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Subject: RTD:P 251804Z JUL 03 DA WASHINGTON DC EXORD FOR THE FEDERAL
DEPLOYMENT CENTER UNCLAS


PATUZYUW RUEADWD0668 2062013-UUUU--RUEAWIS.
ZNR UUUUU ZYW ZOC ZEO T ALL US ARMY REPS AND ACTIVITIES
P R 251804Z JUL 03
FM DA WASHINGTON DC//DAMO-AOC-CAT//
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RUENAAA/CNO WASHINGTON DC
RUEAWJA/DEPT OF JUSTICE WASHINGTON DC
RUEAWJK/DEPT OF JUSTICE COMMAND CENTER WASHINGTON DC
RUEHC/DEPT OF STATE WASHINGTON DC
RUEATRS/DEPT OF TREASURY WASHINGTON DC
RUEKJCS/OSD WASHINGTON DC
RUEKJCS/JOINT STAFF WASHINGTON DC
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RUCAACC/USCENTCOM MACDILL AFB FL
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RUEADWD/DA WASHINGTON DC
BT
UNCLAS ALARACT 097/2003
SUBJ:EXORD FOR THE FEDERAL DEPLOYMENT CENTER



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REF/A/MEMO/OSD/21 MAY 03//
AMPN/SUBJECT: DESIGNATION OF THE SECRETARY OF THE ARMY AS
DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE EXECUTIVE AGENT FOR THE OFFICE OF
RECONSTRUCTION AND HUMANITARIAN ASSISTANCE//
REF/B/CJCS/MSG/302348ZMAY03//
AMPN/SUBJECT: EXECUTE ORDER FOR THE TRAINING, EQUIPPING, AND
ADMINISTRATIVE AND MEDICAL PROCESSING OF NON-UNIT RELATED PERSONNEL
FOR DEPLOYMENT TO THE IRAQI THEATER OF OPERATIONS (ITO) IN SUPPORT
OF OPERATION IRAQI FREEDOM (OIF)//
REF/C/OSD/MEMO/16 JUNE 03//
AMPN/SUBJECT: AUTHORITY OF THE ADMINISTRATOR OF THE COALITION
PROVISIONAL AUTHORITY AND SUPPORT RELATIONSHIPS//
REF/D/HQDA/MSG/131234ZMAY03//
AMPN/SUBJECT: EXORD EXECUTIVE DEPLOYMENT CENTER//
REF/E/PCC/EMAIL/12 JUNE 03//
AMPN/SUBJECT: CFLCC VALIDATED DEPLOYMENT CHECKLIST//
1. SITUATION.
1.A. WITH THE CONCLUSION OF DECISIVE COMBAT OPERATIONS (PHASE III),
THE CRITICAL OPERATIONAL REQUIREMENT IS TO BRING SECURITY AND
STABILITY TO IRAQ. IN SUPPORT OF STABILITY OPERATIONS, THE US



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GOVERNMENT WILL DEPLOY AN ARRAY OF PERSONNEL FROM BOTH DOD AND
NON-DOD AGENCIES AND ORGANIZATIONS. PROMINENT AMONG THESE
ORGANIZATIONS ARE THE COALITION PROVISIONAL AUTHORITY (CPA) AND THE
IRAQI SURVEY GROUP (ISG). THESE ORGANIZATIONS WILL BE COMPRISED OF
DOD AND NON-DOD CIVILIAN PERSONNEL, AS WELL AS, CONTRACTOR PERSONNEL
AND SELECTED IRAQI NATIONALS. ALTHOUGH DECISIVE COMBAT OPERATIONS
MAY HAVE ENDED IN IRAQ, SIGNIFICANT THREATS REMAIN FROM REGIME
LOYALISTS, COMMON CRIMINALS, ENVIRONMENTAL THREATS, AND UNEXPLODED
ORDNANCE, AMONG OTHERS. ALL PERSONNEL DEPLOYING TO THE IRAQI
THEATER OF OPERATIONS MUST POSSESS BASIC SKILLS AND EQUIPMENT TO
HELP MITIGATE THESE THREATS.
1.B. THIS EXORD OUTLINES THE CONCEPT OF OPERATIONS AND PROVIDES THE
DETAILS OF EXECUTION TO SUPPORT THE DEPLOYMENT AND REDEPLOYMENT OF
DOD, NON-DOD, AND CONTRACTOR PERSONNEL IN SUPPORT OF OPERATIONS IN
IRAQ. IN ACCORDANCE WITH REFERENCES A AND B, THE ARMY ASSUMES
RESPONSIBILITY FOR THE MEDICAL, PERSONNEL, TRAINING, AND EQUIPMENT
READINESS OF ALL DOD, NON-DOD, CONTRACTOR, SELECTED IRAQI NATIONALS,
AND EXECUTIVE PERSONNEL DEPLOYING IN SUPPORT OF STABILITY OPERATIONS
IN IRAQ.
2. MISSION. BEGINNING 28 JULY 03, THE ARMY TRAINS, EQUIPS, AND



