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    1. 3/4/2012 CCC A4-212 1 CAPTAINS CAREER COURSE LESSON: A4-212 REPORT UNIT COMBAT READINESS STATUS

    2. 3/4/2012 CCC A4-212 2 TERMINAL LEARNING OBJECTIVE ACTION: Understand how Army Active and Reserve Component units report combat readiness and how the DA and Joint Staffs use the data provided. CONDITIONS: In a classroom, given given a lecture and discussion on unit readiness reporting. STANDARD: Student will understand the regulatory requirements and impacts of Joint Readiness Reporting.

    3. 3/4/2012 CCC A4-212 3 SAFETY, RISK, AND ENVIRONMENTAL CONCERNS Safety Considerations: None Risk Assessment Level: Low Environmental considerations: None

    4. 3/4/2012 CCC A4-212 4 PRIMARY REFERENCES AR 220-1, Unit Status Reporting, 1 August 2003.

    5. 3/4/2012 CCC A4-212 5 AGENDA PURPOSE OF JOINT READINESS REPORTING HISTORY READINESS CATEGORIES COMPONENTS OF READINESS TYPES OF REPORTS

    6. 3/4/2012 CCC A4-212 6 UNIT STATUS REPORT PURPOSE Determine a units overall combat readiness status by comparing selected: Personnel readiness factors. Equipment readiness factors. Training readiness factors. To wartime requirements and by obtaining the commanders overall assessment of his/her unit.

    7. 3/4/2012 CCC A4-212 7 UNIT STATUS REPORT PURPOSE Designed to measure the status of resources and training of a unit at a given time (Snap Shot.) Provides a timely single source document for assessing key elements of a units status. Peacetime reporting procedures vary from procedures used when a unit is mobilized, deployed, or employed.

    8. 3/4/2012 CCC A4-212 8 UNIT STATUS REPORT PURPOSE The Armys objective is to develop and maintain units at the highest level possible, considering contingency requirements. To conserve limited resources ($): Early deploying units that support contingency plans are normally maintained at the highest resource levels.

    9. 3/4/2012 CCC A4-212 9 WHO USES THE DATA MACOMS DA STAFF CSA CHAIRMAN, JCS COMBATANT (UNIFIED) COMMANDERS STATE ADJUTANT GENERAL AND GOVERNOR NGB

    10. 3/4/2012 CCC A4-212 10 HISTORY 101 1962 THE CUBAN MISSILE CRISIS: - ALERT ORDERS FOR REGULAR FORCES. - MOB ORDERS FOR RC FORCES.

    11. 3/4/2012 CCC A4-212 11 HISTORY 101 (CONT) JOINT GLOBAL STATUS OF RESOURCES AND TRAINING SYSTEM (GSORTS) ALL US ARMED FORCES AVAILABLE CENTRAL REGISTRY LOCATION, READINESS STATUS

    12. 3/4/2012 CCC A4-212 12 MEASURABLE AREAS Four measured resource areas: Personnel. Equipment on-hand. Equipment serviceability. Training. Commander determines an overall unit status level based on a combination of the units measured resource areas and his/her professional judgment.

    13. 3/4/2012 CCC A4-212 13 TYPES OF REPORTS Six types of reports. Regular/initial. Change. Composite. Validations. Deployed.

    14. 3/4/2012 CCC A4-212 14 REGULAR/INITIAL Provides key status indicators for all AA level units. Initial reports are a regular USR submitted for the first time on a particular unit. Difference between a regular and initial report is the code reported in the transaction type field in section A and section B.

    15. 3/4/2012 CCC A4-212 15 CHANGE Required when an overall level or resource area level change occurs. It is prepared as a partial report to show the change condition. All change reports will be complete reports.

    16. 3/4/2012 CCC A4-212 16 COMPOSITE Submitted by divisions, separate brigades, division brigades operating separately, armored cavalry regiments, and Special Operations Forces, groups/regiments/ commands. Identified by FF- level UIC.

