United States Army Europe and Seventh Army
United States Army Installation Management Command
Army in Europe
11 November 2007
Organizations and Functions
Headquarters, United States Army Europe
*This regulation supersedes AE Regulation 10-5, 29 March 2007.
For the Commander:
RUSSELL L. FRUTIGER
Brigadier General, GS
Chief of Staff
DWAYNE J. VIERGUTZ
Chief, Army in Europe
Summary. This regulation explains the organization and responsibilities of HQ USAREUR/7A.
Summary of Change. This revision gives the Deputy Chief of Staff, G6, USAREUR, responsibility for the USAREUR Records Management, Freedom of Information Act, and Privacy Act programs (para 8-6q).
Applicability. This regulation applies to HQ USAREUR/7A, HQ IMCOM-Europe, and their subordinate organizations.
Supplementation. Organizations will not supplement this regulation without USAREUR G8 (AEAGF-C) approval.
Forms. AE and higher level forms are available through the Army in Europe Publishing System (AEPUBS).
Records Management. Records created as a result of processes prescribed by this regulation must be identified, maintained, and disposed of according to AR 25-400-2. Record titles and descriptions are available on the Army Records Information Management System website at https://www.arims.army.mil.
Suggested Improvements. The proponent of this regulation is the USAREUR G8 (AEAGF-C, DSN 370-9353). Users may suggest improvements to this regulation by sending DA Form 2028 to the USAREUR G8 (AEAGF-C), Unit 29351, APO AE 09014-9351.
Distribution. D (AEPUBS).
USAREUR COMMAND GROUP
DEPUTY CHIEF OF STAFF, G1
DEPUTY CHIEF OF STAFF, G2
DEPUTY CHIEF OF STAFF, G3
DEPUTY CHIEF OF STAFF, G4
DEPUTY CHIEF OF STAFF, ENGINEER
DEPUTY CHIEF OF STAFF, G6
DEPUTY CHIEF OF STAFF, G8
CHIEF, PUBLIC AFFAIRS
STAFF FINANCE AND ACCOUNTING OFFICER
A. USAREUR Major Subordinate and Specialized Commands
1. HQ USAREUR/7A Organization
a. Prescribes the organization and responsibilities of the USAREUR Command Group and HQ USAREUR/7A staff offices.
b. Provides a list of USAREUR major subordinate commands (MSCs) and USAREUR specialized commands (app A).
Appendix B lists references.
1-3. EXPLANATION OF ABBREVIATIONS AND TERMS
The glossary defines abbreviations and terms.
USAREUR COMMAND GROUP
COMMANDING GENERAL, DEPUTY COMMANDING GENERAL, COMMAND SERGEANT MAJOR, AND CHIEF OF STAFF
2-1. COMMANDING GENERAL
The Commanding General (CG) is responsible for
a. Providing a combat-ready force under USEUCOM. USAREUR is an Army service component command and the Army component of USEUCOM. The CG, USAREUR/7A, reports directly to HQDA.
b. Administrative and logistic support of U.S. ground forces in the USEUCOM theater of operations.
c. Command and control (C2) of assigned forces and other forces as directed.
d. Providing U.S. Army forces to the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO).
2-2. DEPUTY COMMANDING GENERAL
The Deputy Commanding General (DCG) monitors and directs the command’s wartime mission and functions (especially readiness and sustainment, force modernization, and living-environment issues). The DCG is the principal adviser to the CG and responsible for implementing the CG’s strategic vision. The DCG is also responsible for
a. All matters pertaining to USAREUR and its military personnel, DA civilian and local national (LN) employees, and Family members of U.S. military and civilian personnel.
b. Helping to provide stewardship for the annual operating budget (including Operations and Maintenance, Army (OMA), base programs) and installations. This includes
(1) Overseeing the delivery of base operations (BASOPS) support.
(2) Overseeing the conduct of installation management and the maintenance of quality-of-life standards and well-being provided by United States Army garrisons (USAGs) and the NATO Support Activity. The DCG supervises the establishment and operation of base-support organizations to ensure they can effectively and efficiently support readiness, force projection, and efficient basing while providing for an appropriate quality of life for and well-being of Soldiers, civilian employees, and Family members.
(3) Supervising force protection (FP) for the command (including supervision of host-nation (HN), contract, and military assets in the USAREUR area of responsibility (AOR)).
(4) Chairing the Host Nation Relations Advisory Committee and overseeing the daily planning, coordination, and execution of actions, programs, and events to improve HN relations.
c. Acting on behalf of the CG and maintaining a command relationship with USEUCOM, CNE-C6F, USAFE, and USAREUR MSCs.
d. Helping to design and create a force structure and infrastructure that
(1) Is efficient and affordable.
(2) Meets the CG’s long-term vision for USAREUR.
e. Improving coordination and liaison with the following:
(1) Department of Defense Education Activity and Department of Defense Dependents Schools (DODDS).
(2) Defense Commissary Agency.
(3) Army and Air Force Exchange Service (AAFES).
(4) United States Army Family and MWR Command.
f. Improving DOD, USEUCOM, and DA awareness of USAREUR issues to gain their support for resources.
g. Promoting combat readiness and helping the command remain a leading organization in DOD.
h. Contributing to a command environment that supports professional competence, junior leader development, innovation and initiative, respect and dignity, and professional and personal growth.
i. Improving relationships and cooperation with NATO partners, Allied militaries, and HN governments.
j. Being the senior rater for the following:
(1) Commanding General, 7th Army Reserve Command (7th ARCOM).
(2) Commander, 66th Military Intelligence Group.
(3) Commander, United States Army Europe Regional Dental Command.
(4) Commander, United States Army Contracting Command, Europe (USACCE).
(5) Commander, United States Army Center for Health Promotion and Preventive Medicine - Europe.
(6) USAG commanders.
(7) Chief, Internal Review and Audit Compliance Office (IRACO), HQ USAREUR/7A.
k. Ensuring USAREUR coordinates with DA and other major U.S. military headquarters (including the Joint Chiefs of Staff (JCS) and USEUCOM).
l. Liaising with HN governments, NATO military authorities, and the Kosovo Force (KFOR) commands in the Balkans.
m. Developing and guiding future goals and action plans to set a clear vision for USAREUR transformation as part of the Army Transformation Program.
2-3. COMMAND SERGEANT MAJOR
The Command Sergeant Major (CSM) is the principal adviser to the CG on all enlisted matters. The CSM is responsible for
a. Providing advice and recommendations on all USAREUR enlisted matters to the CG, Sergeant Major of the Army, USAREUR units, and HQ USAREUR/7A staff offices.
b. Executing established policy and monitoring the standards of enlisted personnel performance, training, and conduct.
c. Planning, coordinating, and participating in events (such as conferences and official ceremonies) and performing other duties directed by the CG.
2-4. CHIEF OF STAFF
The Chief of Staff (CofS), with the assistance of the Deputy Chief of Staff, monitors, coordinates, and directs all administrative, logistic, and operational support as required by the CG to maintain the wartime readiness of the command. The CofS serves as the principal adviser to the CG and DCG on all matters related to efficient and effective staff procedures to implement the CG’s strategic vision. The CofS is responsible for
a. Keeping the CG and DCG informed of significant command activities.
b. Coordinating, supervising, and directing the HQ USAREUR/7A staff to ensure peacetime and wartime commitments are met. (Figure 1 shows the HQ USAREUR/7A organization.)
Figure 1. HQ USAREUR/7A Organization
c. Prescribing HQ USAREUR/7A policy as directed by the CG.
d. Approving new and revised Army in Europe publications and signing Army in Europe command memorandums that prescribe one-time or short-term policy, unless the publication or memorandum requires approval or signature of the DCG or CG (AE Reg 1-10, table 2).
e. Ensuring published command directives are consistent with CG policy and plans.
f. Ensuring liaison is established with higher, lateral, and subordinate commands and supporting units.
g. Representing the CG in contacts with civilian leaders and Government and military authorities of NATO nations.
h. Serving as the Deputy Commanding General, United States Army North Atlantic Treaty Organization (USANATO).
i. Overseeing the following:
(1) Office of the Secretary of the General Staff, HQ USAREUR/7A (para 2-6).
(2) USAREUR Liaison Office, Berlin (para 2-14).
(3) USAREUR Liaison Office, HQDA (para 2-15).
(4) IRACO (para 2-17).
(5) Office of the Science Adviser, HQ USAREUR/7A (para 2-18).
(6) Headquarters and Headquarters Company (HHC), USAREUR (para 2-20).
(7) Safety Division (para 2-21).
(8) USAREUR Band and Chorus.
COMMAND GROUP SUPPORT STAFF
2-5. COMMANDING GENERAL’S INITIATIVES GROUP
The Commanding General’s Initiatives Group supports the CG in developing, communicating, and implementing the strategic vision by
a. Conducting studies, researching, and analyzing joint, combined, and Army topics for the CG.
b. Reviewing joint and Army emerging doctrine, policy, guidance, and intent statements and providing executive summaries and analyses to the CG.
c. Coordinating and integrating related efforts and products for the CG.
d. Providing the initial concept and framework for selected projects.
e. Preparing briefings, speeches, and articles for the CG and other Command Group personnel.
f. Conducting analyses to prepare the CG for participation in senior-level conferences, country visits, community visits, and other activities.
g. Reviewing periodicals and publications for items of interest to the CG.
2-6. SECRETARY OF THE GENERAL STAFF
The Secretary of the General Staff (SGS) provides administrative support to the CG, DCG, and CofS. The SGS provides operations, training, and professional development support for all personnel assigned to the USAREUR Command Group. The SGS is responsible for
a. Serving as the principal adviser and executive to the CofS on matters pertaining to the Command Group and the HQ USAREUR/7A staff.
b. Tasking the staff on nonoperational taskers designated by the CG, DCG, and CofS, and maintaining continuity of taskings through the use of automated database systems.
c. Providing administrative and logistics support to the Command Group.
2-7. STAFF ACTIONS DIVISION
The Staff Actions Division is headed by the Deputy Secretary of the General Staff. This division provides administrative support to the CG, DCG, and CofS by processing and tracking staff actions generated by the Command Group, DA, USEUCOM, HQ USAREUR/7A staff offices, and USAREUR MSCs. The Staff Actions Division is responsible for
a. Ensuring staff actions are coordinated with HQ USAREUR/7A staff offices, USAREUR MSCs, IMCOM-Europe, USEUCOM, DA, HN governments, and international headquarters.
b. Managing the USAREUR Staff Action Tracking System (USATS).
c. Producing briefing books and read-ahead packages for the CG, DCG, and CofS.
d. Reviewing Command Group calendars to resolve conflicts with CG, DCG, and CofS schedules.
e. Producing the daily Command Group calendar.
f. Attending meetings and conferences to ensure taskings and requirements generated by the CG, DCG, and CofS are sent to HQ USAREUR/7A staff offices and USAREUR MSCs.
g. Creating and distributing the Command Group Master Activities Calendar (MAC).
h. Providing administration, distribution, and mail support to the Command Group.
i. Reviewing messages for distribution to the Command Group and HQ USAREUR/7A staff offices.
j. Serving as the primary Command Group POC with the USEUCOM Secretary of the General Staff on USEUCOM taskers, the Component Commanders Conference, and other USEUCOM-related actions.
k. Conducting the Action Officer Orientation Course for the HQ USAREUR/7A staff.
2-8. EXECUTIVE SERVICES DIVISION
The Executive Services Division is the POC for planning and coordinating visits by distinguished visitors (DVs) (AE Reg 1-40). The division also provides protocol, administrative, and logistic support for conferences sponsored by the CG, DCG, and CSM, and operates the USAREUR Visitor Coordination Center (UVCC). Specific responsibilities include
a. Receiving, screening, processing, and monitoring requests for official visits to the HQ USAREUR/7A staff, USAREUR major subordinate and specialized commands, task forces, and IMCOM-Europe.
b. Operating and maintaining the UVCC DV lounge, and expediting DVs through airport check-in, customs, and immigration.
c. Planning and providing logistics support for CG events, including CG and CSM staff rides, Component Commanders Conferences, and USAREUR Senior Leaders Forums.
d. Providing vehicles and drivers for visiting three- and four-star general officers and civilian equivalents.
e. Advising the USAREUR Command Group on all matters of protocol, and directing and organizing social and protocol arrangements for official presentations, ceremonies, and events.
f. Planning and coordinating itineraries for assigned DVs in the USAREUR AOR.
g. Providing a DV bureau at USAREUR Command Group events and military training exercises.
h. Managing the schedules for the Keyes Building conference room, dining room, and breakfast room.
i. Managing the CSM Cooke House (DV quarters).
2-9. ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES DIVISION
The Administrative Services Division provides administrative, logistic, and personnel services; operations, training, discipline, and professional-development support to the USAREUR Command Group. This division is responsible for
a. Providing logistic and facilities-management support (including property accountability) for the CG’s residence and other facilities in the European theater.
b. Operating the Keyes Building dining facility.
c. Managing enlisted personnel duty positions for the Command Group. This includes submitting current and future duty-position vacancies to the appropriate personnel offices.
d. Providing personnel-action services to military personnel assigned to the Command Group and reviewing enlisted personnel actions to make recommendations to the SGS and CSM.
e. Supervising and conducting Sergeants Time Training for Keyes Building Soldiers.
f. Providing security-manager service for security clearances and requirements for Command Group personnel.
2-10. PROTECTIVE SERVICES DIVISION
The Protective Services Division is responsible for
a. Providing for the personal security of the CG and the DCG. This division plans, coordinates, and provides protective-services operations throughout Europe and areas outside the European theater visited by the CG and DCG when necessary based on the threat level.
b. Ensuring assigned and visiting high-risk personnel (HRP) are protected from physical harm or embarrassment.
c. Providing for the security of the Command Group complex and the CG’s residence. This includes developing physical-security plans, policy, and procedures for the HQ USAREUR/7A Command Group.
d. Providing supervision of operational control of the military police (MP) force that provides personal and physical-security functions (5th Platoon, 529th Military Police Company).
2-11. INFORMATION MANAGEMENT OFFICE
The Information Management Office works closely with the Headquarters C4 Support Division (para 8-4) to coordinate information technology (IT) automation and communication support for the USAREUR Command Group. The Information Management Office ensures mission-critical messaging applications are operational and maintained for unclassified and classified systems. Specifically, this office is responsible for
a. Providing assistance to Command Group personnel throughout the theater.
b. Providing the following services to the Command Group:
(1) Help desk.
(2) Information assurance (IA).
(3) Life-cycle hardware replacements.
(4) Local and non-local conference support.
(5) Network management.
(6) Office voicemail.
(7) Public key infrastructure (PKI) and Terminal Server Access Controller System (TSACS) account administration.
(8) Communications security (COMSEC).
(9) Systems administration.
(10) Video teleconference (VTC) and conference telephones.
(11) Web design and implementation.
c. Managing, supervising, and overseeing the automation requirements for the Keyes Building and applicable remote sites. This includes network-security management.
d. Planning, coordinating, and monitoring contractor support for the Command Group.
e. Reviewing and implementing security alerts, technical updates, and network policy; and ensuring that antivirus updates, network accreditations, and interim site accreditations are current.
2-12. RESOURCE MANAGEMENT OFFICE
The Resource Management Office is the principal technical adviser to the USAREUR Command Group on funding and civilian-personnel management services. This office is responsible for
a. Identifying funding requirements for the Command Group.
b. Providing funding targets for the Command Group and supported staff elements, monitoring program execution, reallocating funds to meet mission requirements, providing financial management information to the Command Group staff, and identifying program shortfalls and the effect of those shortfalls to the USAREUR G8.
c. Interpreting resource guidance and policy, and providing guidance to the Command Group and supported staff elements.
d. Acting as an executer of Secretary of the Army .0012 Official Representation Funds (ORF). This office also provides advice on policy, laws, and regulations as they pertain to ORF.
e. Serving as the custodian and coordinator for ORF approval packages on behalf of the CG.
f. Providing technical advice on financial management, contracting, and civilian-personnel management to the Command Group support staff.
g. Serving as the organization program coordinator for the Government purchase card (GPC), Government travel charge card, and Defense Travel System - Limited (DTS-L) programs for the Command Group.
h. Processing and managing internal requests for personnel action (RPAs) in the Defense Civilian Personnel Data System (DCPDS). This includes ensuring that hiring actions for the Command Group are completed according to applicable policy and regulations, and processing civilian personnel actions.
i. Providing DTS-L administrative functions (for example, correcting system problems, setting up new accounts, entering bank-routing and personnel information).
j. Administering the Planning, Programming, Budgeting, and Execution System (PPBES) for the Command Group.
k. Providing liaison for the Command Group with G8 on civilian manpower issues.
l. Monitoring and controlling changes to the civilian portion of the table of distribution and allowances (TDA) and providing analyses of proposed changes to civilian manpower to the Command Group.
m. Establishing policy on internal budget matters.
n. Providing advice on legal and regulatory constraints on the use of funds.
2-13. MILITARY HISTORY OFFICE
The Military History Office manages the command’s historical program and provides historical research and information services. This office is responsible for
a. Preparing annual histories and historical monographs.
b. Developing and maintaining historical research collections of material relevant to the command.
c. Coordinating with command records managers to ensure documents of historical significance to the command are properly collected and preserved.
d. Providing staff supervision of subordinate unit history programs and activities and of Army museums and historical collections in the command.
e. Supporting leader development (for example, staff rides, battle analyses).
f. Planning for appropriate transition of the command’s history assets to a state of war or a state of increased readiness.
g. Maintaining liaison with other Army and Government historical agencies and with counterpart HN Government and military-history agencies.
h. Responding to historical inquiries from throughout the command, from other Army and DOD units and organizations, from veterans organizations, and from the general public.
i. Conducting and preserving oral history interviews with the CG and other key military and civilian leaders in the command.
2-14. USAREUR LIAISON OFFICE, BERLIN
The USAREUR Liaison Office, Berlin, represents the CG in contacts with the German Federal Government, minister presidents, and state (Land) Government officials. The USAREUR Liaison Office, Berlin, is responsible for
a. Representing U.S. Forces on stationing issues with the U.S. Embassy and German Federal ministries and agencies residing predominantly in Berlin and Bonn.
b. Participating in country team meetings with the U.S. Ambassador to Germany, the Defense Coordination Committee (specifically, DOD activities in the Embassy), and the Embassy Emergency Action Committee.
c. Coordinating and facilitating negotiations with appropriate German civil and military authorities on requirements of other U.S. activities for labor, services, facilities, real estate, and supplies from Germany. These requirements must not conflict with AE Regulation 1-3.
d. Acting as the initial POC to German Federal ministries and the U.S. Embassy for questions regarding the NATO SOFA and Supplementary Agreement (SA) and the rights and responsibilities of the U.S. Forces in Germany (paras 14-5a and c).
e. Coordinating common issues with the Sending States Head of Mission as needed (para 5-8p).
f. Coordinating common issues and actions with United States Forces liaison officers (USFLOs) (para 5-8q).
2-15. USAREUR LIAISON OFFICE, HQDA
The USAREUR Liaison Office, HQDA, represents the CG, DCG, and senior staff officers to senior representatives of U.S. and foreign Government agencies in the National Capital Region (NCR), including DOD, JCS, unified commands, DA, Army service component commands, the U.S. Department of State, foreign embassies, and other agencies. The USAREUR Liaison Office, HQDA, is responsible for
a. Actively promoting USAREUR programs, plans, and initiatives through development of personal contacts and professional relationships with a variety of staffs and offices of importance to the command.
b. Attending key high-level and working group meetings within the Pentagon, coordinating issues, and closely monitoring developments affecting USAREUR to provide both USAREUR and agencies in the NCR with accurate and timely information.
c. Coordinating and tracking all formal and informal taskings.
d. Responding to verbal and written inquiries, and coordinating and facilitating information flow and staff actions to ensure they are completed in a timely and efficient manner.
e. Providing full administrative and logistic support to USAREUR senior staff members on TDY to the NCR. This includes developing itineraries, arranging for office calls and onsite briefings, and serving as an escort officer.
2-16. OFFICE OF THE FOREIGN POLICY ADVISER
The Office of the Foreign Policy Adviser is responsible for
a. Advising the CG on the foreign and security policy implications of USAREUR operations and activities.
b. Providing the CG national and international political information that may affect USAREUR operations and activities.
c. Assisting in the development of products and strategies for the CG’s engagement with Congress.
d. Assisting in preparing the CG for international engagements.
e. Representing the CG in dealings with U.S. embassies and the U.S. Department of State.
2-17. INTERNAL REVIEW AND AUDIT COMPLIANCE OFFICE
The IRACO provides audit support to the Command Group; HQ USAREUR/7A staff offices; and Headquarters, V Corps, and its assigned units. The IRACO supports USAREUR commanders by providing professional internal audit and analytical services; and objective, reliable, and timely information to help decision-makers make decisions that best support the USAREUR mission. The IRACO is responsible for inquiring into and reporting on matters affecting the performance of the mission (economy, efficiency, discipline, morale, esprit de corps, readiness) for HQ USAREUR/7A staff offices as well as activities and units in the USAREUR area of operations to include units on deployments when needed. The IRACO is responsible for
a. Supporting HQ USAREUR/7A by conducting audit services, performing liaison with external audit agencies, and providing oversight of internal review and audit compliance offices at USAREUR activities. Follow-up audits are performed as mandated by regulation.
b. Developing and obtaining approval of the command’s audit plan.
c. Conducting different types of audits based on management’s requirements (full scope, quick response, consult, and follow-up).
d. Participating and assisting in HQ USAREUR/7A initiatives (for example, Lean Six Sigma).
e. Coordinating audits by outside sources (for example, United States Government Accountability Office (GAO), Department of Defense Inspector General (DODIG), United States Army Audit Agency (USAAA), commercial firms) and advising the HQ USAREUR/7A staff on releasing information to these sources according to AE Regulation 36-1.
f. Formulating and issuing internal review policy throughout the Army in Europe.
g. Performing assistance and evaluation visits as required by AR 11-7.
h. Coordinating and assisting the USAREUR Management Control Process (MCP) administrator in executing the MCP according to AR 11-2 by identifying reportable material weaknesses, validating closure of previously reported material weaknesses, and actively participating in the MCP panel for reviewing internal control weaknesses provided by HQ USAREUR/7A staff offices, USAREUR MSCs, and other activities.
i. Providing a written assessment of the validity and accuracy of the USAREUR Annual Statement of Assurance according to regulatory guidance.