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CONDUCTS MEDICAL AND PERSONNEL READINESS PROCESSING OF ALL PERSONNEL
THROUGH THE CONUS REPLACEMENT CENTERS AT FORTS BENNING, SILL, AND
BLISS; AND THE FDC AT FORT BELVOIR AND IN THEATER, IN SUPPORT OF
CENTCOM AND THE COALITION PROVISIONAL AUTHORITY.
3. CONCEPT OF THE OPERATION.
3.A. INTENT. TO ENSURE ALL PERSONNEL IDENTIFIED FOR DEPLOYMENT
MEET THE STATED REQUIREMENTS OF THE COMBATANT COMMANDER AND THE
ADMINISTRATOR, COALITION PROVISIONAL AUTHORITY (A-CPA). SUCCESS IS
DEFINED AS ALL PERSONNEL HAVE DEPLOYED AND REDEPLOYED THRU AN ARMY
CRC OR THE FDC MEETING ALL DEPLOYMENT AND REDEPLOYMENT CRITERIA.
3.B. ALL DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY MILITARY, CIVILIAN, AND CONTRACTOR
(DEFINED AS THOSE CONTRACTED BY THE ARMY TO SUPPORT THE ARMY)
PERSONNEL, WILL CONTINUE TO PROCESS THRU THE CONUS REPLACEMENT
CENTERS (CRC). RED CROSS AND ARMY AND AIR FORCE EXCHANGE SERVICES
(AAFES) PERSONNEL WILL ALSO CONTINUE TO PROCESS THRU THE CRCS.
3.B.1. THE CRC AT FORT BENNING WILL CONTINUE TO SUPPORT PERSONNEL
DEPLOYING IN SUPPORT OF CJTF-180 IN AFGHANISTAN, BOSNIA, KOSOVO, AND
TO PROVIDE INDIVIDUAL DEPLOYMENT SITE (IDS) SUPPORT TO OTHER AREAS
AS REQUIRED BY CURRENT OPERATIONS.
3.B.2. THE CRCS AT FORTS BLISS AND SILL WILL CONTINUE TO SUPPORT



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THE DEPLOYMENT OF DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY PERSONNEL (MILITARY,
CIVILIAN, CONTRACTORS AS DEFINED IN 3B ABOVE), RED CROSS AND AAFES
PERSONNEL IN SUPPORT OF STABILITY OPERATIONS IN IRAQ.
3.C. IN ACCORDANCE WITH REFERENCE B, THE ARMY WILL PROCESS USAF,
USN, AND USMC PERSONNEL ON A CASE-BY-CASE BASIS AT THE REQUEST OF
THE INDIVIDUAL OR SERVICE.
3.D. UPON IMPLEMENTATION OF THIS EXORD AND THE FEDERAL DEPLOYMENT
CENTER, REFERENCE D IS RESCINDED AND EXECUTIVES WILL PROCESS IN
ACCORDANCE WITH THE PROVISIONS OF THE FEDERAL DEPLOYMENT CENTER.
3.E. THE ARMY WILL ESTABLISH AN FDC IN CONUS AT FORT BELVOIR AND
OCONUS IN THEATER TO PROCESS PERSONNEL FOR DEPLOYMENT TO THE
THEATER.   THERE ARE SIX PHASES TO THE CONCEPT OF OPERATION FOR THE
FDC. PHASE-I (ONE) IS COMPLETION OF PRE-REQUISITE REQUIREMENTS,
PHASE-II (TWO) IS MEDICAL AND PERSONNEL READINESS PROCESSING AT THE
CONUS FDC AT FORT BELVOIR, PHASE-III (THREE) IS DEPLOYMENT TO THE
THEATER, PHASE-IV (FOUR) IS RECEPTION IN THEATER, TRAINING, AND
EQUIPPING AT THE OCONUS FDC IN THEATER, PHASE-V (FIVE) IS
INDIVIDUALS MISSION, AND PHASE-VI IS REDEPLOYMENT THRU THE OCONUS
FDC TO COMPLETE POST DEPLOYMENT MEDICAL REQUIREMENTS,
ACCOUNTABILITY, AND ARRANGE FOR MOVEMENT BACK TO HOME STATION.



