The G-6 (S-6) advises the commander, staff, and subordinate commanders on C4OPS matters. Additionally, MTMC is the worldwide seaport manager under the single port manager concept for all common-user seaports of embarkation (SPOEs) and seaports of debarkation (SPODs). The G-5 (S-5) is required at all echelons from battalion through corps, but authorized only at division and corps. Performing chief financial officer training and reviews, and audit compliance services. Staff Sergeants, Sergeants and Corporals are normally squad, section and team leaders and are a critical link in the NCO channel. Active end-item production lines obtain urgent critical parts and subsystems. Requests and coordinates transport capability to meet a movement mission. Performing situation development, to include updating the enemy/threat, terrain and weather, and civil considerations portions of the COP. Area support groups (ASGs) are subordinate units assigned to the TSC. Recommending priorities for allocating critical resources, including-. Based on coordination between the DISCOM/FSBs support operations staffs and the forward CSG, this CSB may establish forward supply, maintenance, and service points in the division area. Performing or providing religious rites, sacraments, ordinances, services, and pastoral care and counseling to nurture the living, care for casualties, and honor the dead. However, neither section is functionally organized by the new MTOE to accomplish its mission independently; they are required to work together closely. Deploying civilian labor (with the civilian personnel officer). They provide answers to the commander's critical information requirements (CCIR) to the commander and other staff members as quickly as possible. The G1/AG (S1) also serves as the senior adjutant general officer in the force. Hospitalization support of sick, injured, or wounded soldiers. Planning and supervising the following dental functions: Maintaining professional standards and levels of dental care and treatment. Preparing estimates for personnel replacement requirements, based on estimated casualties, nonbattle losses, and foreseeable administrative losses. 4-51. Every staff member integrates risk management into the conduct (planning, preparing, executing, and assessing) of training and operations. A major operation is a series of tactical actions (battles, engagements, strikes) conducted by various combat forces of a single or several services, coordinated in time and place, to accomplish operational, and sometimes strategic objectives in an operational area (FM 3-0). duties as Operations NCOs, Logistical Specialists, Fuel Operations, Food Service Operations, Aerial Delivery Operations, Field Services, Safety Operations, S4 Operations, and Supply Operations. The medical company can also be augmented with a forward surgical team (FST) or air ambulance assets. Recommending task organizations and assigning missions to subordinate elements, which includes-. Evaluating physical security vulnerabilities (to support the G-3 [S-3] and G-7 [S-7]). CPO responsibilities include-, (The AR 690 series discusses CPO functions. IM representatives within the CP are positioned to best support the commander's intent, with priority normally to the G-3 (S-3) operations cell and other critical cells within the CP. The RM or comptroller is responsible for budget preparation and RM analysis and implementation. DCMA serves as the executive agent for DOD in performing independent reviews of procurement practices at other defense agencies. ), D-109. DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE AND DEFENSE AGENCIES. Collecting and processing demographic data concerning all aspects of EO climate assessment. COSCOM/DISCOM CSS management consists of coordinating and integrating personnel, equipment, facilities, communications, and procedures to accomplish the mission in compliance with the commander's intent. Surgeon. Staffs use this RI to maintain running estimates and produce progress reports for their commanders. Coordinating with the G-7 to integrate EW into IO. Acquiring, managing, and distributing funds to conduct in-theater contracting to acquire supplies and services to support the mission (OP 4.8). FM 63-2-1 discusses these organizations and their associated doctrine. Leveraging the capabilities of higher echelon IO agencies and units providing connectivity with national- and theater-level IO agencies. Serves as the 1916th Support Battalion, Deputy SPO with responsibilities and functions within a military Combat Support Sustainment Battalion (CSSB). The Military Traffic Management Command (MTMC), a major U.S. Army command, is the transportation component command of USTRANSCOM responsible for surface transportation management. The ACOS, G-4 (S-4) is the principal staff officer for logistic operations and plans (general), supply, maintenance, transportation, and services. Detailed discussions of various functional CSS units are in the associated functional chapters of this manual. Staff members ensure that the intended recipients receive the commander's decisions and understand and execute them within the commander's intent. The COS (XO) exercises coordinating staff responsibility over special staff officers as listed in figure D-1 on page D-26. The G-4 (S-4) has the following staff planning and supervisory responsibilities: D-70. Supporting the linguist requirements, to include contracting for, planning, and providing logistic support to contracted linguists. Maintaining knowledge of all directives, orders, and instructions the commander issues to the staff, subordinate commanders, and subordinate units, and verifying their execution. 