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REPORT NO. I5921C4A-1 TABLE OF MANPOWER REQUIREMENTS PAGE: 437

AS OF: 99/10 (FEB 99 TROOP LIST) PREPARED: 99/02/01

MISSION STATEMENT FOR T/O 4652M

**4652M 26 MAY 1995

 

TABLE OF ORGANIZATION ASSAULT AMPHIBIAN COMPANY

ASSAULT AMPHIBIAN BATTALION

NUMBER..........4652M MARINE DIVISION

FLEET MARINE FORCE

 

 

1. PROMULGATION STATEMENT. THIS TABLE OF ORGANIZATION

PRESCRIBES THE ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE, BILLET AUTHORIZATION,

PERSONNEL STRENGTH, AND INDIVIDUAL WEAPONS FOR THE ASSAULT

AMPHIBIAN COMPANY, ASSAULT AMPHIBIAN BATTALION, MARINE DIVISION,

FLEET MARINE FORCE.

2. ORGANIZATION

COMPANY HEADQUARTERS

ASSAULT AMPHIBIAN VEHICLE PLATOONS (3)

ASSAULT AMPHIBIAN GENERAL SUPPORT SECTION

COMMAND AND CONTROL SECTION

MAINTENANCE SECTION

3. MISSION AND TASKS

A. MISSION. TO LAND THE SURFACE ASSAULT ELEMENTS OF THE

LANDING FORCE AND THEIR EQUIPMENT IN A SINGLE LIFT FROM ASSAULT

SHIPPING DURING AMPHIBIOUS OPERATIONS TO INLAND OBJECTIVES. TO

CONDUCT MECHANIZED OPERATIONS AND RELATED COMBAT SUPPORT IN

SUBSEQUENT OPERATIONS ASHORE.

B. TASKS

(1) TRANSPORT ASSAULT ELEMENTS OF THE LANDING FORCE

DURING THE SHIP-TO-SHORE MOVEMENT.

(2) TRANSPORT SELECTED EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES OF THE

LANDING FORCE DURING SHIP-TO-SHORE MOVEMENT.

(3) PROVIDE LIFT FOR ASSAULT ELEMENTS, SELECTED EQUIP-

MENT, AND SUPPLIES IN MECHANIZED OR OTHER COMBAT SUPPORT

OPERATIONS DURING SUBSEQUENT OPERATIONS ASHORE.

(4) TRANSPORT ASSAULT ELEMENTS, EQUIPMENT, AND

SUPPLIES IN MECHANIZED OR OTHER COMBAT SUPPORT OPERATIONS

DURING SUBSEQUENT OPERATIONS ASHORE.

(5) PROVIDE LIFT FOR LOGISTIC REQUIREMENTS DURING

SUBSEQUENT OPERATIONS ASHORE; FORWARD OF THE FORWARD EDGE OF

THE BATTLE AREA.

(6) PARTICIPATE IN THE PLANNING AND COORDINATION OF

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AS OF: 99/10 (FEB 99 TROOP LIST) PREPARED: 99/02/01

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MECHANIZED OPERATIONS, LINK-UP OPERATIONS, AND RIVERINE AND

LANDING OPERATIONS.

(7) PROVIDE DIRECT AND INDIRECT FIRE SUPPORT, AS

REQUIRED, WITHIN THE CAPABILITY OF THE ORGANIC WEAPON SYSTEMS

DURING AMPHIBIOUS OPERATIONS ASHORE.

(8) TRANSPORT OTHER SUPPLIES AND EQUIPMENT, AS REQUIRED,

BY ASSAULT UNITS DURING SHIP-TO-SHORE MOVEMENT.

(9) EXECUTE THE MISSIONS ASSOCIATED WITH ASSAULT

AMPHIBIAN VEHICLE (AAV) SPECIAL MISSION KITS.