2-18. OFFICE OF THE SCIENCE ADVISER
The Office of the Science Adviser advises the CG on matters of scientific interest, including research and development initiatives that apply to USAREUR. The Science Adviser will
a. Provide expert technical advice to the CG.
b. Provide access to technical and scientific resources from the United States Army Materiel Command (AMC).
c. Be the “communications link” between Soldiers and the materiel-development community.
d. Demonstrate solutions for materiel problems to Soldiers in the field.
e. Provide professional growth opportunities for AMC scientists and engineers.
2-19. PRINCIPAL ASSISTANT RESPONSIBLE FOR CONTRACTING
a. The Principal Assistant Responsible for Contracting (PARC) is the primary adviser to the DCG, HQ USAREUR/7A staff offices, USAREUR MSCs, USAREUR specialized commands, HQ IMCOM-Europe, and garrisons for exercising contracting authority granted by the Federal Acquisition Regulations, DOD Federal Acquisition Regulations, Army Federal Acquisition Regulations Supplement, and other DOD directives. Specifically, the PARC is responsible for
(1) Helping USAREUR organizations and activities plan their contracting requirements from initiating the requirement through awarding the contract.
(2) Participating in the USAREUR requirements-review process and providing advice in defining and developing requirements.
(3) Providing professional, timely, and effective contracting support by negotiating, awarding, and administering contracts for USAREUR, IMCOM-Europe, and other agencies and organizations in the European theater.
(4) Preparing, coordinating, and publishing contracting policy for major functions (including acquisition and cross-servicing agreement (ACSA) and HN issues).
(5) Providing staff liaison on contracting issues that result from external audits, reviews, and inspections by the GAO, DODIG, USAAA, and United States Army Criminal Investigations Command, and USAREUR Inspector General (IG). The PARC initiates audit follow-up action to these audits, reviews, and inspections when required.
(6) Managing all litigation matters involving procurement actions. This includes protests before the GAO and Federal courts, contract disputes appealed to the Armed Services Board of Contract Appeals or the United States Court of Federal Claims, and any contract-related matter pending before a U.S. Federal court or court of a foreign jurisdiction.
(7) Managing the Contracting Officer’s Representative (COR) Training Program to ensure that each designated COR is fully trained and competent to handle all duties assigned by the contracting officer.
(8) Acting as implementer and administrator of the DA GPC Program in the European theater, including contingency sites.
(9) Being the executive agent for contracting in Bosnia and Herzegovina and Kosovo (as designated by USEUCOM).
(10) Providing motivated, trained, and deployable civilian personnel to support USAREUR and USEUCOM contingencies, peacekeeping-support operations, and exercises.
b. The PARC is also the
(1) Commander, USACCE.
(2) Commander, 409th Contracting Support Brigade (409th CSB), which is a subordinate unit of AMC’s Army Sustainment Command and is under the operational control (OPCON) of USAREUR. The 409th CSB provides theater contracting planning and contingency contracting support.
(a) The 409th CSB is capable of commanding one or more contracting battalions, each of which is capable of deploying multiple modular contracting teams, forming and controlling joint contracting offices, and exercising OPCON over all Army contracting teams deployed in theater.
(b) The 490th CSB commander is the Army commander’s contracting adviser, plans for and coordinates all contracting functions within a theater of operation, integrates plans with Army field support brigades, and coordinates execution of the theater contracting support plan by providing
1. Military contingency contracting teams, senior contingency contracting teams, contracting battalion headquarters, and the contracting brigade headquarters to support USAREUR and USEUCOM contingencies, peacekeeping-support operations, and exercises.
2. Contract planning for USAREUR and USEUCOM operation plans (OPLANs).
3. Operational C2 and supervision of all assigned and attached contracting elements.
4. Planning assistance to supported commands, HNs, and local procurement offices.
5. All contracting support for Army installations (in conjunction with the Army Contracting Agency).
2-20. HEADQUARTERS AND HEADQUARTERS COMPANY
The Commander, HHC, USAREUR, coordinates requirements for, plans provisions of, and supervises wartime base-support activities of HQ USAREUR/7A. These activities include logistic functions, personnel management, limited communications, and tactical and medical support. The Commander, HHC, USAREUR, executes operations to support deployments, FP, and reception to assigned and attached units located in or passing through the AOR. HHC is responsible for
a. Providing training and morale activities for headquarters personnel.
b. Providing scheduling and monitoring of weapon qualifications and familiarization on weapon ranges and sergeants time training.
c. Scheduling and overseeing Army physical fitness tests and weigh-ins; nuclear, biological, and chemical (NBC) protective equipment; and schooling for all Soldiers assigned to HQ USAREUR/7A.
d. Providing personnel services support on personnel management, personnel actions, and Soldier-assistance programs.
e. Providing food service, quartering, medical support, sanitation, and supplies for headquarters personnel.
f. Managing and monitoring the Retention (Reenlistment) Program by serving as program administrator and adviser in retention readiness and Soldier quality-of-life issues.
2-21. SAFETY DIVISION
The Safety Division implements the Army Safety and Occupational Health Program according to AR 385-10 and public laws. The Safety Division is responsible for ensuring safety and risk-management processes are included in the planning, guidance, and execution of operations. This is done by training personnel on risk management and hazard recognition, encouraging safe procedures and practices, monitoring operations, investigating accidents, and initiating accident-prevention measures where needed. The Safety Division is responsible for
a. Prescribing policy and procedures to protect U.S. Forces personnel by instilling hazard-identification and risk-management processes into all operations (including training, contingency, and war) and for off-duty activities.
b. Managing accident-prevention functional areas (aviation, explosives, Family and off-the-job, mission planning and execution, radiation, range, systems, and transportation) as well as analyzing and reporting accidents.
c. Advising the CG and the HQ USAREUR/7A staff on matters relating to safety, occupational health, accident prevention, and risk management. This includes serving as the command proponent for dangerous-goods driver training, dangerous-goods adviser training, and safety officer and noncommissioned officer training.
d. Providing Title 10 safety support to USAREUR-supported task forces and national support elements. This includes providing supplies and personnel.
e. Providing aviation, explosives, radiation, and systems safety support to IMCOM-Europe.
f. Providing the U.S. delegate to the NATO Ammunition Safety Transport Logistics Subgroup.
g. Providing the U.S. Army delegate to the NATO Air Board Aviation Safety Working Group.
h. Providing the USAREUR Dangerous Goods Advisor.
i. Representing USAREUR in the NATO Ammunition Safety Storage and Disposal Subgroup and the International Range Safety Group.
j. Co-chairing the U.S.-German Joint Range Safety Commission and the U.S.-German Explosives Safety Technical Working Group.
k. Coordinating with the respective safety and occupational health agencies in nations where USAREUR has a presence.
l. Advising managers; the Head Works Council (HWC), USAREUR; organizations; and commands (including IMCOM-Europe organizations and commands) on matters of safety and occupational health.
DEPUTY CHIEF OF STAFF, G1
3-1. DEPUTY CHIEF OF STAFF, G1
The USAREUR G1 advises the USAREUR Command Group, USEUCOM, HQ USAREUR/7A staff offices, and USAREUR commanders on military and civilian personnel policy and management, equal opportunity, employment programs, and warfighting and contingency plans to support military personnel, civilian employees, Family members, and retirees in the European theater. The G1 is responsible for
a. Representing the CG in all matters governed by the provisions of German law on labor relations and representing the CG as agency chief of the highest service authority in dealing with the HWC.
b. Establishing personnel policy and plans for future personnel-management needs.
c. Directing the administration of the Troop Care (TC), Analytical Support (AS), and Technical Expert (TE) Program under Articles 72 and 73 of the SA covering employees of U.S. Army contractors through the DOD Contractor Personnel Office (DOCPER) (para 3-3.4).
d. Planning, coordinating, and overseeing personnel-service support for USAREUR warfighting and contingency operations (CONOPS).
e. Developing and coordinating personnel-planning documents on strength maintenance, personnel service support, and other personnel-related functions.
f. Overseeing the Army Health Promotion Program in the European theater. This includes risk reduction for readiness, civilian fitness, Soldier deployment studies, urinalysis testing, substance-abuse prevention education, substance-abuse treatment, the Army Physical Fitness Program, and suicide prevention.
g. Providing staff supervision of the USAREUR Equal Opportunity Office (para 3-4), USAREUR Equal Employment Opportunity Office (para 3-5), and USAREUR Retention Office (para 3-7).
h. Providing command staff oversight of 1st Personnel Command and the 266th Finance Command.
3-2. MILITARY PERSONNEL AND PLANS DIVISION
The Military Personnel and Plans Division advises the G1 and other USAREUR leaders on matters pertaining to theater-level military personnel policy and on personnel planning aspects of contingency plans (CONPLANs), exercises, and deployments. The division is responsible for
a. Overseeing policy development and implementation of health-promotion and well-being programs, including Army values, sexual assault-prevention and response, Family readiness systems, suicide-prevention, and Army Substance Abuse Program (ASAP) to support Soldiers, civilian employees, and Family members assigned to USAREUR.
b. Developing and implementing HQ USAREUR/7A military personnel policy, related doctrine, and initiatives.
c. Evaluating and assessing personnel policy issues and developing, staffing, publishing, and monitoring the implementation of theater personnel policy.
d. Writing and coordinating personnel annexes to operation orders (OPORDs), CONPLANs, and OPLANs with DA, USEUCOM, HQ USAREUR/7A staff offices, USAREUR MSCs, and USAREUR specialized commands.
e. Serving as the “operations section” for the G1 and representing the G1 in the Crisis Action Center by
(1) Monitoring and reporting USAREUR casualties and deployment strength.
(2) Monitoring the deployment, redeployment, reintegration, and reconstitution of personnel.
(3) Monitoring the disposition of personnel affected by unit transformation actions (inactivation, relocation, return to CONUS).
(4) Overseeing and reviewing USAREUR personnel readiness.
f. Providing program management, execution, and coordination to support Junior Reserve Officers’ Training Corps personnel and activities in the European theater.
g. Conducting overall program management, orientation, and professional-development training of military personnel, and enforcing DOD and Army military personnel policy.
h. Serving as the principal staff proponent of the Army in Europe Retiree Council.
i. Providing advice and conducting research and analysis on transformation issues and how they relate to and affect personnel. This includes future programs and functions relevant to military and civilian personnel policy and management, personnel structure, and employment programs.
j. Supporting USAREUR and USEUCOM exercises as the subject-matter expert (SME) on personnel support, policy, administrative procedures, and MWR.
k. Supporting United States Central Command (CENTCOM) rest and recuperation (R&R) programs and executing R&R programs for personnel deployed to the Balkans.
l. Developing and maintaining websites for the G1 as they relate to personnel policy and programs.
m. Providing MWR support to CONOPS.
n. Providing morale and education support to Soldiers participating in CONOPS, humanitarian-assistance missions, exercises, training events, and any campaign for which USAREUR is the executive agent for Title 10.
3-3. CIVILIAN PERSONNEL DIRECTORATE
The Civilian Personnel Directorate (CPD) is responsible for
a. Directing the development of civilian personnel programs for USAREUR. This includes the following:
(1) Coordinating with the Office of the Assistant G-1, Civilian Personnel (AG-1(CP)), HQDA, for personnel services.
(2) Evaluating USAREUR’s execution of personnel management responsibilities (including civilian personnel programs for appropriated fund (APF) and nonappropriated fund (NAF) U.S. citizens, LN employees, and Civilian Support employees).
b. Negotiating with HN governments in the European theater.
c. Working with other Sending States forces (Belgium, Canada, France, the Netherlands, United Kingdom) as well as major German labor unions.
3-3.1. SUPPORT DIVISION
The Support Division provides strategic planning and coordination, operational and logistic support, and automation support. The division is responsible for
a. Providing workforce analyses to the CPD Director, the USAREUR G1, and heads of other USAREUR organizations to support and the track progress of global rebasing and restructuring (GR2) initiatives.
b. Overseeing and tracking the strategic planning process for CPD.
c. Managing the CPD strategic planning process and administering the CPD performance plan.
d. Supporting and providing advice on management-control programs.
e. Processing resource-management and procurement actions.
f. Analyzing and recommending current and future manpower requirements.
g. Providing automation support for maintaining and deploying CPD software and hardware, maintaining commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) and unique DOD and CPD systems, capturing required data to support CPD policy-development responsibilities, and providing systems security and help-desk support.
3-3.2. U.S. PERSONNEL PROGRAMS DIVISION
The U.S. Personnel Programs Division administers personnel programs related to allowances, benefits, compensation, employment, management-employee relations, priority placement, and training APF and NAF U.S. citizens and U.S. resident alien civilian employees in the European theater and for CONOPS in the Balkans. The division is responsible for
a. Developing U.S. APF and NAF civilian personnel policy, regulations, program requirements, and objectives.
b. Providing advice and assistance to the Civilian Personnel Operations Center (CPOC), civilian personnel advisory centers (CPACs), and NAF human resource offices on the implementation and interpretation of overseas-unique U.S. civilian personnel policy, regulations, and standards.
c. Managing all policy for the USAREUR Senior Executive Service (SES) Program.
d. Developing strategic plans for USAREUR civilian personnel programs. This includes the following:
(1) Coordinating workforce planning to meet mission and force-development requirements.
(2) Developing and coordinating civilian mobilization and other CONPLANs.
(3) Developing strategies for reshaping the force.
(4) Identifying future workforce requirements.
(5) Issuing guidance and policy that support leading and managing the workforce.
(6) Meeting changes in skill requirements, accession and retention, leader development, and succession planning.
(7) Planning for workforce changes.
(8) Projecting future capabilities.
(9) Providing civilian strength reports to USAREUR activities.
e. Participating in program evaluations of APF, NAF, and LN personnel programs.
f. Coordinating and participating in onsite reviews by third parties (for example, United States Army Civilian Personnel Evaluation Agency, Equal Employment Opportunity Commission).
g. Interpreting policy and regulatory guidelines on overseas-unique U.S.-citizen (APF and NAF) and U.S.-resident-alien (NAF) employment programs, NAF retirement and insurance, APF and NAF injury compensation programs, entitlements to foreign allowances and differentials, travel and transportation, and individual logistic support (including DODDS tuition-assistance entitlements).
h. Supporting the European theater by administering the DOD Program for the Stability of Civilian Employment (Priority Placement Program).
i. Overseeing the execution of the APF position-management and -classification program.
j. Providing direction and assistance to commands in implementing United States Office of Personnel Management and DA policy and regulations on job evaluation plans and structures, pay systems, and wages.
k. Managing the U.S. senior-level-position program.
l. Analyzing and evaluating conditions and trends in hours of work, leave, grievances and appeals, training and development, performance management, employee discipline and conduct, incentive awards, employee recognition, community relations, and drug and alcohol programs.
m. Coordinating with the Office of the Inspector General, HQ USAREUR/7A; the Congressional Inquiry Branch, Headquarters, 1st Personnel Command; and Freedom of Information Act offices on requests for release of official information.
o. Establishing policy for deployed DA APF and NAF civilian employees.
p. Providing guidance to the HQ USAREUR/7A staff offices and to deployed personnel specialists on civilian deployment issues.
q. Developing and administering the Command Incentive Awards Program.
r. Providing an executive secretary to the Incentive Awards Review Board (AE Reg 672-1).
3-3.3. INTERNATIONAL PERSONNEL PROGRAMS DIVISION
The International Personnel Programs Division establishes and maintains LN personnel programs in all European countries. This responsibility includes preparing for and supporting the CPD Joint Civilian Personnel Committee (JCPC) in negotiations with labor unions, HN governments, and other appropriate organizations and agencies. The division also serves as the POC for HN relations activities related to the civilian personnel field (including those outside LN personnel programs). In this capacity, the division prepares for and conducts international negotiations involving the hiring of U.S. citizens in Germany, accreditation of individuals as members of the civilian component under the NATO SOFA, and the effects of contracting and base closures on Länder and individual localities.
a. Through the JCPC, civilian personnel councils (CPCs), and NATO Sending States dealings, the division establishes employment conditions, benefits, pay, and allowances for employment systems in each country. The division also develops policy and a regulatory base for LN programs in Germany and is responsible for all command-level program operations in Germany (including OPCON over reductions in force and processing labor-court cases). The division has decision authority for all regulatory provisions and exceptions to these provisions. It conducts training for LN personnel specialists in all functional areas. This division’s responsibilities include the following:
(1) In Belgium, Bulgaria, Italy, the Netherlands, Romania, and the United Kingdom
(a) Developing policy on conditions of employment, salary, and benefits, as well as coordinating these policy positions with respective DOD components through JCPCs or CPCs (according to USEUCOM Dir 30-6), HN governments, and HN labor unions.
(b) Providing representatives on regular and ad hoc technical committees or workgroups and acting as the primary POC with in-country CNE-C6F, Navy Exchange System, USAFE, and AAFES officials when coordinating LN civilian personnel matters.
(2) In Germany
(a) Representing the G1 for civilian personnel matters at meetings of representatives of the Sending States forces, USEUCOM JCPCs and CPCs, German Government officials, and others as required to establish and coordinate LN personnel policy.
(b) Developing, revising, and maintaining the Collective Tariff Agreement II, other tariff agreements governing LN employment, and their implementing guidance. This includes identifying and drafting tariff agreement changes, developing a bargaining strategy, and representing U.S. Forces (under delegation from HQ USEUCOM) in meetings and negotiations with other Sending States forces, the German Federal Ministry of Finance (FMOF), and national-level trade unions.
(c) Developing policy and guidance for implementing the Bundespersonalvertretungsgesetz (BPersVG) (German Personnel Representation Law) and the Sozialgesetzbuch IX, Rehabilitation and und Teilhabe behinderter Menschen (German Social Security Code IX, Rehabilitation and Integration of Handicapped Persons).
(d) Being the POC for coordinating issues related to the Tarifvertrag vom 31. August 1971 zur sozialen Sicherung der Arbeitnehmer bei den Stationierungsstreitkräften im Gebiet der Bundesrepublik Deutschland (TASS) (Social Security Agreement of Employees of the Sending State Forces in the Federal Republic of Germany (Social Security Agreement)) with the FMOF by establishing procedures for the confirmation of TASS applicability in coordination with the FMOF and by ensuring established procedures are followed.
(e) Establishing policy and procedures for concluding annulment contracts with LN employees in Germany. This involves serving as the approving authority for all annulment contracts requested by USAREUR MSCs, USAREUR specialized commands, other Army activities, and non-Army activities serviced by the Civilian Human Resources Agency, Europe Region.
(f) Coordinating and participating in HQ USAREUR/7A-level workgroups on civilian personnel planning aspects of workforce changes, reorganizations, and contracting to ensure compliance with the BPersVG.
(g) Developing the policy position for JCPC meetings and coordinating with other DOD agencies and other Sending States forces.
(h) Developing policy for the following elements of the LN personnel management system:
1. Absence control.
2. Application of German labor and social laws.
3. Claims against employees.
4. Claims of employees against the employer.
5. Complaints, grievances, and labor disputes.
10. Intern management.
11. Overtime control.
12. Position management and classification.
13. Recruitment and placement.
14. Reduction in force.
15. Works-council relations and elections.
16. Severely handicapped employees representatives relations and elections.
(i) Developing and conducting or assisting in conducting technical training on all aspects of LN employment in Germany to ensure managers and personnel specialists are thoroughly familiar with requirements of LN personnel administration in Germany.
(j) Developing and maintaining a relationship with German labor unions and serving as the Army POC for them.
(k) Serving as the Army POC for the Foreign Forces Payroll Office (FFPO), Land, and Federal authorities on payroll policy and related issues.
(l) Coordinating aspects of the Administrative Agreement Implementing Article 56 with the FMOF.
(m) Conducting staff-assistance visits to give technical advice and to clarify and resolve complex LN personnel issues.
(3) In relation to the HWC
(a) Developing the framework for relations between the HWC and the CG.
(b) Assisting the CPD Director, who is the designated “representative of the highest authority,” when interacting with the HWC.
(c) Preparing and assisting in the preparation of requests for HWC cooperation and concurrence. This involves preparing and assisting in the preparation of final, binding decisions on personnel and organizational matters that are subject to HWC cooperation.
(d) Negotiating shop agreements with the HWC.
3-3.4. DOD CONTRACTOR PERSONNEL OFFICE
The DOCPER is the DOD executive agent for the Exchange of Notes on Articles 72 and 73 of the SA. Under the Exchange of Notes, the DOCPER makes determinations on SOFA-status accreditation for DOD contractor employees and coordinates its decisions with competent authorities in the various Länder. In addition, the DOCPER makes determinations on SOFA-status accreditation for DOD contractor employees and certain other civilian personnel in Italy in coordination with the U.S. Sending States Office for Italy. DOCPER is responsible for
a. Administering the AS, TC, and TE programs under Articles 72 and 73 of the NATO SOFA SA covering employees of DOD contractors in Germany, and administering the accreditation of DOD contractors and certain other civilian personnel in Italy.
b. Acting as the DOD executive agent in carrying out U.S. Forces responsibilities for administering and determining the accreditation of contracts and contractor personnel (Germany) and administering and determining the accreditation of contracts, contractor personnel, and certain other civilian personnel in Italy.