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3.E.1. PHASE-I. ALL PERSONNEL MUST COMPLETE THE FOLLOWING
REQUIREMENTS PRIOR TO REPORTING TO THE FDC AT FORT BELVOIR:
3.E.1.A. PERSONNEL MUST REPORT WITH A VALID HIV TEST WITH NEGATIVE
RESULT WITHIN SIX MONTHS OF THE REPORT DATE TO THE FDC.
3.E.1.B. CIVILIAN AND CONTRACTOR PERSONNEL MUST REPORT WITH
REQUIRED PASSPORT, COUNTRY CLEARANCE, AND KUWAIT VISA. (STATUS OF
FORCES AGREEMENTS MAY NEGATE THIS REQUIREMENT.)
3.E.1.C. PERSONNEL MUST REPORT WITH A COMPLETED PHYSICAL AND DENTAL
EXAM WITHIN 12 MONTHS OF THE REPORT DATE TO THE FDC.
3.E.1.D. PERSONNEL MUST REPORT WITH A COMPLETED TB PURIFIED PROTEIN
DERIVATIVE TEST (PPD) WITHIN 12 MONTHS.
3.E.1.E. FEMALE PERSONNEL MUST REPORT WITH A CURRENT NEGATIVE
PREGNANCY TEST WITHIN ONE MONTH OF THE REPORT DATE TO THE FDC.
3.E.1.F. PERSONNEL REQUIRING PRESCRIPTION MEDICATION MUST DEPLOY
WITH A SUFFICIENT AMOUNT OF MEDICINES TO SUPPORT THE ENTIRE DURATION
OF THEIR DEPLOYMENT IN THEATER OR HAVE MADE ARRANGEMENTS TO OBTAIN
REQUIRED MEDICINE OUTSIDE OF THE ARMY HEALTHCARE SYSTEM.
3.E.1.G. PERSONNEL WHO WEAR GLASSES OR CONTACTS MUST DEPLOY WITH AN
ADDITIONAL PAIR OF GLASSES AND EXTRA CONTACTS TO SUSTAIN THEM DURING
THE DEPLOYMENT.



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3.E.1.H. PERSONNEL MUST RECEIVE THE FOLLOWING IMMUNIZATIONS PRIOR
TO ARRIVAL AT THE FDC TO BE CLEARED FOR ENTRY INTO THEATER:
3.E.1.H.1. HEPATITIS A VACCINE
3.E.1.H.2. HEPATITIS B VACCINE FOR MEDICAL, POLICE, AND FIRE
PERSONNEL
3.E.1.H.3. INFLUENZA (CURRENT ANNUAL VACCINE)
3.E.1.H.4. MEASLES (AT LEAST ONE SHOT AS AN ADULT IF BORN IN OR
AFTER 1956).
3.E.1.H.5. ORAL POLIO (PRIMARY SERIES PLUS ONE DOSE AS AN ADULT).
3.E.1.H.6. TETANUS-DEPHTHERIA (WITHIN 10 YEARS).
3.E.1.H.7. MALARIA, AND LEISHMANIASIS MEDICATION IN A SUFFICIENT
QUANTITY TO SUPPORT THE LENGTH OF THE DEPLOYMENT. THEATER POLICY IS
DOXYCYCLINE 100 MG PER DAY STARTING 2 DAYS BEFORE DEPLOYMENT UNTIL 4
WEEKS AFTER RETURN. IF ALLERGIC TO DOXYCYCLINE, USE MEFLOQUINE 25O
MG PER WEEK STARTING 2 WEEKS BEFORE DEPLOYMENT UNTIL 4 WEEKS AFTER
RETURN. (IN ADDITION, PRIMAQUINE 15 MG PER DAY MUST BE TAKEN FOR 2
WEEKS AFTER RETURN FROM DEPLOYMENT.
3.E.1.J. COMPLETED AND VALIDATED DD FORM 1172-2 FOR ISSUE OF
GOVERNMENT IDENTIFCATION CARD.
3.E.1.H.8. PHASE I ENDS WHEN PERSONNEL COMPLETE THE PRE-REQUISITE



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REQUIREMENTS AND ARRIVE AT THE FORT BELVOIR FDC. THE FDC WILL NOT
PROCESS PERSONNEL WHO DO NOT MEET THE PREREQUISITES.
3.E.2. PHASE-II. EACH GOVERNMENT AGENCY DEPLOYING PERSONNEL
(EITHER AGENCY OR AGENCY CONTRACTORS) THROUGH THE FDC WILL CONTACT
THE CONUS FDC ADMIN SECTION, AT (703) 805-9361, TO MAKE A
RESERVATION FOR PROCESSING AND ESTABLISH A POINT OF CONTACT TO
RESLOVE ANY ISSUES. RESERVATIONS SHOULD BE MADE 10 DAYS PRIOR TO
THE DESIRED PROCESSING DATE. THE ADMIN SECTION FOR THE CONUS FDC IS
LOCATED INITIALLY IN BUILDING 1017 WITH MOVEMENT TO BUILDING 708 ON
OR ABOUT 11 AUG 03. ALL PERSONNEL PROCESSING WILL BEGIN WITH THE
ADMIN SECTION. CONUS FDC HOURS OF OPERATION ARE 0700-1900, MONDAY
THROUGH FRIDAY. PERSONNEL WILL UNDERGO MEDICAL AND PERSONNEL
READINESS PROCESSING AT THE CONUS FDC FORT BELVOIR. CONUS FDC WILL
SCREEN PERSONNEL AS FOLLOWS:
3.E.2.A. SCREEN PERSONNEL TO ENSURE ALL MEET THE PRE-REQUISITE
REQUIREMENTS. DIRECT PERSONNEL NOT MEETING THE PRE-REQUISITE
REQUIREMENTS TO RETURN TO HOME STATION AND REPORT BACK TO THE FDC
ONCE ALL PRE-REQUISITES ARE COMPLETED.
3.E.2.B. ESTABLISH AND MAINTAIN PROCESSING ACCOUNTABILITY AND
PROVIDE A RECONCILED PERSONNEL REPORT DAILY TO HQDA G-1 AND G-4.



