctrinal references for Div XXI support were in the publishing stages and were not available before this document went to print... ACR Medical Troop................................ 43167L000.... 63220A200 ............................................................................................................................. 43008L000............. 63885A200 ... 63226L000....................................................................................................... 63226L000.......... 08477L000................ 43888A200 .................. Title Division Support Command (DISCOM) (Heavy) Main Support Battalion (MSB) Medical Company (MSB) Supply and Service Company (MSB) Electronics Maint Company (MSB) Hvy Maintenance Company (MSB) Trans Motor Transport (TMT) Company (MSB) Forward Support Battalion (FSB) Medical Company (FSB) Quartermaster Support Company (FSB) Ordnance (Maint) Company (FSB) Division Aviation Support Battalion (DASB) (Hvy) Headquarters and Supply Co (HSC) (DASB) (Hvy) Ground Maintenance Company (DASB) (Hvy) Aircraft Maint Company (AMC) (DASB) (Hvy) Support Battalion (Sep Hvy Bde) Medical Company (Sep Hvy Bde) Supply and Transport Company (Sep Hvy Bde) Maintenance Company (Sep Hvy Bde) Support Squadron....................................................................... 08277L000............................. 63156L000......................... 01933A200 ..... 43009L000................................................. 01977L200....... 08437L000.................................... Spt Sqdn............................... 55168L000................................... this chapter gives a brief overview of units organic to the emerging Division XXI (Div XXI) support command......... 42077L000................. 08298L000................................................................................. 42877L100....... 43217L000..................... 55178L000........... 63216L000..... ............................. 43187L000........................................ 63216L000...................... 63005L100.................. ACR Supply and Transport Troop Ordnance (Maint) Troop.......................................... 09018A000 ..........

................................................................... 4-109 Aviation Maintenance Company (DASB) (Div XXI) (Heavy) 01933F000 .............................................................................................. 4-111 CGSC/ST101-6/C4/JUL00 4-2 ........................................... 4-62 Aviation Maintenance Company (AMCO) (AASLT) 01927A100............. 4-81 Forward Support Medical Company (FSB) (Abn) 08268L000 ...................... 4-97 Forward Support Company (FSB) (Div XXI) (Heavy) 63109F100 (Armor) .................................................................................. 4-63 Aviation Maintenance Company (AMCO) (AASLT) 01927A200........................................................... 4-57 Forward Support Medical Company (FSB) (AASLT) 08278L000 ............................................................................................................. 4-98 Forward Support Company (FSB) (Div XXI) (Heavy) 63109F200 (Mechanized) ....................................... 4-79 Forward Support Maintenance Company (FSB) (Abn) 43259L000 ........................................................Title SRC Number Page Forward Support Battalion (FSB) (AASLT) 63145L000 .................................. 4-61 Headquarters and Headquarters Co (AMB) (AASLT) 01926A000.............................................. 4-94 Forward Support Battalion (FSB) (2x1) (Div XXI) (Heavy) 63115F100 ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 4-90 Area Maintenance Company (DSB) (Div XXI) (Heavy) 43208F000 ...................... 4-92 Transportation Motor Transport (TMT) Company (DSB) (Div XXI) (Heavy) 55288F000 ....... 4-59 Air Ambulance Company (AASLT) 08279L000 ...................... 4-102 Medical Company (FSB) (Div XXI) (Heavy) 08158F000 ........................................... 4-106 Headquarters and Supply Company (HSC) (DASB) (Div XXI) (Heavy) 63386F000 .................................................................................................. 4-78 Headquarters and Supply Co (HSC) (FSB) (Abn) 63256L000 ............................................................................................................................................................................. 4-96 Forward Support Battalion (FSB) (1x2) (Div XXI) (Heavy) 63115F200 ................................................. 4-87 Medical Company (DSB) (Div XXI) (Heavy) 08257F000 ......................................................................................................................... 4-69 Light Maintenance Company (MSB) (Abn) 43257L000 ......... 4-60 Aviation Maintenance Battalion (AMB) (AASLT) 01925A000............. 4-66 Headquarters and Supply Co (HSC) (MSB) (Abn) 63266L000 ................................... 4-88 Quartermaster Company (DSB) (Div XXI) (Heavy) 42207F000 ...... 4-86 Division Support Battalion (DSB) (Div XXI) (Heavy) 63235F000 ................ 4-107 Ground Maintenance Company (DASB) (Div XXI) (Heavy) 43388F000 ...................................... 4-65 Main Support Battalion (MSB) (Abn) 63265L000 ........................................................................................................................................ 4-84 Division Support Command [Division (Div) XXI] (Heavy) 63000F100 ..................... 4-74 Airdrop Equipment Supply Company (MSB) (Abn) 10337L000 ............ 4-56 Fwd Spt Maintenance Company (FSB) (AASLT) 43169L000 ........... 4-76 Forward Support Battalion (FSB) (Abn) 63255L000 .......................................... 4-100 Base Support Company (FSB) (Div XXI) (Heavy) 63108F000 ....................................... 4-71 Transportation Motor Transport Co (MSB) (Abn) 55158L000 ....................... 4-73 Medical Company (MSB) (Abn) 08267L000 ............................................ 4-67 Heavy Maintenance Company (MSB) (Abn) 43258L000 .................. 4-55 Headquarters and Supply Co (HSC) (FSB) (AASLT) 63146L000 ............................................................................................ 4-63 Division Support Command (Airborne) (Abn) 63250A000.......................................... 4-83 Aviation Maintenance Company (AMCO) (Abn) 01953A000................... 4-104 Division Aviation Support Battalion (DASB) (Div XXI) 63385F000 ..........................................................................................

Mobility: See mobility of subordinate units.Division Support Command (DISCOM) (Heavy) SRC 63000A100 X DISCOM (Hvy) DISCOM HHC/MMC Main Spt Bn Division ASB Fwd Spt Bn HHD TMT Co Hvy Maint Co Medical Co HHD S&S Co Electronic Maint Co Maint Co HQ & Sup Co Gnd Maint Co Aircraft Maint Co Supply Co Medical Co Mission: Provides combat service support (CSS) to assigned and attached units in sector through organic units. Capabilities: Provides support to one heavy division’s organic and attached units. References: FM 63-2 FM 63-2-2 CGSC/ST101-6/C4/JUL00 4-3 . Major Pieces of Equipment: See respective units. Basis of Allocation/Employment: One per heavy division. FSB base TOE is tailored for support to either mechanized or armor units with respective maintenance support teams (MSTs).

and medical support to supported units for a variety of missions. DS supply. Basis of Allocation: One per DISCOM. also provides field services. The MSB coordinates rear area security for subordinate units and also provides backup DS maintenance support to the FSB.Main Support Battalion (MSB) SRC 63135L000 II Main Spt Bn MSB HHD TMT Co Hvy Maint Co Medical Co S&S Co Electronic Maint Co Mission: Provides DS maintenance. Mobility: The HQ is 100-percent mobile. transportation. Major Pieces of Equipment: See respective subordinate units. Capabilities: See respective subordinate units. References: FM 63-2 FM 63-2-2 FM 63-21 CGSC/ST101-6/C4/JUL00 4-4 . When augmented.

• Provides PM support. Reinforces/reconstitutes level II CHS assets operating in the BSA. Provides level II CHS. • Provides optometry support limited to eye examinations. Provides level I CHS for those units without organic medical assets operating in the division rear . evaluation. and repair services. drug and alcohol. spectacle frame assembly using presurfaced single-vision lens. Provides patient holding for up to 40 patients who can RTD within 72 hours. CGSC/ST101-6/C4/JUL00 4-5 Maintains 5 days of class VIII resupply and provides medical equipment maintenance support. to units operating in the division rear area. and neuropsychiatric disorders. • • • • • area. Capabilities: Provides mental health support. and supervision of treatment for combat stress. including environmental health surveillance inspections and consultation services. Provides level I and II CHS on an area basis within the DSA. • • • Operates a clearing station in the DSA. including preventive consultation. on an area basis.Medical Company (MSB) SRC 08057L000 I Main Spt Med Co Co HQ PM Sec Optometry Team Mental Health Svcs DMSO Treatment Plt Ambulance Plt Area Spt Sec Trmt Plt HQ Treatment Squad Plt HQ Ambulance Squad Area Spt Squad Trmt Squad Patient Holding Sqd Mission: Provides division-level and unit-level CHS on an area basis to units operating in the DSA that are not otherwise provided this type of support.

and prepares to evacuate sick. normally located in the DSA. • • Evacuates patients to treatment facilities by organic ground ambulance. and X-ray services commensurate with level II CHS. sustaining dental care. stabilizes. wounded. Basis of Allocation/Employment: One per MSB heavy division. pharmacology. • Provides laboratory. • Provides emergency dental care. provide advanced trauma management and sick call as required. including stabilization of maxillofacial injuries. Treatment squads.• Triages. References: FM 8-10 FM 8-10-1 FM 8-10-5 FM 63-2 FM 63-2-2 FM 63-21 CGSC/ST101-6/C4/JUL00 4-6 . Major Pieces of Equipment: 10 four-litter HMMWV( M997) ambulances. and limited preventive dentistry. initially resuscitates. or injured patients generated in the division rear area. capable of operating independently for limited periods of time. Mobility: Unit is 100-percent mobile (without patients). Each treatment squad can break down into two treatment teams that can also operate independently for a limited time.

000 gal/day 240. Capabilities: Receives.000 gal/day .4 STON 2.000 gal/day 520. (temporarily) stores. CGSC/ST101-6/C4/JUL00 4-7 120.000 gal of water/day Distributes 30.4 STON 31.000 gal/day 260. storing. and VII supplies and providing water purification with limited distribution. and issuing class I. II.Supply and Service Company (MSB) SRC 42007L100 I Supply & Service Co SVC Co HQ Supply Plt POL Store/ Distr Class I Water Maint Sec Plt HQ Rec.4 STON (less engr const mat) 19.8 STON (packaged) 27.000 gal and issues 120. & Issue Sec Plt HQ Plt HQ Store/ Issue Sec Distr Sec Water Sec Cl I Sec Mission: Supports the heavy division by receiving.1 STON Water: Provides up to five water supply points for purification and distribution (normal method of employment is one per support battalion) Stores 60. and issues daily: class I class II class III class IV class VII 60.000 gal/day 170. IV. III. Stor.000 gal water (two rnd-tps/day) POL: Stores (one time in bags) (one time in tankers) Issues Distributes (if line-haul to the FSB) (if local haul to the FSB) Provides a salvage collection point.

cgo. RT. fabric. 500-gal H2O 12 10. RT.000-gal.000-gal References: FM 10-52-1 FM 63-2 FM 63-2-2 FM 63-21 tank. 5-ton. 600-gal 12 trk. 10. tractor. 4. Mobility: Unit is 30-percent mobile. flatbed. fab. 3. FL. 5. FL. 500-gal POL 18 drum.Basis of Allocation/Employment: One per MSB. fabric tank (SMFT).000-gal tank 6 350-GPM pump 2 trk. var reach trk.000-gal 350-GPM filter separator trk. collapsible.000-lb. normally employed in the DSA near the main lines of communication (LOC). 3. 6. collapsible. 5-ton. cgo. Major Pieces of Equipment: 3 FAWPSS 10 water pur (ROWPU). 6x6 (25 assigned to POL distr plt) 34 9 2 2 2 6 3 3 32 CGSC/ST101-6/C4/JUL00 4-8 . 221/2-ton 34 semitrlr. mounted. collapsible. fabric. 5/4-ton FARE FSSP semitrlr. H2O (onion tank) trk.000-lb trk. FL.000-lb 7 semitrlr. dropside 18 drum.

Technical assistance and PLL supply support to supported units. operates from the DSA. Mobility: Unit is 80-percent mobile. land combat missile systems (LCMS). • • • • MSTs for onsite contact maintenance support of LCMS. RX service for approx 500 selected items and maintains approx 1. target acquisition and surveillance radar. • Base shop maintenance for ADA systems.000 lines of class IX repair parts (common and missile) managed under the Standard Army Retail Supply System (SARSS)-1. commensurate with stated capabilities. provides DS maintenance for— • Electronic tests and diagnostics down to the shop replaceable unit (SRU) level. Basis of Allocation/Employment: One per MSB. and aviation units. man-portable common thermal night sight (MCTNS). CE equipment. CGSC/ST101-6/C4/JUL00 4-9 . An ASL of approx 6.Electronics Maint Company (MSB) SRC 09018A000 I Electronics Maint Co ELEC Co HQ Maint Control Sec Test/ Diagnostic Sec Msl Maint Plt CE Plt Tech Sup Plt Plt HQ LCMS Sec MLRS Spt Team ADA Maint Sec Plt HQ Elec Rep Sec Radio Rep Sec F&E Rep Sec Plt HQ Ship/Receive Sec Store/Issue Sec Trans Sec RX/QSS Sec Mission: Provides DS electronics maintenance. including SRU screening for supported units. and fuel and electric (F&E) systems.000 lines of shop stock for the DS maintenance base shops. MI (combat electronic warfare intelligence). and class IX supply support to division units. less signal. Capabilities: At level 1.

ATLAS 3 (25 assigned to POL distr plt)trk.Major Pieces of Equipment: 24 tractor. 10. FL.000-lb. RT CGSC/ST101-6/C4/JUL00 4-10 . MTV 12 trk. FL. LMTV References: FM 43-12 FM 63-2 FM 63-2-2 FM 63-21 2 trk.

Heavy Maintenance Company (MSB) SRC 43008L000 Heavy Maint Co Co HQ Maint Spt Plt Maint Control Sec Automotive & Arm Spt Plt Mission: Provides DS maintenance to division units not supported by FSBs and provides backup maintenance to the FSB maintenance companies. Can provide MSTs to support forward or provide backup DS to FSB maintenance companies. Mobility: Unit is 80-percent mobile. Capabilities: Provides the following DS maintenance: • • • • • • • • • automotive equipment artillery equipment engineer equipment power-generation equipment fire control instruments and fire control computer equipment metalworking/machining canvas small arms tank turrets Basis of Allocation/Employment: One per MSB. Operates for the DISCOM in the division rear. References: FM 43-12 FM 63-2 FM 63-2-2 FM 63-21 CGSC/ST101-6/C4/JUL00 4-11 . Major Pieces of Equipment: None of significance.

6x6 33 trk. tractor. Furnishes vehicles to assist division elements requiring supplemental transportation. 5-ton. dropside. cgo. lowbed. Provides truck transport for moving heavy and/or outsized vehicles and cargo and for transporting reserve supplies. HET. Major Pieces of Equipment: 66 semitrlr.Transportation Motor Transport (TMT) Company (MSB) SRC 55188L000 I TMT Co TMT Co HQ Light Truck Plt Medium Truck Plt Heavy Trk Plt Maint Sec Plt HQ Light Truck Squad Plt HQ Medium Truck Squad Plt HQ HET Truck Squad Mission: Provides truck transport for distributing class I.450 STON/day Hvy trk plt: Line-haul 36 tanks/day or 1. Capabilities (based on 75-percent availability): Lt trk plt: Line-haul 270 STON/day Local haul 540 STON/day Mdm trk plt: Line-haul 725 STON/day Local haul 1. 60-ton 24 trk. Mobility: Unit is 100-percent mobile. HET.600 STON/day Basis of Allocation/Employment: One per MSB heavy division. flatbed. tractor. B/B cont transporter. IV. 221/2-ton 24 semitrlr. to include emergency unit distribution of class V. 6x6 References: FM 55-15 FM 55-30 FM 63-2 FM 63-2-2 FM 63-21 CGSC/ST101-6/C4/JUL00 4-12 . and VII supplies for the division.800 STON/day Local haul 72 tanks/day or 3. 8x6 36 trk. 5-ton. II.

Forward Support Battalion (FSB) SRC 63005L100 Forward Support Bn II FSB HHD QM Spt Co Maint Co Medical Co Mission: Provides division-level logistic support for a heavy division brigade and other divisional units located in a BSA. Capabilities: See respective units. Mobility: Unit is 100-percent mobile. References: FM 63-2 FM 63-2-2 FM 63-20 CGSC/ST101-6/C4/JUL00 4-13 . Major Pieces of Equipment: See respective units.

initially resuscitates. to units operating in the brigade rear area. Basis of Allocation/Employment: One per FSB. and prepares to evacuate sick. Mobility: Unit is 100-percent mobile. Capabilities: • • • • • • • area. Provides patient holding for up to 40 patients who can RTD within 72 hours. Provides level I CHS for those units without organic medical assets operating in the division rear • Triages. The medical company also evacuates casualties from the maneuver battalion aid stations to its treatment section. Major Pieces of Equipment: 4 M997 HMMWV ambulances 6 M113 armored ambulances References: FM 8-10-1 CGSC/ST101-6/C4/JUL00 4-14 FM 8-10-5 FM 63-2 FM 63-2-2 FM 63-20 . stabilizes.Medical Company (FSB) SRC 08058L100 I Fwd Spt Med Co Co HQ Treatment Plt Ambulance Plt Forward Surgical Team Plt HQ Trmt Squad Area Spt Sec Plt HQ Amb Sqd (Wheeled) Amb Sqd (Tracked) Area Trmt Squad Pnt Hldg Squad Area Spt Squad Mission: Provides CHS for organic and attached brigade elements and other units operating in the BSA. Evacuates patients to treatment facilities by organic ground ambulance. Provides level I and II CHS on an area basis within the BSA. Provides level I CHS. wounded. Operates a clearing station in the BSA. Provides emergency medical supply/resupply to units operating in the brigade area. • • Provides emergency dental care. It receives and sorts patients and provides temporary medical and resuscitative care. on an area basis. or injured patients generated in the division rear area. Reinforces/reconstitutes level I CHS assets operating in the battalion support areas. operates in the BSA.

IV (less construction).000-gal tanker 14 5-ton tractor 8 FL. stores.4 gal/day store (one-time basis) gal/day issue (if line-haul from MSB) gal/day issue (if local haul from MSB) IV IV(e) V VII transload Provides mess for FSB (except med co) Establishes salvage and collection points Basis of Allocation/Employment: One per FSB. hvy. II.3 20.7 16.6 572.Quartermaster Support Company (FSB) SRC 42008L000 I QM Spt Co (FSB) FWD Co HQ Supply Plt Plt HQ Supply Sec Cl V (ATP) Petrl Sec Mission: Supports one divisional maneuver brigade by receiving. 8x20 FM 8-10-5 FM 63-2 FM 63-2-2 FM 63-20 .0 11. III.000 9. and VII supplies and by operating an ATP.000-lb References: FM 8-10-1 CGSC/ST101-6/C4/JUL00 4-15 3 trk. PLS. demountable.2 58. and issues: Class I II III(p) III(b) STON 17. storing. PLS. RT. cgo. Major Pieces of Equipment: 11 5. cgo. transptr w/trlr 18 bed. Mobility: Unit is 85-percent mobile.600 87. 6.500 175. Capabilities: Receives.9 1. and issuing class I. normally operates from within the BSA.

communications security (COMSEC).Ordnance (Maint) Company (FSB) SRC 43009L000 I Ord Maint Co (FSB) FWD Co HQ Maint Control Sec Cl IX Spt Sec Autmv/Armt Maint Plt Gnd Spt Equip Plt Plt HQ Autmv Maint Rep Sec Armt Maint Rep Sec Arty Spt Team Tank Sys Spt Tm Inf (Mech) Spt Tm Eng Sys Spt Team Plt HQ Service Recovery Sec Gnd Spt Equip Rep Sec Elect Equip Rep Sec Missile Maint Rep Sec Augmentation not included in totals Msl Sys Spt Tm Mission: Provides DS maintenance and common repair parts supply support to attached and supporting units of a brigade in a heavy division. Provides RX service of selected items. References: FM 43-12 FM 63-2 FM 63-2-2 FM 63-20 CGSC/ST101-6/C4/JUL00 4-16 . Major Pieces of Equipment: None of significance. normally employed in the BSA. and ammunition. Basis of Allocation/Employment: One per FSB. MSTs provide onsite maintenance. Capabilities: Provides DS maintenance to all brigade equipment except medical. avionics.000 lines. airdrop. aircraft armament. Mobility: Unit is 100-percent mobile. Maintains an ASL of up to 3.

VII) Bn consolidated mess • • • • • Bde gnd veh maint Consolidated cl IX (gnd and air) Provide cav sqd MST DASB consolidated unit maint Backup recovery and evac • • • Avn bde AVIM Backup aircraft recovery Backup AVUM spt Mission: Provides focused CSS to the heavy division aviation brigade with organic AH-64 attack helicopter battalions (AHBs). 350-GPM 2 trk. 7½-ton wrecker. tractor. and backup AVUM support for the aviation brigade.Division Aviation Support Battalion (DASB) (Heavy) SRC 63885A200 II Div Aviation Spt Bn DASB HQ & Supply Co Gnd Maint Co Aircraft Maint Co • • • FARP Avn bde supply (cl I. Performs DS maintenance on ground support equipment (GSE) organic to the aviation brigade. Mobility: Unit is 50-percent mobile. Basis of Allocation/Employment: One per heavy division aviation brigade with an organic AH-64 AHB. flatbed. including aircraft armament and avionics. POL. 500-gal 2 pump. wheeled (various models) CGSC/ST101-6/C4/JUL00 4-17 . FL.000-gal 15 HEMTT. III. II.500-gal 8 FARE 3 trk. 4. Major Pieces of Equipment (Battalion roll-up): 3 semitrlr. 25-ton semitrlr. 60. MTV (5-ton capacity) track recovery veh. RT. M88A1E1 trk. and issues class I. HEMTT (w/crane) (lt) trk. ptbl. Its mission capabilities are accomplished through the combined capabilities of its three organic companies. 11-ton. IV. Provides AVIM support. V. 5. IV. tanker. 22½-ton semitrlr.000-lb References: FM 1-500 FM 63-2-2 3 21 20 1 42 9 3 2 1 4 FM 63-2 trk.000-lb 1 trk. 2. VII. LMTV (2½-ton capacity) trk. and IX supplies in DS of the aviation brigade.000-gal) 24 fuel drum. flatbed. FL. 10. V. RT. MTV 1 FSSP. MTV semitrlr. flatbed. Capabilities: Receives. 10. III. HEMAT semitrlr. lowboy.000-gal 6 tank assy (fabric collaps. II. 8x8. temporarily stores.

and transports bulk petroleum daily (gal): 4-18 CGSC/ST101-6/C4/JUL00 . directs. stores. • Receives. security. directs. and supervises the DASB DS supply and DS maintenance mission. II. and logistics support. III. The supply company receives.8 8.Headquarters and Supply Company (HSC) (DASB) (Heavy) SRC 63886A000 I HQ & Sup Co HQ Bn HQ Supply Co Cmd Sec S1 Sec Spt Ops Sec Gen Sup Plt Co HQ Cl III/V Plt UMT S2/3 Sec S4 Sec Plt HQ Gen Sup Sec Plt HQ Cl III/V Store/Issue FARP Sec Acft Refuel Sec Mission: Commands and controls units assigned or attached to the DASB.6 5. Capabilities: Plans. and supervises the DASB’s administration. issues. and issues class I. stores.4 0. Plans. and issues 1 DOS: Class class I class II class III(p) class IV class VII STON/Gal 8.6 • Receives. Plans and directs rear operations as the DISCOM commander assigns. stores. IV(less construction material).6 4. Operates a battalion Personnel Administration Center (PAC) and provides consolidated food service support for the DASB. and VII supplies in support of the division aviation brigade and cavalry squadron. training.

FL. 500-gal References: FM 63-2 FM 63-2-2 FM 63-23 (draft) 2 3 4 8 7 3 l pump. LMTV. Operates a rear area helicopter refueling site in the division rear. ptbl.600 Establishes and operates class III(b) transload sites in the BSA to resupply forward arming and refueling points (FARPs) the AHB and cavalry troops operate. 2.500-gal (aviation grade) 8 FARE 12 HEMTT. 60.000-gal) 24 fuel drum. 5. Major Pieces of Equipment: 3 semitrlr.500-gal 1 FSSP. tractor. lowboy. 2. Basis of Allocation/Employment: One per heavy division aviation brigade with an organic AH-64 AHB. Provides supplemental class V assets to support aviation and cavalry class V demands on the ATPs operated by the FSB or the maneuver-oriented ammunition distribution system palletized loading system (MOADS/PLS) in the division rear. ATLAS trk.800 114. MTV semitrlr. 25-ton CGSC/ST101-6/C4/JUL00 4-19 .Class class III(b) storage/issue class III(b) transport/distribute STON/Gal 124. 350-GPM trk. MTV. Mobility: Unit is 75-percent mobile. 5-ton trk. 10. 22 ½-ton semitrlr. flatbed.000-gal 6 tank assy (fabric collaps.000-gal 3 HEMTT. 2 ½-ton trk.

production control. RT. 4. FL. LMTV. lowbed.000 lines of class IX repair parts (4. flatbed.000 aviation and 2.000 common). MTV 2 trk. 2½-ton 1 track recovery veh. Has an ASL of approximately 6. M88A1E1 21 trk. Major Pieces of Equipment: 5 semitrlr. 22½-ton 14 trk. Mobility: Unit is 75-percent mobile.Ground Maintenance Company (DASB) (Heavy) SRC 43888A200 I Ground Maint Co Co HQ Bn Maint Plt DS Maint Plt Tech Sup Plt Maint Cont Sec Plt HQ Maint Sec Plt HQ Ship/Recv Sec Plt HQ Auto Track Veh Rep Sec Svc/Recov Sec Store/Issue Sec RX/QSS Sec Gnd Spt Eq Rep Sec Armament Rep Sec Comm/Elec Rep Sec Cav Sys Spt Tm Mission: Provides conventional DS maintenance and class IX supply support to the division aviation brigade and cavalry squadron. Provides consolidated unit-level maintenance for the three units organic to the DASB. FL. Capabilities: Provides DS maintenance. Operates an RX service for approximately 550 selected items and maintains approximately 1. tractor.000-lb diesel semitrlr. Basis of Allocation/Employment: One per DASB heavy division. and equipment readiness reporting. Provides technical assistance for unit maintenance and PLL supply support to brigade units. ATLAS References: FM 43-12 FM 63-2 2 7 2 17 4 FM 63-2-2 semitrlr. Provides backup vehicle recovery capability to supported units and onsite combat system-oriented maintenance support for the cavalry squadron. wheeled (various models) CGSC/ST101-6/C4/JUL00 4-20 . shop management. 25-ton trk. van wrecker.000 lines of shop stock for the DS maintenance shops. 5-ton trk. MTV.

electronic. flatbed. LMTV. Provides AVIM and backup AVUM to aviation brigade aircraft maintenance companies. avionics. tractor. 24 OH-58. airframe. powertrain. technical assistance. cgo. repair/service. Augmentation is not applicable to this TOE. Major Pieces of Equipment: 4 semitrlr.Aircraft Maintenance Company (AMC) (DASB) (Heavy) SRC 01933A200 I Aircraft Maint Co Co HQ Production Control Sec Hel Sys Rep Plt Avionics Rep Plt Quality Control Sec Acft Armt Rep Plt Hel Subsys Rep Plt Plt HQ Hel Fire Con Rep Sec Hel Wpn Sys Rep Sec Plt HQ Util/Cgo Hel Rep Sec Obsn/Sct Hel Rep Sec Atk Hel Rep Sec Plt HQ Pneu Rep Sec Hel Struc Rep Sec Pwrtrn NDI Rep Sec Plt HQ Avn Com Equip Rep Sec Nav Flt Con Rdr Rep Sec Acft Elec Avionic Sec Acft Btry Shop Mission: Provides AVIM aircraft maintenance (includes armament. Basis of Allocation/Employment: One per heavy division DASB. pneudraulic. component. and 48 AH-64 helicopters. Capabilities: Unit can support approximately 24 UH-60. and quality control to the RX/aviation intensively managed items program. avionics. ATLAS 15 trk. and aviation-peculiar GSE) to a heavy division’s aviation units. MTV. 221/2-ton 1 FL. 21/2-ton Reference: FM 1-500 CGSC/ST101-6/C4/JUL00 4-21 1 semitrlr (lowbed) 14 trk. 5-ton . dynamic systems. Mobility: Unit is 50-percent mobile. mission equipment. aircraft recovery (when owning unit capability is exceeded). armament. Provides battle damage assessment and repair (BDAR).

