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US Army Table of Organization and Equipment


	             GENERAL SUPPORT AVIATION BATTALION
                    AVIATION BRIGADE
         ARMOR AND INFANTRY (MECHANIZED) DIVISION
                   EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
1.  PURPOSE.  This package summarizes the results of a cyclic
review for the Headquarters, Department of the Army (HQDA)
approval. This draft DTOE package includes and executive
summary that outlines the operational function of each DTOE
and discusses personnel and major items of equipment.
   a.  New TOE:  NO              Projected E-Date:  N/A
   b.  Cyclic Review:  Yes       Current E-Date:  9810
   c.  Authority:
      (1)  ARSTRUC:  No     Date:  N/A       Str Cap:  N/A
      (2)  CSA FDU:  No     Date:  N/A       Str Cap:  N/A
      (3)  AR 71-31:  Yes   CTU Date:  9804  Str Cap:  N/A
   d.  This package pertains to the following TOE:
        TOE             MLTPR                TITLE
        01306A200            Headquarters and Headquarters
                              Company
        01307A200   x 2            Aviation Support Company (UH-60)
        01308A200            Command Aviation Company
        01309A200            Aviation Unit Maintenance (AVUM)
                              Company
    e.  Major Changes:  As part of this review, these
TOE have been updated to reflect approved doctrine and the
latest information concerning changes in operational concepts,
operational requirements documents (ORDs), and related
basis-of-issue plans (BOIPs) data.  Increases in personnel are
a result of MARC applications.
2.  MISSION/CAPABILITIES/SECTION I.
        a.  Provides command and control aircraft support assets
for the Armor or Infantry (Mechanized) Division.
        b.   Provides combat electronic warfare intelligence
(CEWI) assets for the Armor or Infantry (Mechanized) Division.
        c.  Accepts operational control of additional air and
ground maneuver units.
3.  ASSIGNMENT.  Organic to the Aviation Brigade, TOE 01300A000,
Armor and Infantry (Mechanized) Division.
4.  PERSONNEL.
    a.  Personnel strength for this unit is as follows.
             TOE          DESIGN    DOCUMENTED     DIFFERENCE
           01306A200        117        117             0
           01307A200 (x 2)   55         55             0
           01308A200         79         79             0
           01309A200         84         84             0
    b.  MARC Deviations:  MARC authorizes a Company NBC NCO and
driver for the commander in each company.  These positions will
not be used in all units due to their small size.  Full MARC
for 77Fs was not applied leaving the documentation levels at the
previous MARC totals pending a decision by Director of Force
Management.  Additional MARC deviations are documented below:
           TOE      PARA   MOS    NUMBER   RATIONALE
        01306A200    01   54B1P     +1   Position consolidated in
                                         the HHC to support the 3
                                         flight companies.
          01307A200    01   67N1P     -1   Position deemed non-missio
n
                                         essential due to small
                                         size of company.
        01307A200    01   54B1P     -1   Position deemed non-mission
                                         essential due to small
                                         size of company.
        01308A200    01   67N1P     -1   Position deemed non-mission
                                         essential due to small
                                         size of company.
        01308A200    01   54B1P     -1   Position deemed non-mission
                                         essential due to small
                                         size of company.
        01309A200    01   67N3P     -8   UH-60 Technical inspectors
                                         requirements documented at
                                         50% MARC to bring them in
                                         line with requirements for
                                         other aircraft.
    c.  Detailed rationale for doctrinal personnel requirements is
in the accompanying TOE Analysis--Narrative Discussion.
    d.  The risk resulting from decrements is negligible.
5.  EQUIPMENT.
    a.  Equipment reflected in this TOE represents minimum
essential wartime requirements with normal modernization from
the base to the objective TOE.
    b.  The following items of modernization equipment are
included in the BTOE.
