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  • This term focuses our effort and gives the Army a basis on what comprises materiel management. There was no per say definition in the Army Lexicon but we derived this definition from JP (1.02) Joint Terms Encyclopedia under Inventory Control. We have defined this term to include Care of Supplies in Storage, quality control and retrograde.
  • This slide depicts generally where the legacy DMMC, CMMC, and TMMC functions have migrated into the modular force. The majority of functions have migrated into the SC(T). Note that the Army Sustainment Command is included. They are the MM for those units in CONUS going through the ARFORGEN process. We also show the Installation Management Agency. Example of task migrating from DMMC to BSB are the DAO ATP functions. The BSB has an ammo WO
  • The Distribution Management Center is the focal point of distribution operations inside the modular force. The essentials of command and control, materiel and distribution management as well as physical distribution are found inside the DMC. Its found inside the Sustainment Command (Theater) and Sustainment Command (Expeditionary). The SUS BDE has a similar type organization inside the SPO
  • This slide shows the major functions that each modular echelon and the branches inside these organizations that predominately perform MM Generally all echelons perform MM on certain classes of supply and their scope in their AO. Highlighting this slide The SC(T) is primary MM for a region. They additionally are the prime MM for CL II, III(P), IV, and IX. They have Total Asset Visibility of all stocks in the region. They are the repository of the MRF based upon guidance from Numbered Army, Corps, and Division G4&G8. They use their assigned SUS BDE to issue stocks within the Region. The SC(E) is the SC(T)’s extension in an area of operations and are focused to that extent. They manage and synchronize CL I, III(B), and V. They are in a monitor, advise, and query role for CL II, III(P), IV, and IX unless the SC(T) delegates that role to them. The SUS BDE executes those orders sent forth from the SC(T) or SC(E). They manage their internal stocks (ASL) BSB’s scope is the supporting the BCT. They manage their ASL and CL V in the ATHP. They perform those time sensitive materiel management functions such as ORIL recovery. The G4s are responsible for the establishing and coordinating priorities for their units. They also monitor the readiness for their subordinates. DIV G4 are empowered with the G3 to cross level critical materiel across BCTs as a quick solution.
  • This slide is the same as the last but added are the enablers at each level.
  • Above shows an analysis on SARSS related materiel managers conducted by a panel of Warrant Officers. The panel calculated man-hours required to perform SARSS specfic functions by echelon. The panel then took the current SC(T), SC(E), and SUS BDE TOEs and matched what functions each 92A or 920B would conduct. From that, they calculated the amount of available manhours. Each Soldier’s workweek was 70 hrs/week; 10 hrs. day/7 days week. Other columns reflect different assumptions. The above analysis only deals with those 92As and 920Bs that are currently assigned in a SARSS related position and does not account for 92As that are in non-materiel management slots (e.g. Plans Operations NCO, Training NCO, etc.) CASCOM is still in the COA develop and will brief MG Stevenson on how to mitigate these shortfalls. COA #1: Cross level 92As within the SC(T) COA #2: Move 92As and 920Bs from SUS BDE or SC(E) COA #3: Fill shortfalls with DACs or contractors
  • Task: Lay out the entire theater materiel management concept under the modular design, especially how 2 and 3 Star UEx get into the materiel management pipe-line
  • The modular Force logistics support has introduced many changes to our business processes including business system automation.  We are transforming from a division based to brigade centric logistics system linked directly from the brigade through Theater Sustainment Commands (TSC) to the national sustaining base.  All class II, IIIp, IV, and IX item management and managerial review functions (quantities, dollars spent, credits due, etc) formerly performed Division, Corps and Theater Materiel Management Centers (CMMC) In the particular case of Army Forces Command (FORSCOM), this was done by the 8 DMMC and 2 CMMC and Installation assets. As we migrated from COSCOM and CMMC to TSC and DCP, although the numbers are relatively similar, the materiel management authorizations are not. The total authorization for item managers at the TSC and DCP are significantly less than at the previous CMMC. The management functions, previously performed by 392 Warrant Officers and soldiers at the FORSCOM CMMC/DMMC is now to be performed by 74 WO/EM at the 2 TSC and 2 DCP located in CONUS. We realize that there has been some needed personnel shifting. The Sustainment Brigades and the Brigade Support Battalion are more robust than ever, however we are concerned that, although the requirement for materiel/item management remains valid, the personnel assets to perform it are not adequately allocated. We are concerned with the reduced allocations and have voiced this concern to the TRADOC and CASCOM agencies. We feel strongly that these should be reviewed, specially when no additional enablers have been provided. CASCOM has agreed to review these allocations and we stand firm to assist in the process. But we are certain this will not be an easy task. In addition to this, we need to address the item management requirements for those units at installations where no Sustainment Brigade is assigned to ensure adequate support and that as support elements deploy as part of force pool, there is a structure identified and agreed upon to provide that service.
  • This slide depicts some of the thought process or design philosophy behind the TSC The TSC is more capable of supporting Army, Joint, Interagency and Multinational forces for the UEy or Joint Force Commander It is the single log C2 element in theater and proponent for distribution, supply and maintenance services, and life support The Main is located in the AOR and the DCPs give us the rotational capability to be globally employable and make it world-wide capable. This design gives us consolidation of theater logistics functions and capabilities. The TSC is battle-focused, METL-driven, and task organized based on METT-TC. It can deploy, employ, sustain, redeploy….simultaneously….while conducting the full range of military operations This design is joint capable, integrates national and joint partners, establishes end-to-end distribution, and it coordinates inter and conducts intra theater logistics… 1. How do we track supplies when the Spt Bde deploys ahead of the combat formation? All units will be assigned and serviced by a TSC. Tracking MM is the responsibility of respective TSC and will be managed by the TSC’s DMC.  During deployments, the existing TSC relationship may shift to a different regionally aligned TSC or DCP. When needed, the TSC can send a Materiel Expediter Team to add face to face contact with the deploying commands. For non-deploying units, tasks performed by the Sustainment Brigade prior to deployment would normally be assumed by the supporting TSC, or may be transferred to the local IMA (Emerging Concept) 2. How is overall materiel management done within the UEx, up and down the Chain? The TSC is the materiel manager. Its automation systems are the primary tools for executing and tracking MM.  The Sus Bde's primary function is the immediate management of its stocks and distribution of material. Additionally it will support readiness tasks for aligned forces.   3. How do leaders have the visibility over MM to make priority and financial decisions? The UEx G4 while not designed to perform materiel management tasks, does have the staff and equipment to allow visibility of stocks in theater and in transit. This capability supports prioritization, planning and decision making processes within the UEx. Commanders must maintain a regular relationship with the TSC. STAMIS systems reports, NIPR, SIPR, and VTC should be daily forms of reach between the TSC and UEx & UEy Commanders to facilitate plans, policy and oversight requirement. It is essential that the TSCs convert to modular designs and fully assume the material management functions prior to deactivating any MMCs at both the Corps and Theater levels.
  • Note: Includes all Active and Reserve Components * 4-TSC and 1-ASC
  • AMC is building Acquisition, Logistics, and Technology from three distinct support functions into an integrated multi-functional organization using a modular building block design that is based on supporting the combat commander at all levels This organizational design provides Combat Commanders a single integrated AL&T POC, at all levels – from Brigade through Theatre to the National level This design integrates AMC’s three core missions, Acquisition Support, Logistics and Technology into a cohesive, modular support structure.
  • LSE Concept Plan: Command Relationships : The BLSTs and LSEs are attached to the highest level AMC HQ in the region and may be further attached (for level 1 maintenance, force protection, and billeting) in support to the UEx/BCT. The senior AMC HQ Commander retains C4I responsibility, administrative control, and technical control of deployed LSEs and BLSTs. The LSEs will be under tactical control (TACON) to the UEx they support. Likewise, BLSTs will be TACON to their supported BCT/UA. FM 5-0
  • 1. How do we track supplies when the Spt Bde deploys ahead of the combat formation? All units will be assigned and serviced by a TSC. Tracking MM is the responsibility of respective TSC and will be managed by the TSC’s DMC.  During deployments, the existing TSC relationship may shift to a different regionally aligned TSC or DCP. When needed, the TSC can send a Materiel Expediter Team to add face to face contact with the deploying commands. For non-deploying units, tasks performed by the Sustainment Brigade prior to deployment would normally be assumed by the supporting TSC, or may be transferred to the local IMA (Emerging Concept) 2. How is overall materiel management done within the UEx, up and down the Chain? The TSC is the materiel manager. Its automation systems are the primary tools for executing and tracking MM.  The Sus Bde's primary function is the immediate management of its stocks and distribution of material. Additionally it will support readiness tasks for aligned forces.   3. How do leaders have the visibility over MM to make priority and financial decisions? The UEx G4 while not designed to perform materiel management tasks, does have the staff and equipment to allow visibility of stocks in theater and in transit. This capability supports prioritization, planning and decision making processes within the UEx. Commanders must maintain a regular relationship with the TSC. STAMIS systems reports, NIPR, SIPR, and VTC should be daily forms of reach between the TSC and UEx & UEy Commanders to facilitate plans, policy and oversight requirement. It is essential that the TSCs convert to modular designs and fully assume the material management functions prior to deactivating any MMCs at both the Corps and Theater levels.
  • This is a sample of TDA Augmentation for 200 TMMC. The EDATE for this TDA is 20 OCT 2006. This TDA authorizes 200 personnel.

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  • 1. Materiel Management for the Modular Force in an Operational Theater U.S. Army Combined Arms Support Command Supporting a Campaign Quality Army with Joint and Expeditionary Log Capabilities
  • 2. Purpose
    • Inform the audience on the current CASCOM concept of materiel management in an operational theater
  • 3. Agenda
    • Concept Role Clarification
    • Current CASCOM Materiel Management Concepts
      • Materiel Management Definition
      • Materiel Management in a Theater of Operations
    • Work developed by Warrant Officer Panel
  • 4. Role Clarification Modular Force Concepts
    • CASCOM
    • Responsible for concept development to sustain a campaign quality Army
    • Assist the AFSC to transition into the ASC
    • ASC
    • Uses TRADOC standard TSC TOE structure as basis for building the ASC TDA.
    • Uses CASCOM concepts to derive initial design of ASC
  • 5. Materiel Management Definition
    • Materiel Management is the monitoring of on-hand stocks, ensuring quality control, cataloging, requirements determination, procurement, maintenance of stock, maintenance (including readiness, COSIS), disposal (retrograde), and distribution of materiel.
