R 092054Z APR 15
FM CNO WASHINGTON DC
INFO CNO WASHINGTON DC
SUBJ/COMMANDER, NAVY EXPEDITIONARY COMBAT COMMAND ASSUMPTION OF LOCAL AREA
COORDINATOR FOR MOBILIZATION RESPONSIBILITIES IN SUPPORT OF INDIVIDUAL
AUGMENTEES AND THEIR FAMILIES
MSGID/ GENADMIN/CNO WASHINGTON DC/DNS/JAN//
REF/C/MSG/OPNAV NAVADMIN 160/08/051201ZJUN08//
NARR/REF A IS THE NAVY MANPOWER MOBILIZATION AND DEMOBILIZATION GUIDE. REF B
IS PERSONAL AND FAMILY READINESS SUPPORT FOR INDIVIDUAL AUGMENTEES AND THEIR
FAMILIES. REF C IS THE INDIVIDUAL AUGMENTATION POLICY UPDATE. REF D IS THE
COMMANDER, US FLEET FORCES COMMAND EXECUTIVE BRIEF, STRATEGIC PLAN FOR
ENDURING INDIVIDUAL AUGMENTEE SUPPORT.//
RMKS/1. The purpose of this NAVADMIN is to announce the transition of Local
Area Coordinator for Mobilizations (LACMOB) responsibilities per references
(a) and (b) from Commander, Naval Installations Command (CNIC) to Commander,
Navy Expeditionary Combat Command (COMNAVEXPDCMBTCOM).
2. Authority. Per references (b) and (c), Commander, U.S. Fleet Forces
Command (COMUSFLTFORCOM) is designated as executive agent (EA) and support
commander for individual augmentees (IA) and IA family support across the IA
continuum. As such, COMUSFLTFORCOM specific tasking includes redirecting
efforts if necessary and recommending changes to policy. Per reference (b)
COMUSFLTFORCOM shall leverage the EA role to achieve vertical (echelon II to
unit level) and horizontal (across Echelon II commands) alignment of IA and
IA family processes and procedures. Echelon II commands engaged in IA
support are supporting commands to COMUSFLTFORCOM.
3. Background. In response to the drawdown of IA forces, the Expeditionary
Combat Readiness Center (ECRC) in Norfolk, VA under COMNAVEXPDCMBTCOM shall
assume all duties and functions of Navy Mobilization Processing Sites (NMPS),
Warrior Transition Program Sembach, and Commander, Task Force Individual
Augmentee. COMNAVEXPDCMBTCOM is designated as the primary EA for enduring IA
support. COMUSFLTFORCOM, as EA for IA shall oversee and direct the
transition of duties to COMNAVEXPDCMBTCOM.
4. CNIC, as support command shall:
a. Continue support per reference (b) paragraph 6.d (1) and 6.d (3)-(6).
b. Support LACMOB by providing Fleet and Family Support Center programs
and support, adequate berthing and messing facilities, chaplain support, and
access to regional legal support office programs as required for the NMPS
5. COMNAVEXPDCMBTCOM, as supported and supporting commander shall:
a. Provide ECRC with the support required to ensure all IA Sailors are
adequately prepared to deploy and return to their parent command.
b. Submit updates of references (a) and (b) to show that LACMOB
responsibilities now reside with COMNAVEXPDCMBTCOM.
c. Through COMUSFLTFORCOM, submit an organization change request to
revise the mission statement for COMNAVEXPDCMBTCOM to include the new LACMOB
6. Applicability. This NAVADMIN is effective immediately. All unit
commanders shall notify their personnel that LACMOB responsibilities are
assigned to COMNAVEXPDCMBTCOM as of the effective date of this message.
7. This NAVADMIN is cancelled for record purposes upon the publication of
revisions to references (a) and (b), as cited above, and issuance of the
Office of the Chief of Naval Operations Notice (OPNAVNOTE) 5400 series
revising the COMNAVEXPDCMBTCOM mission.
8. Released by Vice Admiral S. H. Swift, Director, Navy Staff.//