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Appendix D

Theater Strategic Signal Company

Figure D-1 shows the organization of a TSSC. The TSSC (TOE Pending Approval) has a company headquarters and selected modules tailored to meet specific mission requirements. Figure D-2 shows all modules associated with the TSSC, and Table D-1 discusses the module requirements. The company headquarters has three versions that are designed to support a specific theater of operation. This is due to varying equipment and information mission requirements for each region. The company headquarters with the appropriate submodules are designed to meet regional CINC requirements.

Figure D-1. TSSC Organizational Structure

Figure D-2. TSSC Diagram

Table D-1. TSSC Modules

Module Description
EAC TSSC (V1-V3)*

*NOTE: V1 through V3 are the same except for the MOS and grades.

Mission:

Provide C2 and supervision of the operations and activities of its assigned communications and signal support teams. The company headquarters provides administrative and logistical support for all assigned personnel.

Capabilities:

The unit--

  • Provides C2 and operational supervision of assigned teams.
  • Supervises the functions of signal support, to include communications, automation, and visual information.
  • Operates and maintains the strategic communications systems.
  • Provides training, administrative, and logistical support to assigned teams.
  • Depends on the appropriate organizations for health and financial services.

Basis of Allocation:

One per two or more communications and signal support teams.

Organization:

Figure D-2 shows the TSSC organizational structure.

EAC TCC TEAM

Mission:

V1 -- Provides record telecommunications for a small sized regional area.

V2 -- Provides record telecommunications for a medium sized regional area.

V3 -- Provides record telecommunications for a large sized regional area.

Capabilities:

The TCC team--

  • Operates and maintains automated telecommunications equipment central and associated peripheral devices 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
  • Maintains record copy files.
  • Provides methods and results analysis.
  • Depends on the appropriate organizations for administrative and logistical support and health and financial services.

Basis of Allocation:

As required.

Organization:

V1 -- 5-person team.

V2 -- 11-person team.

V3 -- 27-person team.

EAC AUTOMATED GATEWAY MESSAGE SWITCH (AGMS) TEAM

Mission:

Provides record telecommunications and e-mail to a regional area as part of the DMS.

Capabilities:

The AGMS team--

  • Operates and maintains the AGMS and DMS equipment and ancillary devices.
  • Performs traffic and circuit monitoring and restoration.
  • Provides GENSER records communications and e-mail to a regional area.
  • Depends on the appropriate organizations for administrative and logistical support and health and financial services.

Basis of Allocation:

As required.

Organization:

23-person team.

EAC INFORMATION CENTER TEAM

Mission:

V1 -- Provides automation and information support to all units in a small sized regional area.

V2 -- Provides automation and information support to all units in a medium sized regional area.

V3 -- Provides automation and information support to all units in a large sized regional area.

Capabilities:

The information center team--

  • Provides signal support including information and data automation.
  • Installs, operates, and maintains multi-functional/multiuser information processing systems including peripheral equipment and auxiliary devices.
  • Provides planning, requirements analysis, design, development, testing, installation, maintenance, and training for all ADP systems in a region.
  • Depends on the appropriate organizations for administrative and logistical support and health and financial services.

Basis of Allocation:

As required.

Organization:

V1 -- 3-person team.

V2 -- 7-person team.

V3 -- 16-person team.

EAC SOFTWARE MAINTENANCE TEAM

Mission:

Provides software support for a regional area.

Capabilities:

The software maintenance team--

  • Troubleshoots and repairs existing application software.
  • Designs, prepares, edits, and tests computer programs.
  • Modifies existing application programs to support the user's requirements.
  • Depends on the appropriate organizations for administrative and logistical support and health and financial services.

Basis of Allocation:

As required.

Organization:

7-person team.

EAC COMSEC MATERIAL DIRECT SUPPORT ACTIVITY (CMDSA) TEAM

Mission:

Provides COMSEC custodian functions, COMSEC equipment maintenance, and COMSEC logistics functions to a geographic area.