  • 6. Materiel Management Conversion Concept Modularity Today x ++ ++ XX X II CMMC COSCOM DMMC DISCOM FSB SC(T) ASC BSB II SUS BDE TMMC TSC Installation x IMA
  • 7. Distribution Management Center Commanders Confidence & Satisfaction Ultimate Measure of Performance SSA Inventory Mgmt, Stock Control, and Storage Distribution Movement Programs, Asset Management, Routing information, and Policy, Movement Control Distribution Materiel Management Asset Visibility, Materiel and Maintenance Management, and Policy Trans Movement, Cargo Handling, Documentation, Etc. Execution Synchronizes Distribution Functions Provides Situational Awareness to Decision Makers DMC
  • 8. Materiel Management Agencies and Functions ++ SC(T) X SUST BSB II SC(T), SPO, DMC Supply Branch Dist Integration Materiel Readiness SPO Corps/ Division +++ Army G4 MAIN Sustainment Ops G4 OCP Sustainment Ops
    • Staff oversight of providing oversight, plans and policy for all units and operations within assigned JOA
    • Monitors LCOP, Asset Visibility & ITV with BCS3, GCSS-A, TC-AIMS II
    • Determines / establishes logistics priorities within the JOA
    • Continuously linked with the SC(T) to prioritize Number Army requirements
    Managers
    • Regionally focused
    • Manages CL II, III(P), IV, VII, IX
    • Controls CTASC parameters
    • Coordinates w/ national providers for SARSS activities
    • Issues MROs to SUS BDEs
    • Assists BSBs in est. ASL stockage requirements
    • Conducts MRF management
    • Provides ORIL listing to SARSS-1 activities
    SC(E), SPO, DMC Supply Branch Dist Integration Materiel Readiness SC(E)
    • AO focused
    • Monitors, advises, and queries SARSS requisitions
    • Manages & synchronizes CL I, III(B), V in the AO
    • Assists in expediting critical CL IX
    • Identifies equipment required for calibration
    • Area Support Focused
    • Monitors, advises, and queries SARSS requisitions
    • Manages internal stocks (CSSBs)
    • Executes MROs from SC(T)
    • Manages ASP stocks
    SPO CSS Effects Branch Supply Branch Maintenance Branch
    • BCT focused
    • Manages ASL and CL V stocks to support BCT customers
    • IDs, tracks, and prepares for retrograde of ORIL
    • Conducts internal ASL Reviews w/SC(T) oversight
    • Maintains status of MWOs
    • Coordinates evac of materiel
    G4 Supply Section Maintenance Section 3 or 2 Star
    • Provides oversight, plans and policy for all units and operations within assigned AOR/JOA
    • Monitors the LCOP, Asset Visibility and In-Transit Visibility
    • Determines / establishes logistics priorities within the AOR/JOA
    • Conducts or has representation in applicable Joint Logistics Boards, Centers and Cells
    • Linked with the SC(T) or SC(D) and supporting sustainment brigade
    • Focused on internal stocks inside BCTs
    • Monitors & tracks readiness
    • Keeps records of MWOs
    • Can issue cross-leveling directives across BCTs
    Staff Oversight
  • 9. Materiel Management in a Theater Operation Theater Base Topo Sybil
    • SC(E)
    • AO focused
    • Monitors, advises, and queries SARSS requisitions
    • Manages & synchronizes CL I, III(B), V in the AO
    • Assists in expediting critical CL IX
    • Identifies equipment required for calibration
    • Enablers: CTASC “fly-away”, SAMS-2, SAAS-MMC, MTS, BSC3, (GCSS-A)
    • SC(T)
    • Regionally focused
    • Controls CTASC parameters
    • Coordinates w/ national providers for SARSS activities
    • Issues MROs to SUS BDEs
    • Assists BSBs in est. ASL stockage requirements
    • Conducts MRF management
    • Provides ORIL listing to SARSS-1 activities
    • Enablers: CTASC, SAAS-MMC, MTS, BCS-3, SAMS-2, PBUSE, (GCSS-A)
    • SUS BDE
    • Area Support Focused
    • Monitors, advises, and queries SARSS requisitions
    • Manages internal stocks (CSSBs)
    • Executes MROs from SC(T)
    • Manages ASP stocks
    • Enablers: CTASC “fly-away”, SAMS-2, SAAS-MMC/DAO, MTS, BSC3, PBUSE, (GCSS-A)
    • Corps or Division G4
    • Provides oversight, plans and policy for all units and operations within assigned AOR/JOA
    • Monitors the LCOP, Asset Visibility and In-Transit Visibility
    • Determines / establishes logistics priorities within the AOR/JOA
    • Conducts or has representation in applicable Joint Logistics Boards, Centers and Cells
    • Linked with the SC(T) and supporting sustainment brigade
    • Focused on internal stocks inside BCTs
    • Monitors & tracks readiness
    • Keeps records of MWOs
    • Can issue cross-leveling directives across BCTs
    • Enablers: BCS3, SAMS-2, TC-AIMS II, (GCSS-A)
    • CSSB & BSB SPO
    • BCT focused
    • Manages ASL and CL V stocks to support BCT customers
    • IDs, tracks, and prepares for retrograde of ORIL
    • Conducts internal ASL Reviews w/ SC(T) oversight
    • Maintains status of MWOs
    • Coordinates evac of materiel
    • Enablers: SAMS-2, SARSS-1, SAAS-DAO & ATHP, CTASC “fly-away”, PBUSE, (GCSS-A)
    • FSC
    • No materiel management
    • Conducts physical distribution IAW MAN BN priorities
    • Passes requisitions to BSB
    • Enablers: ULLS-G, SAMS-1/SAMS-E, PBUSE
    2 SUS CSSB FSC BSB CSSB SUS SC(T) SC(E) 1
  • 10. Sustainment CMD-Theater G3 Distribution Management for the Theater Supply Branch Mat Read Branch Munitions Branch Mobility Branch Log Auto Branch CMO DIV Materiel Exp Team (x4) DMC HQ Distribution Integration HNS CMO ARSOF Spt Cell Class VIII Supply TBD G3 Rear Opns (Terrain Mgmt) CBRNE Ops/Tng Log Plans SPO HQ Plans Branch Future Ops Br DMC HQ AFSB Staff Where Distribution Management Occurs
    • DMC Functions:
    • Develops the distribution plan.
    • Ensures effective CSS management, including FHP and Class VIII.
    • Maximizes Readiness through effective use of Maintenance resources.
    • Manages all facets of Transportation, including the effective use of air, land, and sea transportation assets
    • Executes theater management of Class I, II,III(B), III(P), IV, VI, VII, water, and field service operations
    • Performs as the expediter and problem solver on all issues involving the commodities it manages.
    • Pass requirements to the appropriate national inventory control point
    • Coordinates Army maintenance functions and Class IX for the theater
    • Coordinates/assists in regeneration and reconstitution operations
    • Coordinates the development of maintenance policy and programs
    • Conducts ongoing analysis of maintenance capabilities and requirements, and makes appropriate recommendations to the Cdr.
    • Maintains stock control visibility on all Class V supplies in theater
    • Recommends controlled supply rates for different combat situations to UEy G3.
    • Provides guidance, plans and policies and staff supervision for transportation operations.
    • Functions as the executive agent for movement control.
    • Manages all facets of transportation information related to planning, operations, coordination, and evaluation of all methods of transportation, movement control, and logistical support.
    • Establishes CSS automation policy and provides guidance for all subordinate unit CSSAMOs in the Sustainment CMD-Theater
    • Provides technical/functional services common to all elements of the Sustainment CMD-Theater and its customers to establish and maintain automation connectivity, data transmission accuracy, and software management
    • Develops plans, policies, programs, and procedures involving HNS.
    • Coordinates delivery of HN supplies and services.
    • Maintains status of HNS assets available for external support reqmts.
    • Principal staff section for all matters concerning the civilian impact on military operations and the political, economic, and social effects of military operations on civilian personnel.
    • Plans, coordinates, and supervises civil-military operations to support Sustainment CMD-Theater mission objectives.
    • Supervised directly by the Sustainment CMD-Theater DMC/Sustainment CMD-Expeditionary Distribution Operations Division to expedite “high priority” stocks through the logistics pipeline.
  • 11. Warrant Officer Panel Analysis
  • 12. Facts
    • Germany study used as required man hour standard for purpose of performing this analysis (based on 54 supported SSAs)
    • Analysis focuses on SC(T)/SC(E)/Sustainment Bde
    • Soldier workday is 10 hours amounting to 70 hour week
    • SSAs and associated transactional volume will vary from SC(T) to SC(T); day to day
    • SARSS related materiel management functions consolidated under 17 categories
  • 13. Assumptions
    • Assigned soldiers will be 100% available
    • Number of supported SSAs will drive volume
    • Volume will drive man hour requirements
    • Augmentation will occur past base numbers
  • 14. Variables
    • Transactional volume
    • Workload allocation between SC(T) and SC(E)
    • Soldier availability
  • 15. Step 1: Identify Materiel Management functions under AOE and identify associated man hours required to perform functions
  • 16. Step 2: Assign each function to logical level within modular design and allocate man hours
  • 17. Step 3: Isolate 920B/92A within SC(T)/SC(E)/Sust Bde to determine available man hours
  • 18. Step 4: Further distinguish between 920B/92A that would be expected to perform SARSS MM functions and those assigned to sections with varying missions
  • 19. Step 4 (cont.): Non Dedicated hours
  • 20. Step 5: Rollup total to identify delta 65 man hours short for SC(T)
  • 21. Step 6: Analyze non-dedicated personnel in order to identify bill payer and rebalance SC(T)
  • 22. Warrant Officer Panel Analysis (Work in Progress)
    • Above is DRAFT PREDECISIONAL
    • There is a shortfall in military materiel managers in the SC(T)’s DMC
    • CASCOM is still continuing to develop COAs to mitigate the shortfalls
  • 23.
    • Posted the Modular Force Logistics Concept (MFLC) on the web for TRADOC review and comments
      • MG Stevenson chartered us to develop MM for modular force (TOE)
      • Concept addresses SC(T) materiel management not Installation Materiel Management
    • A panel of warrant officers continuing its analysis of materiel management functions and workload.
    CASCOM Actions
  • 24. Materiel Management for the Modular Force Supporting a Campaign Quality Army with Joint and Expeditionary Log Capabilities
  • 25. Materiel Management Support
    • Concerns………
    • Authorized personnel may not be adequate to accomplish mission
    • Distribution of workload amongst TSCs
    • Ability to perform material management functions from remote locations (Specifically from a central TSC)
    • Conversion and deployment timelines require a bridging strategy
  • 26. 197 392 New Doctrine: “Limited MM below the TSC” FROM TO Current CONUS MTOE Authorizations New MTOE Authorizations CONUS based only **The 2 CONUS DCP’s are assigned to the 1 st TSC Materiel Management Support Concerns
      • Authorized materiel management personnel may not be enough……
    CASCOM Working 24 12 2 1 CSSB (12) 36 0 1 0 BSB (36) 100 10 10 1 SUS BDE (X10) 169 16 15 EM Total 28 4 2 WO Total TOTALS 8 2 ** DCP (2) 6 9 1 1 TSC ) (active) (Reserve) EM W/O 92A Item Managers authorized 124 24 16 3 DISCOM (8) 222 22 111 11 CMMC (2) 346 46 Totals EM Total WO Total EM W/O 92A Item Managers authorized
  • 27. Materiel Management Support Concerns 36 90 40 44 208 Distribution of workload among TSCs……
  • 28. Materiel Management Support Concerns
    • Materiel Management from a remote location……
      • How do we?
        • Monitor credits
        • Impose managerial parameters
        • Assure timely and accurate processing of managerial actions
    • Unit inactivation / activation dates not synchronized with deployments…….