3-3.5. DEFENSE CIVILIAN PAY SYSTEM THEATER SUPPORT DIVISION
The Defense Civilian Pay System (DCPS) Theater Support Division performs duties related to payroll servicing by the Defense Finance Accounting Service (DFAS) using the DCPS. This division develops, implements, monitors, and evaluates programs and guidelines for the DCPS for the European theater and ensures civilian-pay management meets regulatory, payroll, and mission requirements. The DCPS Theater Support Division serves as the liaison between employees and managers, the CPOC, CPACs, and DFAS by resolving pay and leave discrepancies, ensuring access to the system is secure, timekeepers and supervisors are certified, and accounting classification data in DCPS is accurate. The DCPS Theater Support Division provides the following customer-service support for “A Fund” DA civilians throughout the European theater:
a. Timekeeping Services.
(1) Direct biweekly timekeeper input.
(2) Conduct onsite time-and-attendance and regulatory training for military and civilian managers, supervisors, and timekeepers throughout the European theater.
(3) Reinforce internal control measures.
(4) Provide software and system support.
b. Accounting Services.
(1) Establish accounting default values in DCPS.
(2) Enter accounting classification data for all accounts.
(3) Build accounting data at organization levels.
c. Pay and Personnel Inquires.
(1) Receive inquires concerning pay and personnel actions.
(2) Receive accounting classification inquires.
(3) Resolve pay issues (for example, Title 38, premium pays, lift-pay caps, overtime).
(4) Enter Savings Bonds and charity allotments; update Federal and State income-tax withholding information (W4); change mailing addresses; and update information on garnishments, special pay and allowances, advanced and restored leave balances, and military orders.
(5) Forward requests for waiver or remission of debts to appropriate offices.
d. Management Information. Distribute activity-level management information reports (for example, leave, overtime, compensatory-time, missing time cards).
e. System Analysis.
(1) Examine data in both the personnel and the payroll computer systems to identify individual and systemic problems.
(2) Control and maintain timekeeper database for approximately 1,800 timekeepers.
(3) Control accesses to DCPS.
3-4. EQUAL OPPORTUNITY OFFICE
The Equal Opportunity Office is responsible for
a. Advising the CG on equal opportunity issues.
b. Initiating policy and directives, analyzing trends, and developing training for Soldiers and equal opportunity advisers and program managers.
c. Monitoring and evaluating the Equal Opportunity Program in the European theater (including the Balkans).
d. Providing the Equal Opportunity Climate Assessment Survey to all company grade commands within 90 days after a new commander assumes command.
3-5. EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY OFFICE
The Equal Employment Opportunity Office (EEOO) is the principal adviser to the USAREUR Command Group and the HQ USAREUR/7A staff on civil and human rights and equal employment opportunity laws, regulations, and issues. The EEOO is responsible to the CG, but coordinates operations with the G1. The EEOO is responsible for
a. Providing program direction, management, and evaluation for USAREUR, and active leadership for obtaining full compliance with the letter and spirit of the Equal Employment Opportunity and Affirmative Employment Programs.
b. Providing policy and overseeing program execution for services provided by IMCOM-Europe equal employment opportunity offices. This oversight includes the following:
(1) Processing equal employment opportunity complaints.
(2) Providing special-emphasis programs.
(3) Coordinating equal employment opportunity training for senior leaders, managers, supervisors, and employees.
(4) Conducting climate surveys.
c. Managing the Affirmative Employment Program and Alternate Dispute Resolution Program.
d. Managing the equal employment opportunity complaints process for employees in CONOPS locations.
3-6. SUPPORT SERVICES DIVISION
The Support Services Division manages internal support operations in the Office of the Deputy Chief of Staff, G1. Specific division responsibilities include the following:
a. Managing internal automation programs.
b. Receiving and managing funds from the G8 for operational and manpower requirements.
c. Providing supply and logistic support to G1 staff elements.
d. Managing the G1 building, facilities maintenance, and building renovation projects.
e. Serving as the hand-receipt holder for G1 property.
f. Managing the personnel management program for G1 civilian personnel and liaison between managers, employees, the Heidelberg CPAC, the CPOC, and the DCPS to ensure accurate and timely information is reported. This includes processing timekeeping, pay, and personnel inquiries; RPAs; and hiring actions.
g. Managing the annual internal budget to accomplish G1 missions.
h. Managing and approving DTS-L for G1 division chiefs and CONUS travel for G1 personnel.
i. Managing Freedom of Information Act Program actions for the G1.
j. Keeping the G1 and Assistant G1 informed of significant activities.
k. Managing the G1 MCP.
l. Processing funding documents and analyzing requirements for current and future years.
m. Providing policy on budget and resource guidance.
3-7. RETENTION MANAGEMENT DIVISION
The Retention Management Division is responsible for
a. Advising the CG on all issues relating to the retention of Soldiers on active duty and the transition of Active Army Soldiers to the Reserve component.
b. Developing and maintaining a USAREUR plan to ensure the Army Retention Program continues at all levels of readiness (from garrison operations through full deployment).
c. Maintaining, evaluating, and publishing statistics on Army retention, Reserve component enlistment or transfer, and special program eligibles, missions, accomplishments, and projections. This responsibility includes providing advice and assistance to subordinate commands to do the same.
d. Providing at least the following retention guidance and assistance to subordinate commanders:
(1) Identification and reporting of retention-eligible Soldiers.
(2) “Fair share” mission-assignment policy.
(3) Statistical reporting and projection procedures.
(4) RETAIN report-reconciliation procedures.
(5) Additional training requirements for career counselors.
(6) Retention Incentive Awards Program.
e. Conducting annual staff-assistance visits and inspections to ensure organizations comply with AR 601-280 and Army in Europe policy and procedures.
f. Relieving or directing the relief of career counselors found unfit, unqualified, unable, or unwilling to perform duties, accomplish tasks or functions, fulfill responsibilities, or maintain high standards as prescribed by AR 601-280, chapter 9.
g. Ensuring all career counselors (including additional duty reenlistment NCOs) are
(1) Effectively assigned, trained, and used.
(2) Performing to prescribed standards.
(3) Accomplishing all missions in strict accordance with AR 601-280, chapter 9.
h. Conducting training conferences, seminars, and meetings for career counselors to train, review, discuss, and improve the Army Retention Program.
i. Establishing a USAREUR Retention Incentive Awards Program. This program is designed to concentrate on and enhance the CG’s ability to accomplish the Army’s retention mission and to recognize superior accomplishments and performance by subordinate commands and responsible individuals.
DEPUTY CHIEF OF STAFF, G2
4-1. DEPUTY CHIEF OF STAFF, G2
The USAREUR G2 is responsible for military intelligence. The G2
a. Develops plans, policy, and procedures for collecting, producing, and issuing intelligence.
b. Exercises staff supervision over organizations involved in collecting, producing, and issuing intelligence.
c. Oversees and monitors counterintelligence activities required for USAREUR security.
d. Exercises staff supervision over intelligence units assigned to or under the OPCON of USAREUR.
e. Develops and monitors intelligence concerning military-political events that affect the USAREUR AOR.
f. Provides policy, guidance, and oversight of liaison between USAREUR and other U.S. and non-U.S. intelligence and security agencies.
g. Provides staff supervision over the U.S. Air Force Staff Weather Office (SWO) (para 4-5).
4-2. OPERATIONS AND INTELLIGENCE DIVISION
The Operations and Intelligence Division
a. Provides intelligence to the USAREUR Command Group, the HQ USAREUR/7A staff, and other organizations throughout the USAREUR AOR.
b. Provides direction to the USAREUR Analysis and Control Element, 66th Military Intelligence Group.
c. Provides intelligence support to the USAREUR Force Protection and Information Operations Programs.
d. Coordinates all USAREUR intelligence requirements with theater and national agencies.
e. Represents the G2 on intelligence-analysis and production matters with U.S. and foreign headquarters.
f. Executes USAREUR intelligence-exchange programs with Allied military intelligence organizations.
g. Provides intelligence support and coordinates military intelligence “sourcing” strategy for CONOPS in the USAREUR AOR.
h. Coordinates with and advises the G3 on intelligence-related resource taskings (for example, personnel and systems in theater).
i. Is responsible for tracking standing individual augmentation requirements on intelligence portions of the Defense Manning Document.
j. Supervises the daily duties and responsibilities of the G2 Watch Liaison Officer.
k. Maintains a close relationship with USEUCOM and the Joint Analysis Center, and participates in analyst-to-analyst exchanges.
l. Ensures analysts maintain and enhance their functional and geographic expertise through professional development, research, and travel opportunities.
m. Has the following branches:
(1) Combating Terrorism Branch.
(2) Eurasia Branch.
(3) Middle East/Africa Branch.
(4) Operations Branch.
4-3. PLANS AND ARCHITECTURES DIVISION
The Plans and Architectures Division
a. Is responsible for all intelligence planning in USAREUR to support both warfighting and transformation requirements.
b. Is responsible for developing, designing, implementing, and operating USAREUR’s intelligence architecture and organizational structure for peace, crises, and war.
c. Prepares intelligence plans, annexes, and appendixes to support USAREUR OPLANs and CONPLANs.
d. Plans and coordinates USAREUR intelligence-system interfaces with NATO and coalition countries.
e. Monitors and coordinates intelligence organizational and equipment authorizations, the operational readiness and stationing of intelligence units, and the fielding of intelligence-electronic warfare systems for USAREUR.
f. Integrates current and future intelligence capabilities into DOD, DA, and USEUCOM transformation plans.
g. Develops and coordinates USAREUR intelligence training policy and programs.
h. Plans and directs intelligence participation in exercises.
i. Coordinates the development of concepts and doctrine for intelligence, reconnaissance, and surveillance systems.
j. Participates in staff war-gaming to portray the threat picture, develops courses of action, defines intelligence concepts, and develops and validates intelligence capability requirements to support OPLANs and CONPLANs.
k. Monitors readiness and training of intelligence units and capabilities in USAREUR.
l. Provides input to readiness products, including the Joint Quarterly Readiness Report, Army Strategic Readiness System, and USAREUR Readiness and Analysis briefings.
m. Develops, implements, and monitors G2-related contract vehicles.
n. Has the following branches:
(1) Intelligence Architecture Branch.
(2) Network Operations Branch.
(3) Plans Branch.
4-4. SPECIAL ACTIVITIES DIVISION
The Special Activities Division
a. Provides staff supervision, coordination, and guidance in the development, planning, coordination, and execution of the following:
(1) Counterintelligence/human intelligence activities, including counterterrorism investigations.
(2) Foreign liaison, including management and oversight of the USAREUR Military Liaison Office Program.
(3) Intelligence oversight for all USAREUR units.
(4) Security issues, including policy development and training.
(5) Sensitive USAREUR intelligence operations and investigations.
(6) COMSEC management for the theater.
(7) Sensitive compartmented information facility (SCIF) certification for the theater.
(8) Foreign disclosure policy and management.
(9) Tactical counterintelligence/human intelligence management, policy, and training.
b. Is responsible for budget execution and managing and monitoring the expenditures of the National Foreign Intelligence Program and other intelligence resources.
c. Oversees the expenditures of intelligence contingency funds and incentive supplies expenditures for both deployed units and military liaison officers (LOs) in USAREUR.
d. Has the following branches:
(1) G2X Branch.
(2) Liaison Branch.
(3) Security Branch.
4-5. STAFF WEATHER OFFICE
The SWO is USEUCOM’s land component weather focal point and is staffed by Air Force personnel attached to HQ USAREUR/7A. The SWO serves as a division under the staff supervision of the G2. The head of this division is also the commander of the Air Force’s 7th Weather Squadron. The SWO
a. Is responsible for planning, providing, and directing wartime, contingency, exercise, and routine weather support to USAREUR.
b. Operates, trains, and equips seven geographically separate battlefield weather teams that directly support HQ USAREUR/7A, V Corps, 1st Armored Division, 12th Combat Aviation Brigade, and the United States Army Southern European Task Force (USASETAF).
DEPUTY CHIEF OF STAFF, G3
OFFICE OF THE G3
5-1. DEPUTY CHIEF OF STAFF, G3
The USAREUR G3 oversees and manages operations for HQ USAREUR/7A. The G3 is responsible for the following:
a. Planning, programming, and managing operational activities. This includes setting priorities for operational actions for which HQ USAREUR/7A is responsible.
b. Serving as the principal staff adviser to the CG, DCG, and CofS.
c. Directing, coordinating, and supervising the G3 staff.
d. Maintaining continuous coordination with HQDA and other major U.S. headquarters (including USEUCOM, United States Army Forces Command (FORSCOM), and United States Army Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC)), and liaison with HN governments, NATO military authorities, and forward-deployed operational commands.
e. Executing the CG’s intent through oversight of approved USAREUR and Army in Europe operating policy.
f. Developing and focusing future goals and action plans to establish a clear vision for USAREUR transformation in support of Army transformation.
g. Overseeing HN relations across the U.S. Army AOR in Europe.
h. Providing policy, guidance, staff supervision, and coordination for the Army in Europe Antiterrorism/Force Protection (AT/FP) Program.
i. Overseeing the operations and maintenance portion of the USAREUR budget to provide training and sustain combat readiness. This includes providing oversight and direction for CONOPS, the Global War on Terrorism (GWOT), and base funding.
j. Supervising contingency planning, force modernization, training, deployments, and support to assigned forces.
k. Overseeing and directing the development of plans for and implementation of USAREUR security cooperation.
l. Exercising OPCON over the following:
(1) Seventh United States Army Joint Multinational Training Command (JMTC). The JMTC is responsible for training policy, analysis, combat development, simulations, and liaison with TRADOC, HQDA, the Bundeswehr, and other allies.
(2) 7th ARCOM. The 7th ARCOM is responsible for training, supplying, sustaining, and mobilizing 22 Army Reserve troop program units (TPUs) and Soldiers based in Germany and Italy.
(3) British, German, and Polish Army Forces Command LOs. These LOs coordinate military matters of mutual support and interest with their respective headquarters and perform miscellaneous USAREUR tasks as directed.
(4) USAREUR LOs to HQ USAFE. These LOs provide ground-team support to USAFE units, to the Combined Air Operations School, and for airlift operations.
5-2. AVIATION DIVISION
The Aviation Division is the theater proponent for coordinating and integrating theaterwide Army aviation operations and initiatives and for developing and implementing aviation policy and procedures. The Aviation Division is responsible for
a. Assessing aircraft readiness in relation to USAREUR operations.
b. Coordinating and managing theater aviation taskings.
c. Coordinating the aviation support of echelon-above-corps units.
d. Assisting the Force Management Division (para 5-5) in the fielding and stationing of aviation systems.
e. Coordinating airspace and airfield issues with HNs, the German Federal Ministry of Defense, the German Air Force Office, and IMCOM-Europe.
f. Coordinating all foreign national flight approvals, spouse travel, and USAREUR participation in air shows and other public affairs events.
g. Coordinating aviation issue with JCS, USEUCOM, DOD, HQDA, and the USAREUR Safety Division (para 2-21).
h. Supervising the USAREUR Centralized Aviation Scheduling Office, Army Flight Operations Detachment, and USAREUR Aviation Safety and Standardization Detachment.
i. Exercising operational control of the 214th Aviation Regiment.
j. Being the office of primary responsibility for unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) management.
k. Coordinating theater aviation logistics with the G4, including management of the Aviation Contractor Field Team maintenance contract.
l. Providing 24-hour aviation expertise and representation to the USAREUR Crisis Action Team.
5-3. BATTLE COMMAND SUPPORT DIVISION
The Battle Command Support Division (BCSD) provides battle command (BC) C2 networks and support and commander’s situational awareness in the common operational picture (COP) through blue force tracking (BFT). This division oversees, leads, and manages the theater BC network infrastructure, including strategic planning, process engineering, performance management, acquisition, capital planning and investment, IA and security, technical architectures and infrastructure, policy development, and technology assessment. These responsibilities include all G3 BC information systems (ISs); the Global Command and Control System (GCCS) and Global Command and Control System-Army (GCCS-A); satellite-based situational awareness BFT for the Commander, USEUCOM; and coordinating support for digital-systems engineers who handle technical issues for Army BC systems. The division is responsible for
a. Providing BC C2 services and support for the G3 (including the USAREUR Operations Center and theater C2 operations) and Internet homepages.
b. Developing G3 Internet policy and procedures.
c. Planning for centralized C2 and Force XXI Battle Command Brigade and Below (FBCB2) software replication, systems maintenance and sustainment, and storage and distribution of software.
d. Support USAREUR MSCs with technical BC solutions and provide onsite BC training and preparation for theater-level exercises.
e. Developing BC C2 automation maintenance and operations policy and procedures.
f. Managing the G3’s BC C2 automation technical architecture.
g. Developing and managing the maintenance contract for the G3’s local area network (LAN) and wide area network (WAN) hardware and software.
h. Conducting systems engineering and analyses for current and future solutions not provided by other theater infostructures.
i. Developing and providing detailed information about needed materials and tracking procurement of those materials.
j. Developing courseware and materials and delivering technical training to support theaterwide GCCS and GCCS-A.
k. Managing accountability of the G3’s ISs and related equipment.
l. Managing the planning and carrying out of high-level BC C2 initiatives, such as the USAREUR Bosnia Digitization Initiative and related BFT transitions.
m. Managing the G3’s supplies and facilities.
n. Providing self-service supply center support to distribute BC C2 equipment to 7 countries and 62 service centers.
o. Managing and overseeing BC C2 IA and security policy development, implementation, and adherence for all assigned ISs.
p. Providing BC C2 requirements and DOD security needs to CONUS program managers (PMs) and DOD Secret and below interoperability approval groups (which directly approve BFT theater operations).
q. Providing secure communications systems to the G3 and the G3 staff as well as operational oversight and management of telecommunications resources that support HQ USAREUR/7A.
r. Scheduling HQ USAREUR/7A VTCs and supporting tactical VTC requirements.
5-4. EXERCISE DIVISION
The Exercise Division is responsible for the following:
a. Training USAREUR MSCs, joint task forces (JTFs), allies, and friendly-nation forces to execute
(1) Title 10 missions.
(2) Joint Strategic Capability Plan (JSCP) missions.
(3) Regional combatant commander theater strategies.
(5) Functional plans (FUNCPLANs).
b. Supporting other regional component commanders, NATO, and Partnership for Peace (PfP) missions; bilateral agreements and treaty missions; and other contingency missions as assigned by the JCS or USEUCOM commander.
c. Planning, designing, organizing, staffing, directing, funding, controlling, assessing, and reporting on complex exercises (for example, stability and security operations, humanitarian relief operations, noncombatant evacuation operations (NEO), major theater-of-war operations).
d. Planning and designing USEUCOM and USAREUR exercises to ensure training objectives of USAREUR MSCs support mission-essential task list (METL) readiness requirements.
e. Ensuring training for JTF headquarters is conducted according to
(1) Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Manual (CJCSM) 3500.03B.
(2) USEUCOM Directive 55-11.
(3) USEUCOM Directive 55-29.
(4) USEUCOM Directive 55-41.
(5) USEUCOM annual training guidance.
(6) AR 350-1.
(7) TRADOC Regulation 350-50-3.
(8) AE Regulation 350-1.
(9) USAREUR annual training guidance.
f. Developing and managing the USAREUR theater-exercise program, which turns the CG’s vision and guidance into joint, Title 10, NATO, bilateral, power-projection, and theater missile defense (TMD) exercises.
g. Developing the USAREUR annual power-projection program to exercise and train USAREUR power-projection forces and capabilities.
h. Planning, coordinating, and tasking USAREUR MSC participation in NATO exercise programs.
i. Ensuring the USAREUR theater-exercise program integrates and supports USEUCOM security-cooperation strategy directives, priorities, and guidance.
5-5. FORCE MANAGEMENT DIVISION
The Force Management Division plans, develops, coordinates, and gains approval for all force-structure initiatives for USAREUR MSCs and USAREUR specialized commands. The division is responsible for
a. Reviewing, analyzing, and recommending changes to USAREUR modification table of organization and equipment (MTOE) force structures.
b. Participating in Total Army Analysis (TAA) requirements and resourcing phases.
c. Reviewing Force Design Update initiatives.
d. Conducting force-validation reviews before new MTOE effective dates.
e. Analyzing unit status reports and recommending possible documentation changes to correct readiness problems.
f. Ensuring TDA documentation is consistent with HQDA and HQ USAREUR/7A guidance.
g. Coordinating fielding agreements and fielding budgets to support system fieldings.
h. Developing, briefing, and submitting USAREUR command positions on force accounting, manpower, and joint initiatives.
i. Assessing and reporting unit readiness.
j. Coordinating the USAREUR input to and reviews of joint doctrine publications.
k Preparing, analyzing, and coordinating CONPLAN submissions for new or revised force structures in theater.
l. Being the chief proponent of the USEUCOM Joint Coordination and Integration Group (JCIG) and Integrated Priority List (IPL) processes. This includes coordinating with appropriate HQ USAREUR/7A staff offices and providing a consolidated response to USEUCOM.
5-6. GLOBAL REBASING AND RESTRUCTURING DIVISION
The GR2 Division assists the G3 in developing and defining goals and plans to establish a clear vision for USAREUR transformation. This division coordinates all aspects of rebasing, restructuring, inactivating, and returning USAREUR forces to CONUS to achieve the desired Army transformation and USAREUR endstate. The division is responsible for
a. Coordinating and implementing strategies, plans, and orders to support Army in Europe transformation actions.
b. Coordinating USAREUR actions required by the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Instruction (CJCSI) 2300.02 leading up to HN notifications for transformation actions.
c. Conceptualizing and acting on stationing matters to increase the efficiency and effectiveness of organizations and operations seeking to reduce operating costs while maintaining high quality-of-life standards.
d. Prioritizing military construction (MILCON) projects and coordinating actions to clear installations projected for closure and return to the HN.
