The MOB STA chaplain and the RC Staff Chaplain of the gaining Reserve Component
command will coordinate to insure complete UMT support to all Army families in the
area of the installation
Operationally, in the case of most active duty installations, the incumbent Active Duty
installation chaplain will become the MOB STA chaplain charged with implementing
UMT installation MOB plans. The ARCOM Staff Chaplain will provide support for
UMT training for deployment.
a. The total Army concept promotes participation of RC UMTs in the following types
of training provided on installations:
(1) U.S. Army Reserve Forces (USARF) schools, other schools, and
(2) Annual training (AT), to include Individual Mobilization Augmentee
(IMA) training for mobilization assignment and UMT training as part of the
unit training program.
(3) Individual training, to include Individual Ready Reserve (IRR) counterpart
training, chaplain candidate training, and IRR or Troop Program Unit (TPU)
(4) Training for chaplains assigned to OCONUS (outside the continental U.S.)
tours of duty.
b. Installation chaplains, through their training managers, monitor all Reserve
4. Doctrinal Principal #4.
The MOB TDA for all MOB STA will include a Chaplain Training Manager to manage
train-up programs for RC chaplains and chaplain assistants reporting to that MOB STA.
Operationally, this position will be assigned to an IMA chaplain or chaplain assistant
whose annual ADT will be spent with the chaplain training manager developing post
mobilization training plans for the MOB STA.
PART B - UMT MOB PLANS AND ANNEXES
a. Mobilization planning is primarily the responsibility of the Services and Defense
agencies. It results from tasking of the Secretaries of the Military Departments,
Secretary of Transportation, and the Secretary of Defense. The Joint Chiefs of Staff
are tasked by the Secretary of Defense to coordinate the mobilization plans of the
Services and to ensure the interface of these plans with deployments.