STUDENT TEXT U.S. ARMY COMMAND AND GENERAL STAFF COLLEGE

63-2* Fort Leavenworth, KS

 

COMBAT SERVICE SUPPORT AT ECHELONS ABOVE CORPS

 

Contents

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Chapter 1. CONUS Support Base

 

Section I. Organizations for Logistics Operations................................................................................................................ 1-1

 

Para 1-1. General..................................................................................................... 1-1

1-2. General Services Administration........................................................................ 1-1

1-3. Defense Logistics Agency.................................................................................. 1-4

1-4. US Army Materiel Command............................................................................. 1-8

1-5. US Transportation Command............................................................................. 1-15

1-6. USTRANSCOM Component Commands and Direct Reporting Unit................ 1-17

1-7. US Army Medical Command............................................................................. 1-20

1-8. US Total Army Personnel Command................................................................. 1-21

 

Section II. Logistics Implementers........................................................................................................... 1-21

 

Para 1-9. Logistics Civil Augmentation Program............................................................. 1-21

1-10. Logistics Support Element................................................................................. 1-37

 

Chapter 2. Army Service Component Command for Combat Service Support

 

Section I. Logistics Planning.................................................................................................................. 2-1

 

Para 2-1. Logistics Preparation of the Theater........................................................... 2-1

2-2. Developing Support Requirements.................................................................... 2-5

2-3. Establishing a Communications Zone................................................................ 2-7

 

Section II. Echelons Above Corps Organization for CSS......................................................................................................................... 2-8

 

Para 2-4. General................................................................................................................ 2-8

2-5. Numbered Army................................................................................................. 2-9

2-6. Theater Army Area Command........................................................................... 2-10

2-7. TAACOM Area Support Groups....................................................................... 2-11

2-8. Other ASCC Logistics Major Subordinate Commands..................................... 2-12

2-9. Theater Army Special Operations Support Command....................................... 2-13

2-10. Theater Support Command¾ An Emerging Concept......................................... 2-14

 

Chapter 3. Foreign Nation Support

 

Para 3-1. Introduction................................................................................................. 3-1

3-2. General................................................................................................................ 3-1

 

Para 3-3. Host Nation Support.................................................................................. 3-1

3-4. Planning Requirements........................................................................................ 3-2

3-5. Sources of FNS.................................................................................................... 3-3

3-6. Functions Not Appropriate for FNS....................................................................

3-3Chapter 4. Personnel Service Support

 Para 4-1. Introduction................................................................................................. 4-1

4-2. General................................................................................................................ 4-1

4-3. Personnel Support—Theater PERSCOM............................................................. 4-1

4-4. ASCC DCSPER................................................................................................... 4-4

4-5. Finance Command............................................................................................... 4-4

4-6. Resource Management Support........................................................................... 4-5

4-7. Religious Affairs.................................................................................................. 4-7

4-8. Public Affairs....................................................................................................... 4-7

4-9. Legal Support....................................................................................................... 4-8

 

Chapter 5. Combat Health Support

Sec I.

Background.................................................................................................................. 5-1

 

Para 5-1. General........................................................................................................... 5-1

 

Section II.

Echelon IV and V Combat Health Support..................................................................... 5-1

 

Para 5-2. Introduction................................................................................................... 5-1

5-3. Echelons of CHS................................................................................................. 5-2

5-4. Command and Control........................................................................................ 5-2

5-5. Evacuating Patients and Medical Regulating...................................................... 5-3

5-6. Echelon IV (EAC) Hospitalization..................................................................... 5-3

5-7. Echelon V (CONUS) Hospitalization................................................................. 5-5

5-8. Health Service Logistic Support System............................................................ 5-5

5-9. Blood Management............................................................................................ 5-6

5-10. Theater Army Medical Management Information System................................. 5-7

5-11. Medical Intelligence Services............................................................................. 5-7

5-12. CONUS Medical Mobilization........................................................................... 5-8

5-13. CONUS-Based Medical Logistics..................................................................... 5-9

 

Chapter 6. Maintenance Operations

 

Para 6-1. General............................................................................................................... 6-1

6-2. Area Support Group........................................................................................... 6-1

6-3. General Support Maintenance............................................................................ 6-1

6-4. Missile Maintenance.......................................................................................... 6-2

6-5. Aviation Maintenance........................................................................................ 6-2

6-6. Test, Measurement, and Diagnostic Equipment Maintenance Support............. 6-3

6-7. Collection and Classification Company............................................................. 6-3

6-8. Theater Army Materiel Management Center..................................................... 6-4

 

Chapter 7. Transportation Operations

 

Sec I.

Overview......................................................................................................................... 7-1

 

Para 7-1. General.............................................................................................................. 7-1

7-2. Transportation Mission...................................................................................... 7-1

7-3. Transportation Continuum................................................................................. 7-1

Sec II.

ASCC Transportation...................................................................................................... 7-2

 

7-4. ASCC Transportation Organization................................................................... 7-2

7-5. Principles of Movement..................................................................................... 7-4

7-6. Movement Plan and Program............................................................................ 7-5

7-7. Highway Regulation.......................................................................................... 7-6

7-8. Transportation Movement Process.................................................................... 7-7

7-9. Transportation System Organization and Operation......................................... 7-8

7-10. Relationships of Transportation Elements......................................................... 7-11

7-11. Other Transportation Considerations................................................................. 7-12

 

Appendix A. Joint Logistics

 

Para A-1. General.............................................................................................................. A-1

A-2. Responsibilities................................................................................................. A-5

A-3. Supply............................................................................................................... A-7

A-4. Distribution....................................................................................................... A-8

A-5. Maintenance and Salvage................................................................................. A-8

A-6. Facilities Engineering and Base Development................................................. A-8

A-7. Transportation................................................................................................... A-9

A-8. Procurement...................................................................................................... A-9

A-9. Health Services................................................................................................. A-9

A-10. Field Services.................................................................................................... A-9

A-11. Command, Control, Communications, Computer Systems, and

Intelligence Support...................................................................................... A-10

A-12. Security Assistance........................................................................................... A-10

A-13. Wartime Host Nation Support.......................................................................... A-10

A-14. Counterintelligence Support............................................................................. A-11

A-15. Joint Logistics at the Operational Level of War............................................... A-11

A-16. Service Logistic Systems (Army, Navy, Marine Corps and Air Force)........... A-15

 

Appendix B.

Reception, Staging, Onward Movement, and Integration................................................. B-1

 

Para B-1. General............................................................................................................. B-1

B-2. Mission............................................................................................................. B-1

B-3. Mission Environment....................................................................................... B-1

B-4. Army COMMZ Support................................................................................... B-2

B-5. RSOI Process.................................................................................................... B-4

B-6. Reception.......................................................................................................... B-4

B-7. Staging............................................................................................................. B-5

B-8. Onward Movement........................................................................................... B-6

B-9. Integration......................................................................................................... B-7

 

App C.

Glossary.....................................................................................................................C-1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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