5-7. ANTITERRORISM DIVISION
The AT Division provides overall supervision of the USAREUR AT Program and Consequence Management Program (CMP). The AT Division also coordinates the planning and execution of AT operations throughout the USAREUR AOR, including forces deployed to the Balkans, JTF-East, and other contingency locations. The AT Division is responsible for
a. Coordinating AT issues with USEUCOM, USEUCOM components, HQDA, other higher and lateral Army organizations, USAREUR MSCs, IMCOM-Europe, and USAGs.
b. Developing AT strategies and objectives for the Army in Europe; and developing, coordinating, and evaluating AT policy and procedures to ensure they are consistent with DOD, HQDA, and HQ USEUCOM directives and instructions.
c. Serving as the proponent for AE Regulation 525-13.
d. Establishing procedures to require personnel deploying to, from, or through the USAREUR AOR to comply with applicable AT instructions and conduct predeployment AT vulnerability assessments, planning, and training.
e. Organizing, coordinating, and conducting USAREUR Antiterrorism Executive Committee and USAREUR AT Working Group meetings. The AT Division chairs the USAREUR AT Working Group.
f. Conducting higher headquarters vulnerability assessments, AT program reviews, staff-assistance visits, and observing all USAG AT full-scale exercises (FSXs) and evaluating selected FSXs.
g. Implementing USAREUR’s process to raise and lower force-protection condition (FPCON) levels based on terrorist-threat information or guidance from higher headquarters.
h. Monitoring AT training, managing and scheduling personnel for the AT Level IV courses, conducting USAREUR pre-command AT training, facilitating the scheduling and conduct of AT Level II training, and developing and coordinating other courses as required.
i. Validating and prioritizing AT funding requirements, and providing input to the USAREUR Program Objective Memorandum (POM) for Schedule 75 Funds (in coordination with the G3, USAREUR Provost Marshal, G8, and IMCOM-Europe resource management offices).
j. Administering the USAREUR Core Vulnerability Assessment Management Program (CVAMP) data and ensuring that it includes all vulnerability assessment results; and collecting, evaluating, and submitting requirements through CVAMP for funding with Combating Terrorism Readiness Initiative Funds and other sources.
k. Managing the USAREUR AT Deviation Program for standards and requirements other than MILCON; and forwarding MILCON deviation requests to HQ USEUCOM after coordination with IMCOM-Europe or the USAREUR Deputy Chief of Staff, Engineer (DCSENGR) (as appropriate), review by the G3, and approval of the recommendation by the DCG or CofS.
l. Managing and implementing the USAREUR CMP as it relates to consequence-management (CM) plans, training, exercises, evaluations, assessments, and response requirements to chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear, and high-yield explosives (CBRNE) incidents throughout the USAREUR AOR. Directing and coordinating the USAREUR CMP as it relates to national, DOD, JCS, DA, USEUCOM, and USAREUR guidance.
m. Maintaining a list of USAREUR critical facilities.
n. Serving as the G3 coordinating element for all matters involving contract security guards.
5-8. INTERNATIONAL OPERATIONS DIVISION
The International Operations Division supports USAREUR’s mission of “providing and employing trained and ready forces to promote and advance the interests of the United States” by developing, managing, and implementing theater security-cooperation activities that favorably shape the security environment, assure access, and enhance interoperability throughout the USEUCOM AOR. The International Operations Division is responsible for
a. Coordinating and implementing strategy, policy, and executable plans and OPORDs to support
(1) Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD) and USEUCOM security-cooperation priorities.
(2) The USAREUR security-cooperation goals and objectives.
b. Providing political-military advice and input to the Command Group, HQ USAREUR/7A staff offices, and deploying units.
c. Coordinating with JMTC and various countries for military-to-military training events; coordinating and supporting the Joint Contact Team Program, NATO PfP, and U.S.-sponsored “In The Spirit of PfP Exercises,” and facilitating coordination for training in countries where U.S. Forces are not stationed.
d. Providing USAREUR HN-relations strategy. This strategy
(1) Provides guidance on conducting HN-related security-cooperation events.
(2) Facilitates coordination with HN officials involved in FP, stationing, training, and deployment issues.
(3) Serves as the link between LO networks and HQ USAREUR/7A and the POC for political-military issues between USAREUR and HNs in the USAREUR AOR.
e. Serving as the executive agent for political-military forums, such as the Host Nations Relations Advisory Council, Germany Sovereignty and Stationing Working Group, Italy Sovereignty and Stationing Working Group, and Sending States Forces.
f. Providing policy guidance to Government-relations assets throughout USAREUR.
g. Planning, coordinating, and preparing USAREUR senior officer engagements.
h. Executing arms-control and confidence- and security-building measures agreements and treaties as well as related training events.
i. Ensuring units and installations in the USAREUR AOR understand and comply with their obligations under arms-control treaties and agreements to which the United States is a signatory.
j. Developing command policy for arms-control implementation and compliance.
k. Developing and implementing arms-control training programs and other related events.
l. Planning and implementing senior leader contact programs.
m. Developing the CG’s visitation strategy.
n. Researching current political-military issues and preparing concise read-aheads and talking points for the CG and other senior leaders to use in senior military-to-military contacts.
o. Maintaining contacts and dialogue with embassy country teams and counterparts at USEUCOM; the Directorate of Strategy, Plans, and Policy and Joint/International Affairs, Office of the Deputy Chief of Staff, G-3 (DAMO-SS), HQDA; CNE-C6F; and USAFE.
p. Providing executive agent representation as the U.S. Sending State Head of Mission, coordinating with other Sending States Forces (Belgium, Canada, France, the Netherlands, and United Kingdom) on common stationing issues and initiatives with Germany, and advising and assisting the U.S. Sending State U.S. Forces commander (DCG).
q. Overseeing the USFLOs. The USFLOs
(1) Represent the U.S. Forces on stationing issues with the Länder and regional Federal Government agencies, as well as with respective U.S. consulates.
(2) Maintain positive relationships at the Land level in accordance with the cooperation and liaison requirements in Article 3 of the SA.
(3) Initiate coordination, chair, and facilitate negotiations with appropriate Land and regional Federal civil and military authorities on requirements of other U.S. activities for labor, services, facilities, real estate, and supplies from Germany. These requirements must not conflict with AE Regulation 1-3.
(4) Initiate negotiations with Land Governments on matters related to German-granted rights, privileges, and immunities that affect the U.S. Forces, their members, members of the civilian component, and Family members.
(5) Coordinate with regional consulates; DOD; the USAREUR Liaison Officer, Berlin; HQ USAREUR/7A, IMCOM-Europe, and HQ USAFE staff offices; and Land and regional Federal activities on items in (3) and (4) above.
5-9. OPERATIONS DIVISION
The Operations Division coordinates, directs, and conducts operations throughout the USAREUR AOR in support of the United Nations (U.N.), NATO, joint, and combined operations. The division responds to requests for unit and personnel taskings that support contingency, peace, and stability operations; requests for bands and equipment; and requests for movement of personnel and equipment to support CONOPS. The Operations Division is responsible for
a. Providing the CG with timely, accurate, and critical information about operations in the USEUCOM AOR on a 24-hour basis.
b. Managing CONOPS personnel requirements and taskings.
c. Validating, coordinating, and directing support taskings (including USAREUR band taskers and mission-rehearsal exercises throughout the USAREUR AOR).
d. Providing the CG accurate and timely information on, and control of, unit and non-unit movements.
e. Directing and coordinating movements according to operational requirements.
f. Serving as the operations POC in the USAREUR Operations Center.
g. Serving as the USAREUR POC for personnel recovery.
h. Processing and issuing
(1) Incoming and outgoing operational messages.
(2) JCS and HQ USEUCOM executive agency C2 orders.
(3) Theater ballistic missile defense warnings.
(4) Politically sensitive treaty-verification inspections and USAREUR emergency readiness exercise notifications.
5-10. PLANS DIVISION
The Plans Division assists the G3 and CG in initial mission analyses, course-of-action development, and planning of operations throughout the theater to achieve unity of effort and ensure coordination of operations. This includes responsibility for developing campaign plans, CONPLANs, and OPLANs; strategic analyses; information operations (IO); and force-deployment policy. The Plans Division is responsible for
a. Analyzing and developing plans to deal with crises and CONOPS missions, and providing oversight of all aspects of USAREUR CONOPS. This includes administration, C2, contracting, financial management, logistics, MILCON, and personnel.
b. Overseeing the USAREUR battle staff and representing USAREUR on USEUCOM joint planning and operational planning groups.
c. Conducting JSCP-directed operations planning, mission analyses, and plan development.
d. Conducting mobilization planning and Reserve component integration into USAREUR plans.
e. Managing USAREUR CM planning.
f. Determining organizational structure for USAREUR C2 elements required to execute current and future operations.
g. Analyzing missions and developing plans for future operations.
h. Developing and revising USAREUR goals, objectives, priorities, mid- and long-range strategic analyses, and plans.
i. Establishing or validating capability requirements to meet USAREUR peacetime, crisis, and wartime missions, and converting these requirements into quantifiable resource priorities.
j. Analyzing and applying the following to USAREUR planning efforts:
(1) National and joint strategy and policy.
(2) Theater strategy.
k. Providing staff expertise on multinational forces and formations.
l. Managing USAREUR participation in special studies or programs that affect strategy, plans, policy, and resource allocation over the mid- to long-term, such as the Unified Command Plan, the Quadrennial Defense Review, NATO force-structure reviews, multinational formations, IPLs, and joint operational concepts.
m. Synchronizing USAREUR-level planning calendars to provide a single product that identifies and facilitates deconfliction (when required) for operations, exercises, force management and modernization, training, and resource management.
n. Providing USAREUR capability to collect, analyze, store, retrieve, and issue lessons learned from USAREUR operations and training events in accordance with joint and Army regulations.
o. Providing USAREUR commanders and HQ USAREUR/7A staff offices access to lessons learned from past operations, exercises, and other events.
p. Analyzing, coordinating, and planning MTOE and ad hoc unit sourcing requirements to support USEUCOM internal requirements in the context of the global force-management (GFM) process.
q. Ensuring all rotational and emerging-force requirements are conveyed to USEUCOM in a timely manner to inform the GFM process. This includes coordinating with the USAREUR battle staff and USAREUR MSCs to ensure accurate data (global force pool) is provided to FORSCOM.
r. Developing deployment policy and plans, including representing the Army component for time-phased force deployment data (TPFDD) development and overseeing Joint Operations Planning and Execution System (JOPES) automation management and training.
s. Coordinating TPFDD guidance with USEUCOM and other combatant commands to enable the efficient development of deployment plans. The Plans Division will coordinate with the Operations Division (para 5-9) to ensure deployments are carried out as planned.
t. Executing the command operations security (OPSEC) program; conducting special technical operations planning; and overseeing USAREUR-wide IO planning, manning, execution, and structure in the USEUCOM AOR.
u. Providing the G3 input to the command history.
5-11. OPERATIONS RESEARCH AND SYSTEMS ANALYSIS CELL
The Operations Research and Systems Analysis Cell provides analytical support to HQ USAREUR/7A staff officers and USAREUR commanders. This cell is responsible for
a. Providing quantitative and statistical analyses.
b. Developing interactive, automated decision-support tools to evaluate operational and training requirements.
c. Providing tools, training, and assistance to customers for assessing the effect of management and resource decisions on capabilities and the advancement and improvement of command processes and procedures.
d. Participating as core or supplemental members of USEUCOM-directed operations and exercises according to USEUCOM Directive 55-11.
5-12. TRAINING RESOURCE MANAGEMENT DIVISION
The Training Resource Management Division is responsible for
a. Providing advice on theater operational requirements to the G3 and program activity directors.
b. Formulating, justifying, and prioritizing the USAREUR budget by using the 1-N list.
c. Using the training resource module (TRM) and providing input to HQDA and HQ USAREUR/7A for POM development and planning.
d. Analyzing and managing the TRM and submitting changes to DA.
e. Monitoring Flying Hour Program usage and Tank Mile Program usage in the European theater and reporting execution of these programs to the Army G-3.
f. Developing, justifying, defending, and executing budgets for G3 support of JCS exercises, CONOPS, and the GWOT.
g. Coordinating theater funding matters for changes in budget, programming, and unfinanced requirements.
h. Conducting a mid-year review of the theater requirements and coordinating these with the G8.
i. Developing and implementing budget policy and procedures to ensure efficient stewardship of resources.
j. Managing the G3 budget and controlling funds.
k. Managing, training, and administering DTS-L.
l. Managing the manpower (civilian and officer personnel) and management-control program.
m. Reviewing, approving, and processing RPAs for civilian employees who work in G3 offices.
n. Monitoring and administering payroll input, usage, and control-access to the DCPDS.
o. Managing the audit program for all audit activities that include the G3 (for example, GAO, USAAA).
5-13. 19TH BATTLEFIELD COORDINATION DETACHMENT
a. The 19th Battlefield Coordination Detachment (19th BCD)
(1) Represents the Army forces (ARFOR) commander to the joint forces air component commander (JFACC).
(2) Is the Army liaison to the air operations center (AOC) or the component designated by the joint force commander to plan, coordinate, and deconflict air operations.
(3) Processes Army air-support requests, monitors and interprets the land-battle situation for the AOC, and exchanges current intelligence and operational data between the two Services (FM 100-13).
b. The 19th BCD is a deployable MTOE organization attached to the G3 and aligned with the 603d Falconer Air and Space Operations Center at Ramstein Airbase. It supports operations throughout the USEUCOM AOR. The 19th BCD is responsible for
(1) Providing collective training and readiness to meet worldwide deployment requirements.
(2) Facilitating the integration and synchronization of joint fires and effects in support of land component operations.
(3) Coordinating joint intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR) operations to support land components.
(4) Training, equipping, and coordinating operations for three ground liaison detachments.
(5) Ensuring ground liaison teams provide the vital coordination link between supported ground combat units and supporting aircrews.
(6) Coordinating integration of air and ground operations in the areas of air and missile defense, offensive air operations (close-air support, aerial reconnaissance and air interdiction), electronic warfare, ISR support, target acquisition and development, and theater airlift support.
(7) Processing Army requests for tactical air support, monitoring and interpreting the land-battle situation for the JFACC, and providing for the exchange of current intelligence and operational data.
(8) Integrating ARFOR operational requirements into the air tasking order (ATO) development process, coordinating ARFOR immediate air support requests, and monitoring the execution of the current ATO.
(9) Advising USAFE personnel and staff officers on Army capabilities, operations, and functions, and, when required, performing liaison functions.
5-14. EXTENDED AIR DEFENSE TASK FORCE
The Extended Air Defense Task Force plans, coordinates, and provides liaison for U.S.-Dutch-German combined air defense activities, training exercises, and interoperability tests. On order, the Task Force assumes mission-related C2 functions or augments an extended air defense organization. The Extended Air Defense Task Force is responsible for
a. Improving U.S.-Dutch-German cooperation utilization of these nations’ air defense resources.
b. Enhancing cooperation in combined air and missile defense training, interoperability, and combined exercises.
c. Identifying expanded combined air and missile defense opportunities.
d. Acting as the executive agent for oversight of the Patriot-Roland Agreement.
e. Advising the G3 on matters related to air defense.
5-15. DEPUTY CHIEF OF STAFF FOR MOBILIZATION AND RESERVE AFFAIRS
The Deputy Chief of Staff for Mobilization and Reserve Affairs is responsible for
a. Serving as the SME for Reserve component issues.
b. Directly supervising the operations of the Army Reserve Support Division and the Senior Army National Guard Adviser Office (paras 5-16 and 5-17).
c. Coordinating and managing the mobilization of USAREUR drilling individual mobilization augmentees (DIMAs).
d. Conducting direct coordination with the Office of the Director of the Army National Guard; Office of the Chief, Army Reserve; the United States Army Reserve Command; and the Director of Mobilization and Reserve Affairs at USEUCOM.
e. Representing the Chief, Army Reserve, to USAREUR and sponsoring the Army Reserve European Council of Colonels initiative. This responsibility applies when the position of Deputy Chief of Staff for Mobilization and Reserve Affair is filled by an Army Reserve general officer.
f. Overseeing the active Guard and Reserve force in USAREUR.
g. Overseeing the USAREUR DIMA Program.
h. Managing USAREUR’s active duty for training and active duty for special work programs.
i. Helping the G3 manage Reserve component support for CONOPS.
j. Providing support to the USAREUR Crisis Action Team during periods of high operating tempo (OPTEMPO).
k. Deploying as ordered to serve as commander of a given unit’s rear command.
5-16. ARMY RESERVE SUPPORT DIVISION
The mission of the Army Reserve Support Division is to integrate Army Reserve capabilities into USAREUR training, operation, and mission-sustainment requirements. The Army Reserve Support Division is responsible for
a. Providing guidance on using U.S. Army Reserve assets effectively to the CG, DCG, CofS, HQ USAREUR/7A staff officers, and USAREUR MSCs.
b. Developing, reviewing, and coordinating staffing actions on plans, policy, and programs affecting the Army Reserve to ensure assets and capabilities are included to meet operational and strategic-mission requirements.
c. Being the executive agent for the Office of the Chief, Army Reserve, for U.S. Army Reserve policy and procedures that affect Reserve Soldiers and units in the USAREUR AOR.
d. Establishing resource priorities (manpower and fiscal) for Reserve activities in USAREUR.
e. Managing USAREUR individual mobilization augmentee (IMA) program and Army Guard and Reserve authorizations.
f. Providing periodic and annual reports to validate and measure how well the U.S. Army Reserve program supports USAREUR.
g. Serving as the USAREUR liaison to all agencies having U.S. Army Reserve roles and functions.
5-17. SENIOR ARMY NATIONAL GUARD ADVISER OFFICE
The Senior Army National Guard Adviser Office is responsible for
a. Advising the CG, DCG, CofS, HQ USAREUR/7A staff officers, and USAREUR MSCs on how to use U.S. Army National Guard assets effectively.
b. Developing, reviewing, and coordinating staffing actions on plans, policy, and programs dealing with the Army National Guard to ensure assets and capabilities are included to meet operational and strategic-mission requirements.
c. Serving as the executive agent for the Chief, National Guard Bureau; and the Director, Army National Guard, for Army National Guard policy and procedures affecting National Guard Soldiers and units in the European theater.
d. Establishing resource priorities (manpower and fiscal) for Army National Guard activities in the USAREUR AOR.
e. Managing USAREUR Army National Guard individual augmentees and active Guard and Reserve allocations.
f. Providing information to the G3 on current operations, training requirements, and mission-support planning.
g. Providing periodic and annual reports to validate and measure how well the Army National Guard program supports USAREUR.
h. Serving as the USAREUR liaison to agencies having Army National Guard roles and functions.
5-18. SEVENTH UNITED STATES ARMY JOINT MULTINATIONAL TRAINING COMMAND
The JMTC is responsible for
a. Serving as the POC for USAREUR training policy, analysis, combat development, simulations and simulators, and liaison with TRADOC, HQDA, the Bundeswehr, and other allies.
b. Operating USAREUR’s major live-fire training area at the Grafenwöhr Training Area as well as the U.S. range areas in Bosnia and Herzegovina and Kosovo.
c. Operating USAREUR’s Battle Command Training Center at the Grafenwöhr Training Area, United States Army Joint Multinational Readiness Center, and leader training and Battle Command Training Program warfighter exercises in USAREUR MSC AORs.
d. Providing digital training from individual through unit levels.
e. Delivering integrated live, virtual, and constructive training throughout the USAREUR AOR and to support deployed operations.
f. Establishing, on order, the USAREUR Mobilization Support Center in coordination with 7th ARCOM.
g. Fulfilling Title 10 training support requirements to provide trained and ready forces to USEUCOM.
h. Examining areas where USAREUR is operationally committed for long-term missions (for example, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Kosovo). The JMTC develops mission-rehearsal and unit-certification requirements and provides mission-rehearsal exercises for units rotating into these areas.
i. Maintaining a consolidated list of training requirements for specific missions and return-to-wartime missions.
j. Managing authorized and assigned 7th ARCOM Active Guard Reserve Soldiers.
k. Defining skill competencies from individual to unit levels and publishing these competencies in the training annex of mission OPORDs. This includes serving as the approval authority for Reserve personnel action according to AR 135- and 140-series regulations.
l. Providing training aids, devices, and simulators to conduct training for specific and wartime missions before, during, and after a unit’s deployment to increase mission and wartime readiness.
m. Serving as executive agent for the CG’s Senior Leader Forum, which is a professional-development medium for USAREUR general officers and SES personnel.
n. Sustaining and improving USAREUR’s institutional leadership distance-learning programs.
o. Improving training assessments and upgrading instrumentation of operations groups and opposing-forces capabilities at the United States Army Joint Multinational Readiness Center.
p. Providing training support (training aids, devices, and simulators) to units in the USAREUR AOR and exporting support to other units where financially or operationally possible.
q. Providing deployable training support to forecasted CONOPS missions.
r. Operating the theater institutional training facility (the Combined Arms Training Center).
s. Coordinating DA training support to ensure USAREUR requirements are identified and included in DA plans.
t. Representing USAREUR on DA-level training boards and councils of colonels.
5-19. 7TH ARMY RESERVE COMMAND
The 7th ARCOM is responsible for
a. Serving as the senior U.S. Army Reserve command in Europe.
b. Training, supplying, and sustaining 22 Army Reserve TPUs based in Germany and Italy.
c. Providing Army Reserve-specific personnel management, finance support, and individual training management to all Army Reserve TPU Soldiers in theater.
d. Coordinating with the Deputy Chief of Staff for Mobilization and Reserve Affairs (para 5-15) to ensure 7th ARCOM is included in USAREUR wartime plans and CONPLANs.
e. Managing and supplying the Total Army School System accreditation of the three subordinate battalions of the 3747th Training Brigade Europe.
f. Overseeing the planning and execution of external evaluations of assigned units and their support of USAREUR exercises.
g. Supporting the USAREUR military-to-military program by providing Joint Contact Team Program and familiarization-tour events.
h. On order, mobilizing, demobilizing, and reconstituting Army Reserve units and IMAs in the USAREUR AOR.
i. On order, mobilizing selected CONUS-based Army Reserve units sent to Europe to facilitate rapid mobilization.
j. On mobilization, command USAREUR’s combined mobilization support center/deployment operations center.
