(3) UMT Mob Planning Handbook
(4) FM 100-17, MDRD
2. Mobilization Responsibilities.
a. Chief of Chaplains (CCH).
The CCH provides the leadership for chaplain mobilization and premobilization
planning. Chaplain assets will be managed by the CCH through a decentralized
management process, utilizing MACOM, CONUSA, STARC, AR-PERSCOM,
and USARC staff chaplains.
b. MACOM Staff Chaplains.
(1) MACOM staff chaplains will ensure that their installation chaplains
have a viable mobilization annex to their installation mobilization plan and
a mobilization SOP. Basic guidance outlined in the Army Mobilization
Plan, such as the FORSCOM Mobilization and Deployment Planning
System, must be followed.
(2) Overseas MACOM chaplains will battle-roster chaplains spaces and
report initial filler requirements to the Office of the Chief of Chaplains
c. FORSCOM Staff Chaplain.
The FORSCOM staff chaplain has staff responsibilities for mobilizing, training,
and preparing chaplains for deployment, and has overall responsibility for
mobilization and deployment operations for chaplains.
d. USARPAC Staff Chaplain
The staff chaplain of U.S. Army, Pacific will plan, receive, train, and deploy AC
and Reserve Component chaplains in the Pacific during mobilization.
e. CONUSA Staff Chaplain.
(1) The CONUSA staff chaplain is the key link between the AC and the
Reserve Component chaplains before and during mobilization. He or she
is responsible for intensive and coordinated planning with installations,
reserve units, and individual chaplains. He or she also assists in recruiting
and accessioning chaplains.
(2) Coordinates the mobilization of RC Chaplains and Chaplain
(3) Will inspect triennial the UMT Mobilization Planbook at every
f. Commandant, USACHCS.