with available resources, within established priorities. For example:
mobilization station arrival dates, published in the MTBSP, may be changed
by the installation commander (after coordination with the STARC/RSC/unit
(3) Actions are managed on an exception basis. Overloaded communications
and management information systems will not provide complete visibility or
direct control over all war-related actions. Only minimum essential reports
will be rendered on activities accomplished as planned. Commanders will
limit their attention to problems surfaced and required to make changes to
8. The illustrations on the following pages describe the sample formats of a Chaplain
Annex to a mobilization plan with Tab A; a model to a Chaplain Mobilization SOP;
Annex B to AMOPS III - Chaplain Support; Appendix 7 (Chaplain) to Annex E
(Personnel) to FORMDEPS; Annex I (Chaplain) to STARC/RSC Mobilization plan;
Appendix 4 (Family Assistance) to Annex E (Personnel) to FORSCOM Mobilization
Plan with Tab.
CHAPLAIN ANNEX (SAMPLE)
ANNEX ___ (CHAPLAIN ACTIVITIES) TO FORT__________ MOBILIZATION
1. PURPOSE. To provide contingency plans for the Office of the Fort___________
Chaplain in the event of mobilization.
a. Advises the Commander and his staff on all matters of religion, morals and morale
as affected by religion.
b. Monitors, takes appropriate action for, and makes appropriate recommendations to
the Commander and staff concerning personnel within the Chaplain section and under his
supervision. This will include but is not limited to the following:
(1) Make appropriate recommendations for cross-leveling of chaplains assigned to
the installation and mobilized units on the installation to insure proper faith-mix and rank
(a) Faith-mix guidance recommends one Jewish chaplain and four Catholic
chaplains per division with one Protestant chaplain assigned to the remaining spaces. At
least one Catholic chaplain should be assigned to separate brigades with the remaining
spaces allotted to Protestant chaplains.