Headquarters
United States Army Europe and Seventh Army
United States Army Installation Management Command
    Europe Region
Heidelberg, Germany

Army in Europe
Regulation 10-5*

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

Official:

DWAYNE J. VIERGUTZ
Chief, Army in Europe
    Document Management



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).



CONTENTS


CHAPTER 1
GENERAL


CHAPTER 2
USAREUR COMMAND GROUP


CHAPTER 3
DEPUTY CHIEF OF STAFF, G1


CHAPTER 4
DEPUTY CHIEF OF STAFF, G2


CHAPTER 5
DEPUTY CHIEF OF STAFF, G3


CHAPTER 6
DEPUTY CHIEF OF STAFF, G4


CHAPTER 7
DEPUTY CHIEF OF STAFF, ENGINEER


CHAPTER 8
DEPUTY CHIEF OF STAFF, G6


CHAPTER 9
DEPUTY CHIEF OF STAFF, G8


CHAPTER 10
CHAPLAIN


CHAPTER 11
CHIEF, PUBLIC AFFAIRS


CHAPTER 12
COMMAND SURGEON


CHAPTER 13
INSPECTOR GENERAL


CHAPTER 14
JUDGE ADVOCATE


CHAPTER 15
PROVOST MARSHAL


CHAPTER 16
STAFF FINANCE AND ACCOUNTING OFFICER


Appendixes
A. USAREUR Major Subordinate and Specialized Commands
B. References

Figure
1. HQ USAREUR/7A Organization

Glossary



CHAPTER 1
GENERAL


1-1. PURPOSE
This regulation—


1-2. REFERENCES
Appendix B lists references.


1-3. EXPLANATION OF ABBREVIATIONS AND TERMS
The glossary defines abbreviations and terms.


CHAPTER 2
USAREUR COMMAND GROUP


SECTION I
COMMANDING GENERAL, DEPUTY COMMANDING GENERAL, COMMAND SERGEANT MAJOR, AND CHIEF OF STAFF


2-1. COMMANDING GENERAL
The Commanding General (CG) is responsible for—


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—


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—


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—


 

 

Figure 1. HQ USAREUR/7A Organization



SECTION II
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—


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—


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—


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—


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—


2-10. PROTECTIVE SERVICES DIVISION
The Protective Services Division is responsible for—


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—


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—


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—


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—


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—


2-16. OFFICE OF THE FOREIGN POLICY ADVISER
The Office of the Foreign Policy Adviser is responsible for—


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—


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—


2-19. PRINCIPAL ASSISTANT RESPONSIBLE FOR CONTRACTING


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—


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—


CHAPTER 3
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—


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—


3-3. CIVILIAN PERSONNEL DIRECTORATE
The Civilian Personnel Directorate (CPD) is responsible for—


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—


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—


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.


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—


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:


3-4. EQUAL OPPORTUNITY OFFICE
The Equal Opportunity Office is responsible for—


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—


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:


3-7. RETENTION MANAGEMENT DIVISION
The Retention Management Division is responsible for—


CHAPTER 4
DEPUTY CHIEF OF STAFF, G2


4-1. DEPUTY CHIEF OF STAFF, G2
The USAREUR G2 is responsible for military intelligence. The G2—


4-2. OPERATIONS AND INTELLIGENCE DIVISION
The Operations and Intelligence Division—


4-3. PLANS AND ARCHITECTURES DIVISION
The Plans and Architectures Division—


4-4. SPECIAL ACTIVITIES DIVISION
The Special Activities Division—


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—


CHAPTER 5
DEPUTY CHIEF OF STAFF, G3


SECTION I
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:


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—


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—


5-4. EXERCISE DIVISION
The Exercise Division is responsible for the following:


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—


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—


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—


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—


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—


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—


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—


5-12. TRAINING RESOURCE MANAGEMENT DIVISION
The Training Resource Management Division is responsible for—


5-13. 19TH BATTLEFIELD COORDINATION DETACHMENT


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—


SECTION II
AFFILIATED ORGANIZATIONS


5-15. DEPUTY CHIEF OF STAFF FOR MOBILIZATION AND RESERVE AFFAIRS
The Deputy Chief of Staff for Mobilization and Reserve Affairs is responsible for—


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—


5-17. SENIOR ARMY NATIONAL GUARD ADVISER OFFICE
The Senior Army National Guard Adviser Office is responsible for—


5-18. SEVENTH UNITED STATES ARMY JOINT MULTINATIONAL TRAINING COMMAND
The JMTC is responsible for—


