Mobilization and Demobilization Division
Mobilization and Demobilization (MaD) provides all administrative and logistical aspects of Title 10 support to mobilizing/demobilizing units. Act as focal point for installation support and quality of life issues. Coordinate requirements and integrate mobilization support. Provide personnel and logistical readiness validation input. (Assigned to IMCOM, Supporting to Senior Cdr/Supporting to First Army OPS BDE for MOB operations). Concurrently provide support to 1st AD active component units as outlined in annual Common Levels of Support (CLS). Mission Command and support for CONUS Mobilization and Demobilization IAW HQDA OPOERD 034-14, Annex J.
AG OIC: 915-569-6089 /
OP OIC: 915-568-7973 /
Admin: 915-569-7279 /
Demob: 915-569-7280 /
Location: Building 1012, Fort Bliss, Texas 79916
The Personnel Section, Fort Bliss Mobilization and Demobilization Division will support the mission of processing AC, RC, and Joint Forces through the power generation platform (PGP) to prepare them to a state of readiness for any contingency operation our nation requires us to engage by organizing each unit’s personnel. The Personnel Section ensures that 100% of deploying and redeploying personnel go through the Joint Readiness Process, which involves the handling of all medical, dental, finance, legal and administrative needs.
The purpose of the Mobilization (MOB) Section is to mobilize and deploy Reserve and National Guard forces in the First Army area of responsibility (AOR).
All the information required by the units in order to demobilize is presented and reiterated during the 90, 60, and 30 day teleconferences with the Mobilization and Deployment Division, Operation Section.
The purpose of the Demobilization (DEMOB) Section is to demobilize Reserve and National Guard units and individuals coming back from their mobilized theater of operations. During the time the unit/individual is on ground at Fort Bliss, the unit/individual will go through the Central Issue Facility (CIF), reverse Soldier Resilience and Readiness Center (SRRC), Soldier for Life - Transition Assistance Program (SFL-TAP), Department of Labor and Veterans Affairs (DOL-VA), Soldier Health Physical Evaluation (SHPE), and the Transition Center to get ready to be released from active duty (REFRAD) and return back to their home station.
All the information required by the units in order to demobilize is presented and reiterated during the 90, 60, and 30 day teleconferences with the Mobilization and Deployment Division, Operation Section.
For units mobilizing out of Fort Bliss, TCS Orders are issued after the unit validation is complete, normally within 24 to 48 hours from departure. The TCS orders must be picked up by an E-5 (SGT) or above, in uniform at the Mobilization and Deployment Division, Personnel Section, ADMIN Section. Pick up needs to be scheduled prior to arrival with the ADMIN NCOIC or the ADMIN Team Chief.
If there are any issues or a new TCS order needs to be requested, please contact the ADMIN NCOIC or the ADMIN Team Chief at phone no. 915-568-2200 or 569-7279.
Units deployed in theater: If a SM is permanently released from theater while on Emergency Leave, the unit will need to provide the ADMIN section with the following documentation to bring the Soldier back to Fort Bliss for demobilization purposes: Permanent Letter of Release, Red Cross Message, DA 31, MOB and TCS Orders, The SM’s contact information.
All units prior to receiving mail must in-process the Mobilization and Deployment Division Mailroom located at Bldg 1011, Mon-Fri from 0800-1630, telephone number 915-569-5441, or in-process the McGregor Base Camp Mailroom located at Bldg 9426, Mon-Fri from 1630-1930; telephone number 915-569-9086. Failure to in-process will result in delays receiving mail or mail being returned to sender.
All units must provide the following information to the mailroom:
1. Personnel roster or listing of all troops, late arrival/transfers.
2. Memorandum stating who is authorized to pick or receive all mail.
3. Location of the unit or brigade (regardless if the unit moves from Biggs to Doña Ana to McGregor Base Camp, the mailroom will need to be kept informed by the unit receiving mail).
All mail will stop being delivered two days prior to the unit’s departure and will be forwarded to the forwarding address. If an individual is expecting a package during this two-day period he/she will be able to pick up the packages at the Personnel Section Mailroom located in Bldg 1011. A termination of mail delivery memorandum will be provided by the unit to the Personnel Section Mailroom with the unit’s forwarding address.
NOTE: Cadre assigned to Mobilization and Deployment Division need to in/out-process the Personnel Section Mailroom located at Bldg 1011.
