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  • UNITED STATES MARINE CORPS MARINE CORPS INSTALLATIONS EAST

    PSC BOX 20005 CAMP LEJEUNE Ne 28542-0005

    MCIEASTO 1001.lA G-l/RLO

    7- 1 NOV 2011 MARINE CORPS INSTALLATIONS EAST ORDER 1001.lA

    From: To:

    Subj:

    Commanding General Distribution List

    u.S. MARINE CORPS RESERVE (USMCR) SUPPORT TO MARINE CORPS INSTALLATIONS EAST (SHORT TITLE: MCIEAST RESERVE SUPPORT SOP)

    Ref: (a) Title 10, United States Code

    Encl:

    (b) Public Law 108-375, National Defense Authorization Act Fiscal Year 2005

    (c) MCO 1001R.1K (d) MCO 5400.49B (e) MCO 3000.19A (f) MCO 5311.lD (g) MCO 1001. 62 (h) MCO P1610.7F (i) MCO Pl070.12K (j) JAGINST 5800.7E (k) MCO 1001.59A (1) MCO 6100.13 (m) MCO 6110.3 (n) NAVMED P-117 (0) MCO P1900.16F (p) DOD 7000.14-R, Department of Defense Financial Management

    Regulation, February 3, 2011 (q) NAVSO P-6034 (r) MCTFSPRIUM (s) MCO 1770.2A

    (1) MCIEAST Reserve Policy and Procedural Guidance

    Reports Required: I. MCIEAST IMA Muster Sheet (Report Control Symbol MCIEAST-OOOO-YY) chap 2, par. 3d(1) (d)

    1. Situation. To promulgate policies and procedures for the effective employment of Reserve Component (RC) individuals, and units assigned or attached to installations and subordinate units throughout Marine Corps Installations East (MCIEAST).

    2. Cancellation. MCIEASTO 1001.1.

    3. Mission. This Order establishes policies and procedures for the effective employment of RC individuals and units assigned or attached to installations and subordinate units throughout MCIEAST.

    DISTRIBUTION STATEMENT A: Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited.

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    2 1 NOV 2011 4. Execution

    a. Commander's Intent and Concept of Operations

    (1) Commander's Intent. To publish standardized procedures for the effective utilization of RC elements assigned or attached to MCIEAST.

    (2) concept of Operations. In accordance with references (a) through (s) establish policies, procedures and guidance to facilitate optimal support to affected RC personnel.

    b. Subordinate Element Missions. General and Special Staff sections and MCIEAST commanders will ensure compliance with the contents of this Order.

    5. Administration and Logistics

    a. All forms referenced in this Order can be obtained via the MCIEAST share portal utilizing the following web address: https://intranet.mcieast.usmc.mil/Manpower%20%20Adjutant/ADJUTANT/MCIEAST%20F ORMS%20MANAGEMENT%20PROGR/Pages/default.aspx

    b. Submit all recommendations concerning this Order to the Assistant Chief of Staff (AC/S), G-l (Attn: MCIEAST RLO) via the cognizant staff section.

    6. Command and Signal

    a. Command. This Order is applicable to MCIEAST .

    b. Signal. This Order is

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  • IDENTIFICATION

    Chapter 1

    1. 2. 3.

    Chapter 2

    1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

    Chapter 3

    1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

    Chapter 4

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    2.

    3.

    MCIEASTO 1001.lA

    2 1 NOV 2011 MCIEAST RESERVE POLICY AND PROCEDURAL GUIDANCE

    TITLE PAGE

    PURPOSE AND ORGANIZATION. 1-1

    Purpose ....... 1-1 MCIEAST Ready Reserve Categories. 1-1 MCIEAST Reserve Forces Aggregates and Responsibilities. . . . . . . . 1-3

    MANAGEMENT OF MCIEAST RESERVES.

    ADCON and OPCON .......... . Reserve Support Personnel IMA Program . . IRR Augments. . Administration.

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    2-1 2-1 2-3 2-6 2-6

    ACTIVE DUTY FOR OPERATIONAL SUPPORT (ADOS). 3-1

    Application 3-1 Policy. . . 3-1 ADOS-AC. 3-1 ADOS-RC. . . . . . . .. 3-1 ADOS-CO. . . . . 3-1 MCIEAST ADOS-AC and ADOS-RC Requirements. 3-1 MCIEAST ADOS-CO Requirements . . . . .. 3-2 ADOS Orders Administration. . . . . . 3-2

    DEPLOYMENT PROCESSING COMMAND RESERVE SUPPORT UNIT (EAST) (DPLMNT PROCESS CMD RSU (EAST 4-1

    DPLMNT PROCESS CMD RSU (EAST), Camp Lejeune, NC . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-1 Commanding Officer, DPLMNT PROCESS CMD RSU (EAST). 4-1 Mission . . . . . . 4-1

    i Enclosure (1)

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    Purpose and Organization

    1. Purpose. To detail selected categories of the Rei describe the concept for employment by MCIEAST organizations (MCIEAST Command Element (CE), subordinate installations and activities); outline the separate conditions and constraints that must be met prior to MCIEAST employment; delineate general and special staff officer responsibilities for the effective recruiting, planning, coordination, support, and employment of MCIEAST Reserve Marines.

