Staff Planning and Supervision. Personal staff officers work under the immediate control of, and have direct access to, the commander. D-88. 2 FM 6-0, C2 Headquarters Department of the Army Washington, DC, April 2016 Commander and Staff Organization and Operations 1. A G-3 (S-3) is authorized at every echelon from battalion through corps. Providing a terrain visualization mission folder to determine the effects of terrain on friendly and enemy operations. Tracking requirements and disseminating intelligence to satisfy CCIR, then PIRs, FFIR, IRs, and other requirements. Personnel replacement management includes-. Assessing the effects of offensive and defensive IO throughout the operations process; recommending IO adjustments as required. The G-6 (S-6) advises the commander, staff, and subordinate commanders on C4OPS matters. D-44. Providing coordination between the corps and the special operations command and control element, which may co-locate with the main CP. D-7. Performing varied duties, according to the general officer's desires. I Corps, America's Corps. One piece of information alone may not be significant; however, when combined with other information from the common operational picture (COP), it may allow the commander to formulate an accurate commander's visualization and make an appropriate decision. Calculating, analyzing, and disseminating global positioning system (GPS) satellite coverage and accuracy data. Evaluating and disseminating weather products and data, and making products and data available in a client/server fashion to other Army INFOSYS. 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. Coordinating actions and taskings of special staff officers across the entire staff. Maintaining the unit readiness status of each unit in the command. Providing US and non-US pay functions involving military, DOD civilian, foreign national, HN, civilian internee, EPW, and travel and miscellaneous pay. Conducting formal, on-site manpower and equipment surveys. Current Operations. Providing physical security guidance for commanders. 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. Integrating ISR into the concept of operations. Staffs continuously provide relevant information (RI) to their respective commanders on the progress of operations. The support operations officer or materiel officer provides technical supervision for the CSS mission of the support command and is the key interface between the supported unit and support command. Advising the commander and staff about individual, team, or crew replacements, and replacement-system operations. Advising the commander on using all engineer assets. Staff estimates always include recommendations for anticipated decisions. Preparing the engineer battlefield assessment in assisting the G-2 (S-2) with IPB. Planning administrative troop movements (with the G-3 [S-3]). During preparation and execution, commanders use recommendations from running estimates in decisionmaking. Coordinating with the G-7 to integrate EW into IO. D-101. Supervising forward air controllers and the tactical air control party. First day I had staff duty and then a detail an hour after we got off of that detail. Staff sections prepare and maintain running estimates to help commanders make decisions. An MDO is authorized at corps and divisions. Identifying and helping solve systemic problems. Publishing the OPSEC appendix to the IO annex to orders and plans. Assistant Chief of Staff, G-3 (S-3), Operations. D-92. The COS provides this report to other staff members. Hours of work. Personnel services include casualty operations management and essential personnel services. D-9. Retasking and refocusing collection assets during execution (considering recommendations from the rest of the staff). Planning and coordinating airspace use with the AVCOORD, ALO, FSCOORD, assistant G-3 (S-3) (air), and other airspace users. Staffs collect, process, store, display, and disseminate information that flows continuously into their headquarters. Staff activities focus on assisting the commander in mission accomplishment. Advising the commander on possible hazards and effects of low-level hazards, such as, low-level radiation and toxic industrial material (with the surgeon). Exercising staff supervision over and providing technical assistance to dental activities. Assisting the staff on budget methods and formats; techniques of preparation, resource synchronization, presentation, and analysis; and developing workload information, expense (cost) factors, cost capturing, and statistics. Maintaining and reporting radiation exposure and dose status, and coordinating with surgeon. Performing or providing religious rites, sacraments, ordinances, services, and pastoral care and counseling to nurture the living, care for casualties, and honor the dead. Coordinating air defense sensor management. One is normally task-organized to maneuver brigades and battalions. Ensure a thorough understanding of the commander's intent. Targeting. Facilitating staff presentation of RI according to quality criteria of accuracy, timeliness, usability, completeness, precision, and reliability. No officer exercises coordinating staff responsibility over the chaplain. Assessing and reporting military occupational specialty (MOS) shortfalls and personnel readiness issues to the G-1/AG (S-1). Providing AWOL and desertion statistical data to the G-1/AG through the G-3. Providing support teams to maneuver elements when Navy ships have a direct support mission. Advising on health and operational risks of animal disease, including possible biological warfare events. Coordination by staff members includes-. Operations and plans includes-, D-60. Coordinating, planning, and directing all command IA activities. D-102. Supervising the command's historical activities. Coordinating with other members of the IO cell to ensure OPSEC coverage and dissemination of OPSEC measures. Determining liaison requirements, establishing liaison information exchange requirements, and receiving liaison teams. Briefing adversary and friendly EW vulnerabilities for each COA. The SWO is an Air Force officer or noncommissioned officer who leads a combat weather team of two or more personnel. The G-7 (S-7) has coordinating staff responsibility for the following staff officers: D-86. Assessing the probability and effect of NBC-related casualties. Identifying enemy intelligence collection capabilities, such as efforts targeted against the unit. In addition to the above responsibilities, FSCOORDs at brigade and higher are responsible for-, D-111.
