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    • IBCTOrganizational and Operational Cliff Notes 08 JAN 02 AS OF 08 1
    • IBCT Organizational Concept XHHC IN RSTA FA BSB AT EN SIG MI 155T HHC SUPPORT 4 X 120mm MGS 2 X 120mm 2 X 120mm AS OF 08 2
    • Initial Brigade Combat Team OrganizationResponsive and deployable  precision, internetted, combined arms fightingCombat capable – full spectrum - enhanced situational understanding - complements Major Theater War or - more access to combat multipliersMajor Regional Conflict capability - more combat power at point of battle - creates new Small Scale Contingency or 3498Stability and Support Operations capability BRIGADE HQ IAV (2) 1995 408 285 379 51 3 INFANTRY 1 RSTA 1 ARTILLERY 1 SUPPORT 1 ANTI-TANK BATTALIONS SQUADRON BATTALION BATTALION COMPANY 120mm MORTARS (6) M198 155T HOW (12) REPLACE FWD, TOW II-B (9) MOUNTED SENSORS COUNTER-BATTERY, REACH AND IAV (10)120mm MORTARS (30) REINFORCING, AND ANTICIPATORY HUMINT81mm MORTARS (12) SHAPING FIRES LOGISTICS GROUND RADAR (4)60mm MORTARS (18) Q-36 Radar (1) IAV (11) MULTI-SENSORM24 SNIPER RIFLE (15) Q-37 Radar (1) HEMMT-LHS (22) SHAWDOW UAV (3)IAV (195) HEMMT Tankers (14) IAV (52)MGS (27) CBT REPAIR TM (5) JAVELIN (36)JAVELIN (81) 71 119 74 1 MIL INTEL 1 ENGINEER 1 SIGNAL COMPANY COMPANY COMPANY HUMINT/ANALYSTS MICLIC (6) VOLCANO (3) SMART-T (3) / Trojan Spirit (3) ASAS RWS ESV (9) BSN (2) / BRSS (2) IMETS-Light HMEE (6) (ILO=SEE) RETRANS (15) / EPLRS NCS-E (3) DEUCE (6) EPLRS Gateway (2) REBS (4) (ILO=MGB)) NOC-V (1) AS OF 08 3
    • Initial Brigade Combat Team (IBCT) (287/27/3184 // 3498)• Mission: Command and control the brigade to • Capabilities fight and win small-scale contingency – Provides CINC with a new option for operations in complex and urban terrain decisive contingency response against a force that employs conventional and – Early entry divisional force capable of asymmetric capabilities deploying within 96 hours• Organization • Equipment/Weapons – Command Group – IAV – Bde HHC – MGS – Infantry Battalions (3) – Mortars (120mm, 81mm,60mm) – RSTA Squadron – Javelin – FA Battalion – Ground Radar – Brigade Support Battalion – UAV – Anti-Armor Company – M198 155T Howitzer – Engineer Company – TOW II-B – Military Intelligence Company – MICLIC – Signal Company – Volcano AS OF 08 4
    • IBCT Organizational Snapshot (287/27/3184 // 3498)3 Infantry BCT Battalions, ea with: Brigade Support Battalion with: 36 ICV 4 RV (41/0/624 // 665) 5 Combat Repair Teams (35/9/335 // 379) 10 MC 4 MEV 6 HEMMT-LHS w/4 PLS Trlr (Water) 9 MGS (ATGM ILO) 3 FSV 14 HEMMT Tankers w/14 PLS Trlr (Fuel) 8 CV 27 Javelin 22 HEMMT-LHS w/PLS Trlr (Cargo) Ten 120mm Mortar Four 81mm Six 60mm Mortar Engineer Company with: (6/0/113 // 119) 9 ESV 6 DEUCE 4 MTB 6 MICLICRSTA Squadron with: (38/1/369 // 408) 6 SEE 3 VOLCANO 1 CV 3 NBCV/FOX 3 FSV 1 SHADOW UAV System MI Company with: (6/6/59 // 71) 36 RV 4 GSR ASAS RWS IMETS-Light 6 MC w/120mm 36 Javelin CGS / CHATS CI & OPS WS 4 MEV 3 PROPHET AT Company with: (6/0/45 // 51)FA Battalion with: (28/2/255 // 285) 9 ATGM 1 FSV 12 M-198 Howitzer (towed) 1 Q-36 Radar Signal Company with: (4/3/67 // 74) SMART-T (3) Trojan Spirit (3) 1 Q-37 Radar BSN (2) BRSS (2) RETRANS (15) EPLRS NCS-E (3) EPLRS Gateway (2) NOC-V (1)AS OF 08 5
    • IBCT HHC (41/6/69: 116)• MISSION • CAPABILITIES – Headquarters sections. The – Enhanced planning and information Headquarters section provides personnel, sharing through Parallel & Collaborative equipment and staff expertise for MDMP command, control, communications, – Enhanced Situational Understanding (SU) computers and information management and Information Superiority through the use of multi-dimensional reconnaissance capabilities to enable the brigade assets commander to plan and execute missions – Effects-based fires focused on a desired decisively. effect through the use of lethal and/or – Headquarters Company. The non-lethal effects. The multi-functional headquarters company provides FECC structure enables it to perform all administrative and logistical support to the tasks of a traditional fire support each headquarters section. element (FSE) plus the ability to integrate available non-lethal capabilities and to• ORGANIZATION plan/monitor information operations in – CMD/S1/S2/S3/S4/S6 support of the operations plan. – ADACC – Reach capability through advanced – MNVR SPT C4ISR systems – Enhanced maneuver support to the IBCT – FECC/NLEC/IO through synergistic planning of the – TACP Maneuver Support Cell – LNO • EQUIPMENT/WEAPONS – UMT/SURG/BOLT AS OF 08 6