Support Battalion (Separate Heavy Brigade) SRC 63445L100

II Spt Bn (Sep Hvy Bde) FSB

HHC/MMC

Sup & Trans Co

Maint Co

Medical Co

Mission: Provides CSS for a separate heavy brigade and attached units. Capabilities: When organized under TOE 63445L100, it supports two tank battalions and one mechanized battalion. When organized under TOE 63445L200, it supports one tank battalion and two mechanized battalions. For specific capabilities, see subordinate units. Has an organic materiel management center (MMC). Basis of Allocation/Employment: One per heavy brigade. Mobility: Unit is 100-percent mobile. Major Pieces of Equipment: See respective units. References: FM 63-1 FM 63-2

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Medical Company (Sep Hvy Bde) SRC 08437L000
I Med Co

Co HQ

PM Sec

Optometry Sec

Mental Health Svcs

Bde Med Sup Sec

Treatment Plt

Ambulance Plt

Area Spt Sec

Treatment Squad

Trmt Plt HQ

Plt HQ

Amb Sqd (Wheeled)

Area Spt Sqd

Trmt Sqd

Patient Holding Sqd

Surgical Sqd

Amb Sqd (Tracked)

Mission: Provides division CHS for organic and attached brigade elements and other units operating in the BSA. It receives and sorts patients and provides temporary medical and surgical care. The medical company also evacuates casualties from the maneuver battalion aid stations to its treatment section. Capabilities:

Provides mental health support, including preventive consultation, evaluation, and supervision of treatment for combat stress, drug and alcohol, and neuropsychiatric disorders.

• • •

Operates a clearing station in the BSA. Provides patient holding for up to 40 patients who can RTD within 72 hours.

• Provides optometry support limited to eye examinations, spectacle frame assembly using presurfaced single-vision lens, and repair services. • Provides PM support, including environmental health surveillance inspections and consultation services. • Brigade Medical Supply Office (BMSO) provides class VIII resupply, blood products, and medical maintenance for assigned and attached units. • • •
area.
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Reinforces/reconstitutes level I CHS assets operating in the battalion support areas. Provides level I and II CHS on an area basis within the BSA. Provides level I CHS for those units without organic medical assets operating in the division rear

• Triages, initially resuscitates, stabilizes, and prepares to evacuate sick, wounded, or injured patients generated in the division rear area.
Treatment squads, capable of operating independently for limited periods of time, provide advanced trauma management and sick call as required. Each treatment squad can break down into two treatment teams that can also operate independently for a limited time.

• •

Evacuates patients to treatment facilities by organic ground ambulance.

• Provides emergency dental care, including stabilization of maxillofacial injuries, sustaining dental care, and limited preventive dentistry. •
Provides laboratory, pharmacology, and X-ray services commensurate with level II CHS. Basis of Allocation/Employment. One per support battalion. Operating in the BSA, the medical company provides initial resuscitative treatment (minor medical and surgical treatment). Mobility: Unit is 100-percent mobile. Major Pieces of Equipment: 6 M997 HMMWV ambulance (4-litter) 6 M113 armored ambulance References: FM 8-10 FM 8-10-1 FM 8-10-5 FM 63-1 FM 63-2

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Supply and Transport Company (Sep Hvy Bde) SRC 42877L100
I Sup & Trans Co

Co HQ

Supply Plt

Maint Sec

TMT Plt

Petrl Plt

Plt HQ

Cl I Water Sec

Rec, Store, & Iss Sec

ATP

Plt HQ

Petrl Sup & Distr Sec

Plt HQ

Lt/Mdm Trk Sqd

Mission: Supports a separate heavy brigade by receiving, storing, issuing, and transporting class I, II, III, IV (less construction), and VII supplies; providing water purification and limited distribution; and operating an ATP in the BSA. Capabilities:

Receives, stores, and issues: Class I II III(p) III(b) IV V VII water STON/GAL 14.3 7.4 1.1 58,600 77,200 8.1 550.0 8.7 21,000 60,000

gal/day stores/issues distributes transloads gal storage gal/day issues

• •

Transportation at 75-percent availability—one-time lift 170 STON. When augmented, provides SLCR and mortuary affairs (MA) services.

Basis of Allocation/Employment: One per separate heavy brigade support battalion.

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Mobility: Unit is 100-percent mobile. Major Pieces of Equipment: 2 FAWPSS 35 truck, 5-ton, cgo 4 water purification unit, 600-gal 3 FL, 4,000-lb 1 FSSP (6 ea 10,000-gal-cap tank) 2 semitrlr, tank, 3,000-gal, water 6 water tank, collapsible, 1,500-gal 9 tanker, 5,000-gal 17 tractor, 5-ton 7 FL, RT, 6,000-lb 14 semitrlr, 221/2-ton 6 HET References: FM 55-15 FM 63-1 FM 63-2

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Maintenance Company (Sep Hvy Bde) SRC 43079L400
I Maint Co

Co HQ

Maint Control Sec

Cl IX Sup Sec

Autmv/Armt Maint Plt

Gnd Spt Equip Plt

Plt HQ

Autmv Maint Rep Sec

Armt Maint Rep Sec

Arty Maint Spt Tm

Mech/Tk Spt Tm

Mission: Provides DS maintenance and common repair parts supply support to attached and supporting units of a separate heavy brigade. Capabilities:

• Provides DS maintenance to all brigade equipment except medical, airdrop, avionics, aircraft, and ammunition. • • • •
Maintains an ASL of up to 5,000 lines. Provides RX service of selected items. MSTs/system support teams (SSTs) provide onsite maintenance. Provides limited reinforcing recovery assistance to supported units.

Basis of Allocation/Employment: One per support battalion; normally employed in the BSA. Mobility: Unit is 100-percent mobile. Major Pieces of Equipment: None of significance. References: FM 43-12 FM 63-1 FM 63-2

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Major Pieces of Equipment: See respective subordinate units. The squadron has a data center and MMC in the squadron HQ. Armored Cavalry Regiment (ACR) SRC 63065L000 II Spt Sqdn.Support Squadron. ACR RSS HHT/MMC Sup & Trans Troop Maint Troop Medical Troop Mission: Provides DS maintenance. Provides field service when augmented. References: FM 63-1 FM 63-2 CGSC/ST101-6/C4/JUL00 4-28 . DS supply. and medical support to the ACR and its attached units. Basis of Allocation/Employment: One per ACR. transportation. Capabilities: See respective subordinate units. Mobility: Unit is 100-percent mobile.

Performs emergency and sustaining dental care and limited preventive dentistry. wounded. Basis of Allocation/Employment: One per support squadron. to units not otherwise provided this support that operate in the regimental area. Capabilities: Performs triage. 4-litter 8 M113 ambulance References: FM 8-10 FM 8-10-5 FM 8-10-1 CGSC/ST101-6/C4/JUL00 4-29 FM 63-1 FM 63-2 . ACR. Provides limited medical laboratory and radiology services commensurate with division-level treatment.Medical Troop. Support Squadron. Reinforces or reconstitutes medical platoons. initial resuscitation. as required on an area basis. Evacuates on an area basis from unit-level treatment facilities and other units within the RSA. Provides outpatient services. or injured patients for evacuation. and stabilization and prepares sick. Mobility: Unit is 100-percent mobile. Major Pieces of Equipment: 8 M997 HMMWV ambulance. urgent initial surgery (FST). Provides patient holding for up to 40 patients who will RTD within 72 hours. • • • • • • • • Operates a clearing station in the regimental support area (RSA). ACR SRC 08477L000 I Medical Troop Troop HQ Regt Med Sup Sec Treatment Plt Ambulance Plt Plt HQ Area Spt Sec Treatment Squad FST Plt HQ Amb Sqd (Wheeled) Area Spt Sec Trmt Sqd Patient Holding Sqd Amb Sqd (Tracked) Mission: Provides regiment (division)-level and unit-level CHS.

tractor.000gal tankers trk. normally employed in the RSA near the main LOC. II. and issuing class I.000 gal POL (2 rnd-tps/day) Transports 445 STON/day cargo at 75-percent availability (2 rnd-tps/day) Basis of Allocation/Employment: One per support squadron. 5-ton dropside trk. Capabilities: Receives.4 13. wtr 35 trk. Mobility: Unit is 100-percent mobile. IV.8 9. collap. flatbed. var reach 12 22 1 24 4 CGSC/ST101-6/C4/JUL00 4-30 . fab.2 STON STON STON (packaged) STON (less engr const mat) STON Transloads at its ATP. 600-gal References: FM 55-15 FM 63-1 FM 63-2 semitrlr. 221/2-ton 5. FL. stores (temporarily). Major Pieces of Equipment: 2 FAWPSS 12 tank. RT. FL. and operating an ATP in the RSA. 500 STON Provides two water supply points for purification and distribution (60. 5-ton. 4.000-lb trk. providing water purification with limited distribution. 6.000-lb.000 gal/day) Stores 113. 6x6 (22 asgned to POL distr) 4 water pur (ROWPU). III.500-gal. 1. and VII supplies.3 3.4 8. storing.600 gal of bulk POL Distributes 163.Supply and Transport Troop SRC 42077L000 I Sup & Trans Troop Trp HQ Supply Plt Maint Sec Trk Plt Petrl Plt Field Svc Plt Mission: Supports the ACR by receiving. and issues daily: class I class II class III class IV class VII 10. cgo.

Ordnance (Maint) Troop, ACR SRC 43187L000
I Maint Troop

Trp HQ

Maint Control Shop Sec

Supply Plt

Autmv Maint Plt

Spt Plt

QA/QC Sec

CE Msl Maint Plt

Armt Maint Plt

GSE Maint Plt

Maint Spt Tms

Mission: Provides DS maintenance and repair parts supply to an ACR. Capabilities:

Provides the following DS maintenance: power-generation and engineer equipment QM and chemical equipment utilities equipment communications equipment special electronic devices dial-manual central office equipment radar equipment TACFIRE office machines COMSEC equipment maintenance artillery equipment automotive equipment metalworking small arms and tank turrets

• • • • •

Does not maintain medical equipment, airdrop equipment, aircraft, light textiles, or ammunition. Provides one MST per squadron. Provides limited recovery to supported units. Maintains ASL up to 3,000 lines. Maintains operational readiness float for regiment.

Basis of Allocation/Employment: One per support squadron; operates from BSA. Mobility: Unit is 100-percent mobile.
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Major Pieces of Equipment: 3 HETs. References: FM 43-12 FM 63-1 FM 63-2

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Division Support Command (Light) SRC 63220A200
X DISCOM (Light) DISCOM L

HHC/DMMC

Main Spt Bn

Aircraft Maint Co

Fwd Spt Bn

HQ Supply Co (HSC)

TMT Co

Maint Co

Medical Co

HSC

Maint Co

Medical Co

Mission: Provides logistics and CHS to division and some nondivisional units in the division area, if coordinated. Capabilities: Requisitions, receives, temporarily stores on a limited basis, and distributes supplies, including class I, II (less classified maps), III, IV (except classified COMSEC equipment), VIII, and IX supplies. Provides purification, storage, and limited distribution of water. Operates an ATP in each maneuver brigade area. Provides echelon I and II CHS in the division AO on an area support basis, including urgent initial surgery when corps FSTs are attached to the forward support medical companies (FSMCs). Capabilities can be expanded using augmentation elements discussed in chapter 3. Closely resembles a heavy division DISCOM; capabilities are more austere. Basis of Allocation/Employment: One per light division. Major Pieces of Equipment: See respective subordinate units. Reference: FM 63-2-1

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Main Support Battalion (Light) SRC 63226L000
II Main Spt Bn MSB L

HSC

TMT Co

Maint Co

Medical Co

Mission: Provides DS logistic and division-level health services for divisional units located in the division rear. Capabilities: Stores and issues class I, II, III, IV (less construction), VII, VIII, and IX supplies and, on a limited basis, distributes class III(b). Provides three water points in the DSA and BSAs to purify and distribute water. Provides unclassified map supplies service and motor transport for supplies and personnel in support of division operations. Performs DS maintenance (less medical equipment) and common/missile repair parts supply. It is the component/item repairables source for CE, fire control, night vision, power-generation, and automotive equipment; missile components; and major assemblies. Provides echelon I and II CHS on an area basis in the division rear, including medical staff services, medical supply, and unit maintenance of medical equipment. Plans and conducts rear operations as the DISCOM commander assigns, primarily base defense. Provides reinforcing logistics and CHS to the FSBs. Basis of Allocation/Employment: One per DISCOM. Major Pieces of Equipment: 3 drum, fuel, fabric, collapsible, 500-gal 1 FARE 9 semitrailer, 221/2-ton 9 truck, tractor, 5-ton 8 HMMWV ambulance 4 tank assembly, fabric, collapsible, fuel, 3,000-gal 39 truck, cargo, 5-ton 3 truck, tank, POL, MTV 30 drum, fabric, water, collapsible, 500-gal 5 FAWPSS References: FM 63-2-1 FM 63-21

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Headquarters and Supply Company (HSC) (MSB) (Light) SRC 63226L000
I HQ & Sup Co HQ L

Bn HQ

Supply Co

Cmd Sec

S1 Sec

Co HQ

Spt Plt

Collection Plt

SLCR Plt

S2/3 Sec

S4 Sec

Plt HQ

Sup Sec

Cl III Sec

Water Sec

Spt Ops Sec

Organic Augmention

Hot/Arid Environ Wtr Tm

Missions: The headquarters’ major missions include commanding and controlling units assigned or attached to the MSB, providing a nucleus for planning and supervising MA, and serving as the alternate DISCOM HQ. The supply company receives, stores, and issues class I, II, III, IV, and VII supplies. It operates up to three water points in the division rear and brigade areas to purify and distribute water at the water points and performs unit distribution of water to the light infantry battalion trains. Capabilities: In addition to the three water-purification and supply points, the company can be augmented with a collection and an SLCR platoon and, in arid environments, with the arid environment augmentation team. Basis of Allocation: One per MSB in a light division. Major Pieces of Equipment: 3 drum, fabric, collapsible, 500-gal (petrl) 4 tank, fabric, collapsible, 3,000-gal (petrl) 3 truck, tank, POL (MTV) 9 truck, cargo (MTV) 1 FARE 6 wtr pur equip set (ROWPU), 600-GPH References: FM 63-2-1 FM 63-21
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2 30 18 3 1

tank assy, fabric, collapsible, 10,000-gal (petrl) drum, fabric, collapsible, 500-gal (water) tank assy, fabric, collapsible, 3,000-gal (water) trailer, flatbed, 5-ton FAWPSS

Mobility: Unit is 100-percent mobile. Major Pieces of Equipment: 33 trk. dropside 8 trk. IV. tractor.Transportation Motor Transport Co (MSB) (Light) SRC 55178L000 I TMT Co TMT-L Co HQ Light Truck Plt Lt/Mdm Truck Plt Plt HQ Light Truck Squad Plt HQ Medium Truck Squad Light Truck Squad Mission: Provides truck transportation for limited distribution of class I. cargo. Transports soldiers. Capabilities (at 75-percent availability): 5-ton cargo truck Line-haul 250 STON/day Local haul 500 STON/day 5-ton tractor (w/221/2-ton trlr) Line-haul 180 STON/day Local haul 360 STON/day Basis of Allocation: One per light division MSB. 5-ton 8 semitrailer. 5-ton. flatbed References: FM 55-15 FM 63-2-1 FM 63-21 CGSC/ST101-6/C4/JUL00 4-36 . II. The MSB is responsible for transporting troops in support of division operations. and VII supplies to BSAs. 221/2-ton. MTV.

Provides reinforcing maintenance to the FSB maintenance companies. Dragon. Major Pieces of Equipment: None of significance. References: FM 43-12 CGSC/ST101-6/C4/JUL00 4-37 FM 63-2-1 FM 63-21 . and Vulcan systems automotive and GSE Basis of Allocation: One per light division MSB.Maintenance Company (MSB) (Light) SRC 43218L000 I Maint Co L Co HQ Bn Maint Sec Maint Con & Lt Maint Plt Maint Plt Tech Sup Plt Plt HQ Plt HQ Plt HQ CE Sec Autmv Sec Rec & Stk Con Sec Msl Maint Sec Armt Maint Sec GSE Rep Sec Whs & Shipping Sec Mission: Provides DS maintenance and repair parts supply to division units not supported by the FSB maintenance companies. Capabilities: Provides the following DS maintenance: • • • • • • • • divisional units’ CE equipment target-acquisition and surveillance radar equipment tactical computers small arms fire control instrumentation divisional artillery pieces TOW. Maintains the division class IX ASL (less aircraft).

to units operating in the division rear area. CGSC/ST101-6/C4/JUL00 4-38 . Provides level I and II CHS on an area basis within the DSA. including preventive consultation. • • • • area. • • • Operates a clearing station in the DSA. Provides level I CHS for those units without organic medical assets operating in the division rear • Triages. and medical maintenance for assigned and attached division units. • Evacuates patients to treatment facilities by organic ground ambulance. Provides patient holding for up to 40 patients who can RTD within 72 hours. • • Provides cl VIII resupply. on an area basis. Reinforces/reconstitutes level II CHS assets operating in the BSA. wounded. drug and alcohol. Provides level II CHS. or injured patients generated in the division rear area.Medical Company (MSB) (Light) SRC 08297L000 I Main Spt Med Co L Co HQ Treatment Plt PM Sec Mental Health Svcs Ambulance Plt DMSO Plt HQ Ambulance Squad Trmt Plt HQ Area Spt Trmt Tm Patient Holding Sqd Area Spt Squad Treatment Squad Mission: Provides division. Provides PM support. and repair services. evaluation. and neuropsychiatric disorders. stabilizes. blood products. spectacle frame assembly using presurfaced single-vision lens. and supervision of treatment for combat stress. initially resuscitates. • Provides optometry support limited to eye examinations. Capabilities: Provides mental health support. including environmental health surveillance inspections and consultation services.and unit-level CHS on an area basis to units operating in the DSA that are not otherwise provided this support. and prepares to evacuate sick.

• Provides emergency dental care. light infantry division (LID). Basis of Allocation/Employment: One per MSB. Major Pieces of Equipment: References: FM 8-10 FM 63-2-1 FM 63-21 6 HMMWV ambulances. and limited preventive dentistry. sustaining dental care. and X-ray services commensurate with level II CHS. including stabilization of maxillofacial injuries. • Provides laboratory. normally located in the DSA. pharmacology. Mobility: Unit is 100-percent mobile without patients. CGSC/ST101-6/C4/JUL00 4-39 .

Performs unit-level medical maintenance and supply for units located in the brigade area. MTV References: FM 63-2-1 FM 63-20 CGSC/ST101-6/C4/JUL00 4-40 . POL. and IX supplies. On a limited basis. collapsible. Stores and issues class I. collapsible 1 FARE 1 semitrailer. fuel. 5-ton 8 HMMWV ambulance 6 tank assembly. tractor. one per brigade. VII. cargo. tank. 221/2-ton 1 truck. Provides DS maintenance and repair parts supply for common/missile materiel normally located in the brigade area. Major Pieces of Equipment: 3 drum. IV. Operates an ATP in the BSA capable of transloading 250 STON per day.000-gal 11 truck. receives an FST from corps when deployed forward. Capabilities: Provides support to a light infantry brigade. VIII. fuel. Basis of Allocation/Employment: Three per DISCOM. 5-ton 3 truck. distributes bulk class III. III. fabric.Forward Support Battalion (Light) SRC 63216L000 II Forward Support Bn FSB L HSC Maint Co Medical Co Mission: Provides DS-level logistic support and CHS for a LID brigade and other divisional units located in a brigade area. 3. II. fabric. Provides CHS on an area basis.

The ATP personnel transload 250 STON of class V supplies from corps transportation to supported brigade supply vehicles. collapsible.Headquarters and Supply Company (HSC) (FSB) (Light) SRC 63216L000 I HQ & Sup Co HQ L Bn HQ Supply Co Cmd Sec S1 Sec Co HQ Spt Plt S2/3 Sec S4 Sec Plt HQ Sup Sec Cl III Sec ATP Sec Spt Ops Sec Missions: The HQ plans. and VII supplies. Plans and directs security and terrain management in the BSA. supply. 221/2-ton 1 truck.000-lb . 4. FL. and supervises DS maintenance. 5-ton (MTV) 3 truck. transportation. fabric. tractor. collapsible. 3.000-lb References: FM 63-2-1 FM 63-20 CGSC/ST101-6/C4/JUL00 4-41 1 6 3 7 FARE tank. CHS. fuel. IV. 10. The supply company provides class I. Major Pieces of Equipment: 3 drum. fabric.000-gal truck. II. Basis of Allocation: One per FSB in a LID. III. Maintains the brigade’s prescribed reserve supplies and equipment. Capabilities: Distributes bulk petroleum daily to light infantry battalions. MA and water teams may augment the supply company. When necessary. 55-gal 1 semitrailer. POL (MTV) truck. directs. Operates an ATP in or near the BSA. fuel. flatbed. Coordinates support for corps units in the brigade area. FL. tank. and field services support provided to divisional units in the brigade area.

Ambulance platoon: Provides evacuation on an area basis from unit-level treatment facilities and other units within the brigade area. Triages. When an FST is attached from corps. initially resuscitates. wounded. Provides patient holding for up to 20 patients who will RTD within 72 hours and reinforces or reconstitutes medical platoons.and unit-level CHS on an area basis to units operating in the brigade area. Mission: Provides division. References: FM 8-10 FM 63-2-1 FM 63-20 CGSC/ST101-6/C4/JUL00 4-42 .Medical Company (FSB) (Light) SRC 08298L000 I Fwd Spt Med Co L Co HQ Treatment Plt Ambulance Plt Forward Surgical Team* Plt HQ Trmt Squad Area Spt Sec Plt HQ Amb Sqd Area Trmt Squad Pnt Hldg Squad Area Spt Squad *FST is attached when FSB medical company is employed forward. stabilizes. Reinforces or reconstitutes medical platoons. Performs emergency and sustaining dental care and limited preventive dentistry. Major Pieces of Equipment: 8 4-litter M997 HMMWV ambulance. urgent initial surgery is performed. and prepares sick. Capabilities: Treatment platoon: Operates a clearing station in the BSA. Mobility: Unit is 100-percent mobile (without patients). Basis of Allocation/Employment: One per FSB in a LID. located in the BSA. Provides limited medical laboratory and radiology services commensurate with division-level treatment. or injured patients for evacuation. Provides outpatient services.

References: FM 63-2-1 FM 63-20 CGSC/ST101-6/C4/JUL00 4-43 . Capabilities: • • Provides limited recovery capability to supported units. 5-ton (MTV). Major Pieces of Equipment: 1 trk.Maintenance Company (FSB) (Light) SRC 43217L000 I Maint Co L Co HQ Bn Maint Sec Maint Con & Maint Plt Tech Sup Sec Plt HQ Armt Sec Autmv & Gnd Spt Rep Sec Elect Maint Sec Mission: Provides DS maintenance to brigade equipment (less missile) as required. Inspects and diagnoses vehicles and weapon systems for division repair or evacuation to the corps. wrecker. Performs unit and/or DS maintenance on the following brigade equipment: Artillery Communication equipment (less COMSEC) Fire control instruments Power-generation equipment Small arms Special electronic division Wheeled vehicles Materials handling equipment (MHE) Air conditioning and refrigeration equipment Water purification units Chemical equipment Basis of Allocation: One per light division FSB. Provides class IX (less aviation) to supported units.

storing. When workload exceeds AMCO capability. Uses mobile. and issuing repair parts. Capabilities: Performs extensive maintenance on specific aircraft assigned to the LID.Aviation Maintenance Company (AMCO). Provides class IXa supply. including receiving. Major Pieces of Equipment: None of significance. Basis of Allocation/Employment: One per light division. and repair parts supply to the light division. excess is passed back to corps AVIM battalion. weapon system-oriented MSTs to perform AVIM in forward areas. UH Mix (Light) SRC 01977L200 I Aircraft Maint Co L Co HQ Production Control Sec Quality Control Sec Hel Sys Rep Plt Hel Subsys Rep Plt Supply Plt Svc Plt Plt HQ Plt HQ Avionics Rep Sec Armt Rep Sec Plt HQ Plt HQ Util/Cgo Hel Rep Sec Power Plant Rep Sec Avionics Comm Equip Rep Shop Hel Fire Con Rep Shop Tech Sup Ops Sec Wh Veh Spt Equip Maint Sec Obsn/Sct Hel Rep Sec Hel Struc Rep Sec Nav/Flt/Con Rdr Rep Sec Hel Wpn Sys Rep Shop Shipping/Rec Sec GSE/MHE Op Maint Sec Atk Hel Rep Sec Pwrtrn NDI Pneu Rep Sec Elect Rep Shop Store/Issue Sec Fuel Svc/ POL Maint Sec Acft Btry Shop RX & QSS Sec Shop Supply/ Tool Crib Mission: Provides AVIM. References: FM 1-500 FM 63-2-1 CGSC/ST101-6/C4/JUL00 4-44 . backup unit maintenance.

if coordinated. Provides purification. including class I. temporarily stores on a limited basis. capabilities are more austere. Basis of Allocation/Employment: One per AASLT division. and limited distribution of water. storage. III. Provides echelon I and II CHS in the division AO on an area support basis. and IX supplies. Closely resembles heavy division DISCOM. References: FM 63-2 FM 63-2-1 CGSC/ST101-6/C4/JUL00 4-45 .Division Support Command [Air Assault (AASLT)] SRC 63140A000 X DISCOM DISCOM HHC/MMC Main Spt Bn Fwd Spt Bn Air Amb Co Aircraft Maint Bn HSC Hvy Maint Co Light Maint Co HSC HHC TMT Co Maint Co AMCO Medical Co Medical Co Mission: Provides logistics and CHS to division and some nondivisional units in the division area. including urgent initial surgery when the corps FST is attached. IV (except classified COMSEC equipment). VIII. II (less classified maps). Operates an ATP in each maneuver brigade area. Capabilities: Requisitions. receives. and distributes supplies.

area medical support to the assault division rear. Mobility: See respective subordinate units. Major Pieces of Equipment: See respective subordinate units.Main Support Battalion (AASLT) SRC 63142L000 II Main Spt Bn MSB HSC Hvy Maint Co Light Maint Co TMT Co Medical Co Mission: Provides supply point distribution of supplies to AASLT division rear units. Basis of Allocation/Employment: One per AASLT DISCOM. Capabilities: See respective subordinate units. DS maintenance for assault division rear units as well as selected support to units in the BSA. resupply to AASLT FSBs as required. References: FM 63-2 FM 63-2-1 FM 63-21 CGSC/ST101-6/C4/JUL00 4-46 . and transportation support to the AASLT division.

supply. 3.000 gal/day • POL: • Provides a capability to sling load supplies and equipment for which the company is responsible.000-lb HEMTT tanker ROWPU. directs. water tank. FL.5 STON (less engr const mat) 52. flatbed. and VII supplies. trlr-mtd References: FM 63-2 FM 63-2-1 FM 63-21 CGSC/ST101-6/C4/JUL00 4-47 .000 gal/day (saltwater source) Distributes 30. water.000 gal/day Distributes (if line-haul )** 60. 5-ton cargo 4 LMTV. ATLAS MTV. Mobility: This unit is 50-percent mobile.6 STON • Water: Operates four water points (one per support battalion) Stores 24.000 gal/day Distributes (if local haul )** 120. Basis of Allocation/Employment: One per MSB. AASLT division. *Figure not available at time of publishing.000-gal. Plans. fabric. • Receives. and supervises DS maintenance. **Based on 75-percent availability of fuel-/water-hauling assets. 22 ½-ton 13 MTV.7 STON * STON (packaged) 65. health services. transportation. III. and issues daily: class I class II class III class IV class VII 44.000-gal.000 gal/day (two rnd-tps/day)** Stores/issues 236. (temporarily) stores. tankers tank. Major Pieces of Equipment: 4 FARE system 1 FSSP 226 collapsible fuel drum. 4. 2 ½-ton cargo 1 HEMTT wrecker 6 16 10 3 2 30 2 trk. and field services support to the divisional units employed in the BSA. 3.000 gal Issues 96. IV. Supports the AASLT division by providing supply point distribution of class I. Capabilities: Commands and controls organic and attached units. fabric. 600 gal/hr FL. 500-gal 2 semitrlr.8 STON 9. support command. II. water.000 gal/day (freshwater source) Issues 72.Headquarters and Supply Company (HSC) (MSB) (AASLT) SRC 63156L000 Mission: Commands and controls organic units assigned or attached to the MSB.