Commanders at every echelon are authorized or appoint an EOA. Headquarters management includes-.
The RI officer operates in close coordination with each section. Discipline, law, and order (coordinates with the G-1/AG (S-1) on appropriate administrative procedures). Formulating the concepts of operations and support per the commander's intent. Administering civilian personnel management laws and regulations. D-15. Army Regulation 25-1, Army Information Technology, 25 June 2013 Army Regulation 600-8-105, Military Orders, 28 October 1994 Army Regulation 640-30, Photographs for Military Human Resources Records, 18 September 2008 Army Regulation 360-1, Army Public Affairs Program, 25 May 2011 Army Regulation 623-3, Evaluation Reporting System, 4 November 2015. Military Deception Officer. Assisting soldiers, Army civilians, family members, retirees, and other members of the force who seek help with Army-related problems. Administrative movements, including onward movement from ports of debarkation, CSS movements, and other movements the G-3 directs. Coordinating the transportation, storage, handling, and disposal of hazardous material or hazardous waste. Stationing subordinate finance units, equipped with their supporting systems, to support battlefield procurement and pay operations. Directing the disposal of captured enemy supplies and equipment (after coordination with the G-2 [S-2]). Coordinating with the ENCOORD, G-2 (S-2), G-5 (S-5), and surgeon to establish environmental vulnerability protection levels. Identifying requirements for additional units, personnel, equipment, or support. Accounting for military personnel individually. 0
The G-6 (S-6) has the following staff planning and supervisory responsibilities: Assistant Chief of Staff, G-7, Information Operations. Recommending use of resources to accomplish maneuver and support, including resources required for MD. Intelligence Tasks. Determining requirements for and allocation of training resources. (See FM 5-0.) Coordinating with the S-4 to track available CSS capabilities and assets. The veterinary officer is responsible for coordinating assets and activities concerning veterinary service within the command. Psychological Operations Officer. Coordinating with the G-3 (S-3), G-2 (S-2), and ENCOORD to requisition cataloged topographic foundation data and existing mission-specific data sets from the Defense Logistics Agency. Headquarters Management. Performing chief financial officer training and reviews, and audit compliance services. The chaplain advises the commander on matters of religion, morals, and morale as affected by religion, and on the impact of indigenous religions on military operations. Helping the G-1/AG administer discipline, law, and order, including-. ), D-109. Preparing, maintaining, and updating IM estimates, plans, and orders (per the CIMP). Supplementation of this regulation and establishment of command and local forms are prohibited without prior approval from Deputy Chief of Staff, G–1 (DAPE–MPA), 300 Army … Helping the commander ensure that all soldiers have the opportunity to exercise their religion. Producing maps and terrain products (coordinating with the G-2 (S-2) for planning and distribution). Providing counsel and guidance to NCOs and other enlisted soldiers. D-103. Establishing plans, policies, and procedures for developing and implementing the command budget. Judgment and experience are major factors in recognizing problems. 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. Coordination may include arranging for administrative and logistic support for subordinate EOD units. FSCOORD responsibilities include-, D-110. 0000001378 00000 n
Formulating the combat health support plan. Maintaining communications with subordinate unit NCOs and other enlisted soldiers, through the NCO support channel. Coordinating health support requirements for NBC operations with the surgeon. Staffs continually identify current and future problems or issues that affect mission accomplishment. Imagine that! FM 100-22 contains information about the responsibilities of installation staffs. Safety officer responsibilities include-, D-116. Coordinating Staff Responsibility. Participating in targeting meetings and developing applicable targeting products. Organizing and equipping units, to include estimating the numbers and types of units to organize and the priority for phasing in or replacing personnel and equipment. 0000000476 00000 n
Identifying requirements that can be met through contracting. Question about 24 hour staff duty and regulation on having the next day off. The NETOPS officer integrates mission information applications with INFOSYS and communications and computer operations of the warfighting information network. An AVCOORD is authorized at corps and divisions. Developing, with the commander and G-3 (S-3), a concept of fires to support the operation. An LNO is responsible for representing the commander at the headquarters of another command to coordinate and promote cooperation between the two commands. Corps are authorized a veterinary officer. Advising on the effects of the medical threat-including, environmental, endemic, and epidemic diseases; nuclear, biological, and chemical (NBC) weapons; and directed-energy devices-on personnel, rations, and water. Planning and ensuring that deployed nonmilitary INFOSYS are open and nonproprietary, with commonly accepted standards and protocols that interoperate with military INFOSYS. Training. Maintaining a personnel information database. All staff members examine the action from the perspective of their individual fields of interest and that of the commander to determine the optimal COA. Coordinating with the assistant G-3 (PSYOP) and G-5 to ensure disseminated information is not contradictory. var d = new Date();
Assessment actions by staff members include-, MANAGING INFORMATION WITHIN FIELDS OF INTEREST. Distributing the MD plan on a need-to-know basis. Coordinating for security investigations of local-hire linguists. Providing a PSYOP representative to IO cell meetings.