All Personnel Section Mailrooms are equipped with "USPS Click-N-Ship stations" that have supplies and computers that allow service members to ship any mail through the USPS system. All flat rate supplies (i.e. boxes, bubble wrap, padding, tape, etc) are available and assistance is provided. The Mail Clerks will assist customers with any questions.
NOTE: The Personnel Section Mailroom only distributes mail and does not have any retail services (e.g. does not sell stamps). Flat Rate Boxes from the United States Postal Service are available for mailing and the exact postage will be accepted, the packages will be taken to the Post Office and mailed out the following day. First Class mail with the correct postage on the envelopes will be accepted for mailing. Any other articles that are mailed will have to be taken to the Fort Bliss Post Office.
Location: Building 1031, Fort Bliss, Texas 79916
The Fort Bliss Mobilization and Demobilization Division Security Section staff will support all Army, Navy, Air Force, and Marine units in all matters of security during pre-mobilization process in order to prepare them for their any contingency operation our nation requires us to engage. Upon completion of their mission, the Security Section staff will assist during the de-mobilization process.
• Mobilizing unit will submit a unit Security Clearance Access Roster (SCAR) within 30 to 45 days of arriving at the Mobilization Station.
• Soldiers requiring a security clearance must submit a completed Electronic Questionnaire for Investigation Processing (E-QIP) to Office of Personnel Management (OPM) prior to arrival at Mobilization Station.
• Upon E-QIP submission and investigation opening by the Central Clearance Facility (CCF), interim secret clearances can be granted through their appropriate STATE/RRC.
• "AA" UICs must provide their USR within 24 hrs of arriving at the Mobilization Station.
• The Mobilization Branch Security Section can initiate an E-QIP on a Soldier.
• Prior to arrival at Mob Station Individual Soldiers must complete PRO-File.
PURPOSE: To assist units in security related matters that have been alerted and/or have received mobilization orders to Fort Bliss, Texas, and prepare for deployment or employment.
APPLICABILITY: Prior planning provides for a smooth transition into mission accomplishment.
RESPONSIBILITY: Commanders have the responsibility to screen all personnel to ensure they meet security clearance guidance as laid out by the references listed below. Certain personnel, because of their MOS or TOE/MTOE, are required by Army regulation to have a valid security clearance. Please see the MOB Station Security Section Requirements for Units.
DA PAM 611-21
The Mobilization and Demobilization Division (MaD), serves tens of thousands of U.S. Army Active, Reserve, National Guard, Navy, Marines and Air Force personnel with missions all over the world and with training in the Fort Bliss footprint.
The Operations Section Mobilization (MOB) Team is a customer service organization focusing on successful coordination of deploying units ordered to active duty in support of various missions worldwide. The MaD MOB Team receives both units and individuals, and provides the logistical and life support necessary to ensure a smooth transition through the MOB process at Fort Bliss, Texas. Units are managed from arrival until departure to their respective Theater area of operations. The following services are provided:
- Joint Assessment Conference attendance: Captures initial information on units and begins the planning process for all training which will be received at MOB Station, Fort Bliss, Texas.
- Unit Site Visits: In-person visit which introduces units to Fort Bliss MOB support personnel, allows for review and refinement of training timeline with 5AR BDE, and exchange of contact information.
- Teleconferences: All mobilizing units will conduct 90/60/30 day teleconferences to coordinate mobilization efforts prior to arrival at Fort Bliss. The Operations Section MOB Team will have representatives on call to provide information, updates, and answer questions for all mobilizing units.
- Mobilization Unit Installation Coordination (MUIC): Assists unit ADVON/White Cell with logistical and administrative pre-coordination in order to prepare for unit's arrival and ensure smooth transition to active duty.
- Late Arrivals (LAG): Late arriving individual soldiers are processed in order to verify readiness and rejoin their deploying unit as expeditiously as possible, prepared for their respective missions.
- M-RSO&I: Three-to-five day schedule where units receive required briefings, medical and dental screening, and equipment to validate for deployment.
- ADACG Flight Operations: MaD MOB Team, in conjunction with civilian ADACG Staff, receive and deploy all in-bound and out-bound units via contract and military aircraft.
The Operation Section Demobilization Team administers a requirements-based demobilization model (typically 14 days). This model focuses on customer service, communication and reintegration of units returning from CONUS and OCONUS mobilizations. Demobilizing units enter the demobilization model 120 days from their REFRAD date. The process has three phases.
