e. Chaplain Candidates.
Chaplain Candidates are not mobilization assets.
PART B - DEPLOYABLE CHAPLAIN ASSETS/SHORTFALLS
It is essential that all MS chaplains be able to identify arrival times of deployable assets
in order to determine shortfall and properly prepare a training program. Likewise,
CONUSA chaplains must be able to identify all assets within their area of command.
1. Deployable Assets.
a. Active Duty Chaplains.
Active duty chaplains already assigned to an installation and, except for TTHS
personnel, present for duty.
b. TTHS Chaplains.
The majority of TTHS chaplains, who will be assigned to the theater as filters or
replacements. Those who remain in CONUS will be assigned by OCCH to fill
c. Troop Program Unit (TPU) UMTs.
MS chaplains should become familiar with the Mobilization Basis Stationing Plan
at their installation to determine which Reserve Component units will arrive,
when they will arrive, and when they will deploy.
d. Individual Ready Reserve (IRR) UMTs.
IRR MS chaplains should contact their installation mobilization planners to obtain
information on the number and rank of IRR chaplains scheduled to report to their
e. Individual Mobilization Augmentees (IMA) UMTs.
MS chaplains should review their mobilization TDA/MTOE to determine whether
there are vacant IMA chaplain slots at their installation. The MS chaplain should
have the names and addresses of filled IMA chaplain spaces.
f. Army National Guard (ANG) UMTs.
Mob chaplains should check their installation's Mobilization Troop Basis
Stationing Plan to determine the ARNG units arriving at their installation. They
should also provide their CONUSA chaplain with the rollout of ARNG units
arriving and request for name, rank, denomination, address, and other pertinent
data for ARNG chaplains.
2. Personnel Data.