In corps, divisions, and selected brigades, the G-7 (S-7) and other coordinating staff officers assist the COS with information operations (IO) responsibilities. A G-2 (S-2) is authorized at every echelon from battalion through corps. Developing a prioritized adversary C2 target list based on high-value targets and HPTs (with the FSCOORD). ), D-96. 0000001595 00000 n
Getting pregnant while on active duty in the U.S. Army does not mean that you must give up your military career. G-6 (S-6) responsibilities related to NETOPS include-, D-78. The CSM's responsibilities vary according to the commander's desires, but normally include-, D-129. Debriefing friendly personnel when necessary. Operations and Plans. Coordinating and directing terrain management. Ensuring IO supports achieving information superiority. Preparing reports on command veterinary activities. Assessing the information requirements and expectations of the Army and the public, monitoring media and public opinion, and evaluating the effectiveness of public affairs plans and operations. Staff members follow a systematic approach, weighing each new item of information in relation to other available information. When staff members return to the sending headquarters, they make a brief oral or written report to their staff principal, the chief of staff (COS), or the commander. %PDF-1.4 % The latest technologies high quality electronic pubs and forms view U.S. Army Regulations and DA Forms. Providing technical advice and assistance on using Army aviation for evacuation (medical or other). Supervising the command and personnel security programs. A SOCOORD is normally authorized only on corps staffs. Providing technical supervision and training of legal personnel in the command and its subordinate units. Providing integrated and independent progress and statistical reports and analyses of command programs. Organization for combat, resource allocations, and command and support relationships. Supervising the development, training resource synchronization, evaluation, revision, defense, and execution of the command budget estimate and the program objective memorandum (POM). D-84. D-40. Performing nuclear target analysis (corps and above). D-120. Calculating and recommending to the G-3 (S-3) basic and prescribed loads, and helping the G-3 (S-3) determine RSRs. The responsibilities of the support operations officer or materiel officer include-. These recommendations are for information and assistance only. 432 9
Operating and maintaining the airlift advance notification or coordination net. Establishing and maintaining flexible intelligence architecture during normal garrison activities. Conducting liaison with media representatives to provide accreditation, mess, billet, transport, and escort as authorized and appropriate. Dental Surgeon. Personal staff officers when functioning as special staff officers. Ensuring the staff renders assistance to subordinate commanders and staffs. Coordinating on EPW and civilian internee pay support, and financial aspects of weapons bounty programs (with the finance officer and RM). Memorial Day: Per paragraph 1-10 of AR 600-25. Administrative support for military and civilian personnel, including leaves, passes, counseling, transfers, awards, and personal affairs. Office of the Assistant Chief of Staff for Installation Management Headquarters, Department of the Army DAIM-ISH. Recommending OPSEC measures, based on weighing the risks to the mission against the cost of protection. Monitoring the maintenance, personnel, and equipment status, and advising the commander and responsible coordinating staff officer. Coordinating with interagency department engineers, such as the FBI engineer. Conducting police intelligence operations, including activities related to the collection, assessment, development, and dissemination of police intelligence products. Participating in execution of ISR operations, as integrated by the G-3 (S-3) and synchronized by the G-2 (S-2). Coordinating, planning, and directing the establishment of C2-system architectures that provide a sound foundation for current and future IM (with the G-3 [S-3] and the staff). Coordinating, planning, and directing communications security (COMSEC) measures, including the operation of the information assurance systems security office (IASSO). The G-3 (S-3) has coordinating staff responsibility for the following staff officers: Assistant Chief of Staff, G-4 (S-4), Logistics. On Memorial Day, the national flag will be displayed at half staff from reveille until noon at all Army installations. Providing military justice advice and performing military justice duties prescribed in the. D-2. 440 0 obj<>stream
