mobilization station increase. The families of Active Component units will still be
in place. While requested to remain in place, some RC families may relocate to
the area of mobilization station.
c. Upon full mobilization, the mobilization station will have Active and reserve
Component UMT assets to support this religious support mission. Mobilization
station religious support requirements must be forecasted, programmed,
resourced, and met. Installation chaplains may draw upon the following personnel
(2) Retirees subject to the retiree recall program.
(3) Active component or RC soldiers who are not deployed.
(4) Civilian religious organizations in the area.
2. FORSCOM Staff Chaplain.
The FORSCOM staff chaplain is authorized to redistribute chaplains in CONUS to meet
3. CONUSA Staff Chaplains.
The CONUSA staff chaplains are authorized to redistribute chaplains in their areas of
4. Installation Chaplains.
After mobilization, Installation Chaplain's can crosslevel chaplains in close
coordination with FORSCOM and CONUSA.
5. STARC and RSC Chaplains
Can cross-level during the Alert Phase in close coordination with CONUSA.
6. Other Requirements.
Mobilization planning must include the possible utilization of civilian religious
organizations as secondary providers of religious support. It is uncertain how much
religious support will be available from civilian communities in times of national
emergency. Nevertheless, civilian religious organizations are part of the picture, and it is
critical that the installation chaplain maintains up-to-date directories of area religious
organizations and religious leaders as much as possible during peacetime.
PART D - MOBILIZATION TRAINING PROGRAM