DEPUTY CHIEF OF STAFF, G4
6-1. DEPUTY CHIEF OF STAFF, G4
The USAREUR G4 provides logistic support plans, policy, processes, and services to meet Soldier and theater-Army needs in peace, crises, special operations, and war. The G4 is the senior logistics adviser to the CG and USAREUR MSCs. The G4 is responsible for
a. Establishing, supervising, and reviewing the execution of policy, programs, and procedures related to supply, storage, maintenance (ground and aviation), support services, mortuary affairs, bulk petroleum, water, tactical transportation, and integrated, automated logistic systems to support USAREUR units and other authorized organizations. The G4 does not have responsibility for medical materiel, COMSEC, or BASOPS.
b. Developing logistic plans to support U.S. Forces allocated to NATO and other combined or unilateral U.S. Forces for war, contingencies, or special operations.
c. Providing assistance, guidance, and personnel for USAREUR exercises.
d. Developing logistics-support concepts, systems (including functional proponency for automated logistics systems), and workload and materiel requirements for delegated combat service support units.
e. Participating in JOPES for non-unit resupply.
f. Developing and managing policy, programs, and procedures relating to USAREUR unit logistics readiness and decrement stocks.
g. Providing USAREUR oversight for stored Army prepositioned stocks (APS).
h. Providing functional requirements for logistic facilities within the Military Construction, Army (MCA), and NATO infrastructure construction programs.
i. Managing the USAREUR Materiel Storage Program.
j. Providing functional expertise on providing or receiving logistic facilities, maintenance, and services negotiations to lead organizations.
k. Providing technical assistance on HN agreements to other HQ USAREUR/7A staff offices.
l. Reviewing draft agreements for and providing technical expertise to the Defense Regional Interservice Support Program.
m. Serving as the theater executive agent for the Joint Mortuary Affairs Program.
n. Providing planning, policy, and coordination for preparing and executing war plans for joint mortuary affairs operations registration in the European theater as directed by USEUCOM.
o. Providing Army representation to joint-service NATO logistics committees and boards.
p. Maintaining USAREUR involvement in USEUCOM and HQDA logistics councils.
6-2. LOGISTICS AUTOMATION DIVISION
The Logistics Automation Division implements, fields, and sustains standard logistic IS. The Logistics Automation Division is responsible for
a. Logistic ISs for peace, exercises, contingencies, and war. This includes logistics automation, communication infrastructure, day-to-day assistance, and interaction with contractors.
b. Coordinating logistics automated systems actions for the command, and acting as the POC for all new logistics automation-equipment fieldings throughout the theater.
c. Developing and providing advice on USAREUR logistics IT, IA, and Standard Army Management Information Systems (STAMIS) plans and policy.
d. Reviewing and approving USAREUR input to HQDA fielding plans and automation planning documents to implement logistics system technology.
e. Writing the logistics automation sections for HQDA and USAREUR OPLANs and CONPLANs.
f. Planning, advising, and ensuring onsite support for logistics system technology hardware and software, IA, and information security affecting logistics operations.
g. Coordinating and monitoring the status of logistics STAMIS networks throughout the USAREUR AOR.
h. Sustaining automated logistics systems as well as participating in configuration-control boards, site validations, and system-acceptance testing.
6-3. PLANS AND OPERATIONS DIVISION
The Plans and Operations Division develops plans, concepts, programs, force-structure integration requirements, policy, and procedures for providing logistic support to forces in the USEUCOM AOR. This includes monitoring critical logistic elements of operations and developing logistic requirements and reports; providing staff expertise in command, control, and coordination of logistic support to joint, U.S. Army, and multinational formations; and reinforcing units during contingencies, war, exercises, and humanitarian efforts. This division plans and coordinates strategic lift required to support USAREUR deployments outside of the USAREUR AOR. This division also develops policy and procedures for intratheater transportation and coordinating USAREUR logistic plans and policy. The Plans and Operations Division is responsible for
a. Establishing G4 standing operating procedures (SOPs) to ensure maintenance logistics continuity during peacetime, crises, contingencies, and war.
b. Performing staff management of transportation systems that support the strategic, operational, and tactical movements and deployments of U.S. Forces within the USEUCOM AOR.
c. Supervising consolidation of logistics-support workload requirements for wartime HN support and multinational logistic efforts in land-heavy operations.
d. Supervising and evaluating the test and execution of logistics annexes to OPLANs and CONPLANs, transition-to-war procedures, and wartime G4 operating procedures.
e. Supervising consolidation of logistics workload factors to develop OPLAN TPFDD.
f. Preparing logistics-support annexes for plans and orders.
g. Overseeing and monitoring contingency contracts, to include chairing the Award Fee Board.
h. Managing the following branches:
(1) Current Operations Branch.
(2) Expeditionary Support Branch.
(3) Logistics Transformation Planning Branch.
(4) Plans and Exercises Branch.
6-4. PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT DIVISION
The Program Development Division formulates, validates, and defends USAREUR logistics-resource plans, programs, and budgets through the PPBES. The division coordinates the formulation, execution, and review of USAREUR theater logistics programs that support plans and operational requirements, and provides internal management for the G4 (including executing DA management programs, organizational studies, and audit liaison). The division oversees internal civilian personnel management, internal information management (IM) support, and contract management. The division is responsible for
a. Overseeing financial logistics management for the G4.
b. Serving as the senior logistics resource management consultant to the Assistant G4, division chiefs, and HQ USAREUR/7A staff offices.
c. Supervising, managing, planning, and coordinating program and budget activities (development, analysis, formulation, justification, presentation, execution, and review) for theater logistics operations.
d. Overseeing the development of requirements for the POM, Budget Estimate Submission, Resource Guidance (RG), and Funding Letter (FL) for G4 programs.
e. Planning, evaluating, coordinating, and monitoring program and budget program execution for previous, current, and POM years for single and multiyear appropriations.
f. Providing financial oversight for the following:
(1) Balkans CONOPS.
(2) Bulk fuel.
(3) General Support Maintenance Program.
(4) JCS exercises, GWOT, and RESET.
(5) Organizational clothing and individual equipment (OCIE).
(6) Other OPTEMPO requirements (including the Flying Hour Program).
(7) Second Destination Transportation Program.
g. Overseeing theater financial logistics operations. This includes analyzing and developing performance indictors and measures used to review processes important to successful mission accomplishment for the following programs:
(1) Credit tracking.
(2) Funds control.
(3) Single stock fund.
h. Planning and implementing DA management programs and organizational studies as well as a variety of internal management services and support essential to G4 operations.
i. Overseeing the identification, prioritization, and implementation of internal IM for the G4.
j. Serving as the liaison between the G4 and contracting offices as well as overseeing, implementing, advising on, and managing the G4 contract-management program.
6-5. SUSTAINMENT OPERATIONS DIVISION
The Sustainment Operations Division has four branches: Supply and Services Branch, Commodities Branch, Equipping Branch, and Maintenance Branch. These four branches establish theater policy and procedures for all USAREUR supply and maintenance activities and related supply and maintenance actions. The division
a. Provides staff management, coordination, and oversight of USAREUR’s excess management programs.
b. Promotes sustainability, supportability, and logistic readiness of selected materiel and weapons systems for USAREUR.
c. Manages all USAREUR national and sustainment-maintenance programs, including aviation.
d. Oversees USAREUR CONOPS supply, field services, field and sustainment maintenance, and contract support for logistics.
e. Advises the G4 staff and other HQ USAREUR/7A staff offices on supply policy and procedures for requisitioning, receiving, storing, and distributing supplies as well as excess property redistribution and disposal. This division is also the proponent for ammunition, quality assurance, and explosive ordnance disposal (EOD) issues.
f. Serves as the USEUCOM executive agent for class III bulk, class V, and land-based water resources to support contingency requirements.
g. Is the G4 executive agent for memorandums of understanding (MOUs) between USAREUR and the Defense Reutilization and Marketing Region-Europe and between USAREUR and the Defense Logistics Agency-Europe (DLA-E).
h. Participates with DOD, DA, TRADOC, AMC, and other agencies in meetings pertaining to the effectiveness of logistic supply operations (including conventional ammunition and EOD) and quality-assurance specialist, ammunition surveillance (QASAS) policy and procedures.
i. Maintains liaison with the 405th Army Field Support Battalion (405th AFSB), DLA-E, the NATO Maintenance and Supply Agency, and other agencies for supply support, and provides oversight of 405th AFBS services.
j. Serves as the USAREUR executive agent for MOUs between USAREUR and the 405th AFSB (except for issues related to APS).
k. Provides the deputy career program manager (CPM) for QASAS (Career Program (CP) 20) and the CPM for supply management (CP 13).
l. Manages the Theater Logistics Review and Analysis Program and the G4 Review and Analysis Program.
m. Establishes policy and procedures for theater-excess redistribution.
n. Maintains liaison with CONUS agencies, USEUCOM, and the 21st Theater Sustainment Command on manning, SOPs, and equipment support for an effective Mortuary Affairs Program.
o. Advises the USAREUR G4 and the HQ USAREUR/7A staff on logistic readiness, maintenance, and quality-assurance doctrine, concepts, policy, and procedures.
p. Participates with HQDA and other outside agencies in visits concerning logistic readiness, maintenance, materiel readiness, product quality assurance (calibration, test, measure, and diagnostic equipment, and quality deficiency reporting), and policy and procedures.
q. Maintains liaison with higher headquarters, other commands, and agencies on logistic readiness, maintenance, and product quality-assurance issues.
6-6. COMMAND LOGISTICS REVIEW TEAM
a. The Command Logistics Review Team supports the DA Command Logistics Review Program (CLRP) in accordance with AR 11-1. The CLRP is an assessment and assistance program to
(1) Identify and solve logistics problems that affect command readiness.
(2) Take corrective action on logistics problems that are solvable at the unit level.
(3) Document problems and corrective actions that may be of interest during audits, command inspections reviews, or assistance visits.
b. In addition to the responsibilities in subparagraphs a above, the Command Logistics Review Team
(1) Encourages command involvement in logistics operations by providing SMEs to assess, assist, and review logistical operations to
(a) Identify and solve logistics problems at all levels that adversely affect readiness.
(b) Provide logistical trends to commanders and staff officers at all levels.
(2) Improves logistical readiness and sustainability of the USAREUR units.
(3) Improves the logistical posture of the command.
(4) Assists in all areas of logistical management.
(5) Works with the HQDA CLRP to solve problems that USAREUR cannot solve.
(6) Conducts assistance visits of subordinate units to support Army programs, including the Command Supply Discipline Program, Supply Excellence Award, and Army Award for Maintenance Excellence.
(7) Reviews policy, procedures, doctrine, systems, training, personnel, and funding matters affecting logistics.
(8) Identifies problems at all levels so commanders and staff officers can take corrective action.
(9) Conducts vertical assessments through command and technical channels to identify root causes of problems.
DEPUTY CHIEF OF STAFF, ENGINEER
7-1. DEPUTY CHIEF OF STAFF, ENGINEER
The DCSENGR provides advice and assistance to the CG and HQ USAREUR/7A staff offices on engineer missions, functions, and readiness. The DCSENGR is responsible for
a. Exercising staff proponency for military engineering, exercise-related construction, geospatial information and services (GI&S), theater military construction, facilities engineering, environmental engineering, real estate, and base camp master planning for contingency missions.
b. Coordinating facilities and engineering support in the European theater with IMCOM-Europe to ensure this support meets the CG’s intent and guidance.
c. Providing engineer technical advice to the HQ USAREUR/7A staff, USAREUR MSCs, and USAREUR specialized commands.
d. Enhancing unity of effort between Army engineer assets and those of the other Services as well as those of multinational and HN forces and contractors.
e. Providing engineer support to other major programs (such as combat, construction, and topographic engineering) and Title 10 support.
f. Recommending and assisting the CG in the employment and sustainment of engineer operations.
g. Providing engineer planning schedules, policy, and CG’s intent to subordinate engineer organizations.
7-2. PLANS AND OPERATIONS BRANCH
The Plans and Operations Branch provides accurate, timely, and reliable engineer-requirements planning and coordination for USAREUR operations in the USEUCOM AOR by
a. Issuing plans and orders that include the following:
(1) Annexes and special orders to support major operations and battle.
(2) Engineer force requirements.
(3) Engineer operational needs statements.
(4) Staff estimates for future campaigns.
(5) Staff estimates for courses of action (COAs).
(6) Analyses of COAs for engineer supportability.
(7) Comparisons of COAs for engineer-support requirements.
(8) Integrations with the USAREUR battle staff to select COAs and modify them to meet the CG’s intent.
b. Coordinating Title 10 support for U.S. troops in the USEUCOM AOR, including the following:
(1) Base camp construction standards and master planning.
(3) Countermine and demining operations.
(5) GI&S support.
(6) Hazardous-material and emergency-spill response.
(7) Prime Power Program (AR 700-128).
(8) Real-estate management.
(9) Snow and ice clearing.
(10) Theater environmental management.
c. Coordinating civil-military engineering in the USEUCOM AOR.
d. Determining mission-specific engineer theater information requests (IRs).
e. Planning infrastructure transition to civil administration as part of transition operations.
f. Assessing engineer capabilities to support operations and engineer-force sustainment.
g. Determining engineer assets (Army Corps of Engineer, HN, and contractors) to best accomplish required tasks.
h. Coordinating and tracking engineering missions in the theater. This includes military and humanitarian mine-clearing operations.
7-3. FACILITIES AND CONSTRUCTION BRANCH
The Facilities and Construction Branch provides construction-planning services, including project design, coordination, quality assurance, and technical expertise to USAREUR operations in the USEUCOM AOR. This branch is responsible for
a. Developing plans and reviewing policy and procedures for construction, real estate, and environmental programs in the USEUCOM AOR.
b. Providing “theater opening” reception, staging, onward movement, and integration (RSOI) engineering design, planning, coordination, and capabilities for airfields, camps, cooperative security locations (CSLs), and forward operating sites (FOSs) throughout the contingency theater.
c. Coordinating with IMCOM-Europe for
(1) Efficient basing.
(2) Environmental surveys and remediation.
(3) Facilities engineering.
(4) Facilities investment strategy.
(5) Non-housing facilities design and construction.
(6) Real estate.
(7) Utilities procurement.
7-4. GEOSPATIAL INFORMATION AND SERVICES BRANCH
The GI&S Branch provides accurate, timely, and relevant “nonstandard” geospatial support for USAREUR expeditionary joint and combined military operations in the USEUCOM AOR. The GI&S Branch is responsible for
a. Overseeing and managing theater geospatial operations for USAREUR.
b. Maintaining and operating the Theater Geospatial Database.
c. Producing special products and conducting terrain analyses.
d. Providing C2 of geospatial organizations that fall under the GI&S Branch and the products produced by those organizations.
e. Managing deployable high-volume map printing and geodetic surveying.
f. Coordinating National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency support.
g. Developing and implementing effective theater geospatial engineering plans, programs, policy, and procedures.
7-5. NATO SECURITY INVESTMENT PROGRAM OFFICE
The NATO Security Investment Program (NSIP) Office represents and promotes USAREUR’s mission infrastructure interests to NATO headquarters and its military commands to maximize NSIP funding of U.S.-interest projects either through direct NATO authorization or recoupment of U.S. funding. The NSIP Office seeks to leverage alternative funding sources for USAREUR transformation requirements through the creation of new NATO common infrastructure categories. The NSIP Office is responsible for
a. Maintaining direct liaison with NATO commands and HNs.
b. Coordinating NSIP planning with DOD, DA, USEUCOM, and IMCOM-Europe, and synchronizing NSIP construction with MILCON. “Synchronize” means to orchestrate in a timely manner so that (NATO-funded project) planning, design, approval, authorization, execution, and project completion all occur when required to meet operational scheduling. This effort usually requires coordination among multiple U.S. agencies and user-units as well as HNs and NATO headquarters.
c. Coordinating with USEUCOM and the U.S. Mission to NATO to submit USAREUR requirements to NATO.
d. Managing the inventory for U.S. Army-user NATO facilities.
e. Representing the United States as the user nation at NATO project screenings, design meetings, maintenance inspections, and joint final-acceptance inspections.
f. Participating in U.S. Mission-directed, project-management reviews with USEUCOM and the Service components.
g. Serving as the proponent for AE Regulation 415-22.
h. Providing NSIP training and other guidance to USAREUR commanders and staff officers.
7-6. ENVIRONMENTAL SECTION
The Environmental Section provides staff planning and oversight of the USAREUR environmental program, and coordinates environmental operations and requirements throughout the AOR. The Environmental Section also provides management and oversight of FOS environmental operations. This section is responsible for
a. Establishing policy and overseeing FOS environmental protection and compliance according to higher headquarters environmental requirements.
b. Establishing policy and overseeing environmental cleanup requirements according to higher headquarters environmental guidance.
c. Serving as the USAREUR representative in remediation required to maintain operations or protect human health and safety.
d. Establishing and overseeing the policy for environmental baseline surveys and environmental closure reports for exercise and CONOPS locations according to higher headquarters environmental guidance.
e. Participating in the Environmental Quality Control Committee.
7-7. ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS LIAISON
This office provides United States Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) planning to USAREUR CONPLANs and FUNCPLANs. The Army Corps of Engineers Liaison is the primary POC for field force engineering (FFE) to USAREUR and assists USAREUR engineering organizations in contacting various USACE organizations. This office helps develop USACE and USAREUR contingency planning by
a. Participating in USAREUR exercises where FFE could be used.
b. Representing USACE in various USAREUR workgroups.
c. Coordinating USACE activities and equipment fielding with USAREUR units and staff elements. Systems and equipment include the Theater Construction Management System, Automated Route Reconnaissance Kit (AARK), and tele-engineering communications equipment.
DEPUTY CHIEF OF STAFF, G6
8-1. DEPUTY CHIEF OF STAFF, G6
The USAREUR G6 supports theater decision-making and operations to ensure the right information is provided to the right warfighter in the right format at the right time. The G6 is responsible for
a. Administering all matters pertaining to the PPBES and other resource-management functions to support G6 resources.
b. Developing and coordinating G6 policy, plans, requirements, and architecture.
c. Validating Army in Europe IT requirements (in coordination with the G3).
d. Providing representatives to participate in G3 basing and stationing initiatives.
e. Delivering technical advice and guidance to the warfighter while maintaining the ability to ensure quick crisis-response support to HQ USAREUR/7A.
f. Providing ready, responsive solutions that are technically sound, coordinated, and accommodating to the warfighter.
g. Establishing, managing, and assessing the IA Program in Europe.
h. Managing and directing IA policy and funding, and overseeing IA for Army in Europe computers and networks.
i. Providing computer intrusion detection, prevention measures, training, and assistance in securing the Army in Europe network infrastructure.
j. Managing Task Force PKI.
8-2. ARCHITECTURE DIVISION
The Architecture Division
a. Provides management and control over basing initiatives, IS architectures, and long-range modernization plans.
b. Develops, publishes, and maintains policy and directives that support IA and IM initiatives throughout the European theater.
c. Develops and justifies long-range financial plans, such as research and analyses, to determine what technology is available to support user requirements.
d. Manages USAREUR’s means of communicating operational information. This includes the following:
(1) Managing “top-down” USAREUR network enterprise initiatives.
(2) Ensuring theater and Army in Europe architectures meet JCS, DOD, DA, and other pertinent operational and doctrinal standards.
e. Performs chief information officer functions according to the Clinger-Cohen Act and AR 25-1. This includes the following:
(1) Ensuring training and certification of critical skills and tasks that support Army in Europe ISs are provided.
(2) Managing all Army in Europe IM and IT programs using established performance measurements.
(3) Ensuring that the USAREUR IS investment strategy is aligned with HQDA and USEUCOM strategic plans.
(4) Ensuring the Army in Europe complies with Army enterprise architecture for IT.
f. Manages the following programs and initiatives:
(1) Army in Europe Certificate to Operate Program.
(2) Army Knowledge Online initiatives.
(3) Command, control, communications, computers (C4) and information management service list.
(4) Common levels of support.
(5) Content staging and content management.
(6) IT metrics.
(7) Knowledge management initiatives.
(8) Service Level Management Program.
(9) The Enterprise Software Licensing Agreement.
8-3. COMMAND, CONTROL, COMMUNICATIONS, COMPUTERS, AND INFORMATION SUPPORT (C4IS) DIVISION
The C4IS Division
a. Plans, integrates, and oversees selected Army in Europe ISs; recommends modernization and upgrades; and develops deployment strategies to support mission requirements.
b. Contributes to the development of Army in Europe architectures, plans, policy, and standards to ensure equipment, systems, and networks meet JCS, DOD, DA, and other operational and doctrinal standards.
c. Identifies, coordinates, and validates requirements in coordination with the G3 for communications and automation networks.
d. Develops command, control, and communications systems annexes and estimates for USAREUR OPORDs, OPLANs, FUNCPLANs, exercise plans, CONPLANs, and long-range plans and documents. This includes budget forecasts for each exercise.
e. Maintains a 24-hour crisis-reaction capability by representing the G6 on the USAREUR Crisis Action Team.
f. Coordinates with the joint staff, higher commands, and other organizations (including multinational organizations) to support command, control, and communications operations in the USEUCOM theater.
g. Manages, coordinates, and validates exercise requirements.
h. Develops policy and guidelines for VTC in theater.
i. Assesses and consolidates Army in Europe requirements for coordination with 5th Signal Command and Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) for execution and implementation.
j. Manages the USAREUR Visual Information (VI) Program and reviews and approves VI requests that exceed established dollar limits.
k. Manages cell phones, BlackBerry devices, and preferred subscriber service distribution throughout the Army in Europe.
l. Serves as a COR and develops and prepares task directives, statements of work, work assignments, and supporting documentation to identify requirements that must be completed by the contractor.
m. Manages Army in Europe IT and IA training programs.
n. Manages the USAREUR telecommunication program.
o. Provides a PM for the USAREUR Defense Messaging System/Tactical Messaging System.
p. Is the POC for planning and coordinating theater-level COMSEC support for daily operations and CONOPS.
q. Provides theaterwide frequency spectrum management support to all USAREUR and IMCOM-Europe activities in strategic, tactical, and sustaining base power-projection operational environments.