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3.E.2.C.   CONDUCT PRE-DEPLOYMENT MEDICAL PROCESSING UTILIZING FORM
DD 2795 AS THE PRE-DEPLOYMENT MEDICAL CHECKLIST.
3.E.2.D. PROVIDE SMALLPOX AND 1ST ANTHRAX IMMUNIZATIONS FOR ENTRY
INTO THEATER UNLESS MEDICALLY EXEMPT. ENSURE IMMUNIZATION
INFORMATION IS ENTERED INTO MEDPROS (MAY USE EIMMUNE, RIDES-E OR
OTHER METHOD.)
3.E.2.E. COLLECT DNA SAMPLE FOR CPA PERSONNEL AND FORWARD TO ARMED
FORCES INSTITUTE OF PATHOLOGY FOR PROCESSING. (POC: MR. DAVID A.
BOYER, AFIP, (301) 319-0366)
3.E.2.F. CREATE DEPLOYMENT PACKETS FOR PERSONNEL.
3.E.2.G. COMPLETE DD FORM 93 ON PERSONNEL AND FORWARD ONE COPY TO
CDR PERSCOM.
3.E.2.H.   ISSUE ID CARD AND DEERS ENROLLMENT, COMPLETED DD FORM
1172-2 REQIRED FOR ISSUE.
3.E.2.I. SCREEN INDIVIDUAL IMMUNIZATION RECORDS AND PREPARE FORM
PHS-731 INTERNATIONAL CERTIFICATE OF VACCINATION (YELLOW SHOT
RECORD) FOR INDIVIDUALS TO RECORD THEIR IMMUNIZATION STATUS.
3.E.2.J. COLLECT BLOOD SERUM SAMPLE AND FORWARD TO DOD SERUM
REPOSITORY (POC: MAJ EVA CALERO, (301) 251-8382). THE SAMPLE WILL
BE USED TO ESTABLISH A SERUM BASELINE.



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3.E.2.K. PROVIDE 2D SERIES SHOTS (HEP A AND HEP B) BASED ON INITIAL
SCREEN OF INDIVIDUAL IMMUNIZATIONS RECORDS.
3.E.3. PHASE-III.
3.E.3. A. CONUS FDC WILL NOT ASSIST OR ARRANGE FOR TRANSPORTATION
EITHER AT FORT BELVOIR OR IN THEATER. IT IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF
THE SPONSORING AGENCY TO ARRANGE FOR THE TRAVEL OF PERSONNEL TO THE
THEATER. ORGANIZATIONS ARE ENCOURAGED TO UTILIZE CHANNEL FLIGHTS
DEPARTING FROM BALTIMORE / WASHINGTON INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (BWI).
POC FOR FLIGHT INFORMATION AND AVAILABLITY IS THE AIR MOBILITY
COMMAND REPRSENTITIVE AT BWI, TOLL FREE, 1-877-429-4263, OPTION 2.
3.E.3.B. PERSONNEL DEPLOY TO THE THEATER OF OPERATIONS.
3.E.4. PHASE-IV. THE OCONUS FDC IS INITIALLY LOCATED IN KUWAIT AND
LATER IN BAGHDAD WHEN CONDITIONS PERMIT. ALL PERSONNEL WILL ARRIVE
IN THEATER AND COMPLETE THE FOLLOWING REQUIREMENTS AT THE OCONUS
FDC:
3.E.4.A. ESTABLISH AND MAINTAIN PROCESSING ACCOUNTABILITY AND
PROVIDE A RECONCILED PERSONNEL REPORT DAILY TO HQDA G-1 AND G-4.
3.E.4.B. ISSUE EQUIPMENT IN ACCORDANCE WITH CENTCOM REQUIREMENTS.
3.E.4.C. PROVIDE TRAINING IN ACCORDANCE WITH CENTCOM REQUIREMENTS.
3.E.4.D. PERSONNEL MUST COORDINATE TRANSPORTATION WITH THEIR AGENCY