    • Infantry Battalion (3) (41/0/624: 665)• MISSION • CAPABILITIES – Close with the enemy by means of fire – Principal fighting component of the IBCT-- and maneuver to destroy or capture him, IBCTs predominant force for seizing, or to repel his assault by fire, close securing, retaining and controlling terrain combat, and counterattack. – Can operate autonomously within an• ORGANIZATION IBCT AO or as part of any combat Bde – HHC – Well suited for operations in close, • Cmd Sec complex, or urban terrain • Co HQ Sec – Capable of employment in SSC, SASO, • Staff Sec and MTW when augmented – Operations are controlled and • FSE Sec synchronized at battalion level and • Medical PLT executed by infantry companies • Recon PLT • EQUIPMENT/WEAPONS • Mortar PLT – 120mm MORTARS (30) • Sniper SQD – 81mm MORTARS (12) – Infantry Rifle Company (3) – 60mm MORTARS (18) – M24 SNIPER RIFLE (15) – IAV (195) – MGS (27) – JAVELIN (81) AS OF 08 7
    • Infantry Rifle Company (3) (7/0/164: 171)• MISSION • CAPABILITIES – To close with the enemy by means of fire – combined arms combat organization and maneuver to destroy or capture him, capable of executing all tactical missions or to repel his assault by fire, close on all terrain under any battlefield or combat, and counterattack. weather condition• ORGANIZATION – particularly effective when employed in – Company HQ the close or urban terrain situations of a – Rifle Platoons (3) SSC or MTW, and is ideally suited to perform the numerous unique and – Mobile Gun System Platoon disparate SASO missions – Mortar Section – core competence is its ability to achieve – 3-Man Sniper Team tactical decision through dismounted infantry assault. • EQUIPMENT/WEAPONS – ICV (12) – MGS (3) – MC (2) – CV (2) – FSV (1) AS OF 08 9
    • Field Artillery Battalion (155T) (28/2/255: 285)• MISSION • CAPABILITIES – Provide direct support, responsive – Accurate, long-range, proactive counter- counter-fire support, and reinforcing and battery fire support in any assigned shaping fire support for the IBCT battle space• ORGANIZATION – Able to execute missions in SASO, SSC – HHB or MTW – 3 Firing Batteries – Can reinforce Infantry BN mortars as – Target Acquisition Platoon needed • EQUIPMENT/WEAPONS • Meteorological Section – M-198 155T (12) • Survey Team • Target Acquisition Section – Q-36 Radar (1) – Q-37 Radar (1) – M17 Decon Apparatus (2) AS OF 08 10
    • RSTA Squadron (38/1/369: 408)• MISSION • CAPABILITIES – develops situational awareness and – Perform multi-dimensional knowledge in the area of operations, reconnaissance, surveillance and target empowering the brigade to anticipate, acquisition forestall and dominate threats, allowing for – Provide all weather, around the clock, IBCT freedom of maneuver accurate and timely reconnaissance and surveillance• ORGANIZATION – Recon up to nine routes simultaneously, – Squadron HHT or conduct surveillance of up to eighteen – Recon Troop (3) designated areas simultaneously, or any combination thereof • Recon Platoon – Gather information about multi- • Mortar Section dimensional threats – Surveillance Troop – Develop a neighborhood level situational • UAV Platoon understanding of all aspects of the human • Ground Sensor Platoon environment within the AO • EQUIPMENT/WEAPONS • NBC Platoon – 120mm MORTARS (6) – MOUNTED SENSORS – HUMINT – GROUND RADAR (4) – MULTI-SENSOR – UAV (Shadow System) (3+1) – IAV (52) – JAVELIN (36) AS OF 08 12
    • RSTA Surveillance Troop (6/0/56: 62)• MISSION • CAPABILITIES – Conduct aerial, electronic and NBC – Launches, controls, recovers and repairs surveillance of the IBCT area of UAVs operations – Distributes information across the• ORGANIZATION battlefield – Troop HQ – Emplace and monitor remote sensors – UAV PLT (4xUAV) – Detect and classify both personnel and – Sensor PLT vehicles • REMBASS/GSR – Transmission signal intercept and • PROPHET direction finding – NBC PLT – Future EW capability – Locates and identifies life threatening chemical and radiological contaminants and some forms of biological warfare • EQUIPMENT/WEAPONS – NBCV (FOX ILO) (3) – UAV (3 A/C + I float) – GSR (4) – REMBASS (4) – PROPHET (3) AS OF 08 15