8-4. HEADQUARTERS C4 SUPPORT DIVISION
The Headquarters C4 Support Division is responsible for
a. Operating and maintaining the HQ USAREUR/7A and HQ IMCOM-Europe portions of the Army enterprise infrastructure. This includes application, e-mail, file, print, Web, and antivirus servers, as well as unique servers and mission applications.
b. Operating and maintaining the USAREUR regional continuity of operations site.
c. Providing back-up and disaster-recovery services.
d. Installing, operating, maintaining, and expanding the HQ USAREUR/7A LAN.
e. Managing remote network access.
f. Ensuring the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of information by implementing and reporting compliance with theater-security policy, practices, and procedures.
g. Establishing and maintaining the secure desktop baseline for all personal computers and related peripherals.
h. Maintaining and updating network accreditations.
i. Operating and maintaining consolidated Army in Europe private and public webservers.
j. Providing development and technical support to Army in Europe organizations that create websites and Web applications.
k. Operating and maintaining a customer service desk to receive, track, and process requests for IT service.
l. Providing break-fix and Tier III support.
m. Providing and managing off-site IT support for HQ USAREUR/7A conferences, staff rides, and DV events.
n. Providing architectural planning, design, installation, and problem-solving services to enhance IT productivity, effectiveness, and quality.
o. Managing the annual life-cycle replacement program for HQ USAREUR/7A and HQ IMCOM-Europe.
p. Procuring IT products and services to meet new requirements.
8-5. INFORMATION ASSURANCE DIVISION
The Information Assurance Division
a. Manages the USAREUR IA Program.
b. Develops, coordinates, and publishes USAREUR IA policy.
c. Is the principal adviser to Army in Europe leaders on IA.
d. Ensures IA issues and policy are coordinated with the IM Council of Colonels.
e. Implements the DA Information Assurance Vulnerability Alert (IAVA) Program in the Army in Europe.
f. Determines the need for, issues, and tracks Dragon Lightning Alerts.
g. Is the proponent for the USAREUR IA training program.
h. Coordinates with USEUCOM for IA support to USAREUR.
i. Develops Army in Europe IA funding requirements and manages management decision evaluation package (MDEP) MS4X funding.
j. Provides USAREUR Information Infrastructure Assistance Team (I2AT) support on IA matters. The I2AT also provides IA assistance to IG offices when requested.
k. Provides input to HQDA for centrally funded COMSEC and IA tools provided through MDEP MX5T.
l. Issues IA countermeasures in coordination with the Regional Computer Emergency Response Team-Europe and the Army Network Operations and Security Center-Europe.
m. Coordinates counterintelligence and criminal investigation division support for the USAREUR IA program.
n. In coordination with the 5th Signal Command G3, reviews IA compliance of the LandWarNet connection-approval process (for both classified and unclassified networks).
o. Assesses COMSEC incidents in coordination with the G2.
p. Works with IA managers at subordinate commands, installations, and field operating agencies to ensure the IA program is being implemented satisfactorily.
q. Plans and coordinates IA training for USAREUR IA managers.
r. Participates in the networthiness process to ensure systems meet IA standards before they are connected to Army in Europe networks.
s. Oversees and is the proponent for content of an IA training program that meets prescribed requirements and integrates IA into operational training programs for managers, system administrators, users, and maintenance personnel.
t. Conducts and oversees a program of announced and unannounced IA inspections to determine compliance with appropriate regulations and other applicable directives.
u. Maintains strong liaison with supporting HQDA, DISA, USEUCOM, CNE-C6F, USAFE, United States Army Criminal Investigation Division, and United States Army Intelligence and Security Command (INSCOM) elements.
v. Maintains a website dedicated to in-depth, two-way contact with unit IA managers and their commanders on IA policy and procedures.
w. Provides IA security solutions for IT.
x. Monitors and assists Army in Europe units in the accreditation process for USAREUR IT.
y. Provides technical advice and assistance to the G3 on information contingencies, IO, and OPSEC programs.
z. Helps CORs formulate IA requirements to be included in IT service contracts.
aa. Inspects and approves protected distributed systems in the Army in Europe.
ab. Provides PM oversight for the USAREUR Common Access Card/Public Key Infrastructure Program.
ac. Is responsible for the development, implementation, and execution of the USAREUR I2AT Program.
8-6. RESOURCE MANAGEMENT DIVISION
The Resource Management Division supports the G6 by
a. Providing advice on financial responsibilities as the G6 and IMCOM-Europe program activity director.
b. Initiating the annual budget cycle based on guidance from higher headquarters.
c. Managing the process of justifying and presenting G6 and IMCOM-Europe financial requirements to higher headquarters.
d. Coordinating funding matters for changes in budget, programming, and unfinanced requirements.
e. Analyzing expenditures and project costs and justifying requirements to higher headquarters.
f. Serving as the G6 and IMCOM-Europe voting member on USAREUR resource management committees (planning guidance committee and program budget committee).
g. Serving as the financial adviser to the IM committee.
h. Formulating, justifying, and prioritizing long-range financial plans (for example, IT systems budget) and participating in POM development and planning for IT requirements.
i. Providing IM RG and FLs to units under the direct command or OPCON of USAREUR.
j. Centrally managing IM program budgets.
k. Developing, justifying, defending, and executing budgets for IM support of JCS exercises, CONOPS, and GWOT.
l. Conducting joint quarterly reviews with the DFAS.
m. Conducting midyear reviews with the G8.
n. Evaluating the fiscal yearend posture and determining the best methods for using and distributing funds.
o. Managing the manpower and management-control programs for the G6.
p. Coordinating and responding to internal and external audits.
q. Managing the USAREUR Records Management, the Freedom of Information Act, and Privacy Act programs.
8-7. VISUAL INFORMATION SERVICES EUROPE DIVISION
The Visual Information Services Europe (VISE) Division is responsible for providing theater-level visual information (VI) support. This includes
a. Video and multimedia production. (VISE is the only organization in USAREUR authorized to produce scripted productions.)
b. Audiovisual and public-address support for ceremonies, conferences, and exercises.
c. Video and photographic documentation of military operations and exercises.
d. Production of high-level graphics, including wide-format printing and command exhibits.
e. Support of major press operations. This includes pool audio, photographic, and video support.
f. Higher level audiovisual support of or augmentation for organizations subordinate to V Corps and the JMTC.
g. Support of non-DOD, non-Army, and non-USAREUR organizations provided such support is consistent with the Joint Ethics Regulation and not otherwise prohibited by DOD, DA, or AE regulations.
DEPUTY CHIEF OF STAFF, G8
9-1. DEPUTY CHIEF OF STAFF, G8
a. The USAREUR G8 supports the USAREUR expeditionary and joint-capable mission by
(1) Leading the resource-decision process.
(2) Obtaining required resources.
(3) Exercising proficient financial and manpower stewardship by balancing available resources with valid requirements.
(4) Managing the use of resources.
(5) Negotiating essential HN, national, and international agreements.
b. The G8 is responsible for
(1) Advising the USAREUR Command Group, HQ USAREUR/7A staff offices, and USAREUR commanders on resource management (including acquisition, use, and accountability).
(2) Maintaining USAREUR program and functional responsibility for the following:
(a) Budget formulation and execution review.
(b) Cost and economic analyses.
(c) Financial management.
(d) Fiscal programming.
(e) Force structure analysis planning.
(f) Management Control Program.
(g) Manpower requirements and civilian manpower allocations and use.
(3) Developing and negotiating agreements for HN support, inter- and intraservice support, and arrangements under ACSAs; and providing policy guidance for the Army in Europe agreements program and agreements-training assistance.
(4) Serving as the command financial manager and budget CPM for CP 11.
c. The primary objectives of the G8 are to
(1) Provide needed resources for the command’s expeditionary operations.
(2) Achieve more effective use of USAREUR resources by improving business operations.
(3) Improve the PPBES process to meet expeditionary force requirements.
(4) Ensure USAREUR has joint-capable expeditionary operational forces and the appropriate-sized civilian, contract, and military TDA workforce.
(5) Institutionalize a value-based resource system to execute USAREUR’s Title 10 responsibilities.
9-2. BUDGET DIVISION
The Budget Division justifies, acquires, manages, and controls USAREUR funds. The Budget Division is responsible for
a. Leading the execution of the USAREUR budget.
b. Leading the budget-decision process for HQ USAREUR/7A.
c. Developing and implementing budget policy and procedures.
d. Providing efficient stewardship of resources.
e. Coordinating actions with the Army Budget Office.
f. Providing accounting and Knowledge-on-Demand System administration.
g. Monitoring the use of OMA and other appropriations in USAREUR MSCs to ensure they comply with appropriate funding levels and regulations. This involves managing fund-control and reprogramming actions for USAREUR OMA and other appropriations.
h. Coordinating limitation authority issues with activities, USAREUR MSCs, and HQDA.
i. Performing program-level analyses for budget execution.
j. Overseeing the USAREUR Master Integrated Priority List (MIPL).
k. With the G3 (para 5-12b), overseeing the USAREUR 1-N list and providing systems administration services for the of 1-N list.
l. Managing the control and execution of funds for the organizations in (1) through (3) below. This involves ensuring funds are spent in accordance with fiscal law, the Army does not incur any Antideficiency Act violations, and funds are executed in proper subactivity groups and elements of resource as described in DFAS-IN Regulation 37-100. The Budget Division manages funds by taking the resources provided to the theater and working with the Army Budget Office to realign funding as required to ensure commanders’ top priorities are resourced.
(1) HQ USAREUR/7A program activity accounts and internal budget offices.
(2) 266th Finance Command.
(3) 1st Personnel Command.
m. Managing the HQ USAREUR/7A centralized permanent change-of-station account for the following:
(1) HQ USAREUR/7A program activity accounts and internal budget offices.
(2) 266th Finance Command.
(3) 1st Personnel Command.
n. Funding and managing the Centralized Emergency Leave Program for active duty Soldiers, Family members, and civilian employees assigned to USAREUR. (Other Army commands in the European theater (for example, IMCOM-Europe, INSCOM) fund their own emergency leave.)
o. Funding CONOPS temporary change-of-station costs.
p. Developing CONOPS and GWOT budgets and managing the use of CONOPS and GWOT funds. This includes supervising deployed CONOPS and GWOT resource management cells throughout the USEUCOM AOR.
q. Developing USAREUR internal RG and annual FLs to support the command’s critical requirements.
r. Managing the contract-approval process for USAREUR.
s. Entering Contract Manyear Equivalent data into appropriate DA databases.
t. Analyzing the Defense Planning Guidance to assess its effects on and the viability of forecast command budgets to meet OSD, Army, and USAREUR goals and objectives.
u. Providing management accounting services to USAREUR MSCs and HQ USAREUR/7A staff offices.
v. Managing and executing prior-year funds control and reprogramming actions for USAREUR MSCs and HQ USAREUR/7A staff offices.
w. Coordinating prior-year issues with activities, USAREUR MSCs, and DA.
x. Performing quality-assurance reviews of accounting data, analyses, and assistance to resolve systemic and other accounting issues.
y. Providing accounting and information tools and access to accounting and information systems.
z. Providing training to USAREUR commands and activities on accounting systems, tools, policy, and procedures.
aa. Managing and administering the U.S. funds contributed to NATO.
ab. Managing and administering the funding for the NSIP for infrastructure and construction projects.
ac. Providing the multinational MOU and financial representation support involved with the negotiation and management of MOUs for multinational organizations.
ad. Providing U.S. representation to various international financial committees as a permanent member provided such support is consistent with the Joint Ethics Regulation and not otherwise prohibited by DOD, DA, or AE regulations.
ae. Providing resource support to U.S. national elements assigned to or in support of NATO in execution of the Army’s administrative-agent responsibilities.
af. Administering the G8 budget.
9-3. MANPOWER AND PROGRAM ANALYSIS DIVISION
The Manpower and Program Analysis Division directs and coordinates the development and implementation of all USAREUR management programs associated with the USAREUR TDA. This includes all aspects of the civilian manpower program, programming responsibilities, program development of future-year dollar resources and requirements in the POM. The division is also responsible for programming and cost analysis. The Manpower and Program Analysis Division is responsible for
a. Overseeing USAREUR management programs, manpower-requirement-determination, future-year resource requirement-determination studies, program analysis and civilian manpower allocation, and strength-management programs analyses.
b. Developing and interpreting manpower and program analysis policy, guidance, and direction.
c. Serving as the USAREUR CPM for CP 26.
d. Preparing, justifying, and providing to HQDA manpower and programming information to support Army and OSD PPBES processes, which include the POM, Program Budget Decisions, and the Program Decision Memorandum.
e. Conducting civilian pay-costing and affordability analyses for proposed concept plans.
f. Developing USAREUR fiscal strategies to participate effectively in the Army POM process.
g. Preparing required POM schedules to identify and realign USAREUR program requirements and the commander’s narrative assessment with USAREUR’s key programming issues.
h. Helping the G3 develop and defend USAREUR’s input to the USEUCOM IPL.
i. Analyzing the Defense Planning Guidance to assess its effect on USAREUR’s ability to meet OSD, Army, and USAREUR goals and objectives.
j. Acting as the POC for activities, USAREUR, IMCOM-Europe, AMC, 5th Signal Command, and other stovepipe organizations and HQDA in identifying programming issues affecting outyear resources, requirements, transfers, and adjustments thereto.
k. Serving as the fiscal and programming POC for legislative actions, proposals, and congressional-committee activity that affects DOD, DA, and USAREUR programs as published in defense authorization and appropriations bills.
l. Programming, budgeting, allocating, and distributing civilian-manpower authorizations and workyears to subordinate organizations.
m. Developing and prioritizing civilian-manpower allocations.
n. Conducting management studies and analyses to support HQ USAREUR/7A decision-making processes (including business-process analyses, mission assignments and command relationships, organizational-structure changes, and force-structure initiatives).
o. Conducting cost studies and analyses to support HQ USAREUR/7A decision-making processes (including emerging requirements, civilian affordability, OPTEMPO resourcing based on existing and force structure changes and MDEP Army Program Element reviews of future-year resourcing needs).
p. Conducting analyses to support civilian manpower resource justification and distribution, including analyzing current strength alignments and forecasting civilian resource requirements.
q. Serving as the HQ USAREUR/7A staff proponent for management and productivity programs (including the MCP and the Productivity Enhancement Program).
r. Serving as the HQ USAREUR/7A staff proponent for the Lean Six Sigma Program.
s. Managing and reporting on Army Management Headquarters Activity ceiling manpower and program analysis issues.
t. Managing the USAREUR Manpower and Resource Requirements Determination Program.
u. Developing, maintaining, and applying manpower requirements determination methodologies, functional models, and staffing standards.
v. Reviewing and analyzing USAREUR TDA and augmentation TDA manpower requirements in The Army Authorization Documents System.
w. Participating as the USAREUR lead on TDA and Generating Force participation in TAA.
x. Participating in the Army Command Plan process and realignment studies to defend USAREUR TDA and augmentation TDA organizations and resources.
y. Conducting organizational and manpower requirements studies.
z. Conducting TDA equipment studies.
aa. Reviewing subordinate command manpower-requirements determination efforts.
ab. Serving as a manpower consultant on CONOPS manpower issues.
ac. Providing manpower expertise on Army initiatives, such as functional area assessments, development of the Army Plan, the Quadrennial Defense Review, and internal command initiatives affecting USAREUR organizations.
ad. Providing programming expertise on Army initiatives, such as strategic plans (review), development of the Army Plan, the Quadrennial Defense Review, and the internal command initiatives affecting USAREUR organizations.
ae. Managing and administering USAREUR strategic sourcing and competitive sourcing.
af. Determining, coordinating, and defending manpower resources (requirements, authorizations, workyears, and civilian pay dollars) for HQ USAREUR/7A and subordinate organizations.
ag. Determining, coordinating, and defending resources across the POM years (requirements and funding) for HQ USAREUR/7A and subordinate organizations.
ah. Receiving, allocating, and distributing HQ USAREUR/7A manpower authorizations.
ai. Managing the USAREUR Civilian Hire Program according to HQDA guidance.
aj. Reviewing and approving civilian personnel RPAs that affect civilian strength for
(1) HQ USAREUR/7A.
(2) 266th Finance Command.
(3) 1st Personnel Command.
ak. Reviewing and recommending changes to the command’s civilian manpower and “table 30” data based on strength and utilization.
al. Managing, coordinating, and updating the command’s TDA.
am. Maintaining AE Regulation 10-5.
an. Providing manpower analyses and advice on HQ USAREUR/7A functional proponent issues.
ao. Participating in force management initiatives that affect HQ USAREUR/7A manpower (such as TAA, restructuring efforts, Army Management Headquarters Activity changes, elimination of military occupational specialties).
9-4. AGREEMENTS DIVISION
The Agreements Division is responsible for developing the agreements program and policy as well as developing, negotiating, and concluding national and international agreements and ACSAs involving administrative and logistical support. (The responsibility for mission support lies with USAREUR, while BASOPS falls under IMCOM-Europe.) The Agreements Division is responsible for the following:
a. Advising HQ USAREUR/7A staff offices and other Army in Europe organizations on policy or procedural requirements that fall under the agreements program.
b. Providing agreements-related regulatory guidance and technical assistance to HQ USAREUR/7A staff offices, USAREUR MSCs, and other Army in Europe units and activities.
c. Negotiating and concluding international agreements and providing ACSA program support according to AE Regulation 1-3 for the following:
(1) Agreements for HN support.
d. Developing, negotiating, and concluding national agreements according to AE Regulation 1-7 for
(2) Co-use agreements with foreign governments and forces, international and other organizations, and foreign private organizations.
(3) Management and implementation of the Army in Europe ACSA Program.
(1) Interdepartmental, interagency, and inter- and intraservice support agreements.
(2) Co-use agreements with other U.S. Forces components.
a. As a member of the CG’s personal staff, the USAREUR Chaplain advises the CG on all matters pertaining to faith, moral issues, and the free exercise of religion in the command.
b. The USAREUR Chaplain maintains forward-deployed, combat-ready unit ministry teams (UMTs). These UMTs are trained for missions that support the GWOT and Theater Security Cooperation. They provide quality religious support and leadership for joint, interagency, intergovernmental, and multinational operations according to the CG’s Strategic Plan and, with the IMCOM-Europe Chaplain’s Office, support USAREUR military personnel, Family members, and civilian employees.
c. The USAREUR Chaplain
(1) Defines and establishes the peacetime and wartime chaplain mission statements for USAREUR.
(2) Establishes chaplain goals and priorities, and develops performance standards for USAREUR MSCs.
(3) Coordinates and reviews chaplaincy resource allocations for USAREUR MSCs.
(4) Monitors and establishes table of organization and equipment (TOE) force-structure requirements.
(5) Establishes, maintains, and executes chaplaincy CONPLANs.
(6) Trains UMTs for tailored joint and combined religious support in serving as the land forces component for USEUCOM.
(7) Sustains immediate ready UMTs for rapid force projection and garrison operations.
(8) Establishes dependable split-based, simultaneous religious support operations to sustain expeditionary requirements.
(9) Ensures religious-support force structure and C2 meet current and GR2 requirements.
(10) Integrates and enables spiritual fitness in force well-being, operational planning and execution, and force structure.
(11) Presents the Army Chaplaincy as a force enabler to partner nations and allies.
d. The USAREUR Chaplain is responsible for
(1) Exercising staff supervision over the USAREUR Command Master Religious Program.
(2) Advising and providing assistance to the USAREUR Command Group, HQ USAREUR/7A staff, and commanders of USAREUR MSCs on matters concerning religion, morals, and morale as it pertains to religion in USAREUR.
(3) Developing, planning, and establishing policy and initiating programs for commandwide religious activities that incorporate Total Chaplaincy Goals and the CG’s Strategic Plan.
(4) Coordinating with the IMCOM-Europe Chaplain on chaplain personnel needs and recommending fill-priority for military occupational specialty 56M, chaplain assistant.
(5) Providing operational guidance, developing force structure, and coordinating training to maintain the readiness of UMTs for deployment, mobilization, and CONOPS.
(6) Providing budgetary input to the G8 for the USAREUR Chaplain’s Office Command Master Religious Program.
(7) Ensuring the continuous and personal delivery of religious support in a dynamically transforming theater.
