Plan, Coordinate, and Conduct Deployment/Redeployment



WTSP Instructions Document

The unit is alerted earlier for possible deployment and is given a tentative date for deployment to a specified overseas theater.  Installation and community units and elements are tasked to support the deployment. The staff is assigned responsibility for assessing unit readiness and identifying critical personnel requirements. The commander provides his guidance, specifies his intent, and provides the intent of the next higher commander. The unit is in communication with higher, adjacent, subordinate, and supporting units. Automated personnel systems are present and operational. An externally resourced Soldier Readiness Processing Team (SRPT) is established, trained, and tasked to support the unit.   The deployment order and the installation, community, and unit standing operating procedures (SOP) are present. The S1 section is equipped with operational automated Human Resources systems. .Threat capabilities include information gathering and a very low probability of terrorist attacks on individual personnel or equipment.  Threat capabilities include information gathering, hostile force sympathizers, and terrorist activities in a Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear and high yield Explosives (CBRNE) environment. Some iterations of this task should be performed in MOPP 4.

Continuous and accurate personnel readiness assessment is maintained and within the established timeframe, in accordance with (IAW) AR 600-8-101.     Non-deployable personnel are identified and reassigned to non-deploying units. Family support activities are initiated and deployment briefings are conducted. Personnel requirements for projected operations are accurately forecasted and requested. Recommendations for replacements and cross-leveling are developed in accordance with commander’s priorities.  In MOPP performance degradation factors increase the time required for determining unit status and maintaining accurate data.

Collective Tasks