4. CONCEPT OF ORGANIZATION

A. ORGANIZATION. THE COMPANY CONSISTS OF A COMPANY

HEADQUARTERS AND THREE ASSAULT AMPHIBIAN PLATOONS. THE COMPANY

HEADQUARTERS CONTAINS THE HEADQUARTERS, COMMUNICATIONS,

MAINTENANCE, AND GENERAL SUPPORT SECTIONS. EACH ASSAULT

AMPHIBIAN PLATOON CONTAINS A PLATOON HEADQUARTERS AND FOUR

ASSAULT AMPHIBIAN SECTIONS OF THREE AAVS EACH.

B. COMMAND AND CONTROL

(1) COMMAND AND STAFF FUNCTIONS ARE EXERCISED THROUGH A

COMMAND GROUP IN THE COMPANY HEADQUARTERS AND THE THREE PLATOON

COMMANDERS. THE COMMAND GROUP PERFORMS THE COMMAND AND STAFF

NECESSARY FOR PLANNING, DIRECTION AND SUPERVISION IN THE

EXECUTION OF ASSIGNED MISSIONS. THE COMMAND AND STAFF IS SUCH

AS TO PERMIT THE COMPANY TO FUNCTION AS PART OF THE BATTALION,

OR AS A COMPANY IN SUPPORT OF, OR ATTACHED TO AN INFANTRY UNIT.

 

(2) INTELLIGENCE. THERE IS NO ORGANIC SPECIALIZED

RECONNAISSANCE OR SURVEILLANCE CAPABILITY WITHIN THE COMPANY.

THE COMPANY COLLECTS INFORMATION BY DIRECT OBSERVATION AND

UNCOVERING ENEMY PERSONNEL AND MATERIAL. PROCESSING IS LIMITED

TO EXPEDITING THE TRANSMISSION OF INFORMATION TO HIGHER

HEADQUARTERS.

C. FIREPOWER. THE MAIN FIREPOWER OF THE COMPANY IS

PROVIDED BY WEAPONS MOUNTED ON EACH AAV. IN ADDITION,

INDIVIDUAL WEAPONS AND OTHER LIGHT INFANTRY WEAPONS ARE PROVIDED

FOR SECURITY AND LOCAL POSITION DEFENSE.

D. MOBILITY. AAVS PROVIDE TACTICAL MOBILITY FOR SUPPORTED

UNITS, EQUIPMENT, WEAPONS, AND LIMITED AMOUNTS OF SUPPLIES. THE

TACTICAL ADVANTAGES TO UNINTERRUPTED MOVEMENT TO AND ACROSS THE

BEACH; COUPLED WITH THEIR INLAND OPERATIONAL CAPABILITIES, ARE

SUPERIOR TO THOSE PROVIDED BY LANDING CRAFT. THE COMPANY IS

TRANSPORTABLE BY RAIL, SEA AND AIR.

E. LOGISTICS. THE COMPANY LOGISTICS ORGANIZATION IS BASED

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MISSION STATEMENT FOR T/O 4652M

ON UNIT DISTRIBUTION OF SUPPLIES, NORMAL SUPPLY PROCEDURES, AND

LIMITED ORGANIZATIONAL MAINTENANCE. THE COMPANY IS ORGANIZED TO

HANDLE THE INTERNAL DISTRIBUTION OF SUPPLIES, AND CARRY A BASIC

LOAD. ADDITIONAL SUPPLIES, MAINTENANCE, MEDICAL SUPPORT, AND

TRANSPORTATION ARE PROVIDED BY THE BATTALION.

F. COMMUNICATION

(1) THE PRIMARY METHOD OF COMMUNICATION IS BY RADIO.

ALTERNATE RADIOS ARE PROVIDED TO ESTABLISH EFFECTIVE

COMMUNICATIONS WITH SUPPORTED COMMANDERS AT EACH ECHELON,

SUPPORTING ARMS, AND SUBORDINATE UNITS TO INCLUDE INDIVIDUAL

VEHICLES. THE LATTER CAPABILITY CAN PROVIDE COMMANDERS OF

SUPPORTED UNITS WITH AN EMERGENCY METHOD OF COMMUNICATION WITH

SUBORDINATE COMMANDERS.