Capabilities: • Provides the following DS maintenance: metalworking automotive repair construction equipment repair fabric repair fuel and electrical repair power generation repair utilities repair QM/chemical equipment repair small-arms repair • parts. Provides reinforcing maintenance for the three FSB forward support companies. less repair Provides limited backup recovery assistance to supported units. CGSC/ST101-6/C4/JUL00 4-48 . Provides supplementary and backup support to the three forward support companies. AASLT division. • Basis of Allocation/Employment: One per MSB. Mobility: This unit is 50-percent mobile.Heavy Maintenance Company (MSB) (AASLT) SRC 43168L000 I Hvy Maint Co Co HQ Maint Cont Sec Maint Plt GSE Maint Plt Plt HQ Mech Maint Sec Comm/F&E Sec Plt HQ Lt Equip Maint Sec Svc & Rcvry Sec Armt Maint Sec Mission: Provides DS maintenance and repair parts to units deployed in the DSA.

Major Pieces of Equipment: 17 LMTV. 2 ½-ton cargo 2 HEMTT wrecker 4 Truck. LMTV References: FM 43-12 FM 63-2 FM 63-2-1 FM 63-21 CGSC/ST101-6/C4/JUL00 4-49 . van.

Provides reinforcing maintenance for the three forward support companies. Capabilities: • Provides the following DS maintenance: ADP equipment repair communications equipment repair dial manual central office repair FA digital system repair missile repair radar repair special electronic devices repair teletypewriter repair TOW/Dragon missile systems repair Vulcan ADA gun systems repair Provides common and missile repair parts supply support to units in the division area and to the technical supply elements of the three FSB forward support maintenance companies. • • Provides RX service for selected items (common/missile). CGSC/ST101-6/C4/JUL00 4-50 . Basis of Allocation/Employment: One per MSB. AASLT division.Light Maintenance Company (MSB) (AASLT) SRC 43167L000 I Lt Maint Co Co HQ Maint Cont Sec Maint Plt Supply Plt Plt HQ Elect Maint Sec Land Cbt Sec SHORAD Maint Sec Plt HQ Wh/Ship Sec Recvg Sec RX/QSS Mission: Provides DS maintenance and common/missile repair parts supply support to units deployed in the DSA.

FL. 22 ½-ton 2 semitrlr. flatbed.Mobility: This unit is 50-percent mobile. ATLAS 2 trk. 4.000-lb References: FM 43-12 FM 63-2 FM 63-2-1 FM 63-21 CGSC/ST101-6/C4/JUL00 4-51 . 6.000-lb. tractor 1 HEMTT wrecker 2 FL. 5-ton cargo 11 LMTV. Major Pieces of Equipment: 4 semitrlr. lowbed. 25-ton 8 MTV. FL. var reach 2 trk. 2 ½-ton cargo 6 MTV.

5-ton cargo 2 LMTV. Major Pieces of Equipment: 10 semitrlr. IV. flatbed. AASLT division. VII. and IX supplies within the division area. II. Capabilities (based on 75-percent availability): Cargo Single lift Line-haul Local haul Single lift 255 STON 510 STON/day 1. Transports troops in support of division operations and provides supplemental transportation.Transportation Motor Transport Company (MSB) (AASLT) SRC 55168L000 I TMT Co TMT Co HQ Light Truck Plt Lt/Mdm Truck Plt Maint Sec Plt HQ Light Truck Squad Plt HQ Medium Truck Squad Light Truck Squad Mission: Provides truck transportation to distribute class I. Mobility: This unit is 100-percent mobile. including emergency unit distribution of class V supplies and water. III (p). 2 ½-ton cargo 1 HEMTT wrecker 1 MTV. tanker References: FM 55-15 FM 55-30 FM 63-2 FM 63-2-1 FM 63-21 CGSC/ST101-6/C4/JUL00 4-52 . 22 ½-ton 10 MTV. tractor 41 MTV.020 STON/day 600 PAX (using 5-ton cgo veh) 245 PAX (extra cap w/semitrailers in emergency only) Passenger Basis of Allocation/Employment: One per MSB.

• Provides PM support. Reinforces/reconstitutes level II CHS assets operating in the BSA. Triages. CGSC/ST101-6/C4/JUL00 4-53 Maintains 5 days of class VIII resupply and provides medical equipment maintenance support.Medical Company (MSB) (AASLT) SRC 08277L000 I Med Co Co HQ Treatment Plt PM Sec Mental Health Svcs Ambulance Plt DMSO Optometry Plt HQ Ambulance Squad Trmt Plt HQ Area Spt Trmt Tm Trmt Sqd Surgical Sqd Area Spt Sqd Trmt Sqd Patient Holding Sqd Mission: Provides level I and II CHS on an area basis within the division. stabilizes. and prepares to evacuate sick. on an area basis. Capabilities: Provides mental health support. Provides level I and II CHS on an area basis within the DSA. and repair services. • Provides optometry support limited to eye examinations. wounded. Provides level I CHS for those units without organic medical assets operating in the division rear • . and supervision of treatment for combat stress. initially resuscitates. and neuropsychiatric disorders. • • • • • area. Provides level II CHS. or injured patients generated in the division rear area. drug and alcohol. spectacle frame assembly using presurfaced single-vision lens. including preventive consultation. • • • Operates a clearing station in the DSA. to units operating in the division rear area. including environmental health surveillance inspections and consultation services. evaluation. Provides patient holding for up to 40 patients who can RTD within 72 hours.

Treatment squads. • • • • Evacuates patients to treatment facilities by organic ground ambulance. the unit is 50-percent mobile. PM elements. FL. Major Pieces of Equipment: 6 HMMWV ambulance 7 LMTV. Mobility: Treatment squads. Overall. and mental health elements are 100-percent mobile. including stabilization of maxillofacial injuries. Provides emergency dental care. Each treatment squad can break down into two treatment teams that can also operate independently for a limited time. Provides laboratory. pharmacology. capable of operating independently for limited periods of time. ambulance squads. sustaining dental care. provide advanced trauma management and sick call as required. surgical squads. 4. 2 ½-ton cargo 1 trk. and limited preventive dentistry. and X-ray services commensurate with level II CHS. Basis of Allocation/Employment: One per MSB.000-lb References: FM 8-10-1 FM 8-15-1 FM 63-2 FM 63-2-1 FM 63-21 CGSC/ST101-6/C4/JUL00 4-54 . AASLT division.

and DS maintenance to an AASLT brigade and nondivisional units operating in the brigade area. AASLT division. Basis of Allocation/Employment: Three per DISCOM. Operates an ATP in the BSA. Mobility: This unit is 100-percent mobile. and VII. Major Pieces of Equipment: See respective subordinate units. III. II. Provides DS maintenance. medical support. IV. Capabilities: • • • • Provides supply point distribution of supply classes I.Forward Support Battalion (FSB) (AASLT) SRC 63145L000 II Fwd Spt Bn FSB HSC Maint Co Medical Co Mission: Provides supply point distribution of supplies. Provides medical support. References: FM 63-2 FM 63-2-1 FM 63-20 CGSC/ST101-6/C4/JUL00 4-55 .

tractor 8 LMTV. AASLT division.4 STON STON STON (packaged) STON STON • • POL: Stores/issues 47.7 5. 2 ½-ton cargo 3 trk. FL. Mobility: This unit is 100-percent mobile.4 2. PLS 1 HEMTT wrecker 2 trk. DISCOM. FL.Headquarters and Supply Company (HSC) (FSB) (AASLT) SRC 63146L000 Mission: Commands and controls organic units assigned to the FSB.800 gal/day ATP: Transfers up to 400 STON class V/day (objective TOE) Basis of Allocation/Employment: One per FSB. 500-gal 1 MTV. 6. and VII supplies and by operating an ATP in the BSA.8 2. Capabilities: • Receives.000-lb 2 trk. Supports one AASLT division brigade by providing class I. and issues daily: class I class II class III class IV class VII 6.000-lb. Major Pieces of Equipment: 2 FARE system 1 FSSP 20 collapsible fuel drum. II. ATLAS References: FM 63-2 FM 63-2-1 FM 63-20 CGSC/ST101-6/C4/JUL00 4-56 . III.0 13. 4. IV. var reach 6 FL. (temporarily) stores.

Mobility: This unit is 100-percent mobile.Forward Support Maintenance Company (FSB) (AASLT) SRC 43169L000 I Fwd Spt Maint Co Co HQ Maint Control Sec Maint Plt Plt HQ Mech Maint Sec Armt Maint Sec Elec Maint Sec Land Cbt Msl Spt Sec Tech Supply Sec Mission: Provide DS maintenance and repair parts to a maneuver brigade in an AASLT division. CGSC/ST101-6/C4/JUL00 4-57 . RX service for 12 lines. Basis of Allocation/Employment: One per FSB. AASLT division. DISCOM. Capabilities: • Provides the following DS maintenance: artillery repair automotive repair communications equipment repair construction equipment repair telephone central office repair fabric repair FA digital systems repair fire control instrument repair metalworking missile repair power-generation equipment repair QM/chemical equipment repair refrigeration/utilities repair small-arms repair special electronic devices repair teletypewriter repair • Maintains a 480-line ASL.

flatbed. tractor 1 HEMTT wrecker 1 MTV. wrecker 1 FL. 25-ton 12 LMTV. 2 ½-ton cargo 2 MTV. 22 ½-ton 1 semitrlr. ATLAS References: FM 43-12 FM 63-2 FM 63-2-1 FM 63-20 CGSC/ST101-6/C4/JUL00 4-58 . lowbed.Major Pieces of Equipment: 1 semitrlr.

wounded. Basis of Allocation/Employment: One per FSB. Operates a clearing station in the BSA. to units operating in the brigade rear area. or injured patients generated in the division rear area. and prepares to evacuate sick. Provides level I and II CHS. within the BSA.Forward Support Medical Company (FSB) (AASLT) SRC 08278L000 I Fwd Spt Med Co Co HQ Treatment Plt Ambulance Plt Plt HQ Trmt Squad Area Spt Sec Plt HQ Amb Sqd Area Trmt Squad Pnt Hldg Squad Area Spt Squad Mission: Provides level I and II CHS on an area basis. Mobility: This unit is 100-percent mobile. on an area basis. on an area basis. Provides level I CHS. Provides level I CHS for those units without organic medical assets operating in the division rear • Triages. Provides emergency medical supply/resupply to units operating in the brigade area. 2 ½-ton cargo FM 63-2-1 FM 63-20 FM 8-15-1 . initially resuscitates. Evacuates patients to treatment facilities by organic ground ambulance. AASLT division. stabilizes. Reinforces/reconstitutes level I CHS assets operating in the battalion support areas. • • Provides emergency dental care. Capabilities: • • • • • • • area. Major Pieces of Equipment: 6 HMMWV ambulance References: FM 8-10-1 CGSC/ST101-6/C4/JUL00 4-59 6 FM 63-2 LMTV. Provides patient holding for up to 40 patients who can RTD within 72 hours.

• • • • Provides air crash rescue support. AASLT division. Expeditiously delivers whole blood. Basis of Allocation/Employment: One per DISCOM. Provides pharmaceuticals and medical supplies to meet critical requirements. less fire suppression. Mobility: This unit is 50-percent mobile.Air Ambulance Company (AASLT) SRC 08279L000 Air Ambulance Co EVAC Co HQ Flight Operations Sec Air Amb Plt AVUM Plt Unit Gnd Maint Sec Mission: Provides aeromedical evacuation support and emergency movement of medical personnel and supplies within the divisional AO. aircraft maint and positioning 12 helicopter. Rapidly moves medical personnel and accompanying equipment/supplies to meet the requirements for mass casualty or emergency situations. 2 ½-ton cargo References: FM 8-10-1 FM 8-15-1 FM 8-35 FM 63-2 FM 63-2-1 CGSC/ST101-6/C4/JUL00 4-60 . Capabilities: • Provides 12 helicopter ambulances to medically evacuate critically wounded or other patients to divisional medical treatment facilities. Major Pieces of Equipment: 2 crane. UH-60L 3 LMTV.

Maintains collection and classification points for aircraft-peculiar materiel. Major Pieces of Equipment: See respective subordinate units. Provides an operational readiness float account for selected items of aviation-related materiel. AASLT division.Aviation Maintenance Battalion (AMB) (AASLT) SRC 01925A000 II Aviation Maint Bn HHC AMCO Mission: Provides AVIM. and aviation repair parts supply support to the AASLT division aviation brigade. Basis of Allocation/Employment: One per DISCOM . Capabilities: • Provides AVIM. AASLT division. • • • Provides RX for selected repair parts. backup AVUM. Mobility: See mobility data for respective subordinate units. backup AVUM. References: FM 1-500 FM 63-2 FM 63-2-1 CGSC/ST101-6/C4/JUL00 4-61 . and aviation class IX support to aviation units assigned or attached to the aviation brigade. AASLT division.

Provides staff planning. Performs unit maintenance on all CE equipment. AASLT division.Headquarters and Headquarters Company (AMB) (AASLT) SRC 01926A000 Mission: Commands and controls units assigned or attached to the AMB. 2 ½-ton cargo References: FM 1-500 FM 63-2 FM 63-2-1 CGSC/ST101-6/C4/JUL00 4-62 . Mobility: This unit is 50-percent mobile. Major Pieces of Equipment: 5 LMTV. Commands and controls units assigned. and execution to support the battalion maintenance mis- Provides support operations for aviation maintenance and supply materiel management for all assigned and attached units. AASLT division. implementation. • • • • Provides food service support for all battalion elements. Capabilities: • • sion. attached. Provides unit-level administration to all battalion elements. Basis of Allocation/Employment: One per AMB. or under the battalion’s operational control.

Aviation Maintenance Company (AMCO) (AASLT) SRC 01927A100 (1 ea) (shown below) SRC 01927A200 (1 ea) I Aviation Maint Co Production Control Sec Co HQ Sys Rep Plt Maint Ops & Subsys Plt Quality Control Sec MTF Sec Supply Plt Svc Plt Plt HQ Plt HQ Plt HQ Plt HQ Atk Sys Rep Sec Subsys Rep Sec Tech Sup Ops Sec Wh Veh Spt Equip Maint Sec Cav Sys Rep Sec Avn Rep Sec Shipping/Rec Sec GSE-MHE Op Maint Sec Cmd Avn Sys Rep Sec Elect Rep Sec Store/Issue Sec Fuel Svc POL Maint Sec Med Sys Rep Sec Armt Rep Sec RX & QSS Sec Shop Supply Tool Crib Aslt Sys Rep Sec Mission: Provides AVIM support and backup AVUM. . CGSC/ST101-6/C4/JUL00 4-63 • • • • Provides AVIM support for the aviation brigade. Capabilities: Provides mobile forward maintenance support in the form of forward repair/recovery ground support teams. Provides intermediate-level avionics maintenance support. including aircraft armament and avionics equipment repair. Repairs aircraft airframes and components and retrogrades repairable aviation equipment. for all divisional aircraft. AASLT division.

• Basis of Allocation/Employment: One per AMB. 12-ton 1 semitrlr. 22 ½-ton 1 semitrlr. tanker 1 MTV. lowbed. AASLT division. 5-ton cargo 1 FL. less communications equipment. van.• onics. aircraft maint and positioning 7 semitrlr. lowbed. tractor 10 MTV. Mobility: This unit is 100-percent mobile with its systems repair and 50-percent mobile with its subsystems repair and other unit equipment. 2 ½-ton cargo 22 MTV. and collection point for aircraft-peculiar materiel. flatbed. Performs aircraft weight and balance and other special inspections as required for supported Performs unit maintenance on organic GSE and vehicles. 25-ton 10 semitrlr. • • units. whld w/FL and crane att References: FM 1-500 FM 63-2 FM 63-2-1 CGSC/ST101-6/C4/JUL00 4-64 . Provides aviation-unique class IX repair parts for division aircraft. aircraft subsystems. supply 11 LMTV. and aviEstablishes and operates an RX program. QSS. ATLAS 2 MTV. wrecker 1 tractor. Major Pieces of Equipment: 1 crane.

receives. II (less classified maps). storage.Division Support Command (Airborne) (Abn) SRC 63250A000 X DISCOM DISCOM HHC/MMC Main Spt Bn Aircraft Maint Co Fwd Spt Bn HSC TMT Co Hvy Maint Co Light Maint Co HSC Airdrop Equip Sup Co Medical Co Maint Co Medical Co Mission: Provides logistics and CHS to division and some nondivisional units in the division area. and IX supplies. including class I. including urgent initial surgery when the corps FST is attached. Operates an ATP in each maneuver brigade area. IV (except classified COMSEC equipment). Closely resembles the heavy division DISCOM. Provides echelon I and II CHS in the division AO on an area support basis. Capabilities: Requisitions. temporarily stores on a limited basis. References: FM 63-2 FM 63-2-1 CGSC/ST101-6/C4/JUL00 4-65 . capabilities are more austere. Provides purification. and limited distribution of water. if coordinated. Major Pieces of Equipment: See respective subordinate units. and distributes supplies. III. Basis of Allocation/Employment: One per airborne division. VIII.

DS maintenance for division rear units as well as selected support to units in the BSA. and VII supplies for division troops. II. Provides medical support to the division rear on an area basis. Resupplies FSBs. area medical support to the division rear. Basis of Allocation/Employment: One per DISCOM. Major Pieces of Equipment: See respective subordinate units. transportation support to the division. airborne division. Provides DS maintenance to rear units and backup support to units in the BSA. III. and parachute packing and rigging. Capabilities: • • • • • Provides supply point distribution of class I. resupply to FSBs as required. Provides ground transportation support to the division. IV.Main Support Battalion (MSB) (Abn) SRC 63265L000 II Main Spt Bn MSB HSC Hvy Maint Co Light Maint Co TMT Co Medical Co Airdrop Equip Sup Co Mission: Provides supply point distribution of supplies to division rear units. References: FM 63-2 FM 63-2-1 FM 63-21 CGSC/ST101-6/C4/JUL00 4-66 . Mobility: See respective subordinate units.

7 STON 36.Headquarters and Supply Company (HSC) (MSB) (Abn) SRC 63266L000 I HQ & Sup Co HQ Bn HQ Supply Co MA Plt Co HQ Sup Plt Cl I/Water Plt Cl III Plt Plt HQ Cgo Hndlg Sec General Sup Sec Plt HQ Plt HQ Cl I Sec Petrl Sup Sec Organic augmention Hot/Arid Environ Wtr Tm Water Sec Petrl Distr Sec Mission: Commands and controls organic units assigned or attached to the MSB.4 STON (packaged) 26. IV.5 STON 3.000 gal/day (freshwater source) 4-67 CGSC/ST101-6/C4/JUL00 . III. II. and VII supplies. III. and VII supplies. IV.5 STON 50. and issues daily: class I class II class III class IV class VII 50. II. Resupplies the FSBs for class I. Supports the airborne division by providing supply point distribution of class I. (temporarily) stores. Capabilities: • Receives.7 STON • Water: Operates four water points (one per support battalion) Stores 24. water.000 gal Issues 96.

4. DISCOM. 2 ½-ton cargo 3 trk. trk-mtd.500 gal/day 47. 600-GPH 4 water pur set. 5-ton cargo 10 LMTV.500-GPH 1 Loader. FL.000 gal/day 94.000-lb 1 HEMTT wrecker 8 ROWPU.Issues 72.000-gal. Basis of Allocation/Employment: One per MSB.000-gal. airborne division. Major Pieces of Equipment: 4 FARE system 1 FSSP 12 collapsible fuel drum.000 gal/day • POL: Stores/issues Distributes (if line-haul )* Distributes (if local haul )* *Based on 75-percent availability of fuel-hauling assets. water.000 gal/day (saltwater source) 82. water 2 tank. scoop type 18 collapsible water drum 3 FAWPSS 24 tank. ATLAS References: FM 63-2 FM 63-2-1 FM 63-21 CGSC/ST101-6/C4/JUL00 4-68 . 500-gal 9 HEMTT tanker 12 MTV. 3. fabric. 3. trlr-mtd 4 FL. 1. fabric. Mobility: This unit is 50-percent mobile.

CGSC/ST101-6/C4/JUL00 4-69 . Capabilities: • Provides the following DS maintenance: fabric repair welding metalworking small arms artillery repair fire control repair armament repair utility equipment repair power-generation equipment repair turbine engine repair construction equipment repair fuel and electrical system repair QM and chemical equipment repair wheeled vehicle repair • Provides base shop repair and onsite contact maintenance support for weapon systems and equipment organic to supported units. Provides limited backup recovery and evacuation assistance to supported units.Heavy Maintenance Company (MSB) (Abn) SRC 43258L000 I Hvy Maint Co Co HQ Maint Cont Sec Autmv/ Armt Plt GSE Maint Plt Plt HQ Autmv Rep Sec Armt Rep Sec Plt HQ GSE Rep Sec Svc & Rcvry Sec Mission: Provides DS maintenance to units employed in the division rear area. • • Provides reinforcing DS maintenance support to the forward maintenance companies.

2 ½-ton cargo 1 LMTV. DISCOM. van 1 MTV. van 6-ton 1 MTV. airborne division. tractor 18 LMTV. Major Pieces of Equipment: 1 semitrlr. wrecker References: FM 43-12 FM 63-2 FM 63-2-1 FM 63-21 CGSC/ST101-6/C4/JUL00 4-70 . Mobility: This unit is 50-percent mobile.Basis of Allocation/Employment: One per MSB.

CGSC/ST101-6/C4/JUL00 4-71 . including SRU screening for supported units. • Provides technical assistance and PLL supply support to supported units with unit maintenance capabilities. • Provides electronic tests and diagnostics down to the shop replaceable unit (SRU) level. Capabilities: • Provides the following DS maintenance: land combat electrical missile systems repair Avenger system repair radar repair radio/COMSEC repair special electrical devices repair telecom terminal device repair wire system equipment repair utility equipment repair • Provides base shop repair and onsite contact maintenance support for weapon systems and equipment organic to supported units.Light Maintenance Company (MSB) (Abn) SRC 43257L000 I Lt Maint Co Co HQ Maint Cont Sec Maint Plt Tech Supply Sec Plt HQ Elect Maint Sec Land Cbt Sec ADA Maint Sec Mission: Provides DS maintenance and repair parts supply support to airborne division units operating in the division rear area. • Provides reinforcing DS maintenance support to the three forward maintenance companies. TOE 43259L000. Provides RX service for approximately 500 selected items and maintains approximately 1.000 lines of shop stock for the DS maintenance base shops. • • Maintains an ASL of approximately 4.000 lines of class IX repair parts (common and missile).

5-ton cargo 16 LMTV.000-lb References: FM 43-12 FM 63-2 FM 63-2-1 FM 63-21 CGSC/ST101-6/C4/JUL00 4-72 . Mobility: This unit is 50-percent mobile. DISCOM. ATLAS 1 trk. airborne division. 4. FL. Major Pieces of Equipment: 8 MTV.Basis of Allocation/Employment: One per MSB. 2 ½-ton cargo 1 FL.

Mobility: This unit is 100-percent mobile. 2 ½-ton cargo 1 HEMTT wrecker 1 MTV. airborne division. III(p). VII. DISCOM. Transports troops in support of division operations and provides supplemental transportation. flatbed. 22 ½-ton 12 MTV. tanker References: FM 55-15 FM 55-30 FM 63-2 FM 63-2-1 FM 63-21 CGSC/ST101-6/C4/JUL00 4-73 . including emergency unit distribution of class V supplies and water. II. IV. tractor 42 LMTV.Transportation Motor Transport Company (MSB) (Abn) SRC 55158L000 I TMT Co TMT Co HQ Light Truck Plt Lt/Mdm Truck Plt Maint Sec Plt HQ Light Truck Squad Plt HQ Medium Truck Squad Light Truck Squad Mission: Provides truck transportation for distributing class I. Capabilities (based on 75-percent availability): Cargo Single lift Line-haul Local haul Single lift 210 STON 420 STON/day 840 STON/day 540 PAX (using 5-ton cgo vehs) 315 PAX (extra cap w/semitrailers in emergency only) Passenger Basis of Allocation/Employment: One per MSB. and IX supplies within the division area. Major Pieces of Equipment: 12 semitrlr.

evaluation. to units operating in the division rear area. • • • Operates a clearing station in the DSA. stabilizes. including preventive consultation. Provides patient holding for up to 40 patients who can RTD within 72 hours. and repair services. CGSC/ST101-6/C4/JUL00 4-74 Maintains 5 days of class VIII resupply and medical equipment maintenance support. spectacle frame assembly using presurfaced single-vision lens. Triages.Medical Company (MSB) (Abn) SRC 08267L000 I Med Co Co HQ Treatment Plt PM Sec Mental Health Svcs Ambulance Plt DMSO Optometry Plt HQ Ambulance Squad Trmt Plt HQ Area Spt Trmt Tm Trmt Sqd Surgical Sqd Area Spt Sqd Trmt Sqd Patient Holding Sqd Mission: Provides level I and II CHS on an area basis within the division. Provides level I and II CHS on an area basis within the DSA. on an area basis. Provides level I CHS for those units without organic medical assets operating in the division rear • . • Provides PM support. and neuropsychiatric disorders. Capabilities: Provides mental health support. • • • • • area. • Provides optometry support limited to eye examinations. wounded. Provides level II CHS. including environmental health surveillance inspections and consultation services. initially resuscitates. and prepares to evacuate sick. drug and alcohol. or injured patients generated in the division rear area. Reinforces/reconstitutes level II CHS assets operating in the BSA. and supervision of treatment for combat stress.