4-69. Satisfying requirements through intelligence reach. Staff Planning and Supervision. Engineer command (ENCOM) C2 engineer units provide the full spectrum of engineering support. Man the force, and provide personnel support and personnel services to soldiers, their families, and organizations. Ensure overall effectiveness and economy of the joint force, service component, and applicable agency CSS plans. Coordinating HN support with the G-5 (S-5). Force Development and Modernization. Sergeants major in both Army and Marine Corps units also assist with logistics, drilling and the good order and discipline of enlisted troops. Synchronizing intelligence support to operations and to ISR integration through close coordination with the commander, COS (XO), G-3 (S-3), and the other staff members. Coordinating with the G-4 (S-4) on logistics as it relates to chemical defense equipment and supplies, maintaining chemical equipment, and transporting chemical assets. Reviewing plans and orders of subordinate units. AAFES civilian employees operate these nonappropriated fund activities. Providing home base support and services. Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) Officer. D-5. However, it is designed and optimized primarily for employment in small-scale contingency operations in complex and urban operation, confronting low- and midrange threats that may employ both conventional and asymmetric capabilities. Key elements of the Army's CSS structure at the operational level include dedicated transportation, general support supply, sustainment maintenance, Level III health service support (with in-theater hospital facilities, see chapter 9), and personnel support elements. Establishing and maintaining flexible intelligence architecture during normal garrison activities. The BSB support operations section integrates into BSB operations the activities of the CSS assets required to support brigade augmentation slices. Advising the commander on unit intelligence production capabilities and limitations. Participating, when appropriate, in negotiations with HNs on labor agreements. Maintaining the industrial mobilization capabilities necessary to support the Army. 4-18. Developing and revising unit force data for documenting any changes to the modification table of organization and equipment (MTOE) and modification table of distribution and allowances (MTDA). Providing input to the G-1/AG (S-1) on projected accident losses. Explosive ordnance disposal (EOD) officer. Numerous other Federal agencies play a role in CSS operations. Discussions include the areas over which each staff officer exercises responsibility for staff planning and supervision. These modules provide specific capabilities that most completely support deploying force. Monitoring preparation and execution of all official social events and ceremonies involving the commander, deputy or assistant commanders, or the COS. Acting as the informal point of contact for LNOs. Safety officer responsibilities include-, D-116. Corps, divisions, major support commands, and other organizations commanded by a general officer are authorized a COS. Other units (regiments, brigades, and battalions) are authorized an XO, who performs the duties of a COS. As supervisor of the staff, the COS (XO) is responsible for-, D-37. STRYKER BRIGADE COMBAT TEAM SUPPORT BATTALION. Adjusting the production and dissemination portion of the intelligence synchronization plan. The USTRANSCOM component commands operate the Defense Transportation System (DTS). Staff members perform the following general IM activities for information related to their fields of interest: D-13. If the augmentation slice is large enough, a corps support battalion may have to deploy to provide the required C2. Ensuring the staff integrates and coordinates its activities internally and with higher, subordinate, supporting, supported, and adjacent commands. Planning administrative troop movements (with the G-3 [S-3]). Coordinating with the G-2 (S-2) to obtain national medical intelligence reports and summaries. 4-38. USTRANSCOM provides air, land, and sea transportation and common-user port management at air/seaports of embarkation and debarkation for DOD. 4-60. Assessing weather and terrain data to determine if environmental factors favor enemy use of weapons of mass destruction or, at corps level, friendly use of nuclear weapons. This multifunctional logistics command provides area support to designated elements in the JRA and sustainment support to tactical forces. NETOPS includes network management (NM), information dissemination management (IDM), and information assurance (IA): D-77. A number of strategic-level CSS commands and agencies provide vital support to Army and other supported forces. They are thoroughly prepared to recommend the best COA from the perspective of their individual fields of interest. During peacetime and contingencies, DCMA assigns operations officers to assist the joint staff and combatant commanders in day-to-day DCMA coordination. The companies provide GS to the corps on an area basis and can be DS to a specific maneuver unit, normally a division. Medical evacuation, including Army dedicated medical evacuation platforms (air and ground). However, the JFC establishes a manpower and personnel directorate (J1) and logistics directorate (J4) that coordinate personnel and logistics support through the combatant commander. October 1992 A G-6 (S-6) is authorized at all echelons from battalion through corps. Coordinating the construction of facilities and installations, except for fortifications and signal systems. Preparing training guidance for the commander's approval. Coordinating with higher headquarters for OPSEC activities support. 