Communication is initiated between the unit and Operation Section DEMOB team 120 days out from REFRAD. During this contact, the unit will receive their initial demobilization OPORD with attached annexes. The annexes are samples and templates of required information reports required to process the unit through the required stations. The DEMOB Team will host teleconferences at the D-90,-60, and -30 days from the unit main body arrival. The telecons are coordinated between the unit, ARNG State/USAR Local Command/Rear Detachment, Operation Section DEMOB team, Personnel Section/Transition, Logistic Section, Medical, Dental, and Vow-Tap. The telecon will also brief redeploying units on DEMOB criteria, unit needs, and to assist in annex completion. The Operation Section DEMOB team will publish a wheels down OPORD to receive units at Fort Bliss and coordinate for a charter to Home Station. The DEMOB team coordinates weekly to schedule DEMOB assets and maintains a training schedule in draft mode. A finalized training schedule is published once definite arrival date is established.
- Reception and Arrival:
ADVON/White Cell - Operation Section DEMOB Team will receive the ADVON typically five - seven days before the main body arrives. The ADVON Team will complete all requirements prior to the main body arriving in order to be available to assist the main body reception and transition. The ADVON typically receives and begins to manage assigned billets, GSA Vehicles, and required demobilization assets. Units will also coordinate with any State/Local representatives (White Cell) and assist with the reception of the unit main body.
Main Body - Upon arrival of the main body, the Operation Section will receive the unit from the airplane and direct them though pre-coordinated stations of support to include: Personnel Section CAC Swipe, Customs Border Protection (if not cleared before), Sensitive Items reception, Spiritual/Psychological Support, State/Local representative welcome(optional), DPTMS/402nd Welcome Briefs, PAO, and a hot meal. Unit Command will be briefed finalized training schedule and 1AR Command Reception Brief.
On Ward Movement - Operation Section DEMOB team will maintain oversight as unit executes training plan with assigned assets. Training schedule will include periodic meetings “Hot washes” to communicate with demobilization Station Representatives in order to assess training plan, identify issues, course correct, identify medical appointments, expectation management, and service customer needs. Unit will complete all demobilization stations and attend a final validation. Travel arrangements to home station will be finalized after the unit has arrived at DEMOB Station.
The Tactical Operations Center serves as the Mobilization and Deployment Division command and control hub, assisting the commander in synchronizing operations. The TOC is the location where the majority of the planning, staff coordination and monitoring of key events occurs to include monitor Flight Operations, Distribution of Information and Integrating, and Synchronizing Resources. The TOC can relocate and function out of the A/DACG as needed.
To support mobilizing units through synchronization of all logistical efforts while providing life support and deployment readiness. Oversees and provides CL I, II, III, VII, and VIII for mobilizing units. Maintain oversight for weapons maintenance, property accountability, and CL VIII compliance. Coordinate with FORSCOM, 1ST ARMY, DIV WEST, DLA, MEDCOM, AMC, TACOM-RI Commands and State ARNG Commands to ensure all logistics shortfalls are identified and resourced.
Mobilization Timeline Instructions
1 YEAR OUT: Make S4 to Logistic Section contact with POCs.
120 DAYS OUT - REVIEW REQUIREMENTS: Confirm S4 to S4 contacts.
90 DAYS OUT: Give status report on previous 120 day requirements.
60 DAYS OUT: Equipment sourcing documents from 120 days are due.
30 DAYS OUT: JLIST sizes finalized and submitted.
Mobilization Requirements Summary
1. Positive contact with Logistics Section and unit
2. RFI, JSLIST (ICEMP) and CIF DA Forms 1687`s submitted by unit
3. Equipment sourcing documents (provided by Unit)
4. MTOE and/or MEEL provided by unit and ONS submitted if required5. Assumption of command have been received
6. Nametapes and Patches verified ordered
7. Weapons in/out log sheets received by bunkers
Demobilization Timeline Instructions
90 DAYS OUT: 1. Contact the unit and go over S4 slide during the teleconference. 2. Weapons demob log sheets (due T-30) and OPORD is sent from S3. 3. CIF/OCP turn in document is reviewed to make sure unit knows what is expected during turn in.
60 DAYS OUT: Schedule teleconference to go over status check.
30 DAYS OUT: The weapons Demob log sheets are due to the bunkers.
Location: Building 1011, Basement, Fort Bliss, Texas 79916
The Mobilization and Demobilization Division (IMS) is customer first, support driven and mission focused to support all mobilizing and demobilizing units with information technology (IT) support; to include network connectivity, pre-deployment IT packages, and telecommunications support, while at Fort Bliss, McGregor Base Camp, and COB Westbrook, Doña Ana Range Complex, and COB Oro Grande.