      • Must address:
        • Stay behind unit support
        • Bridging Strategy
  • 29. Installation Materiel Management Capabilities
    • Installation contains Sust Bde and aligned customer units
    • Sust Bde provides MM support to assigned units (e.g.: DIV)
    • IMA conducts MM/CSSAMO for assigned and reimbursable customers
    • IMA manages Installation Deployment Support Operations
    • IMA manages RC Mob/De-mob Operations on the Installation
    • IMA provides input to Installation Materiel Readiness Reviews
    • Sust Bde has deployed leaving residual customer units
    • IMA conducts MM/CSSAMO for assigned/reimbursable customers
    • IMA manages Installation Deployment Support Operations
    • IMA manages RC Mob/De-mob Operations on the Installation
    • IMA conducts Installation Materiel Readiness Reviews
    • Option 1: Transfer orphan units MM/CSSAMO mission to other Sust Bde
    • Option 2: Transfer orphan units MM/CSSAMO mission to IMA (reimbursable)
    • Option 3: Contract orphan units MM/CSSAMO mission with Army oversight
    • Installation does not contain Sust Bde ( Ft Knox, Ft Sill, Ft Lee, etc)
    • Assign/Resource MM and CSSAMO support to IMA for all units
    • IMA manages Installation Deployment Support Operations for all units
    • IMA manages RC Mob/De-mob Operations on the Installation for all units
    • IMA conducts Installation Materiel Readiness Reviews for all units
    SUST X SUST X IMA IMA IMA
  • 30. Conversion/Deployment Timelines
    • Bridging Initiatives
        • III Corps
          • Establishing a Logistics Readiness Center
        • XVIII Corps
          • Contracting with the DOL
        • I Corps
          • Contracting
    • Refining
    • the concept
    • Resourcing
  • 31. Materiel Management Support Recommendation
    • Assist CASCOM in developing an end-to-end solution that defines:
      • Materiel management missions, roles, and functions
      • Force structure gap analysis
      • Reporting requirements
    • Develop and program for an installation support package
    • Develop and fund a Bridging Strategy to support deployment and conversion timelines
  • 32. Back-up
  • 33. Source: JP 4-09 and FM 100-10-1 Distribution Management: the process of planning and synchronizing the time definite delivery of materiel, equipment, units, personnel, and services to and within the Area of Operation (AO). Distribution Management Center: responsible for managing theater distribution by balancing the existing capabilities of distribution infrastructure with the current and projected operational requirements. Distribution Management Definitions
  • 34. DCP What is Different…What is Changing Army Corps Div Bde XXXX XXX XX X UEy/Army UEx/Div BCT X 82 X 21 X 5 X 4 X 5 X 18 X 77 TSC COSCOM DISCOM CSG/ASG FSB XXX XX X II TSC SUS X 104 X 35 X 5 X 4 X 5 X 46 X 77 OPERATIONS LOGISTICS BSB X 11 Collapsing of COSCOMs and DISCOMs have eliminated CMMCs and DMMC
  • 35. Modular Building Blocks Distribution Operations = Distribution Management + Command and Control + Physical Distribution Distribution Management = Distribution Tasks + Material Management Tasks
  • 36. Commanders Confidence & Satisfaction Ultimate Measure of Performance SSA Inventory Mgmt, Stock Control, and Storage Distribution Movement Programs, Asset Management, Routing information, and Policy, Movement Control Distribution Materiel Management Asset Visibility, Materiel and Maintenance Management, and Policy DMC Distribution Management Center Trans Movement, Cargo Handling, Documentation, Etc. Execution DO = DM + C2 + PD DM = DM + MM Synchronizes Distribution Functions Provides Situational Awareness to Decision Makers
  • 37. Materiel Management Conversion Concept Modularity Today x ++ ++ XX X II CMMC COSCOM DMMC DISCOM FSB TSC ASC BSB II SUS BDE TMMC TSC Installation x IMA
  • 38. Materiel Management Agencies and Functions ++ TSC X SUST BSB II TSC, SPO, DMC Supply Branch DMC Integration Materiel Readiness SPO Corps/ Division +++ Army UEy G4 MAIN Sustainment Ops UEy G4 OCP Sustainment Ops
    • Staff oversight of providing oversight, plans and policy for all units and operations within assigned JOA
    • Monitors LCOP, Asset Visibility & ITV with BCS3, GCSS-A, TC-AIMS II
    • Determines / establishes logistics priorities within the JOA
    • Continuously linked with the TSC to prioritize UEy requirements
    Managers
    • Possess CTASC
    • Regionally focused (JOA)
    • Materiel Manager for regionally assigned forces
    • Focused on the industrial base and distribution system
    • DMC provides Materiel Mgmt for 2 / 3 Star UEx and UEy
    DCP, TSC, SPO, DMC Supply Branch DMC Integration Materiel Readiness DCP
    • Possess CTASC fly-away
    • Log C2 for expeditionary opns for UEy, JFC, or RCC
    • AOR (Operation) focused
    • Materiel manager for units deployed to its assigned AOR
    • Focused on the distribution system and AOR materiel requirements
    • Possess SARSS-1 (SSA) and CTASC fly-away
    • Manages multifunctional and functional logistics execution
    • Interfaces with TSC/DCP material managers for asset management, visibility and distribution.
    • Executes materiel mgmt / distribution guidance from the TSC
    • Focused on internal stocks and the current fight requirements
    • DMC provides Materiel Mgmt for 2 Star UEx
    SPO CSS Effects Branch Supply Branch Maintenance Branch
    • Possess SARSS-1 box
    • Focused on internal stocks
    UEx G4 Supply Section Maintenance Section 3 or 2 Star
    • Provides oversight, plans and policy for all units and operations within assigned AOR/JOA
    • Monitors the LCOP, Asset Visibility and In-Transit Visibility with BCS3, GCSS-A, SAMS-2, TC-AIMS II
    • Determines / establishes logistics priorities within the AOR/JOA
    • 3 Star Only: conducts or has representation in applicable Joint Logistics Boards, Centers and Cells
    • Linked with the TSC and supporting sustainment brigade
    • Focused on internal stocks inside BCTs
    Staff Oversight
  • 39. Logistics Headquarters Roles (Materiel Management Focus) Sust Bde TSC
    • Single Army Log HQs for UEy, JFC, or RCC
    • Regionally focused (JOA); globally employable
    • End to end distribution (2 way)
    • Materiel Manager for regionally assigned forces
    • Focused on the industrial base and distribution system
    • DMC provides Materiel Mgmt for Div and Corps
    • Log C2 for expeditionary opns for UEy, JFC, or RCC
    • AOR (Operation) focused; globally employable
    • Materiel manager for units deployed to its assigned AOR; May receive TSC MMT to assist deploying commands with materiel management tasks and distribution oversight
    • Focused on the distribution system and AOR materiel requirements
    • DMC provides Materiel Mgmt for Div and Corps
    DCP
    • Manages multifunctional and functional logistics execution
    • Assigned to a TSC; may be OPCON to a UEx
    • Interfaces with TSC/DCP material managers for asset management, visibility and distribution.
    • Executes materiel mgmt / distribution guidance from the TSC
    • Focused on internal stocks and the current fight requirements
    • DMC provides Materiel Mgmt for Div
  • 40. UEy G4
    • The principal logistics advisor to the UEy Cdr providing oversight, plans and policy for all units and operations within assigned JOA
    • Monitors LCOP, Asset Visibility & ITV with BCS3, GCSS-A, TC-AIMS II
    • Determines / establishes logistics priorities within the JOA
    • Continuously linked with the TSC to prioritize UEy requirements
    UEx G4 3 Star UEx G4 2 Star
    • The principal logistics advisor to the UEx Cdr providing oversight, plans and policy for all units and operations within assigned AOR
    • Monitors the LCOP, maintaining Asset Visibility and In-Transit Visibility with BCS3, CTASC fly-a-way, GCSS-A, SAMS-2, TC-AIMS II
    • Determines / establishes logistics priorities within the AOR
    • Principal logistics advisor to the UEx Cdr providing oversight, plans and policy for all units and operations within assigned AOR/JOA
    • Monitors the LCOP, Asset Visibility and In-Transit Visibility with BCS3, GCSS-A, SAMS-2, TC-AIMS II
    • Determines / establishes logistics priorities within the AOR/JOA
    • Conducts or has representation in applicable Joint Logistics Boards, Centers and Cells
    Logistics Staff Roles (Materiel Management Focus)
  • 41. AFSB Staff CMO Plans Branch Future Ops Br Log Plans Supply Branch Mat Read Branch Munitions Branch Mobility Branch Log Auto Branch ARSOF Spt Cell Material Exp Team (X2) DMC HQ HQ Class VIII Supply Distribution Integration SPO HQ
    • DMC Functions:
    • Ensures effective CSS management.
    • Maximizes Strategic, Operational, and Tactical Reach
    • Maximizes Readiness through effective use of Maintenance resources.
    • Leverages the Equipment Modernization Plan to maximize Readiness.
    • Runs Distribution Management Boards
    • Ensures Distribution Management Processes are linked with the Theater-Level Processes/Boards
    • Examines Current CSS Operations 24, 48 and 72 hours out to ensure Logistics contributes to the effects the commander desires on the battlefield.
    • Synchronizes materiel and movement management operations
    • Monitors the theater management of supplies, water, and field service operations for its forward deployed AOR within the Sustainment CMD-Theater AO footprint
    • Passes requirements to the Sustainment CMD-Theater Main or the appropriate national inventory control point (NICP)
    • Coordinates/assists in regeneration and reconstitution/MSO operations
    • Conducts ongoing analysis of maintenance capabilities and requirements, and makes appropriate recommendations to the Sustainment CMD-Theater main with respect to maintenance related activities
    • Recommends maintenance priorities, monitors theater maintenance operations, and provides maintenance management data and reports
    • Maintains stock control visibility on all Class V supplies in theater for its
    • Recommends controlled supply rates for different combat situations
    • Implements CSS automation policy within responsible AO
    • Provides guidance, plans and policies and staff supervision for transportation operations.
    • Functions as the executive agent for movement control.
    • Manages all facets of transportation information related to planning, operations, coordination, and evaluation of all methods of transportation, movement control, and logistical support.
    • Develops plans, policies, programs, and procedures involving CMO and HNS.
    Sustainment CMD-Expeditionary SPO Distribution Management for the Theater, Corps, Division Where Distribution Management Occurs
  • 42. Aggregate Comparison
    • DMC Functions:
    • Executes Sustainment CMD-Theater’s Distribution Plan effective CSS management.
    • Maximizes Strategic, Operational, and Tactical Reach
    • Maximizes Readiness through effective use of Maintenance resources.
    • Leverages the Equipment Modernization Plan to maximize Readiness.
    • Runs Distribution Management Boards
    • Ensures Distribution Management Processes are linked with the Theater-Level Processes/Boards
    • Examines Current CSS Operations 24, 48 and 72 hours out to ensure Logistics contributes to the effects the commander desires on the battlefield.
    • Synchronizes materiel and movement management operations
    • Monitors the theater management of supplies, water, and field service operations for its forward deployed AOR within the Sustainment CMD-Theater AO footprint
    • Passes requirements to the Sustainment CMD-Theater Main or the appropriate national inventory control point (NICP)
    • Coordinates/assists in regeneration and reconstitution/MSO operations
    • Conducts ongoing analysis of maintenance capabilities and requirements, and makes appropriate recommendations to the Sustainment CMD-Theater main with respect to maintenance related activities
    • Recommends maintenance priorities, monitors theater maintenance operations, and provides maintenance management data and reports
    • Maintains stock control visibility on all Class V supplies in its AOR
    • Recommends controlled supply rates for different combat situations
    • Implements CSS automation policy within responsible AO
    • Provides guidance, plans and policies and staff supervision for transportation operations.
    • Functions as the executive agent for movement control.
    • Manages all facets of transportation information related to planning, operations, coordination, and evaluation of all methods of transportation, movement control, and logistical support.
    • Develops plans, policies, programs, and procedures involving CMO and HNS.
    • Develops the distribution plan.
    • Ensures effective CSS management, including FHP and Class VIII.
    • Maximizes Readiness through effective use of Maintenance resources.
    • Manages all facets of Transportation, including the effective use of air, land, and sea transportation assets
    • Executes theater management of Class I, II,III(B), III(P), IV, VI, VII, water, and field service operations
    • Performs as the expediter and problem solver on all issues involving the commodities it manages.
    • Pass requirements to the appropriate national inventory control point
    • Coordinates Army maintenance functions and Class IX for the theater
    • Coordinates/assists in regeneration and reconstitution operations
    • Coordinates the development of maintenance policy and programs
    • Conducts ongoing analysis of maintenance capabilities and requirements, and makes appropriate recommendations to the Cdr.
    • Maintains stock control visibility on all Class V supplies in theater
    • Recommends controlled supply rates for different combat situations to UEy G3.
    • Provides guidance, plans and policies and staff supervision for transportation operations.
    • Functions as the executive agent for movement control.
    • Manages all facets of transportation information related to planning, operations, coordination, and evaluation of all methods of transportation, movement control, and logistical support.
    • Establishes CSS automation policy and provides guidance for all subordinate unit CSSAMOs in the Sustainment CMD-Theater
    • Provides technical/functional services common to all elements of the Sustainment CMD-Theater and its customers to establish and maintain automation connectivity, data transmission accuracy, and software management
    • Develops plans, policies, programs, and procedures involving HNS.
    • Coordinates delivery of HN supplies and services.
    • Maintains status of HNS assets available for external support reqmts.
    • Principal staff section for all matters concerning the civilian impact on military operations and the political, economic, and social effects of military operations on civilian personnel.
    • Plans, coordinates, and supervises civil-military operations to support Sustainment CMD-Theater mission objectives.
    • Supervised directly by the Sustainment CMD-Theater DMC/Sustainment CMD-Expeditionary Distribution Operations Division to expedite “high priority” stocks through the logistics pipeline.
    Sustainment CMD-Theater
  • 43. Distribution Management Center HQ Sustainment CMD-Theater, SUPPORT OPERATIONS, DISTRIBUTION MANAGEMENT CENTER HQ OFF WO EN TOTAL 2 0 1 3 DIVISION CHIEF O6 90A00 1 SUPPLY MGMT O4 92A00 1 SR LOG OPNS NCO E8 88Z50 1 MAJOR EQUIPMENT: D60801 DNVT TA-1042A/U R68044 RADIO SET AN/VRC-90F T92446 TRK UTIL, EXPANDED CAPACITY UP ARMORED, 4X4 M1114 Z00373 BCS3 Z59863 NAVIGATION SET: GPS RECEIVER (DAGR)
    • Functions:
    • Develops the distribution plan
    • Ensures effective CSS management, including FHP and Class VIII.
