The material contained in this lesson was derived from the following
UMT assets must be identified in order to determine shortfall/cross-leveling and to
properly prepare a training program. To determine which assets are arriving and when
they arrive requires pulling information from various systems and sources.
PART A - CHAPLAIN ASSETS
1. Active Duty Chaplains and Chaplain Assistants.
Active duty chaplains and chaplain assistants are assigned to active component units that
are either "forward deployed" or earmarked to support one or more operation plans.
2. TTHS Account (Trainees, Transients, Holdees, Students).
Chaplains in the TTHS Account are used by OCCH to provide theater filler and casualty
replacement personnel in support of one or more operation plans.
Enlisted personnel must graduate from an MOS-producing course before being
Transients are all chaplains enroute to a PCS assignment. Chaplains enroute from
CONUS to overseas will be diverted to the theater of operations. Chaplains
enroute to a CONUS assignment are directed to immediately continue to that
assignment and thus are not available for use as theater fillers or replacements.
Holdees are chaplains on medical hold. They become available for use as theater
fillers or replacements only after being appropriately released from patient status
and reported to OCCH. Pre-separation holdees become available upon declaration
Chaplain students are available for use as fillers and replacements upon
graduation or termination of the course. Chaplains must complete basic course to
be a deployable asset. Students will be assigned by OCCH.
3. Reserve Component (RC) UMTs.