Major Pieces of Equipment: 8 HMMWV ambulance 1 MTV. provide advanced trauma management and sick call as required. Provides emergency dental care. 2 ½-ton cargo 1 trk. ambulance squads. DISCOM. and mental health elements are 100-percent mobile. PM elements. Each treatment squad can break down into two treatment teams that can also operate independently for a limited time. 4. capable of operating independently for limited periods of time. 5-ton 6 LMTV. Provides laboratory. the unit is 50-percent mobile. Basis of Allocation/Employment: One per MSB. FL. Mobility: Treatment squads. • • • • Evacuates patients to treatment facilities by organic ground ambulance. pharmacology. and X-ray services commensurate with level II CHS. including stabilization of maxillofacial injuries. and limited preventive dentistry. sustaining dental care.000-lb References: FM 8-15-1 FM 63-2 FM 63-2-1 FM 63-21 CGSC/ST101-6/C4/JUL00 4-75 .Treatment squads. airborne division. Overall. surgical squads.

Airdrop Equipment Supply Company (MSB) (Abn) SRC 10337L000

I Airdrop Equip Sup Co AD

Co HQ

Sup & Maint Plt

Parachute Packing Plt

Airdrop Plt

Motor Maint Ops Sec

Plt HQ

Cgo Hndlg Sec

General Sup Sec

Plt HQ

Plt HQ

Packing Sec

Airdrop Sec

Mission: Supports an airborne division with parachute packing services and receives, stores, inspects, maintains at unit level, and issues airdrop equipment required to airdrop personnel, supplies, and equipment. Company personnel also provide inspection services and technical assistance in packing, rigging, loading, recovering, and evacuating airdrop equipment. Capabilities:

• • • •
drop.

Receives, stores, and issues airdrop items. Provides unit maintenance for organic mission-peculiar airdrop items. Inspects and packs parachutes. Inspects and provides technical assistance on rigging and loading supplies and equipment for air-

• Supervises and provides technical assistance in recovering and evacuating airdrop equipment after an airdrop.
Provides sustainment airdrop support to the division of up to 200 STON per day for 10 days following initial assault. Basis of Allocation/Employment: One per MSB, DISCOM, airborne division. Mobility: Information not available at time of publication.

• •

Lands by parachute or aircraft.

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Major Pieces of Equipment: 3 crane, wheel-mtd, 20-ton 5 semitrlr, 22 ½-ton 7 LMTV, 2 ½-ton cargo 6 crane, wheel-mtd, air-trnspt 3 trk, FL, 4,000-lb 3 FL, ATLAS 279 parachute, cgo, 34-ft diameter 3,000 parachute, cgo, 100-ft diameter 1,250 parachute, cgo, 64-ft, G12E 511 parachute, cgo, extraction, 15-ft diameter 1,100 parachute, cgo, extraction, 22-ft diameter 445 parachute, cgo, extraction, ringlslot, 22-ft diameter 13,520 parachute, personnel, 35-ft, type T-10 13,520 parachute, reserve, personnel, 24-ft diameter References: FM 63-2 FM 63-2-1 FM 63-21

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Forward Support Battalion (FSB) (Abn) SRC 63255L000

II Fwd Spt Bn FSB

HSC

Maint Co

Medical Co

Mission: Provides supply point distribution of supplies, medical support, and DS maintenance to an airborne brigade and nondivisional units operating in the brigade area. Capabilities:

• • • •

Provides supply point distribution of supply classes I, II, III, IV, and VII. Operates an ATP in the BSA. Provides DS maintenance. Provides medical support.

Basis of Allocation/Employment: Three per DISCOM, airborne division. Mobility: This unit is 100-percent mobile. Major Pieces of Equipment: See respective subordinate units. References: FM 63-2 FM 63-2-1 FM 63-20

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Headquarters and Supply Company (HSC) (FSB) (Abn) SRC 63256L000

I HQ & Sup Co HQ

Bn HQ

Supply Co

Cmd Sec

S1 Sec

Co HQ

Sup Plt

S2/3 Sec

S4 Sec

Plt HQ

Gen Sup Sec

Cl III Sec

ATP Sec

Spt Ops Sec

Mission: Commands and controls organic units assigned to the FSB. Supports one brigade by providing class I, II, III, IV, and VII supplies and by operating an ATP in the BSA. Capabilities:

Receives, (temporarily) stores, and issues daily: class I class II class III class IV class VII 9.9 9.4 .7 5.3 6.4 STON STON STON (packaged) STON STON

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POL ATP

Stores/issues 47,800 gal/day. Transfers up to 250 STON class V/day.

Basis of Allocation/Employment: One per FSB, DISCOM, airborne division. Mobility: This unit is 100-percent mobile.
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Major Pieces of Equipment: 1 FARE system 1 FSSP 9 collapsible fuel drum, 500-gal 3 Truck, PLS 1 MTV, 5-ton, cargo 4 LMTV, 2 ½-ton, cargo 3 trk, FL, 4,000-lb 3 trk, FL, 6,000-lb, var reach 3 MTV, tankers 6 tank, fabric, 3,000-gal, water References: FM 63-2 FM 63-2-1 FM 63-20

CGSC/ST101-6/C4/JUL00 4-80

Provides technical assistance and PLL supply support to brigade elements with unit maintenance capabilities. • • • Provides backup recovery and evacuation assistance for supported units.Forward Support Maintenance Company (FSB) (Abn) SRC 43259L000 I Maint Co Co HQ Maint Control Sec Tech Supply Sec Maint Plt Plt HQ Mech Maint Sec Armt Maint Plt Elect Maint Sec Land Cbt Msl Spt Sec Mission: Provides DS maintenance and repair parts to a maneuver brigade in an airborne division. CGSC/ST101-6/C4/JUL00 4-81 .200 lines of class IX repair parts (common and missile). Maintains an ASL of approximately 1. DISCOM. Mobility: This unit is 100-percent mobile. Basis of Allocation/Employment: One per FSB. Capabilities: • Provides the following DS maintenance: land combat electrical missile systems repair radio/COMSEC repair special electrical devices repair telecom terminal device repair wire system equipment repair metalworking small-arms repair utility equipment repair power-generation equipment repair construction equipment repair QM/chemical equipment repair wheeled vehicle repair • Provides base shop repair and onsite contact maintenance support for weapon systems and equipment organic to supported units. airborne division.

2 ½-ton. cargo 1 HEMTT wrecker 1 MTV. cargo 1 MTV. ATLAS References: FM 43-12 FM 63-2 FM 63-2-1 FM 63-20 CGSC/ST101-6/C4/JUL00 4-82 .Major Pieces of Equipment: 17 LMTV. 5-ton. wrecker 1 FL.

Provides level I CHS for those units without organic medical assets operating in the division rear • Triages. Capabilities: • • • • • • • area. initially resuscitates. airborne division. Provides emergency medical supply/resupply to units operating in the brigade area. and prepares to evacuate sick. cargo FM 63-2-1 FM 63-20 FM 8-15-1 . on an area basis. DISCOM. Provides level I and II CHS on an area basis within the BSA.Forward Support Medical Company (FSB) (Abn) SRC 08268L000 I Fwd Spt Med Co Co HQ Treatment Plt Ambulance Plt Plt HQ Trmt Squad Area Spt Sec Plt HQ Amb Sqd Area Trmt Squad Pnt Hldg Squad Area Spt Squad Mission: Provides level I and II CHS on an area basis. wounded. to units operating in the brigade rear area. or injured patients generated in the division rear area. Major Pieces of Equipment: 8 HMMWV ambulance References: FM 8-10-1 CGSC/ST101-6/C4/JUL00 4-83 6 FM 63-2 LMTV. Provides patient holding for up to 40 patients who can RTD within 72 hours. 2 ½-ton. Mobility: Unit is 100-percent mobile. Operates a clearing station in the BSA. Basis of Allocation/Employment: One per FSB. Evacuates patients to treatment facilities by organic ground ambulance. Reinforces/reconstitutes level I CHS assets operating in the battalion support areas. Provides level I CHS. stabilizes. • • Provides emergency dental care.

Repairs aircraft airframes and components and retrogrades repairable aviation equipment. AASLT division. Provides intermediate-level avionics maintenance support. Capabilities: • • • Provides AVIM support for the aviation brigade.Aviation Maintenance Company (AMCO) (Abn) SRC 01953A000 I Aviation Maint Co Production Control Sec Co HQ Sys Rep Plt Maint Ops & Subsys Plt Quality Control Sec MTF Sec Supply Plt Svc Plt Plt HQ Plt HQ Plt HQ Plt HQ Atk Sys Rep Sec Subsys Rep Sec Tech Sup Ops Sec Wh Veh Spt Equip Maint Sec Cav Sys Rep Sec Avn Rep Sec Shipping/Rec Sec GSE-MHE Op Maint Sec Cmd Avn Sys Rep Sec Elect Rep Sec Store/Issue Sec Fuel Svc POL Maint Sec Med Sys Rep Sec Armt Rep Sec RX & QSS Sec Shop Supply Tool Crib Aslt Sys Rep Sec Mission: Provides AVIM support and backup AVUM. including aircraft armament and avionics equipment repair. for all divisional aircraft. CGSC/ST101-6/C4/JUL00 4-84 .

2 ½-ton. and collection point for aircraft-peculiar materiel.• Provides mobile forward maintenance support in the form of forward repair/recovery ground support teams. • • units. whld w/FL and crane att CGSC/ST101-6/C4/JUL00 4-85 . flatbed. van. Major Pieces of Equipment: 8 semitrlr. Performs aircraft weight and balance and other special inspections as required for supported Performs unit maintenance on organic GSE and vehicles. airborne division. tanker MTV. Provides aviation-unique class IX repair parts for division aircraft. 5-ton. ATLAS MTV. less communications equipment. Mobility: This unit is 100-percent mobile for systems repair and 50-percent mobile for subsystems repair and other unit equipment. 25-ton 6 semitrlr. and aviEstablishes and operates an RX program. QSS. • Basis of Allocation/Employment: One per AMB. lowbed. supply 18 LMTV. cargo FL. 22 ½-ton 1 semitrlr. 12-ton 1 semitrlr. lowbed. cargo 13 MTV. aircraft subsystems. • onics. tractor References: FM 1-500 FM 63-2 FM 63-2-1 8 1 2 1 1 MTV. wrecker tractor.

Mobility: See respective units. Major Pieces of Equipment: See respective units. CGSC/ST101-6/C4/JUL00 4-86 . Capabilities: Supports one heavy division’s organic and attached units. References: To be published (TBP). Basis of Allocation/Employment: One per heavy division.Division Support Command [Division (Div) XXI] (Heavy) SRC 63000F100 Division Support Command DISCOM HHC Division Support Battalion Fwd Spt Bn Fwd Spt Bn (2 x 1) (1 x 2) Division Aviation Support Battalion Mission: Provides division-level logistics and combat health support (CHS) to all organic and attached division elements. FSB base TOE is tailored for support to either mechanized or armor units with respective maintenance support teams (MSTs).

• Provides motor transport for supplies and personnel that support division operations. II. • Provides two water supply points in the division and brigade support areas to distribute water. • Provides echelon I and II CHS on an area basis for units located in the division rear area. automotive equipment. IV (less construction). power generation. controlled cryptographic items. • Provides unclassified map supply. • Provides DS maintenance (less medical equipment) and common/missile repair parts supply support. Mobility: See respective units. and major assemblies. References: TBP. VII. night vision. nondivisional units located in the division rear area. and IX supplies and limited distribution of class III. heavy division (Div XXI) 63000F100/200/ 300/400. in some cases. fire control. missile components. Major Pieces of Equipment: See respective units. • Provides component/item reparable exchange (RX) service for communications-electronics (CE). Capabilities: • Provides classes I. III. Basis of Allocation/Employment: One per support command. CGSC/ST101-6/C4/JUL00 4-87 . missile components. VIII.Division Support Battalion (DSB) (Div XXI) (Heavy) SRC 63235F000 Division Support Battalion Area HQ & HD Medical Company Quartermaster Company Maintenance Company TMT Company Mission: Provides direct support (DS) logistics and division-level CHS for division units and.

on an area basis. and unit-level CHS on an area basis to units operating in the division area. • Provides echelon I unit-level CHS. for all elements that operate in the division area without organic medical capability. and 75 percent of the medical equipment maintenance support to division and nondivisional units on an area basis. including enemy prisoners of war (EPWs). • Coordinates patient movement within and out of the division area.Medical Company (DSB) (Div XXI) (Heavy) SRC 08257F000 I Div Spt Med Co Co HQ PM Sec Optometry Team Mental Health Svcs DMSO Treatment Plt Ambulance Plt Area Spt Sec Trmt Plt HQ Treatment Squad Plt HQ Ambulance Squad Area Spt Squad Trmt Squad Patient Holding Sqd Mission: Provides echelon II/division-level CHS. including CHS planning. • Provides emergency dental care. medical equipment maintenance repair parts. CGSC/ST101-6/C4/JUL00 4-88 . and support operations. • Provides division-level medical supply. to include stabilizing maxillofacial injuries and sustaining dental care designed to prevent or intercept potential dental emergencies and limited preventive dentistry. policies. medical staff advice/assistance. Capabilities: • Commands and controls organic/attached units. including limited backup and reinforcement for medical elements operating in the BSA. • Medically evacuates patients within the division area to treatment facilities by ground ambulance. • Triages and initially resuscitates/stabilizes patients and prepares wounded and disease and nonbattle injury (DNBI) patients generated in the DSA for further evacuation.

support command. spectacle frame assembly and lens preparation using presurfaced single-vision lens. • Conducts outpatient consultation services for patients referred from unit-level echelon I facilities. References: TBP. CGSC/ST101-6/C4/JUL00 4-89 .642 cu ft ) of TOE equipment with organic vehicles. heavy division. and repair services for brigade and attached units. Provides laboratory and radiology services commensurate with the brigade level of medical treat- • Provides patient holding for up to 40 patients and serves as overflow for the forward surgical team (FST). Mobility: • Transports 115. • Provides optometry support that is limited to eye examinations. • Has 71.• ment. Basis of Allocation/Employment: One per division support battalion (DSB).850 lb (6. TOE 63002F000. • Requires 100 percent of its TOE equipment and supplies to be transported in a single lift using its organic vehicles. Major Pieces of Equipment: 10 M997 ambulances.263 lb (5.797 cu ft) of TOE equipment that requires transportation.

• Receives. Capabilities: • Provides class I. IV. provides bulk fuel resupply (in conjunction with corps) and reinforcing fuel support to the FSBs. Provides designated and reinforcing support for class III (bulk) to the FSBs. Stor. and transloads supplies daily: class class class class class class I (no stockage) II III(p) IV (less construction) VII (no stockage) IX 13. and IX DS on a 24-hour basis to supported divisional units. and transports bulk petroleum daily and maintains 24-hour tanker and fuel system supply point (FSSP) operations. issues. & Issue Plt HQ S Store/ Issue Sec Water Sec Plt HQ Distr Sec Cl I Sec Mission: Provides direct support (DS) supply and limited services to the following divisional units (less aviation): HHC division. HHC DISCOM. II. stores. ASL includes class II.0 STON 4. retrograding. III(p). issues.0 STON 12. IV. issuing. • Receives. Signal bn.1 STON 6. III (p). • Provides DS bulk fuel support to the units listed in the mission paragraph. MP co. division support battalion (DSB) and other units the division HQ designates. ADA bn. to include receiving.6 STON n/a • Maintains ASL/combat spares.5 STON 1. stores. and IX (less aviation). MI bn. CGSC/ST101-6/C4/JUL00 4-90 . HHB DIVARTY. storing. MLRS bn. VII.Quartermaster Company (DSB) (Div XXI) (Heavy) SRC 42207F000 I QM Co SVC Co HQ Supply Plt POL Store/ Distr Class I Water Maint Sec Plt HQ Rec. band. and exchanging.

000-lb. fabric. lowbed.000 gal 333. W/E References: TBP. W/W 7 trk. MTV 12 10. 25-ton 44 semitrlr. collapsible.179 lb (17. tank.000-gal 4 semitrlr. wrecker.000-gal tankers • Distributes limited water using QM company semitrailer-mounted fabric tanks (SMFTs). tank.000-gal.9 cu ft) of TOE equipment that requires transportation.000-gal. POL. tank. Major Pieces of Equipment: 1 4. water. W/E. semitrlr 2 truck. Basis of Allocation/Employment: One per DSB. • Has 198. collapsible.000 gallons using two SMFTs in two trips. 22½-ton 2 semitrlr.000 gal (division reserve—not part of calculated mobile requirement) 210.000 gal (based on two trips per day and 75-percent availability of fuel delivery assets) CGSC/ST101-6/C4/JUL00 4-91 . POL.000-gal. tank 2 3. RTFL 2 fuel system supply point (FSSP) 2 petroleum quality analysis system 4 ROWPU 10 semitrlr.600 lb (110. W/W 62 trk. 5. tractor. fuel.163. Water distribution is limited to 12. flatbed. tractor. MTV.000 gal (total storage capability) • Transports/distributes: 42 5. tank.• Stores/issues: 2 FSSPs 42 5. 320. • Requires 75 percent of its TOE equipment and supplies to be transported in a single lift using its authorized organic vehicles. W/W 44 5. tank 2 truck.000-gal tankers 2 MTV POL tankers 120. RTFL 4 ATLAS. W/E.131. collapsible. water. supply van 1 heavy variant HMMWV 12 3. POL. MTV. MTV. cgo.000 gal 3. semitrlr-mtd 2 trk. MTV. tank assembly 4 10.000-gal. Mobility: • Transports 2. collapsible. fabric. fabric.0 cu ft) of TOE equipment with organic vehicles. LMTV. 5-ton 4 truck. cgo. fuel-servicing.254. repair parts van 6 semitrlr. fabric.000-gal.

to division rear units less the aviation brigade and cavalry squadron.Area Maintenance Company (DSB) (Div XXI) (Heavy) SRC 43208F000 Area Maint Co Co HQ Maint Control Sec Base Shop Plt Fwd Rep Plt Plt HQ Mechanical Maint Sec Msl Sys Spt Rep Sec Comm-Elec Sec Armament Rep Sec Plt HQ ADA Bn Spt Tm Sig Bn Spt Tm MI Bn Spt Tm Sec MLRS Bn Spt Tm Tm Mission: Provides DS conventional maintenance.152 cu ft) of TOE equipment with organic vehicles. CGSC/ST101-6/C4/JUL00 4-92 . • Electronic test and diagnostics down to the shop replaceable unit (SRU) level. commensurate with stated capabilities. • Technical assistance to supported units with organic unit maintenance elements. • Requires 75 percent of its TOE equipment and supplies to be transported in a single lift using its authorized organic vehicles. Capabilities: This unit provides— • Base shop and onsite contact maintenance support for weapons systems and equipment organic to supported units. Basis of Allocation/Employment: One per DSB. • Backup recovery and evacuation assistance to supported units.264 cu ft) of TOE equipment. heavy division. Mobility: • Transports 245.000 lb (11.953 lb (17. including SRU screening for supported units. • Requires transportation for its 156. TOE 63235F000.

POL References: TBP. tank. CGSC/ST101-6/C4/JUL00 4-93 . MTV 1 truck. M88A1E1 11 truck. MTV 2 truck. wrecker. cgo.Major Pieces of Equipment: 2 recovery veh. cgo. LMTV 8 truck.

based on the following task vehicle availability rates: —36 trucks. PLS w/30 PLS trailers x 16. PLS w/PLS trailer x 90.6% = 22 • A one-time lift as follows: —Maximum cargo capability: 33 trucks. Provides DS for maneuver units engaged in offensive or defensive operations. • Evacuates/relocates tracked vehicles. • Moves personnel. Capabilities: This unit provides— • The average number of task vehicles for daily dispatch.5 STON per payload = 990 STON 24 HET systems x 40 STON per trlr load = 880 STON CGSC/ST101-6/C4/JUL00 4-94 . cargo. • Moves 20-ft containers. 5-ton (MTV) x 91. Relocates ammunition transfer points (ATPs). • • • Tactically relocates/displaces units. • Retrogrades materiel and equipment. cargo. 5-ton x 5 STON per vehicle load = 165 STON (16 troops per 5-ton truck) or 528 troops 30 trucks.5% = 30 —24 HET systems x 91.2% = 33 —33 trucks.Transportation Motor Truck (TMT) Company (DSB) (Div XXI) (Heavy) SRC 55288F000 I TMT Co TMT Co HQ Light Truck Plt PLS Truck Plt Heavy Trk Plt Maint Sec Plt HQ Light Truck Squad Plt HQ PLS Truck Squad Plt HQ HET Truck Squad Mission: This unit— • Provides truck transportation to distribute and redistribute all classes of supply via flatracks and/or general cargo transport.

Basis of Allocation/Employment: One per DSB. Mobility: • Transports 5. W/E 33 trk.700 cu ft) of TOE equipment with organic vehicles. 70-ton. cargo.6 STON/truck.08 CDF = 3. HET 9 trk.3 STON/flatrack 678 STON or 20-ft containers gen cargo mean container weight = 6. cargo. lowbed. heavy. cgo. heavy division.000 x 16. —Transporting and distributing water in an arid environment.739 lb (67.000 x 16.—Average lift capability (truck cube with average cargo density): 33 trucks. 5-ton (MTV): general cgo 448 cu ft/2. CGSC/ST101-6/C4/JUL00 4-95 . W/E 24 trk. —Personnel replacements. palletized loading. • Has 284. cargo. demountable. or 834 STON 24 HET systems (tracked vehicles) Note: PLS and HET systems are not suitable for moving troops. HET 27 trk. MTV. support command. w/MHE. —Transporting EPWs. PLS w/ 30 PLS trailers: general cgo 640 cu ft/2. Major Pieces of Equipment: 66 bed. —A mobile logistics element for the division cavalry squadron to support screening and covering force operations. • Provides truck transportation for— —Nonstandard mass casualty evacuation. *Cargo density factor (CDF) = average cargo density in pounds per cubic foot by classes of supply. PLS References: TBP. or 388 STON ammunition mean container weight = 13. 8x20 24 semitrlr. • Requires 100 percent of its TOE equipment and supplies be transported in a single lift using its authorized organic vehicles. —Retrograding captured equipment. MTV.9 STON/container.2 STON/ flatrack 312 STON or ammunition mean weight of CCL = 11. PLS. —Moving tank flatracks of fuel and water.08 CDF = 5.632. tractor. —Evacuating remains. PLS. or 119 STON 30 trucks.47 STON/container. —A mobile logistics base (in conjunction with corps assets) for other division offensive operations. 8x20 33 container lift kit (CLK). HET systems are normally employed to move only tracked vehicles. cargo.100 lb (80.145 cu ft) of TOE equipment that requires transportation. transporter 33 trailer.

TOE 63108F000. TOE 63000F100/200/ 300/400. Capabilities: • Supports the brigade by providing or coordinating to provide class I. heavy division (Div XXI). performs unit maintenance for all units organic to the FSB. II. IV. forward support battalion (FSB) (Div XXI). and IX supply as well as maintenance. CHS. III. • Coordinates transportation needs the brigade identifies. References: TBP. Div XXI. and transportation support. VII. and other divisional units located in a brigade area of operations (AO).Forward Support Battalion (FSB) (2x1) (Div XXI) (Heavy) SRC 63115F100 (Armor) Forward Support Battalion HQ & HC Forward Support Company (Armor) Forward Support Company (Mech) Base Support Company Medical Company NOTE: Because this battalion and the one on the following page are identical except for the (2 x 1) and (1 x 2). Major Pieces of Equipment: See respective units. field services. • Operates an ammunition transfer point (ATP) in the brigade support area (BSA). Basis of Allocation/Employment: Two FSBs (armor) and one FSB (mech) per DISCOM. CGSC/ST101-6/C4/JUL00 4-96 . • The base support company. Mission: Provides DS-level logistics and CHS to a heavy brigade. Mobility: See respective units. the subordinate company units will appear only once.

Capabilities: • Supports the brigade by providing or coordinating to provide class I. • The base support company. performs unit maintenance for all units organic to the FSB. IV. Mobility: See respective units. field services. References: TBP. and IX supply as well as maintenance. TOE 63000F100/200/ 300/400. FSB (Div XXI). and transportation support. CGSC/ST101-6/C4/JUL00 4-97 . CHS. heavy division (Div XXI). • Coordinates transportation needs the brigade identifies. and other divisional units located in a brigade AO. III. VII. TOE 63108F000. Major Pieces of Equipment: See respective units. Div XXI.Forward Support Battalion (FSB) (1x2) (Div XXI) (Heavy) SRC 63115F200 (Mech) Forward Support Battalion HQ & HC Forward Support Company (Mechanized) Forward Support Company (Armor) Base Support Company Medical Company Mission: Provides DS-level logistics and CHS to a heavy brigade. • Operates an ATP in the BSA. II. Basis of Allocation/Employment: Two FSBs (mech) and one FSB (armor) per DISCOM.

issues.1 STON (less construction material) 1.3 STON 3. • Temporarily stores. Capabilities: • Commands and controls organic and attached personnel. receives.2 STON 1.700 gal Distributes 36. daily: class I class II class III(p) class IV class VIII class IX 3.8 STON Receives.200 gal (two rnd-tps/day and 75-percent fuel delivery availability) • Provides class III retail fuel support for an armor or mechanized infantry battalion and its organic equipment. and issues. and distributes bulk petroleum daily: Stores 23. • Distributes class V coming from or passing through the forward support company (FSC) to support an armor or mechanized infantry battalion. • Coordinates the support requirements for an armor or mechanized infantry battalion.4 STON 1.Forward Support Company (FSB) (Div XXI) (Heavy) SRC 63109F100 (Armor) Fwd Spt Co (AR) Co HQ S&T Plt Maint Plt Plt HQ Distrib Section Food Svc Section Platoon HQ Maint Control Section Recovery Section Maint & Svc Section Cbt ) Repair Tm (AR) Mission: Provides direct and habitual combat service support (CSS) to an armor or mechanized infantry battalion. CGSC/ST101-6/C4/JUL00 • 4-98 . stores.6 STON 0.