    • Maximizes Strategic, Operational, and Tactical Reach
    • Maximizes Readiness through effective use of Maintenance resources.
    • Leverages the Equipment Modernization Plan to maximize Readiness.
    • Manages Class V-related items, including equipment used to handle Class V items.
    • Maintains Liaison with higher, lower, joint and coalition HQ’s.
    • Utilizes all possible means to establish and maintain LCOP throughout the Division.
    • Manages all facets of Transportation, including the effective use of air, land, and sea transportation assets.
    • Effectively employs contracting to extend reach.
    • Coordinates with Civil-military authorities to maximize in-country acquisition of CSS resources.
    • Maximizes effective use of all CSS-related automation, both hardware and software, within the Command.
    Sustainment CMD-Expeditionary SUPPORT OPERATIONS DISTRIBUTION MANAGEMENT CENTER HEADQUARTERS OFF WO EN TOTAL 1 0 1 2 DIVISION CHIEF * O5 90A00 1 SR LOG OPNS NCO E8 92Z50 1 * EECP MEMBER MAJOR EQUIPMENT: D60801 DNVT TA-1042A/U R68044 RADIO SET AN/VRC-90F T92446 TRK UTIL, EXPANDED CAPACITY UP ARMORED, 4X4 M1114 Z00373 BCS3 Z59863 NAV SET: GPS RECEIVER (DAGR) Z00560 VSAT Z00057 CAISI SSIR KIT
    • Functions:
    • Proides oversight of the Sustainment CMD-Theater’s distribution plan.
    • Maximizes Strategic, Operational, and Tactical Reach
    • Maximizes Readiness through effective use of Maintenance resources.
    • Leverages the Equipment Modernization Plan to maximize Readiness.
    • Manages Class V-related items, including equipment used to handle Class V items.
    • Maintains Liaison with higher, lower, joint and coalition HQ’s.
    • Utilizes all possible means to establish and maintain LCOP throughout the Division.
    • Manages all facets of Transportation, including the effective use of air, land, and sea transportation assets.
    • Effectively employs contracting to extend Reach.
    • Coordinates with Civil-military authorities to maximize in-country acquisition of CSS resources.
    • Maximizes effective use of all CSS-related automation, both hardware and software, within the Command.
  • 44. Supply Branch Sustainment CMD-Theater OFF WO ENL TOTAL 5 4 22 31   CL I SECTION SUBSISTENCE OFFICER 03 92A00 1 FOOD SVC TECH W3 922A0 1 SUBSISTENCE NCO E6 92A30 1 RATION DIST SGT E5 92A20 1 RATION DIST SGT E3 92A20 1 CL II, IIIP, IV and VII SECTION SUPPLY MGMNT OFFICER * 04 90A00 1 SUPPLY SYS TECH W3 920B0 1 SUPPLY TECH W4 920A0 1 SENIOR SUP NCO E8 92Y50 1 MAT MGMNT NCO E7 92A40 1 MAT MGMNT NCO E6 92A30 2 MAT CON/ACCTG NCO E5 92A20 1 MAT MGMT NCO E5 92A20 1 MAT CON/ACCTG SP E4 92A10 1 CL III/WTR SECTION PETRL OFFICER 04 92F00 1 SUPPLY OPS E8 92F50 1 WATER TRMT NCO E7 92W40 1 PETRL LAB SUPV E7 92L30 1 CLASS IX/AUTOMATION SECTION SUPPLY SYS TECH W4 920B0 1 MAT MANAGEMENT NCO E8 92A40 1 MAINT MGT NCO E7 63X40 1 MAT CON/ACCTG NCO E5 92A20 1 MAT CON/ACCTG SP E4 92A10 2 MAT CON/ACCTG SP E3 92A10 1 MAT CON/ACCTG SP E3 92A10 1 FIELD SERVICES SECTION MORTRY AFFRS OFF 04 92A00 1 SUP and SERVICES OFF 03 92A00 1 SR LAUND/TEXT NCO E7 92S40 1 SR MORTRY STF NCO E6 92M30 1 MORTUARY AFFAIRS SP E4 92M10 1 * BRANCH CHIEF
    • Functions:
    • Manages and procures SARSS managed supplies (Class II, III(P), IV, VI, VII, IX)
    • Manages and procures commodites (Class I, water, III(B), and V)
    • Performs as the expediter and problem solver on all issues involving the commodities it manages .
    • Coordinates with the Transportation Integration Branch for status on the distribution of commodities it manages.
    • Provides direction for receiving, storing and issuing theater stocks In accordance with the Combatant Commander’s support priorities
    • Passes requirements to National Providers
    • Validates the requirements being considered for local procurement prior to forwarding to the contracting directorate.
    • Provides theater on-hand visibility for major end items
    • Recommends priority of issue for major end items.
    • Tracks and assists in the retrograde of materiel
    • Recommends cross-leveling priorities of major end items within the theater
    MAJOR EQUIPMENT: C78554 CTASC WS/FLYAWAY (X4) D60801 DNVT TA-1042A/U C56827 CBT SV AN/TAYK-22A(v)2, C78851 COMP SY AN/UQ-90(v)(X2) T92446 TRK UTIL, EXPANDED CAPACITY UP ARMORED, 4X4 M1114 (X4) Z26923 FAX SET: AN/UXC-10 Z59863 NAVIGATION SET: GPS RECEIVER (DAGR) (X2)
    • Functions:
    • Monitors the theater management of Class I, II,III(B), III(P), IV, VI, VII, water, and field service operations for its forward deployed AOR within the Sustainment CMD-Theater AO footprint
    • Provides direction for receiving, storing and issuing theater stocks in its AOR
    • Passes requirements to the Sustainment CMD-Theater
    • For requirements being considered for local procurement, validates the requirement prior to forwarding to the contracting team.
    • Provides theater on-hand visibility for major end items.
    • Recommends priority of issue for major end items.
    • Monitor and assists in the retrograde of materiel
    • Recommends cross-leveling priorities of major end items within its AOR
    MAJOR EQUIPMENT: Z00373 BCS3 (x2) C78554 CTASC FlyAway (x2) Z39509 GCSS-A V1 (X2) (for asset viz of PB Items) Z53098 CAISI Bridge Module C78851 COMP SY AN/UYQ-90(V)-3 R68044 RADIO SET AN/VRC-90F T92446 TRK UTIL, EXPANDED CAPACITY UP ARMORED, 4X4 M1114 Z26923 FAX SET: AN/UXC-10 Z59863 NAV SET: GPS RECEIVER (DAGR) OFF WO ENL TOTAL 3 2 10 15 SUPPLY MGT OFF ** 04 92A00 1 SUBSISTENCE OFFICER 03 92A00 1 POL OFFICER 03 92F00 1 SR SUPPLY SYS TECH * W4 920B0 1  CLASS VII OFF W3 920A0 1 SR SUPPLY NCO E8 92Y50 1 SR MORTUARY STF NCO E7 92M40 1  PETRL SUPPLY NCO * E7 92F40 1 MAT MANAGEMENT NCO E7 92A40 1 SUBSISTENCE NCO E7 92A40 1 MAT MGT SUPV E6 92A30 1  SR LAUNDRY/TEX NCO E6 92S30 1 MAT SUPP NCO E6 92A30 2 WATER TRMT SP E6 92W30 1  MAT CON/ACCTG SP E5 92A20 1  * EECP MEMBER ** EECP MEMBER AND BRANCH CHIEF 17ea. 920B/ 92As 7ea. 920B/ 92As
  • 45. Distribution Integration Branch OFF WO ENL TOTAL 13 5 13 31 DIV CHIEF 05 90A00 1 ENGINEER PLANS OFF 04 21A00 1 SUPPLY MGT OFF 04 92A00 1 PETRL SUPPLY OFF 04 92F00 1 AIR MOVEMENTS OFF 04 88A00 1 MOBILITY OFFICER 04 88B00 1 TRANSPORTATION OFF 03 88B00 1 WATER MOVE OFF 03 88C00 1 TRANSPORTATION OFF 03 88D00 1 PERS SERVICES OFF 03 42B00 1 HLTH SVC MAT OFF 03 70K67 1 AMMUNITION SUP OFF 03 91D00 1 AERIAL DELIVERY TECH W3 921A0 1 AMMUNITION WO W3 890A0 1 SUPPLY SYSTEMS TECH W3 920B0 1 MARINE DECK OFFICER W2 880A0 1 TRANSPORTATION SUPV E8 88Z5O 1 ENGINEER OPS SGT E8 21X50 1 SR PERSONNEL SVC SGT E7 42A4O 1 CHIEF MVTS SUPV E7 88N4O 1 SR MOVEMENTS NCO E7 88N4O 1 MEDICAL LOG SGT E7 68J4O 1 PETRL DIST SUPV E7 92F4O 1 SUPPLY SGT E7 92Y4O 1 MOVEMENTS SUPVR E6 88N3O 1 AMMO SUPPLY SGT E6 89B3O 1 AVN CELL OFF WO ENL TOTAL 1 1 3 5 AVN OFF 04 15B00 1 AVN TACOPS W3 153A0 1 FLT OPS E7 15P40 1 FLT OPS E6 15P30 1 FLT OPS E4 15P10 1 MAJOR EQUIPMENT: C18278 COMP SY AN/UYQ-90(V) (X2) C78851 COMP SY AN/UYQ-90(V) (X3) D60801 DIG NS TRM TA-1042A/,U Z40187 MC4, AN/TYQ-106 (X2) Z59863 NAV SET: GPS RECEIVER (DAGR) (X4) Z00373 BCS3 (x5) C27435 TC AIMS II WS(X5) C78554 CTASC Flyaway Z39781 AHRS
    • Functions:
    • Examines Current CSS Operations 24, 48 and 72 hours out to ensure Logistics contributes to the effects the commander desires on the battlefield.
    • Maintains CSS situational understanding through LCOP.
    • Maintains visibility of theater transportation assets
    • Enforces the theater CSS priorities established by the Numbered (Theater) Army
    • Maintains continuous liaison with internal and external agencies to ensure the uninterrupted flow of materiel, units, personnel, mail and other goods to support the combatant commander
    • Synchronizes support to retrograde operations with priority being return of ISO shipping containers, aerial delivery platforms, and flatracks to the distribution system.
    • Maintains close integration with Air Liaison Officer and FSO.
    • Provides advice and planning on the use of air movement, sustainment, and MEDEVAC air assets
    • Conducts battlespace (focus on Airspace) planning, coordination and deconfliction of Combined Arms and Joint Operations.
    OFF WO ENL TOTAL 9 3 9 21 CHIEF * 05 90A00 1 MOBILITY OFF * 04 88B00 1 TRANS OFF 04 88D00 1 SUPPLY MGT OFF 04 92A00 1 ENGINEER PLANS OFF 04 21A00 1 PERS SERVICES OFF 03 42B00 1 HLTH SVC MAT OFF * 03 70K67 1 AMMUNITION OFF 03 91A00 1 PETROL OPS TECH W3 923A0 1 AERIAL DEL TECH * W3 921A0 1 SUP SYSTEMS TECH * W3 920B0 1 TRANS SUPV * E8 88Z50 1 ENGINEER OPS SGT E8 21X50 1 PERSONNEL SGT E7 42A40 1 CHIEF MVTS SUPV E7 88N40 1 SR MOVEMENTS NCO E7 88N40 1 MEDICAL LOG SGT E7 68J40 1 SUPPLY SGT E7 92Y40 1 * DENOTES EECP MEMBER
    • AVN CELL
    • OFF WO ENL TOTAL
    • 0 2 3
    • AVN OFF 04 15B00 1
    • FLT OPS/A2C2 E7 15P30 1
    • FLT OPS E4 15P10 1
    • Functions:
    • Runs Distribution Management Boards; ensures Distribution Mgmt processes are linked with the Theater-Level Processes/Boards
    • Examines Current CSS Operations 24, 48 and 72 hours out to ensure Logistics contributes to the effects the commander reqmts.
    • Synchronizes materiel and movement management operations
    • Maintains CSS situational understanding through LCOP.
    • Ensures visibility of theater transportation assets, including ISO shipping container, aerial delivery platforms and palletized loading system (PLS) flat-racks.
    • Enforces the established theater priorities.
