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101-92Y-0002 (SL3) - Plan Tactical Re-Supply Operations

Standards: Developed a service support plan/order for tactical resupply operations in accordance with FM 101-5.

Conditions:
Given a higher headquarters operation
plan/order (OPLAN/OPORD), service support
plan/order and the requirement to analyze
the order/plan determine the anticipated
ammunition, supply and service requirements;
receive, consolidate and forward all
logistical reports; select appropriate
supply technique to support the plan/order;
distribute and cross level supplies based on
commander’s priorities. Given troop list,
equipment density list, FM 101-5, FM
101-10-1/2, common tables of allowance (CTA)
50-900, 50-909, 50-970 or Operations
Logistics Planner software, and local unit
standing operating procedures (SOP).

Standards:
Developed a service support plan/order for
tactical resupply operations in accordance
with FM 101-5.

Performance
Steps

1.   Review the higher headquarters OPLAN/OPORD.

a.
Review task organization
for troop units.

b.
Review the situation
requirements for the operation.

c.
Review the mission
paragraph for combat service support
implications and requirements.

d.
Review the execution
paragraph and concept of operation.

e.
Review the coordinating
instructions subparagraph.

f. 
Review the service
support paragraph.

(1) 
Identify availability
of specific classes of supply that
might impact on the mission.

(2) 
Determine supply point
locations.

(3) 
Identify medical
evacuation and hospitalization
requirements to include procedures
to be used for chemical
casualties.

(4) 
Identify transportation
capabilities, requirements, and
shortages.

(5) 
Identify maintenance
capabilities, requirements, and
location of facilities, collection
points, and priority of
maintenance for combat systems.

(6) 
Identify the personnel
services available and location of
sites.

(7) 
Identify the field
services available and location of
sites.

(8) 
Identify civilian labor
and host nation support available.

g.
Identify command and
signal requirements for logistics
planning applications.

h.
Review the acknowledgment
of the OPLAN/OPORD.

2.   Determine requirements for all classes of supply
and transportation.

a.
Prepare a logistics
support forecast for all classes of
supplies.

(1) 
Determine unit
personnel strength and replacement
data for actual or estimated
combat losses.

(2) 
Determine the equipment
on hand quantity.

(a)  
Estimate combat losses.

(b)  
Estimate equipment
replenishment.

b.
Compute the Class I
requirements based on assigned
personnel strength and mission.

(1) 
Compute the Class I
requirements based on type of
rations, climatic conditions,
terrain, combat intensity, and
weather.

(2) 
Determine rations by
type to support the mission.

(3) 
Compute the resupply
for Class I based on consumption
rate.

(4) 
Determine storage space
requirements for Class I.

(5) 
Determine
transportation requirements
necessary to move the Class I.

(6) 
Identify transportation
shortfall for moving Class I.

c.
Compute Class II
requirements based on the basis of
issue allowances in the common table
of allowances.

d.
Compute Class III bulk
fuel and packaged products
requirements based on equipment on
hand.

(1) 
Compute the Class III
bulk fuel requirements based on
the type equipment on hand in the
unit.

(a)  
Compute the mobile
gasoline (MOGAS) requirements
based on the equipment on hand.

(b)  
Compute the diesel
requirements based on the
equipment on hand.

(c)  
Compute the JP 8 fuel
requirements based on the
multi-fuel equipment on hand.

(d)  
Compute the kerosene
requirements based on the type
of heaters on hand.

(e)  
Compute the aviation
gasoline (JP 8) requirements
based on the type aircraft on
hand.

(f)   
Determine
transportation requirements to
move Class III bulk fuel.

(g)  
Identify
transportation shortfall for
moving Class III bulk fuel.

(h)  
Determine storage
requirements for Class III bulk
fuel.

(2) 
Compute the Class III
packaged products requirements
based on the type of equipment on
hand.

(a)  
Verify quantity on
hand.

(b)  
Determine
transportation requirements to
move Class III package products.

(c)  
Identify
transportation shortfall for
moving Class III package
products.

(d)  
Determine storage
requirements for Class III
package products.

e.
Compute Class IV
requirements based on the mission
needs, local unit SOP and allowances
in the common table of allowances.

(1) 
Verify quantity on
hand.

(2) 
Determine storage
requirements for Class IV.

(3) 
Determine
transportation requirements
necessary to move Class IV.

(4) 
Identify transportation
shortfall for moving Class IV.

f. 
Compute the Class V
requirements based on the required
supply rate (RSR) for the type of
mission, and the type and number of
weapons on hand for one day.

(1) 
Determine the Class V
required to support the mission.

(2) 
Identify the procedures
to request for emergency ordnance
detachment (EOD) support.

