requirements will dictate the feasibility of adhering to this
(3) (U) Chaplain redistribution to support deploying
units will be accomplished without regard to command affiliation
of the assets.
(4) (U) DACH will levy MACOM for overseas command
and/or replacement fill.
(5) (U) Data base update will be through SIDPERS.
However, mobilization station chaplains will maintain sufficient
manual data to recapture personnel data in the event the data
processing systems goes down. Seek the advice of the
installation AMO for elements of data required.
d. (U) Training.
(1) (U) IAW AR 614-30, chaplains who have not
completed the Chaplain Basic Course are not deployable.
Therefore, completion of OBC is the highest training priority.
(2) (U) Mobilization station chaplains are
responsible for training deploying chaplains and chapel
activities specialists in the religious and cultural aspects of
ensure that deploying chaplains and chapel activities specialists
are trained in skills to perform ministry during combat.
Station Chaplain/Supervisory Chaplain will be designated by the
Commander of the mobilization station.
*This is being revised to indicate that the Chief of Chaplains
will designate The Mob Station Chaplain/Supervisory Chaplain.
APPENDIX 7 (CHAPLAIN) TO ANNEX E (PERSONNEL) TO FORMDEPS
1. REFERENCE: Annex B, to AMOPS III.
a. PURPOSE. To establish responsibilities insuring