    • Maintains continuous liaison with internal and external agencies to ensure the uninterrupted flow of materiel, units, personnel, mail and other goods to support the combatant commander
    • Synchronizes support to retrograde operations with priority being return of ISO shipping containers, aerial delivery platforms, and flatracks to the distribution system
    • Coordinates directly with Aviation Brigades
    • Advises on the employment and use of UAVs, air movement sustainment and MEDEVAC assets.
    MAJOR EQUIPMENT: Z00373 BCS3(x4) C27435 TC AIMS WS (x3) C78554 CTASC Flyaway C18278 COMP SY AN/UYQ-90(V)-2, C78851 COMP SY AN/UYQ-90(V)-3, D60801 DNVT TA-1042A/U T92446 TRK UTIL, EXPANDED CAPACITY UP ARMORED, 4X4 Z26923 FAX SET: AN/UXC-10 Z40187 MC-4 AN/TYQ-106 V(1) Z59863 NAV SET: GPS RECEIVER (DAGR) (X2) Z39781 AHRS Sustainment CMD-Theater 1 ea. 92A 1 ea. 92A
  • 46. Materiel Readiness Branch OFF WO ENL TOTAL 2 4 13 19 MAINTENANCE MGT OFF ** 04 91A00 1 MAINTNEANCE MGT OFF 03 91A00 1 EL-MSL SYS MNT WO W4 948D0 1 MAINTENANCE WO W5 915E0 1 ARMAMENT REP TECH W4 913A0 1 SUPPLY SYS TECH * W3 920B0 1 MAINT MGT NCO* E8 94Z50 1 MAINT MGT NCO E7 63X40 1 ACFT MAINT SUPV E7 15R40 1 MAINT MGT NCO E7 63X40 1 ARMAMENT MAINT SUPV E7 45K40 1 SP PURP EQYIP MGT SGT E7 52X40 1 ENGR EQUIP MAINT NCO E6 62B40 1 MISSILE MNT MGMT SGT E6 35T30 1 MAT CON/ACCTG NCO E5 92A20 2 SR TRACKED MECH E5 63H30 1 RADAR QA/QC TI E5 35M20 1 MAT CON/ACCTG SP E4 92A10 1 * EECP MEMBER ** EECP MEMBER AND BRANCH CHIEF
    • Functions:
    • Coordinates Army maintenance functions for its AOR
    • Monitors the integrated material management for automotive equipment, tactical wheeled vehicles, general-purpose vehicles, construction equipment, and materiel handling equipment
    • Coordinates/assists in regeneration and reconstitution/MSO operations within its AOR
    • Conducts ongoing analysis of maintenance capabilities and requirements, and makes appropriate recommendations to the Sustainment CMD-Theater main with respect to maintenance related activities
    • Assists in determining appropriate positioning of maint assets to support customer units and provides technical data the Sustainment CMD-Theater
    • Recommends maintenance priorities, monitors theater maintenance operations, and provides maintenance management data and reports within its AOR
    • Supervises and monitors the equipment modernization plan IAW with policies established
    • Provides assistance on cross leveling of aviation equipment in the theater and recommends cross leveling of aviation repair parts
    MAJOR EQUIPMENT: C18718 SAMS-2 Z00373 BCS3 (x2) C78554 CTASC FLYAWAY(x2) Z53098 CAISI Bridge T92446 TRK UTIL, EXPANDED CAPACITY UP ARMORED, 4X4 M1114 D60801 DNVT TA-1042A/U Z59863 NAV SET: GPS RECEIVER (DAGR) OFF WO ENL TOTAL 3 4 16 23 GROUND MAINTENANCE SECTION MNT MGMT OFF * 04 91A00 1 SR ORD LOG OFFICER W5 915E0 1 ARMAMENT REP TECH W4 913A0 1 MECH MAINT OPS NCO E7 63Z40 1 ARMAMENT MAINT SUPV E7 45K40 1 SP PURP EQUIP MGT SGT E7 52X40 1 MHE MAINT NCO/TRK VEH E6 63H30 1 CONST EQUIP MAINT SGT E5 62B30 1   ELECTRONIC MAINTENANCE SECTION MAINTENANCE MGMT OFF 03 91A00 1 SR SUPPLY SYS TECH W4 918E0 1 OPERATIONS SERGEANT E8 94Z50 1 LC ELECT MSL SYS NCO E7 94V30 1 COMSEC/RADIO SUPV E7 94W30 1 MLRS QA/QC TI E6 94P30 1 PATRIOT SYSTEM REP E6 94S30 1   AVIATION SECTION AIRCRAFT MAINT OFF O4 15D00 1 AVN LOGISTICS TECH W5 151A0 1 SR ACFT MAINT MGR E9 15Z50 1 ACFT MAINT SUPV E6 15R30 1 ACFT MAINT SUPV E7 15T40 1 MAT CONTROL SUPV E6 92A30 1 MAT CON/ACCTG SP E4 92A10 1 MAT CON/ACCTG SP E3 92A10 1 *BRANCH CHIEF MAJOR EQUIPMENT: T92446 TRK UTIL, EXPANDED CAPACITY UP ARMORED, 4X4 (X7) D60801 DIG NS TRM TA-1042A/U C18718 SAMS-2 Z40187 MC-4 AN/TYQ-106 V(1) Z00373 BCS3(x4) Z53098 CAISI Bridge Module Z59863 NAVIGATION SET: GPS RECEIVER (DAGR)
    • Functions:
    • Coordinates Army maintenance functions for the theater
    • Performs integrated material management for automotive equipment, tactical wheeled vehicles, general-purpose vehicles, construction equipment, and materiel handling equipment
    • Coordinates/assists in regeneration and reconstitution operations
    • Exercises staff supervision over maintenance operations and priorities IAW the combatant commander requirements
    • Coordinates the development of maintenance policy and programs
    • Conducts ongoing analysis of maintenance capabilities and requirements, and makes appropriate recommendations to the Cdr.
    • Assists in determining appropriate positioning of maintenance assets to support customer units and provides technical data the TSC
    • Recommends maintenance priorities, monitors theater maintenance operations, and provides maintenance management data and reports
    • Supervises the equipment modernization plan IAW with policies
    • Exercises staff supervision over aviation maintenance activities.
    • Provides assistance on cross leveling of aviation equipment in the theater and recommends cross leveling of aviation repair parts
    • ICW AMC, fleet manager for forces (equipment) assigned within its AOR (JOA).
    Sustainment CMD-Theater 3 ea. 92As 3 ea. 92As
  • 47. Materiel Expeditor Team Sustainment CMD-Theater, SUPPORT OPERATIONS, DISTRIBUTION MANAGEMENT CENTER MATERIEL EXPEDITER TEAM OFF WO ENL TOTAL 1 0 1 2 x4 Teams= 8 LOG OPS OFFICER 04 90A00 1 MAT MGT NCO E8 92A50 1 MAJOR EQUIP: D60801 DIG NS TRM TA-1042A/U T92446 TRK UTIL, EXPANDED CAPACITY UP ARMORED, 4X4 Z00373 BCS3
    • Functions:
    • Deploys, on-order, with and serves as the Sustainment Brigade’s Sustainment CMD-Theater POC for Replenishment/Sustainment activities.
    • Operates from major SPODs and APODs in the Sustainment CMD-Theater AO.
    • Conducts liaison with supported units and supporting activities to ensure timely supply and maintenance support.
    • Provides technical knowledge and capability to provide status, assist in follow-up actions, and expedite requisitions to the supported Sustainment Brigade .
    • Provides a mechanism to ensure theater material management policies and priorities are continuously communicated to the Sustainment Brigade.
    • Supervised directly by the Sustainment CMD-Theater DMC Distribution Integration Branch to expedite “high priority” stocks through the logistics pipeline.
    • Interfaces with Movement Control Teams to ensure the priority of transportation for sustainment material flowing through the PODs.
    Sustainment CMD-Expeditionary SUPPORT OPERATIONS DISTRIBUTION MANAGEMENT CENTER MATERIEL EXPEDITER TEAM OFF WO ENL TOTAL 1 0 1 2 x 2 Teams=4 LOG OPNS OFFICER 04 90A00 1 MAT MANAGEMENT NCO E8 92A50 1 MAJOR EQUIPMENT: D60801 DNVT TA-1042A/U R68044 RADIO SET AN/VRC-90 T92446 TRK UTIL, EXPANDED CAPACITY UP ARMORED, 4X4 M1114 Z59863 NAV SET: GPS RECEIVER (DAGR) Z00373 BCS3
    • Functions:
    • Deploys, on-order, with and serves as the Sustainment Brigade’s Sustainment CMD-Theater POC for Replenishment/Sustainment activities.
    • Assists the Sustainment Brigade to determine routing of requisitions.
    • Conducts liaison with supported units and supporting activities to ensure timely supply and maintenance support.
    • Maintains STAMIS connectivity between the Sustainment Brigade and all appropriate logistics managers.
    • Provides technical knowledge and capability to provide status, assist in follow-up actions, and expedite requisitions to the supported Sustainment Brigade.
    • Provides a mechanism to ensure theater material management policies and priorities are continuously communicated to the Sustainment Brigade.
    4 ea. 92As 2ea. 92As
  • 48. Munitions Branch OFF WO ENL CIV TOTAL 2 2 11 2 17 MUNITIONS BRANCH MUNITIONS MGMT OFF * 04 91A00 1 MUNITIONS MGNT OFF 03 91A00 1 A MMUNITION WO W4 910A0 1 AMMUNITION WO W3 910A0 1 CHIEF AMMO NCO E9 89B5O 1 OPERATIONS SERGEANT E7 89B4O 1 AMMO INSPECTOR E6 89B3O 1 AMMO SUPPLY SGT E6 89B3O 1 AMMO STK CON SGT E5 89B2O 1 AMMO STK CON SP E4 89B1O 3 AMMO STK CON SP E3 89B10 3 AMMUNITION QUALITY ASSURANCE SECTION MUNITION INSPECTOR GS-12 1 QUALITY ASSUR SPEC GS-9 1 * BRANCH CHIEF 
    • Functions:
    • Maintains stock control visibility on all Class V in theater
    • Manages requisitions for stockage objectives, maintains stock record accountability for all Class V supplies in theater, establishes mandatory stockage levels, and verifies accuracy of Unit Basic Loads
    • Advises the Sustainment CMD-Theater commander and staff on Class V status and coordinates munitions actions on both available and in motion stock
    • Recommends controlled supply rates for different combat situations to Numbered Army G3.