        BOIP       LIN      NOMENCLATURE
        H079AA    K32293    Helicopter, UH-60A
        H120AA    H30616    Helicopter, EH-60
        H083AA    C59313    Communications Console
        H083AB    Z77115    Antenna Group, OE-458
        H083AC    Z77183    Antenna Group, OE-459
        H083AD    Z20648    Installation Kit, MK-2324
        H083AE    Z49888    Installation Kit, MK-2584
        H083AF    Z15944    Antenna Group, OE-460
        H083AG    Z05167    Antenna, AS 3568
        H083AH    Z15876    Antenna Group, OE-461
    c.  Major items of equipment in the TOE are:
            TOE                BTOE              OTOE
         01306A200   18 x 1 1/4-T HMMWV  15 x 1 1/4-T HMMWV
                      6 x 2 1/2-T Trk     3 x 1 1/4-T HMMWV
                     14 x 5-T Trk                     (HVY)
                                          6 x 2 1/2-T Trk
                                          8 x Fuel Tanker
         01307A200    8 x UH-60A          8 x UH-60L
                      3 x 1 1/4-T Trk     3 x 1 1/4-T HMMWV
         01308A200    8 x UH-60A          8 x UH-60L
                      3 x EH-60           3 x EH-60
                      6 x OH-58A          6 x OH-58C
                      5 x 1 1/4-T Trk     5 x 1 1/4-T HMMWV
         01309A200    1 x 1/4-T Trk       1 x 1 1/4-T HMMWV
                      6 x 2 1/2-T Trk     6 x 2 1/2-T Trk
                      1 x 5-T Van         1 x LMTV Van
                      1 x 6K Forklift     1 x ATLAS
6.  COST.
           a.  Cost Analysis Summary for the OTOE is provided
below.
           b.  Force structure information for each TOE is
based on current M-Force and E-Date 9810.
           c.  HQDA approved commodity consumption rates were
used in the development of these TOEs and are reflected in the
Cost Analysis Summaries.
           d.  The difference in cost is primarily due to the
modernization of equipment from the BTOE to the OTOE and
application of current MARC.
7.  COST ANALYSIS SUMMARIES.  The cost analysis of 01305A000
is at enclosure 1.  A comparison of the BTOE and OTOE shows the
difference in cost is due to modernization equipment.
                  NEW TOE              OLD TOE             DELTA
NUMBER           01305A200             01305A000
TITLE           Gen Spt Avn Bn      Gen Spt Avn Bn         N/A
                PERSONNEL IMPACT BY:  (OFF/WO/NCO/ENL/AGGR)
OTOE       26/63/101/160//350  26/63/97/153//339    0/0/4/7//11
                 UNITS BY COMPO:  (1/2/3/4//AGGR)
                8/7/0/0//15         8/7/0/0//15
                FORCE IMPACT BY COMPO:
 OFF/WO     712/623/0/0//1335  712/623/0/0//1335      0/0/0/0//0
 NCO        808/707/0/0//1515  776/679/0/0//1455   32/28/0/0//60
COSTS
 PERSONNEL     $ 12,892,976     $ 12,564,826      $     328,150
 EQUIPMENT     $244,831,566     $222,263,833      $  22,567,733
 TOTALS        $257,724,542     $234,828,659      $  22,895,883
	

	                                                 GENERAL SUPPORT AVIATION BATTALION
                                                         AVIATION BRIGADE
                                                 ARMOR AND MECHANIZED DIVISION
                              DESIGNATION:  ______ BATTALION (GENERAL SUPPORT), ______ AVIATION
                                         TOE 01305A100:  WHEN EQUIPPED WITH UH-1 AIRCRAFT.
                                         TOE 01305A200:  WHEN EQUIPPED WITH UH-60 AIRCRAFT.
1.  MISSION.  TO PERFORM AIR ASSAULT AND AIR MOVEMENT
OPERATIONS; AND TO CONDUCT COMBAT ELECTRONIC WARFARE AND
INTELLIGENCE (CEWI), TARGET ACQUISITION AND RECONNAISSANCE
MISSIONS; AND COMMAND, CONTROL, AND COMMUNICATIONS (C3)
FLIGHTS.
2.  ASSIGNMENT.  ORGANIC TO THE AVIATION BRIGADE, TOE 01300A,
ARMOR AND MECHANIZED DIVISION.
3.  CAPABILITIES.
    A.  AT LEVEL 1, THIS UNIT PROVIDES
        (1) COMMAND AND CONTROL AIRCRAFT.
        (2) AIRCRAFT FOR AIR MOVEMENT OF TROOPS, SUPPLIES,
AND  EQUIPMENT.
        (3) COMBAT ELECTRONIC WARFARE INTELLIGENCE (CEWI)
AIRCRAFT TO SUPPORT DIVISION OPERATIONS.
        (4) TARGET ACQUISITION AIRCRAFT TO SUPPORT DIVISION
OPERATIONS.