Capabilities:

The COMSEC CMDSA team--

  • Provides COMSEC custodian functions to include COMSEC material account management, safeguarding of COMSEC material, and COMSEC material inventories and reports.
  • Provides DS/GS level maintenance of COMSEC equipment, CCI, radio receivers and transmitters, and other associated equipment.
  • Provides COMSEC logistics functions to include procurement, maintenance, and transport of COMSEC equipment and material.
  • Depends on the appropriate organizations for administrative and logistical support and health and financial services.

Basis of Allocation:

As required.

Organization:

16-person team

EAC COMSEC LOGISTICS SUPPORT UNIT (CLSU) TEAM

Mission:

Provides COMSEC and radio equipment maintenance and COMSEC logistics functions to a geographic area.

Capabilities:

The CLSU team--

  • Provides DS/GS level maintenance of COMSEC equipment, CCI, radio receivers and transmitters, and other associated equipment.
  • Provides COMSEC logistics functions to include procurement, maintenance, and transport of COMSEC equipment and material.
  • Depends on the appropriate organizations for administrative and logistical support, and health and financial services.

Basis of Allocation:

As required.

Organization:

13-person team.

EAC COMSEC MAINTENANCE TEAM

Mission:

Provides electronic maintenance of COMSEC and radio equipment for a geographic AOR.

Capabilities:

The COMSEC maintenance team--

  • Provides COMSEC and radio equipment maintenance for a geographic AOR.
  • Provides DS/GS level maintenance of radio receivers, transmitters, COMSEC equipment, CCI, and other associated equipment.
  • Depends on the appropriate organizations for administrative and logistical support and health and financial services.

Basis of Allocation:

As required.

Organization:

2-person team.

EAC ELECTRONIC SWITCHING SYSTEM (ESS) SWITCH TEAM

Mission:

V1 -- Provides operation and maintenance of commercial electronic switching systems and equipment associated with switched network operations in a small sized regional area.

V2 -- Provides operation and maintenance of commercial electronic switching systems and equipment associated with switched network operations in a medium sized regional area.

V3 -- Provides operation and maintenance of commercial electronic switching systems and equipment associated with switched network operations in a large sized regional area.

Capabilities:

The ESS switch team--

  • Installs, initializes, and operates unit level and DS maintenance on electronic switches and network operations equipment 24 hours a day.
  • Implements network control center-generated changes to support operational requirements.
  • Depends on the appropriate organizations for administrative and logistical support and health and financial services.

Basis of Allocation:

As required.

Organization:

V1 -- 3-person team.

V2 -- 6-person team.

V3 -- 11-person team.

EAC EMERGENCY ACTION CENTER SWITCH TEAM

Mission:

Provides emergency and contingency switching communications to a region during peace, war, and MOOTW.

Capabilities:

The EAC emergency action switch team--

  • Operates and maintains emergency and contingency switching communications 24 hours a day.
  • Plans, engineers, and controls emergency and contingency switching communications.
  • Depends on the appropriate organizations for administrative and logistical support and health and financial services.

Basis of Allocation:

As required.

Organization:

5-person team.

EAC MICROWAVE TEAM

Mission:

V1 -- Provides installation, operation, and maintenance of microwave communications systems at a small microwave site. The team performs engineering quality control and continuity testing of microwave circuits, trunks, links, systems, and facilities.

V2 -- Provide installation, operation, and maintenance of microwave communications systems at a medium microwave site. The team performs engineering quality control and continuity testing of microwave circuits, trunks, links, systems, and facilities.

V3 -- Provides installation, operation, and maintenance of microwave communications systems at a large microwave site. The team performs engineering quality control and continuity testing of microwave circuits, trunks, links, systems, and facilities.

Capabilities:

The microwave team--

  • Configures, aligns, operates, and performs unit level and direct support maintenance on microwave communications equipment and associated devices.
  • Monitors, fault isolates, and restores telecommunications circuits, trunk groups, systems, and associated commercial and military interface equipment.
  • Maintains circuit, link, system, and station records and reports.
  • Depends on the appropriate organizations for administrative and logistical support and health and financial services.

Basis of Allocation:

As required.

Organization:

V1 -- 2-person team.

V2 -- 5-person team.

V3 -- 9-person team.

EAC TECHNICAL CONTROL FACILITY (TCF) TEAM

Mission:

V1 -- Provides an intermediate level of O&M control within the DISN. The TCF provides OPCON and technical direction over a small to medium sized geographic area and number of DISN facilities and systems.