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FOR ONWARD MOVEMENT TO DUTY LOCATION.
3.E.4.E. SCREEN IMMUNIZATION RECORDS AND PROVIDE 2ND SERIES SHOTS
(ANTHRAX, HEP A, HEP B) IF REQUIRED.
3.E.5. PHASE-V: PERSONNEL EXECUTE DEPLOYMENT MISSION.
3.E.6. PHASE-VI: PERSONNEL WILL COMPLETE THE FOLLOWING
REDEPLOYMENT REQUIREMENTS AT THE OCONUS THEATER FDC:
3.E.6.A. ESTABLISH AND MAINTAIN PROCESSING ACCOUNTABILITY AND
PROVIDE A RECONCILED DAILY REPORT TO HQDA G-1 AND G-4.
3.E.6.B. CONDUCT A POST MEDICAL SCREEN OF ALL PERSONNEL UTILIZING
FORM DD 2796 AS THE POST-DEPLOYMENT MEDICAL CHECKLIST AND PROVIDE A
POST-DEPLOYMENT TUBERCULOSIS TEST (PPD).
3.E.6.C. PERSONNEL WILL RETURN ALL EQUIPMENT ISSUED TO THE OCONUS
FDC.
3.E.6.D. PERSONNEL MUST COORDINATE RETURN TRANSPORTATION TO CONUS
AS THIS IS AN INDIVIDUAL/AGENCY RESPONSIBILITY. OCONUS FDC WILL
PROVIDE TRANSPORTATION FROM REDEPLOYMENT CENTER TO AIRPORT IN KUWAIT
(AND EVENTUALLY BAGHDAD).
3.E.6.E. COLLECT POST-DEPLOYMENT BLOOD SERUM SAMPLE AND FORWARD DOD
SERUM REPOSITORY (POC: MAJ 3VA CALERO, (301)251-8382).
3.E.6.F. ENSURE THAT ALL PERSONNEL HAVE AN ADEQUATE QUANTITY OF



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MALARIA MEDICATION TO COMPLETE 4 WEEKS OF PROPHYLAXIS WITH EITHER
DOXYCYCLINE OR MEFLOQUINE AND 2 WEEKS OF TERMINAL PROPHYLAXIS WITH
PRIMAQUINE 15 MG PER DAY.
3.F. TASKS FOR CPA, MACOMS AND HQDA AGENCIES: CPA FORWARD WILL
PROVIDE AN ACCOUNTABLE OFFICER TO SIGN OVER EQUIPMENT TO FDC FORWARD
CONTRACTORS
3.F.1. TASKS TO HQDA, G-4.
3.F.1.A. ESTABLISH CONTRACTOR LOGISTICS SUPPORT FOR THE FDC MISSION
AT FORT BELVOIR AND IN THEATER. CONUS FDC MUST BE ABLE TO SUPPORT
AN ANTICIPATED DEPLOYMENT FLOW OF 100 PER WEEK WITH SURGE CAPABILITY
OF 200 PER WEEK. OCONUS FDC MUST BE ABLE TO REDEPLOY 50 PER WEEK.
3.F.1.B. ENSURE THE AVAILABILITY OF EQUIPMENT TO SUPPORT THE OCONUS
FDC MISSION.
3.F.2. TASKS TO OTSG.
3.F.2.A. PROVIDE IMMUNIZATION SERUMS IN SUPPORT OF THE CONUS FDC AT
FORT BELVOIR.
3.F.2.B. PROVIDE MEDICAL FORMS (IMMUNIZATIONS FORM PHS-731
INTERNATIONAL CERTIFICATE OF VACCINATION, PREDEPLOYMENT MEDICAL
CHECKLIST, AND POST DEPLOYMENT MEDICAL CHECKLIST) TO THE FDC.
3.F.2.C. CERTIFY FDC MEDICAL EQUIPMENT, PERSONNEL, AND SYSTEMS TO



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ENSURE COMPLIANCE WITH APPLICABLE REGULATIONS.
3.F.3. TASKS TO IMA.
3.F.3.A. PROVIDE SPACE AT FORT BELVOIR TO EXECUTE THE CONUS FDC.
3.F.3.B. PROVIDE ELECTRICAL AND TELEPHONE CAPABILITY AT THE SPACE
PROVIDED.
3.F.3.C. PROVIDE CONNECTIVITY FOR DEERS PROCESSING, ID CARDS, AND
OTHER DOIM SUPPORT AS IDENTIFIED BY THE CONTRACTOR.
3.F.3.D. OFFICE FURNITURE WILL BE IDENTIFIED AND PROVIDED BY THE
CONTRACTOR.
3.F.3.D. PROVIDE A LOCKABLE FILE CABINET TO STORE CONTROLLED ITEMS
(ID CARDS).
3.F.4. TASKS TO HQDA G-1. MAINTAIN ACCOUNTABILITY DATA OF THOSE
DEPLOYED TROUGH THE FDC.
3.F.5. CONUS FDC AT FORT BELVOIR. EXECUTE ALL TASKS AS IDENTIFIED
IN PHASE II OF THE OPERATION PARAGRAPH 3.E.2.
3.F.6. OCONUS FDC IN KUWAIT. EXECUTE ALL TASKS AS IDENTIFIED IN
PHASES IV AND VI OF THE OPERATION PARAGRAPHS 3.E.4. AND 3.E.6.
3.F.7. TASKS TO TRADOC. CONDUCT CRC OPERATIONS AT FORTS BENNING,
SILL, AND BLISS TO SUPPORT COMBATANT COMMANDER'S REQUIREMENTS AROUND
THE WORLD.



