Operational – Combatant Commander’s
Tactical – Operational Level Commanders
• Advises the commander on support requirements versus support assets available.
• Principal staff officer for coordinating logistical reach operations for supported units and the BN.
• Provides the technical supervision for the BDE’s external sustainment mission.
• Requests and coordinates augmentation with the higher echelon when requirements exceed capabilities.
• Determines which reach resources can be directly coordinated and which must be passed to the next higher support level for coordination.
• Continually updates logistics reach requirements based on the logistics plan.
commands (ESC), sustainment brigades, combat sustainment support battalions, and other modular sustainment formations. Sustainment brigades, functional groups, combat sustainment support battalions, and functional sustainment units serve as the building blocks of the force structure designed to execute TSC missions within the theater.
4. Pacific (Japan/korea)
5. SWA (southwest asia)
• ABS – Automated Battle Book System
• DRRS-A/ NETUSR – Unit Status Reports
• Since this process serves to complete movement of the network into theater, it is considered a transportation function.
o Ex: Kuwait
Class VIII supply procedures
Assume and provide the full spectrum of Combat Health Support (CHS)
• Active Army or federally activated state operated installations that strategically deploy individuals from all services, the civilian force and mobilized reserve components.
• PSPs house training facilities and heavy equipment for units.
• Must Have:
Warehousing to support basic loads
Medical Mental health services
Mass fatality management
USTRANSCOM that manages the defense transportation system
The Geographic Combatant Commander that manages and directs the theater distribution system
Executes logistics operations limited in scale and scope
Conducts logistics operations in accordance with TSC plans, policies, programs, and mission guidance
Plans and executes sustainment, distribution, theater opening, and reception, staging, and onward movement
Provide Common User Log Support
Conduct Redeployment Activities
• Provide centralized management of the distribution system across the theater (operational to tactical)
• Integrate strategic sources, contractors and other agencies into the sustainment mission
• establish the support procedures and functional relationships to sustain multinational forces in a joint operations area (open a theater)
◦ The Support Operations Transportation Section
◦ The local Convoy Support Centers
◦ The Combat Sustainment Support Battalion
◦ The Distribution Management Centers
◦ Brigade Distribution – A Co., BSB
3. Execution – discusses how Logistics mission will be executed
4. Sustainment – Refer to Annex “F” for sustainment
5. Command and Control
Appendix 1- Logistics (G-4, S-4)
Appendix 2- Personnel Services Support
Appendix 3- Army Health System Support (Surgeon)
Provide hospitalization services for all classes of patients within the Corps
Personnel: 138 Total – OFFICERS 50 – ENLISTED 88
• 24-hour stand alone ops for 72 hours (w/aug from HHD, EEHE)
• EMT (receive, triage, and prepare incoming patients for surgery)
• Surgical capability (general and orthopedic )
o 2 OR tables / 36 operating table hours per day
• Hospitalization for 44 patients
o 2 ICU (24 beds)
o 1 ICW (20 beds)
• Clinical laboratory services to include basic microbiology screening
• Blood banking
• Radiology services
• Patient administration, logistical and nutritional care services
• Hospital Ministry
• Unit maintenance
• 100% Tactical Mobility
This unit provides organic transportation required for
mission accomplishment of the Hospital Company (84-Bed),
– This unit does not perform unit maintenance on organic equipment
– This unit is dependent upon personnel assigned to the EEHE to sign for vehicles at port of arrival.
General and medical supplies and maintenance;
blood management; utilities such as water distribution, waste disposal, and environmental control of patient treatment areas; power and vehicle maintenance;
equipment records and repair parts; fuel distribution
Coordinates with sustainment brigade (SB)/ theater support command (TSC) elements for materiel handling equipment (MHE) for movement of the hospital’s Deployable Medical System (DEPMEDS) equipment.
Maintains the unit property book.
Establishes a temporary morgue for handling remains until transported to the supporting mortuary affairs (MA) organization.
Coordinates with SB/TSC the to ensure each RTD soldier has or is issued one basic serviceable uniform and also for the transportation of RTD soldiers to the replacement companies.
Coordinates patient movement item (PMI) requirements with the supporting MEDLOG Company.
Plans and coordinates contractual support requirements for the hospital (e.g., food service, laundry and bath, general housekeeping and medical maintenance).
Outpatient specialty clinic services
Additional hospitalization for up to 40 patients consisting of two ICWs
Augmentation to company headquarters and supply and services section
Seven days of supplies maintained in the MMS Medical Supply
When augmented by HQ SECTION, HOSPITALIZATION AUGMENTATION ELEMENT, provides laundry services for patient related linens and coordinates with the supporting element for all other laundry support. Limitations: This unit cannot stand alone and is dependent on the EEHE for field feeding, power generation, and unit maintenance.
Purpose & Evolution of the Enterprise
Power of the Enterprise
Nesting & Alignment of Strategy Maps (Army MED & DMLE)
Enterprise SWOT & Pearls of Wisdom