ANNEX ___ (CHAPLAIN ACTIVITIES) TO FORT___________ MOBILIZATION
(f) Expanded hospital, confinement, family, and work visitation program.
b. Supervises personnel and training matters pertaining to chaplains to include
training of lay leaders, chaplain support activities, religious education and professional
development of chaplain assistants.
c. Supervises the chaplain program and budget activity for appropriate funds, the use
of nonappropriated welfare funds, and the procurement and employment of auxiliary
chaplains or contract clergy.
d. Monitors, through the appropriate staff agency, the procurement, storage, issue,
and distribution of chaplain supplies.
e. Establishes liaison with chaplains of higher and adjacent headquarters and with
chaplains of other services. He also establishes liaison with various churches, civilian
and religious organizations, and other groups that assist in activities related to religion
and morality and coordinates their religious activities to the installation.
f. Implements chaplain support activities and supports the equal opportunity and
affirmative action programs.
g. Advises the Commander and appropriate staff officers on the impact of religious
community populations on the installation mission and on military interests and
h. Implements the chaplain portion of the Installation Commander's Guide to
Mobilization and Deployment.
i. On the 30th, 60th, 90th, 120th, 150th, and 180th day of mobilization, report by
AUTODIN or WWMCCS message to the CONUSA chaplain, with information copies to
the remainder of the technical chain (FORSCOM and DACH), by name, grade, SSN, and
denomination, all active and reserve chaplains mobilized at and/or deployed from
Fort__________ in the previous 30 days.
j. Plan for the arrival and processing of the chaplains designated in the mobilization
k. Conducts planning and training sessions for all chaplains arriving at the