ARNG 55-1 PDF

Performance Steps. 1. Identify Preparation Requirements for a Unit Movement. 2. Review FORSCOM/ARNG Regulation 3. Prepare for Customs Inspection. FM tation staff officer; and transportation officer as . FM In addition, the theater army commander assigns to TASCOM the. Chapter 2. Roles and Responsibilities. INTRODUCTION. This chapter identifies the roles and responsibilities for the execution of transportation functions.

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This responsibility includes coordinating and resourcing the Army force for its movement to theater destination. The Web address is http: The FHWA, in coordination with the state highway departments and organized users of highways, develops an emergency highway traffic regulation plan.

Army execution of transportation functions differ based on the regional responsibilities of the combatant commands.

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Completion of the online course does not result in certification. These personnel need to be trained. A cargo transfer company may be used when the tonnage programmed is within the capability of this unit.

In the area of transportation, the ASCC is specifically responsible for the following:. Hazardous cargo certifiers must be trained by a DOD approved school, or by DOD approved instructors at the unit location, on applicable regulations for all modes within the past 24 months. Under these circumstances, state and local governments comply with federal control measures to assure that interstate and international movements flow without interruptions.

This corporation is responsible for keeping the Armg sections of the St. STARCs manage military highway movements and coordinate with federal and state civil agencies reserve unit mobilization needs. Similiarly, addind the word “functional” to CINC or commander, describes a combatant commander of a unified command with functional responsibilities.

5-51 Department of Energy assures the availability of crude oil, petroleum products, solid fuels, natural gas, and gaseous liquids. However, this role is only visible to the US military when there is DOD involvement in response to a domestic emergency.

These personnel must also receive refresher training every two years in order to continue to certify shipments of hazardous materials for transportation.

FORSCOM Regulation 55-1 1989 (OBSOLETE) : Transportation and travel (unit movement planning).

Chapter 5 contains additional information and describes this function at the three levels of war. The certification training is offered at the following locations:. Commanders of unified commands may establish subordinate unified commands when so authorized by the Secretary of Defense through the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.

Telephone DSN or commercial Mail is one of the most important commodities moved during the conduct of a military operation. Tailored to the operation, the ASCC acquires a transportation composite group or a terminal battalion. Chapter 4 contains additional information and describes this function at the three levels of war. A recommendation usually goes with the referral of the problem. In the area of transportation, supporting CINCs have the following responsibilities:.

Enter Your Email Address. MARAD is also responsible for acquiring and maintaining ships during emergencies. The DOT executes its emergency programs through several agencies. USACOM, in addition to its regional responsibilities, is responsible for joint training, readiness of CONUS based forces for deployment, and force packaging in support of other regional combatant commanders.

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DSBs do not perform anrg loading operations. The CJCS transportation role is primarily strategic in nature. Depending on the size of the force deployed, the ASCC will have staff elements to assist in the accomplishment of its transportation responsibilities. Commanders of Army installations and garrisons, using the resources of their ITO TMO, are responsible for planning and executing the physical movement of tenant units.

This shipping consists of inactive assets. The USCG is responsible for maritime and inland waterway security, port security, and safety including navigational aids.

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These aspects include the following:. It assists unit and installation personnel armg preparing for and expediting unit movements and supporting unit actions. One of its primary responsibilities is safety. The MARAD administers programs related to ocean and Great Lakes shipping and arnv deep water activities including seaports, shipbuilding, and repair facilities. The DMCs, working within the SMCC, collects, arrng, and combines all DOD-organic highway movements to coordinate with other local, state, and federal officials the unit requirements for mobilization and deployment.

It also includes advice on requirements for Army transportation units to provide a movement control terminal and mode operation capability in support of the system. Battalions and companies, depending on local regulations or standard operating procedures SOPsnormally require a number of soldiers be appointed and trained in unit movement operations, hazardous material HAZMAT certification, aircraft and rail loading, and air load planning.

The Army Corps of Engineers also performs a transportation staff function. It provides common-user airlift transportation services to deploy, employ, and sustain US forces on a global basis.