5-19. 7TH ARMY RESERVE COMMAND
The 7th ARCOM is responsible for—


CHAPTER 6
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—


6-2. LOGISTICS AUTOMATION DIVISION
The Logistics Automation Division implements, fields, and sustains standard logistic IS. The Logistics Automation Division is responsible for—


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—


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—


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—


6-6. COMMAND LOGISTICS REVIEW TEAM


CHAPTER 7
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—


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—


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—


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—


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—


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—


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—


CHAPTER 8
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—


8-2. ARCHITECTURE DIVISION
The Architecture Division—


8-3. COMMAND, CONTROL, COMMUNICATIONS, COMPUTERS, AND INFORMATION SUPPORT (C4IS) DIVISION
The C4IS Division—


8-4. HEADQUARTERS C4 SUPPORT DIVISION
The Headquarters C4 Support Division is responsible for—


8-5. INFORMATION ASSURANCE DIVISION
The Information Assurance Division—


8-6. RESOURCE MANAGEMENT DIVISION
The Resource Management Division supports the G6 by—


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—


CHAPTER 9
DEPUTY CHIEF OF STAFF, G8


9-1. DEPUTY CHIEF OF STAFF, G8


9-2. BUDGET DIVISION
The Budget Division justifies, acquires, manages, and controls USAREUR funds. The Budget Division is responsible for—


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—


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:


CHAPTER 10
CHAPLAIN


10-1. CHAPLAIN


CHAPTER 11
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—


CHAPTER 12
COMMAND SURGEON


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—


CHAPTER 13
INSPECTOR GENERAL


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:


CHAPTER 14
JUDGE ADVOCATE


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—


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—


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—


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—


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—


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—


CHAPTER 15
PROVOST MARSHAL


15-1. PROVOST MARSHAL
The USAREUR Provost Marshal is responsible for—


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—


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—


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—


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—


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—


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—


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—


CHAPTER 16
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—

 

APPENDIX A
USAREUR MAJOR SUBORDINATE AND SPECIALIZED COMMANDS


USAREUR Major Subordinate Commands

V Corps

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.

 

APPENDIX B
REFERENCES


SECTION I
PUBLICATIONS

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


SECTION II
FORMS

DA Form 2028, Recommended Changes to Publications and Blank Forms

Form 302, Import/Export Customs Declaration

 

