commands, Continental Armies, Installations, and Reserve Component Headquarters for
the execution of FORSCOM missions. It implements the provisions found in AMOPES.
The specific hour on D-Day at which a particular operation commences. The highest
command or headquarters coordinating the planning will specify the exact meaning of H-
Hour within the aforementioned definition.
22. Home Station.
The assigned permanent location of ARNG armory or USAR reserve center.
23. Inactive Duty Training (IDT).
Authorized training performed by a member of a Reserve Component not on active duty
or active duty for training and consisting of regularly scheduled unit training assemblies
(UTA), additional training assemblies, and periods of appropriate duty or equivalent
24. Individual Mobilization Augmentee (IMA).
A member of the Individual Ready Reserve who is preselected, pretrained, and assigned
an IMA who also performs monthly IDT at his command.
25. Individual Ready Reserve (IRR).
Members of the Ready Reserve who are not assigned to the Selected Reserve and who
are not on active duty.
26. Industrial Mobilization.
The transformation of industry from its peacetime activity to the industrial program
necessary to support the national military objectives. It includes the mobilization of
materiel, labor, capital, production facilities, and contributory items and services essential
to the industrial program.
27. Initial Active Duty Training (IADT).
The first period of active duty for initial individual training prescribed by law or
regulation (for nonprior service enlistees).
28. Joint Operations Planning Execution System (JOPES).
Establishes policies and procedures for the development, coordination, dissemination,
review, and approval of joint operation plans. It also provides policies and procedures for
execution planning in emergency and time sensitive situations, including the creation of
an operations order.
29. Latest Arrival Date.