(3) 
Determine the storage
space required for Class V
requirements.

(4) 
Determine
transportation requirements
necessary to move Class V.

(5) 
Determine if a
transportation shortfall exists.

g.
Compute the Class VI
requirements based on personnel
assigned or attached.

(1) 
Compute the number of
health and comfort packs (type II)
required based on the number of
females assigned.

(2) 
Compute the number of
health and comfort packs (type I)
required based on the total number
of personnel assigned.

(3) 
Determine the storage
space required for the health and
comfort packs.

(4) 
Determine
transportation requirements
necessary to move Class VI.

(5) 
Determine if
transportation shortfall exists.

h.
Determine the Class VII
major end item requirements and
command controlled items.

(1) 
Compute the Class VII
major end items resupply based on
battle loss reports.

(2) 
Verify the weapon
systems status (WESS) report for
battle loss.

(3) 
Plan for allocation of
replacement ready-to-fight weapon
systems to units to support the
mission.

(4) 
Plan for issue of
ready-to-fight weapon systems plus
crews.

(5) 
Determine number of
ready weapon systems available for
issue.

i.  
Determine the Class VIII
requirements.

(1) 
Compute the Class VIII
requirements based on the number
of pounds per man per day.

(2) 
Verify quantity of
Class VIII items on hand.

(3) 
Coordinate storage
requirements for Class VIII items
with medical personnel.

(4) 
Determine
transportation requirements to
move Class VIII.

(5) 
Identify transportation
shortfall for moving Class VIII.

j.  
Compute the Class IX
requirements based on demand
history.

(1) 
Determine storage
requirements for Class IX.

(2) 
Determine
transportation requirements
necessary to move Class IX.

(3) 
Identify transportation
shortfall for moving Class IX.

k.
Determine the requirement
for miscellaneous items that are not
one of the 10 supply classes
(captured material and salvage
material).

l.  
Determine the methods of
resupply for specific classes of
supplies.

(1) 
Identify the method of
supply.

(a)  
Establish amount and
mix requirement for logistics
packages (LOGPACs) based on
situations.

(b)  
Determine the
transportation requirements to
move LOGPACs.

(c)  
Coordinate supply of
LOGPACs.

  • Coordinate the service
    station resupply point.
  • Coordinate the tailgating
    resupply point.
  • Coordinate LOGPAC return
    instructions.

(2) 
Coordinate the on hand,
due in and cached resupply of
Class I, III, IV and V.

(3) 
Determine the need for
cross leveling of supplies
internally.

(4) 
Coordinate emergency
resupply from the combat trains.

(5) 
Coordinate the
distribution method for supplies.

(a)  
Identify supply point
distribution location.

(b)  
Identify unit
distribution location.

(c)  
Identify refuel on
the move locations for Class III
bulk fuel.

(6) 
Identify the types of
loads required to support combat
operations.

(7) 
Determine storage
requirements for resupply of Class
I, III, IV and V.

(8) 
Determine
transportation requirements
necessary for resupply for Class
I, IV and V.

m.  
Identify organic
transportation capabilities.

n.
Identify the type of
transportation required.

o.
Identify transportation
shortfalls.

p.
Request additional
transportation support.

q.
Identify the traffic
controls that may be necessary to
the operation.

r. 
Post the main supply
route (MSR) and alternate supply
route (ASR) to the supply point
locations on the service support
plan overlay.

s.
Post the drop zone (DZ)
and landing zone (LZ) to the supply
points locations on the service
support plan overlay.

t. 
Prepare the service
support paragraph to the service
support plan.

3.   Determine requirements for water and field
services.

a.
Compute water
requirements based on assigned
personnel, unit equipment, and
services to be provided.

(1) 
Determine the water
requirements for drinking water.

(2) 
Determine the water
requirements for personal hygiene.

(3) 
Determine the water
requirements for meal preparation
and kitchen sanitation.

(4) 
Determine the water
requirements to operate shower and
laundry site.

(5) 
Determine water
requirements for medical services
and medical facilities.

b.
Determine water
requirements for maintenance and
care of equipment.

c.
Determine water
requirements for other support
requirements.

(1) 
Determine water
requirements for engineer
construction support.

(2) 
Determine water
requirements for nuclear,
biological, chemical (NBC)
conditions and mission-oriented
protective posture (MOPP) 3 and 4.

(3) 
Determine water
requirements for NBC
decontamination procedures.

d.
Determine the locations
for mortuary affairs, showers,
laundry services, and fabric repair.

e.
Post water and services
graphics information to service
support matrix and overlay.

f. 
Prepare the service
paragraph to the service support
plan.