        (5) CONTINUOUS DAY AND NIGHT AVIATION OPERATIONS
DURING VISUAL AND MARGINAL WEATHER CONDITIONS AND LIMITED
AVIATION OPERATIONS DURING INSTRUMENT WEATHER CONDITIONS.
        (6) UNIT LEVEL PERSONNEL SERVICE SUPPORT, INCLUDING
PERSONNEL, ADMINISTRATIVE, LEGAL, HEALTH, AND RELIGIOUS
SERVICES, FOR ALL ORGANIC OR ATTACHED UNITS.
        (7) UNIT LEVEL LOGISTICAL SUPPORT, INCLUDING SUPPLY,
AUTOMOTIVE AND COMMUNICATIONS MAINTENANCE, AVIATION UNIT
MAINTENANCE (AVUM), AND FOOD SERVICE, FOR ALL ORGANIC OR
ATTACHED UNITS.
    B.  THE COLUMNS UNDER LEVELS 2 AND 3 ADAPT THIS TABLE
FOR REDUCED OPERATIONAL CAPABILITIES IN DECREMENTS OF 10%,
FROM APPROXIMATELY 90% FOR LEVEL 2 TO APPROXIMATELY 80%
FOR LEVEL 3.
    C.  THIS UNIT IS NOT ADAPTABLE TO A TYPE B ORGANIZATION.
    D.  THE COLUMNS DESIGNATED BY LEVEL 1 THROUGH 3 ARE
DESIGNED TO RELATE TO THE CATEGORIES ESTABLISHED IN AR
220-1, UNIT STATUS REPORTING.
    E.  INDIVIDUALS OF THIS ORGANIZATION, EXCEPT THE CHAPLAIN
AND MEDICAL PERSONNEL, CAN ASSIST IN THE COORDINATED DEFENSE
OF THE UNIT'S AREA OR INSTALLATION.
    F.  THIS UNIT CAN PERFORM AVIATION UNIT MAINTENANCE
(AVUM) ON ALL ASSIGNED AIRCRAFT, ARMAMENT, AND AVIONICS.  ALSO
PROVIDES UNIT MAINTENANCE ON OTHER ORGANIC EQUIPMENT, EXCEPT
MEDICAL, COMMUNICATIONS SECURITY (COMSEC), AND ELECTRONIC
WARFARE/INTERCEPT EQUIPMENT ITEMS.
    G.  THIS UNIT IS DEPENDENT UPON
        (1) APPROPRIATE UNITS OF THE DIVISION AND ECHELONS
ABOVE DIVISION FOR LEGAL, RELIGIOUS, FINANCE, PERSONNEL, AND
ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES; SUPPLEMENTAL TRANSPORTATION; AND
AVIATION INTERMEDIATE MAINTENANCE (AVIM).
        (2) HEADQUARTERS, HEADQUARTERS AND SERVICE COMPANY OF
THE MILITARY INTELLIGENCE BATTALION, FOR TASKING OF COLLECTION
AND JAMMING MISSIONS AND DIRECT SUPPORT (DS) MAINTENANCE OF
ELECTRONIC WARFARE/INTERCEPT (EW/I) AVIATION EQUIPMENT.
4.  BASIS OF ALLOCATION.  ONE PER AVIATION BRIGADE, TOE
01300A, ARMOR OR MECHANIZED DIVISION.
5.  CATEGORY.  THIS UNIT IS DESIGNATED A CATEGORY II UNIT.
(SEE AR 310-25 FOR DEFINITIONS OF UNIT CATEGORIES.)
6.  MOBILITY.  FOR MOBILITY OF THE ORGANIZATIONAL
COMPONENTS OF THIS UNIT, SEE SECTION I, GENERAL, OF THE
RESPECTIVE TABLES OF ORGANIZATION AND EQUIPMENT LISTED AS
PARAGRAPHS IN SECTION II OF THIS TABLE.
7.  DOCTRINE.  THE FOLLOWING DOCTRINAL PUBLICATIONS ARE
APPLICABLE TO THE OPERATION OF THIS UNIT:
    DA PAM      25-30
    FM 1-100,   DOCTRINAL PRINCIPLES FOR ARMY AVIATION IN
                COMBAT OPERATIONS.
    FM 1-101,   AIRCRAFT BATTLEFIELD SURVIVABILITY.
