c. If the RDYLD equals 45, the unit is a quick fix force (QFF); is
fenced to perform "critical" interim mission related installation support
and is available for deployment on day 45. These units must be
prepared for deployment by the RDYLD or earlier if circumstances
d. These data are machine generated based on planning models and
OPLAN TFPDDs, therefore, elective changes cannot be made.
i. Clarification Guidance.
HQ FORSCOM is primarily interested in displaying unit stationing and mobilization
data to facilitate mobilization planning at the various echelons of command. This
classification guidance is not designed to restrict the flow of wartime information.
Rather, it is to preclude unauthorized disclosure of U.S. Forces task organized to
support specific wartime missions. It is the responsibility of all to safeguard this
sensitive information and to limit disclosure on a need-to-know basis.
j. Specific Guidance.
(1) Basic Unit Identity Data derived from the UNITREP File is Unclassified
when treated singularly or in list form.
(2) ROBCOs by themselves are not classified IAW 11-38. The classification
of lists drawn from computer data bases using ROBCOs will be determined by
the composition of the list of forces. The preparing headquarters will use AR
380-90 as a guide.
(3) General statements of deployment locations for USAR and ARNG unit
(e.g., "TO EUROPE") are unclassified. Deployment locations for these units
are unclassified if these locations are the current locations of their respective
gaining commands. Information reflecting deployment locations of a USAR
or ARNG unit that is not the same as the current location of the gaining
commands will be classified secret. A deployment area identified with the
related OPLAN is classified based on guidance in the OPLAN involved.
(4) MDATE, MBODD, and MBSAD are unclassified singularly or in list
(5) RDYLD, EDDS, and EDDA by themselves are unclassified. When
groupings of units (Troop Lists) are created, they are treated IAW Paragraph
5A, AR 380-90.
(6) SLADs and ALADs are classified SECRET.
k. Additional Guidelines.
(1) Automated retrievals of information extracted from the WWMCCS
requires a subjective review as to classification. A determination must be
made on a case-by-case basis by the user.