V2 -- Provides an intermediate level of O&M control within the DISN. The TCF provides OPCON and technical direction over a large sized geographic area and number of DISN facilities and systems.

Capabilities:

The TCF team--

  • Responds to operational direction from the DISA and to O&M control elements.
  • Exercises technical control, coordination, and supervision over subordinate DISN facilities, transmission systems, and networks.
  • Responds immediately to any deterioration or failure of DISNs, equipment, trunks, or circuits that are causing degradation to or loss of service to users of the DISN.
  • Performs quality control tests and measurements on all trunks, channels, circuits, and equipment for which the TCF is responsible.
  • Directs and managing HF radio communications systems in support of the DISN.
  • Depends upon the appropriate organizations for administrative and logistical support and health and financial services.

Basis of Allocation:

As required by DISA.

Organization:

V1 -- 7-person team.

V2 -- 29-person team.

EAC FACILITY CONTROL OFFICE (FCO) TEAM

Mission:

Provides the highest level of O&M control within the DISN. FCOs are designated by each DISA area to provide OPCON and technical supervision over level 4 and level 5 DISN facilities within a designated geographical area.

Capabilities:

The FCO team--

  • Provides operational direction over TCF within its region.
  • Provides operations 24 hours a day, with sufficient communications capabilities to coordinate with the appropriate DISA level 2 facility and provides OPCON over subordinate facilities.
  • Schedules and coordinates with Defense Communications Agency (DCA) for approval of authorized outages.
  • Functions as the reporting facility for all assigned subordinate DISN facilities, transmission systems, and networks.
  • Develops specific operating procedures pertinent to the area of assigned responsibility.
  • Depends on the appropriate organizations for administrative and logistical support and health and financial services.

Basis of Allocation:

As required by DISA.

Organization:

7-person team.

EAC CABLE INSTALLATION TEAM

Mission:

V1 -- Provides installation and maintenance of base support cable and wire systems in a small sized regional area.

V2 -- Provides installation and maintenance of base support cable and wire systems in a medium sized regional area.

V3 -- Provides installation and maintenance of base support cable and wire systems in a large sized regional area.

Capabilities:

The cable installation team--

  • Installs and maintains copper and fiber optic cable systems.
  • Installs and maintains repeaters, restorers, voltage protection devices, telephones, distribution frames, and related equipment.
  • Installs and uninstalls wire systems, including telephones.
  • Depends on the appropriate organizations for administrative and logistical support and health and financial services.

Basis of Allocation:

As required.

Organization:

V1 -- 3-person team.

V2 -- 5-person team.

V3 -- 10-person team.

EAC CABLE SPLICER TEAM

Mission:

Provides permanent and emergency splicing of copper and fiber optic cable systems, as well as installation and maintenance of base-support cable and wire systems.

Capabilities:

The cable splicer team--

  • Provides permanent and emergency splicing of copper and fiber optic cable systems.
  • Installs and maintains copper and fiber optic cable systems.
  • Installs and maintains repeaters, restorers, voltage protection devices, telephones, distribution frames, and related equipment.
  • Installs and uninstalls wire systems, including telephones.
  • Depends on the appropriate organizations for administrative and logistical support and health and financial services.

Basis of Allocation:

As required.

Organization:

3-person team.

EAC CONTINGENCY HF RADIO TEAM

Mission:

Provides emergency and contingency radio communications to a region during peace, war, and MOOTW.

Capabilities:

The contingency HF radio team--

  • Operates and maintains contingency HF radio communications 24 hours a day.
  • Plans, engineers, and controls contingency HF radio communications.
  • Depends on the appropriate organizations for administrative and logistical support and health and financial services.

Basis of Allocation:

As required.

Organization:

2-person team.

EAC CONTINGENCY HF RADIO GATEWAY TEAM

Mission:

Provides C2 functions of emergency and contingency radio networks in a region during peace, war, and MOOTW.

Capabilities:

The contingency HF radio gateway team--

  • Operates and maintains contingency HF radio communications 24 hours a day.
  • Plans, engineers, and controls contingency HF radio communications.
  • Commands and controls the HF radio networks in a region.
  • Depends on the appropriate organizations for administrative and logistical support and health and financial services.

