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Computer Aided Embarkation System (CAEMS)

Primary Purpose CAEMS is an automated information system that

assists commanders at various echelons of the

Marine Air Ground Task Force (MAGTF) in the

planning, execution, and documentation of

amphibious, MPF, and commercial load plans. As a

supporting system, CAEMS is designed to accept

initializing data from MDSS II, TC AIMS, or MDL

as the point of departure for subsequent load

planning evolutions.

Sub-Functions CAEMS supports operation plan development and

data entry with a fully featured database,

including automatic validity and consistency

checks, on-line "help", lookup functions,

alternative data displays, and a full set of

required embarkation documentation reports.

Equipment Requirements IBM PC, 200mhz, 32mb Ram, and 2gig hardrive


Connectivity Requirements None.

Crypto Requirements None.

Normal Locations Transportation Support Battalions, deploying

units and supporting ships.

Information Managed Ship characteristics and embarkation data.

Products Created CAEMS provides an interactive graphic tool for

producing amphibious ships, Military Sealift

Command (MSC) ships in a withhold role, and

Maritime Pre-positioning Force (MPF) ships load

plans and associated reports.

Lead Service/Contractor USMC/Stanley Associates.

Current Fielding Status Current version is 6.0

Known Problems None.

DIICOE Compliance Rating Not rated.

Point of Contact Maj Wilson, MARCORSYSCOM C4I PMIS DSN 278-0877.

Updated by Captain William Shannon, USMC, CCSC-01


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