(2) WHEN AN INFANTRY UNIT IS OPERATING IN A COMMAND

VEHICLE, THEY CAN EMPLOY THE RADIOS CONTAINED THEREIN TO ENTER

THE NETS NORMAL TO THEIR OPERATION.

(3) ALTERNATE MEANS OF COMMUNICATIONS ARE BY WIRE,

MESSENGER, AND VISUAL DEVICES.

5. CONCEPT OF EMPLOYMENT

A. COMPANY ORGANIZATION FOR COMBAT. THE ASSAULT AMPHIBIAN

COMPANY IS A COMPACT ORGANIZATION CAPABLE OF DEPLOYMENT, REMOVED

FROM THE BATTALION, FOR LIMITED PERIODS OF TIME. USUALLY THE

COMPANY WILL BE ATTACHED TO, OR PLACED IN SUPPORT OF, A MARINE

EXPEDITIONARY UNIT (MEU) OR SOME LARGER MARINE AIR-GROUND TASK

FORCE (MAGTF). THE PRIME CONSIDERATION IN SELECTING THE METHOD

OF ORGANIZATION IS THE ABILITY OF THE PARENT ORGANIZATION TO

PROVIDE LOGISTICAL SUPPORT. THE SERVICE AND SUPPORT RENDERED,

OTHER THAN THE LOGISTICAL SUPPORT REQUIRED BY THE COMPANY, WILL

BE THE SAME IN EITHER CASE, WHETHER THE COMPANY IS ATTACHED OR

PLACED IN SUPPORT OF THE MEU OR MAGTF.

B. PLATOON ORGANIZATION FOR COMBAT. THE ASSAULT AMPHIBIAN

PLATOON, THE BASIC UNIT OF THE BATTALION, PROVIDES THE LIFT

CAPABILITY DURING THE AMPHIBIOUS ASSAULT AND OPERATIONS ASHORE.

EACH COMPANY IS ORGANIZED WITH 3 PLATOONS OF 12 AAVS EACH;

AND A GENERAL SUPPORT SECTION OF 4 AAVS. EACH VEHICLE HAS A

RATED CAPACITY OF 18 COMBAT LOADED MARINES. A SPECIAL TASK-

ORGANIZATION, THE BOAT TEAM IS ORGANIZED AROUND THE INFANTRY

SQUAD OR SECTIONS AND IS EMBARKED IN EACH VEHICLE.

C. COMMAND VEHICLES. AN ASSAULT AMPHIBIAN COMPANY HAS

TWO COMMAND VEHICLES. THE COMMAND VEHICLE, WITH THE INCREASED

RADIO COMMUNICATIONS CAPABILITY, PROVIDES AN OPTIMAL MEANS OF

CONTROLLING SUPPORTING ARMS, MANEUVER UNITS, AND OTHER CRITICAL

ELEMENTS DURING THE AMPHIBIOUS ASSAULT AND SUBSEQUENT OPERATIONS

ASHORE.

 

REPORT NO. I5921C4A-1 TABLE OF MANPOWER REQUIREMENTS PAGE: 440

AS OF: 99/10 (FEB 99 TROOP LIST) PREPARED: 99/02/01

MISSION STATEMENT FOR T/O 4652M

D. COMMAND RELATIONSHIPS. COMMANDERS OF SUPPORTED UNITS

SHOULD CONSIDER THE SENIOR AAV COMMANDER TO BE A SPECIAL STAFF

OFFICER, AS AN ADDITIONAL DUTY. REGARDLESS OF ECHELON, THE AAV

COMMANDER WILL BE PREPARED TO EXECUTE THIS ADDITIONAL DUTY

ASSIGNMENT.

E. LIAISON. COMMANDERS OF UNITS TO BE SUPPORTED WILL

INCLUDE COMMANDERS OF AAV UNITS IN AN INITIAL PLANNING

CONFERENCE.

