The geographical area outside of CONUS for which a commander of a unified or
specified command has been assigned military responsibility.
54. Time-Phased Force Deployment List (TPFDL).
A listing that identifies type units to support a particular operations plan and provides
data concerning their routing from origin to destination.
55. Training and Sustaining Base Quick Fix Forces (QFF).
Those minimum essential units required on station immediately after mobilization to
expand rapidly the training base to perform priority tasks in deploying the early force and
shipping essential supplies.
56. Unit Status and Identity Reporting System (UNITREP).
A system that provides the unit readiness status of all RC and AC units in the approved
57. United States Army Reserve Command (USARC)
The USAR Command and control headquarters over the Regional Support Commands
(RSC), Institutional Training Divisions (Div (IT)), Training Support Divisions (TSD),
and other designated GO Commands.
A management program designed to improve the readiness of the Total Force through the
alignment of Active Component and Reserve Component units into force packages which
enable units to train and plan in peacetime for their wartime missions. WARTRACE is a
road map that orients a unit's readiness, mobilization and deployment programs toward
the primary objective - the accomplishment of a wartime mission. It provides a guide for
force readiness and aids in prioritizing resources.
PART B - MOBILIZATION LEVELS
The Department of Defense (DOD) mobilizes all or part of the Armed Forces as
authorized by law or congressional resolution and when directed by the President. The
extent of the emergency governs the level of mobilization.
a. Mobilization is not one phenomenon. There are five levels of mobilization.