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    Civil Disturbance Plan, GARDEN PLOT, 15-February-1991

    Requested date: 17-December-2008 Released date: 28-August-2009 Posted date: 09-September-2009 Source of document: Department of Defense

    Office of Freedom of Information 1155 Defense Pentagon Washington, DC 20301-1155

    Note: The DoD Civil Disturbance Plan, nicknamed GARDEN

    PLOT, was superseded after the events of September 11, 2001. The replacement to Garden Plot is Concept Plan (CONPLAN) 2502, also confusingly known as CONPLAN 3502, and is the responsibility of U. S. Northern Command. It may be requested under FOIA by writing to:

    HQ NORAD USNORTHCOM/CS ATTN: FOIA OFFICER 250 VANDENBERG STREET SUITE B016 PETERSON AFB CO 80914-3804

    See following page for other available GARDEN PLOT

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  • Four GARDEN PLOT-related documents are available from governmentattic.org:

    1. US Department of the Army Civil Disturbance Plan GARDEN PLOT 10-September-1968 available here: DA-CivilDisturbPlanGardenPlot_1968.pdf

    2. US Air Force (USAF) Reserve Operations Plan Number 355-10 Employment of USAF

    Resources in Civil Disturbances, Nickname: GARDEN PLOT, 15-November-1968 available here: USAF-ROP355-10_GardenPlot_1968

    3. US Department of the Army Civil Disturbance Plan GARDEN PLOT prepared for the

    Department of Defense (DoD), 3 August 1978 available here: ArmyCivilDisturbPlanGardenPlot_1978.pdf

    4. US Department of the Army Department of Defense (DoD) Civil Disturbance Plan,

    GARDEN PLOT, 15 February 1991 available here: (This document)

    http://www.governmentattic.org/2docs/DA-CivilDisturbPlanGardenPlot_1968.pdfhttp://www.governmentattic.org/2docs/USAF-ROP355-10_GardenPlot_1968http://www.governmentattic.org/2docs/ArmyCivilDisturbPlanGardenPlot_1978.pdf

  • HEADQUARTERS,DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY

    WASHINGTON, D.C. 20310-0440

    DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSECIVIL DISTURBANCE PLAN

    15 FEBRUARY 1991

  • Headquarters, Department of the ArmyWashington, D.C. 20310-044015 February 1991

    PREFACE

    1. This operations plan (OPLAN) is entitled Department ofDefense Civil Disturbance Plan. Its nickname is GARDEN PLOT.This OPLAN provides guidance and direction for participation byall Department of Defense (DOD) components in civil disturbanceoperations in support of civil authorities. All parts of thisOPLAN are unclassified.

    2. In accordance with (IAW) DOD Directive 3025.12, the Secretaryof the Army is the DOD Executive Agent for military operations inresponse to domestic civil disturbances within the fifty states,District of Columbia, Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, U.S. ter-ritories and possessions, and any political subdivision thereof.This OPLAN is published under the authority of this executiveagency. GARDEN PLOT applies to the military departments, theunified and specified commands, the defense agencies, and other DODcomponents for planning, coordinating, and executing militaryoperations during domestic civil disturbances.

    3. This OPLAN supercedes DA Civil Disturbance Plan dated 1 March1984. This OPLAN is effective upon publication. All supportingplanning documents should be updated IAW with this revised OPLANwithin 180 days.

    4. Revision of GARDEN PLOT was prompted by the followingfactors:

    a. The Goldwater-Nichols Department of Defense Reorganiza-tion Act of 1986.

    b. The need to clearly establish a direct line of opera-tional authority for domestic civil disturbance operations.

    c. Various organizational changes and redesignations amongDOD components.

    d. A general need to clarify and simplify GARDEN PLOT.