6. ADMINISTRATIVE CAPABILITIES. THE COMPANY IS CAPABLE OF

LIMITED SELF-ADMINISTRATION. ADDITIONAL CAPABILITY IS PROVIDED

BY THE BATTALION.

7. LOGISTIC CAPABILITIES

A. MAINTENANCE. CAPABLE OF LIMITED (3RD ECHELON) MAINTENANCE

ON ASSAULT AMPHIBIANS AND VERY HIGH FREQUENCY EQUIPMENT AND ITS

ASSOCIATED CABLING AND AUXILIARY AUDIO EQUIPMENT TO THE BATTALION.

CAPABLE OF ORGANIZATIONAL MAINTENANCE (1ST AND 2ND ECHELON) ON ALL

OTHER EQUIPMENT ORGANIC TO THE COMPANY.

B. SUPPLY. MAINTAINS OPERATION/TRAINING REPAIR PARTS AND

SUPPLIES, AS DIRECTED; AND A 30 DAY SUPPLY OF MOUNT OUT REPAIR

PARTS WITHIN MAINTENANCE CAPABILITY.

C. TRANSPORTATION. MOTOR TRANSPORT ASSETS AND AAVS

TRANSPORT SUPPORTED UNITS, EQUIPMENT, WEAPONS, AND LIMITED

AMOUNTS OF SUPPLIES. HEAVY (LOGISTIC VEHICLE SYSTEMS), MEDIUM

AND LIGHT VEHICLES PROVIDE TRANSPORTATION FOR ADMINISTRATIVE AND

LOGISTIC FUNCTIONS. UNDER NORMAL CIRCUMSTANCES, THE MOTOR

TRANSPORT IS ADEQUATE FOR THE NEEDS OF THE COMPANY.

D. GENERAL ENGINEERING. NONE.

E. HEALTH SERVICES. PROVIDED BY BATTALION.

F. SERVICES. NONE.

G. MESSING. CAPABLE OF PROVIDING A COMPANY DINING FACILITY

IN GARRISON AND IN THE FIELD.

8. SUPERSESSION. THIS TABLE OF ORGANIZATION SUPERSEDES TABLE

OF ORGANIZATION NUMBER 4652M OF 18 JUNE 1976 AND IS EFFECTIVE

UPON RECEIPT.

 

 