    17. 3/4/2012 CCC A4-212 17 VALIDATION Used by Reserve Component (RC) units only. Designed to recognize the reduced training time available.

    18. 3/4/2012 CCC A4-212 18 DEPLOYED Units may use the deployed report format when deployed from home station for operational deployments or training exercises. Commander in Chief/MACOMs may require units to submit a regular report. Allows commanders to evaluate subjectively and report the status of the resources for the units ability to perform the mission for which it was organized.

    19. 3/4/2012 CCC A4-212 19 UNIT STATUS REPORT CLASSIFICATION Based on the number/size of units reporting. Secret: When ten or more major combat units data is on same report. (AA-level UIC units). FF-level UIC units. Confidential: Nine or less battalions, company sized or separate companies/detachments (AA-level UIC units). Downgrade (one level) every four years. Goal is to declassify in 8 years.

    20. 3/4/2012 CCC A4-212 20 UNIT STATUS REPORT RETENTION Retain at unit level for six months unless otherwise directed. Retain on file for two years at installation level.

    21. 3/4/2012 CCC A4-212 21 UNIT STATUS REPORT REPORTING CHANNELS Installation/division level. MACOM. HQDA.

    22. 3/4/2012 CCC A4-212 22 ACTIVE DUTY REPORTING CHAIN

    23. 3/4/2012 CCC A4-212 23 ARMY RESERVE REPORT

    24. 3/4/2012 CCC A4-212 24 NATIONAL GUARD REPORT

    25. 3/4/2012 CCC A4-212 25 ACTIONS BY HIGHER COMMANDERS Will not change the reporting level of subordinate units! Will review reports of subordinate units. Will send through chain of command.

    26. 3/4/2012 CCC A4-212 26 READINESS RATING C1: The unit possesses the required resources and is trained to undertake the full wartime mission(s) for which it is organized or designed. C2: The unit possesses the required resources and is trained to undertake most of its wartime mission(s) for which it is organized or designed.

    27. 3/4/2012 CCC A4-212 27 C3: Able to undertake many, but not all, portions of wartime tasks. C4: Unit requires additional resources and training but may be tasked to do portions of mission. C5: UNIT CANNOT EXECUTE ITS MISSION.

    28. 3/4/2012 CCC A4-212 28 UNIT STATUS REPORT FREQUENCY US Army Active Component - 30 days. US Army Reserve Component - 90 days.

    29. 3/4/2012 CCC A4-212 29 PERSONNEL STATUS PURPOSE Develops P-level: By comparing available strength, available MOS qualified strength, and available senior grade strengths against wartime requirements. Provides Information: Assigned strength and personnel turnover information is given.

    30. 3/4/2012 CCC A4-212 30 DETERMINE STRENGTHS Required MTOE strength. Authorized MTOE strength. Assigned strength as of report date (2400 hrs). Required MTOE senior grade strength. Assigned senior strength as of report date (2400 hrs).

    31. 3/4/2012 CCC A4-212 31 DETERMINE WHO IS AVAILABLE FOR DEPLOYMENT AWOL. Hospitalization. TDY. Leave. Pregnant. Soldiers that cannot be matched by MOS and grade to MTOE required slots and are not considered MOS trained.

    32. 3/4/2012 CCC A4-212 32 P-LEVEL RATINGS Available P-1 100-90% P-2 89-80% P-3 79-70% P-4 69% or less MOS/SG P-1 100-85% P-2 84-75% P-3 74-65% P-4 64% or less

    33. 3/4/2012 CCC A4-212 33 EQUIPMENT ON-HAND STATUS Develop S-level by comparing the fill of selected equipment to wartime requirements. Determines S-level for all reportable equipment and for each pacing item.

    34. 3/4/2012 CCC A4-212 34 EQUIPMENT READINESS CODE ERC A or P: Primary weapons and equipment. ERC B: Auxiliary equipment. Supplements primary equipment or takes its place should it become inoperative. ERC C: Administrative support equipment.