    5. The proponent for this OPLAN is the Director of MilitarySupport (DOMS). Recommended changes to this plan should besubmitted to the following address:

    Headquarters, Department of the ArmyATTN: DAMO-ODSWashington, D.C. 20310-0440

    i

  • Whenever possible, recommended changes should be submitted usingDA Form 2028, Recommended Changes to Publications and BlankForms, or a facsimile thereof.

    ii

  • TABLE OF CONTENTS

    CONTENTS __PAGE__

    Preface................................................. i

    Table of Contents....................................... iii

    References.............................................. vi

    Basic Plan.............................................. 1

    Annex A, Task Organization, Forces, and Reaction Times.. A-1

    Appendix 1, Civil Disturbance Condition............. A-1-1

    Tab A, Civil Disturbance Condition Action Lists. A-1-A-1

    Tab B, Sample Civil Disturbance ConditionMessage....................................... A-l-B-1

    Annex B, Intelligence................................... B-1

    Annex C, Concept of Operations.......................... C-1

    Appendix 1, Alert Order.............................Appendix 2, Reconnaissance by Joint Task Force

    Commander......................................... C-2-1

    Appendix 3, Notification of Reconnaissance by JointTask Force Commander.............................. C-3-1

    Appendix 4, Presidential Proclamation............... C-4-1

    Appendix 5, Presidential Executive Order............ C-5-1

    Appendix 6, Execution Order......................... C-6-1

    Appendix 7, Calling of Army and Air National GuardUnits Into Federal Service........................ C-7-1

    Appendix 8, Special Instructions.................... C-8-1Tab A, Special Orders........................... C-8-A-1

    Annex D, Logistics...................................... D-1

    Appendix 1, Suggested Materiel List for Deployment.. D-1-1

    iii

  • Appendix 2, Supply Policy and Procedures............ D-2-1

    Tab A, Procedures Prior to Deployment........... D-2-A-1

    Tab B, Procedures After Deployment.............. D-2-B-1

    Appendix 3, Service Support Guidance................ D-3-1

    Appendix 4, List of GARDEN PLOT Materiel............ D-4-1

    Appendix 5, Transportation Movements Planning....... D-5-1

    Tab A, Deployment Reporting Procedure........... D-5-A-1

    Annex E, Personnel...................................... E-1

    Appendix 1, Medical Support......................... E-1-1

    Annex F, Public Affairs................................. F-1

    Appendix 1, Equipment and Space Requirements........ F-1-1

    Appendix 2, Staffing Guide.......................... F-2-1

    Annex G, Communications/Information Management.......... G-1

    Appendix 1, Issue of GARDEN PLOT Communications/Information Management Assets..................... G-1-1

    Appendix 2, List of GARDEN PLOT Communications/Information Management Assets..................... G-2-1

    Annex H, Command Relationships.......................... H-1

    Appendix 1, Command Relationships During Deployment. H-1-1

    Appendix 2, Command Relationships During Employment. H-2-1

    Appendix 3, Command Relationships During Redeploy-ment................................................ H-3-1

    Annex I, Planning....................................... I-1

    Appendix 1, Information Planning Packet Format...... I-1-1

    Tab A, Directory Format......................... I-1-A-1

    Tab B, Map Format............................... I-1-B-1

    Annex J, Reports ....................................... J-1

    iv

  • Appendix 1, Joint Task Force Movement Summary....... J-1-1

    Appendix 2, Spot Intelligence Report................ J-2-1

    Appendix 3, Daily Intelligence Summary.............. J-3-1

    Appendix 4, Situation Report........................ J-4-1

    Appendix 5, Personnel Status Report................. J-5-1

    Appendix 6, Logistical Status Report................ J-6-1

    Appendix 7, After Action Report..................... J-7-1

    Appendix 8, Quick Reaction Force Report ............ J-8-1

    Annex K, Loan/Lease of Department of Defense Resources.. K-1

    Appendix 1, Request and Report Format............... K-1-1

    Appendix 2, Sample Loan Agreement................... K-2-1

    Appendix 3, Sample Lease Agreement.................. K-3-1

    Annex L, Explanation of Terms........................... L-1

    Annex M, Civil Disturbance Operations Involving U.S.Coast Guard........................................... M-1

    Appendix 1, Memorandum of Understanding Between theUnited States Army and the United States CoastGuard Concerning Civil Disturbance Plans andOperations Including Terrorist Incidents.......... M-1-1

    Annex N, Protection of Federal Property and FunctionsN-1

    Annex 0, Assistance to the Federal Bureau of Investiga-tion in Combatting Terrorism ......................... O-1

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