4.   Determine labor requirements.

a.
Determine civilian and
enemy prisoner of war (EPW) labor
capabilities.

b.
Allocate and set
priorities for available labor.

c.
Determine transportation
requirements to move the labor
force.

d.
Identify transportation
shortfalls.

5.   Determine maintenance requirements.

a.
Verify the priority of
maintenance support for air, ground,
and watercraft.

b.
Verify the support
maintenance facilities and salvage
collection points for equipment.

c.
Identify the controlled
exchange, and cannibalization
points.

d.
Verify the maintenance
evacuation procedures.

e.
Identify maintenance
capability shortfalls.

f. 
Post maintenance,
controlled exchange, and
cannibalization points to service
support matrix and overlay.

g.
Prepare the maintenance
paragraph to the service support
plan.

6.   Determine requirements for medical evacuation and
hospitalization.

a.
Identify the medical
evacuation policy/procedure.

b.
Identify treatment and
hospitalization facilities.

c.
Identify other services
information for all other combat
health support matters.

(1) 
Identify the dental
facilities and locations.

(2) 
Identify preventative
medicine support and facilities
location.

(3) 
Identify the health
service logistics support and
facilities location.

(4) 
Identify the combat
stress control support and
facilities location.

(5) 
Identify the veterinary
support facilities and location.

d.
Identify the procedures
used for chemical casualties.

e.
Determine the
transportation requirements
necessary to return troops to duty.

f. 
Post hospital locations
and information to service support
matrix and overlay.

g.
Prepare the medical
evacuation and hospitalization
paragraph to the service support
plan.

7.   Determine
personnel services requirements.

a.
Identify personnel
services support (PSS) requirements.

(1) 
Identify the
installation location and
operating hours if applicable.

(2) 
Identify the personnel
service support operating units
and area served.

(3) 
Identify the personnel
rotation criteria.

(4) 
Identify the unit
responsibility for movement or
administration of personnel.

b.
Identify maintenance of
unit strength requirements.

(1) 
Identify instructions
for submission of strength
reports.

(2) 
Identify instructions
for replacement of personnel.

c.
Identify casualty
operations requirements.

(1) 
Identify instructions
for recording casualty
information.

(2) 
Identify instructions
for reporting casualty
information.

(3) 
Identify instructions
for verifying casualty
information.

(4) 
Identify instructions
for processing casualty
information.

d.
Identify personnel
management requirements.

(1) 
Identify instructions
for military personnel.

(2) 
Identify instructions
for civilian personnel.

(3) 
Identify instructions
for EPW’s, civilian
interns/detainees.

e.
Identify discipline, law
and order requirements.

f. 
Identify headquarters
management requirements.

g.
Identify miscellaneous
personnel administrative matters.

h.
Post locations and
information to service support
matrix and overlay.

i.  
Prepare the personnel
services paragraph to the service
support plan.

8.   Identify foreign/host nation support concepts.

a.
Identify plans for
forecasted support.

b.
Identify plans for
unforecasted support.

c.
Post foreign/host nation
support information to service
support matrix overlay.

9.   Identify coordinating instructions.

a.
Identify boundaries
needed for combat service support (CSS)
purposes.

b.
Identify protection
measures for CSS units or
installations.

(1) 
Identify which units
will provide protection based on
threat level.

(2) 
Identify which CSS
units or installations will
receive protection.

c.
Identify special reports
not included in previous paragraphs.

d.
Identify other CSS
matters not included in previous
paragraphs.

e.
Identify time and/or
conditions under which the plan is
to be executed.

f. 
Post coordinating
instructions to service support
matrix and overlay.

 

Evaluation
Preparation:
This task can be evaluated
during routine unit operations. Brief
Soldier: Inform soldier that the evaluation
is measured on the ability to perform the
listed performance measures.

Performance
Measures

GO

NO
GO

1.   Reviewed the higher headquarters OPLAN/OPORD.





a.
Reviewed task
organization for troop units.

 


 


b.
Reviewed
the situation requirements for the
operation.

 


 


c.
Reviewed
the mission paragraph for CSS
implications and requirements.

 


 


d.
Reviewed
the execution paragraph and concept
of operation.

 


 


e.
Reviewed
the coordinating instructions
subparagraph.

 


 


f. 
Reviewed the service
support paragraph.

 


 


g.
Identified
command and signal requirements for
logistics planning applications.

 


 


h.
Reviewed
the acknowledgement of the OPLAN/OPORD.

 


 


2.   Determined requirements for all classes of supply
and transportation.





a.
Prepared a logistics
support forecast for all classes of
supplies.

 


 


b.
Computed
the Class I requirements based on
assigned personnel strength and
mission.

 


 


c.
Computed
Class II requirements based on the
basis of issue allowances in the
common table of allowances.