CHIEF, PUBLIC AFFAIRS
11-1. CHIEF, PUBLIC AFFAIRS
The Chief, Public Affairs (CPA), USAREUR, provides personal counsel to the USAREUR Command Group and the HQ USAREUR/7A staff on how to keep the American people and the Army Family informed and to establish conditions that lead to confidence in America’s Army and its readiness to conduct operations in times of peace and war. The CPA
a. Plans, produces, and distributes information about the mission, operations, and activities of USAREUR to internal audiences, key stakeholders, the American and HN public, and people throughout the USAREUR AOR.
b. Is a member of the CG’s personal staff and the principal adviser to the CG and HQ USAREUR/7A staff on public affairs.
c. Is USAREUR’s official spokesperson in all matters dealing with the news media.
d. Has commandwide staff oversight, direction, and supervision of public affairs matters (including command information, media relations, and community relations).
e. Develops public affairs plans and annexes to support USAREUR initiatives, exercises, and operations.
f. Serves as the staff proponent for individual public affairs taskings and assignments to exercises and operations, and determines requirements for augmentation by Active Army and Reserve component public affairs units for contingencies and special events.
g. Serves as functional proponent for USAREUR officer and enlisted Soldiers assigned to career management field 46.
h. Manages the public affairs and communications media civilian CP for USAREUR units.
i. Serves as program director for the USAREUR (non-IMCOM-Europe) portion of the public affairs OMA B43 VPUB account. This includes responsibility for commandwide allocation and distribution of all funds belonging to the account.
j. Is the USEUCOM executive agent for American Forces Network radio and television issues.
k. Oversees and controls the content on Army in Europe public websites.
l. Manages the USAREUR homepage (http://www.hqusareur.army.mil).
m. Maintains the USAREUR public webserver in coordination with the Headquarters C4 Support Division.
n. Coordinates with IMCOM-Europe and its public affairs staff and provides senior commander and higher headquarters guidance to IMCOM-Europe on public affairs matters when required.
o. Provides input for all USAREUR base plans and orders.
p. Serves as the POC for community-relations support throughout the USAREUR AOR.
12-1. COMMAND SURGEON
The Command Surgeon (CSURG), USAREUR, is responsible for providing information, recommendations, and professional medical advice to the USAREUR Command Group, the HQ USAREUR/7A staff, and commanders of USAREUR MSCs. The CSURG also maintains information on the status, capabilities, and recruitment for health-service support to USAREUR, and plans, develops, and coordinates policy for providing that support. The CSURG is responsible for
a. Supporting the HQ USAREUR/7A staff as the functional medical adviser.
b. Investigating and reporting conditions affecting the health of the members of the command.
c. Supervising measures taken to prevent and control disease.
d. Supervising unit-level medical training.
e. Overseeing the Family Advocacy Program in the European theater.
f. Controlling and overseeing telemedicine services.
g. Providing Title 10 oversight to deployed medical units.
h. Planning and monitoring health-service support to sustain daily operations and during deployment of forces.
i. Coordinating with higher, lateral, and subordinate commands for all aspects of health-service-support policy.
j. Projecting medical support requirements for training and CONOPS.
k. Performing functional control of Army Medical Department management branch personnel.
l. Planning for and monitoring the provision of daily and long-range operations.
m. Managing the USAREUR medical force structure.
n. Planning and coordinating strategy and policy with allied nations on compatibility and feasibility of multinational CONOPS, plans (including CONPLANs), and international agreements.
o. Serving as the functional adviser to USAREUR and the United States Army Europe Regional Medical Command (ERMC) for medical operations, logistics, and plans.
p. Managing medical Reserve affairs for USAREUR and ERMC.
13-1. INSPECTOR GENERAL
The USAREUR Inspector General (IG) is on the personal staff of the CG. The mission of the IG is to determine the state of the command’s economy, efficiency, discipline, morale, mission performance, training, and readiness as directed by the CG. AR 20-1 prescribes the following IG responsibilities:
a. Monitor the effectiveness of IG functions (teaching and training, inspections, investigations, and assistance) within the command and inform the CG of this effectiveness and other matters concerning IG functions over subordinate offices throughout Europe, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Kosovo (a U.N.-protected area in Serbia).
b. Provide assistance on an area basis (or as directed by The Inspector General (TIG) of the Army) to commanders, Soldiers, Family members, civilian employees, retirees, and others who seek help with problems related to the U.S. Army. Enter information into the Inspector General Action Request System (IGARS) database to support trends analyses.
c. Conduct inspections as directed by the Secretary of the Army, Chief of Staff of the Army, TIG, or the CG, or as prescribed by law or regulation. This includes
(1) Reporting inspection results to the directing authority with findings, applicable root causes, recommended solutions, and a recommended person or agency charged with implementing each solution.
(2) Teaching policy, procedures, systems, and processes to help inspected activities improve operations and efficiency and meet command objectives.
(3) Providing an impartial status report to the directing authority on the operational and administrative effectiveness of the command.
(4) Disseminating information, innovative ideas, and lessons learned as the result of inspections and changes in policy.
d. Conduct investigations and
(1) Conduct inquiries as directed by the CG or TIG or as prescribed by law or regulation, and provide a report of these investigations and inquiries to the directing authority.
(2) Report to the TIG any inspector general action request (IGAR) that includes an allegation against a master sergeant, sergeant major, command sergeant major, or any officer in the grade of major through colonel.
(3) Report to the TIG any IGAR that includes an allegation against any person assigned to a special access program or sensitive activity as defined in AR 380-381.
(4) Report allegations against all Army IGs (both uniformed and civilian) to the next-higher echelon IG for action.
(5) Report directly to the TIG all allegations of impropriety by general officers, promotable colonels, members of the SES, and other DA civilian employees of comparable grade or position.
(6) Report allegations of whistleblower or other types of reprisal that meet the minimum requirements in DODD 7050.06 to the TIG.
(7) Refer suspected Law of War violations immediately to the chain of command for action. In addition, immediately report suspected Law of War violations using confidential means to the next higher echelon IG for information.
e. When directed by the CG or when required, conduct followup assessments of inspections to evaluate the adequacy and effectiveness of the corrective action taken.
f. Review management control requirements and responsibilities, to include complying with the basic requirements of management control in AR 11-2 and assisting the local office responsible for management control.
g. Provide intelligence oversight of intelligence activities and components within the command (Executive Order 12333, DOD 5240.1-R, AR 381-10). IGs will inspect intelligence activities as part of their Organizational Inspection Program and report any questionable activities (AR 381-10, procedure 15) to HQDA. Included in the definition of “intelligence components” are the intelligence units that support unified commands; intelligence offices (and their subordinate intelligence units and offices) supporting military commanders at all echelons; and other DA components performing intelligence activities (AR 381-10).
h. Train acting IGs and administrative support personnel who are not required to attend The Inspector General School.
i. Cooperate and coordinate with local internal review and audit compliance offices in connection with the performance of any inspection or investigation to preclude duplication of effort. Provide external inspection and audit reports and other information to the local internal review and audit compliance office as required.
j. Manage IG information and IG records, to include
(1) Providing management, technical support, and service for the Inspector General Network-Europe domain.
(2) Serving as the IG office of record on behalf of the Secretary of the Army for local IG records and as the IG office of inquiry for all other tasked cases, and maintaining positive control of IG records.
(3) Processing requests for release of information under the Freedom of Information Act and for access and amendment of IG records under the Privacy Act.
k. Provide staff functions as required, to include participating in the budget cycle and participating in the staff coordination process of policy and procedural documents within the sphere of IG activities and authority.
l. Provide IG support for HQ IMCOM-Europe, installation-tenant organizations, installation activities under IMCOM-Europe, activities of other commands under the senior mission commander’s operational control, and other Army agencies.
m. Inspect the effectiveness of and compliance with the Army’s Voting Assistance Program in USAREUR each year and report the results to the TIG by 30 November.
14-1. JUDGE ADVOCATE
The USAREUR Judge Advocate is the CG’s legal advisor. The Judge Advocate has direct access to the CG on military justice matters pursuant to Article 6 of the Uniform Code of Military Justice (10 USC 806) and is responsible for
a. Assisting the CG and HQ USAREUR/7A staff offices by providing legal reviews of USAREUR programs and activities.
b. Advising the USAREUR Command Group, the HQ USAREUR/7A staff, commanders of USAREUR commands, and IMCOM-Europe on legal matters affecting the Army in Europe.
c. Identifying legal issues and participating in determining legally acceptable decisions.
d. Supervising the delivery of legal services throughout USAREUR, ensuring proper force structure, and assigning personnel (including issuing assignment instructions) for Judge Advocate General Corps personnel (active and Reserve) in the USAREUR AOR.
e. Providing technical supervision and training for all active and Reserve judge advocate components and civilian legal personnel in the USAREUR AOR.
f. Establishing and monitoring preventive-law programs designed to protect Soldiers, civilians accompanying the Force, and their Family members.
14-2. EXECUTIVE OFFICE
The Executive Office assists and advises the Judge Advocate on personnel policy matters, procedures, and programs affecting the management and delivery of legal services. The Executive Office is the theater personnel manager for all military legal personnel, including warrant officers, judge advocates, and paralegals. This involves managing all aspects of personnel assignments, strength management, force development, and legal service support plans. This office provides executive services for DVs and manages office resources. The Executive Office is responsible for
a. Managing the Judge Advocate’s continuing legal education programs.
b. Managing and implementing Judge Advocate personnel augmentation to support deployment, operations, and sustainment missions.
c. Coordinating overseas deployment training and IMA and other Reserve actions involving training, mobilization, or temporary duties (including temporary tours of active duty).
d. Developing and executing DV visits. This includes theaterwide Article 6 visits and regularly contacting and inspecting USAREUR branch offices and assigned judge advocate personnel.
e. Supporting and managing USAREUR-wide legal automation capabilities.
14-3. CLAIMS DIVISION
The Claims Division is the U.S. Army “command claims service” under AR 27-20, paragraph 1-10, responsible for the USEUCOM and USAREUR AORs. The Claims Division is responsible for investigating, negotiating, adjudicating, and supervising the processing, settlement, and payment of noncontractual claims for and against the United States in the USEUCOM and USAREUR AORs for which the Army is either directly liable or has single-Service claims responsibility. The Claims Division is responsible for
a. Advising the Judge Advocate and HQ USAREUR/7A staff officers on potential liability and other claims-related matters in the USAREUR and USEUCOM AORs.
b. Providing administrative oversight, supervision, and training for all claims offices in the USAREUR AOR, including 5 area claims offices and 19 field offices in Belgium, Germany, Italy, and the Netherlands that process household goods, privately owned vehicles (POVs), and tort claims of Soldiers and civilian employees.
c. Negotiating, coordinating with, and providing training for the Receiving State claims offices in each NATO and PfP country to verify U.S. involvement and to ensure the prompt and fair processing of claims of foreign nationals filed under the NATO SOFA and PfP agreements. Reimbursement for the Receiving State claims offices will be according to the International Agreement Claims Act.
d. Investigating, negotiating, adjudicating, and taking final action on
(1) Claims against the United States filed by U.S. Soldiers, civilian employees, and Family members arising under the Military Claims Act.
(2) The ex gratia (nonscope) claims of foreign residents under the Foreign Claims Act in NATO and PfP countries.
(3) Both scope and nonscope claims filed by foreign residents of non-NATO and PfP countries in the USAREUR AOR.
14-4. CONTRACT AND FISCAL LAW DIVISION
The Contract and Fiscal Law Division provides legal advice to HQ USAREUR/7A staff offices and USAREUR MSCs. Categories of legal advice include contract law, fiscal law, foreign taxation, joint-use agreements, international logistics, and other acquisition-related issues. The Contract and Fiscal Law Division is responsible for
a. Serving as the principal legal advisor to HQ USAREUR/7A staff officers on APF procurement matters. This includes coordinating with the command counsel at USACCE or with other contracting activity chief counsel on legal issues involving USAREUR procurement handled by those organizations.
b. Rendering formal legal opinions or coordinating on the following subjects:
(1) Disposal of excess property.
(3) Procurement irregularities.
(4) Real estate operations.
(5) Storage of war materials.
c. Advising HQ USAREUR/7A staff offices on matters of policy and procedures arising from the implementation of the ACSA statute (formerly known as the NATO Mutual Support Act of 1979).
d. Advising on the DOD Foreign Tax-Relief Program.
e. Evaluating and acting on reports and requests relating to NAF procurement irregularities.
f. Providing formal legal opinions and coordination on proposed interservice, interdepartmental, and international agreements.
g. Providing formal and informal legal opinions and coordination on fiscal law matters to the G8 and resource managers throughout the command.
h. Assisting the Department of Justice and the HQDA Contract and Fiscal Law Division with litigation arising from procurement-related claims in coordination with the chief counsel of the responsible contracting activity.
14-5. INTERNATIONAL LAW AND OPERATIONS DIVISION
The International Law and Operations Division provides legal advice to HQ USAREUR/7A staff offices and USAREUR MSCs on international, foreign, and operational law. The International Law and Operations Division is responsible for
a. Providing legal advice to members of the USAREUR Command Group and HQ USAREUR/7A staff officers who are engaged in negotiations of international agreements with HN governments where U.S. Forces are or will be located.
b. Serving as principal legal advisor to USAREUR on all aspects of operational law, including compliance with the Law of War.
c. Providing legal advice to the CG’s LO at the U.S. Embassy in Berlin (para 2-14).
d. Serving as the action agency for the discharge of the CG’s responsibilities as the designated commanding officer for foreign criminal jurisdiction matters in Belgium, Germany, and the Netherlands.
e. Serving as the central liaison agency for the service of all documents arising out of German noncriminal proceedings on U.S. Forces personnel in Germany.
f. Monitoring civil litigation involving matters of interest to USAREUR and providing advice on international law questions requiring expertise in German law.
g. Reviewing and analyzing operational agreements (for example, United Nations Mission in Kosovo and United Nations Mission in Bosnia and Herzegovina regulations, military technical agreements).
h. Providing technical support to judge advocates deployed throughout the USAREUR AOR or who are preparing to deploy.
i. Supporting the planning and execution of current operations by HQ USAREUR/7A and USAREUR commands, with particular emphasis on HQ USAREUR/7A responsibility as the administrative control command for all U.S. Army Forces in the USEUCOM AOR.
j. Analyzing legal authority to conduct FP activities in a Receiving State. This includes supporting the development of combined SOPs to maximize the effects of combined operations.
k. Reviewing the legal basis for combined operations throughout the USEUCOM AOR.
l. Serving as principal legal advisor to USAREUR on German law as it applies to USAREUR.
m. Serving as the proponent for Army in Europe regulations on foreign criminal justice.
14-6. MILITARY AND CIVIL LAW DIVISION
The Military and Civil Law Division provides legal advice to HQ USAREUR/7A and IMCOM-Europe, as well as guidance to USAREUR MSCs, USAREUR specialized commands, and command judge advocates on administrative and civil law matters, military justice matters, and legal assistance matters. The Military and Civil Law Division is responsible for
a. Serving as the primary legal advisor to the USAREUR Inspector General (chap 13).
b. Serving as the ethics counselor for HQ USAREUR/7A and HQ IMCOM-Europe.
c. Serving as the USAREUR senior labor counselor by providing advice to HQ USAREUR/7A, HQ IMCOM-Europe, and other activities in the USAREUR AOR on matters relating to U.S. employment and discrimination law. This primarily involves providing advice on how to develop, review, and implement regulations. It may, however, include providing technical oversight and direction to subordinate-level legal activities that provide agency representation or direct-support employment law functions in the USAREUR AOR.
d. Advising HQ USAREUR/7A and HQ IMCOM-Europe on the release of information under the Freedom of Information Act and Privacy Act.
e. Advising HQ USAREUR/7A and HQ IMCOM-Europe on ethics issues that arise in the areas of travel, transportation, gifts, and the use of Government resources.
f. Serving as the proponent for Army in Europe regulations on civilian misconduct, military justice, and regulated activities.
g. Overseeing the USAREUR Income Tax Program.
15-1. PROVOST MARSHAL
The USAREUR Provost Marshal is responsible for
a. Providing staff and technical supervision over USAREUR military police (MP) operations, plans, and policy.
b. Advising the USAREUR Command Group, HQ USAREUR/7A, USAREUR subordinate commands, and IMCOM-Europe on
(1) AT matters.
(2) Crime prevention.
(3) Law enforcement.
(4) Military confinement operations.
(5) MP combat, combat support, and combat service support plans, operations, and contingencies.
(6) MP wartime and peacetime force structure and resource management.
(7) Physical security techniques and equipment.
c. Managing the military working dog (MWD) program and monitoring the use and deployment of MWDs to support operational, President of the United States, and Department of State missions.
d. Managing the registration of POVs and weapons registries and vehicle-operator training, testing, and licensing procedures.
e. Establishing plans, policy, and procedures for using the Provost Marshal budget.
f. Supervising, managing, developing, and conducting USAREUR military customs inspection programs and agriculture preclearance operations.
g. Serving as the IMCOM-Europe Provost Marshal.
h. Serving as the USEUCOM executive agent for provost marshal matters governed by the NATO SOFA.
i. Serving as the CG USAREUR Customs Executive Agent (CEA) for the U.S. Forces and U.S. Forces members in Germany (AE Reg 550-175). The USAREUR Provost Marshal is the U.S. Forces liaison with the FMOF and represents the U.S. Forces in HN customs and tax matters. This includes the following:
(1) Coordinating customs policy, customs procedures, exemptions to the customs and tax provisions of the NATO SOFA and SA, implementing agreements, and other customs laws, ordinances, and agreements that affect the U.S. Forces and U.S. Forces members in Germany.
(2) Concluding administrative customs arrangements with the FMOF.
(3) Investigating customs and tax violations.
(4) Inspecting movement documents and Form 302, which is used to transport and clear official consignments when crossing German borders.
(5) Administering customs-control documents for U.S. Forces personnel in Germany.
(6) Inspecting U.S. Forces personnel, their property, and U.S. Forces Government cargo entering or exiting Germany as prescribed by AE Regulation 550-175.
(7) Being the SOFA-status extension authority for U.S. Forces personnel.
15-2. RESOURCE MANAGEMENT BRANCH
The Resource Management Branch provides the USAREUR Provost Marshal and USAG provost marshal offices (PMOs) with budgetary support for all phases of the Army PPBES. In addition, the Resource Management Branch is responsible for manpower and management programs and U.S. and LN civilian personnel time-and-attendance actions. Specific branch responsibilities include
a. Managing and executing all DOD and DA management programs such as the MCP, Army Ideas for Excellence Program, and Service-Based Costing.
b. Monitoring civilian end-strength levels and comparing them with allocated civilian manpower resources to ensure actual strength levels remain within approved funding levels.
c. Preparing, justifying, and providing manpower management information to HQDA to support PPBES processes.
d. Developing long-range plans (POM, RG, command budget estimate, resource management update, IPL) and budget estimates for submission and incorporation into the USAREUR budget for law-enforcement, FP, and AT missions.
e. Drafting and interpreting guidance on budget formulation for the USAREUR Provost Marshal and USAG PMOs.
f. Distributing funds to the USAREUR Provost Marshal’s offices, USAG PMOs, and FP offices, and implementing internal controls to manage and obligate funds.
g. Managing and processing manpower and personnel actions.
h. Managing the supply section.
15-3. CUSTOMS EXECUTIVE AGENCY
The Customs Executive Agency has operational management and technical supervision of the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) preclearance inspection programs throughout the USEUCOM AOR. This agency also provides technical supervision of the NATO SOFA HN customs and tax-enforcement mission, the administration of customs-control documents, the inspection of U.S. Forces personnel and their personal property and U.S. Forces cargo entering or exiting Germany, and the inspection of movement documents when crossing German borders. The Customs Executive Agency is responsible for
a. Establishing and providing procedural guidance and maintaining quality control over the USEUCOM USDA and Military Customs Border Clearance Inspection Program.
b. Planning, coordinating, and executing all customs and agriculture preclearance inspections of DOD personnel and equipment at aerial and sea ports of debarkation locations for all USEUCOM CONOPS and exercises.
c. Serving as the USEUCOM POC for U.S. border-clearance matters.
d. Responding to technical U.S. import inquiries and coordinating with Federal agencies as required.
e. Coordinating and conducting senior military customs border-control agent certification.
f. Supervising military customs customer-service offices.
g. Arranging for joint investigations and inspections of U.S. Forces sales facilities.
h. Effecting customs controls on U.S. Forces military airfields as prescribed by AE Regulation 550-175.
i. Maintaining a records repository parallel to the German Customs Administration.
j. Investigating thefts and diversion of tax- and duty-free items and helping German law-enforcement authorities investigate customs and tax offenses.
k. Coordinating and facilitating compliance with HN law on Interagency Fleet Management System property disposal, AAFES car sales, and the disposal or sale of other U.S. items or material.
15-4. NATO SOFA OFFICE
The NATO SOFA Office is the proponent of the tri-Service regulation on U.S. Forces customs controls in Germany (AE Reg 550-175); U.S. Forces customs documents; and for developing, negotiating, and issuing customs policy and procedures that apply to members of the Force, the civilian component, and their dependents (Family members), as well as personnel who do not have status under international agreements in Germany. The NATO SOFA Office is the POC for the U.S. Forces in Germany on customs legal opinions, technical advice and guidance, customs legal interpretations, and assessments with regard to the customs and tax provisions of the NATO SOFA, the SA, German customs law and regulations, U.S. Forces customs law, U.S. Forces customs ordinances, and European Union customs and tax policy. The NATO SOFA is responsible for
a. Negotiating and preparing U.S.-German administrative arrangements and agreements between the CEA and the German FMOF to accommodate U.S. personnel not covered by the NATO SOFA, the SA, and implementing agreements to them. This includes the coordination of customs and tax exceptions for personnel of the Sending States Forces assigned to NATO headquarters and multinational institutions in Germany and personnel at U.S. embassies and consulate offices in Germany not having status under international agreements.
b. Coordinating with the FMOF on exceptions and changes to U.S. Forces customs documents and for resolving any related special inquiries and controversial customs or tax problems.
c. Developing customs policy, directives, and instructions for implementing the NATO SOFA HN customs and tax mission. This includes reviewing regulations with a customs or tax effect and publications and policy memorandums dealing with individual logistical support; vehicle or weapons registration; transportation; travel; rationing policy; tax-free purchases from local businesses; petroleum, oils, and lubricants (POL) sales; AAFES operating procedures; rod and gun clubs; golf club procedures; and other private organizations.
d. Coordinating with the FMOF on customs and tax policy and measures to ensure the smooth and rapid clearance of imports and exports for U.S. Forces personnel. This includes negotiating solutions to complex customs-law issues such as import and export issues for U.S. Forces personnel in the European Union when dealing with customs and tax exemptions for personal effects imported into Germany.
e. Coordinating exceptions with the FMOF to the customs and tax provisions of the NATO SOFA and SA, and for negotiating and developing, in coordination with the FMOF and on an exception-to-policy basis, customs programs to support the U.S. Forces and U.S. Forces personnel (such as the domestic nanny program; POV-operating authorizations program; military-to-military customs program; shopping agent authorization program; retiree, widow, retired Reservists, and unaccompanied dependents customs program; in loco parentis program to support U.S. Forces deployments and operations; SOFA-status extensions for Family members).
f. Establishing customs-control procedures in coordination with the FMOF to prevent violations in the area of customs and taxes by
(1) Supervising and ensuring continuity and consistency in HN customs policy affecting the U.S. Forces and U.S. Forces personnel in Germany.