C. E. MUNDY, JR.

GENERAL, U.S. MARINE CORPS

COMMANDANT OF THE MARINE CORPS

REPORT NO. I5921C4A-1 TABLE OF MANPOWER REQUIREMENTS PAGE: 441

AS OF: 99/10 (FEB 99 TROOP LIST) PREPARED: 99/02/01

T/O CHECKLIST

T/O: 4652M AAV COMPANY

T/E: N1613 N1623 N1636

B T S OTHER S W S

LINE BLT ALPHA R Y T MARINES SERVICES NON-CHARGEABLE C P E S SERV

NO. ENGLISH DESCRIPTION CRD GRADE MOS N P A OFF ENL CIV OFF ENL OFF ENL CIV C N EDU P C LNG SCH FTN

1 COMPANY HEADQUARTERS

2 HEADQUARTERS SECTION

3 COMPANY COMMANDER MAJ 1803 M O 1 P

4 EXECUTIVE OFFICER CAPT 1803 M O 1 P

5 COMPANY FIRST SERGEANT 1STSGT 9999 M E 1 P

6 COMPANY GUNNERY SERGEANT MSGT 1833 M E 1 P

7 MESS CHIEF SSGT 3381 M E 1 P

8 GEN WAREHOUSEMAN SSGT 3051 M E 1 P

9 INFANTRY WEAPONS ARMORER CPL 2111 M E 1 M

10 EMBARK SPECIALIST LCPL 0431 M E 1 M

12 FD SVC SPEC CPL 3381 M E 1 M

15 FD SVC SPEC LCPL 3381 M E 1 M

16 INF WPNS REPAIRER LCPL 2111 M E 1 M

16A MT OPS CHIEF SSGT 3537 M E 1 P

16B MOTOR VEH OPERATOR PFC 3531 M E 2 M

16C AUTO MECHANIC SGT 3521 M E 1 M

16D LVS OPERATOR LCPL 3533 M E 2 M

17 FOOD SERV SPEC PVT 3381 M E 1 M

SECTION TOTALS

MARINE 2 16

20 COMMUNICATION SECTION

21 RADIO CHIEF SSGT 2537 M E 1 P

22 RADIO REPAIRMAN SGT 2861 M E 1 M

23 FIELD RADIO OPERATOR SGT 2531 M E 1 M

24 RADIO REPAIRMAN LCPL 2841 M E 4 M

SECTION TOTALS

MARINE 7

27 MAINTENANCE SECTION

28 HEADQUARTERS SECTION

29 PC/CO MAINT OFFICER CWO2 2110 M O 1 P

30 MAINTENANCE CHIEF MSGT 2149 M E 1 P

31 ASST MAINT CHIEF GYSGT 2141 M E 1 P

32 AMTRAC TECH CPL 2141 M E 1 M

32A AMTRAC TECH LCPL 2141 M E 2 M

33 LOG DATA CLERK CPL 0411 M E 1 M

37 RECOVERY TEAM

38 AMTRAC TECH SSGT 2141 M E 1 P

38A AMTRAC TECH CPL 2141 M E 1 M

39 AMTRAC TECH LCPL 2141 M E 1 M

40 WELDER LCPL 1316 M E 1 M

REPORT NO. I5921C4A-1 TABLE OF MANPOWER REQUIREMENTS PAGE: 442

AS OF: 99/10 (FEB 99 TROOP LIST) PREPARED: 99/02/01

T/O CHECKLIST

T/O: 4652M AAV COMPANY

T/E: N1613 N1623 N1636

B T S OTHER S W S

LINE BLT ALPHA R Y T MARINES SERVICES NON-CHARGEABLE C P E S SERV

NO. ENGLISH DESCRIPTION CRD GRADE MOS N P A OFF ENL CIV OFF ENL OFF ENL CIV C N EDU P C LNG SCH FTN

41 MAINTENANCE REPAIR TMS 3 EACH

42 AMTRAC TECH SGT 2141 M E 1 M

43 AMTRAC REPAIRMAN CPL 2141 M E 1 M

44 AMTRAC RPRMN/MT DRIVER LCPL 2141 M E 2 M

45 AMTRAC REPAIRMAN PVT 2141 M E 2 M

SECTION TOTALS

MARINE 1 28

47 AMTRAC SECTION

48 SECTION LEADER MSGT 1833 M E 1 P

49 ASST SECTION LEADER SSGT 1833 M E 2 P

9954 N

49A AAV CMDR SGT 1833 M E 2 M

50 AAV CREWMAN CPL 1833 M E 2 M

51 AAV CREWMAN LCPL 1833 M E 6 M

SECTION TOTALS

MARINE 13

53 COMMAND & CONTROL SECTION

53A SECTION LEADER SSGT 1833 M E 2 P

53B AAV CREWMAN CPL 1833 M E 2 M

53C AAV CREWMAN LCPL 1833 M E 4 M

53D AAV CMDR SGT 1833 M E 2 M

53E AMTRAC CREWMAN/RADIO TECH LCPL 2841 M E 2 M

SECTION TOTALS

MARINE 12

54 AAV PLATOONS(3PLTS)

55 PLATOON HEADQUARTERS

56 PLATOON CMDR LT 1803 M O 3 P

57 PLATOON SERGEANT GYSGT 1833 M E 3 P

58 FIELD RADIO OPERATOR CPL 2531 M E 3 M

59 AAV SECS(4PER PLT)

59A SECTION LEADER GYSGT 1833 M E 3 P

60 SECTION LEADER SSGT 1833 M E 9 P

61 ASST SECT LDR/TRAC CMDR SGT 1833 M E 12 M

62 AAV CMDR CPL 1833 M E 21 M

63 AAV CREWMAN LCPL 1833 M E 27 M

64 AAV CREWMAN PVT 1833 M E 36 M

SECTION TOTALS

MARINE 3 114

 

