In this lesson, you will learn how to identify and update mobilization station UMT
CONDITION: Given the subcourse material for this lesson and a training scenario.
STANDARD: The student will respond with 70% accuracy to the multiple choice
subcourse examination requiring recall and application of instructions.
REFERENCE: The material contained in this lesson was derived from the following
UMT Information Handbook on Mobilization
The Unit Status Reporting System will be used to monitor the effect of the distribution of
assets and identify shortfalls. Each level of command manages assigned assets to achieve
the highest practical level of readiness. The Unit Status Reporting System provides the
basis for determining shortfalls and measuring the difference between actual unit status
and full war-time requirements. The determination of a unit's capability to go to war will
be based on a minimum "C-rating," and whether or not the unit can perform its mission.
Due to resource constraints, not all army units are in a deployable posture. Consequently,
the resource managers (especially logistics and personnel) for the Army must be able to
fill requirements from existing assets within priorities established by HQDA ODCSOPS.
PART A - PERSONNEL REPORTING SYSTEM
1. HQDA ODCSPER.
HQDA ODCSPER will retain responsibility for personnel distribution through
MILPERCEN and coordinating inter-MACOM personnel redistribution.
2. HQDA ODCSLOG.
HQDA ODCSLOG will coordinate, plan for and establish procedures to fill units, theater
reserves and POMCUS sets to those established wartime priorities. The Army Equipment