Basis of Allocation:

As required.

Organization:

6-person team.

EAC CINC UHF SATCOM TEAM

Mission:

Establishes CINC ultra high frequency (UHF) SATCOM networks for emergency and contingency operations.

Capabilities:

The CINC UHF SATCOM team--

  • Operates and maintains UHF SATCOM 24 hours a day.
  • Plans, engineers, and controls UHF SATCOM networks.
  • Commands and controls the CINC UHF SATCOM networks.
  • Depends on the appropriate organizations for administrative and logistical support and health and financial services.

Basis of Allocation:

As required.

Organization:

6-person team.

EAC SATCOM TERMINAL TEAM, AN/GSC-40

Mission:

Provides earth terminal communications as part of the special communications system (SCS) to establish CINC networks and to disseminate highly specialized critical user information.

Capabilities:

The AN/GSC-40, SATCOM terminal team--

  • Provides UHF SATCOM deployed in a network configuration as part of the SCS, which is operated and maintained by the Army, Navy, and Air Force.
  • Provides a fixed CP terminal configured to provide specific SCS network C2 functions and the means for disseminating highly specialized critical user information.
  • Depends on the appropriate organizations for administrative and logistical support and health and financial services.

Basis of Allocation:

As required by JCSs.

Organization:

9-person team.

EAC SATCOM TERMINAL TEAM, AN/MSC-64(V2)

Mission:

Provides earth terminal communications as part of the SCS to establish CINC networks and to disseminate highly specialized critical user information.

Capabilities:

The AN/MSC-64(V2), SATCOM terminal team--

  • Provides UHF SATCOM deployed in a network configuration as part of the SCS, which is operated and maintained by the Army, Navy, and Air Force.
  • Provides a mobile terminal to deploy and access the SCS network and to disseminate highly specialized critical user information.
  • Depends on the appropriate organizations for administrative and logistical support and health and financial services.

Basis of Allocation:

As required by JCSs.

Organization:

4-person team.

EAC RADIO TERMINAL STATION TEAM, AN/TRC-194 (V1) and (V2)

Mission:

Provides satellite ground communications as part of the military strategic and tactical relay (MILSTAR) system. It establishes CINC networks and emergency action message (EAM) dissemination, force direction and integrated tactical warning and assessment (ITW&A) reception, and summary transmissions.

Capabilities:

The AN/TRC-194, radio terminal team--

  • Provides EHF uplink and SHF downlink interfaces to the MILSTAR and fleet SATCOM (FLTSATCOM) EHF package (FEP) payloads.
  • Manages assigned communications resources and user priorities.
  • Provides baseband interfaces to user equipment groups, which supports the transmission of voice, teletype, and facsimile.
  • Provides backward compatibility with existing military SATCOM (MILSATCOM) systems.
  • Depends on the appropriate organizations for administrative and logistical support and health and financial services.

Basis of Allocation:

As required by JCSs.

Organization:

5-person team.

EAC RADIO TERMINAL STATION AUGMENTATION TEAM, AN/TRC-194(V)

Mission:

Provides a supervisor for two or more MILSTAR AN/TRC-194(V) systems.

Capabilities:

The AN/TRC-194(V), radio terminal augmentation team--

  • Supervises two or more AN/TRC-194(V) terminal teams.
  • Provides overall maintenance, training, and mission sustainment of two or more ground CP terminals.
  • Provides daily coordination and contact with supported CINCs regarding mission support requirements and system status.
  • Manages assigned communications resources and user priorities.
  • Depends on the appropriate organizations for administrative and logistical support and health and financial services.

Basis of Allocation:

One per two or more AN/TRC-194(V) teams required by JCSs.

Organization:

1-person team.

EAC SATCOM TERMINAL TEAM, AN/TSC-86

Mission:

Provides earth terminal communications as part of the DSCS to establish CINC networks and for EAM dissemination, force direction and ITW&A reception, and summary transmissions.

Capabilities:

The AN/TSC-86, SATCOM terminal team--

  • Provides SHF interfaces to the DSCS that provides simultaneous communications with up to four other terminals.
  • Manages assigned communications resources and user priorities.
  • Processes multiple, medium, wideband-digital voice, data, and teletype signals.
  • Depends on the appropriate organizations for administrative and logistical support and health and financial services.