Fort Bliss NIPR Account Requirements
• DD Form 2875 (NIPR Request - digitally signed)
Only S2 & IASO will sign "S2/G2" & "IASO" signature blocks respectively
• Online DoD Cyber Awareness Challenge Certificate
Must complete training "Annual DoD Cyber Awareness Challenge Training Module"
• Fort Bliss Acceptable Use Policy (initialed on each page and on the last page filled out completely and signed by the user).
• Unit User Account Roster (essential to create mass account)
• All DD Form 2875s for NIPR and SIPR need to be submitted 45 days before arrival day
• Email forms to email@example.com
IT Equipment and NIPR Guidelines
• All computer equipment requirements are based on unit strength on ground. Numbers may be increased/decreased due to mission requirements with a justification submitted in writing to the Mobilization and Deployment Division (S2/IMS) OIC/NCOIC.
• POC for IT equipment issue is Mobilization and Deployment Division PBO.
• All Fort Bliss user account requests are based on unit strength on ground. This percentage may be increased/decreased due to mission requirements with a justification submitted in writing to the Mobilization and Deployment Division (S2/IMS) OIC/NCOIC
Facilities Manager: 915-568-2633
Location: Building 1004, Fort Bliss, Texas 79916
Provide quality of life and troop sustainment support to all Mobilizing/Demobilizing units during their training and ensure that all units are provided with billets and administrative space as required and to ensure that we assist with any deficiencies with professionalism.
Fort Bliss Billeting
Billeting and facilities office operation times are as follows:
Monday - Friday: 7 a.m. - 1 a.m.
Saturday and Sunday: 8 a.m. - 12:30 a.m.
After hours Staff Duty: 915-569-6111
Billeting McGregor Range Base Complex / Westbrook Billeting and facilities office operation times are as follows:
Monday - Friday: 7 a.m. - 6:30 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday: Closed, Call Fort Bliss Billeting Office
For billeting assignment, call Fort Bliss Billeting
Billeting Doña Ana Range Complex
Billeting and Facilities office operation times are as follows:
Monday - Friday: 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday: Closed, Call Fort Bliss Billeting Office
Location: Building 60, Doniphan Rd, Fort Bliss, Texas 79916
The Fort Bliss Soldier Resilience and Readiness Center (SRRC) mission is to conduct efficient deployment readiness processing to standard in a customer friendly environment.
Points of Contact
MED Civilian Site Manager: 915-742-6097
• Soldiers must be in ACU, OCP or APFT uniform to process through the SRRC (BLDG 60 or 887).
• Soldiers cannot bring backpacks, gerbers, knives and/or bags into the building.
• All Soldiers are required to be at SRRC (BLDG 60 or 887) 30 minutes prior to their start time.
• All (Active Duty/NG/R) Soldiers Deploying/Mobilizing must complete their PDHA (DD2795) and SGLI prior to coming to SRRC (BLDG 60 or 887).
• All (Active Duty/NG/R) Soldiers ReDeploying/Demobilizing must complete their PDHA (DD2796) prior to coming to SRRC (BLDG 60 or 887).
• All (Active Duty/NG/R) Soldiers must complete their PDHRA (DD2900) (Part 1) 180 days after Demobilizing.
• PHA is done in BLDG 60 for NG/R Soldiers ONLY. Active duty Soldiers must do their PHA at their Troop Medical Clinic.
• PHA and PDHRA is located on your AKO under “My Medical Readiness Status.”
• If Active Duty Soldiers are late for briefings, they must reschedule with their BDE S-1 for a later date and time. For NG/R Soldiers, they must contact their respected Mobilization Branch personnel. Any further questions, please call or email SRRC Schedulers: 915-568-5816 / 915-568-5196.
Medical Requirements for Mobilizing Personnel
Active duty, ARNG, and USAR Soldiers must have accompanying deployment orders or as arranged memorandum for pending deployment readiness processing in order to be processed through the medical sections of the SRRC site.
CENTCOM AOR: Egypt, Iran, Iraq, Jordan, Yemen, Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Djibouti, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Kenya, Somalia, Sudan, Seychelles, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan.