HEMTT 1 truck. tank. POL. MTV 2 tank and pump unit 4 shop. • • Provides unit and DS maintenance for an armor or mechanized infantry battalion and its organic equipment. auto maintenance and repair 3 forward repair system. fuel.518 cu ft) of TOE equipment that requires transportation. full-tracked.300 lb (58.203 cu ft) of TOE equipment with organic vehicles. PLS-mounted 2 truck. M88A1E1 10 truck. MTV 3 truck. 2. Major Pieces of Equipment: 1 carrier CP light tracked 6 recovery vehicle. HEMTT 9 truck. • Provides base shop and onsite contact maintenance for an armor or mechanized infantry battalion. MTV References: TBP. Requires 100 percent of its TOE equipment and supplies to be transported in a single lift using its authorized organic vehicles. tank. Has 119. MTV 1 truck.010.Distributes food service and rations for an armor or mechanized infantry battalion and its organic personnel. HEMTT 17 truck. heavy. cargo. equipment. and one per FSB (mech). Mobility: This unit— Transports 1. cargo. LMTV 1 truck tractor.500-gal. Basis of Allocation/Employment: Two per FSB (armor). • • • CGSC/ST101-6/C4/JUL00 4-99 . wrecker. cargo.268 lb (10. wrecker.

receives. and issues. • Temporarily stores. issues. Capabilities: • Commands and controls organic and attached personnel. CGSC/ST101-6/C4/JUL00 4-100 .250 gal (based on two rnd-tps/day and 75-percent fuel delivery availability) • Provides class III retail fuel support for an armor or mechanized infantry battalion and its organic equipment.0 STON • Receives. daily: class I class II class III(p) class IV class VIII class IX 3.3 STON 3.8 STON 1. and distributes bulk petroleum daily: Stores Distributes 18.8 STON 0.700 gal 26. • Coordinates the support requirements for an armor or mechanized infantry battalion. • Distributes class V coming from or passing through the FSC to support an armor or mechanized infantry battalion.3 STON 2.Forward Support Company (FSB) (Div XXI) (Heavy) SRC 63109F200 (Mech) Fwd Spt Co (IN) Co HQ S&T Plt Maint Plt Plt HQ Distrib Section Food Svc Section Platoon HQ Maint Control Section Recovery Section Maint & Svc Section Cbt ) Repair Tm (IN) Mission: Provides direct and habitual CSS to an armor or mechanized infantry battalion.4 STON (less construction material) 1. stores.

cargo. • • Provides unit and DS maintenance for an armor or mechanized infantry battalion and its organic equipment. M88A1E1 9 truck. auto maintenance and repair 3 forward repair system. or corps assets to maintain the appropriate stockage level unless higher HQ directs. FSB TOE 63108F000. HEMTT 3 truck. fuel. CGSC/ST101-6/C4/JUL00 4-101 . tracked 6 recovery vehicle.679 cu ft) of TOE equipment requiring transportation. light. MTV 2 tank and pump unit 4 shop equipment. LMTV 1 truck. HEMTT 7 truck. Mobility: • Transports 856. HEMTT 19 truck. Fuel is delivered twice a day while all other supplies are delivered daily. cargo. Basis of Allocation/Employment: Two per FSB (mech). tank.500-gal. • Requires 100 percent of its TOE equipment and supplies to be transported in a single lift using its authorized organic vehicles. PLS-mounted 2 truck.565 lb (10. MTV References: TBP. tractor. • Resupplies from the base support company. POL.Distributes food service and rations for an armor or mechanized infantry battalion and its organic personnel. tank. MTV 3 truck. full-tracked. CP.000 lb (48. • Provides base shop and onsite contact maintenance for an armor or mechanized infantry battalion.784 cu ft) of TOE equipment with organic vehicles. wrecker. • Has 121. MTV 1 truck. LMTV 1 truck. one per FSB (armor). heavy. Major Pieces of Equipment: 1 carrier. cargo. van. wrecker. 2.

three combined arms bns. 100 km for wheeled vehicles) to the FSC and brigade task force slice units.500 gal 57. All repairs/level of repairs are based on the availability of tools. Provides a ½-day operational resupply (14.5 hours for tracks. Provides class III (bulk) and retail fuel support for a heavy brigade. its attached units. • Receives. its attached units. 4-102 . issues. area support to divisional units attached to the brigade. bde recon. III(p). storage. retrograde. • Executes the support requirements for a manuever brigade and its attached units. and exchange. and IX (less aviation). Maintains ASL/ combat spares. stores. and organic its personnel. ASL includes class II. repair parts. and its organic equipment. to include receiving. Provides limited backup DS maintenance to an FSC. retrograding. Class III(b) capabilities follow: Distributes Stores Issues 86. FSB. time. and transloads supplies daily (measured in short tons). issuing. • Provides DS supply support to the following brigade/divisional units: HHC bde. to include receipt. class I (no stockage) class II class III (pkg) class IV (less construction) class VII (no stockage) class IX 13 6 1 7 8 STON STON STON STON STON n/a Maintains ASL/combat spares. a field artillery bn. test equipment.500 gal • • Provides organizational and DS maintenance for a maneuver brigade(-) and dedicated DS to a field artillery battalion. CGSC/ST101-6/C4/JUL00 • • Issues rations for a maneuver brigade. IV. and an engineer support platoon Capabilities: On a 24-hour basis this unit— • Commands and controls organic and attached personnel. issue. and METT-T.Base Support Company (FSB) (Div XXI) (Heavy) SRC 63108F000 Base Spt Co Co HQ S&T Plt Maint Plt Fwd Spt Plt EN Spt Plt Mission: • Provides direct and habitual CSS to a heavy brigade. and DS to FSCs. and exchanging. storing.250 gal 57.

sup. cgo. Mobility: • Transports 2. utility. CGSC/ST101-6/C4/JUL00 4-103 . 8x20 6 tank assy. MTV. tractor. 2.719 cu ft) of TOE equipment with organic vehicles. 2. HEMTT 3 truck. MTV 8 trk.400 lb (118. • Requires 100 percent of its TOE equipment and supplies to be transported in a single lift using its authorized organic vehicles.787 lb (830. cgo. repair parts 6 semitrailer. cgo. Major Pieces of Equipment: 2 refuel sys. W/W 16 truck.094. MTV 6 truck. PLS 2 trailer (HEMAT). cgo. 1¼-ton 7 truck.961 cu ft) of TOE equipment that requires transportation. HEMTT. HEMTT 2 trailer.5000-gal. coll. fuel. 11-ton 2 truck. HEMTT 11 truck. tanker 5 semitrailer. PLS.500-gal.000-gal.000-gal 2 fwd area refueling sys 1 petrl QA system References: TBP.348.Basis of Allocation/Employment: One per FSB. 5. fuel. tanker 2 semitrailer. 12-ton 2 truck. • Has 2. w/crane. 10. tractor.

including CHS planning. to include enemy prisoners of war (EPWs). policies. • Evacuates patients. • Provides emergency dental care. • Triages. general dental care designed to prevent or intercept potential dental emergencies. initially resuscitates/stabilizes. • Conducts outpatient consultation services for patients referred from unit-level CHS facilities. and prepares for further evacuation wounded and disease and nonbattle injury (DNBI) patients generated in the brigade rear area and unit-level CHS for all elements without organic medical capability operating in the brigade rear. • Provides patient holding for up to 40 patients and serves as overflow for the forward surgical team (FST). medical staff advice/assistance. and limited preventive dentistry. 4-104 CGSC/ST101-6/C4/JUL00 . Capabilities: • Commands and controls organic/attached units. and unit-level CHS on an area basis to units operating in the brigade area. within the brigade area treatment facilities. and support operations and coordinates patient movement within and outside of the brigade area. • Treatment teams that can operate independently for limited periods provide support for forces involved in combat operations or to perform reconstitution/reinforcement operations as appropriate. by ground ambulance. to include stabilizing maxillofacial injuries.Medical Company (FSB) (Div XXI) (Heavy) SRC 08158F000 Med Co Co HQ PM Section Mental Health Svcs Treatment Plt Ambulance Plt Area Spt Sec Treatment Plt HQ Treatment Squad Plt HQ Track Amb Sqd Area Spt Squad Patient Holding Squad Wheeled Amb Sqd Mission: Provides echelon II division-level CHS. • Provides laboratory and radiology services commensurate with the division level of medical treatment.

Basis of Allocation/Employment: One per FSB.583 cu ft) of TOE equipment with organic vehicles. • Has 50.053 cu ft) of TOE equipment that requires transportation.280 lb (3. Mobility: • Transports 66. • Requires 100 percent of its TOE equipment and supplies to be transported in a single lift using its authorized organic vehicles. and pest management under brigade surgeon’s operational control. sanitary engineering. Major Pieces of Equipment: 6 M113 armored ambulance 4 HMMWV ambulance References: TBP.267 lb (4.Conducts preventive medicine and consultation in the areas of environmental sanitation. • CGSC/ST101-6/C4/JUL00 4-105 . epidemiology.

III. Capabilities: • Receives. CGSC/ST101-6/C4/JUL00 4-106 . and VII for the supported force. and issues 1 day of supply (DOS) of classes I. Provides division-level logistics support for the division aviation brigade and cavalry squadron. IV. References: TBP. aircraft armament maintenance. Basis of Allocation/Employment: DASB TOE 63385F000: One per DISCOM. heavy division. II. and avionics maintenance support for brigade aircraft. • Establishes and operates class III transload sites in the BSA to resupply the forward area rearm/ refuel points (FARPs) the attack helicopter battalions and cavalry squadron operate.Division Aviation Support Battalion (DASB) (Div XXI) (Heavy) SRC 63385F000 Division Aviation Support Battalion Headquarters & Supply Company Ground Maintenance Company Aviation Maintenance Company Mission. Mobility: See respective units. Major Pieces of Equipment: See respective units. temporarily stores. Div XXI. TOE 63000F100/200/300/ 400 with heavy division TOE 87000F100/200/300/400. • Provides aviation intermediate maintenance (AVIM).

• Receives. and issues class I. IV (less construction material). II. stores. • Plans. and supervises the battalion’s DS supply and DS maintenance mission to support the division aviation brigade and cavalry squadron units.40 STON class III (pkg) 0. TOE 63885F000.60 STON (less construction material) CGSC/ST101-6/C4/JUL00 4-107 . directs. It is organic to the DASB. temporarily stores.59 STON class IV 4.Headquarters and Supply Company (DASB) (Div XXI) (Heavy) SRC 63386F000 I HQ and Supply Co HQ Bn HQ Supply Co Cmd Sec S1 Sec Spt Ops Sec Gen Sup Plt Co HQ Cl III/V Plt UMT S2/S3 Sec S4 Sec Plt HQ CL I/IX Gen Supply Sec Plt HQ Cl III/V Store/Issue Cl III/V Distr Sec Cl V ATP Sec Mission: • Headquarters provides direct and habitual CSS to an aviation brigade and a cavalry squadron of a heavy division and area support to units attached to the aviation brigade. heavy division. • Supply company receives. III. and VII supplies to support the DASB and cavalry squadron units.80 STON class II 8. Capabilities: • Commands and controls units assigned or attached to the DASB. and issues daily: class I 8.

PLS 2 trailer (HEMAT). HEMTT 2 trailer.000 gal • Establishes and operates class III transload sites in the BSA to resupply forward area rearm/refuel points (FARPs) that attack helicopter battalions and cavalry troops operate. issues. cgo. RT 2 trk.0 cu ft) of TOE equipment with organic vehicles. MTV 8 trk. tractor. HEMTT 3 trk. COMSEC.000-lb. 6. tanker 2 semitrailer. MTV 6 trk. HEMTT. 4. 11-ton 3 trk.000-gal 2 fwd area refueling sys 4 trk.313.500-gal. fuel. 1¼-ton 7 trk. Mobility: • Transports 1. and rail equipment) • Provides supplemental class V assets (personnel and equipment) to support aviation and cavalry squadron class V demands on the ATPs the FSBs or ordnance company (ammo) MOADS/PLS in the division rear operates. cgo.000-lb. lift. cgo. lift (ATLAS) References: TBP.000 gal Transports/distributes 80. MTV. • 5. assy. w/crane. • Operates a rear area helicopter refueling site to support brigade units when they operate in the division rear.000-lb. coll. 10.6 cu ft) of TOE equipment that requires transportation. 2. classified maps. util.240. tractor. 12-ton 2 truck. stores. PLS.63 STON (except aircraft.800 lb (74. sup. 5. lift. tanker 5 semitrailer. • Requires 100 percent of its TOE equipment and supplies to be transported in a single lift using its authorized organic vehicles. 2.933.481 lb (33. var reach 2 trk. repair parts 6 semitrailer. 8x20 6 tank. and transports bulk petroleum daily: Stores 110. • Has 244. Basis of Allocation/Employment: One per support battalion (aviation). fuel.class VII Receives. airdrop. Major Pieces of Equipment: 1 fuel system supply point (FSSP) 2 refuel sys.000 gal (two tps/day and 75percent fuel delivery asset availability) Issues 110. cgo. W/W 16 trk. heavy division. CGSC/ST101-6/C4/JUL00 4-108 .500-gal. HEMTT 11 trk.

CGSC/ST101-6/C4/JUL00 4-109 . Capabilities: Provides— • DS maintenance shop management.400 lb (11. heavy division. • Has 144. and equipment readiness reporting using the Standard Army Maintenance System (SAMS-1). production control. • Requires 75 percent of its TOE equipment and supplies to be transported in a single lift using its authorized organic vehicles. Mobility: • Transports 224. commensurate with its stated capabilities. Onsite combat system-oriented maintenance support for the cavalry squadron. Basis of Allocation/Employment: One per support battalion (aviation).673 lb (15. Consolidated unit-level maintenance for the three units organic to the DASB. • • • Backup vehicle recovery capability to supported units.650 cu ft) of TOE equipment that requires transportation.Ground Maintenance Company (DASB) (Div XXI) (Heavy) SRC 43388F000 I Ground Maint Co Co HQ Bn Maint Plt DS Maint Plt Maint Cont Sec Plt HQ Maint Sec Plt HQ Auto Track Veh Rep Sec LCMS Rep Sec Gnd Spt Eq Rep Sec Armament Rep Sec Comm/Elec Rep Sec Cav Sys Spt Tm Mission: Provides conventional DS maintenance to the division aviation brigade and cavalry squadron.050 cu ft) of TOE equipment with organic vehicles. heavy division.

CGSC/ST101-6/C4/JUL00 4-110 . 10-ton 1 rec veh. 5-ton. LMTV 8 truck. MTV References: TBP. HEMTT. full track (M88) 12 truck. cgo. cgo.Major Pieces of Equipment: 1 wrecker. MTV 2 wrecker.

• Aircraft airframe and component repair and repairable aviation equipment retrogrades. in the form of forward repair/recovery teams.006. cavalry squadron. and air recovery coordination. organized from internal assets.Aviation Maintenance Company (DASB) (Div XXI) (Heavy) SRC 01933F000 Aviation Maint Co I Co HQ Production Control Section Quality Control Sec Acft Armt Rep Plt Hel Sys Rep Plt Maint Test Flight Sec Hel Subsys Rep Plt Mission: Provides AVIM support and backup aviation unit maintenance (AVUM) support. TOE 17285F000. • Requires 100 percent of its systems repair and 50 percent of its subsystem repair and other unit equipment to be transported in a single lift using its authorized organic vehicles. using the following aircraft quantities: AH-64 24 OH-58D 16 EH-60A 3+1 (BOIP M079AA) UH-60A 32 UH-60l 15 (MEDEVAC) • Intermediate-level avionics maintenance support. CGSC/ST101-6/C4/JUL00 4-111 . repairable aviation equipment retrograde by ground means. for all divisional aircraft. • The FARP armament capability for the headquarters and supply company during surge operations. Capabilities: This unit provides— • AVIM support for the division aviation brigade. including aircraft armament and avionics equipment repair. and for the division cavalry squadron. Mobility: • Transports 583. and AVIM company.800 lb (22. • Has 245. • Mobile forward maintenance support.9 cu ft) of TOE equipment that requires transportation. TOE 01300F000.937 cu ft) of TOE equipment with its organic vehicles. • DS maintenance for all aviation ground power units in the aviation brigade. • Backup aircraft recovery.385 lb (29. Basis of Allocation/Employment: One aviation maintenance company when supporting the DASB.

5-ton. MTV 11 truck. MTV 1 truck. cgo. tank. ATLAS References: TBP. 12-ton. LMTV 2 trk.Major Pieces of Equipment: 8 trk. 10. wrecker. 22½-ton 1 semitrailer. cgo. tractor. POL MTV 6 semitrailer. wrecker 1 truck. CGSC/ST101-6/C4/JUL00 4-112 .000lb. MTV 15 truck. FL.

Format and Instructions for the Personnel Estimate _____________ (Classification) Headquarters Place Date. (2) Terrain. The estimates are an integral part of any commander’s decisionmaking process.CHAPTER 5 PERSONNEL/LOGISTICS ESTIMATES Section I. At division level. (1) Weather. charts. Personnel/logistics estimates are kept current. time. Describe effects. (3) Other pertinent facts. Introduction The personnel/logistics estimate is a logical and systematic process staff officers use to analyze the influence CSS factors have on a contemplated course of action (COA). Characteristics of the Area of Operations. The estimates are as thorough as time permits. The following personnel/logistics estimates contain guidance and information for completing the estimate process. Personnel/logistics staff officers coordinate with other staff officers when preparing their estimates. As factors that influence operations change. Describe effects. SITUATION AND CONSIDERATIONS a. estimates are not normally written. or other documents. the estimate is written and follows the format outlined on the following pages. new facts are developed and assumptions become facts or become invalid. _____________ (Classification) CGSC/ST101-6/C5/JUL00 5-1 . PERSONNEL (PERS) ESTIMATE NO References: Maps. Time Zone Used Throughout the Estimate: 1. MISSION This paragraph lists the command’s restated mission. This chapter is designed to assist logistic staff planners in preparing a personnel/logistics estimate. Section II. but they are still responsible for the validity of all data included in their estimate. and zone Msg ref no. 2. At echelons above division. They may incorporate material from other staff estimates.

spiritual. other than unit soldiers. and physical fitness). clubs. eliminations._____________ (Classification) PERS EST NO _____ b. strength. (1) Friendly COAs. mental health. but do not limit yourself to. movies. depending on local circumstances. Enemy Forces. assigned. Indicate authorized. dental. —Family member assistance planning. law and order. (d) Duty conditions. such _____________ (Classification) CGSC/ST101-6/C5/JUL00 5-2 . PX. —Community relations. restrictions on the number of soldiers allowed in an area by treaty. —Equipment (adequacy). eligibility. separations. —Combat health support (CHS) (field medical support. —Work requirements (impact of frequency and length of field duty and rotation between remote and nonremote duty locations). community centers. Indicate factors affecting the stability and human potential of individual soldiers. commissary. Include EPWs. civilian internees and detainees. and attached strengths. orders. promotions. and any local situations affecting strength. Department of the Army (DA) civilians. capabilities. decorations and awards. Indicate personnel. (2) Current personnel situation. Enemy dispositions. evaluation reports. composition. losses (combat or noncombat). transfers. entitlements. (c) Soldier services. (b) Other personnel. Friendly Forces. and Post Office). Include— —Work facilities (location and quality). clothing. Subparagraphs include— (a) Unit strength. include— —Administrative services (pay. c. disease. laundry. teams. for example. (e) Human potential. leaves. and crews to accomplish the mission. assignments. —Personnel development (education and professional development). Consider. and others. and other services). detail information in a summary with a reference to an annex to the estimate. and so forth). and passes). and COAs as they affect specific staff areas of concern. Show the status in this subparagraph under the appropriate subheadings. projections (gains and losses). —Support services (transportation. libraries. critical military occupational specialties (MOSs) and skill shortages. —Health care (medical. At higher levels of command. reenlistments. Include the effects of deployability. In this paragraph. augmentees (non-US forces). personal affairs. civilian contractors. —Morale support activities (Army community services. whose presence affects the unit mission. legal.

(b) Medical evacuation and hospitalization. (g) Commitment. (a) Civil-military operations (CMO) situation. Show any projected developments within the CMO field that might influence personnel operations. Also note his morale. ethics. Compare each element that affects personnel. and organizational stress. Include present dispositions of civil affairs (CA) units and installations that affect the personnel situation. drug and alcohol abuse standards. (f) Organizational climate. Describe the effects._____________ (Classification) PERS EST NO _____ factors as turbulence and turnover. and trust. Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of each COA under consideration. counseling. to accomplishing the mission. Include methods of overcoming deficiencies or modifications required in each COA. experience. Until specific planning guidance from the commander becomes available. List advantages and disadvantages. and deficiencies that might affect troop preparedness. you may need assumptions for initiating planning or preparing the estimate. operating tempo. Include communications effectiveness within the chain of command. (5) Key considerations for COA supportability. _____________ (Classification) CGSC/ST101-6/C5/JUL00 5-3 . incentives. trends. motivations. supervision. COMPARISON a. performance and discipline standards. and MOS mismatch within the unit. (4) Comparison of requirements versus capabilities. analyze personnel factors affecting each subheading in paragraph 2e indicating problem areas. personnel tempo. if any. confidence. ANALYSIS For each COA. discuss ways to overcome it. Evaluate deficiencies from a personnel standpoint. planning. Indicate factors that unite and commit soldiers to accomplish the mission such as esprit and teamwork. Assumptions. (h) Cohesion. Indicate factors affecting personnel readiness. personal problems. b. (c) Present disposition of forces. Indicate the relative strength of the soldier’s identification and involvement with the unit. If a shortfall exists. (3) Status of other areas affecting personnel. individual stress. Determine whether there is a shortfall or excess. d. 4. status of crews. Information for this subparagraph comes from the CMO officer. 3. human relations. List your evaluative criteria. Modify assumptions as factual data becomes available.

2. c. charts. List major personnel deficiencies the commander must consider. /s/ _________________ (Personnel Officer—G1) ANNEXES: (as required) ____________ (Classification) Section III. and zone Msg ref no. (3) Other pertinent facts. ____________ (Classification) CGSC/ST101-6/C5/JUL00 5-4 . (1) Weather. time. LOGISTICS (LOG) ESTIMATE NO References: Maps. Characteristics of the Area of Operations. Indicate whether you have personnel to support the mission (in paragraph 1). (2) Terrain. Indicate which COAs you can best support from the personnel viewpoint._____________ (Classification) PERS EST NO _____ 5. Describe effects. Time Zone Used Throughout the Estimate: LOG EST NO _____ 1. RECOMMENDATION AND CONCLUSIONS a. SITUATION AND CONSIDERATIONS a. b. Format and Instructions for the Logistics Estimate ____________ (Classification) Headquarters Place Date. MISSION This paragraph lists the command’s restated mission. or other documents. Describe effects. Include specific recommendations concerning methods of eliminating or reducing the effect of these deficiencies.

vans. current and proposed. and so forth]. status of class VII end items (such as repair parts. Provide information under subheadings of classes of supply. Provide facilities. You may use an overlay to show all CSS units and installations. and COAs as they affect specific staff areas of concern. (a) Maintenance. facilities. composition. strength. and any enhanced or reduced capability attached. (h) EPW operations. Provide present situation. Provide a general statement about the present capability [such as repair time factors. equipment shortages—class VII] by unit. Provide present status. list them in the most meaningful measure [days of supply (DOS). (b) Supply. including pertinent comments on resupply availability and so forth. (d) Transportation. airlift/drop. include both capabilities and problems. Friendly Forces. (f) Facilities and construction. (2) CSS situation. Discuss capability of movement control and battlefield circulation control (BCC) to provide intransit visibility of movements and to assure sustained flow. medical regulating._____________ (Classification) LOG EST NO _____ b. and so forth. (g) Combat health support (CHS). detached. wreckers) that may affect maintenance. some reference to class VII and class IX status if it affects maintenance capability.) In the case of detailed information at higher levels of command. or supporting units may cause. Enemy dispositions. and any anticipated increase in casualty rates or EPW workloads). capability. and sustainment functions. Include current status. status. Provide overall status of controlled items and POL allocations. (c) Services. a summary may appear under the subheading with reference to an annex to the estimate. Provide present status of medical treatment and evacuation resources. (1) Friendly COAs. and intransit visibility. Provide present capabilities of mode-operating units to support transportation requirements. Consider factors such as facilities and terminals. (Use appropriate subheadings. (e) Labor. projected location of patient-collecting points and ambulance exchange points (AXPs). Detail adequacy of routes. Enemy Forces. This subparagraph should reflect the current status. and status of combat health logistics (including blood. Provide status of construction to upgrade existing facilities and create facilities where needed. c. construction. total line items. restrictions on use of civilians. posture of maintenance units. _____________ (Classification) CGSC/ST101-6/C5/JUL00 5-5 . Address time and distance factors that would influence the capability to provide support at the right place and time. Provide availability of host nation facilities to serve as headquarters and support facilities. capabilities. and terminals to support distribution requirements.

Show any projected developments within the personnel field likely to influence CSS operations. d._____________ (Classification) LOG EST NO _____ (i) Other factors that may adversely affect CSS operations such as refugee/humanitarian relief operations and support to United Nations (UN). Include the following subparagraphs if appropriate: (1) Maintenance. Assumptions. Will it be cleared of enemy units? Will other units be sharing the same area (units passing through one another)? Will boundaries remain unchanged? b. Present dispositions of personnel and administration units and installations that would affect the CSS situation. Sufficiency of Area.) The result of your analysis for subheadings for each COA should provide both CSS and tactical impact. (Mathematical calculations you perform to assess status of any class of supply. and so forth. 3. or private volunteer organization (PVO) operations. a. _____________ (Classification) CGSC/ST101-6/C5/JUL00 5-6 . Show any projected developments within the CMO field that might influence personnel operations. Modify assumptions as factual data becomes available. are solely a means to obtain information for full analysis. (c) Present disposition of forces. List your evaluative criteria. (a) CMO situation. strengths of units. Include present dispositions of CA units and installations that affect the personnel situation. discuss ways to overcome it. (3) Status of other areas affecting CSS. Describe the effects. This paragraph. Information for this subparagraph comes from the CMO officer. Show comparison for each element affecting personnel. you may need assumptions for initiating planning or for preparing the estimate. (4) Comparison of requirements versus capabilities. nongovernmental organization (NGO). Include total strength. tonnage lift capacity. and any subparagraphs. ANALYSIS Analyze all CSS factors for each subheading (paragraph 2e) for each COA. (5) Key considerations for COA supportability. hospital returnees. and factors for casualties. Materiel and Services. Determine if the area under control will be adequate for CSS operations. replacements. maintenance attrition rates. If a shortfall exists. should contain narrative analysis statements explaining mathematical calculations and applied logic. Determine whether a shortfall or excess capability exists. (b) Personnel situation. indicating problems and deficiencies. Until the commander provides specific planning guidance. Include information you obtain from the personnel officer. and so forth.

