concept of operations explaining the role of all headquarters, missions, and
responsibilities; wartime asset redistribution procedures; guidance for
validation; and specific mobilization planning guidance for each
Part 2 - Deployment Guide. This document provides guidance and assigns
responsibilities for installations and deploying units. It includes the
reception of units in the overseas theater. It outlines responsibilities for
unit deployment including direct deployment and modified deployment.
Part 3 - RC Unit Commanders Handbook. This document is designed to be
a single source document and directs specific actions for RC unit
commanders. It provides planning information and requirements necessary
to alert, mobilize, and move an RC unit to its mobilization station.
Part 4 - Installation Commanders Handbook. This document has two
sections. Section I is the directive for preparing installation mobilization
plans. Section II contains mobilization and deployment planning and
execution items with a brief discussion of requirements and appropriate
references. This section serves as a guide for the mobilization station
commander to ensure all aspects of mobilization and deployment are
considered in planning.
Part 5 - STARC/RSC Handbook. This document contains mobilization
planning instructions and the format to be used.
Part 6 - Mobilization Support System. This document provides concise
descriptions of mobilization systems and discusses the carrier/hardware
systems and functional requirements within each system. Furthermore, it
represents graphically the interconnectivity of all systems.
Part 7 - Total Mobilization. This document is based on the HQDA Total
Volume IV - Emergency, Operations. This volume consists of two parts as
Part 1 - HQ FORSCOM Wartime Plan. This document is an internal plan
for operating HQ FORSCOM in an emergency. It addresses the transition
of the FORSCOM headquarters to wartime operations.
Part 2 - Crisis Action Procedures. This document provides internal
procedures for HQ FORSCOM staff for executing mobilization and
deployment plans. It describes the crisis action team and crisis planning
team concept, organization, and responsibilities. It defines HQ
FORSCOM crisis action responsibilities and must be used with other
FORMDEPS volumes, supporting plans, and emergency action