COCOM: Specific requirements will be followed depending on deployment destination. Each COCOM has specific Force Health Protection Guidelines.
1. Yearly PHA (physical health assessment) must be current within 12 months of deployment.
2. Civilians over age 35 and soldiers over 40 must have an EKG and Lipid panel drawn with results within five years of deployment. Required for deployment and PHA.
3. Women’s Readiness should fit the criteria of the Women’s Readiness Guidelines. Pap smear should be within six months of flight date.
4. HIV test results within 90 days of deployment (flight date).
5. Copies of any Profiles (DA 3349), MMRB/MEB results and/or waivers.
6. Medical records.
7. DD Form 2215 E or DD Form 2216 E (Reference Audiogram). Refer to audiology section.
8. Do not come with permanent 3 or 4 profiles unless you have been cleared by a MMRB/MEB and given a fit for duty letter or waiver prior to arrival at Fort Bliss or you will be REFRAD.
9. Civilians will be required to have a Physical Exam within one year of deployment and should not expire during the deployment. Guidance is to have the physical within 90 days of the beginning of a one year deployment. The only laboratory requirements are listed below, Lipids based on age, G6PD, Blood Type, Serum sample and pregnancy testing.
A list of all non-deployable diagnoses and their severity would be too extensive to list here. Please refer to COCOM, specific Force Health Protection Guidelines such as CENTCOM MOD 12, Women’s Readiness Guidelines (OTSG/MEDCOM Policy Memo 09-002), Personnel Policy Guidance for Oversees Contingency Operations (PPG) Chapter 7, October 14, 2009 and Deployment –Limiting Psychiatric Conditions Policy 09-047 June 25, 2009.
Refence - AR 40-501, Chapter 11-4, Section G.
1. Need valid DD Form 2215-E (Reference Audiogram) or DD2216-E (Hearing Conservation Data) recorded in DOEHRS-HC and exported to DOEHRS-DR within nine months of arrival at the Soldier Resilience and Readiness Center.
2. The DD Form 2215-E (Reference Audiogram) or DD Form 2216-E forms must have automated results; free-typed and handwritten results will not be accepted and the test will be re-administered. Results on DD Form 2808 (Record of Medical Examination) or MEPS will not be accepted.
3. H-2: Personnel identified as an H-2 must have an Audiologic Evaluation by a licensed Audiologist or Audiology Specialist (MD, DO, NP, PA, etc. not acceptable). If H-2 is confirmed SM must have a current, permanent DA Form 3349 (Profile) with a “J1” code. Both the evaluation and profile are valid for five years from the date of exam/issue however, SM must also undergo annual testing.
4. H-3: Personnel identified as an H-3 must have an Audiologic Evaluation and Speech Recognition In Noise Test/Hearing In Noise Test (SPRINT/HINT) by a licensed Audiologist or Audiology Specialist (MD, DO, NP, PA, etc. not acceptable). If H-3 is confirmed SM must undergo a MAR2 Board (Fit for Duty) and have a current, permanent DA Form 3349 (Profile) with a “W” or “Y” code. Both the evaluation and profile are valid for five years from the date of exam/issue however, SM must also undergo annual testing.
5. Personnel requiring any of the above listed items will be tested on-site.
6. WBAMC and the SRRC Audiology Department strive for a maximum three day availability for all appointments. Be advised this is not always feasible. SM’s lacking any of the respective aforementioned items/documentation may be required to return for follow-up testing and/or appointments thus delaying the SM in their respective process and in some cases being held under/over. Units should strive to resolve ALL hearing issues prior to arrival at the Soldier Resilience and Readiness Center.
1. HIV Requirements: ALL Military personnel/DOD personnel MUST have a current HIV (within 90 days of FLY OUT DATE). Service members/DOD personnel must have proof that HIV/Serum Sample was drawn with documented results. If done elsewhere, results must be annotated in AHLTA.
2. Serum Sample: A serum sample will be drawn within 365 days of deployment. If a Serum Sample was drawn elsewhere, results must be annotated in AHLTA.
3. Upon return from any OCONUS Re-Deployment/Demobilization, all military and DOD personnel will have Serum Sample drawn.
4. G6PD: Glucose-6-Phosphate-Dehydrogenase is a laboratory test that screens a patient for G6PD deficiency before prescription for Anti-Malarial medication is given.