REPORT NO. I5921C4A-1 TABLE OF MANPOWER REQUIREMENTS PAGE: 443

AS OF: 99/10 (FEB 99 TROOP LIST) PREPARED: 99/02/01

T/O CHECKLIST

T/O: 4652M AAV COMPANY

T/E: N1613 N1623 N1636

B T S OTHER S W S

LINE BLT ALPHA R Y T MARINES SERVICES NON-CHARGEABLE C P E S SERV

NO. ENGLISH DESCRIPTION CRD GRADE MOS N P A OFF ENL CIV OFF ENL OFF ENL CIV C N EDU P C LNG SCH FTN

ORGANIZATION TOTALS

MARINE 6 190

FOOTNOTE SECTION

*** NO STANDARD FOOTNOTES REFERENCED ***

ADDITIONAL FOOTNOTE SECTION

*** NO ADDITIONAL FOOTNOTES REFERENCED ***

INDIVIDUAL WEAPONS

UONE DESIG NOT APPLIC AUTO RIFLE RIFLE PISTOL SNUB NOSE REVOLVER SQD A WPN UNARMED

CHARGEABLE 161 35

NONCHARGEABLE

UNIT SUMMARY

OTHER

LINE LINE MARINES SERVICES NON-CHARGEABLE

UNIT FROM TO PEN PEN TITLE MCC OFF ENL CIV OFF ENL OFF ENL CIV

4652M001 0206211M 122 6 190

4652M002 0206211M 122 6 190

4652M003 0206211M 122 6 190

4652M004 0206211M 122 6 190

4652M005 0206211M 121 6 190

4652M006 0206211M 121 6 190

4652M007 0206211M 121 6 190

REPORT NO. I5921C4A-1 TABLE OF MANPOWER REQUIREMENTS PAGE: 444

AS OF: 99/10 (FEB 99 TROOP LIST) PREPARED: 99/02/01

T/O CHECKLIST

T/O: 4652M AAV COMPANY

T/E: N1613 N1623 N1636

RECAPITULATION BY MOS

GEN COL LTCOL MAJ CAPT LT WO

REPORT E9 E8 E7 E6 E5 E4 E3 E2/1

LINE SES GS15 GS14 GS13 GS12 GS11 GS10 GS9 GS8 GS7 GS6 GS5 GS4 GS3 GS2 GS1 LINE

NO. BMOS UNGR EXC TOTAL

MARINE CHARGEABLE

MARINE OFFICERS

1 1803 1 1 3 5

2 2110 1 1

TOTAL 1 1 3 1 6

MARINE ENLISTED

3 0411 1 1

4 0431 1 1

5 1316 1 1

6 1833 2 6 13 16 25 37 36 135

7 2111 1 1 2

8 2141 1 1 3 5 9 6 25

9 2149 1 1

10 2531 1 3 4

11 2537 1 1

12 2841 6 6

13 2861 1 1

14 3051 1 1

15 3381 1 1 1 1 4

16 3521 1 1

17 3531 2 2

18 3533 2 2

19 3537 1 1

20 9999 1 1

TOTAL 4 7 18 22 36 58 45 190

TOTAL 4 7 19 23 39 59 45 196

TOTAL STRUCTURE

MARINE OFF 1 1 3 1 6

MARINE ENL 4 7 18 22 36 58 45 190

TOTAL REQUIREMENT

MARINE OFF 1 1 3 1 6

MARINE ENL 4 7 18 22 36 58 45 190

GRADE AVERAGE

MARINE OFFICER 2.33

MARINE ENLISTED 3.72

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