(2) RSC and TAG/STARC should send separate unclassified mobilization
data sheets to the units involved. Mobilization data sheets should be reviewed
carefully for content before transmitted. Only minimum information,
necessary for a subordinate unit to plan for mobilization, should be provided
the subordinate. Information required only at higher levels of command
should remain there. The purpose of this is not to restrict units from receiving
information that they need, but to ensure that sensitive mobilization planning
information is only handled by those commanders/ staffs with a need to know.
(3) Particular care should be exercised at conferences and workshops to
properly safeguard classified information and material. Operations security
(OPSEC) should be maximized to prevent unauthorized disclosure of both
sensitive unclassified and classified information.
(4) As with all information dissemination, the final responsibility for
classification rests with the originator. In each case, the amount of information
released and accompanying verbage must be analyzed and common sense
used in applying classification guidance. Storage requirements and personnel
security clearances must be adjusted accordingly.
l. Schedule for Submission of MTBSP correction/update data.
(1) UNITREP Data - As required by FORSCOM/TRADOC Regulation 525-3.
(2) Deployment Data - As generated from OPLAN TPFDDs.
(3) Mobilization station changes from CONUSA to FORSCOM - 30 April
(4) MDATE, MBODD, and MBSAD - 31 March annually.
(5) CI Location and MCMD - 31 March annually.
The following items will test your knowledge of the material covered in this lesson.
There is only one correct answer for each item. When you have completed the exercise,
check your answers with the answer key that follows. If you answer any item incorrectly,
study again that part of the lesson which contains the portion involved.