5. All military personnel and DOD personnel will be tested for G6PD deficiency.
6. PREGNANCY TEST: Females processing through the SRRC site are required to have a pregnancy test done if Mobilizing/Deploying 30 days prior to their FLY OUT date or 72 hours prior to receiving a live virus vaccinations (smallpox, MMR, varicella, etc).
7. If a female has had a bi-lateral tubal ligation, hysterectomy, or is post-menopausal, the pregnancy test will be waived if the woman completes/certifies on DA form 4700 that she is not able to become pregnant.
8. DNA: A DNA sample will be done at the SRRC site if one is not already on file at the Armed Forces DNA Repository.
9. Blood Type: A blood type sample will be drawn at the SRRC site if you are unaware of your blood type and if acceptable documentation of your blood type is not presented. Acceptable documentation of a blood type would be a Red Cross donor card, a lab result for an ABO-Rh, or a dated draw with your blood type inside your medical record.
These requirements are for all personnel dependent on area of operation when processing through the SRRC.
1. Hepatitis A: This is a two-part series: day 0 and six months later.
2. Hepatitis B: This is a three-part series: day 0, 30 days after first shot and five months after second shot.
3. Twinrix: (combination Hep. A and Hep. B) three-part series: day 0, 30 days after first shot and five months after second shot.
4. MMR must have two adult doses documented or evidence of being medically immune.
5. Polio: Given one time over the age of 18 years.
6. Tetanus/Diphtheria: Within the last 10 years.
7. Tetanus Diphtheria Acellular Pertussis: Within the last 10 years or five years after receiving Tetanus Diphtheria to provide immunity for Pertussis.
8. Tuberculin Skin Test: Only required for at risk patients based on screening questionnaire. All MPs assigned to detainee operations should have pre-post deployment TB skin testing. 30 days from leaving AOR, and three to six months after redeployment with documentation of read results.
9. Smallpox: Only required for specific locations per COCOM guidance. Within 10 years. Not given to personnel over age 64.
10. Typhoid: Within the last two years for personnel going to certain areas of operation. (Oral Typhoid: within the last five years for personnel going to certain AOs)
11. Influenza: Once between October and June every year.
12. Influenza Intranasal: Once a year between October and June. Only given to personnel under the age of 50 with no contraindications.
13. Anthrax: At this time it is mandatory for all personnel deploying to CENTCOM Arab Peninsula Region - is not given to 65 and older: http://www.anthrax.osd.mil
14. Only required for specific locations per COCOM guidance. Yellow Fever: Within the last 10 years.
15. Varicella: Two-part series requiring two adult doses or evidence of being medically immune.
• If you have started but have not completed Hep A, Hep B, Twinrix or the Anthrax immunizations and have proof, you will not restart the series.
• If you have had a positive reaction from the Tuberculin skin test, and it has been documented, you will not receive another.
• SMALLPOX you will be evaluated by a provider at the SRRC site for the smallpox vaccine. If you are able to receive the vaccine you will be given written instructions as to how to take care of the vaccine. For more information on Smallpox: www.vaccines.mil/Smallpox; www.vaccines.mil; or you can visit the CDC web site at www.cdc.gov.
Please follow the instructions CAREFULLY:
Documentation of immunizations is necessary. If you don’t have documentation you will receive your vaccines again no exceptions. Ensure you bring your shot record whenever you come to the SRRC site.
1. SM must not wear contact lenses.
2. SM must bring their most current prescription lenses to wear and use for a Visual Acuity Test.
3. SM must have a current written prescription for glasses in their possession. If not available, prescriptive lenses can be used for ordering purposes.
4. SM required to bring a letter from Doctor if SM had recent eye surgery or any ocular trauma.
5. To meet the requirements, all personnel (civilian and military) must be at least 20/40 vision in both eyes. If not, an appointment will be made thru the SRRC providers to be seen by an optometrist.
6. Each person should have in their possession two (civilian or military) pairs of glasses, gas mask inserts, and ballistic eyewear inserts. Personnel that do not meet these standards will be referred to WBAMC Optometry Clinic.
LOD -During mobilization units must initiate and complete LODs for their Soldiers. Without clear evidence that supports LOD requirements the SRRC will not be able to complete the LOD. It is imperative that units not only create an environment that affords Soldiers the opportunity to seek medical care but that it also acts immediately if circumstances require a LOD. LODs should be processed using the eLOD module. Limited or no eLOD access should not prevent LODs from being initiated, units should utilize the unit rear detachment to upload and process if necessary. If during the RSRP process medical staff determine a LOD is required and has not been initiated by the unit, the Soldier will be referred to the PAD section. The PAD section will use supporting medical documentation and the service member's orders in order to complete the DA form 2173 and LOD memorandum. Formal LOD's cannot be processed through the SRRC.