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3.F.8. TASKS TO COMMANDER IMA. PROVIDE C2 OVERSIGHT OF THE CONUS
FDC MISSION AT FORT BELVOIR.
3.F.9. RESPONSIBILITIES OF AGENCIES AND COMPANIES SENDING PERSONNEL
THROUGH THE FDC WILL:
3.F.9.A. MAKE RESERVATIONS AT FDC FOR PERSONNEL
3.F.9.B. ENSURE PERSONNEL MEET ALL PREREQUISITES BEFORE ARRIVAL AT
CONUS FDC.
3.F.9.C. MAKE DEPLOYABILITY DECISIONS FOR THEIR PERSONNEL; FDC FT.
BELVOIR WILL ONLY MAKE DEPLOYABILITY RECOMMENDATIONS.
3.F.9.D. ENSURE ANY SPECIAL PERSONAL ACCOMODATIONS ARE MET, SUCH AS
MEDICATIONS AND EYE CARE WEAR FOR THE PERSONNEL THEY CHOOSE TO
DEPLOY. THE ARMY WILL ONLY PROVIDE THE EQUIPMENT AND SERVICES
SPECIFICALLY STATED IN THIS MESSAGE. THE AGENCIES AND COMPANIES ARE
RESPONSIBLE FOR ANYTHING ABOVE AND BEYOND THAT THEIR EMPLOYEES
REQUIRE.
3.F.9.E. MAKE TRAVEL ARRANGEMENTS TO AND FROM THEATER
PROVIDE POINTS OF CONTACT TO ANSWER QUESTIONS REGARDING THE
PERSONNEL THEY SEND TO THE FDC.
3.G. COORDINATING INSTRUCTIONS.
3.G.1. THE ARMY IS IN SUPPORT OF ALL DOD AND NON-DOD AGENCIES AND



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ORGANIZATIONS WITH VALID CPA REQUIREMENTS.
3.G.2. HQDA (ASA FM&C) WILL PROVIDE FUNDING TO SUPPORT THE FDC
MISSION.
3.G.3. HQDA WILL COORDINATE WITH DOD COMPTROLLER TO DETERMINE
WHETHER ARMY WILL BE FUNDED FOR THIS MISSION OR WILL BE REQUIRED TO
SEEK REIMBURSEMENT FROM OTHER AGENCIES. IF REIMBURSEMENT IS
REQUIRED, HQDA WILL ESTABLISH PROCEDURES TO COLLECT REIMBURSEMENT AT
THE HIGHEST ORGANIZATION LEVEL POSSIBLE. CRCS AND THE FDC MUST
ENSURE SUFFICIENT ACCOUNTABILITY FOR PROCESSED INDIVIDUALS TO ENABLE
HQDA TO DETERMINE REQUIRED REIMBURSEMENT BY AGENCY.
3.G.4. FOR THOSE UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT (USG) OR NON-USG
ORGANIZATIONS REQUIRED TO REIMBURSE FOR PROCESSING (MEDICAL,
PERSONNEL, TRAINING, EQUIPPING, DEPLOYING, AND REDEPLOYING), THE
ARMY WILL PROVIDE ORGANIZATIONS WITH A COST PER INDIVIDUAL.
3.G.5. CPA. IN ORDER FOR HQDA, MACOMS, AND SUBORDINATE AGENCIES TO
EXECUTE THIS EXORD, CPA WILL NEED TO ACCOMPLISH THE FOLLOWING TASKS:
3.G.5.A. SCHEDULE CPA PERSONNEL FOR PROCESSING THROUGH THE CONUS
AND OCONUS FDC AT FORT BELVOIR AND IN THEATER.
3.G.5.B. ARRANGE TRANSPORTATION FOR CPA PERSONNEL FROM AND WITHIN
THEATER OF OPERATIONS.



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3.G.5.C. CPA REAR AND CPA FORWARD MUST COORDINATE AND SHARE
INFORMATION CONCERNING THE MOVEMENT OF CPA PERSONNEL TO AND FROM THE
THEATER.
3.G.6. PERSONNEL PROCESSING REQUIREMENTS. ALL PERSONNEL WILL
PROCESS FOR DEPLOYMENT IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE DA FORM 7425 READINESS
AND DEPLOYMENT CHECKLIST. UPON REDEPLOYMENT, PERSONNEL WILL PROCESS
IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE REDEPLOYMENT, POST-DEPLOYMENT AND
RECONSTITUTION CHECKLIST.
3.G.7. MEDICAL PROCESSING REQUIREMENTS. ALL PERSONNEL WILL PROCESS
IN ACCORDANCE WITH DD FORM 2795 PRE-DEPLOYMENT HEALTH ASSESSMENT
(FOR DEPLOYMENT) AND DD FORM 2796 POST DEPLOYMENT HEALTH ASSESSMENT
(UPON REDEPLOYMENT). A COPY OF THESE FORMS WILL BE PACKAGED, MARKED
AS DEPLOY FORMS AND SENT TO: ARMY MEDICAL SURVEILLANCE ACTIVITY,
6900 GEORGIA AVE NW, BLDG T-20, RM 213, WASHINGTON, DC 20307.
3.G.8. TRAINING REQUIREMENTS. ALL PERSONNEL WILL RECEIVE TRAINING
ON THE FOLLOWING SUBJECTS.
3.G.8.A. MASK FITTING AND CONFIDENCE EXERCISE.
3.G.8.B. MEDICAL THREAT BRIEFING.
3.G.8.C. ANTI-TERRORISM LEVEL ONE BRIEFING.
3.G.8.D. COUNTRY OVERVIEW BRIEFING.