/s/____________________________ Combat Service Support Officer—G4 ANNEXES: (as required) _____________ (Classification) Section IV. (6) Facilities. As part of the process. (4) Transportation. (3) Services. Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of each COA you consider. (5) Labor. Evaluate CSS deficiencies. Mission Analysis Considerations The following is a methodology for logistics planners as they go through the decisionmaking process. b. COMPARISON a. List the major CSS deficiencies the commander must consider. the five basic questions logistics planners and operators should always be able to answer are— • • • Where are we on the battlefield? Why are we here? How do we support from here? CGSC/ST101-6/C5/JUL00 5-7 . Indicate which COA or COAs CSS can best support._____________ (Classification) LOG EST NO _____ (2) Supply. Include methods of overcoming any deficiencies or modifications each COA requires. 5. (8) Other. 4. (7) Contract services. Include specific recommendations concerning the methods of eliminating or reducing the effect of these deficiencies. b. RECOMMENDATION AND CONCLUSIONS a. List any advantages and disadvantages to accomplish the mission.

etc. How soon will it be available to move there? • • Where is it coming from? What do you need to do with it before moving it where you need it? (For example.]? 2. equipment density. This methodology can be used throughout the decisionmaking process. Requirements 1. What is your customer list for this requirement? • Will it change during the operation? 4. What are the sources of the requirements determination calculations (for example. shortfall. What do you need to put it there (for example. OPLOGPLN. etc. etc. etc. does it have CGSC/ST101-6/C5/JUL00 5-8 . operating tempo (OPTEMPO).? 5. combination. forklifts. and solution model. and in what sequence do we displace to ensure continuous operations? This methodology is based on the customer and the customer’s needs. analysis. capability. not how to do it. The level of detail at which each question can be answered is a reflection of the planner’s position and organization. planning factors. historical data.)? 10. to where. Is there an NBC threat? 6. division. fuel bladders/bags. What do you need? 7.• • How do we get support from here? When. etc. deep attacks. In short. Identify implied logistics tasks based on the tactical plan.)? 3. there are five areas that must be addressed: requirement. Where do you need it? 9. How long will you need it? 8. • What are the ramifications of river crossings. cranes.) staff officer tell the support command what the mission is. pauses. FM 101-10-1/2. The intent is that the major Army command (MACOM) (corps. How will you get it there? 11. the G1/G4 Battle Book. What method is used to determine logistics requirements [for example. rough-terrain container handlers. personnel density. When do you need it there? • How long will it take to get it there? 12.

to be containerized. How often will the commodity.)? 19. be located near an MSR. or service be required? • How often must it be replenished? 20. What is required to offload it when it gets there? 16. broken down. segregated. supply. or service? CGSC/ST101-6/C5/JUL00 5-9 . or reconfigured before movement?) —How long will that take? —What are the requirements for that? 13.?) 17. require dedicated transportation. What available units can fulfill the requirement? 2. level area of land or a fresh water source. and issue requirements for my area of support for this particular commodity. etc. configured. etc. Does the requirement have preparatory activities (for example. need refrigeration. disassembled. Does anything need to be done with it once it gets there? (For example. Is more than one unit required to provide the capability? [For example. airfield matting for FARPs. separated. the POL supply company is usually employed with the medium truck company (POL). Does it have to move again after it gets there? (For example. or road and pad construction for a CSA)? How do you request the preparation and who approves it? (For example.] 4. What is the basis of allocation for the unit that has the necessary capability? (For example. does it have to be unpacked. What are the competing demands for this requirement? 15. Does this requirement have special employment considerations (for example. What has to be done to move it once it is there? 18. is its basis of allocation one per corps or division. is it a GS-GS transaction? GS-DS? DSDS? DS-user?) • Who will move it from there? 14. assembled. supply.) • • • • What is the expected duration of the required preparation? What support is required for the preparatory activities? Are there options? Capabilities 1. require a large. storage. engineer work has to be approved through channels. engineers to berm a bag farm. What are the overall receipt. or is it based on supported populations or expected equipment densities?) 3.

) shortfall. Does the unit have unique management/employment considerations? Comparison/Shortfall 1. Which requirements exceed capabilities? 3. If there is no shortfall. personnel. Can a unit deploy elements (sections or platoons) to place the capability where it is required? 13. Are receipts and issues exclusive capabilities? (For example. What does the shortfall equate to in terms of DOS? 6. 1. can a unit receive. is it overall or in a particular area. For requirements that exceed capabilities. a resource (equipment. or time? 4. square feet)? 5. go to the analysis portion of this methodology. etc. MHE.5. What is the earliest the support operation can begin? 2. gallons. At what point in the battle is the requirement expected to exceed the capability? 7. Are any units with this capability due in? When? 11. Are any units with this capability already committed? 10. Is it better to be early or late? CGSC/ST101-6/C5/JUL00 5-10 . 2. How much is the shortfall in terms of units of measurement (STON.) 12. Will this capability be used to weight the battle logistically? 7. Do units depend on other units to function? (For example. to perform their missions. man-hours. The logistics planner has to determine how to support the operation. What is the latest the support operation can begin? 3. What is the type of shortfall? Is it a supply availability shortfall. or a distribution shortfall? Analysis The analysis process has to occur for all support operations even if there is no shortfall. region. and issue so much of a particular commodity. facilities. How many locations require this capability? 9. store. some mode transportation units must bring cargo to a cargo transfer company. or can it only receive or store or issue or rewarehouse so much of a particular commodity?) 6. What is the total STON/gallon/other distribution capability by mode? Line-haul? Local haul? Other? • What distribution planning factors were used? 8.

What is the shortfall’s significance? 7. if so. What is the purpose of the support? (For example. given proper supervision and technical assistance. a cargo transfer company can supplement a CSA with lift. it is easier to train an MA specialist than it is to train a doctor. or to resupply a user?) 5.)? 10. personnel. or an alternative source of supply? 11. to sustain a force for a given period of time at DS. facilities. consider the following: • • • Is the shortfall only at this level or is it at higher levels as well? Is it a result of higher commands’ efforts and support priorities? Is the supply available at other echelons and. time-phased force deployment sequence. where? —How long will it take to get here? • Is there an acceptable alternative. What caused the shortfall (battle loss. Will support be provided from a fixed location or from a forward logistics element? 6. is the purpose to build stocks at GS. What is the shortfall’s expected duration? 9. What is the shortfall’s potential impact? 8. a substitute. If the shortfall is a distribution shortfall. a pipeline requires continuous pump and hose/pipeline maintenance and engineer support to lay the pipeline.) CGSC/ST101-6/C5/JUL00 5-11 .) How specialized is the shortfall resource? (For example. etc. It is easier to find an automotive mechanic than it is an M-1 fire control specialist.4. European and SWA host nation fuel tankers are metric and require a coupler adapter to connect US tankers or bags.). If the shortfall is a resource shortfall (equipment. consider the following: What are the alternative mode requirements? (For example. If the shortfall is a supply availability shortfall. etc.) • • • • • • Is the shortfall due to a lack of assets or to a time-distance problem? Does the shortfall capability require special handling or any special distribution requirements? Are there any alternative distribution modes? Are host nation distribution assets available? Are sister service/coalition assets available? —Are they compatible? (For example.) • • • • • Is host nation support a viable alternative? Contract? The logistics civil augmentation program? Can a secondary MOS be used? Does a sister service or coalition partner have the capability? 12. MHE. etc. man-hours. consider the following: Can similar resources be diverted or obtained from somewhere else? (For example.

and solutions) must have any associated.• Are there any airfields. and valid assumptions stated up front. Determine the most workable solutions based on analysis. How will logistics capabilities be echeloned forward? • Which units will be tasked to establish forward logistics bases? Solutions 1. To put this methodology into context. CGSC/ST101-6/C5/JUL00 5-12 . 2. capabilities. shortfalls. or helipads near the requirement? 13. Each of the model’s categories (requirements. necessary. Integrate with other support operations and commodities. field landing strips. analyses. there must be some continuity between the tactical decisionmaking process and the logistic planning process.

paragraph tells the maneuver commander and his primary staff those critical or unusual logistic actions that will occur before. The G4 prepares this order with input from the other logistic staff elements. during. and the support command). The support concept is organized into a framework based on operational phasing. surgeon. with input from the other logistic staff elements (G1. fuel and/or ammunition. finance and personnel officers. This paragraph contains CSS information as follows: a. Paragraph 4a is the support concept. (4) The support concept establishes priorities of support by phase or before. The commander at each level establishes these priorities in his intent statement (e. DEVELOPMENTAL GUIDELINES a. maintenance and evacuation. don’t have habitual relationships may not share a common TSOP and may require a more lengthy support concept. Usually. The G4. The G4 also can prepare a CSS overlay to show supported units’ supply route locations and supporting logistic organizations. the staff communicates this decision by publishing the operation plan/operation order (OPLAN/OPORD). or presented as before. the briefer the support concept. and after the operation. (2) Focus on what the non-CSS commander needs to know about how the operation will be sustained. by unit and by system (aviation and surface systems would be given separate priorities). This makes paragraph 4a the logistic equivalent to the concept of the operation. and after operations format. (3) Consider the tactical logistic functions in the context of actions accomplished before. as a minimum.CHAPTER 6 FORMAT AND INSTRUCTIONS FOR DEVELOPING/BRIEFING THE SUPPORT CONCEPT (PARAGRAPH 4a) ________________________________________________________________________________________ 6-1. during. the more comprehensive the TSOP. Additional subparagraphs can be used to provide more detailed CSS information by functional area. and any resource subject to competing demands or constraints. Conversely. and comprehensive. General rules for paragraph 4a. main effort) and in the concept of the operation (paragraph 3). 6-2. road network use by unit and/or commodity. and after the battle to support the concept of the operation. Finally. CGSC/ST101-6/C6/JUL00 6-1 . This could include prioritizing such things as personnel replacements. b.. during. The operative term is consider. (5) Synchronize the support concept with the concept of the operation. (6) Formations comprised of units that are not part of the same organization or. This concise. and after the operation. will prepare paragraph 4 of the plan. concise. doctrinal. but comprehensive. routine. and this detailed information is published as part of the service support annex to the plan. (1) Use language that is clear. during. these subparagraphs are omitted. The intent is not to address each function unless it is critical or unusual. however. or constant information is incorporated into the unit tactical standing operating procedures (TSOP) to avoid repetition. Avoid technical terminology. INTRODUCTION After the commander selects a specific COA. G5.g.

(2) Concept of the operation. (1) Is the support concept easily understood. determines which units and items of equipment should receive priority before the operation. Specifically. non-SOP. CSS planners need to review the support concept and ensure it meets the commander’s needs. and of primary interest to unit logistic personnel. b. during. (10) It is important to understand the next higher commander’s support priorities and where your particular unit fits into those priorities. This. There are several basic questions the CSS planner should ask. may be in another subparagraph of 4 or in the service support annex. The logistician actively participating in the decisionmaking process facilitates the support concept’s development. These include— (1) Commander’s guidance and intent. and do these priorities correlate with the priorities established in the commander’s intent. and is it comprehensive and concise? (2) Does it provide a visualization (word picture) of the overall support concept? (3) Is the support concept synchronized with and does it support the concept of the operation (paragraph 3)? (4) Does it consider. the logistic functions in the context of before. b. the more critical the CSS synchronization. The wargaming and quantitative analysis portions of COA analysis highlight critical and/or unusual logistic requirements and determine support priorities for during and after the operation. There are numerous other information sources for the support concept. during mission analysis. with the commander’s priori-ties. By its very nature. SOURCES OF INFORMATION FOR DEVELOPING THE SUPPORT CONCEPT a. and address as required. c. wargaming facilitates logistic synchronization with the concept of the operation. the CSS planner determines the units’ cur-rent materiel and personnel posture before the operation begins. It is incorporated into the unit TSOP. CGSC/ST101-6/C6/JUL00 6-2 . (8) Routine. during. or unusual aspects of support? (8) Does it apply to FM 100-5 logistic characteristics? 6-3.(7) The more complex the operation (a multiphased operation or operations larger formations conduct). and other directives from higher? (6) It is written for the non-CSS commanders and their primary staffs and focused for supported uni t s ? (7) Does it address all critical. and after the operation. or constant information is not included in the support concept. (9) Detailed and numerical data relevant to the operation. and after (or by phase for phased operations)? (5) Does it establish priorities of support for before. doctrinal. paragraph 3.

(6) The unit’s battle book.g. terrain. rather. and CSS over-lay. They are intended. or unsuccessfully. non-SOP.(3) Higher HQ support concept. they are not necessarily addressed in the support concept unless they are critical. Items to consider before. b. e. Army Special Operations Forces-unique requirements. (12) Special considerations for joint (sister service) or combined (allied) CSS operations. (1) Manning: Personnel status and replacement operations. weapon system replacement operations (WSRO). out-ofsector support. e. Items for overall consideration. CGSC/ST101-6/C6/JUL00 6-3 . covering force units. refuel on the move (ROM). as a point of departure for CSS planners devel-oping a support concept. support areas. during. AREAS OR ITEMS TO CONSIDER UNDER EACH LOGISTIC FUNCTION The areas of consideration listed below are not intended as an all-encompassing checklist and may not always be applicable. heavy/light force mixes. and support relationships. (3) Support of attached or detached forces [cavalry. caches. (4) CSS actions in assembly areas (AA). (9) CSS task organization (CSS units’ capability versus supported units’ requirements). staging areas. (4) Maneuver control system screens and/or other locally generated status charts. and attack positions (if any). or unusual. Projected casualties and their effect on combat readiness. (7) CSS actions that support security and/or deception plans and/or operations. Significant risks. light infantry. (if required)]. (6) Support provided by/to higher or adjacent units or other unusual support arrangements. Although the items are considered. and security on CSS operations. service support order or plan (if applicable). (2) Priorities of routes/events (timing). (10) Unusual and/or critical impact of weather. (11) Unit reconstitution. etc. 6-4. (5) Programmed locations and projected displacements of logistic support units and areas.g. supported other similar operations.. (1) Support boundaries. etc. (5) Lessons learned data and historical perspectives to see how others successfully. a. and after. (8) Foreign nation support and/or host nation support arrangements..

ATP.g. and VIII. Locations of medical treatment facilities. EOD support. Supply point or unit distribution methods. RSR versus controlled supply rate (CSR). and CSA locations (only general locations. Refugees. Monitoring and reporting requirements. Friendly confinement requirements/procedures. IV. Anticipated requirements. Refuel assets.Others. Emergency resupply procedures. Distribution methods. Establishing or adjusting personnel and medical support priorities. CGSC/ST101-6/C6/JUL00 6-4 . II. (2) Sustaining Soldiers and Their Systems: Personnel services. (4) Fueling: Current status (in vehicles and bulk carriers/storage). Operational loads. EPW procedures. Field services. Fuel allocations. ASP. grids on the CSS overlay). VI. field storage requirements. Enroute requirements/operations. Bulk refueling procedures. Reconstitution. Forecasted requirements and ammunition prestocking arrangements. Classes of supply I. no more than what percent of the CSR may be expended to support the covering force?).. Quality of life of the soldier and his family. Finance services. and missile maintenance. Displacement of fuel/refueling assets. FARP operations. Systems capabilities. Distribution plan and methods. Support from other sources. Combat-configured loads (CCLs). Expenditure restrictions (e. Significant risks. Others. Evacuation procedures for killed in action (KIA)/WIA. Significant risks. (3) Arming: Basic load status. Refuel on the move (ROM). CSR suballocation. Others.

Throughput operations. The support concept’s intent is not to “boilerplate” unnecessary information. and engineer support). Anticipated workload (battle damage and maintenance failure rates/projections). each should be considered and then addressed only if the support arrangement is critical. it is to think through specifically applying logistics to the concept of the operation and crafting a word picture that non-CSS commanders and their primary staffs can easily understand. Support from sister services. or unusual. (5) Fixing: Maintenance priorities (air. Rather. The support concept may be structured according to each operational phase. enemy. b. Distribution methods for classes VII and IX. Additional CSS information—manning (personnel service support). WSRO procedures. Transportation unit/asset displacements. Trailer transfer arrangements or cargo transfer/terminal operations. (6) Moving: Transportation requirements (logistic versus tactical). Controlled substitution or cannibalization procedures. e. Others. The format that follows uses the before.Significant risks. Significant risks. LOC security. c. CGSC/ST101-6/C6/JUL00 6-5 . and after the operation. quality of life. also include recovery procedures). Route maintenance requirements (effects of weather. Traffic control requirements. Evacuation procedures (could. fixing. general supply support. and backhaul priorities. and moving—may be in subparagraphs or in a separate service support annex. rail. Support from other sources. Others. during. arming. sustaining the soldier (per-sonnel services. and field services). MST employment. foreign nation support. and after methodology. Supply routes..g. Significant risks. Movement and route use priorities (units and/or commodities). Others. CHS. non-SOP. Alternate modes of transportation. in some cases. during. Maintenance repair time lines. BDAR procedures. 6-5. ground). While each of the logistic functions are listed under before. Mode selection. fueling. SUPPORT CONCEPT FORMAT a. HET priorities. Locations/displacements of maintenance/repair part supply units.

(2) During/Phase (starts with “event” and ends with “event”). Example support concepts for brigade. fix. Priorities: —By unit. Support command headquarters and/or support area locations. —Movement. If the information pertains to the entire operation. Use the tactical logistics functions of man. and corps are provided at appendixes B. Priorities: —By unit. • Critical events or other pertinent information needed to communicate how logistics support will be conducted for the operation. or word picture. Units in the next higher CSS organization supporting the unit. move. (1) Before/Phase (starts with “event” and ends with “event”). —By class of supply. This could include— * * * * • • • • • • • • A brief synopsis of the support command mission. and D. fuel. including locations of next higher logistics bases if not clearly conveyed in the CSS overlay. or if it pertains to more than one unit. Support Concept. These are not related to any specific concept of operation but are provided to illustrate format and to provide a feel for the content of concepts of support at various levels. —Maintenance and/or recovery and evacuation priorities (by unit and equipment type). • • Logistics focus. If there are any differences or changes. The next higher level’s support priorities and where the unit fits into those priorities. state them in this paragraph. of how the operation will be logistically supported.d. Paragraph 4a will provide an overall visualization of the support concept. include it in the introductory portion of paragraph 4a. arm. Significant and/or unusual CSS issues that might impact the overall operation. division. —For personnel replacements.) • • Logistics focus. Any significant sustainment risks. (The during period of the support concept would also be phased if the concept of the operation is phased. SERVICE SUPPORT a. C. —For personnel replacements. Change it in the ensuing subparagraphs when needed. The use of host nation support. Its intent is to provide the non-CSS commanders and their primary staffs a visualization. CGSC/ST101-6/C6/JUL00 6-6 . and sustain for information to include in the support concept. Priorities that remain unchanged throughout the operation. * 4.

—Movement. working through the operation from before to after or by phase. usual. during. but he must first understand the general concept of the operation and the commander’s intent. • Reconstitution. • • • Logistics focus. Use the tactical logistics functions of man. move. fuel. Priorities: —By unit. —Maintenance and/or recovery and evacuation priorities (by unit and equipment type). (4) Paragraphs 4b through 4e are normally more detailed and are included in the service support annex. or SOP matters should not be addressed unless there is a deviation in support relationships or normal methods. Some rules of thumb for the support concept briefing are— (1) Tell commanders what they can expect from CSS and how many days or hours they can operate based on materiel readiness. The logistician’s role in the overall OPLAN/OPORD briefing is to brief the support concept. —Movement. The support concept briefing should address the critical. arm. fuel. Use the tactical logistics functions of man. b. quantities of supplies on hand. * * * * * 6-6.—Maintenance and/or recovery and evacuation priorities (by unit and equipment type). —By class of supply. The CSS planner briefs the support concept. state them here. • Critical decision points. Preparing for future operations. non-SOP. BRIEFING THE SUPPORT CONCEPT a. Critical events or other pertinent information needed to communicate how logistics support will be conducted for the operation. If there are any differences or changes from the before and during period. and sustain for information to include in the support concept. (3) After/Phase (starts with “event” and ends with “event”). This briefing should go into greater detail than is laid out in the written support concept. move. and after (or by phase) and the critical aspects of the logistic functions. Use common terms such as DOS CGSC/ST101-6/C6/JUL00 6-7 . —By class of supply. etc. • • • WSRO. Doctrinal. fix. and sustain for information to include in the support concept. fix. —For personnel replacements. arm. This briefing facilitates communicating the support concept to the commander and the subordinate com-manders. They are not part of the support concept. Critical events or other pertinent information needed to communicate how logistics support will be conducted for the operation. or unusual aspects of logistic support in the context of before.

THE CSS OVERLAY a. shifts in priorities. b. . (3) Identify which units have priorities for each function (this should correlate with the commander’s priorities. (1) Introduction (overview of the support concept and orientation to the map. c. Rather. (6) Address priorities. he should show the commander how the support concept is synchronized with and supports the concept of the operation. sustaining the soldier.. e. if required). special requirements. and critical events. using the CSS overlay (see appendix E) and appropriate visual aids. . 6-7. but . . . and events. The CSS overlay should include (as a minimum)— CGSC/ST101-6/C6/JUL00 6-8 . arrangements. (2) Address the “culminating point” from a logistic perspective. MSRs. such as a support concept overview matrix (see appendix H). . (3) Avoid briefing the results of extensive number-crunching that is associated with the CSS estimate process. and moving).or other terms that are meaningful to the commander. fixing. Orientation to the map is not required if another briefer has done so previously. NOTE: Instructions for using the support concept overview matrix and developing the CSS overlay are included in the following paragraphs. (4) The briefer should not read some written product. or any other critical aspects addressed elsewhere in the briefing. Ideally. Do not assume the commander totally knows the terrain. The CSS overlay is a graphic representation of the tactical array of support areas and units. (5) Identify any critical shortages/problem areas for each function and solution. Focus on locating critical CSS nodes. (7) Bottom line: The logistician must tell the commander what he needs to know.g. problem areas and solutions. fueling. (4) Identify the next higher echelon unit providing support and/or backup support. it accompanies copies of the OPLAN and/or OPORD distributed to subordinate HQ and is used as a graphic backdrop to the support concept briefing. this can be supported. headquarters. main effort). For example. (6) Identify any other CSS problem areas. (2) Brief the support concept starting with critical actions that must be accomplished before the operation and concluding with critical actions to be accomplished after the operation/preparation for future operations for each of the logistic functions (manning. Avoid using technical terminology or SOP information. . arming. etc. or it can be done but not without risk in. (5) The briefing should include locations of critical logistic assets. Support concept briefing.

MA collection points. (3) A corps CSS overlay may have to encompass the entire corps AO as well as a part of the COMMZ and. c.Locations of CSS installations and units. The BSA location and. and the locations of any other critical CSS nodes not located in an LSA. • Locations of corps CSS units operating forward of the divisional rear boundaries. whether they are divisional or nondivisional. Locations of critical resources (potable water. Locations of major HQ. would depict— • The logistic support areas (LSAs) and. • Locations of alternate and/or proposed LSAs. maintenance collection points. etc.). Boundaries for CSS responsibilities. • A sample brigade CSS overlay is at appendix E. • The MSRs leading into the corps rear area from the COMMZ and the MSRs leading from the corps rear area to each DSA (or. as a minimum. A sample corps CSS overlay is at appendix G. to the division rear boundary) and to other critical logistic nodes. (2) A division CSS overlay would include (as a minimum)— • The DSA location and. the CSS units and HQ located therein. (1) A brigade CSS overlay would include (as a minimum)— • • • • • • Locations of current and proposed support areas. A sample division CSS overlay is at appendix F. • The MSRs from the corps rear area to the DSA and from the DSA to each BSA. • • • lection points. The CSS overlay will not only depict the tactical array of CSS units/nodes. the CSS units and HQ located therein. but it is also an integral part of the overall OPLAN/OPORD graphics and must be synchronized with the operations overlays. ATPs. MSRs. using type unit symbols. the CSS units and HQ contained therein. using type unit symbols. CGSC/ST101-6/C6/JUL00 6-9 . AXPs. The supply routes from the BSA to the logistic release points and/or maintenance colThe MSR from the DSA to the BSA. using type unit symbols. • Locations of alternate and/or proposed DSAs. as a minimum. Locations of alternate/proposed BSAs.

The matrix’s design is aligned with the support concept format. the matrix is not intended to stand alone or to replace the support concept brief-ing. critical events. is useful in communicating the support concept to the commander. For phased operations. The oral support concept briefing will allow the commander and his subordinates to visualize how the operation will be logistically sustained. a support concept matrix (see appendix H) can be used to make complex logistic concepts more easily understood. CGSC/ST101-6/C6/JUL00 6-10 . during. Again. problem areas.6-8. It can also depict other critical information such as priorities. It should complement and supplement the support concept briefing. The CSS planners’ oral briefing. The matrix can complement the briefing. The logistic functions are in the context of before. b. USING AND COMPLETING THE SUPPORT CONCEPT OVERVIEW MATRIX a. using the CSS over-lay. the matrix can be modified to reflect phases. In addition. shifts in priorities. Appendix I is an example of a completed support concept matrix. and other critical action. and after. The matrix will highlight those critical aspects of each logistic function.

) 12. the DISCOM commander would receive a significantly more detailed briefing than the division commander. 13. Higher HQ concept. and essential tasks (logistics tasks would be briefed here along with other staff areas). Determine specified. Hazards/risks (logistics hazards and risks would be briefed here). NOTE: The level of detail the G1/G4 or logistics staff officer provides during the briefing will depend on the target audience and the time available. 5. Higher HQ deception plan. Commander’s initial guidance. (CCIR essential to logistics operations could be pointed out here. LOCs. the briefer should be familiar with— • • • • AO and area of interest. Enemy situation and capabilities. would be briefed here). Proposed restated mission. implied. Higher HQ mission and commander’s intent. Recommended initial commander’s critical information requirements (CCIR). Initial intelligence preparation of the battlefield (IPB) products. 10. host nation support. shortfalls in capability. Obviously.. etc. Recommended time line (logistics time-line information would be combined with other staff recommendations). MISSION ANALYSIS BRIEFING FORMAT 1. Forces available (vital information about CSS forces’ availability would be briefed here). 6. 11. Mission and commander’s intent two levels up.CHAPTER 7 BRIEFING FORMATS ____________________________________________________________________________________ Section I. 9. 7. CGSC/ST101-6/C7/JUL00 7-1 . 8. 3. Time available to plan and execute operations. Constraints (logistic constraints such as CSR. Friendly troops available. 2. 4. Mission Analysis Briefing Before completing mission analysis.

and water status. (4) Critical shortages. c. (2) Projected distribution system. (2) Replacements and medical RTD. (2) Projected critical MOS status on D-day. a. (3) Critical shortages. (1) Class VII status. Assumptions. 3. CGSC/ST101-6/C7/JUL00 7-2 . supplement the briefing format with the following outline. VII. Manning (quality of life. (3) Shortfalls and critical CSS risks/events. (1) Resupply rates. (3) Other. (2) Class I. X. 2. VI. b. b. a. Facts. Facts. Assumptions. Assumptions. (2) Host nation support. c. Conclusions. (2) Host nation support. (4) Critical shortages. (3) Projected treatment capability. Conclusions. Arming. (3) Status of field services. a. (2) Shortfalls and critical CSS risks/events. (1) Personnel strengths and morale. (1) Projected supply status on D-day. and CHS portions of sustaining soldiers and their systems). TACTICAL LOGISTICS 1. (1) Projected supply levels and field services status on D-day. This outline could be placed under the heading of Forces Available or under separate headings. II. (1) Resupply rates. (3) Other. (2) Host nation support. Conclusions. (1) Replacements. b. (3) Shortfalls and critical CSS risks/events. (3) Other. Sustaining soldiers and their systems. (4) Recommendations. (1) Class V status. personnel service support. c. Facts. (4) Recommendations. (2) Distribution system. (1) Projected strengths on D-day. IV.If time permits or the target audience requires greater detail. III(p). (3) Restrictions.

(2) Shortfalls and critical CSS risks/events. pipeline. b. Assumptions.(4) Recommendations. (3) Restrictions. (4) Recommendations. (2) Other. b. c. Political analysis. Conclusions. rail to tanker. Assumptions. Facts. (1) Class III(b) status. evacuation policy. (2) Other. c. (1) Projected supply status on D-day. (2) Critical LOC and MSR status (air. Fixing. a. (2) Projected distribution system. (3) Critical shortages. Assumptions. (2) Host nation support. c. (1) Projected status of transportation assets on D-day. Moving. (3) Other. (4) Critical shortages. a. a. (1) Projected maintenance status on D-day. and transfer point). (2) Distribution system (FSSP. CGSC/ST101-6/C7/JUL00 7-3 . Facts. a. (4) Recommendations. (1) Maintenance status (equipment readiness). (3) Shortfalls and critical CSS risks/events. Conclusions. Conclusions. (3) Shortfalls and critical CSS risks/events. 6. ROM. 4. (3) Recommendations. 5. (2) Class IX status. (1) Status of transportation assets. water. (1) Host nation support. b. (1) Host nation support. (2) Projected status of LOCs and MSRs. (1) Resupply rates. road. and assets. (4) Critical shortages. Economic analysis. Initial CMO estimate. b. (3) Repair times. Fueling. Facts. and air). c. rail. Sociological analysis. CMO 1.