    FM 1-102,   ARMY AVIATION IN AN NBC ENVIRONMENT.
    FM 1-104,   TACTICS, TECHNIQUES, AND PROCEDURES FOR
                FORWARD ARMING AND REFUELING POINTS.
    FM 1-111,   AVIATION BRIGADES.
    FM 1-118,   COMMAND AVIATION BATTALION/COMPANY.
    FM 1-120,   ARMY AIR TRAFFIC SERVICES CONTINGENCY
                AND COMBAT ZONE.
    FM 1-201,   TACTICAL FLIGHT PROCEDURES.
    FM 1-202,   ENVIRONMENTAL FLIGHT.
    FM 1-203,   FUNDAMENTALS OF FLIGHT.
    FM 1-230,   METEOROLOGY FOR ARMY AVIATORS.
    FM 1-240,   INSTRUMENT FLYING AND NAVIGATION FOR ARMY
                AVIATORS.
    FM 1-300,   FLIGHT OPERATIONS PROCEDURES.
    FM 1-302,   AVIATION LIFE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT (ALSE) FOR
                ARMY AIRCREWS.
    FM 1-500,   ARMY AVIATION MAINTENANCE.
    FM 1-506,   THE FUNDAMENTALS OF AIRCRAFT POWER PLANTS.
    FM 1-508,   MAINTAINING AVIATION LIFE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT
                (ALSE): MAINTENANCE PROGRAM.
    FM 1-509,   FUNDAMENTALS OF AIRCRAFT PNEUDRAULICS.
    FM 1-513,   BATTLEFEILD RECOVERY AND EVACUATION OF
                AIRCRAFT.
    FM 1-514,   FUNDAMENTALS OF ROTOR AND POWERTRAIN
                MAINTENANCE AND PROCEDURES.
    FM 1-563,   FUNDAMENTALS OF AIRFRAME MAINTENANCE.
    FM 3-4,     NBC PROTECTION.
    FM 3-5,     NBC DECONTAMINATION.
    FM 3-100,   NBC DEFENSE, CHEMICAL WARFARE, SMOKE AND
                FLAME OPERATIONS.
    FM 10-68,   AIRCRAFT REFUELING.
    FM 11-32,   COMBAT NET RADIO OPERATION.
    FM 11-50,   COMBAT COMMUNICATIONS WITHIN THE DIVISION.
    FM 24-1,    SIGNAL SUPPORT IN THE AIRLAND BATTLE.
    FM 34-1,    INTELLIGENCE AND ELECTRONIC WARFARE OPERATIONS.
    FM 34-81,   WEATHER SUPPORT FOR ARMY TACTICAL OPERATIONS.
    FM 43-5,    UNIT MAINTENANCE OPERATIONS.
    FM 55-40,   ARMY COMBAT SERVICE SUPPORT AIR TRANSPORT
                OPERATIONS.
    FM 55-41,   AIRCRAFT ORGANIZATIONAL MAINTENANCE
                MANAGEMENT.
    FM 71-100,  DIVISION OPERATIONS.
    FM 100-5,   OPERATIONS.
    FM 100-10,  COMBAT SERVICE SUPPORT.
    FM 100-26,  THE AIR-GROUND OPERATIONS SYSTEM.
    FM 100-28,  DOCTRINE AND PROCEDURES FOR AIRSPACE CONTROL
                IN THE COMBAT ZONE.
    FM 100-42,  U.S. AIR FORCE/U.S. ARMY AIRSPACE MANAGEMENT
                IN AN AREA OF OPERATIONS.
    FM 100-103, ARMY AIRSPACE COMMAND AND CONTROL IN A COMBAT
                ZONE.
    FM 101-5,   STAFF ORGANIZATION AND OPERATIONS.
    FM 101-5-1, OPERATIONAL TERMS AND SYMBOLS.
    TC 1-201,   TACTICAL FLIGHT PROCEDURES.
    TC 1-204,   NIGHT FLIGHT TECHNIQUES AND PROCEDURES.
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                                                                   \  AVIATION \
                                                                   \  SUPPORT  \
                                                                   \    BN     \
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                                          \  HQ & HQ  \     \   2 AVN   \     \    CMD    \    \    AVUM   \
                                          \     CO    \     \    SPT    \     \    AVN    \    \     CO    \
                                          \01         \     \02   CO    \     \03   CO    \    \ 04        \
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