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The CSM is responsible for providing the commander with personal, professional, and technical advice on enlisted soldier matters and the NCO corps as a whole. Directly supervising the main command post (CP) and headquarters cell, including, displacement, protection, security, and communications. D-71. Coordinating weather support procedures (both for garrison and during deployments) before deployment with the supported Army command. A legal support element-including at least a judge advocate-deploys in direct support of each brigade-level task force. Secretary of the General Staff. Examples include maintaining-. A CHEMO is authorized at every echelon, from battalions through corps. D-32. The G-5 (S-5) establishes the civil-military operations center, evaluates civil considerations during mission analysis (identifying the civil centers of gravity), and prepares the groundwork for transitioning the AO from military to civilian control. D-63. They are thoroughly prepared to recommend the best COA from the perspective of their individual fields of interest. The historian, normally an Army civilian, is authorized at corps and divisions. Advising the commander on the capabilities, limitations, and use of theater, strategic, national, and commercial space assets. The EWO is normally a military intelligence officer who performs EW duties. I cannot find one anywhere. Coordinating customs and counterdrug activities. G-6 (S-6) responsibilities related to C4OPS (general) include-. Developing and maintaining effective financial and management controls, procedures, and systems for the best use of resources. Casualty reporting, notification, and assistance. D-3. Submitting taskings for OPSEC tasks to subordinate units through the G-7 (S-7) to the G-3 (S-3). Monitoring administrative controls for accounting and reporting receipt and disbursement of public funds, including special contingency funds. Transportation officer responsibilities include-. Coordinating staff officers coordinate actions for the commander and for special staff sections over which they are assigned coordinating staff responsibility. Corps and divisions are authorized a dental surgeon. Providing safety training to the local civilian labor force. Coordinating the use of medical laboratory services by veterinary personnel. Requesting support for higher and adjacent unit intelligence collection, processing, and production. Advising the commander on employing military units that can perform CMO missions. D-23. Rucking For Life October 9, 2020; Local Community Leaders visit JBLM October 9, 2020; Indo-Pacific Deployment completed with zero COVID cases October 9, 2020 Planning, coordinating, and managing chemical and radiological survey and monitoring operations. OPSEC officer responsibilities include-, D-124. Helping the commander develop the unit's mission essential task list (METL). 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.
Recommending and implementing the commander's counterfire (including radar zones) and other target engagement priorities. Special staff officers are listed under the staff officer exercising coordinating staff responsibility over them. Providing input to supported units on the logistic estimate and service support annex to orders and plans. Monitoring commercial accounts, including paying for supplies, equipment, and services procured to support the CSS BOS. Determining maintenance workload requirements, less medical (with the support command). Inspectors normally prepare a written report for their commander and furnish a copy to the inspected unit. Conducting PSYOP to support the overall operation. Fielding new weapons and equipment systems (force modernization). Advising the commander on unit intelligence production capabilities and limitations. Coordinating, planning, and directing communications protocols and user interfaces from within the Global Information Grid (GIG) to the Tactical Internet, for all BOSs. D-58. startxref
Establishing and providing automation configuration management for all INFOSYS hardware/software employed by the command. Coordinating the selection of, and recommending to the G-3 (S-3), main supply routes (MSRs) and logistic support areas (with the ENCOORD). The SOCOORD is responsible for coordinating and integrating special operations forces (SOF) activities. 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 CSM is a member of the commander's personal staff by virtue of being the command's senior noncommissioned officer (NCO). Staff coordination results in making certain that staff actions and subordinate unit operations fit together in an integrated whole to achieve a unified effort. Participating in intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR) planning. Below corps level, a command normally receives a special operations liaison team to fulfill the SOCOORD's responsibilities. Helping translate the commander's intent, concept of operations, and initial CCIR into the initial focus and intent for collection. Dental surgeon responsibilities include-, D-95. %PDF-1.4
Integrating nonlethal fires, including offensive IO, into the concept of fires and concept of operations (from input by the G-7 [S-7] at targeting meetings). D-21. Commanders at all echelons, battalion through corps, are authorized or appoint an OPSEC officer. Advising the command and coordinating with the G-5 (S-5) on public health issues involving military operations. D-26. Intelligence readiness includes-, D-51. The G-4 (S-4) has coordinating staff responsibility for the transportation officer.