Reason the staff used the selected control measures. Terrain and weather. Deductions resulting from a relative combat power analysis. The COA statement and sketch. Projected host nation support on D-day. 4. including— • • • • • Considerations that might affect enemy COAs. 2. Projected foreign nation support on D-day. Possible enemy COAs (event templates). 2. a. Updated IPB. Recommendations. CGSC/ST101-6/C7/JUL00 7-4 . Conclusions. Shortfalls and critical CSS risks/events. Foreign nation support. a. The restated mission. 5. Assumptions. 3. b. Size of units to array. Relative combat power required for operation. 6. Updated facts and assumptions. Own commander’s guidance and intent. 3. Possible enemy COAs. Current situation and forces available. Higher commander’s intent. Section II. the G3 must know and understand— • • • • • • • • • Higher HQ mission. Reasons units are arrayed as shown on the sketch. Objectives (friendly or enemy). COURSE OF ACTION BRIEFING FORMAT 1.d. Other. Course of Action Briefing Before developing and subsequently briefing other staff members on proposed COAs. d. The rationale for each COA. The commander’s and higher commanders’ intent (two echelons above). b. c. Host nation support.

Brief for each COA wargamed. 7. provide— • • • • • Critical events wargamed. For each COA wargamed. Priorities for combat. Friendly COAs that were wargamed. Estimated time required for the operation. What combat multipliers are available. Wargaming Briefing Before wargaming. combat support. 2. Assumptions. Possible enemy actions/reactions considered during the wargaming. Assumptions used. and CSS units. List of critical events. Higher HQ mission.After the briefings. Recording method. Enemy situation and capabilities. Wargame technique used (belt. the commander gives any additional guidance. Friendly forces available. Modifications to the COA (if required). higher and next higher commanders’ intent. 6. 4. Strengths and weaknesses. avenue). If he accepts one or more of the COAs. and deception plan. CGSC/ST101-6/C7/JUL00 7-5 . Friendly and enemy COAs to be wargamed. Decision support template and event template. Updated IPB. 3. Section III. 5. If he rejects all COAs. box. Wargame technique(s) to be used. Results of the war game that could include the following: Synchronization matrix. Enemy COAs that were wargamed. staff members begin the wargaming process. the staff begins COA development again. the wargamer must know— • • • • • • • • • Terrain analysis for the AO. Proposed task organization and organization for combat to support the COA. WARGAME BRIEFING FORMAT 1.

Own COAs. Section IV. The Decision Briefing Before comparing COAs and subsequently briefing the commander on which one he should adopt. Adjacent units’ missions. DECISION BRIEFING FORMAT* 1. Section V. that is applicable for combat operations. Status of own forces. Significant events (as required). Recommended COA. COA sketches and statements. terrain. Updated IPB. 2. chapter 5. 5. including— Advantages and disadvantages (including risk) of each COA (with decision matrix or table showing COA comparison). Staff estimates (notes or written estimates). appendix E. Restated mission. 3. 6. Higher HQ intent (higher and next higher commanders). OPORD/OPLAN BRIEFING FORMAT CGSC/ST101-6/C7/JUL00 7-6 . 4. FM 101-5. Estimated friendly losses. *This is the format prescribed by FM 101-5. OPLAN/OPORD Briefing Before briefing the OPLAN or OPORD. Latest intelligence.Estimated enemy losses. Wargame worksheets or notes. and weather data. Results of staff estimate. prescribes a slightly different decision briefing format for other decisions that don’t involve combat. Higher HQ completed plan or order. the briefer must be familiar with and have available— • • • Assumptions used in planning. Wargaming notes for selected COAs. the briefers should be familiar with and have available— • • • • Assumptions. • • • • • Appropriate maps posted with overlays.

Weather analysis. including locations of next higher logistics bases. and moving—may be in subparagraphs 4b through 4e or in a separate service support plan/order. Enemy situation. in terms of significant. Fire support (fire support coordinator may brief here). or by phase. critical. Support priorities. Units in the next higher supporting CSS organization. Paragraph 2—Mission statement. 10. 4. fueling. 6. CGSC/ST101-6/C7/JUL00 7-7 . non-SOP. 7. Updated intelligence estimate. GS priorities. during. Subparagraph 3b—Tasks to maneuver units. including— • • • Terrain analysis. including— • • • • • Scheme of maneuver in terms of battlefield framework. Subparagraph 4a—General support concept (use CSS overlay for illustration). Subparagraph 3a—Concept of operation. 9. Significant/unusual CSS with impact on overall operational phases. 3. 2. Subparagraph 3d—Coordinating instructions. Task organization. Decision support template and matrix. sustaining the sol-dier (supply and field services). arming. • Any significant CSS risks. 8. or unusual sustainment. Next higher’s support priorities and where the units fit into those priorities. including— Before. NOTE: Additional CSS information—manning (personnel services and CHS). Paragraph 5—Command and signal. Support command HQ/support area locations. 5. and after operations. Assumptions (OPLAN). Higher HQ intent (higher and next higher commanders). • • • • • • • A brief synopsis of the support command mission. fixing. Main effort.1.

and issue the orders to execute those actions. Continuity must be maintained and turmoil reduced to a minimum. • Capitalize on success. each dealing with their areas of responsibility. Once the orders are issued. arrive at a decision. the staff and commander must actively focus on retaining or regaining the initiative during the current operation. Synchronization is essential to retain the initiative. should ensure or verify that the mission is being accomplished IAW the overall intent of the force commander and commanders two echelons above the force HQ. including synchronizing the battle and leadership. however. Ensure combat power synchronization results in retaining (or regaining) the initiative and will result in victory. • Recognize the decision cycle time and the planning horizon (future orientation of planning necessary to synchronize operations). • Concentrate decisive combat power at the right place and time to defeat the enemy and accomplish the mission. commanders supervise the preparation and execution. the commander ensures his decisions are implemented and his intent is understood. Supervision is ongoing throughout the decisionmaking process whether it pertains to current or future operations. rather. All actions the commander and staff take must— • Collect information that will enable the HQ to determine if the operation is going according to the plan or needs adjustment. The commander attempts to orchestrate the battle in concert with the original plan that everyone understands. • Focus on destabilizing the enemy. determine the actions required. Actions and orders are ongoing at all command levels and at all command posts. This may require going through the entire process again or may mean only minor changes as the impact of facts and assumptions is determined. the unit must understand the commander’s intent and be prepared for change based on any new situation.Section VI. Execution and Supervision During order execution. Regard-less. determining where and how it affects the operation. the staff and commander continually process the latest information. Through supervision. Communications must not interfere with subordinate commanders’ responsibilities but. • CGSC/ST101-6/C7/JUL00 7-8 . Supervision spans a wide variety of activities. They enter the decisionmaking process based on the type of information received.

fin-stabilized. discarding sabot—tracer armor-piercing incendiary aerial port of debarkation aerial port of embarkation armor armored authorized stockage list area support medical battalion area support medical company ammunition supply point assembly antitank Aviation Troop Command antitank guided missile all-terrain lifter articulated system ammunition transfer point augmentation aviation intermediate maintenance aviation unit maintenance ambulance exchange point breakbulk battlefield circulation control battle damage assessment and repair A-1 .APPENDIX A GLOSSARY ________________________________________________________________________________________ AA AAFES AASLT abn ACR AD ADA ADAM ADP AG AHB ALOC AMB AMC AMCO AMEDD AO AOE AP APC APDS-T APERS APFSDS-T API APOD APOE AR armd ASL ASMB ASMC ASP assy AT ATCOM ATGM ATLAS ATP aug AVIM AVUM AXP B/B BCC BDAR CGSC/ST101-6/APA/JUL00 assembly area Army and Air Force Exchange Service air assault airborne armored cavalry regiment airdrop air defense artillery area denial artillery munition automatic data processing adjutant general attack helicopter battalion air lines of communication aviation maintenance battalion aircraft maintenance company aviation maintenance company Army Medical Department area of operations Army of Excellence armor-piercing armored personnel carrier armor-piercing discarding sabot—tracer antipersonnel armor-piercing.

bde BDO BFV BMSO bn BOS BSA btry C SRS CA CAB CAC CAS CASCOM CCIR CCL CDE CDF CE CERL CEV CFV chg CHS CI CLGP CLK CMCC cmd CMMC CMO CMOC co COA CofS COMMZ COMSEC CONEX COSCOM CP CPHD CSA CSB CSC CSG CSH CSOP CSR CSS CTG CUCV CGSC/ST101-6/APA/JUL00 2 brigade battle dress overgarment Bradley fighting vehicle Brigade Medical Supply Office battalion battlefield operating system brigade support area battery command and control strength reporting system civil affairs combat aviation brigade combat aviation company close air support US Army Combined Arms Support Command commander’s critical information requirements combat-configured load chemical defense equipment cargo density factor communications-electronics construction equipment requirements list combat engineer vehicle combat fighting vehicle charge combat health support civilian internees cannon-launched guided projectile container lift kit corps movement control center command corps materiel management center civil-military operations civil-military operations center company course of action chief of staff communications zone communications security container express corps support command check point Copperhead corps storage area corps support battalion combat stress control corps support group combat support hospital combat standing operating procedures controlled supply rate combat service support cartridge commercial utility cargo vehicle A-2 .

DA DAG DAO 3 DAS DASB DD det DIH DISCOM distr div DIVARTY DMMC DMOC DMSO DNBI DOD DOS DPICM DS DSA DSB DTO EA EAC EMS EMT EOD EODCT EPW evac EXTAL F&E FA FAAR FARE FARP FASCAM FAWPSS FB FC FD FG FINCOM FL FM FPOL FSB FSC FSMC CGSC/ST101-6/APA/JUL00 Department of the Army division artillery group (enemy) division ammunition officer. Division Ammunition Office Decentralized Automated Service Support System division aviation support battalion disability discharge (from CONUS hospital) detachment died in hospital division support command distribution division division artillery division materiel management center division medical operation center Division Medical Supply Office disease and nonbattle injuries Department of Defense days of supply dual-purpose improved conventional munition direct support division support area division support battalion (Div XXI) division transportation officer engagement area echelons above corps emergency medical service emergency medical treatment explosive ordnance disposal explosive ordnance disposal control team enemy prisoner of war evacuation extra time allowance fuel and electronic field artillery forward area alerting radar forward area refueling equipment forward arming and refueling point family of scatterable mines forward area water point supply system finance battalion finance command finance detachment finance group finance command forklift field manual forward passage of lines forward support battalion forward support company forward support medical company A-3 .

rocket-assisted heavy-equipment transporter headquarters and headquarters company headquarters and headquarters detachment headquarters and headquarters troop high-mobility multipurpose wheeled vehicle hover out of ground effect howitzer headquarters headquarters and supply company hospital unit base hospital unit surgical hospital unit. mobility. forward hospital unit. ammunition trailer heavy expanded mobility tactical truck high-explosive plastic high-explosive. surgical.FSSP FST fwd fz GB GMC GMD gp GP GPH GPM GS GSE HC HCP HE HEAT HEDP HEI HEIT HEMAT HEMTT HEP HERA HET HHC HHD HHT HMMWV HOGE how HQ HSC HUB HUS HUSF HUSM hvy IAW ICE ICM ICP IDA IFV IG IPB IR ISO ITV CGSC/ST101-6/APA/JUL00 fuel system supply point forward surgical team forward fuze green bag ground maintenance company gallons per man per day group general purpose gallons per hour gallons per minute general support ground support equipment hexachloroethane zinc health and comfort pack high explosive high-explosive antitank high-explosive dual-purpose high-explosive incendiary high-explosive incendiary—tracer heavy expanded. main heavy in accordance with individual chemical equipment improved conventional missile incremental change package Institute of Defense Analysis infantry fighting vehicle inspector general intelligence preparation of the battlefield infrared International Standards Organization improved TOW vehicle A-4 . surgical.

and time available materials handling equipment military intelligence missing in action mechanized infantry brigade mine-clearing line charge mechanized infantry division Military Standard Transportation and Movement military-owned demountable container multiple-launch rocket system materiel management center maneuver-oriented ammunition distribution system motor gasoline mission-oriented protection posture military occupational specialty military police mobile public affairs detachment miles per hour A-5 . enemy.JA KIA km KMPH kw LC LCD LCMS LCSS LID LKD LMTV LNO LOC LOTS LP/C LRP LSA MA MACOM maint MANPADS MASF MCO MCT MCTNS mdm mech MEDCOM MEDEVAC MEF METT-T MHE MI MIA MIBR MICLIC MID MILSTAMP MILVAN MLRS MMC MOADS MOGAS MOPP MOS MP MPAD MPH CGSC/ST101-6/APA/JUL00 judge advocate killed in action kilometer kilometers per hour kilowatt load center Limited Conversion Division land combat missile system land combat support system light infantry division linked light medium tactical vehicle liaison officer lines of communication logistics-over-the-shore operations launch platform container long-range reconnaissance pack logistic support area mortuary affairs major Army command maintenance Man-Portable Air Defense System mobile aeromedical staging facility movement control officer movement control team man-portable common thermal night sight medium mechanized medical command medical evacuation Marine Expeditionary Force mission. troops. terrain.

MPSM MRE MSB MSBMC MSC MSE MSF MSR MST MTF MTOE MTSQ MTV MTW-E MTW-W MU NATO NBC NDI NEA NEO NGO NMC obj O/O OPLAN OPLOGPLN OPORD op(s) opt OPTEMPO PAC Pam PAO PASR PAX PD PERSCOM petrl PG pl PL PLL PLS PM PMC PMD POL PPL CGSC/ST101-6/APA/JUL00 multipurpose submunition meals. superquick medium tactical vehicle major theater of war—east major theater of war—west march unit North Atlantic Treaty Organization nuclear. and chemical nondestructive inspection Northeast Asia noncombatant evacuation order nongovernment organization not mission-capable objective on order operation plan operations logistics planner operation order operating/operation(s) optometry operating tempo Personnel and Administration Center Pamphlet public affairs office personnel accounting and strength reporting passengers point designating. ready to eat main support battalion main support battalion medical company major subordinate command mobile subscriber equipment mobile strike force main supply route maintenance support team maintenance test flight modified table of organization and equipment mechanical time. biological. personnel detachment personnel command petroleum personnel group pipeline phase line prescribed load list palletized loading system preventive medicine Personnel Management Center pounds per man per day petroleum. and lubricants petroleum pipeline A-6 . oils.

laundry. and clothing repair semitrailer-mounted fabric tank standing operating procedures self-propelled. start point seaport of debarkation A-7 .prop prox PSB PSR PST PVO PX QA QC QM QSS QSTAG R/CW RAMMS RAOC RAP RB regt repl rkt ROM ROWPU RP RSA RSR RSS RSSP RT RTCC RTD RTFL RX S&P S&S SAMS SARSS-1 SATCOM SAW SB sep SFV SHORAD SIDPERS SJA SLCR SMFT SOP SP SPOD CGSC/ST101-6/APA/JUL00 propelling proximity personnel services battalion personnel status report pass times private volunteer organization Post Exchange quality assurance quality control quartermaster quick supply store Quadripartite Standardization Agreement ration/cold weather remote antiarmor mine system rear area operations center rocket-assisted projectile red bag regiment replacement rocket refuel on the move reverse osmosis water purification unit release point regimental support area required supply rate regimental support squadron ration supplement sundries pack rough terrain rough-terrain container crane returned to duty rough-terrain forklift reparable exchange stake and platform supply and service Standard Army Maintenance System Standard Army Retail Supply System satellite communications squad automatic weapon supply bulletin separate Stinger fighting vehicle short-range air defense Standard Installation/Division Personnel System staff judge advocate shower.

measurement. light antitank (bn) team TOW motorized carrier test.SPOE spt SRC SRP SRU SST ST STANAG STGR STON SURE SWA TA TAA TAACOM TACAIR TACCS TACFIRE TACSAT TADDS TBP TCF TD TDA TDIS TEMPER TF TFE TLAT tm TMC TMDE tml TMT TOE TOW TPT TRANSCOM trmt TRP TSA TSOP TTP TTS UBL UDP UGR UMCP UMT UN CGSC/ST101-6/APA/JUL00 seaport of embarkation support standard requirement code soldier readiness processing shop replaceable unit system support team student text standardization agreement Stinger short tons Supply Usage Requirements Estimator (Program) Southwest Asia theater army tactical assembly area theater army area command tactical air Tactical Army Combat Service Support (CSS) Computer System tactical fire-direction system tactical satellite communications set target alert data display set to be published tactical combat force tank division table(s) of distribution and allowances time distance tent. modular. expandable. and diagnostic equipment terminal transportation motor transport tables of organization and equipment tube-launched. optically tracked. wire-guided tactical petroleum terminal transportation command treatment target reference point theater storage area tactical standing operating procedures trailer transfer point transportation terminal service unit basic load unit defense pack unitized group rations unit maintenance collection point unit maintenance team United Nations A-8 . personnel task force tactical field exchange TOW.

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843d FST collocates with 202d FSB to provide urgent surgery capability. and analysis and comparison steps of the military decisionmaking process. At the conclusion of the operation. unusual. O/O. occupies AA PENCIL. 52d ID (M) DISCOM(-) establishes DSA LAMP vicinity FREIDHAUSEN (NU0917) and provides reinforcing DS to 202d FSB. and non-SOP aspects of CSS synchronization and operations from a framework of who. GS and reinforcing DS to the division from LSA BELL. follows TF 4-5.) Mission: O/O. 16th CSG provides DS/GS to nondivisional units operating in the division area. unusual. TFs are responsible for own flank security. service support plan/order. TF 3-32 conducts a supporting attack along Axis SILVER to seize Obj BEAM and fixes lead battalions of 21 MIBR as TF 45 destroys the remaining enemy forces. attacks in zone to seize Obj FLOOR. the 54th MID will have been destroyed. and prepares to block any enemy penetration of PL TILE. nonstandard. TF 2-32. as the main attack.) a. commander’s guidance and intent. the concept of operations. The process of writing the support concept can also serve as a test of essential CSS planning considerations. and sustain soldiers and their systems. [The concept addresses essential. TF 4-5. Support Concept. and non-SOP items and priorities that are common to all phases should be addressed in the introductory portion of this paragraph. Tools available to aid the writer(s) are the higher HQ support concept. See instructions in chapter 6. what. nonstandard. 80th Med Gp positions air MEDEVAC assets with 202d FSB and evacuates from as far forward as battalion aid stations. Division initial priority of support and CGSC/ST101-6/APB/JUL00 B-1 . annex I (Service Support) to the plan/order. TF 3-32. brigade reserve. move. 211th Pers and 212th Fin Dets provide support from current and future BSA locations. when. 3a. TF 232 moves to and occupies Obj WOOD as brigade reserve and prepares for offensive operations. and collocates 138th CSB in DSA LAMP. COA development. and where of CSS within the unit. All essential. TF 4-5. TF 4-5 moves to and occupies AA ERASER and secures the brigade front in sector.] O/O. the logistic/personnel estimate. destroying two MIBRs and the remaining DAG elements. * * * * * 4. and PEN. 202d FSB establishes BSA DEUCE vicinity GUTENBERG (NU3010) and provides DS to 2d Bde operations. and SHIRT and occupy attack positions INK. Annex C (Operation Overlay) O/O. Upon securing their objectives. fix. SERVICE SUPPORT (The S4 and S1 write the support concept as a result of the mission analysis. and brigade units will be defending and preparing to facilitate the 209th ACR’s forward passage of lines (FPOL) and conduct further offensive operations to the east within 96 hours. 2d Bde attacks (east) in zone to seize Obj DOVE and destroy the 21st and 22d Mech Infantry Brigades (MIBRs) and remaining division artillery group (DAG) elements in zone to destroy the 54th Mech Infantry Division (MID).APPENDIX B BRIGADE SUPPORT CONCEPT SAMPLE ____________________________________________________________________________________ (Boldface indicates explanations and are not part of the sample. Paragraph 4a should provide a “visualization” of the flow of CSS operations from start to finish for subordinate non-CSS commanders. HANGER. Consider the CSS characteristics listed in FM 100-5 and the tactical logistics functions of man. arm. TF 3-32 moves to and occupies AA LEAD and secures the brigade front in sector. all units will be at 75% strength or greater. PAPER. Priorities for deep operations are to early warning of the commitment of the MIBR reserves and the location of the remaining MID artillery. Concept of Operations. and CSS notes from the wargaming process. Bde accepts risk with no designated TCF during the operation. fuel. and TF 2-32 move from TAA BOOK via routes COAT.

and recovery vehicles. 3d Bde. Bradleys.* (Organize your thoughts into a framework of either before. or procedure to aid organization and synchronization. Priority of movement rearward is to casualty evacuation. Priority of maintenance and evacuation is to tanks. Bradleys. Address each critical CSS function that is particular to this phase.* Period begins when units occupy attack positions and ends when Obj DOVE is secured.). Priority of movement rearward is to casualty evacuation. Priority of maintenance and evacuation is to tanks. Logistics focus is forward support of units in contact while echeloning remaining CSS assets forward from TAA BOOK to BSA DEUCE. whichever is appropriate for the plan. and class V. 75%. Priority of support and replacements is to TF 4-5. or after or into phases to match the concept of operations. AXPs will be established generally along the 45 N-S gridline but no farther east than PL TILE. Priority of movement rearward remains *Before. class III. Bradleys. Forward movement priorities are to maneuver units. and reserve. finance support. III. then supporting brigade movement upon initiating the move to attack positions. during. Priority of movement forward is to maneuver units (TFs 4-5. 843d FST establishes operations vicinity TAA BOOK and is ready to accept patients before units occupy attack positions. CSR is suballocated to units in order of main effort. maintenance evacuation. TF 3-32 (supporting effort). (2) During. Primary logistics focus is initially improving unit combat power.* Period begins after units secure Obj DOVE and ends after units occupy AAs ERASER. during. and after is a tactic. If the operation is phased (phase I. Priority of supply shifts to class III. LEAD.replacements is to 52d Avn Bde. Priority of brigade support by unit initially remains unchanged. TF 3-32. equipment evacuation. CSR of 2 TOW-2B per BFV and 10 APFSDS-T per M1 is in effect for duration of this operation. MSR LAMOUT remains under division control throughout the operation. No class VII replacement items expected to be available until units reach PL DESK. the periods should correspond to the concept of operation time periods/events. Make it clear which period of time is being addressed. supporting effort. Address any critical CSS risks to the operation. and class III. VII.) Period begins while units are in TAA BOOK and ends when units occupy attack positions. DS artillery. This facilitates synchronizing the CSS battlefield operating system (BOS) with the other BOSs in the operation. Priority of supply is replenishing class V UBLs. All refugee flow and traffic to be passed through the BSA to the refugee holding area vicinity the DSA at OBERFRIEDHAUSEN (NU0818). EPWs. For ease of understanding. especially fuel carriers. Initial priority of support and replacements is to TF 4-5 (main effort). etc. class V. 2-32). HEMTTs. and TF 2-32. and field services (except MA) operations are discontinued until units secure Obj DOVE. 52d DIVARTY. (3) After. TF 2-32 reorganizes to a minimum combat level of 85%. and WOOD. recovery vehicles. and 1st Bde. Priority of support will shift to TF 2-32 upon commitment of the brigade reserve. DS artillery. all others. No aeromedical evacuation authorized east of PL FAN. and refugees. 3-32. MSR MIKE is designated as the division chemical contamination route. Personnel replacement. phase Ia. Division priority of support shifts to 2d Bde upon initiating its attack. Focus of logistics effort is reconstituting combat units. and TF 2-32. and fuel and ammo carriers. CGSC/ST101-6/APB/JUL00 B-2 . 202d FSB will establish a forward maintenance collection point vicinity GEVERWEG (NU5025) after units clear to PL TILE. then to 3d Bde (div main effort) when 2d Bde crosses PL FOX. Priority of maintenance is to tanks. howitzers. Critical CSS risk is threat to softskinned support vehicles. Priority of movement forward is to classes IX. posed by bypassed enemy elements in zone. and refugees. EPW holding area to be operational vicinity NUTZEN (NU295185). in order. technique. Bde units transport all KIAs to brigade MA collection point vicinity NUTZEN (NU295185). Elements of 202d FSB will be integrated with the maneuver units for movement forward to begin establishing BSA DEUCE. and V. (1) Before. and HEMTTs. structure the logistic support for that portion of the support concept by phase. 2d Bde.

