Logistics/Embarkation Specialist MOS, Basic Landing Support. Specialist MOS Amphibious Ship Load Planner’s (MDI7). Introduction to Amphibious Embarkation (MCI ). Correspondence Procedures (MCI K). Marine Corps Publications and Directives System (MCI B). , Is the Mobility Officer () or Embarkation Officer (non ) assigned Joint Pub Amphibious Embarkation and Debarkation?.
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Cargo category codes have many possible character combinations. Additional requirements may include fresh water washdown facilities at a final overseas port or site. Responsibilities of the transport group embarkation officer include the following: Port throughput data should consider not only port amohibious capability and capacity, but also the availability of transportation assets operating within the theater capable of moving and sustaining forces away from the port. Communications Support Communications support should be coordinated with the embarking unit s S Trailer hitch bolt recess.
A supply of new hoses should be am;hibious in reserve. Washing and cleaning at night saves very little time since most of these vehicles must be rewashed and reinspected.
Unit Embarkation Handbook
Shoring and dunnage prevents damage to the aircraft cargo floor and L pallets. Base Operations Support Group and Station Operations Support Group Bases and stations establish operations support groups to coordinate their efforts with those of the deploying units. It may be a seaport or aerial port; for unit requirements, it may or may not coincide with the destination. Level of Detail The effectiveness of the garrison UDL relies on the accuracy and level of detail of the data it contains.
Three commonly used reports are the summary of forces and deployment data working paper F11D ; the time-phased transportation requirements working paper F11E-TN and F11E-SQ and the cargo detail working paper report F11W. Identify potential contamination problems from previous operations concerning backloading equipment, supplies, and vehicles. Some of the embarkation-related data fields are duplicated in the F11W and described in the F11W paragraph later in this appendix.
In-place forces units already deployed. Refer to single mobility system in order to obtain a cost estimate. Contact the local DMO for current charges. All vehicles and amphibbious will be checked for correct markings. Training Competent, well-trained personnel significantly contribute to increased readiness and overall efficiency of the unit. Units must consider using organic assets first when determining their transportation requirements.
Stowage designators will be placed on each pallet board and in the upper left-hand corner of the top, on one side, and on one end of each embarkation box or crate. Correspondence Courses and Military Occupational Specialty- Specific Professional Military Education Correspondence courses and MOS-specific professional military education provide Marines with the knowledge base necessary for increased responsibility and professional advancement.
This box embarkafion many applications but is primarily used for publications, directives, and unit files.
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Automatic Identification Technology Automatic identification technology includes the use of MSLs and microcircuit technology for logistic applications.
Be aware that each mode of transportation has its own specific weight restrictions. Required Equipment All items required to prepare supplies and equipment should be on hand. Detailed organizational planning combined with training should result in a suitable washdown crew schedule with adequate NCO supervision at each washdown point. See figure for placement of markings for listing of recommended embarkation supplies, equipment, and paint.
Updated the purpose of the landing craft, utility. Providing required embarkation data to respective TEOs. Three pallet boards will be maintained for each pallet. See chapter 3 for more details on garrison UDL. Together, the SLCP and troop regulations provide important capabilities and constraints to be considered prior to detailed planning. Documentation Base and station DMOs may operate differently based on location. Make liaison with SDDC early in planning to identify ship loading and Military Sealift Command ship load planning capabilities and constraints.
Approximatelygallons are required for an average MEU 2, personnel and related equipment with wheeled vehicles using fire 0340 as depicted in table operating at the minimum recommended pressure of 90 pounds per square inch psi.