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3.G.8.E. DEFENSIVE TRAVEL BRIEFING.
3.G.8.F. BIOLOGICAL AND CHEMICAL WARFARE PROTECTIVE MEASURES
BRIEFING.
3.G.8.G. MINE AND UNEXPLODED ORDNANCE AWARENESS TRAINING.
3.G.8.H. RULES OF ENGAGEMENT BRIEFING (MILITARY PERSONNEL ONLY).
3.G.8.I. WEAPONS QUALIFICATION (MILITARY PERSONNEL ONLY).
3.G.8.J. INDIVIDUAL READINESS TRAINING (IRT) (ONLY THOSE DEPLOYING
TO KOSOVO AND BOSNIA THROUGH THE FORT BENNING CRC).
4. SERVICE SUPPORT.
4.A. THE FOLLOWING ARE CENTCOM'S EQUIPMENT REQUIREMENTS, BY
CATEGORY, FOR THOSE DEPLOYING INTO IRAQ.
4.A.1. MILITARY PERSONNEL.
4.A.1.A. BAG, DUFFLE 3EA
4.A.1.B. BAG, WATERPROOF 2EA
4.A.1.C. BAG, BARRACKS 1EA
4.A.1.D. BELT, INDIVIDUAL 1EA
4.A.1.E. BODY ARMOR PASGT 1EA
4.A.1.F. BOOT, HOT WEATHER TAN 2EA
4.A.1.G. CANTEEN, JUNGLE 1EA
4.A.1.H. CANTEEN, PLASTIC 1QT 1EA



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4.A.1.I. CAP, CAMOUFLAGE PATTERN 1EA
4.A.1.J. CARRIER, INTRENCHING TOOL 1EA
4.A.1.K. CASE FIRST AID 1EA
4.A.1.L. COAT CAMO PAT LW DAY DES 2EA
4.A.1.M. COAT, CHEMICAL PROTECTION 2EA
4.A.1.N. COAT, COLD WEATHER 1EA
4.A.1.O. COVER CANTEEN 1Q1 1EA
4.A.1.P. COVER, BIVY 1EA
4.A.1.Q. COVER, CANTEEN DESERT 1EA
4.A.1.R. COVER, HELMET 3-COLOR 1EA
4.A.1.S. COVER, HELMET, PASGT 1EA
4.A.1.T. CUP CANTEEN WATER 1EA
4.A.1.U. DRAWERS, CW 3EA
4.A.1.V. GLOVE SET CHEMICAL 2EA
4.A.1.W. GLOVES INSERTS, COLD WEATHER 2EA
4.A.1.X. GLOVES SHELLS, COLD WEATHER 1EA
4.A.1.Y. HAT DESERT DAY LW 1EA
4.A.1.Z. HELMET, GT PASGT COMP 1EA
4.A.1.AA. HOOD, CW BALACLAVA 1EA
4.A.1.AB. ICW SLEEPING BAG 1EA
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4.A.1.AC. INTRENCHING TOOL 1EA
4.A.1.AD. KIT BAG, FLYERS 1EA
4.A.1.AE. LINER, COAT FIELD 1EA
4.A.1.AF. MASK, CHEMICAL-1310 M40EI 1EA
4.A.1.AG. MAT SLEEPING 1EA
4.A.1.AH. NECKERCHIEF 2EA
4.A.1.AI. OVERSHOES RUBBER OG 3EA
4.A.1.AJ. PARKA, CW GORTEX 1EA
4.A.1.AK. PARKA RAIN SUIT 1EA
4.A.1.AL. PATROL SLEEPING BAG 1EA
4.A.1.AM. PONCHO, NYLON 1EA
4.A.1.AN. SACK, STUFF 1EA
4.A.1.AO. TROUSERS CAM PAT LW DAY 2EA
4.A.1.AP. TROUSERS, CHEMICAL PROTECT 2EA
4.A.1.AQ. TROUSERS, CW GORTEX 1EA
4.A.1.AR. TROUSERS, RAIN SUIT 1EA
4.A.1.AS. UNDERSHIRT, C/W 3 EA
4.A.1.AT. VEST TACTICAL LOAD CARRYING 1EA
4.A.1.AU. ENLISTED-RIFLE M16A2 1EA
4.A.1.AV. OFFICER-PISTOL, M9 1EA