Basis of Allocation:

As required by JCSs.

Organization:

12-person team.

EAC SATCOM TERMINAL TEAM, AN/GSC-52(V1)

Mission:

Provides earth terminal communications as part of the DSCS to establish CINC networks and for EAM dissemination, force direction and ITW&A reception, and summary transmissions.

Capabilities:

The AN/GSC-52(V1), SATCOM terminal team--

  • Provides SHF interfaces to the DSCS that can simultaneous transmit and receive up to 12 communications carriers.
  • Manages assigned communications resources and user priorities.
  • Provides survivable antijam, antiscintillation voice, and digital data SATCOM using the universal modem system.
  • Depends on the appropriate organizations for administrative and logistical support and health and financial services.

Basis of Allocation:

As required by JCSs.

Organization:

17-person team.

EAC SATCOM TERMINAL TEAM, AN/GSC-52(V2) - MOBILE

Mission:

Provides earth terminal communications as part of the DSCS to establish CINC networks and for EAM dissemination, force direction and ITW&A reception, and summary transmissions.

Capabilities:

The AN/GSC-52(V2)-mobile, SATCOM terminal team--

  • Provides SHF interfaces to the DSCS that can simultaneous transmit and receive up to 12 communications carriers.
  • Manages assigned communications resources and user priorities.
  • Depends on the appropriate organizations for administrative and logistical support and health and financial services.

The AN/GSC(V2) - mobile requires theater transportation assets not organic to the team to be moved. Site teardown and loading to move takes approximately five days, while site setup takes approximately two weeks.

Basis of Allocation:

As required by JCSs.

Organization:

14-person team.

EAC SATCOM TERMINAL TEAM, AN/FSC-78

Mission:

Provides earth terminal communications as part of the DSCS to establish CINC networks and for EAM dissemination, force direction and ITW&A reception, and summary transmissions.

Capabilities:

The AN/FSC-78, SATCOM terminal team--

  • Provides SHF interfaces to the DSCS that can transmit up to 9 communications carriers and receive up to 18 communications carriers.
  • Manages assigned communications resources and user priorities.
  • Provides survivable, antijam, antiscintillation, voice, and digital data SATCOM using the universal modem system.
  • Depends on the appropriate organizations for administrative and logistical support and health and financial services.

Basis of Allocation:

As required by JCSs.

Organization:

17-person team.

EAC SATCOM TERMINAL TEAM, AN/GSC-39(V1)

Mission:

Provides earth terminal communications as part of the DSCS to establish CINC networks and for EAM dissemination, force direction and ITW&A reception, and summary transmissions.

Capabilities:

The AN/GSC-39(V1), SATCOM terminal team--

  • Provides SHF interfaces to the DSCS that can transmit up to 9 communications carriers and receive up to 18 communications carriers.
  • Manages assigned communications resources and user priorities.
  • Provides survivable, antijam, antiscintillation, voice, and digital data SATCOM using the universal modem system.
  • Depends on the appropriate organizations for administrative and logistical support and health and financial services.

Basis of Allocation:

As required by JCSs.

Organization:

17-person team.

EAC DUAL-SITE SATCOM TERMINAL AUGMENTATION TEAM, AN/GSC-39(V1)

Mission:

Provides satellite system operator-maintainer augmentees to a site having two SATCOM systems. Provides earth terminal communications as part of the DSCS to establish CINC networks and for EAM dissemination, force direction and ITW&A reception, and summary transmissions.

Capabilities:

The AN/GSC-39(V1), dual-site SATCOM terminal augmentation team--

  • Provides augmentation of SATCOM system operator-maintainers to a site with two SATCOM terminals.
  • Provides SHF interfaces to the DSCS that can transmit up to 9 communications carriers and receive up to 18 communications carriers.
  • Manages assigned communications resources and user priorities.
  • Provides survivable, antijam, antiscintillation, voice, and digital data SATCOM using the universal modem system.
  • Depends on the appropriate organizations for administrative and logistical support and health and financial services.

Basis of Allocation:

Augments a site with two SATCOM terminals.