    • Anti-Tank Company (6/0/45: 51)• MISSION • CAPABILITIES – Provide accurate, long-range anti-armor – Accurate, long-range anti-armor fire fire support to enhance the support in any assigned battle space lethality,survivability, and maneuver of the – Able to execute missions in SSC, SASO IBCT or MTW, under all weather conditions• ORGANIZATION – Can destroy all types of enemy ground – Co HQ vehicles and many field fortifications – AT Platoon (3) – Can be employed as a unified company or as separate platoons supporting the maneuver battalions – Can be employed forward with RSTA in defense to conduct anti-armor ambushes – In urban/complex terrain, best employed where it can influence movement along major thoroughfares where terrain offers long range fields of fire • EQUIPMENT/WEAPONS – FSV w/Striker (1) – ATGM (w/TOW IIB Missile) (9) AS OF 08 16
    • Engineer Company (6/0/113: 119)• MISSION • CAPABILITIES – provides maneuver support, force support, – Mobility platoons support IBCT maneuver and terrain visualization to the IBCT in a by providing mobility support to mounted combination of operations maneuver, dismounted assault, and urban operations• ORGANIZATION – Limited capability to construct protective – Company HQ obstacles and survivability positions – Combat Mobility PLT (3) – Provides engineer reconnaissance with – Mobility Support PLT mobility platoons – Significant survivability, counter mobility, or sustainment engineering requires engineer augmentation – Terrain Visualization (topographic) section in IBCT HQ supports situational awareness. • EQUIPMENT/WEAPONS – ESV (9) – MICLIC (6) – VOLCANO (3) – Rapidly Emplaced Bridge System (4) – HMEE (6) – DEUCE (6) AS OF 08 17
    • Signal Company (4/3/67: 74)• MISSION • CAPABILITIES – The Brigade Signal Company (BSC) – Establishes the IBCT C4ISR network installs, operates, and maintains (IOM) the – Provides range extension of IBCT C4ISR network supporting BCT voice/data communications operations as an integral part of the – Provides network management division ARFOR, JTF, or theater network. capabilities The BSC is under the functional control of – Provides telephone/data/collaborative the brigade S6, which is defined as the planning and battlefield VTC services authority to direct actions and movement – TACSAT assets at ARFOR/HICON of signal elements in support of brigade – Performs limited signal electronic operations. Functional control includes maintenance operational and technical control of the • EQUIPMENT/WEAPONS brigade C4ISR network. The BSC – NCS-E (Net Control Station-EPLRS) (3) commander maintains command authority – BSN (Brigade Subscriber Node) (2) over the company. – NTDR (Near Term Digital Radio) –radios throughout BDE (44)• ORGANIZATION – SMART-T (Secure Mobile Anti-Jam – Network Operations Security Center Reliable Tactical Terminal) (3) (NOSC) – EPLRS (Enhanced Position Location Reporting System) Gateway Vehicles (2) – BSB Nodal Platoon – FM Retrans Vehicles x3 in BSC (15/BDE) – TOC Nodal Platoon – TROJAN LITE (Lightweight Integrated – Signal Support Platoon Telecommunications Equipment) x3 – Network Operations Center-Vehicle (1) AS OF 08 18
    • Military Intelligence Company (6/6/59: 71)• MISSION • CAPABILITIES – provides ISR analysis and integration – Maintains organic reach for linkage to ARFOR (theater, joint and national support to the BCT S2 Section in support analysis, products and databases). of the IBCT’ mission – Conducts dynamic re-tasking of assets to• ORGANIZATION support Now Battle visualization and – MI Company HQ targeting. – Maintains organic ability to store and – ISR Analysis Platoon exploit preprocessed SIGINT and IMINT – ISR Integration Platoon products • Common Ground Station Team – Conducts single, all source and cross- BOS analysis - provides relevant and • S2X Team timely threat situation awareness. • ISR Requirements Team – Fuses distributed analytic products to – Tactical HUMINT Platoon provide input into overall Common Relevant Operating Picture. – U.S. Air Force Weather Team – Provides planning and execution of ISR activities to support commander’s intent. • EQUIPMENT/WEAPONS FBCB2 IMETS-LIGHT ASAS RWS ACT-E CGS CI&OPS WS IWS-B CTT CHATS AS OF 08 19