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4.A.2. CIVILIAN PERSONNEL (DA, DOD, CPA, AND OTHER GOVERNMENT
AGENCY CIVILIANS).
4.A.2.A. BAG, DUFFLE 3EA
4.A.2.B. BAG, WATERPROOF 2EA
4.A.2.C. BAG, BARRACKS 1EA
4.A.2.D. BELT, INDIVIDUAL 1EA
4.A.2.E. BODY ARMOR PASGT 1EA
4.A.2.F. BOOT, HOT WEATHER TAN 2EA
4.A.2.G. CANTEEN, PLASTIC 1QT 2EA
4.A.2.H. CAP, CAMOUFLAGE PATTERN 1EA
4.A.2.I. CASE FIRST AID 1EA
4.A.2.J. COAT CAMO PAT LW DAY DES 2EA
4.A.2.K. COAT, COLD WEATHER 1EA
4.A.2.L. COVER CANTEEN 1Q1 2EA
4.A.2.M. COVER, BIVY 1EA
4.A.2.N. COVER, HELMET 3-COLOR 1EA
4.A.2.O. COVER, HELMET, PASGT 1EA
4.A.2.P. CUP CANTEEN WATER 1EA
4.A.2.Q. HAT DESERT DAY LW 1EA
4.A.2.R. HELMET, GT PASGT COMP 1EA



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4.A.2.S. ICW SLEEPING BAG 1EA
4.A.2.T. LINER, COAT FIELD 1EA
4.A.2.U. MASK, CHEMICAL-1310 M40EI 1EA
4.A.2.V. MAT SLEEPING 1EA
4.A.2.W. OVERSHOES RUBBER OG 1EA
4.A.2.X. PARKA RAIN SUIT 1EA
4.A.2.Y. PATROL SLEEPING BAG 1EA
4.A.2.Z. PONCHO, NYLON 1EA
4.A.2.AA. SACK, STUFF 1EA
4.A.2.AB. TROUSERS CAM PAT LW DAY 2EA
4.A.2.AC. TROUSERS, RAIN SUIT 1EA
4.A.2.AD. SUSPENDERS, NYLON
4.A.3. CONTRACTOR PERSONNEL.
4.A.3.A. BAG, DUFFLE 3EA
4.A.3.B. BAG, WATERPROOF 2EA
4.A.3.C. BAG, BARRACKS 1EA
4.A.3.D. BELT, INDIVIDUAL 1EA
4.A.3.E. BODY ARMOR PASGT 1EA
4.A.3.F. CANTEEN, PLASTIC 1QT 2EA
4.A.3.G. CASE FIRST AID 1EA



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4.A.3.H. COVER CANTEEN 1Q1 2EA
4.A.3.I. COVER, BIVY 1EA
4.A.3.J. COVER, HELMET, PASGT 1EA
4.A.3.K. CUP CANTEEN WATER 1EA
4.A.3.L. HELMET, GT PASGT COMP 1EA
4.A.3.M. ICW SLEEPING BAG 1EA
4.A.3.N. LINER, COAT FIELD 1EA
4.A.3.O. MASK, CHEMICAL-1310 M40EI 1EA
4.A.3.P. MAT SLEEPING 1EA
4.A.3.Q. OVERSHOES RUBBER OG 1EA
4.A.3.R. PARKA RAIN SUIT 1EA
4.A.3.S. PATROL SLEEPING BAG 1EA
4.A.3.T. PONCHO, NYLON 1EA
4.A.3.U. SACK, STUFF 1EA
4.A.3.V. TROUSERS, RAIN SUIT 1EA
4.A.3.W. SUSPENDERS, NYLON 1EA
4.B. EQUIPMENT REQUIREMENTS FOR THOSE DEPLOYING ISO OPERATIONS IN
AFGHANISTAN, BOSNIA, KOSOVO, AND OTHER LOCATIONS REMAIN THE SAME AS
PREVIOUSLY IDENTIFIED BY COMBATANT COMMANDERS.
5. POINTS OF CONTACT.



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5.A. HQDA G-3 POC IS MAJ COCONIS AT DSN 225-4058.
5.B. IMA POC IS MR. BOWERSOX AT 703-602-4254.
5.C. HQDA G-1 POC IS MAJ BRISCHKE AT DSN 223-7839.
5.D. HQDA ASA FM&C POC IS COL WOOD AT DSN 222-6237.
5.E. HQDA G-4 POC IS MR. KING AT DSN 224-2391.
5.F. MEDCOM POC IS COL TABARONI AT 703-681-2901.
5.G. CPA POC IS MR. MIKE SHANE AT DSN 224-6891.
5.H. NARMC POC IS CPT DAVIS AT 202-782-1128.
5.J. DIRLAUTH BETWEEN MACOMS AND AGENCIES IS AUTHORIZED.
6. EXPIRATION DATE CANNOT BE DETERMINED.
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