N-HOUR DEPLOYMENT SEQUENCE
The N-hour deployment sequence is developed and followed to ensure all reports, actions, and outload processes are accomplished at the proper time during marshaling.
G-1. PREDEPLOYMENT PLANNING AND PREPARATION
Units must prepare internal deployment standing operating procedures and continually update and rehearse them. These SOPs should include actions that are common to all deployments, to include airland as well as parachute assault.
- Conduct no-notice emergency deployment readiness exercise.
- Prepare personnel for overseas deployment.
- Update and review all vehicle load plans.
- Validate and update movement plans with next higher headquarters.
- Update access and recall rosters.
- Review family support group rosters and rear detachment responsibilities.
- Ensure special team personnel are identified and trained (air movement/planning, NBC, outload, ammunition handling, and so on).
G-2. EXAMPLE OF N-HOUR SEQUENCE
The following example N-hour sequence aids a unit in developing their own deployment schedule based on their needs. (Table G-1.) It is flexible to allow for modifications based on the mission and the unit commander's concept of the operation.
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