 


 


d.
Computed
Class III bulk fuel and packaged
products requirements based on
equipment on hand.

 


 


e.
Computed
Class IV requirements based on the
mission needs, local unit SOP, and
allowances in the common table of
allowances.

 


 


f. 
Computed the Class V
requirements based on the RSR for
the type of mission, and the type
and number of weapons on hand for
one day.

 


 


g.
Computed
the Class VI requirements based on
personnel assigned or attached.

 


 


h.
Determined
the Class VII major end item
requirements and command controlled
items.

 


 


i.  
Determined the Class VII
requirements.

 


 


j.  
Computed the Class IX
requirements based on demand
history.

 


 


k.
Determined
the requirement for miscellaneous
items that are not one of the 10
supply classes (captured material
and salvage material).

 


 


l.  
Determined the methods of
resupply for specific classes of
supplies.

 


 


m.  
Identified organic
transportation capabilities.

 


 


n.
Identified
transportation shortfalls by nodes.

 


 


o.
Identified
the type of transportation required.

 


 


p.
Requested
additional transportation support.

 


 


q.
Identified
the traffic controls that may be
necessary to the operation.

 


 


r. 
Posted the MSR and ASR to
the supply point locations on the
service support plan overlay.

 


 


s.
Prepared
the logistics annex (service
support) to OPORD.

 


 


3.   Determined requirement for water and field
services.





a.
Computed water
requirements based on assigned
personnel, unit equipment, and
services to be provided.

 


 


b.
Determined
water requirements for maintenance
and care of equipment.

 


 


c.
Determined
water requirements for other support
requirements.

 


 


d.
Determined
the water requirements for mortuary
affairs.

 


 


e.
Posted
water and services graphics
information to service support
matrix and overlay.

 


 


f. 
Prepared the service
paragraph to the service support
plan.

 


 


4.   Determined labor requirements.





a.
Determined civilian and
EPW labor capabilities.

 


 


b.
Allocated
and set priorities for available
labor.

 


 


c.
Determined
transportation requirements to move
the labor force.

 


 


5.   Determined maintenance requirements.





a.
Verified the priority of
maintenance support for air, ground,
and watercraft.

 


 


b.
Verified
the support maintenance, facilities
and salvage collection points for
equipment.

 


 


c.
Identified
the controlled exchange, and
cannibalization point.

 


 


d.
Verified
the maintenance evacuation
procedures.

 


 


e.
Identified
maintenance capability shortfalls.

 


 


f. 
Posted maintenance,
controlled exchange, and
cannibalization points to service
support matrix and overlay.

 


 


g.
Prepared
the maintenance paragraph to the
service support plan.

 


 


6.   Determined requirements for medical evacuation and
hospitalization.





a.
Identified the medical
evacuation policy.

 


 


b.
Identified
treatment and hospitalization
procedures.

 


 


c.
Identified
other services information for all
other combat health support matters.

 


 


d.
Identified
the procedures used for chemical
casualties.

 


 


e.
Determined
the transportation requirements
necessary to return troops to duty.

 


 


f. 
Posted hospital locations
and information to service support
matrix overlay.

 


 


g.
Prepared
the medical evacuation and
hospitalization paragraph to the
service support plan.

 


 


7.   Determined personnel services requirements.





a.
Identified PSS
requirements.

 


 


b.
Posted
location and information to service
support matrix and overlay.

 


 


c.
Prepared
the personnel services paragraph to
the service support plan.

 


 


8.   Identified foreign/host nation support concepts.





a.
Identified plans for
forecasted support.

 


 


b.
Identified
plans for unforecasted support.

 


 


c.
Posted
foreign/host nation support
information to service support
matrix and overlay.

 


 


9.   Identified coordinating instructions.





a.
Identified boundaries
needed for CSS purposes.

 


 


b.
Identified
protection measures for CSS units or
installations.

 


 


c.
Identified
special reports not included in
previous paragraphs.

 


 


d.
Identified
other CSS matters not included in
previous paragraphs.

 


 


e.
Identified
time and/or conditions under which
the plan was to be executed.

 


 


f. 
Posted coordinating
instructions to service support
matrix and overlay.

 


 


 

Evaluation
Guidance:
Score the soldier GO if all
performance measures are passed. Score the
soldier NO GO if any performance measure is
failed. If the soldier scores NO GO, show
the soldier what was done wrong and how to
do it correctly.

References

 

Required

Related

 

CTA
50-900

AR
710-2

 

CTA
50-909

DA
Pam 710-2-1

 

CTA
50-970

FM
10-27-4

 

FM
101-5

FM
100-10

 

 

FM
101-5-1

 

 

 


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