AXPs move to Obj DOVE. finance support. then begins displacement to establish BSA COFFEE vicinity KAISENDORF (NU7524). and WOOD. * * * * * CGSC/ST101-6/APB/JUL00 B-3 . MA collection point collocates with maintenance collection point vicinity GEVERWEG. 202d FSB remains in BSA DEUCE until the brigade continues the attack east across PL DESK. Cannibalization authorized at DS level to minimize risk of insufficient class VII M1 and M2/3 replacements. and field services resume.the same. Personnel services. aeromedical evacuation authorized from as far forward as AAs ERASER. LEAD.

commander’s guidance and intent. unusual. SERVICE SUPPORT (The G4 and G1. 842d and 843d FSTs collocate with 303d and 202d FSBs. with coordination and input from special staff officers. arm.APPENDIX C DIVISION SUPPORT CONCEPT SAMPLE ________________________________________________________________________________________ (Boldface indicates explanations and are not part of the sample. service support plan/order. move. fix.) a. write the support concept as a result of the mission analysis. O/O. nonstandard.) Mission: O/O. what. 52d Avn Bde and DIVARTY conduct initial deep operations to attrit 54th MID division artillery group (DAG) and command and control elements in EA CUP. 3d Bde moves to defend the division front between NU602151 to NU601351. Once 52d Avn Bde reaches PL DESK. and 303d FSBs. Units will complete the operation at or above 65% and prepare to initiate offensive operations within 96 hours. as division reserve. annex I (Service Support) to the plan/order. and sustain soldiers and their systems. the DTO. the logistic/personnel estimate. * * * * * 4. The process of writing the support concept can also serve as a test of essential CSS planning considerations. All essential. 16th CSG provides DS/GS to nondivisional units operating in the division area. the concept of operations. Concept of Operations. destroying the enemy’s remaining DAG elements and the advancing division’s main body. then to 2d Bde. 1st Bde provides one armor TF as the division’s TCF throughout the operation. [The concept addresses essential. 1st Bde. and where of CSS within the unit. move to and occupy attack positions. Paragraph 4a should provide a “visualization” of the flow of CSS operations from start to finish for subordinate non-CSS commanders. GS and reinforcing DS to 52d ID (M) from LSA BELL. unusual. Annex C (Operation Overlay) O/O. 52d Avn Bde screens the division’s southern flank between PL FAN and PL DESK. Support Concept. follows 3d Bde with priority of effort to 3d Bde. MCO. nonstandard. Tools available to aid the writer(s) are the higher HQ support concept. 3a. 1st Bde occupies AA PILL and prepares to counterattack to destroy the enemy reserve if it is committed against 3d Bde and not allow the enemy to penetrate PL BELT. 3d Bde conducts the division main attack to seize Obj QUAIL. 80th Med Gp collocates in LSA BELL and provides area medical support. 52d ID (M) attacks in zone to seize Obj QUAIL and Obj DOVE. destroying the 54th Mech Infantry Division (MID) lead brigades and defeating the 45th Tank Division (TD). 2d Bde initiates the supporting attack to seize Obj DOVE and defeat the enemy division’s lead brigades. 52d ID (M) units prepare to facilitate 209th ACR forward passage of lines (FPOL) to the east. 2d Bde moves to defend the division front between NU601011 to NU602151. and collocates 138th CSB in DSA LAMP.] 52d ID (M) DISCOM(-) establishes DSA LAMP vicinity FRIEDHAUSEN (NU0917) and provides DS to division operations and reinforcing DS to the 101st. when. etc. fuel. and non-SOP aspects of CSS synchronization and operations from a framework of who. 202d. Consider the CSS characteristics listed in FM 100-5 and the tactical logistics functions of man. brigade units depart TAA BOOK.. When the 54th MID lead brigades and the 45th TD lead brigades and artillery are destroyed. Upon 2d Bde crossing PL FOX. and analysis and comparison steps of the military decisionmaking process. and prepare to seize objectives. COA development. and non-SOP items and priorities that are common to all phases should be addressed in the introductory portion of this paragraph. respectively. and CSS notes from the wargaming process. to provide urgent surgery CGSC/ST101-6/APC/JUL00 C-1 .

maneuver brigades. and remainder of CS units. No host nation support available east of PL FAN. AXPs will be established no farther east than PL TILE. A forward collecting platoon of the 20th MA Collection Company will operate collection points in the DSA and each of the BSAs.) Period begins while units are in TAA BOOK and ends when units arrive in attack positions. Division EPW holding area to be operational NE of DSA *Before. Aeromedical evacuation available west of PL FAN. 825th Med Co (Air Ambulance) positions an area support MEDEVAC section in the DSA and a forward support MEDEVAC team in each of the three BSAs. 5. 2d Corps initial priority of support and replacements is to 10th Avn. Priority of support shifts to 2d Bde upon initiating its supporting attack. Priority of movement forward (eastward) is to DIVARTY units conducting deep operations. and refugees. and 1st Bde. 25th AR. Priority of ground maintenance and evacuation is to tanks.* Period begins when combat units are in attack positions and ends when units secure Objs DOVE and QUAIL. 2d Bde. Priority of movement rearward is to casualty evacuation. Hasty burials are not authorized. Command-regulated items include barrier material and some class IX major end items. Bradleys.* (Organize your thoughts into a framework of either before. in order. EPWs. Priority of supply shifts to class III resupply. during. Aviation maintenance priorities remain the same. Priority of support will shift to 1st Bde if committed to counterattack enemy reserve. CGSC/ST101-6/APC/JUL00 C-2 . fuel and ammo prime movers. DIVARTY.000gallon tankers. and 1st Bde when 2d Bde crosses PL FOX and 3d Bde conducts division main attack. (1) Before. DIVARTY. 80th Med Gp FSTs establish operations vicinity TAA BOOK and are ready to accept patients before units occupy attack positions. Division accepts risk of resupply of class III(b) on MSR ROBIN between PL FAN and PL DESK. Priority of movement rearward (westward) is to casualty evacuation. This facilitates synchronizing the CSS battlefield operating system (BOS) with the other BOSs in the operation.capability to the division. and MHE. All refugee flow and traffic to be passed to the refugee holding area vicinity the DSA at OBERFRIEDHAUSEN (NU0818). Address each critical CSS function that is particular to this phase. Cannibalization authorized at DS level. whichever is appropriate for the plan. etc. Logistics focus is initially improving unit combat power. then supporting the division tactical movement to attack positions. DS artillery. Logistics focus is supporting committed units while echeloning DISCOM units and stocks forward into DSA LAMP. Corps priority of support shifts to 25th AR. 2d Bde. Address any critical CSS risks to the operation. Initial priority of support and replacements is to 52d Avn Bde. and after is a tactic. then changes to 3d Bde. Division SLCR point located at the sports platz NW of DSA LAMP vicinity OBER KLEINDORF (NU1318). (2) During. 2d Corps Arty. and 209th ACR. 53d ID (M). 52d ID (M). For ease of understanding. phase Ia. tanks. priority of ground maintenance and evacuation is to howitzers. Class VII resupply not expected until units reach PL DESK. DISCOM(-) collocates a maintenance collection point in BSA DEUCE vicinity GUTENBERG (NU3010). MSR LAMOUT remains under division control. Priority of movement forward is to maneuver units. structure the logistic support for that portion of the support concept by phase. If the operation is phased (phase I. during. MSR MIKE is the division chemical contamination route. DISCOM(-). and after or into phases to match the concept of operations. 5-ton tractors. 53d ID (M). DS artillery. Priority of supply is replenishing class V UBLs. Brigades arrange for transport of all KIAs to division MA collection point vicinity MEUSHASES (NU101600). and classes III and V. Corps helicopter support available for emergency resupply of classes III and V. Corps maintains control of MSRs SAW and WIRE. howitzers. 52d ID (M). CSR of 3 TOW-2B per BFV and 15 APFSDS-T per M1 is in effect for duration of this operation. Make it clear which period of time is being addressed. finance support. detachments will operate from BSA locations.). and field services (except MA) operations are suspended until units reach PL DESK. aeromedical evacuation authorized as far forward as battalion aid station locations. the periods should correspond to the concept of operation time periods/events. or procedure to aid organization and synchronization. Bradleys. and evacuation vehicles. 184th PSB and 20th FB provide support from current and future DSA locations. 52d Avn Bde. Priority of aviation maintenance is to AH-64s and OH-58Ds. Personnel replacement. and 209th ACR. and refugees. maintenance evacuation. equipment evacuation. and FSBs. 3d Bde. technique.

). 52d ID (M). structure the logistic support for that portion of the support concept by phase. * * * * * *Before. Forward movement priority is to classes IX. phase Ia. 1st Bde will reorganize to a minimum combat level of 85%. and 3d Bde to 65%. etc. Ground and air maintenance and evacuation priorities remain the same. and after is a tactic. and 25th AR. 2d Bde. and V.* Period begins after units secure objectives DOVE and QUAIL and ends after units establish defensive positions along PL DESK. This facilitates synchronizing the CSS battlefield operating system (BOS) with the other BOSs in the operation. during. Corps priority of support shifts to 53d ID (M). and 1st Bde. Personnel. 209th ACR. Division priority of support and personnel replacement is to 3d Bde. finance support. 52d Avn Bde. VI. CGSC/ST101-6/APC/JUL00 C-3 . technique. Critical CSS risk is continuity of support while DISCOM(-) moves to and establishes DSA LAMP. and field services resume. AXP eastern limit is removed and aeromedical evacuation authorized from secure brigade objectives. DISCOM(-) relocates to DSA LIGHT vicinity GUTENBERG (NU3010) when 202d FSB begins displacement. Division MA collection point moves vicinity DSA LIGHT when DSA established. Focus of logistics effort is reconstituting combat units. or procedure to aid organization and synchronization. III. If the operation is phased (phase I. 2d Bde and 52d Avn Bde to 80%.vicinity KLEINDORF (NU1219). Rearward movement priorities remain the same. (3) After.

COA development. 209th ACR conducts a passage of lines through 52d ID (M) and establishes a screen along PL CHAIR. 52d ID (M) becomes the corps reserve with priority of commitment to the 53d ID (M) zone. arm. and non-SOP aspects of CSS synchronization and operations from a framework of who. 25th AR attacks in zone to seize Obj PHEASANT.APPENDIX D CORPS SUPPORT CONCEPT SAMPLE ________________________________________________________________________________________ (Boldface indicates explanations and are not part of the sample. * * * * * 4. moves along MSRs SAW and WIRE. nonstandard. Consider the CSS characteristics listed in FM 100-5 and the tactical logistics functions of man. then attack in zone and seize assigned objectives. etc. unusual. and attacks along Axis BRIDGE to seize Obj FAR and defeat the 55th TD reserve brigade. unusual.) a. 2d (US) Corps units depart TAAs and move along assigned routes to attack positions.) Mission: O/O.. All essential. 209th ACR moves along MSRs GLASS and MORTAR and prepares to pass through 52d ID (M). Initially. and CSS notes from the wargaming process. 3a. Phase I ends when corps units have successfully defeated 55th TD second-echelon brigades. Phase II: Deep operations consist of corps aviation conducting an attack in EA LIVER to delay commitment of 55th TD reserve east of PL KNOB for 6 hours. the concept of operations. 25th AR. 53d ID (M) initially is corps reserve with priority of commitment to 25th AR zone. 53d ID (M) moves along MSRs SAW and WIRE and prepares to pass through 25th AR. move. corps transportation officer. [The concept addresses essential. nonstandard. 53d ID (M) conducts a passage of lines through 25th AR. Concept of Operations. SERVICE SUPPORT (The G4 and G1. commander’s guidance and intent. the corps’ main effort. 2d (US) Corps attacks in zone to seize Obj FAR and secure the corps’ front from PU920010 to PU901851 to destroy the 55th Tank Division (TD). with coordination and input from special staff officers. and sustain soldiers and their systems. fuel. and where of CSS within the unit. the 53d ID (M) secures Obj FAR. Annex C (Operation Overlay) This is a two-phased operation. CMCC chief. when. and the 209th ACR establishes a screen of the corps’ front along PL CHAIR (PU920010 to PU901851). Paragraph 4a should provide a “visualization” of the flow of CSS operations from start to finish for subordinate non-CSS commanders. After crossing PL DOOR. Phase II ends when the 55th TD reserve is defeated. Support Concept. defeating the two second-echelon brigades and destroying the remaining artillery. Tools available to aid the writer(s) are the higher HQ support concept. becomes the corps’ main effort. what. Phase I: O/O. 52d ID (M) moves along MSRs MORTAR and BRICK to conduct the supporting attack in zone in the east to seize Obj RAVEN while fixing the lead enemy brigades north of PL RUG. and analysis and comparison steps of the military decisionmaking process. 209th ACR provides one squadron as the corps TCF throughout the operation. write the support concept as a result of the mission analysis. thus defeating the 7th Tank Army. the logistic/personnel estimate. service support plan/order. fix. annex I (Service Support) to the plan/order. deep operations with corps aviation and corps artillery attack to destroy the 55th TD division artillery group (DAG) in EA HEART and delay the reserve brigade as the divisions close to fight the enemy main body. and non-SOP items and priorities that are common to all phases should be CGSC/ST101-6/APD/JUL00 D-1 . Lead divisions are responsible for corps flank security.

divisions. CH-47s. PLS trucks. MSRs BOB and MIKE are corps’ designated contamination routes. 52d ID (M). GS and reinforcing DS to 25th AR. Priority of supply buildup is class III(b). CSR is in effect for selected ammunition types through all phases of this operation. and class VII (weapon systems) are command regulated. reinforcing support to the forward CSGs. Focus of corps medical units is establishing medical treatment facilities and operations. Priority of support initially remains the same. Chemical suits.* Begins while units are in TAAs and ends when 2d (US) Corps initiates movement forward to line of depature/line of contact. and 209th ACR. 53d ID (M). 10th Avn. Cannibalization is authorized at DS level only. 22d Fin Bn and 184th Pers Bn collocate in LSA PLUTO and support the 52d ID (M) and 209th ACR on an area basis. and GLASS. CGSC/ST101-6/APD/JUL00 D-2 . etc. then supporting corps movement to PL DOOR (line of departure/line of contact). (2) Support during phase I. and GLASS remain corps-controlled routes throughout the operation. and 1st MEF. COSCOM establishes ROM sites west of PL BEAM on MSRs SAW. 2d corps artillery. and area medical support from LSA PLUTO. WIRE. and area medical support from LSA MARS. Priority *Before. PLUTO. 25th Fin Bn and 188th Pers Bn collocate in LSA VENUS and support corps troops on an area basis. This facilitates synchronizing the CSS battlefield operating system (BOS) with the other BOSs in the operation. 13th CSG (F) and 83d Med Gp provide area DS/GS to corps troops. Priority of rearward movement is to casualty evacuation.* Begins when 2d (US) Corps initiates movement forward from TAAs and ends when 25th AR secures Obj PHEASANT and 55th TD second-echelon brigades are defeated. BRICK. (1) Support before phase I. 52d ID (M). phase Ia. and after is a tactic. Priority of movement forward is to corps artillery. GS and reinforcing DS to divisions. The process of writing the support concept can also serve as a test of essential CSS planning considerations. Priority of aircraft maintenance and evacuation is to AH-64s. 209th ACR. 24th Fin Bn and 187th Pers Bn collocate in LSA SATURN and support the 53d ID (M) and 10th Avn on an area basis. Corps EPW holding area to be operational NW of LSA VENUS vicinity GROSSDORF (NU1829). 110th TSC provides EAC-level support to 2d (US) Corps. 21st Fin Bn and 185th Pers Bn collocate in LSA MARS and support 25th AR on an area basis. 19th CSG (F) and 81st Med Gp provide area DS/GS to corps troops with priority to 10th Avn. 14th CSG (F) and 84th Med Gp provide area DS/GS to corps troops with priority to 209th ACR. 20th CSG (R) and elements of 84th Med Gp provide corpswide support. 21st (US) Corps. corps will control aircraft and ground crew-served weapon system replacement personnel and equipment through weapon system replacement operations (WSRO). technique. Corps MEDEVAC policy is 7 days. WIRE. structure the logistic support for that portion of the support concept by phase. MLRS. Logistics focus is initially on improving unit combat power and establishing GS and DS stockage objectives. 2d Corps Arty.).addressed in the introductory portion of this paragraph. GS and reinforcing DS to 53d ID (M). refugees. 33d Army maintains control of MSRs MORTAR and BRICK throughout the operation. If the operation is phased (phase I. and maintenance evacuation. and 209th ACR. and forklifts. and echelon III combat health support to 2d (US) Corps from LSAs MARS. 2d Corps’ initial priority of support is to 10th Avn. Corps Artillery.] 2d COSCOM provides GS and DS to nondivisional units. fuel tankers. then support of the deep battles in EA HEART and LIVER. and class V and III distribution. Priority of ground maintenance and evacuation is to tanks. priority of replacements is to 25th AR. and maximizing RTDs. and UH-60s. howitzers. Focus of logistics effort is initially support of corps movement forward to PL DOOR. MORTAR. and area medical support from LSA SATURN. 52d ID (M). during. then support of divisions in contact. 53d ID (M). Bradleys. 53d ID (M). Corps FSTs deploy to division areas and establish operations to be ready to accept patients before units cross PL DOOR. Priority of support will shift to 53d ID (M) if committed in 25th AR zone. and area medical support from LSA VENUS. 2d Pers Gp and 2d Fin Gp headquarters collocate in LSA VENUS and provide personnel service and financial support throughout the corps area. 25th AR. Hasty burials are not authorized. 33d Army’s initial priority of support is to 2d (US) Corps. selected class IX major end items. MSRs SAW. then shifts to 25th AR. or procedure to aid organization and synchronization. Corps MA collection point is located in LSA VENUS. 10th Avn. SATURN. and 209th ACR. GS and reinforcing DS to 52d ID (M). and VENUS in the corps rear area and forwarddeployed support elements in division areas.

209th ACR. and ends on receipt of follow-on mission. 80%. All other corps support locations remain the same. finance support. Maintenance priority for ground equipment is to tanks. Priority of movement forward is to 53d ID (M). All refugee flow and traffic to be passed to the refugee holding area vicinity LSA VENUS. All personnel service. 80%. V. etc. 52d ID (M). 19th and 14th CSG (F) will deploy forward logistics elements into the 53d ID (M) and 209th ACR rear areas. finance support. replacement weapon systems. 209th ACR. Priority of aircraft maintenance is unchanged. Critical CSS risk is inadequate time to reconstitute units before commitment to follow-on mission.). and Bradleys. OH58Ds. during. and after is a tactic. then shifts to divisions. and UH-60s. or procedure to aid organization and synchronization. structure the logistic support for that portion of the support concept by phase. Critical CSS risk is threat to softskinned support vehicles posed by bypassed enemy elements in zone. Aeromedical evacuation authorized no farther east than PL WALL. Logistics focus is reconstituting combat units. Begins when 25th AR has secured Obj PHEASANT and ends when 53d ID (M) secures Obj FAR and 209th ACR is screening along PL CHAIR. priority will shift to 52d ID (M) if committed in 53d ID (M) zone. howitzers.of supplies is class V and III(b). technique. Priority of support is to 209th ACR. Priority of movement forward remains the same initially during corps movement to line of departure/line of contact. class III and class V. Aeromedical evacuation authorized no farther east than PL ROOF. phase Ia. howitzers. If the operation is phased (phase I. 2d Corps Arty. Individual replacement operations are suspended until Phase I is complete. All other units conduct reconstitution in their secured objectives. and EPWs when divisions cross PL DOOR. and fuel and ammo carriers. Priority of rearward movement shifts to casualty evacuation. 20th CSG (R) and 84th Med Gp establish a reconstitution site vicinity Obj PHEASANT to assist 25th AR in reconstitution effort. WSRO site is operational in LSA VENUS. finance support. Individual replacement operations resume. 75%. and field service operations resume. beyond Obj PHEASANT. and 25th AR. (3) Support during phase II. Rearward priority of movement is to casualty evacuation. Movement priorities rearward are unchanged. EPWs. and replacement weapon systems released from WSRO site in LSA VENUS. This facilitates synchronizing the CSS battlefield operating system (BOS) with the other BOSs in the operation. 53d ID (M) reconstitutes to a minimum combat level of 85%. 52d ID (M). and refugees. Ground maintenance priorities are Bradleys. and 25th AR. Priority of support is to 53d ID (M). Host nation support will not be used east of PL DOOR. MLRS. 52d ID (M). maintenance evacuation. tanks. 53d ID (M). (4) Support after phase II. and 25th AR. maintenance evacuation. respectively. * * * * * *Before. Primary logistics effort is support of units in contact. Movement priorities forward are to class IX. CGSC/ST101-6/APD/JUL00 D-3 . and class V and III(b) distribution when lead divisions cross PL DOOR. and IV. and classes III. Maintenance priorities are unchanged. 10th Avn. Critical CSS risk is enemy threat to establishing forward logistics elements forward of Obj PHEASANT. and field services (except MA) operations are suspended for committed units. and field services (except MA) operations remain suspended for committed units until 53d ID (M) secures Obj FAR. Personnel services. Supply priority is class III replenishment. corps artillery. Personnel services. Priority of aircraft maintenance is AH-64s. 209th ACR. refugees. movement on MSRs GLASS and MORTAR is restricted to 209th ACR.* Period begins when 53d ID (M) has secured Obj FAR and 209th ACR has established a screen along PL CHAIR. Movement on MSRs SAW and WIRE is restricted to 53d ID (M).

68 15 CGSC/ST101-6/APE/JUL00 E-1 45 4-78 2/55 ID AXP 1 LRP 1 4-4 4-78 CBT 2/55 ID LRP 3 AXP 2 2/55 ID 4-41FA 4-79 2/55 ID 55 ID LRP 2 APPENDIX E BRIGADE CSS OVERLAY SAMPLE 4-79 4-4 CBT 2/55 ID CBT MSR EAGLE MCP II IV VII 4-41FA BTY MA ATP 55 ID 2/55 ID AXP 3 4-78 FLD 2/55 ID 4-4 2/55 ID FLD O LC FA R MS N 4-5 2/55 ID B 552 SALV IX 4-41FA FLD 55 ID D MSR HAWK 32 4-79 FLD 4-5 2/55 ID CBT 2/55 ID AA JIMBO 55 ID 4-5 FLD C B PS MI 55 552 A 552 D 2/55 ID 2 55 2/55 MP 55 ID 2/55 ID REAR A 169/644 552 A 55/2 FSB 2-B 55 ID SR M E GL EA EPW 55 02 NOT TO SCALE .

CGSC/ST101-6/APPF/JUL97 84 34 CGSC/ST101-6/APF/JUL00 F-1 BSA X BSA MSR EAGLE X BSA MSR HAWK MSR KITE X MSR FALCON ASP 1 ASP 2 X 32 55 ID D A SVC X ASP 3 EPW APPENDIX F DIVISION CSS OVERLAY SAMPLE 554 MCP 1 F 554 2/554 MP 55 ID II IV VII D D F-1 IX 55/2 55 MP 55 ID 55 REAR DISCOM 4 (-) 55 MCP 2 B TMT 554 55 ID 554 MSB 55 C 9017 DS ELEC 554 55 ID 169 55 PSB (-) 644 273 (-) 2 GS 13/13/X 4 TCP 2 ATP 55 13/13/X HHC/MMC 1-C 554 MA 55 580 293 FLD SVC D SALV HVY 13/13/X 711 555 MDM/CNTR ASB 55 13/13/X MOAD S-PLS 45 02 TCP 1 199/13/X 721 POL AA ROBIN MDM/POL 13/13/X 13 CSB(F) 13/X 220 13/13/X XX NOT TO SCALE .

SC/ST101-6/APPG/JUL97 45 III CGSC/ST101-6/APG/JUL00 G-1 XX 32 DSA XX 198 CSB(F) DSA XX 19 CSG(F) 19 CSB(F) 250 GS 19/19/X 9024 723 809 CSH DS LSA ALPHA 91 14 CSG(F) CSB(F) 127 CSB(F) TCP 2 19/19/X 253 19/19/X FLD SVC MDM/CNTR 19/19/X APPENDIX G CORPS CSS OVERLAY SAMPLE 82/80/X 228 14 CSB(F) MSR EAGLE 197 CSB(F) XXX REAR POL 580 19/19/X 745 19/19/X LSA BRAVO MDM/POL 19/19/X (MIRRORS CSG SHOWN AT RIGHT) G-1 XX (ONLY UNITS FROM 1 CSB SHOWN) III TCP 7 COSCOM III MSR CROW X (-) X TCP 9 812 182 CSH 83/80/X 502 CA ASP 5 (-) 2 55 X (-) 33 POL 185 PSB 129 CSB ASP 6 520 EOD 55 64/X 635 CA 2/X 644 PERS (-) X 180 20 CSG(R) 530/X 1802 RAOC CSH 519 EOD II DENT 530/X AD (-) 80/X 138 CSB 20 SVC 20 258 259 298 290 GS AERS 932 II 827 MLB 811 X (-) 80/X 83/80/X II 825 EVAC 833 (-) X (-) 80/X MSR CONDOR 80 LSA CHARLIE GS 257 GS 02 77 NOT TO SCALE .

APPENDIX H SUPPORT CONCEPT MATRIX ____________________________________________________________________________________ BEFORE* DURING* AFTER* MAN SUSTAIN ARM FUEL FIX MOVE *If the operation is phased (phase I.). etc. This facilitates synchronizing the CSS BOS with the other BOSs in the operation. phase Ia. CGSC/ST101-6/APH/JUL00 H-1 . structure the logistic support for that portion of the support concept by phase.

III. TOW. 1 Bde. 52 Avn.). 1 Bde SUSTAIN Hellfire. refugees AFTER* Priority: 2 Bde. 2 Bde. 52 Avn. 2 Bde. structure the logistic support for that portion of the support concept by phase. BFV. O/O CH-47 emerg resupply. MHE Avn priorities unchanged Forward: cl III. CGSC/ST101-6/API/JUL00 I-1 . V Rearward: med. phase Ia. 52 Avn. etc. This facilitates synchronizing the CSS BOS with the other BOSs in the operation. 3 Bde Fin & repl ops resume vic Gutenberg Priority: 2 Bde. V Rearward: unchanged DSA moves to Gutenberg *If the operation is phased (phase I. BFVs. howitzers. 3 Bde. OH-58D. V Rearward: med. 3 Bde. 1 Bde Fin & repl ops suspended until PL DESK Priority: 3 Bde. 3 Bde Fld svces resume vic Gutenberg 155 DPICM. 1 Bde Replenish UBLs FUEL Tanks. veh evac. recovery veh Avn: AH-64. stocks move to Gutenberg Priority: 3 Bde. cl III. 2 Bde. EPWs. 25mm. 5K tankers. EPWs Priorities unchanged FIX MOVE Forward: cl IX. 52 Avn. 5-ton trks. 1 Bde. 155 DPICM ARM Priority: 52 Avn. TOW. Hellfire.APPENDIX I COMPLETED SUPPORT CONCEPT MATRIX ____________________________________________________________________________________ BEFORE* Priority: 52 Avn. 1 Bde Stocks move to Gutenberg Tanks. 3 Bde. refugees. 1 Bde Fld svcs suspended until PL DESK 120mm HEAT. tank ATGM. 2 Bde. 2 Bde. 1 Bde DURING* Priority: 3 Bde. 2 Bde. tank Replenish UBLs MAN Priority: 52 Avn. 52 Avn. UH-60 Forward: units. 155 DPICM.

defensible Near MSR. hard-surface roads Near airfield. helipad Cover and concealment. defensible Near MSR. level terrain. Nondiv Trans Hvy Truck Co Trans Mdm Truck Co Trans Light Truck Co Trans Light/Mdm Truck Co Trailer Transfer Point Team AVIM Co ASB CSH 450 x 1000 1500 x 1000 800 x 900 500 x 600 400 x 500 250 x 300 350 x 450 100 x 100 400 x 300 800 x 800 350 x 350 BSA (includes FSB. defensible Near MSR. DISCOM HQ. CGSC/ST101-6/APJ/JUL00 J-1 . and rear command post 4000 x 7000 7000 x 10000 *This is intended only as a guide. good drainage. three battalion field trains. near division MSR. good drainage Water supply. Actual requirements depend on terrain and the enemy. defensible.APPENDIX J CSS UNIT TERRAIN REQUIREMENTS Approximate Terrain Requirements of Representative CSS Units Unit Requirements (meters)* 5000 x 8000 2000 x 3600 1000 x 1000 1600 x 900 Special Requirements GS Ammo Co (MOADS) (CSA) DS Ammo Co (MOADS) (ASP) DS Ammo Co (MOADS) (ATP) Petroleum Supply Co Near MSR. and brigade slice elements operating within the BSA) DSA (includes MSB. hardsurface roads. good drainage Near MSR Hard-surface roads Near MSR Improved roads Hard-surface roads Trafficable roads Trafficable roads Hard-surface roads Near airfield Near airfield Near MSR. hard-surface roads Mortuary Affairs Co 700 x 400 Repair Parts Supply Co Heavy Materiel Supply Co DS Maint Co.

2 x number of gallons) (number of barrels x 31.APPENDIX K CONVERSION FACTORS The following are simplified conversion factors for quick computation.000 kilograms 2. The computations are accurate to within 2 percent: Miles to kilometers Gallons to liters Barrels to gallons Pounds to kilograms = = = = (8 x number of miles)/5 (4 x number of gallons) .91 metric tons 1.(.5 gallons) (5 x number of pounds)/11 The following are metric weight equivalents: Short ton (US) Long ton (US) Pound Metric ton One kilogram = = = = = 0.2 pounds CGSC/ST101-6/APK/JUL00 K-1 .45 kilograms 1.02 metric tons 0.

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