support the augmentation of the CONUS base and sustainment of the delayed
The three subsystems known as the Mobilized Force are:
o Force Units.
The five subsystems that support the augmentation of the CONUS base are:
o Mobilization Stations.
o Training Base.
o Logistic Support.
o Medical Support.
o Transportation Support.
b. AMOPS Vol II - Strategic Employment of Army Forces.
(1) AMOPS VOL II complements the JSCP. When the JSCP is published
AMOPS VOL II must be revised to reflect current force changes. JSCP
apportions generic above the line forces, whereas AMOPS II specifically
identifies those above the line forces for the supported CINC to use for
planning purposes. In addition, AMOPS II gives the Army planning strategy
for global and regional scenarios.
(2) AMOPS VOL II gives the force apportioned for each global scenario and
each regional scenario. Priorities for each scenario are provided in addition to
the apportioned forces. AMOPS II also identifies the supporting plans for each
major OPLAN. These major OPLANS and their supporting OPLANS are
known as A Family Of Plans. Units will not appear more than once in a family
of plans but may appear more than once in competing families of plans.
c. AMOPS Vol III - Army Mobilization and Deployment Planning Guidance.
(1) AMOPS VOL III provides Army agencies, commands and components of
unified commands the guidance required to plan for mobilization and
deployment of Army forces. This guidance focuses on functional areas
pertaining uniquely to the transition from a peacetime Army to an expanded
phased allocation of resources during mobilization and deployment.
(2) Two basic assumptions are included throughout AMOPS III. Any situation
requiring a mobilization beyond 200,000 personnel will be of sufficient
gravity that a state of national emergency or war will be declared (this is