Medical Records: During the pre-mobilization process units should prepare DD Form 2766s for each Soldier. The pertinent contents of the DD Form 2766 are discussed at the unit mobilization site visit. Questions can be referred to the SRRC Medical Records Room at 915-742-9447. Preparation of the DD Form 2766 with the pertinent contents will facilitate an efficient SRP as well as ensure the information is available for continuity of care while mobilized. The unit should send the prepared DD Form 2766s with all contents to Fort Bliss 30 days prior to its scheduled Fort Bliss SRP. The mailing address is: Mobilization and Deployment Division, DPTMS, Attn: MOBTEAM, 1733 Pleasonton Road, Fort Bliss, Texas 79916 (include a DA 200 and byname roster for each box set). PAD includes the MedPros and Medical Final Out stations, please refer any questions pertaining to those areas to the PAD Section NCOIC at 915-742-6857.
Staff Duty: 915-569-9809
Location: Building 9437, McGregor Range, New Mexico, 88081
1. McGregor Base Operations Center. The BOC is the centralized management facility on the base camp that enables the base camp commander to exercise authourity and direction, and facilitates the management of base camp functions, services, and support.
2. Initiate service orders through Pride to maintain infrastructure of base camp (lights, roads, refuse, recycling, etc.).
3. Serve as liaison between units and other tenant agencies for classes of supply, transportation, billeting issues, or other logistical requests.
4. Manage base camp cleanliness.
5. Provide support to mobilizing units and off-post training units as needed.
6. Assist allied forces (Japanese, German, etc.) with armed guard response for arms room if requested.
7. Enforce all base camp policies by monitoring training unit's activities.
8. Provide personnel forecast to AAFES, MWR, and other agencies to assist in scheduling and supply ordering.
9. Give mass notification to all units on ground in the case of emergencies such as an active shooter, any threats made against the post, or to coordinate evacuation of base camp when missile tests are conducted that require evacuation.
10. Catch and release wildlife that pose a threat to units on cantonment.
Contact Us: 915-568-2191 / 2192
Location: Building 1004, Fort Bliss, Texas 79916
Greetings, and welcome. Our mission is to assist active duty and local/regional Guard and Reserve units that wish to train at Fort Bliss, Texas.
We are a one-stop shop. We will, on your behalf, coordinate your billeting, dumpsters, TOC space, arms rooms, motor pool space, Class I, Class III, ice, chemical latrines, hand-wash stations, non-tactical TMP vehicles, and wash racks. We will also put you in touch with Range Control, who can assist you with training areas and ranges.
Here is how it works: Reach out to us to start the process. Please call 915-568-2192 to speak with the Operations Supervisor. He will get some very basic information from you and assign your unit to one of our PMET Operations Clerks.
The Clerk will send you an initial packet that requires completion. One of the documents is a checklist of available items/services that we coordinate. You will also be provided their costs. We ask you to choose which of the resources you would like to use, and in what quantities. Fairly basic.
You return the packet. From this, our Operations Clerk will assist you in the creation of your Letter of Intent (LOI), which acts as a legal document on your part, declaring what you intend to use/consume. The Operations Clerk will calculate all the estimated costs IAW your choices, and provide you those estimated costs.
The Operations Clerk will assist you with linking your Resource Manager/Budget Analyst (RM/BA) with various RMs/BAs on our end. They will work together to create WBS accounts, and then your RM/BA funds those WBS accounts via GFEBS, MIPR, or old-fashioned paper check. Please understand that no resources will be coordinated until your unit moves funds into the WBS account. If you do not know who your RM/BA is, please consult your S-4 section. Once funded, our Operations Clerk will begin coordinating/locking-in the resources you requested.
Your unit arrives at Fort Bliss, trains, and departs. Our Operations Clerk will review all final resources and services you consumed. You will be provided a closeout invoice. At that time our RM/BA will capture the funds in your WBS account. If you are underfunded, your RM/BA will need to add funds. If you are overfunded, your RM/BA can capture the overage, or leave the amount in the account should your unit wish to return to Fort Bliss for training, so long as it is in the same Fiscal Year (FY).
This completes the process. If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out at the number stated above. Thank you.