    2. MCIEAST Ready Reserve Categories

    a. Active Reserve CAR)

    (1) Definition. Per reference (e), AR Marines are Selected Marine Corps Reserve (SMCR) Marines serving in full time active duty (AD) billets and are issued Permanent Change of Station Orders (peSO) to Headquarters, U.S. Marine Corps (HQMe), combatant commanders' headquarters, operational command elements or supporting establishments for two to three years. Upon completion of their tour of duty, AR Marines execute PCSO to follow-on duty stations. AR Marines serve the purpose of integrating Reserve Marines and units into AD commands, and for organizing, administering, recruiting, instructing, or training the RC.

    (2) MCIEAST Function. AR Marines maintain an operational link between the Commanding General (CG) MCIEAST, Deputy Commandant for Manpower and Reserve Affairs {DC, M&RA) , and the Commander, Marine Forces Reserve (COMARFORRES). They provide a continuous reserve expertise presence within designated MCIEAST units and effectively advise and assist, via their unit commanders, CG MCIEAST with the integration of ARS, Individual Marine Augmentees (IMAs), Individual Ready Reserves (IRRs), and SMCR units into the operational force. They are assigned to the Table of Organization (T/O) on specified MCIEAST subordinate installations and activities. The subordinate unit commander or principal or special staff officer to which they report maintain administrative and operational control (ADCON/OPCON) of them. AR personnel will participate in MCIEAST training and exercises as directed.

    b. lMA

    (1) Definition. Per reference (c), an IMA Marine is a SMCR Marine who receives, training and is pre-assigned to an Active Component (AC) organization billet that must be filled to support mobilization requirements during contingency operations or other specialized requirements. Training of IMA Marines is accomplished through any combination of drills, Annual Training (AT), Active Duty for Operational Support (ADOS), or other authorized duty periods. Principally a weekday drilling assignment, IMA periods of duty may include weekends, weekdays, or through any blend necessary to meet the training, exercise, or contingency (involuntary and voluntary) requirements of the command to which they are assigned, as arranged between the lMA Marine and the assigned work section. ADCON is maintained by MARFORRES.

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    (2) MCIEAST Function. IMA Marines are assigned to MCIEAST CE, subordinate installations, and activities with T/O Billet Identification Codes (BIC). As required, lMAs mobilize and deploy in support of MCIEAST installation requirements. When IMAs are not in an active status, military training is maintained primarily through drills and AT. Specific management of the MCIEAST IMA program is further outlined in Chapter 2.

    c. IRR

    (1) Definition. Per reference (c), the IRR consists of:

    (a) Marines who had training and served previously in the AC or SMCR, and have some period of military service obligation remaining;

    (b) Marines who completed their military service obligation and are in the IRR by voluntary agreement.

    (2) MCIEAST Function. IRR Marines are not affiliated with or assigned to MCIEAST until globally sourced into individual billet requirements, normally through a period of approved ADOS-Contingency Operations (ADOS-CO) orders. Contingency requirements are identified and approved by HQMC via CG MCIEAST chain of command. IRR Marines may also be assigned to MCIEAST by voluntarily executing ADOS-AC or ADOS-RC orders. Specific management of IRR Marines assigned to MCIEAST is outlined in Chapter 3.

    d. SMCR

    (1) Definition. SMCR members are either in the AR, IMA, or the U.S. Marine Corps Forces Reserve (MARFORRES) Reserve units (SMCR Units). Members of SMCR units belong to the 4th Marine Division, 4th Marine Logistics Group, 4th Marine Aircraft Wing, and Force level units of MARFORRES. Per reference (c), reserve units train as units or with other units and augment the AC as units, and may use Marine Corps Installations to support their training requirements.

    (2) MCIEAST Function. There are no SMCR units assigned to MCIEAST. However, during periods of training and contingency operations, SMCR units may affiliate with MCIEAST for coordination and support.

    (a) Training and Exercises. During periods of training, SMCR units coordinate their own internal personnel and records management. Per reference (d) and Chapter 4 of this Order, the Deployment Processing Command Reserve Support unit (East) (DPLMNT PROCESS CMD RSU (EAST provides for the scheduling and support of SMCR units.

    (b) Contingencies and Activation. In support of contingencies, CG MCIEAST will internally validate SMCR unit requirements then forward those to HQMC Plans, Policies, and operations (PP&O) via the chain of command for activation orders. Per reference (e), after unit recall or other activation status, reserve unit personnel and records management are, as applicable, the responsibility of the employing force commander.

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