    35. 3/4/2012 CCC A4-212 35 REPORTABLE EQUIPMENT Substitute items. In-lieu-of-items. Equipment not on TO&E. Borrowed. Theater stocks.

    36. 3/4/2012 CCC A4-212 36 NBC EQUIPMENT Report the status of contingency (non-training) nuclear, biological and chemical (NBC) equipment required by MTOE/TDA (all ERCs) and/or authorized by the Common Table of Allowance (CTA) and MACOM stock directives.

    37. 3/4/2012 CCC A4-212 37 EQUIPMENT SERVICEABILITY ES focuses on how well a unit is maintaining its on-hand equipment. Determine R-level for all reportable equipment and for each pacing item.

    38. 3/4/2012 CCC A4-212 38 PURPOSE OF TRAINING STATUS Primary: Show current ability of the unit to perform wartime mission. Secondary: Show resource shortfalls that prevent attaining appropriate training tempo.

    39. 3/4/2012 CCC A4-212 39 ASSESSING AND REPORTING UNIT PROFICIENCY Assess against the METL: Analysis of the assigned wartime missions. Ability to execute mission essential tasks. Unique operational environments. Use of internal and external resources to the unit.

    40. 3/4/2012 CCC A4-212 40 RESOURCES REQUIRED TO SUPPORT METL Proficiency shown by unit and organic sub elements during recent evaluations. Army Training and Evaluation Program (ARTEP). Mission Training Plan (MTP). Standards, training densities at combat training centers (CTC). Emergency deployment readiness exercises. Field training exercises. Command post exercises. Other training events described in the units combined arms training strategy (CATS).

    41. 3/4/2012 CCC A4-212 41 ASSESSING FACTORS Commanders must determine if the unit has sufficient people and equipment to become trained to perform its assigned wartime mission satisfactory.

    42. 3/4/2012 CCC A4-212 42 CONSIDERED DETERMINATIONS Does the unit have a strength level below 70 percent of required personnel. A unit commander can pool or borrow necessary equipment for training. Consider the availability of personnel to meet MOS and special skill requirements. Units that include military augmentees in their daily operations will evaluate their unit training status considering those personnel. Consider the availability and quality of training areas.

    43. 3/4/2012 CCC A4-212 43 COMMANDERS TRAINING ASSESSMENT Unit proficiency in executing its METL identifies: Mission essential tasks. Supporting tasks that require additional training before they can be performed to standard. Determining the units status, commander considers: Percentage of METL. Number of training days needed to achieve full METL proficiency.

    44. 3/4/2012 CCC A4-212 44 ESTIMATING TRAINING TIME Commander determines: Number of training days needed to achieve full METL considering personnel and equipment. Do not assume: Shortages will be filled. Do not include: Time needed to conduct other exercises.

    45. 3/4/2012 CCC A4-212 45 MISSION ACCOMPLISHMENT ESTIMATE (MAE) Primary purpose of the MAE is to provide a more definitive estimate of the ability of a unit to perform its wartime mission.

    46. 3/4/2012 CCC A4-212 46 MAE Subjective assessment of the unit. Is determined for all units. Comparison of the units overall C-level and the MAE. May lead the commander to a subjective upgrade or downgrade decision.

    47. 3/4/2012 CCC A4-212 47 FACTORS Considers the resources such as: Personnel, equipment, training. Incorporates his/her understanding of the measured area as they are related to other important factors that affect the units abilities: Readiness factors. Sustainability of the force. Current status of modernization in the unit. Force structure design.

    48. 3/4/2012 CCC A4-212 48 OVERALL RATING PURPOSE The commanders assessment of the overall status of his/her unit and its ability to accomplish assigned wartime missions within a set time frame.

    49. 3/4/2012 CCC A4-212 49 SO WHAT! MORE PERSONNEL MORE MONEY MORE TRAINING DEVICES MORE MAINT HELP MORE QUESTIONS

    50. 3/4/2012 CCC A4-212 50 SUMMARY Define the Unit Status Report. Define Commanders Responsibilities. Define Resource Levels. Define Purpose of Training Status.