    • Coordinates for special transportation and airdrop requirements
    • Responds to requests for statistical analysis and management by exception actions and requests
    • Provides assistance to sections when decisions involve munitions or the cross-leveling of munitions equipment in the theater
    • Manage at least one ASA and provide initial SPT to 12 BCTs and 12 Support BDEs (with the Sustainment CMD-Expeditionary)
    MAJOR EQUIPMENT: C78851 COMP SY AN/UYQ-90(V) C27823 SAAS MMC Z00373 BCS3 D60801 DIG NS TRM TA-1042A/U T92446 TRK UTIL, EXPANDED CAPACITY UP ARMORED, 4X4 (X2) Z59863 NAVIGATION SET: GPS RECEIVER (DAGR) (X2) OFF WO ENL TOTAL 3 2 9 14 MUNITIONS MGMT OFF ** 05 91A00 1 MUNITIONS MGT OFF 04 91A00 1 MUNITIONS SUPPLY OFF 03 91A00 1 MUNITIONS TECH W4 890A0 1 SUPPLY SYS TECH W3 890A0 1 CHIEF AMMO NCO * E9 89B50 1 AMMO LOGISITCS SGT E7 89B40 1 AMMO INSPECTOR E6 89B30 1 AMMO STK CON/ACCTG SGT E5 89B20 1 AMMO STK CON/ACCTG SP E4 89B10 2 AMMUNITION SPECIALIST E3 89B10 1 AMMO STK CON/ACCTG SP E3 89B10 2 * EECP MEMBER ** EECP MEMBER AND BRANCH CHIEF
    • Functions:
    • Maintains stock control visibility on all Class V supplies in theater for its assigned AOR
    • Monitors requisitions for stockage objectives, maintains stock record accountability for all Class V supplies in its AOR, and verifies accuracy of Unit Basic Loads
    • Recommends controlled supply rates for different combat situations
    • Monitors and manages CSR for the AOR
    • Coordinates for special transportation and airdrop requirements
    • Advises the Sustainment CMD-Theater Main on Class V status and coordinates munitions actions on both available and in motion stock a nd potential problem areas
    • Responds to requests for statistical analysis and management by exception actions and requests
    • Provides assistance to sections when decisions involve munitions or the cross-leveling of munitions equipment in its AOR
    MAJOR EQUIPMENT: C27823 SAAS MMC Z00373 BCS3 D60801 DIG NS TRM TA-1042A/U T92446 TRK UTIL, EXPANDED CAPACITY UP ARMORED Z59863 NAV SET: GPS RECEIVER (DAGR) (x3)
  • 49. Mobility Branch OFF WO ENL TOTAL 12 3 16 31 INTEGRATION SECTION TRANS OFF * 05 88A00 1 TRANS OFF O4 88A00 1 MVT CONTRL OFF 03 88A00 2 MOBILITY OFF W3 882A0 1 TRANS SUP E8 88Z00 1 AIR SECTION BRANCH CHIEF 04 88A00 1 AIR MOVEMENTS OFF 03 88A00 1 TRANS MGMT COORD E7 88N40 1 CARGO OPS SGT E7 88H40 1 STAFF MVMNTS NCO E7 88N40 2 LAND SECTION BRANCH CHIEF 04 88A00 1 MTR/RAIL TRANS OFF 04 88D00 1 CIRCULATION CNTL OFF 03 31A00 1 MTR/RAIL TRANS OFF 03 88D00 1 MOBILITY OFF W3 882A0 1 SR MVMNTS NCO E7 88N40 2 CIRCULATION NCO E7 31B40 1 HWY OPS NCO E7 88M40 2 TRANS MGMT NCO E6 88N30 1 SEA SECTION BRANCH CHIEF 04 88A00 1 MARINE/TERM OPS 03 88C00 1 MARINE WARRANT W3 880A0 1 OPS NCO E7 88H40 1 STAFF MVMNTS NCO E7 88N40 1 MARINE OPS NCO E7 88K40 1 TRANS MGMT NCO E6 88N30 1 *BRANCH CHIEF
    • Functions:
    • Provides guidance, plans and policies and staff supervision for transportation operations.
    • Functions as the executive agent for movement control.
    • Provide mission planning for strategic deployment, sustainment and redeployment.
    • Manages all facets of transportation information related to planning, operations, coordination, and evaluation of all methods of transportation, movement control, and logistical support.
    • Manages Title X responsibilities for Common User Land Transportation (CULT).
    • Provides theater level liaison to host nations and for contracted assets (rail, barge, sea, road).
    • Provides supplemental modal movement management for personnel and materiel (except bulk POL by pipeline) within, into, or out of theater.
    • Maintains highway regulation within the theater.
    • Air, Land, and Sea Sections :
    • Provides guidance, advice, and staff supervision on the employment, deployment, and capabilities of air, land, and water transportation for the theater.
    • Advises on ground, air, and sea transportation assets as related to CSS operations .
    • Recommends priorites for Air, Sea, and Land Transportation
    MAJOR EQUIPMENT: C78851 COMP SY AN/UYQ-90(V) C18278 COMP SY AN/UYQ-90(V) (X2) T55957 MSRT S64488 DSVT (X2) Z00373 BCS3 (x4) C27435 TC AIMS II WS (x11) C27367 TC AIMS II Server Z00056 CAISI Client Module Z53098 CAISI Bridge Module Z26923 UXC-10 Z26995 AN/VRC-90F Z59863 NAVIGATION SET: GPS RECEIVER (DAGR) OFF WO ENL TOTAL 9 3 13 25 MOVEMENTS SECTION TRANS OFF * 05 88A00 1 MOBILITY OFF W3 882A0 2 TRANS SUP E8 88Z00 1 AIR SECTION BRANCH CHIEF 04 88A00 1 AIR MOVEMENTS OFF 03 88A00 1 TRANS MGMT COORD E7 88N40 1 CARGO OPS SGT E7 88H40 1 STAFF MVMNTS NCO E7 88N40 1 STAFF MVMNTS NCO E7 88N40 1 LAND SECTION BRANCH CHIEF 04 88A00 1 MTR/RAIL TRANS OFF 04 88D00 1 CIRCLTN CNTRL OFF 03 31A00 1 MTR/RAIL TRANS OFF 03 88D00 1 STAFF MVMNTS NCO E7 88N40 1 CIRCLTN NCO E7 31B40 1 HWY OPS SGT E7 88M40 1 STAFF MVMNTS NCO E7 88N40 1 SEA SECTION BRANCH CHIEF 04 88A00 1 MARINE/TERM OPS 03 88C00 1 MARINE WARRANT W3 880A0 1 OPS NCO E7 88H40 1 STAFF MVMNTS NCO E7 88N40 1 MARINE OPS NCO E7 88K40 1 TRANS MGMT NCO E6 88N30 1 *BRANCH CHIEF MAJOR EQUIPMENT: T55957 MSRT S64488 DSVT (X2) Z00373 BCS3 (4) C27435 TC AIMS II WS (x11) C27367 TC AIMS II Svr Z00056 CAISI Client Module Z53098 CAISI Bridge Module Z26923 UXC-10 Z26995 AN/VRC-90F Z59863 NAVIGATION SET: GPS RECEIVER (DAGR)
    • Functions:
    • Provides guidance, plans and policies and staff supervision for transportation operations.
    • Functions as the executive agent for movement control.
    • Provide mission planning for strategic deployment, sustainment and redeployment.
    • Manages all facets of transportation information related to planning, operations, coordination, and evaluation of all methods of transportation, movement control, and logistical support.
    • Manages Title X responsibilities for Common User Land Transportation (CULT).
    • Provides theater level liaison to host nations and for contracted assets (rail, barge, sea, road).
    • Provides supplemental modal movement management for personnel and materiel (except bulk POL by pipeline) within, into, or out of theater.
    • Maintains highway regulation within the theater.
    • Air, Land, and Sea Sections:
    • Provides guidance, advice, and staff supervision on the employment, deployment, and capabilities of air, land, and water transportation for the theater.
    • Advises on ground, air, and sea transportation assets as related to CSS operations .
    • Recommens priorites for air, land, and sea transportation assets
  • 50. Logistics Automation Branch (1 of 2) OFF WO ENL TOTAL 1 2 3 6 CSSAMO INFO SYS TECH * W3 251A0 1 MAT MGMT NCO E6 92A30 1   AUTOMATION SERVICES DIVISION AUTOMATION MGMT OFF** O4 53A00 1 SUPPLY SYS TECH W3 920B0 1 SR INFO SYS OPR-MNT E5 25B20 1 MAT CON/ACCTG NCO E5 92A20 1   * EECP MEMBER ** EECP MEMBER AND BRANCH CHIEF
    • CSSAMO Functions:
    • Implements CSS automation policy within responsible AO
    • Coordinates actions and serves as the systems integrator for responsible AO
    • Monitors new CSS/STAMIS ADP system fielding, software changes, engineer change proposals and any other CSS automation actions requiring coordination between agencies, within and outside the commands
    • Automation Services Functions:
    • Provides services of a technical/functional nature within responsible AO to establish and maintain automation connectivity, data transmission accuracy, and software management
    • Assures that automated systems and communication networks between forward Sustainment CMD-Expeditionarys are in place to facilitate data transmission
    • Provides STAMIS support to all customers with their primary focus concentrating in hardware and software diagnosis and repair
    • Verifies all STAMIS systems will be on the current ICP
    MAJOR EQUIPMENT: C18278 COMP SY AN/UYQ-90(V)2 (MTS Mobile) C18344 COM ST DIG OL-605/TYQ (SAAS MMC) C18446 COM ST DIG OL-582/TYQ (ULLS-G) C18718 COM ST DIG OL-591/TYQ (SAMS-2) C27435 COM SY AN/TYQ-129(V)2 (TC AIMS II WS) C28078 COM ST DIG OL-590/TYQ (SAMS-1) C78554 CTASC Flyaway C78851 MTS Control Station Z00560 VSAT(X2) Z53098 CAISI Bridge Module Z00057 CAISI SSIR Kit D60801 DIG NS TRM TA-1042/U T92446 TRK UTIL, EXPANDED CAPACITY UP ARMORED, 4X4 M1114 Z59863 NAV SET: GPS RECEIVER (DAGR OFF WO ENL TOTAL 1 1 4 6 CSSAMO SECTION INFO SYS MGMT OFF * 04 53A00 1 MAT MANAGEMENT NCO E7 92A4O 1 SUPPLY SGT E6 92Y3O 1   AUTOMATION SERVICES SECTION SUPPLY SYS TECH W3 920B0 1 SR INFO SYS OPR-MNT E5 25B2O 1 INFO SYS OPR-MNT E4 25B1O 1 *BRANCH CHIEF
    • CSSAMO Functions:
    • Establishes CSS automation policy and provides guidance for all subordinate unit CSSAMOs in the Sustainment CMD-Theater
    • Coordinates actions and serves as the systems integrator for the command, to include providing technical assistance to the Sustainment CMD-Theater HQ and to assigned and attached units in the Sustainment CMD-Theater
    • Acts as focal point for all new CSS/STAMIS ADP system fielding, software changes, engineer change proposals and any other CSS automation actions requiring coordination between agencies, within and outside the commands
    • Controls software and applications updates to related logistics automation
    • Automation Services Functions:
    • Provides services of a technical/functional nature common to all elements of the Sustainment CMD-Theater and its customers to establish and maintain automation connectivity, data transmission accuracy, and software management
    • Assures that automated systems and communication networks between forward Sustainment CMD-Expeditionarys are in place to facilitate data transmission
    • Provides STAMIS support to all customers with primary focus concentrating on hardware and software diagnosis and repair
    • Ensures all STAMIS systems will be on the current ICP
    • Maintains, stores, and provides forward distribution support to the Sustainment CMD-Theater STAMIS systems.
    • Provides STAMIS training for customer units.
    • Answers requests for Information concerning CSS and Logistics automation matters
    MAJOR EQUIPMENT: C18278 COMP SY AN/UYQ-90(V)2 (MTS Mobile) C18344 COM ST DIG OL-605/TYQ (SAAS MMC) C18446 COM ST DIG OL-582/TYQ (ULLS-G) C18718 COM ST DIG OL-591/TYQ (SAMS-2) C27435 COM SY AN/TYQ-129(V)2 (TC AIMS II WS) C28078 COM ST DIG OL-590/TYQ (SAMS-1) C78554 CTASC Flyaway C78851 MTS Control Station Z00560 VSAT Z53098 CAISI Bridge Module Z00057 CAISI SSIR Kit D60801 DIG NS TRM TA-1042/U T61494 TRK UTIL M998A1 2 ea. 920B/92A 2 ea. 92As
  • 51. Logistics Automation Branch (2 of 2) Sustainment CMD-Theater, SUPPORT OPERATIONS, DISTRIBUTION MANAGEMENT CENTER, LOG AUTOMATION BRANCH (CTASC) OFF WO ENL TOTAL 0 2 13 15 CTASC SECTION CHIEF SUP SYS TECH W5 920B0 1 MAT MANAGEMENT SUP E7 92A4O 1   CTASC SERVICES SECTION NETWORK SYS TECH W3 251A0 1 INFO SYS TEAM CHIEF E7 25B4O 1 INFO SYS TEAM CHIEF E6 25B3O 1 MAT MANAGEMENT NCO E6 92A3O 7 MAT CON/ACCTG NCO E5 92A2O 3 MAJOR EQUIPMENT: C78554 COM ST DIG OL-590/TYQ CTASC Flyaway  (x5) C78486 COM ST DIG OL-586/TYQ (CTASC-II) (X2) Z00057 CAISI SSIR Kit Z53098 CAISI Bridge Module Z00560 VSAT (x2) ADD 1
    • CTASC Functions:
    • Provide SARSS 2AC/B (CTASC-II) system administration.
    • Provide SARSS (all levels) automation technical support Sustainment CMD-Theater & Sustainment CMD-Expeditionary.
    • Provide SARSS (all levels) functional and technical training support to Sustainment CMD-Theater & Sustainment CMD-Expeditionary
    • Provide SARSS (all levels) functional/technical customer assistance.
    • Provide information systems security and management to include training and compliance assurance on STAMIS and office automation systems.
    • Provide interface for coordination and implementation of the DOIM Installation Information Infrastructure Modernization Program (I3A).