4-37. U.S. Army Medical Research and Materiel Command. The NMP is an enabler of the SSF and eliminates unnecessary maintenance redundancy throughout the Army. The focus of tactical-level CSS is to provide the CSS necessary to meet the commander's intent and concept of operations, and to maximize his freedom of action. Providing common-item support is accomplished through the CSS planning portion of the crisis action and deliberate planning processes. The corps MEDCOM, the major health service support (HSS) command assigned to the corps, in coordination with the COSCOM, executes the HSS portion of the corps CSS plan. Staff members disseminate information using, among other media, briefings, electronic mail, staff papers, reports, and summaries. USAMC also manages operational policies, programs, objectives, and resources associated with operational projects worldwide. Receiving, accounting, processing, and delivering personnel. Resource Manager or Comptroller. Formulating the combat health support plan. Conducting OPSEC assessments to analyze the command's OPSEC posture. Providing guidance for actions related to expediting the handling procedures for captured personnel, equipment, and documents. Recommending priority intelligence requirements (PIRs). Strategic-level support links the global economic base (people, resources, and industry) to military operations in theater. Synchronizing command PSYOP with higher headquarters PSYOP. Coordinating the availability of commercial INFOSYS and information services for military use with the G-5 (S-5). The commander, USTRANSCOM is the supporting commander who, with the transportation component commands, provides a complete movement system from origin to initial theater destination. The G-2 (S-2) has coordinating staff responsibility for the staff weather officer. Preparing and maintaining C4OPS estimates, plans, and orders. When augmented, it also provides field services. The SPO medical section then in-forms the BSMC of the requirements and synchronizes the movement of assets. USTAPERSCOM major functions include the following: USTRANSCOM and Transportation Component Commands. The AMDCOORD is responsible for coordinating ARFOR air and missile defense (AMD) activities and plans with the area air defense commander (AADC), joint force air component commander (JFACC), and airspace control authority (ACA). DLA provides logistics and service support to the services through its supply centers and agencies. Ensuring staff work conforms to the mission, commander's guidance, and time available. Staff members determine the amount and type of training needed, and any evaluation requirements. Current command SOPs and, specifically, the internal SOP for the staff member's field of interest. This could include planning for and executing interservice support agreements (ISSAs) for supply, maintenance, and transportation operations. Monitoring unit and enlisted soldier training, and making corrections as necessary. D-36. Napoleon Bonaparte once observed that an army marches on its stomach. Determining requirements for and allocation of training resources. Providing input to the CIMP so the G-6/IMCOORD and the battle staff can provide RI and INFOSYS technical support. FM 54-40 contains additional details on the composition and capabilities of ASGs. Effective procedures provide continuity for completed staff actions and allow staff members and staff sections to accomplish tasks efficiently and effectively. Formulating the concepts of operations and support per the commander's intent. Planners tailor ARFOR sustainment operations to the mission and force requirements, and rely on intratheater lift and distribution-based CSS. D-22. 4-73. Developing annual non-OPTEMPO requirements. Operations involving EPWs and civilian internees (with the PM). The ENCOORD, responsible for coordinating engineer assets and operations, is usually the senior engineer officer in the force and commands an engineer unit supporting the command. Some personal staff officers have responsibilities as special staff officers and work with a coordinating staff officer. Recommending to the G-3 (S-3) initial taskings of assigned, attached, and supporting intelligence collection assets. The following is a brief discussion of those CSS functions performed by the staff. Providing air and missile attack early warning. Examples of such tasks are constructing/maintaining main supply routes (MSRs) (with specific emphasis on LOC bridges), inland petroleum distribution systems (IPDS), forward landing strips, and forward-positioned medical facilities. Assessing the psychological impact of military operations on the enemy and the civilian populace. They also coordinate with any subordinate JTFs, service components, and agency J1 and J4s or equivalent staff officers. A complementary capability adds a capability not previously existing within an organization. Additionally, AMC is the single aerial port manager and, where designated, operator of common-user aerial ports of embarkation (APOEs) and aerial ports of debarkation (APODs). The support operations or materiel officer is the principal staff officer for coordinating logistics and combat health support. Making solatium (compensation for suffering) and other claims payments (with the SJA). Recording and reporting data for information, planning and