Organization:

3-person team.

EAC SATCOM TERMINAL TEAM, AN/GSC-49(V3)

Mission:

Provides earth terminal communications as part of the DSCS to establish CINC networks and for EAM dissemination, force direction and ITW&A reception, and summary transmissions.

Capabilities:

The AN/GSC-49(V3), SATCOM terminal team--

  • Provides SHF interfaces to the DSCS and a single carrier with beacon and spread spectrum communications tracking. The universal modem system provides conference selected terminals.
  • Manages assigned communications resources and user priorities.
  • Provides survivable antijam, antiscintillation, voice, and digital data SATCOM using the universal modem system.
  • Depends on the appropriate organizations for administrative and logistical support and health and financial services.

Basis of Allocation:

As required by JCSs.

Organization:

17-person team.

EAC MOBILE COMMAND SUPPORT PLATOON

Mission:

Provides CINC communications support in the form of secure FM radio, UHF TACSAT, and record telecommunications message support.

Capabilities:

The mobile command support platoon--

  • Installs, operates, and maintains secure FM radio communications.
  • Installs, operates, and maintains UHF TACSAT communications.
  • Installs, operates, and maintains record telecommunications message support.
  • Installs, operates, and maintains data communications and information systems.
  • Depends on the appropriate organizations for administrative and logistical support and health and financial services.

Basis of Allocation:

As required.

Organization:

24-person team.

EAC VISUAL INFORMATION TEAM

Mission:

Provides a means to document combat and noncombat Army, joint, and combined operations using film, video, audio, multimedia imaging, and VI equipment.

Capabilities:

The visual information team--

  • Operates film, video, and audio equipment to document combat and noncombat Army, joint and combined operations.
  • Operates broadcast, collection, television production, and distribution equipment.
  • Installs, operates, and maintains VI equipment and systems to VTC equipment in support of Army, Joint, and Combined operations.
  • Operates electronic multimedia imaging equipment to provide decision graphics and images to Army, joint, and combined operations.
  • Depends on the appropriate organizations for administrative and logistical support and health and financial services.

Basis of Allocation:

As required.

Organization:

9-person team.

EAC ARFOR INFORMATION SUPPORT TEAM

Mission:

Provides staff oversight and coordination for C4 support to combat and noncombat Army, joint, and combined headquarters.

Capabilities:

The ARFOR information support team--

  • Plans, operates, coordinates, and manages the supported unit's telecommunications systems and information systems support functions for C4.
  • Coordinates and directs information processing systems, to include data system studies, and prepares documentation and specifications for proposals.
  • Provides oversight of the installation and maintenance of copper and fiber optic cable systems, wire systems (including telephones), repeaters, restorers, voltage protection devices, distribution frames, and related equipment.
  • Depends on the appropriate organizations for administrative and logistical support and health and financial services.

Basis of Allocation:

As required.

Organization:

V1 -- 3-person team.

V2 -- 5-person team.

V3 -- 1-person team.

V4 -- 1-person team.

EAC STANDARD TACTICAL ENTRY POINT (STEP) TEAM

Mission:

Provides a tactical interface to the DSCS that establishes CINC and JTF networks, and for EAM dissemination, force direction and ITW&A reception, and summary transmissions.

Capabilities:

The STEP team--

  • Provides SHF interfaces to the DSCS that can provide simultaneous communications with up to four other terminals.
  • Manages assigned communications resources and user priorities.
  • Processes multiple, medium, wideband-digital voice, data, and teletype signals.
  • Depends on the appropriate organizations for administrative and logistical support and health and financial services.

Basis of Allocation:

As required by JCSs.

Organization:

6-person team.

EAC STATUS CONTROL ALERTING AND REPORTING SYSTEM (SCARS) TEAM

Mission:

Provides data transmission and reception of EAM traffic for NATO affiliated organizations.

Capabilities:

The SCARS team--

  • Provides only NATO-approved EAM injection into NATO EAM system.
  • Links US CINC, Europe (USCINCEUR) into NATO EAM system.
  • Provides two-man (NATO) control over system and crypto materiel and equipment.
  • Depends on the appropriate organizations for administrative and logistical support and health and financial services.