    • Brigade Support Battalion (35/09/335: 379)• MISSION • CAPABILITIES – Provide Distributive and Reach CSS/ – Designed to provide sustainment support Logistics and Combat Health Services to for initial 72 hours before resupply the Interim Brigade Combat Team (IBCT) – Provides unit distribution and operates supply points within the BSA to sustain• ORGANIZATION the IBCT – HQ & Distribution Co – Conducts reach-back linkages with – Forward Maintenance Co division and higher echelons to expand – Brigade Support Medical Co CSS capabilities – Requires augmentation from echelon• EQUIPMENT/WEAPONS above brigade (EAB) elements to provide – 6 HEMMT-LHS w/4 PLS Trlr (Water) field services – 14 HEMMT Tankers w/14 PLS Trlr (Fuel) – Provides supply support for Class I, II, IIIP – 22 HEMMT-LHS w/PLS Trlr (Cargo) & Bulk, IV, V, VI, VII, and XI – 5 Combat repair Teams – Sub elements can be deployed to support a Bn TF – 14 HEMMT Wreckers – Limited capability for water purification, – 10 HMMWV Ambulances storage, and distribution – No organic laundry or bath capability – Limited capability to reconfigure loads – No dedicated transportation assets assigned to maneuver battalions – Heavily dependent on Class VII “RTF” spares AS OF 08 20
    • HQ and Distribution Company (8/0/136: 144)• MISSION • CAPABILITIES – Provide supply support for all classes of – Class I (subsistence/water) supply (minus Class VIII); distribute – Class II (OCIE) sustainment supplies throughout the IBCT – Class IIIP (Package POL) AO; operate all supply and distribution – Class III (Bulk) assets within the IBCT.• – Class IV (Barrier Mat only) ORGANIZATION – Command/Staff – Class V (ammunition (ATP)) – SPO/DMC – Class VI (Personal Demand) – CC HQ – Class VII (RTF Spares) – Trans PLT – Class XI (Repair Parts) – Fuel/Water PLT – 24 hour Distribution support to IBCT – Supply PLT • EQUIPMENT/WEAPONS – HEMMT-LHS w/PLS Trailer (22) – Fuel HEMMT Tankers w/ PLS trailers (14) equipped w/fuel flatrack tanks (14) – Water HEMMT-LHS (6) w/PLS trailers (4) equipped w/water flatrack tanks (4) (OBJ) – 1500 GPH water purification units (1) – 10-K RTFL (5) AS OF 08 21
    • Forward Maintenance Company (5/5/161: 171)• MISSION • CAPABILITIES – Provide field level automotive, missile, – Deploys combat repair teams (CRT) to armament, communications, and support the 3 maneuver battalions, RSTA engineer/ground support equipment and FA battalions to perform diagnostic, maintenance; maintenance management; prognostic, and maintenance and recovery for the IBCT management functions forward• ORGANIZATION – Company repair capability focuses – HQ Sec primarily on replacement and controlled – Maintenance Control substitution – Recovery – Primary means of recovery is self/like – Classification vehicle recovery – Wheel Veh Repair PLT • EQUIPMENT/WEAPONS – Maintenance Support PLT – Forward Repair System (FRS)(5) – Combat Repair Team (5) – HEMMT Wreckers (14) • 1 CRT per maneuver battalion AS OF 08 22
    • Brigade Support Medical Company (10/0/57: 65)• MISSION • CAPABILITIES – Provide level II combat health services – Treatment of wounds, injuries, illness and (CHS) to those IBCT elements with disease organic medical support; provides level I – Dental care, X-ray, Limited pharmacy & and level II on area basis to those units lab operating in the BSA not having organic – Ground casualty evacuation CHS assets – Class VIII Resupply• ORGANIZATION – Blood management – Co HQ – Patient holding for up to 20 PAX – Treatment Platoon – Combat Stress Control support – Evacuation Platoon (10 Amb) – Preventive medicine support (Epi/Ento) – Preventive Medicine Section – Reconstitution/regeneration of forward – Mental Health Section medical platoons – Area Support Squad – Six of ten evacuation teams have the – Holding Squad capability to forward deploy with medical platoons – Augmented by FST and MDT • EQUIPMENT/WEAPONS – M17 NBC DECON Apparatus (2) – HMMWV Ambulances (10) AS OF 08 23