Introduction to Amphibious Embarkation (MCI ). Correspondence Procedures (MCI K). Marine Corps Publications and Directives System (MCI B). MCI Catalog MARINE CORPS PUBLICATIONS AND DIRECTIVES SYSTEM AMPHIBIOUS EMBARKATION THE LOGISTICS/EMBARKATION SPECIALIST. MCIWESTO W CEll. (1) (55) MCIWEST-MCB CAMPENO i. Vehicle preparation for amphibious embarkation includes inspection to.
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The Navy’s functions are to conduct sea control and power projection operations. The duties of the transport element embarkation officer are similar to the duties of the unit or element embarkation officer described in JP and generally include the following: Personnel Retrieval And Processing Specialist perform duties in both combat and non-combat environments pertaining to the search and recovery, processing, tentative identification 1 interment 1 disinterment, and transportation of human remains and personal effects.
Each organization has amphibious squadrons PHIBRONS composed of five to eight ships and commanded by a Navy captain with a staff of about 10 officers and 20 enlisted men. Commercial Buses Each bus normally carries 44 to 48 passengers.
MCO D. 2. MOS , Maintenance Management Specialist (MGySgt to Pvt) PMOS – PDF
The movement group is organized to accomplish one thing — movement to the OA. The first air operations in the area of intended operations may well be area air force or fleet air units conducting supporting operations to gain and maintain air superiority and reduce the enemy’s war potential.
Coordination with the TEO is required to ensure the ship has the appropriate equipment. They are conducted by forces external to the ATF; normally, they are conducted outside the area for which the ATF commander is responsible at the time of their execution. Basic Information Mobility and embarkation personnel involved in airlift planning and operations at all levels must be familiar with the following: Collecting and processing information and disseminating derived intelligence to the LF.
Though units often overlook packing and packaging of hazardous cargo, all units use and often embark HAZMAT, such as the following: Class II General Supply Clothing, tentage, tool sets, individual equipment, and all textile or leather items. The requirements of the particular operation determine the task organization. Comprehensive Washdown This level of washdown is accomplished for vehicles, equipment, and supplies exposed to contamination during sustained operations ashore.
Personnel, ships, and craft designated to control the waterborne ship-to-shore movement.
Unit Embarkation Handbook
Embarkation Supplies Units need to either maintain an ample supply of embarkation supplies e. The following are common problem areas that cause backups at inspection checkpoints: This is generally a routine data quality assurance requirement of the MSC embarkation section.
Format The format for submitting external transportation support requests is determined amohibious the local level. List the Navy’s four power projection assets. The complexity of logistic support activities. Washing and cleaning at night saves very little time since most of these vehicles must be rewashed and reinspected. Are expeditionary cans properly marked? Corresponding commanders and parallel echelons. The size of the AOA is largely based on the requirements for airspace.
Landing Force Spaces Serviceable LF spaces are key to the overall combat readiness of an amphibious ship. Inspections Inspections reinforce the importance of combat readiness, evaluate the critical areas essential for mission performance, and give commanders a tool to assess unit embarkation readiness. General characteristics and capabilities of military and commercial aircraft, amphibious ships, landing craft, and amphibious vehicles.
Assumptions that are necessary because of lack of positive information e.
Encyclopedic material produced by these agencies routinely provides much of the basic information in all forms of operations. Materials provided by the FIC include the following types of intelligence products: For unit and nonunit requirements, it may or may not coincide amphiibous the origin.
Full text of “Introduction to amphibious operations”
SUMMARY In this chapter, you studied the responsibilities for amphibious planning, the initiating directive, planning characteristics, the sequence of planning, and organizational planning. Maintaining a complete and current file of SLCPs for amphibious ships and loading characteristics data for other type ships that may be assigned to support the LF.
Personnel in this MOS provide services required in the operational, More information. As with any combat intelligence organization, it is simply a matter of applying the basic intelligence cycle direction, collection, processing, and dissemination to the operations of the Amphibioux.
Customs and Border Protection Inspections When redeploying, cleaning equipment and conducting an agriculture inspection overseas do not preclude a CBP plant protection and quarantine program inspection upon return to CONUS.
Mic has a cargo capacity of 1, pounds and can accommodate up to six inserts. Working with the ship s department heads, the CCO aboard each ship ensures all LF spaces are available for troop embarkation within 48 hours of notice. You would normally expect some very definite instructions. This ensures that appropriate expertise for both task force protection and the air threat to the LF ashore is available.
His major concerns are efficiency amphibiohs effectiveness. In determining the specific types of amphiboous needed to support combat intelligence production, collection management is also concerned with the action required to collect that information.