programming, allocation, and justification (manpower reports). One is normally task-organized to maneuver brigades and battalions. Injecting historical perspective and institutional memory into command activities. Levels of command, size of units, types of equipment, or types of forces do not define the levels of war; the effect or contribution of actions on achieving strategic, operational, or tactical objectives define those levels. Supervising the implementation of RM policies. The commander, USTRANSCOM serves as the DOD single worldwide manager for common-user ports of embarkation and debarkation. The IG is a confidential adviser to the commander. The historian is responsible for coordinating the documentation of the command's historical activities. Interact with personnel organizations in the field, including U.S. Army training centers, U.S. Army garrisons, divisions and corps, installations, and forward deployed bases to ensure policy, procedures, and service delivery systems support operational requirements at all levels. Recommending COAs to minimize friendly and civilian vulnerability, and assessing the probability and effect of NBC-related casualties. Military Evaluation (OER & NCOER) ... while learning new duties and responsibilities â¢ Assess the performance of the rated Soldier, using all reasonable means, to include personal contact, records and reports, and the information provided by the rated officer Rater Counseling. The support structure starts with a nucleus of minimum essential support functions and capabilities focused on force generation. SOO responsibilities include-, D-118. The ACOS, G-3 (S-3) exercises coordinating staff responsibility over special staff officers as listed in figure D-1. Coordinating with the G-7, PAO, and PSYOP officer to ensure disseminated information is not contradictory. Providing safety training to the local civilian labor force. FM 3-05.105 covers CSS for ARSOF. However, the services logistics assets could be subject to the geographic combatant commander exercising directive authority for logistics. Recommending IO effects to influence adversary perceptions, decisions, and actions. The AMDCOORD coordinates the planning and use of all joint air and missile defense systems, assets, and operations, including Army air defense artillery (ADA), JFACC defensive counterair, and Navy/Marine surface-to-air missile systems. Performing nuclear target analysis (corps and above). Providing information services, including publications, printing, distribution, and Freedom of Information Act material. (FM 3-0 and FM 3-90 discuss battles and engagements.) Staff members avoid interfering with the subordinate commander's responsibilities. In coordination with the ASCC/ARFOR Deputy Chief of Staff for Resource Management, it provides staff advice on financial management matters and provides financial management policies and procedures for Army financial management activities in the theater. Planning and monitoring support operations and making adjustments to meet support requirements. Personnel support includes-, D-47. FM 100-22 contains information about the responsibilities of installation staffs. 4-101. Coordinating with the IG and PM on unsafe trends identified during inspections. These tasks include-. A newly-assigned battle staff NCO or radio operator should be able to pick up the TOCSOP, read it and understand what his or her responsibilities are within that TOC. Developing, maintaining, and revising troop lists. Advising the commander on the issues of religion, morals, and morale as affected by religion, including the religious needs of all assigned personnel. Note: Attached, in joint lexicon, simply means a temporary C2 relationship. Facilitating ISR integration by giving the commander and G-3 (S-3) the initial intelligence synchronization plan and helping the G-3 (S-3) develop the initial ISR plan. RM or comptroller responsibilities include-. Providing development and acquisition support to program managers. They analyze and clearly articulate information. G-7 (S-7) responsibilities related to targeting include-. The veterinary officer is responsible for coordinating assets and activities concerning veterinary service within the command. Allocating organic and supporting resources to support PSYOP efforts. Coordinating with the support unit commander on the current and future support capability of that unit. 4-10. (See FM 100-14.). The battalion/squadron provides supply, maintenance, motor transport, and medical support. Managing materiel (OP 4.5), controlling movement (OP 4.5.1), and managing distribution (OP 4.5). The Military Sealift Command (MSC) is a major command of the U.S. Navy. Providing legal advice concerning intelligence activities. A transportation officer is authorized at corps (CTO) and divisions (DTO). 4-7. Transporting official and personal mail to and from forces OCONUS is a MPSA responsibility. Rater Box Check Definition 15 â¢ Excels: Results far surpass expectations. JP 4-01 contains a detailed account of Department of Transportation (DOT) responsibilities. Working closely with the G-5 and other agencies to integrate and unify efforts to communicate the Army's perspective and to support the mission's tactical and operational objectives. Coordinating dental activities with the command surgeon. This support typically includes DS supply (less ammunition, classified map supply, and medical supply and support), DS maintenance, and field services, as well as other support directed by the ARFOR commander through the TSC. 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