Coordinating across the entire staff while assessing the effect of enemy NBC-related attacks and hazards on current and future operations. Reviewing and recommending joint force counterair ROE and procedures (with the SJA). C4 Operations (General). Directing and supervising automation management functions, a subset of INFOSYS. Network Operations. Coordinating civilian claims against the US Government with the SJA. This RI helps commanders achieve situational understanding. Veterinary officer responsibilities include-. Planning and initiating procedures to verify and report enemy first use of NBC agents (with the surgeon). Providing legal advice and assistance concerning contracts, health care, environmental matters, and compensation matters. Corps and divisions are authorized a finance officer. Coordinating and synchronizing ARFOR AMD with joint force AMD. Aviation Coordinator. Intelligence Synchronization. Every staff has special staff officers. Specific responsibilities of the G-1/AG (S-1) include manning, personnel services, personnel support, and headquarters management. If no PSYOP officer is assigned, the commander of an attached PSYOP support element may assume the PSYOP officer's responsibilities. Recommending C2-related essential elements of friendly information (EEFI). Intelligence Readiness. The PM is usually the senior military police officer in the command. The safety officer is responsible for coordinating safety activities throughout the command. D-87. Any injuries will be reported to the First Sergeant immediately. The ACOS, G-7 (S-7) is the principal staff officer for all matters concerning information operations, including current operations, plans, and IO-related targeting. D-28. If the subordinate commander misunderstands the higher commander's orders, staff members provide additional information and guidance to the subordinate commander or staff. Valid conclusions are relevant to the topic, objective, and supported by data. Advising the commander and staff concerning, and supervising the management and administration of, the civilian employee personnel management program within the command. Receiving and accommodating visitors and augmentees. ARMY. Ensure complete and coherent staff actions. Coordinating the activities of the Army space support team (ARSST) supporting the command. Evaluating collection reporting and intelligence. Coordinating religious support with unit ministry teams of higher and adjacent headquarters, other Services, and multinational forces. Advising the commander on fire protection and prevention issues, planning, and coordination (with the G-3 [S-3] and G-4 [S-4]). Coordinating support of dislocated civilian operations with the G-5. Capabilities, limitations, and employment of supporting forces. Monitoring the execution of instructions, plans, and orders. Managing the digital terrain data storage device (coordinates with the G-2 [S-2] for planning and distribution). Rewards and punishments; and disposition of stragglers. Assessing and recommending news, entertainment, and information needs of soldiers and home station audiences. The G-5 (S-5) is responsible for enhancing the relationship between Army forces and the civil authorities and people in the AO. Managing the organization and administration of the headquarters. Synchronizing and coordinating offensive and defensive IO with the overall operation. Forwarding and coordinating EW support targets with the G-2. Planning and monitoring support operations and making adjustments to meet support requirements. They also offer recommendations to each other and subordinate commanders. This regulation applies to all elements of the Active Army in the NCR. Coordinating staff officers frequently designate members of their sections as action officers. Developing plans and standby directives for procuring, using, and administering the civilian labor force and using local labor in foreign areas during emergencies (with other staff members). D-74. Coordinating transportation assets for other Services. Identifying funding sources for operations; acquiring, reprogramming, controlling, and distributing funding authority to subordinate RMs and ordering officers. Facilitating the dynamic retasking of space-based assets to support current and future operations. Evaluating enemy PSYOP efforts and the effectiveness of friendly PSYOP on target groups (with the G-2 and G-5). Each staff member performs administrative procedures. The staff contributes to making and executing timely decisions. Recommending to the G-3 (S-3) the ADA ammunition RSR. The latest technologies high quality electronic pubs and forms view U.S. Army Regulations and DA Forms. ARFOR AMD plans are deconflicted and synchronized with the AADC's area air defense plan, the JFACC's joint air operations plan and daily air tasking order (ATO), and the ACA's airspace control plan and daily airspace control order (ACO). The COS helps the commander prepare subordinate units for future employment. 25. Providing intelligence support to battle damage assessment. A G-7 is authorized at corps and divisions. Developing and implementing the commander's religious support program. Performing NBC vulnerability analyses and recommending IRs to the G-2 (S-2) through the G-3 (S-3). Humanitarian civil assistance and disaster relief. D-75. Change No. Assessing the effects of collection by maintaining requirements visibility, asset visibility, and ISR assessment capability. Does anyone know a regulation that covers "excemption" of S1/42As from pulling Staff Duty?
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