    • Provide SARSS/SSF/DFAS functional/technical financial information management support.
    • Develop and manage IT budget and resource requirements determination and implementation.
    • Continually develops and manages the network and routing monitoring for SARSS and connected networks.
    • Provide and coordinate fielding and integration of emerging logistics and financial systems with existing legacy and interim systems.
    • Application development and programming of information management tools and logistics management reports.
    • Provide coordination and management of new and emerging systems and assist in development of field level systems requirements.
    • Develop and manage disaster recovery and COOP plans and procedures for all systems utilized to ensure data integrity of all logistics and financial records.
    12 ea. 920B/ 92As
  • 52. Sustainment Brigade SPO
    • Tasks :
    • Plan and provide oversight for sustainment operations within its AOR.
    • Develop and oversee the CSS distribution network in an assigned area of operation
    • Plans, commits and monitors status of the use of motor, air and rail assets
    • Forecast transportation requirements and prepares the movement plan.
    • Manages munitions flow within assigned AOR.
    • Directs the storage and distribution of Class I, II, III (P), IV, VI, VII and IX supplies
    • Acts as an expediter and problem-solver on issues involving Class I, II, III (P), IV, VI, VII and IX supplies
    • Directs storage and distribution of Class III(B)
    • Monitor maintenance Operations (parts, maintenance teams and evacuation)
    • Directs the provision of logistics service support within it AOR, if directed to other forces
    MAJOR EQUIPMENT: C18718 SAMS-2 Z00373 BCS3 (x2) C78554 CTASC FLYAWAY(x2) Z53098 CAISI Bridge C18334 SAAS-MOD (MMC) C27823 SAAS-MOD (DAO) C27435 TC-AIMS II Z00000 PBUSE C18209+ MC4 (system) Z39781 AHRS Z00000 FMTP MAINT Br CSS Effects TRANS Integr GEN SUPPLY PETRO WATER PBO MISSILE AUTO ELE /CAL DISTRIB DIV CL V SPO Distribution Tasks Material Mgmt Tasks General Tasks Legend
  • 53. Sustainment Brigade SPO Trans Integration Main: 3/0/2 5 PERSONNEL O3 MOTOR/RAIL TRANS OFF 88D O3 AIRMOVEMENTS OFF 88A O3 FLD CIRCULATION OFF 31A E8 OPERATIONS NCO 88Z50 E7 HIGHWAY TRAF PLAN & OPS 88N40
    • MAJOR TASKS
    • Maintains staff oversight of all transportation operations
    • Serves as the Movement Control Center for supported units
    • Plans, commits and monitors status of the use of motor, air and rail assets
    • Forecast transportation requirements and prepares the movement plan.
    • Analyzes mode capabilities (terminal, highway and rail)
    • Maintains in-transit visibility of personnel, equipment and supplies
    MAJOR EQUIPMENT M1025 HMMWV (2) T61494 TRLR CGO: HMT 3/4 TON (2) MTS CONTROL STATION BCS3 AN/VRC-104 (V3) MCS ETHER SWITCH TOC INTERCOM AN/UYQ-90(V)3 TC-AIMS II WRKSTN VRC-90F x2 FBCB2 x2 DAGR x2 MT-2010 x2 EEE: 4/1/3 8 PERSONNEL O4 TRANS BRANCH CHIEF 88A O3 HIGHWAY/RAIL OFF 88D O3 FLD CIRCULATION OFF 31A O3 AERIAL DELIVERY OFF 92D W3 MOBILITY OPS Tech 882A E7 AIRMOVEMENTS NCO 88N40 E7 Circulation NCO 31B40 E6 GROUND MOVEMENTS NCO 88N30
  • 54. Sustainment Brigade SPO CL V Munitions Section PERSONNEL W2 AMMO TECH 890A0 E8 Chief AMMO NCO 89B50 E6 AMMO LOGISITCS SGT 89B30 (x2) E5 AMMO LOGISITCS SGT 89B20 E4 AMMO STK CON/ACCTG 89B10 (x2) E3 AMMO LOGISITCS SGT 89B10 Main: 0/1/7 8
    • MAJOR TASKS
    • Provides munitions materiel management within assigned area.
    • Maintains assets visibility of all AOR munitions.
    • Conducts RSR/CSR analysis for UEx/assigned HQ.
    • Maintains munitions COP through TAV/ITV.
    • Manages munitions flow within assigned AOR.
    • Conducts munitions reach operations for BCTs.
    • Provides conduit to national level provider.
    MAJOR EQUIPMENT M1025 HMMWV (2) TRLR CGO: HMT 3/4 TON (2) SAAS-MMC SCANNER/FAX VRC-90F (2) FBCB2 EPLRS DAGR (2) MT-2010 Transceiver BCS3 PERSONNEL O4 MUN MAT MGMT OFF 91A W4 AMMUNITION WO 890A E7 AMMO LOGISITCS SGT 89B40 E5 AMMO LOGISITCS SGT 89B20 E4 AMMO STK CON/ACCTG 89B10 E3 AMMO LOGISITCS SGT 89B10 (x2) EEE: 1/1/5 7
  • 55. Sustainment Brigade SPO General Supply Section Main: 0/1/6 7 PERSONNEL W3 SUPPLY SYSTEM TECH 920B E7 MAT MANAGEMENT NCO 92A40 (x2) E6 SUBSISTENCE NCO 92A30(x2) E3 MAT CON/ACCTG SP 92A10(x2)
    • MAJOR TASKS
    • Directs the storage and distribution of Class I, II, III (P), IV, VI, VII and IX supplies. 
    • Maintains visibility and advises higher HQ Commander and staff on Class I, II, III (P), IV, VI, VII and IX status. 
    • Manages Class VI requirements and distribution and tracks receipts and issues of Class VII stocks to replenish combat losses.  
    • Coordinates Class I, II, III (P), IV, VI, VII and IX supply actions through SPT OPNS DIV. 
    • Works closely with the maintenance managers to identify Class IX repair parts, as well as, Class VII assets being returned to serviceable condition. 
    • Also acts as an expediter and problem-solver on issues involving Class I, II, III (P), IV, VI, VII and IX supplies
    EEE: 1/0/6 7 PERSONNEL O4 LOGISTICS OFFICER 92A E5 MAT MANAGEMENT NCO 92A20(x3) E4 MAT CON/ACCTG SP 92A10 (x3) 13 ea. 920Bs/92As MAJOR EQUIPMENT EXPANDO VAN W/SICPS KIT (1) M1025 HMMWV 1) TRLR CGO: HMT 3/4 TON (1) M1083 (MTV) ECU A23955 M1095 TRLR MTV 5 GENERATOR IP PHONE WLAN BCS3 x 1 ETHER SWITCH CTASC-FLYAWAY X3 Scanner/Fax VSAT AN-UYQ-90V3 GCSS-A V1
  • 56. Sustainment Brigade SPO POL/Water Section Main: 0/1/3 4 PERSONNEL W2 PETROL TECH 923A E7 Sr Fuel Ops SGT 92F40 E5 Fuel Handling NCO 92F20 E5 Water treatment NCO 92W20
    • MAJOR TASKS
    • Responsible for monitoring / validating requirements the management of Class III(B) and water requirements in assigned AOR. 
    • Directs storage and distribution of Class III(B)
    • Prepares the bulk petroleum requirements report (BPRR). 
    • Monitors bulk water production and distribution and provides advice to the Sustainment Bde Commander and SPT OPNS Officer on Class III(B) and water status. 
    • Expediter and problem-solver on issues involving Class III(B) and water.
    MAJOR EQUIPMENT M1025 HMMWV (2) HMMWV TRAILER (2) VRC-90F (2) DAGR AN/TYQ-109V1 AN/TYQ-109V2 MT-2010 EEE: 1/0/2 3 PERSONNEL O3 Fuel Ops Off 92F E7 Water treatment NCO 92W40 E5 Fuel Handling NCO 92F20
  • 57. Sustainment Brigade SPO PBO Section Main: 0/1/7 8 PERSONNEL CW4 PBO 920A E8 NCOIC 92Y50 E7 Snr Sup SGT 92Y40 (x2) E5 Sup SGT 92Y20 (x2) E4 Sup Spec 92Y10 (x2)
    • MAJOR TASKS
    • Provides PBO support for the Sustainment Bde and its subordinates
    • Provides asset visibility information to the DMC, Sust Bde Cdr or assigned higher HQ.
    MAJOR EQUIPMENT M1025 HMMWV (2) T61494 TRAILERS (2) EXPANDO VAN W/GEN AN/TYQ-109 (V2) (PBUSE) this is GCSS-A V2 AN/TYQ-109 (V1) x2 (PBUSE) this is GCSS-A V1 IP PHONE VRC-90F DAGR FBCB2 MT-2010
  • 58. Sustainment Brigade SPO Maintenance Branch 1/0/0 1 PERSONNEL O4 MAINTENANCE MGMT OFF 91A MAJOR EQUIPMENT M1025 HMMWV (1) TRLR CGO: HMT 3/4 TON (1) VRC-90F FBCB2 EPLRS DAGR MT-2010 Transceiver SAMS-2 EEE: 0/0/3 3 PERSONNEL E8 SR MAINT OPS NCO 63Z50 E7 OPERATIONS SGT 63X40 E7 MISSILE MAINT SUPV 94A40
    • MAJOR TASKS
    • Monitor maintenance distribution flow (parts, maintenance teams and evacuation)
    • Coordinate maintenance operations for supported Brigades
    • Refine concepts and policies for equipment repair, maintenance operations
    • Manage equipment availability and readiness
    • Facilitate and expedite the turnaround time for repair and return of critical combat equipment
    • Coordinate and integrate host nation support as required
  • 59. Sustainment Brigade SPO Automotive, Armanent, & Cbt Veh Branch PERSONNEL W4 SR ORD LOG TECH 915E W4 ARMAMENT REP TECH 913A E7 ARMAMENT MAINT SGT 45K40 E7 SP PURP EQUIP MGT SGT 52X40 E7 ENGR EQUIP MAINT NCO 62B40 E5 MAT CON/ACCTG NCO(SAMS) 92A20 0/2/4 6 MAJOR EQUIPMENT M1025 HMMWV ( 2 ) TRLR CGO: HMT 3/4 T (2) EXPANDO VAN W/GEN VRC-90F FBCB2 EPLRS DAGR MT-2010 Transceiver 1 ea. 92A
    • MAJOR TASKS
    • Coordinate automotive and armament maintenance operations supported Brigades
    • Manage equipment availability and readiness for all automotive/track and armament related systems
    • Facilitate and expedite the turnaround time for repair and return of critical combat equipment
    • Track monitor and determine trends and recommend solutions and fixes to repair/parts issues.
  • 60. Sustainment Brigade SPO Electronics Maintenance & Calibrations Branch PERSONNEL W4 EL-MSL SYS MNT WO 948B E7 ELECTRONICS MAINT SUPV 94W40 E6 TMDE MAINT SERGEANT 94H30 E6 COMSEC/RADIO SUPV 94E30 E6 SPEC ELEC DEV SUPV 25F30 E6 SR MI SYS MNTR/INTGR 33W30 0/1/5 6 MAJOR EQUIPMENT M1025 HMMWV (2) TRLR CGO: HMT 3/4 TON VRC-90F FBCB2 EPLRS DAGR MT-2010 Transceiver
    • MAJOR TASKS
    • Coordinate electronics and calibration maintenance operations for supported Brigades
    • Manage equipment availability and readiness for all electronic and calibration systems
    • Facilitate and expedite the turnaround time for repair and return of critical combat equipment
    • Track monitor and determine trends and recommend solutions and fixes to repair/parts issues.
  • 61. Sustainment Brigade SPO Missile Branch 0/1/0 1 PERSONNEL W3 MSL SYS MNT WO 948D
    • MAJOR TASKS
    • Coordinate missile, missile systems, and radar maintenance operations for supported Brigades
    • Manage equipment availability and readiness for all missile related systems
    • Facilitate and expedite the turnaround time for repair and return of critical combat equipment
    • Track monitor and determine trends and recommend solutions and fixes to repair/parts issues.