(2) Maintaining liaison with German Government officials to ensure the implementation of the customs and tax provisions of the SOFA and the administrative arrangements and agreements concluded with the FMOF.
15-5. VEHICLE REGISTRY BRANCH
The Vehicle Registry Branch is a NAF instrumentality with the mission of providing vehicle registration, drivers licenses, and weapons registration for American forces stationed in Germany as specified in the SA and other administrative arrangements with the German Government. The mission requires compliance with German law as well as U.S. Forces regulations. The Vehicle Registry Branch is responsible for
a. Providing a central registry for the registration of all U.S. Forces POVs, issuing, U.S. Forces POV drivers licenses, and registering privately owned weapons.
b. Providing centralized storage of compulsory third-party liability insurance records for all U.S. Forces-registered vehicles in Germany to comply with Article 10 of the SA.
c. Maintaining drivers license records (including traffic offense records) in Germany and serving as the POC for the U.S. Forces for information to both German and American law-enforcement agencies in accordance with the SA, U.S. law, and prescribing Service regulations.
d. Withdrawing driving privileges based on offenses and requests from HN legal and police authorities and implementing Service directives.
e. Maintaining records of lost or stolen POVs, license plates, and privately owned firearms. This information is provided to U.S. and German authorities on a recurring basis to help them retrieve and prevent illegal use of vehicles, license plates, and firearms.
f. Assisting in the identification of individuals who have committed traffic violations or crimes and individuals who are involved in accidents for police, legal, and judicial agencies of U.S. or German authorities.
g. Exercising staff supervision of field registration stations and drivers testing stations in Germany, including annual inspections, to certify their compliance with regulatory requirements and authorization for continued operation. This branch also serves as the approval authority to open and close these stations.
h. Developing procedures for POV driver training and testing, and serving as the proponent for all USAREUR regulatory procedures to implement these requirements in the European theater.
15-6. LAW ENFORCEMENT BRANCH
The Law Enforcement Branch is the proponent for developing, publishing, and monitoring plans, programs, policy, and procedures for USAREUR law enforcement. The Law Enforcement Branch is responsible for
a. Advising the USAREUR Command Group, HQ USAREUR/7A staff, and USAREUR commanders on
(1) Desertion and extradition actions.
(2) Drug and Alcohol Resistance Education (DARE).
(3) Child Abuse Prevention and Intervention Training (CAPIT).
(4) Gang Resistance Education and Training (GREAT).
(5) Intelligence crime data (collection and analysis).
(6) Law-enforcement policy and regulations.
(7) MP investigations.
(8) MP liaison with the United States Army Criminal Investigations Command.
(9) MP operations.
(10) MWD Program.
(11) System administration of the Centralized Operations Police Suite (COPS).
(12) Police intelligence operations (PIO) information.
(13) Repeat-offenders roster.
(14) Serious incident reporting.
(15) USAREUR community automation system interface.
(16) USAREUR crime-prevention policy.
(17) USAREUR MP automation.
b. Performing crime-data analyses, LAN and WAN management and training, MP information program management, IT accreditation, telephone control, automation budget, and procurement and proponent functions to support COPS.
c. Providing policy, guidance, and technical oversight for employment, training, and certification of MWD assets.
d. Supporting President of the United States and Secretary of State security missions in the European theater.
e. Coordinating repair and utilities support for HN law-enforcement liaison systems.
f. Serving as a law-enforcement adviser. This responsibility includes the following:
(1) Managing and coordinating MP regulations.
(2) Issuing law-enforcement policy.
(3) Coordinating input for the installation status report program.
(4) Managing the Motorola maintenance contract and life-cycle replacements for the MP community.
(5) Coordinating input for the Federal Aviation Administration program.
(6) Coordinating Service-Based-Costing and Activity-Based-Costing input.
(7) Processing Freedom of Information Act and Privacy Act requests.
(8) Updating briefings for the USAREUR Provost Marshal.
(9) Coordinating HN police support.
(10) Providing guidance and technical oversight for the development of security plans for high-level USAREUR events.
g. Planning and coordinating law-enforcement support in the European theater, including planning and coordinating with HNs for assistance when needed.
h. Providing IT support and life-cycle management to Office of the Provost Marshal, HQ USAREUR/7A, and local PMOs.
i. Managing Military Police Management Information System (MPMIS) support.
j. Maintaining staff oversight of internment and confinement operations.
k. Maintaining a PIO system that includes MP, criminal investigation division, military intelligence, and local authorities to exchange information.
15-7. SECURITY OPERATIONS BRANCH
The Security Operations Branch coordinates, advises, monitors, and tracks the AT/FP, Physical Security, and Conventional Security Programs. The Security Operations Branch is responsible for managing
a. The theater physical security policy and program according to AE Regulation 190-13.
b. The theater installation-access control policy and program and the Installation-Access Control System according to AE Regulation 190-16.
c. USAREUR electronic security systems policy, programs, and funding for installation, upgrades, and maintenance.
d. The USAREUR personal security program. This includes the following:
(1) HRP security validation and support for USAREUR HRPs.
(2) Heavy armored vehicle and security-escort vehicle support for USAREUR HRPs.
(3) The domicile-to-duty program and unofficial travel program and authorization.
(4) Senior official AT training and drivers training.
(5) Oversight of protective service operations.
e. The United States Army Europe security-equipment workgroup, which is the theater proponent for all matters of physical security and FP research, evaluation, and procurement.
f. The USAREUR and IMCOM-Europe Contract Security Guard Program and all related funding.
15-8. PLANS BRANCH
The Plans Branch is the proponent for all MP war, contingency, and deployment operations planning. The branch plans and coordinates exercise support, taskings, and MP force structure issues for USAREUR. The Plans Branch is responsible for
a. Developing and determining MP force structure requirements and allocations to support USAREUR peacetime and contingency operations.
b. Coordinating and providing support to MP units participating in CONOPS.
c. Planning and coordinating MP operations by preparing estimates, plans, orders, and annexes to support USAREUR OPLANs and CONPLANs.
d. Developing, coordinating, and supervising MP participation in all theater exercises.
e. Recommending the selection of MP units for participation in Army or combined exercises.
f. Managing theater MP support to the USEUCOM and USAREUR Joint Combined Training and Security Cooperation Programs.
g. Managing MP portions of USAREUR MTOEs and TDAs.
h. Providing oversight of equipment-fielding initiatives.
i. Providing oversight of the Active Army structure (including input to Army command plans, MP force modernization planning, and TAA).
j. Serving as the MP liaison to the G3 for development councils and workgroups to support planning and coordination of current operations and future plans.
k. Representing the USAREUR Provost Marshal at the USAREUR Deployment Operations Center and Crisis Action Team when activated.
l. Planning and coordinating MP taskings in the USAREUR AOR.
m. Serving as the MP functional area review manager.
n. Serving as MP review manager for national, joint, NATO, and theater strategy and policy.
o. Serving as liaison and conducting planning for MP actions that support USAREUR and Army transformation.
p. Conducting force-generation planning and coordinating sources for community law enforcement.
q. Planning and coordinating Reserve component MP support for theater missions.
r. Maintaining liaison and coordinating with MP principals at HQDA and other major U.S. headquarters.
s. Processing incoming and outgoing operational messages.
STAFF FINANCE AND ACCOUNTING OFFICER
16-1. STAFF FINANCE AND ACCOUNTING OFFICER
The USAREUR Staff Finance and Accounting Officer (SFAO) is the HQ USAREUR/7A functional title for the Commander, 266th FINCOM. The SFAO is responsible for
a. Establishing USAREUR finance and accounting policy and procedures.
b. Advising the USAREUR Command Group, the HQ USAREUR/7A staff, and USAREUR commanders on financial and accounting issues.
c. Maintaining functional responsibility for military pay, travel pay, NAF accounting, and quality assurance.
USAREUR MAJOR SUBORDINATE AND SPECIALIZED COMMANDS
USAREUR Major Subordinate Commands
21st Theater Sustainment Command
United States Army Southern European Task Force
Seventh United States Army Joint Multinational Training Command
7th Army Reserve Command
266th Finance Command
1st Personnel Command
18th Engineer Brigade
214th Aviation Regiment
USAREUR Specialized Commands
5th Signal Command (note)
66th Military Intelligence Group (note)
202d Military Police Group
United States Army Europe Regional Medical Command
United States Army Europe Regional Dental Command
United States Army Contracting Command, Europe
405th Army Field Support Battalion
NOTE: The 5th Signal Command and 66th Military Intelligence Group are under the operational|
control of the CG, USAREUR/7A. The DCG, USAREUR/7A, oversees all other USAREUR
specialized commands for issues that relate to USAREUR.
NATO Status of Forces Agreement (SOFA)
Supplementary Agreement (SA) to the NATO SOFA
Executive Order 12333, United States Intelligence Activities
Military Claims Act
Foreign Claims Act
International Agreements Claims Act
Uniform Code of Military Justice (section 806, Title 10, United States Code)
Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Instruction 2300.02D, Coordination of Overseas Force Structure Changes
Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Manual 3500.03B, Joint Training Manual for the Armed Forces of the United States
DOD Directive 7050.06, Military Whistleblower Protection
DOD 5240.1-R, Procedures Governing the Activities of DOD Intelligence Components That Affect United States Persons
AR 11-1, Command Logistics Review Program (CLRP)
AR 11-2, Management Control
AR 11-7, Internal Review and Audit Compliance Program
AR 20-1, Inspector General Activities and Procedures
AR 25-1, Army Knowledge Management and Information Technology
AR 25-400-2, The Army Records Information Management System (ARIMS)
AR 27-20, Claims
AR 350-1, Army Training and Leader Development
AR 380-381, Special Access Program (SAPs) and Sensitive Activities
AR 381-10, U.S. Army Intelligence Activities
AR 385-10, The Army Safety Program
AR 601-280, Army Retention Program
AR 700-128, Prime Power Program
United States Army Training and Doctrine Command Regulation 350-50-3, Battle Command Training Program
FM 100-13, Battlefield Coordination Detachment (BCD)
USEUCOM Directive 30-6, Administration of Civilian Employees in the U.S. European Command (USEUCOM) Area of Responsibility (AOR)
USEUCOM Directive 55-11, USEUCOM Theater Command and Control Policy
USEUCOM Directive 55-29, USEUCOM Training and Exercise Program
USEUCOM Directive 55-41, USEUCOM Joint Force Headquarters (JFHQ) Certification Program
AE Regulation 1-3, International and Other Agreements
AE Regulation 1-7, Support Agreement
AE Regulation 1-10, Staff Procedures
AE Regulation 1-40, Hosting Official Visitors
AE Regulation 25-400-2, Army in Europe Record Information Management
AE Regulation 36-1, Audits and Followups
AE Regulation 190-13, The Army in Europe Physical Security Program
AE Regulation 190-16, Installation-Access Control
AE Regulation 350-1, Training in the Army in Europe
AE Regulation 415-22, NATO Security Investment Program
AE Regulation 525-13, Antiterrorism
AE Regulation 550-175, U.S. Forces Customs Controls in Germany
AE Regulation 672-1, Army in Europe Annual Incentive Awards Ceremony
DA Form 2028, Recommended Changes to Publications and Blank Forms
Form 302, Import/Export Customs Declaration
7th ARCOM||7th Army Reserve Command|
|19th BSD||19th Battlefield Coordination Detachment|
|266th FINCOM||266th Finance Command|
|405th AFSB||405th Army Field Support Battalion|
|409th CSB||409th Contracting Support Brigade|
|AAFES||Army and Air Force Exchange Service|
|AARK||Automated Route Reconnaissance Kit|
|ACSA||acquisition and cross-servicing agreement|
|AE||Army in Europe|
|AG-1(CP)||Office of the Assistant G-1, Civilian Personnel, Headquarters, Department of the Army|
|AMC||United States Army Materiel Command|
|AOC||air operations center|
|AOR||area of responsibility|
|APE||Army Program Element|
|APS||Army prepositioned stocks|
|ASAP||Army Substance Abuse Program|
|ATO||air tasking order|
|BFT||blue force tracking|
|BPersVG|| Bundespersonalvertretungsgesetz (German Personnel Representation Law)|
|C2||command and control|
|C4||command, control, communications, and computers|
|CAPIT||Child Abuse Prevention and Intervention Training|
|CBRNE||chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear, and high-yield explosives|
|CEA||customs executive agent|
|CENTCOM||United States Central Command|
|CG||Commanding General, United States Army Europe and Seventh Army|
|CJCSM||Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff manual|
|CLRP||Command Logistics Review Program|
|CNE-C6F||Commander, U.S. Naval Forces Europe/Commander, U.S. Sixth Fleet|
|CofS||Chief of Staff, Headquarters, United States Army Europe and Seventh Army|
|CONUS||continental United States|
|COP||common operational picture|
|COPS||Centralized Operations Police Suite|
|COR||contracting officer’s representative|
|CPA||Chief, Public Affairs, United States Army Europe|
|CPAC||civilian personnel advisory center|
|CPC||civilian personnel council|
|CPD||Civilian Personnel Directorate, Office of the Deputy Chief of Staff, G1, Headquarters, United States Army Europe and Seventh Army|
|CPM||career program manager|
|CPOC||Civilian Personnel Operations Center|
|CSL||cooperative security location|
|CSM||Command Sergeant Major, United States Army Europe and Seventh Army|
|CSURG||Command Surgeon, United States Army Europe|
|CVAMP||Core Vulnerability Assessment Management Program|
|DA||Department of the Army|
|DAIG||Department of the Army Inspector General|
|DARE||Drug and Alcohol Resistance Education|
|DCG||Deputy Commanding General, United States Army Europe and Seventh Army|
|DCPDS||Defense Civilian Personnel Data System|
|DCPS||Defense Civilian Pay System|
|DCSENGR||Deputy Chief of Staff, Engineer, United States Army Europe|
|DFAS||Defense Finance and Accounting Service|
|DIMA||drilling individual mobilization augmentee|
|DISA||Defense Information Systems Agency|
|DLA-E||Defense Logistics Agency-Europe|
|DOCPER||DOD Contractor Personnel Office|
|DOD||Department of Defense|
|DODD||Department of Defense directive|
|DODDS||Department of Defense Dependents Schools|
|DODIG||Department of Defense Inspector General|
|DTS-L||Defense Travel System - Limited|
|EEOO||Equal Employment Opportunity Office, Office of the Deputy Chief of Staff, G1, Headquarters, United States Army Europe and Seventh Army|
|EOD||explosive ordnance disposal|
|ERMC||United States Army Europe Regional Medical Command|
|FBCB2||Force XXI Battle Command Brigade and Below|
|FFE||field force engineering|
|FFPO||Foreign Forces Payroll Office|
|FMOF||[German] Federal Ministry of Finance|
|FORSCOM||United States Army Forces Command|
|FOS||forward operating site|
|FPCON||force protection condition|
|GAO||United States Government Accountability Office|
|GCCS||Global Command and Control System|
|GCCS-A||Global Command and Control System-Army|
|GFM||global force management|
|GI&S||geospatial information and services|
|GPC||Government purchase card|
|GR2||global rebasing and restructuring|
|GREAT||Gang Resistance Education and Training|
|GWOT||Global War on Terrorism|
|HHC||headquarters and headquarters company|
|HQDA||Headquarters, Department of the Army|
|HQ USAREUR/7A ||Headquarters, United States Army Europe and Seventh Army|
|HWC||Head Works Council, United States Army Europe|
|I2AT||information infrastructure assurance team|
|IAVA||information assurance vulnerability alert|
|IGAR||inspector general assistance request|
|IGARS||Inspector General Action Request System|
|IMA||individual mobilization augmentee|
|IMCOM-Europe||United States Army Installation Management Command, Europe Region|
|INSCOM||United States Army Intelligence and Security Command|
|IPL||integrated priority list|
|IRACO||Internal Review and Audit Compliance Office, Headquarters,United States Army Europe and Seventh Army|
|IRF||immediate response force|
|ISR||intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance|
|JCIG||joint coordination and integration group|
|JCPC||joint civilian personnel committee|
|JCS||Joint Chiefs of Staff|
|JFACC||joint forces air component commander|
|JMTC||Seventh United States Army Joint Multinational Training Command|
|JOPES||Joint Operations Planning and Execution System|
|JSCP||Joint Strategic Capabilities Plan|
|JTF||joint task force|
|LAN||local area network|
|MAC||Master Activities Calendar|
|MCA||Military Construction, Army|
|MCP||management control process|
|MDEP||management decision evaluation package|
|METL||mission-essential task list|
|MIPL||Master Integrated Priority List|
|MOU||memorandum of understanding|
|MPMIS||Military Police Management Information System|
|MSC||major subordinate command|
|MTOE||modification table of organization and equipment|
|MWD||military working dog|
|MWR||morale, welfare, and recreation|
|NATO||North Atlantic Treaty Organization|
|NBC||nuclear, biological, and chemical|
|NCR||National Capital Region|
|NEO||noncombatant evacuation operations|
|NSIP||NATO Security Investment Program|
|OCIE||organizational clothing and individual equipment|
|ODCSENGR||Office of the Deputy Chief of Staff, Engineer, Headquarters, United States Army Europe and Seventh Army|
|OMA||Operations and Maintenance, Army|
|ORF||[Secretary of the Army .0012] official representation fund|
|OSD||Office of the Secretary of Defense|
|PARC||Principal Assistant Responsible for Contracting, United States Army Europe|
|PfP||Partnership for Peace|
|PIO||police intelligence operations|
|PKI||public key infrastructure|
|PMO||provost marshal office|
|POC||point of contact|
|POL||petroleum, oils, and lubricants|
|POM||program objective memorandum|
|PPBES||Planning, Programming, Budgeting, and Execution System|
|QASAS||quality-assurance specialist, ammunition surveillance|
|R&R||rest and recuperation|
|RPA||request for personnel action|
|RSOI||reception, staging, onward movement, and integration|
|SA||Supplementary Agreement to the NATO Status of Forces Agreement|
|SCIF||sensitive compartmented information facility|
|SES||Senior Executive Service|
|SFAO||Staff Finance and Accounting Officer, United States Army Europe|
|SGS||Secretary of the General Staff, Headquarters, United States Army Europe and Seventh Army|
|SOFA||Status of Forces Agreement|
|SOP||standing operating procedure|
|STAMIS||Standard Army Management Information System|
|SWO||Staff Weather Office|
|TAA||Total Army Analysis|
| TASS || Tarifvertrag vom 31. August 1971 zur sozialen Sicherung der Arbeitnehmer bei den Stationierungsstreitkräften im Gebiet der Bundesrepublik Deutschland (Social Security Agreement of Employees of the Sending State Forces in the Federal Republic of Germany (Social Security Agreement))|
|TDA||table of distribution and allowances|
|TMD||theater missile defense|
|TIG||The Inspector General|
|TOE||table of organization and equipment|
|TPFDD||time-phased force deployment data|
|TPU||troop program unit|
|TRADOC||United States Army Training and Doctrine Command|
|TRM||training resource module|
|UAV||unmanned aerial vehicle|
|UMT||unit ministry team|
|USAAA||United States Army Audit Agency|
|USACCE||United States Army Contracting Command, Europe|
|USACE||United States Army Corps of Engineers|
|USAFE||United States Air Forces in Europe|
|USAG||United States Army garrison|
|USANATO||United States Army North Atlantic Treaty Organization|
|USAREUR||United States Army Europe|
|USASETAF||United States Army Southern European Task Force|
|USATS||USAREUR Staff Action Tracking System|
|USC||United States Code|
|USDA||United States Department of Agriculture|
|USEUCOM||United States European Command|
|USFLO||United States Forces liaison officer|
|UVCC||USAREUR Visitor Coordination Center|
|VISE||Visual Information Services Europe|
|WAN||wide area network|
Army in Europe
USAREUR, its major subordinate and specialized commands (app A), IMCOM-Europe, and United States Army garrisons.
command group support staff
The offices and agencies that provide support (such as administrative, logistic, resource management, information management) directly to the CG, USAREUR/7A, the DCG, USAREUR/7A, the CSM, USAREUR/7A, and the CofS, HQ USAREUR/7A. The organizations that provide this support are listed in chapter 2, section II.
execute [a budget]
Everything that needs to be done to ensure that funds become available for the purposes for which appropriated and that they are used for these purposes for which Congress appropriated them. This includes allocating funds to various operating levels, establishing controls to ensure funds are properly used, and monitoring and reviewing use of funds to make sure that properly established limits are not exceeded.
The European office of primary responsibility for providing base operations support to the Army in Europe. IMCOM-Europe is one of six regional offices that are directly subordinate to the United States Army Installation Management Command. United States Army garrisons in Europe are subordinate to IMCOM-Europe.
Organizations that are attached or under the tactical, administrative, or operational control of USAREUR to provide expertise or specialized skills essential to supporting forces in the European theater. Specialized commands provide policy and technical support to all of their respective specialized units in the USAREUR area of operations. These commands retain technical linkage to their respective national provider-level (parent) commands.
The USAREUR Command Group, the HQ USAREUR/7A staff, and USAREUR major subordinate and specialized commands (app A).