Basis of Allocation:

As required by NATO.

Organization:

5-person team.

EAC DS/GS ELECTRONIC MAINTENANCE TEAM

Mission:

Provides electronic equipment maintenance of microwave, cable, and wire systems and VI equipment for a geographic area.

Capabilities:

The DS/GS electronic maintenance team provides DS/GS level maintenance--

  • For a geographic AOR.
  • On microwave communications equipment and associated devices.
  • On repeaters, restorers, voltage protection devices, telephones, distribution frames, and related equipment.
  • On VI equipment and systems to include VTC equipment.

The team depends on the appropriate organizations for administrative and logistical support and health and financial services.

Basis of Allocation:

As required.

Organization:

14-person team.

EAC ELECTRONIC MAINTENANCE TEAM

Mission:

Provides electronic equipment maintenance of COMSEC, radio, telecommunications, and microcomputer equipment for a geographic AOR.

Capabilities:

The electronic maintenance team--

  • Provides electronic equipment maintenance for an AOR with a small volume of equipment.
  • Provides DS/GS level maintenance on radio receivers, transmitters, COMSEC equipment, CCI, and other associated equipment.
  • Provides DS/GS level maintenance on microcomputers, electromechanical telecommunications terminal equipment, facsimile machines, and other associated equipment and devices.
  • Depends on the appropriate organizations for administrative and logistical support and health and financial services.

Basis of Allocation:

As required.

Organization:

10-person team.

EAC G6 PLANS TEAM

Mission:

Provides plans, operations, staff oversight, and coordination for C4 support to Army, joint, and combined headquarters.

Capabilities:

The G6 plans team--

  • Plans, operates, coordinates and manages the supported unit's telecommunications systems and information systems support functions for C4.
  • Provides spectrum planning and management.
  • Coordinates and directs information processing systems, to include data system studies, and prepares documentation and specifications for proposals.
  • Provides oversight of the installation, operation, and maintenance of electronic switches and network operations equipment, radio receivers and transmitters, and other associated equipment.
  • Depends on the appropriate organizations for administrative and logistical support and health and financial services.

Basis of Allocation:

To support Army, joint, or combined headquarters as required.

Organization:

7-person team.

EAC CINC COMMUNICATIONS TEAM

Mission:

Provides CINC communications support in the form of secure FM radio, UHF TACSAT, and COMSEC equipment maintenance.

Capabilities:

The CINC communications team--

  • Installs, operates, and maintains secure FM radio communications.
  • Installs, operates, and maintains UHF SATCOM.
  • Maintains COMSEC equipment.
  • Depends on the appropriate organizations for administrative and logistical support and health and financial services.

Basis of Allocation:

As required to support Army, joint, or combined CINCs.

Organization:

V1 -- 8-person team.

V2 -- 13-person team.

EAC DMS SERVICE CENTER (DSC) TEAM

Mission:

V1 -- Provides organizational and individual messaging for customers in a medium sized regional area.

V2 -- Provides organizational and individual messaging for customers in a large sized regional area.

Capabilities:

The DSC team--

  • Operates and maintains the DMS equipment and ancillary devices.
  • Provides organizational and individual messaging to customers in a geographic AOR.
  • Performs systems administration and help desk functions for electronic messaging and mail systems.
  • Performs COMSEC material management functions and information systems security functions for the DMS.
  • Installs, operates, and performs unit level maintenance on the DMS cable and wire communications systems, COMSEC devices, and associated equipment.
  • Depends on the appropriate organizations for administrative and logistical support and health and financial services.

Basis of Allocation:

As required.

Organization:

V1 -- 15-person team.

V2 -- 25-person team.

UNIT REFERENCE SHEET (URS) EAC DMS CERTIFICATION AUTHORIZATION WORKSTATION (CAW) TEAM

Mission:

Provides DMS COMSEC material support and management for customers in a regional area.

Capabilities:

The DMS CAW team--

  • Provides COMSEC material issue and support to DMS users in a geographic AOR.
  • Performs COMSEC material management functions and information systems security functions for the DMS.
  • Depends on the appropriate organizations for administrative and logistical support and health and financial services.

Basis of Allocation:

As required.

Organization:

2-person team.



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