  • 62. Sustainment Brigade SPO Services Division 1/0/1 2 MAJOR EQUIPMENT M1114 HMMWV (1) TRLR CGO: HMT 3/4 TON (1) VRC-90F FBCB2 EPLRS DAGR MT-2010 Transceiver BCS3 CTASC FLYAWAY PERSONNEL O4 SERV DIV CHIEF 90A E8 LOG OPS 92A50
    • MAJOR TASKS
    • Monitors the tactical and logistical situation
    • Forecasts, coordinates and manages
    • Establishes procedures for processing; and by commodity transactions - monitors requisitions from supported supply support activities
    • Responds to requests for statistical analysis and management by exception actions and requests
  • 63. Sustainment Brigade SPO Field Service Branch Main: 1/1/3 5 PERSONNEL O3 MORTUARY AFFAIRS OFF 92A4V CW3 SR AIRDROP SYS TECH 921A E7 FIELD SVCS NCO 92S40 E6 MORTUARY AFFAIRS NCO 92M30 E6 FIELD SVCS NCO 92S30 MAJOR EQUIPMENT M1025 HMMWV HMMWV TRAILER VRC-90F FBCB2 EPLRS DAGR MT-2010 Transceiver EEE: 0/0/1 1 PERSONNEL E7 MORTUARY AFFAIRS NCO 92M40
    • MAJOR TASKS
    • Conduct Combat Service Support (CSS) planning for field svc’s  
    • Exercises staff supervision over field services support. 
    • Coordinates development of field services policies and programs. 
    • Conducts ongoing analysis of services capabilities and requirements and, in coordination with the Supply Division Officer, makes appropriate recommendations to the Sustainment Bde Commanding Officer and Support Operations Officer with respect to field services activities and operations.
    • Assists in determining appropriate positioning of field services assets to support customer units for logistic tracking
  • 64. Back-up Slides
  • 65. AMC Transformation Supporting the Modular Force ASC Working Group Fort Lee, VA 10 Aug 05
  • 66. Purpose
    • Provide information on the Army Materiel Command’s proposed changes for supporting the Army Modular Force
    Discussion Topics
    • AMC Transformation
    • Army Field Support Brigade (AFSB)
    • Army Sustainment Command (ASC)
    • ACP DPs 55 and 56
  • 67. Levels of Command AMC Transformed
    • BLST = TACON to Sptd Bde
    • Attached to LSE or AFSB
    • Provides DS to BCT
    • LSE = TACON to UEx
    • Attached to AFSB
    • Provides DS to UEx HQ and area GS to Spt Bdes
    • AFSB = OPCON to UEy/TSC
    • Assigned to AFSC
    • Provides Integrated ALT capabilities to COCOM
    C2 Relationships AMC National Capabilities
    • ASC = OPCON to FORSCOM
    • for ARFORGEN. ADCON to AMC
    • Provides CSS support to deploying forces & redeploying forces entering RESET
    BDE BLST UEx LSE UEy AFSB Transformed Logistics Readiness plus Acq. & Tech. Current Logistics Readiness Army XXXX CORPS XXX DIV XX BDE X AMC-FWD LAO/LSE LARS LAO/LSE AMC AMC ASC
  • 68. What Needs to Change…. + + + UEy ALT Functions Today ACA PARC CCO Installation Contracting ACA PARC CCO Installation Contracting AFSC Contracting Acquisition, Logistics and Sustainment Contracting AFSC Contracting Acquisition, Logistics and Sustainment Contracting + + TSC DCMA USACE DLA PEO/ PMs PMO Tm PEO/PMS PMO Tm Rapid Equipping Force (REF) External Support External Support Acquisition & Technology Contracting Support + AFSB DCMA REF USACE DLA + + + UEy AFSB Functional Design Logistics & Sustainment Acquisition, Logistics and Sustainment Contracting Contingency Contracting LAO/LARs BLST MSC/SRA LOGCAP PEO/PMs PMO Tms FAST STAT Tms FRAs External Support Contractor Cord Cell CCTms + + TSC FAST STAT LOGCAP UEx BLST FRAs AMC LSE UEx LAO/LARs BLST Contractor Cord Cell FRAs TODAY TOMORROW MSC/SRA LOGCAP
  • 69. Theater Sustainment Structure DCP 1 Star EUCOM CENTCOM UEy ARCENT MULTI-COMPO 2 Star MULTI-COMPO MULTI-COMPO TSC HAWAII (315/0/134) DCP DCP DCP DCP PACOM UEy USARPAC UEy USAREUR AC AC AC AC TSC CONUS- EUROPE (104/0/345*) TSC KUWAIT (314/0/135) AC FLAG AC FLAG KOREA JAPAN (Okinawa) IRAQ GERMANY 449 Total 259 Total DCP DCP DCP DCP AR AC DCP SUS BDE X FORCE GENERATION DCP NG DCP FY06 FY06 FY07+ NORTHCOM UEy USARNORTH TSC AMERICAS (~50/339*/ 0) NG FLAG FY06 MULTI-COMPO AR FLAG AMC SOUTHCOM UEy USARSOUTH ARMY SUSTAINMENT COMMAND FY06 * Full Time Unit Support (FTUS) estimate. TO TD
    • PROPOSED END STATE STRUCTURE
    • 4 TSCs (Multi-Compo)
    • 1 ASC (TBD)
    • 10-11 DCPs (5 AC, 2 NG, 3-4 AR)
    VCSA Approved (7 Jun 05) FORSCOM Assigned (ADCON) OPCON DP 35 DP 54 VCSA Approved (5 Apr 05) * 112 FTUS * 50 FTUS
  • 70. Converting AFSC to the ASC
    • Partners with IMA and TRANSCOM for execution of CONUS Deployment Operations similar to how 21st TSC operates in USAREUR today
    • Requires less resources than a full-up TSC
    CONUS TSC (Army Sustainment Command) TRANSCOMDLA IMA ACA AMC DCP
    • Uses TRADOC standard TSC TOE structure as basis for building the ASC; Adds TDA as required
    Key Points
    • Provides logistics integration and support to deploying forces and redeploying forces entering Reset
    • ASC Assigned (ADCON) to AMC; OPCON to FORSCOM for ARFORGEN
    • CONUS-based DCP and Sustainment UAs
    • ADCON to ASC; OPCON to FORSCOM
    (6)
    • Links Institutional Army support to Expeditionary Army
    • Leverages AFSC's existing "logistics integrator" role at CONUS installations
    Split DCP (6) (8) FORSCOM Retains LOGCAP and APS missions From AMC DP54 Brief JM LCMC Assigned (ADCON) OPCON Coordination SUS BDE SUS BDE AFSB
  • 71. Proposed ASC Structure DEPUTY CDR DEP TO THE CDR CofS G6 G4 G5/7 G3 G1 G2 Surgeon PMO EXEC SVCS IG CHAPLAIN PAO HQ IRACO EEO SBO HIST DEP TO THE CDR FOR FIELD SPT COMPTROLLER APS DEP TO THE CDR FOR LOGCAP DEP TO THE CDR FOR PARC/CONTRACTING DEP TO THE CDR FOR SJA HQ, Commandant ASC Working Estimate: AC Bill = 221; RC Bill = 22; CTASC Mil-Civ = 15 Maximizes Utilization of 388 AFSC TDA Spaces TSC TOE = 461 ASC TOE = 278 Savings = 183 (Multi-Compo) 20 Mil Currently Assigned
  • 72. ACP DP 55: Consolidate Army Contracting Agency with Army Materiel Command
    • Army Contracting Study – initiated by AAE to review organization structure, processes and future forces/missions and best alignment
    • Alignment of ACA and AMC contracting resources will:
      • Place contracting into an operational command for whom contracting is one of its core competencies
      • Centralize core competencies/centers of excellence – people, resources and business strategies
      • Provide centralized theater support to the warfighter by incorporating the contingency contracting mission and resources into AMC, and facilitate movement of key resources to contingencies
      • Establish a primary face to the customer for most contracting support in the Army
      • Permit decentralized execution – customer supported at point of need
      • Optimize operational flexibility given contracting workforce trends
      • Provide IMA & the Installation Commander better and more responsive support thru the Installation DOCs
    • RECOMMENDATION : Reassign ACA as an MSC of AMC
    Realignment TF Phase 2 Memo dated 27 Nov 02 “The ASA(ALT) should prepare a recommendation on the transfer of ACA to LOGCOM (AMC) in FY04 for decision by the SA and Army Chief of Staff.”
  • 73. ACP DP 56: AMC responsibility for Installation Supply and Maintenance Operations
    • AMC should be the National-level Sustainment Maintenance and Class V & IX Process Owner
    • Points:
      • Memorandum of Agreement between AMC and IMA being developed that establishes AMC as the Executive Agent for Sustainment Level Maintenance
      • IMA retains command and control of DOL operations. The Garrison Commander is principally responsible for the performance of the DOL
        • AMC manages all sustainment maintenance (including mission tasking authority and prioritization of work) and Class IX supply operations conducted by IMA garrison DOLs
        • AMC responsible to establish standards for sustainment-level maintenance
    "How can AMC, or should AMC, assume responsibility for supply and maintenance functions at installation level in order to maximize effectiveness?" RECOMMENDATION : AMC becomes National-level Sustainment Maintenance and Class V & IX Process Owner
      • Functions of the FORSCOM contract maintenance facilities transfer to AMC
      • Thru CAM, JMC manages Class V stocks in all Installation ASPs
      • CONUS TSC (ASC) already postured to execute management of Sustainment Maintenance operations...key to executing ARFORGEN responsibilities
    VCSA memo to CG, AMC on Institutional Army TF Analysis of the Army Materiel Command, 8 Nov 04
  • 74. Installation Support Capabilities Options
    • Installation contains Sust Bde and aligned customer units
    • Sust Bde provides MM support to assigned units (e.g.: DIV)
    • IMA conducts MM/CSSAMO for assigned and reimbursable customers
    • IMA manages Installation Deployment Support Operations
    • IMA manages RC Mob/De-mob Operations on the Installation
    • IMA provides input to Installation Materiel Readiness Reviews
    • Sust Bde has deployed leaving residual customer units
    • IMA conducts MM/CSSAMO for assigned/reimbursable customers
    • IMA manages Installation Deployment Support Operations
    • IMA manages RC Mob/De-mob Operations on the Installation
    • IMA conducts Installation Materiel Readiness Reviews
    • Option 1: Transfer orphan units MM/CSSAMO mission to other Sust Bde
    • Option 2: Transfer orphan units MM/CSSAMO mission to IMA (reimbursable)
    • Option 3: Contract orphan units MM/CSSAMO mission with Army oversight
    • Installation does not contain Sust Bde ( Ft Knox, Ft Sill, Ft Lee, etc)
    • Assign/Resource MM and CSSAMO support to IMA for all units
    • IMA manages Installation Deployment Support Operations for all units
    • IMA manages RC Mob/De-mob Operations on the Installation for all units
    • IMA conducts Installation Materiel Readiness Reviews for all units
    SUST X SUST X IMA IMA IMA
  • 75. 200 TMMC TDA Augmentation 02005 5A SUPPLY TECH 16 SUPPLY DIVISION 108 02010 07 INV MGT SPEC 15 SUPPLY DIVISION 108 02003 07 SUP SYS ANAL 14 SUPPLY DIVISION 108 02003 7A SUP SYS ANAL 13A SUPPLY DIVISION 108 02003 7A SUP SYS ANAL 13 SUPPLY DIVISION 108 00346 7A LOG MGT SPEC 12 SUPPLY DIVISION 108 00318 05 SECY OA 11 SUPPLY DIVISION 108 00346 11 LOG MGT SPEC 10A SUPPLY DIVISION 108 00346 11 LOG MGT SPEC 10 SUPPLY DIVISION 108 00346 11 LOG MGT SPEC 09 SUPPLY DIVISION 108 00346 11 LOG MGT SPEC 08A SUPPLY DIVISION 108 00346 11 LOG MGT SPEC 08 SUPPLY DIVISION 108 00346 12 LOG MGT SPEC 07A SUPPLY DIVISION 108 00346 12 LOG MGT SPEC 07 SUPPLY DIVISION 108 00346 12 LOG MGT SPEC 06A SUPPLY DIVISION 108 00346 12 LOG MGT SPEC 06 SUPPLY DIVISION 108 00346 12 LOG MGT SPEC 05 SUPPLY DIVISION 108 00346 13 SPV LOG MGT SP 04 SUPPLY DIVISION 108 POSCO GRADE TITLE LN PARATITLE PARNO