AMOPES: Army Mobilization Operations Planning and Execution System [unclassified]   [open pdf - 2MB]

"The Army Mobilization Operations Planning and Execution System (AMOPES) is a integrated planning and execution system that establishes procedures, standards and provides planning guidance to mobilize, deploy and redeploy units, service members and Department of Defense/Department of the Army civilians to theaters of operations in order to meet combatant commanders' requirements and upon redeployment of those forces and individuals, to process for reintegration back into Reserve Component (RC) status or original site of employment." This report contains a number of annexes which address the following topics: strategic organization of the Army; intelligence; threats to intelligence; mobilization operations; logistics; personnel; public affairs; Army Special Operations Forces; graduated mobilization response; safety; communications; legal services; medical; installations; morale, welfare and recreation; family assistance; comptroller, budgets, and pay; purpose and responsibilities of chaplains; emergency authority; crisis action procedures; continuity of operations; training; selective mobilization for support to civil authorities; operations security; complex contingency operations; and homeland defense. At the conclusion of the report is a glossary of relevant acronyms (Annex Y) as well as a distribution list (Annex Z).

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