Modes and Duration:
Resident - 2 Weeks 0.0 Days
This course addresses the mobilization and deployment processes at various levels of command within the Army. Focus of the course is on legal authorities, mobilization concepts, plans, policies, procedures, and the responsibilities for mobilization and deployment at DOD, HQ DA, MACOM, CONUSA, JFHQ USARC, and installation levels. Mobilization and deployment planning interfaces at various Army command levels and the dependency of mobilization and deployment activities on automated systems is emphasized.
Additional information for organizations requesting a Mobile Training Team of this course can be found at the following under: Annex B - Mobilization Deployment Planning Course (2G-SI6M/500-ASI6M).
a. ENVIRONMENTAL: AR 200-1 delineates TRADOC responsibilities to integrate environmental requirements across DOTMLPF and ensure all training procedures, training materials, and training doctrine includes sound environmental practices and considerations. The Army's environmental vision is to be a national leader in environmental and natural resource stewardship for present and future generations as an integral part of all Army missions. This program of instruction meets this standard.
b. SAFETY: Accidents are an unacceptable impediment to Army missions, readiness, morale, and resources. Decision makers at every level will employ risk management approaches to effectively preclude unacceptable risk to the safety of personnel and property affiliated with this course.
c. OPERATIONAL ENVIRONMENT: The learning objectives in Army training must comply with current Joint, Army, and Branch doctrine regarding the Contemporary Operational Environment (OE) and Opposing Force (OPFOR) scenarios. This Program of Instruction (POI) addresses this principle and incorporates current doctrine and lessons learned at the appropriate level, divesting of obsolescence, and implementing full spectrum operations in the OE in classrooms and training exercises.
d. MEDICAL SUPPORT TO TRAINING. Installation commanders and school commandants will assess and certify the adequacy of medical support to training at least annually. This responsibility is not delegable. Installation commanders and school commandants conducting high risk training shall rehearse their medical support (casualty response, evacuation, and treatment) plan at least annually, focused on responding to a training catastrophe. This Program of Instruction complies with the intent of the Army's Medical Support to Training policy.
Active Army and Reserve Component commissioned officers, First Lieutenant or above, warrant officers, senior noncommissioned officers, Sergeant First Class or above, and DA civilians, GS-7 or above, who are to be programmed or assigned to positions needing a working knowledge of mobilization and deployment planning.
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