GLOSSARY


SECTION I
ABBREVIATIONS


7th ARCOM7th Army Reserve Command
19th BSD19th Battlefield Coordination Detachment
266th FINCOM266th Finance Command
405th AFSB405th Army Field Support Battalion
409th CSB409th Contracting Support Brigade
AAFESArmy and Air Force Exchange Service
AARKAutomated Route Reconnaissance Kit
ACSAacquisition and cross-servicing agreement
AEArmy in Europe
AG-1(CP)Office of the Assistant G-1, Civilian Personnel, Headquarters, Department of the Army
AMCUnited States Army Materiel Command
AOCair operations center
AORarea of responsibility
APEArmy Program Element
APFappropriated fund
APSArmy prepositioned stocks
ARArmy regulation
ARFORArmy forces
ASanalytical support
ASAPArmy Substance Abuse Program
ATantiterrorism
ATOair tasking order
BASOPSbase operations
BCbattle command
BFTblue force tracking
BPersVG Bundespersonalvertretungsgesetz (German Personnel Representation Law)
C2command and control
C4command, control, communications, and computers
CAPITChild Abuse Prevention and Intervention Training
CBRNEchemical, biological, radiological, nuclear, and high-yield explosives
CEAcustoms executive agent
CENTCOMUnited States Central Command
CGCommanding General, United States Army Europe and Seventh Army
CJCSMChairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff manual
CLRPCommand Logistics Review Program
CMconsequence management
CMPconsequence-management program
CNE-C6FCommander, U.S. Naval Forces Europe/Commander, U.S. Sixth Fleet
CofSChief of Staff, Headquarters, United States Army Europe and Seventh Army
COMSECcommunications security
CONOPScontingency operations
CONPLANcontingency plan
CONUScontinental United States
COPcommon operational picture
COPSCentralized Operations Police Suite
CORcontracting officer’s representative
COTScommercial off-the-shelf
CPcareer program
CPAChief, Public Affairs, United States Army Europe
CPACcivilian personnel advisory center
CPCcivilian personnel council
CPDCivilian Personnel Directorate, Office of the Deputy Chief of Staff, G1, Headquarters, United States Army Europe and Seventh Army
CPMcareer program manager
CPOCCivilian Personnel Operations Center
CSLcooperative security location
CSMCommand Sergeant Major, United States Army Europe and Seventh Army
CSURGCommand Surgeon, United States Army Europe
CVAMPCore Vulnerability Assessment Management Program
DADepartment of the Army
DAIGDepartment of the Army Inspector General
DAREDrug and Alcohol Resistance Education
DCGDeputy Commanding General, United States Army Europe and Seventh Army
DCPDSDefense Civilian Personnel Data System
DCPSDefense Civilian Pay System
DCSENGRDeputy Chief of Staff, Engineer, United States Army Europe
DFASDefense Finance and Accounting Service
DIMAdrilling individual mobilization augmentee
DISADefense Information Systems Agency
DLA-EDefense Logistics Agency-Europe
DOCPERDOD Contractor Personnel Office
DODDepartment of Defense
DODDDepartment of Defense directive
DODDSDepartment of Defense Dependents Schools
DODIGDepartment of Defense Inspector General
DTS-LDefense Travel System - Limited
DVdistinguished visitor
EEOOEqual Employment Opportunity Office, Office of the Deputy Chief of Staff, G1, Headquarters, United States Army Europe and Seventh Army
EODexplosive ordnance disposal
ERMCUnited States Army Europe Regional Medical Command
FBCB2Force XXI Battle Command Brigade and Below
FFEfield force engineering
FFPOForeign Forces Payroll Office
FLfunding letter
FMfield manual
FMOF[German] Federal Ministry of Finance
FORSCOMUnited States Army Forces Command
FOSforward operating site
FPforce protection
FPCONforce protection condition
FSXfull-scale exercise
FUNCPLANfunctional plan
GAOUnited States Government Accountability Office
GCCSGlobal Command and Control System
GCCS-AGlobal Command and Control System-Army
GFMglobal force management
GI&Sgeospatial information and services
GPCGovernment purchase card
GR2global rebasing and restructuring
GREATGang Resistance Education and Training
GWOTGlobal War on Terrorism
HHCheadquarters and headquarters company
HNhost nation
HQDAHeadquarters, Department of the Army
HQ USAREUR/7A   Headquarters, United States Army Europe and Seventh Army
HRPhigh-risk personnel
HWCHead Works Council, United States Army Europe
I2ATinformation infrastructure assurance team
IAinformation assurance
IAVAinformation assurance vulnerability alert
IGinspector general
IGARinspector general assistance request
IGARSInspector General Action Request System
IMinformation management
IMAindividual mobilization augmentee
IMCOM-EuropeUnited States Army Installation Management Command, Europe Region
INSCOMUnited States Army Intelligence and Security Command
IOinformation operations
IPLintegrated priority list
IRACOInternal Review and Audit Compliance Office, Headquarters,United States Army Europe and Seventh Army
IRinformation request
IRFimmediate response force
ISinformation system
ISRintelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance
ITinformation technology
JCIGjoint coordination and integration group
JCPCjoint civilian personnel committee
JCSJoint Chiefs of Staff
JFACCjoint forces air component commander
JMTCSeventh United States Army Joint Multinational Training Command
JOPESJoint Operations Planning and Execution System
JSCPJoint Strategic Capabilities Plan
JTFjoint task force
LANlocal area network
LNlocal national
LOliaison officer
MACMaster Activities Calendar
MCAMilitary Construction, Army
MCPmanagement control process
MDEPmanagement decision evaluation package
METLmission-essential task list
MILCONmilitary construction
MIPLMaster Integrated Priority List
MOUmemorandum of understanding
MPmilitary police
MPMISMilitary Police Management Information System
MSCmajor subordinate command
MTOEmodification table of organization and equipment
MWDmilitary working dog
MWRmorale, welfare, and recreation
NAFnonappropriated fund
NATONorth Atlantic Treaty Organization
NBCnuclear, biological, and chemical
NCOnoncommissioned officer
NCRNational Capital Region
NEOnoncombatant evacuation operations
NSIPNATO Security Investment Program
OCIEorganizational clothing and individual equipment
ODCSENGROffice of the Deputy Chief of Staff, Engineer, Headquarters, United States Army Europe and Seventh Army
OMAOperations and Maintenance, Army
OPCONoperational control
OPLANoperation plan
OPORDoperation order
OPSECoperations security
OPTEMPOoperating tempo
ORF[Secretary of the Army .0012] official representation fund
OSDOffice of the Secretary of Defense
PARCPrincipal Assistant Responsible for Contracting, United States Army Europe
PfPPartnership for Peace
PIOpolice intelligence operations
PKIpublic key infrastructure
PMprogram manager
PMOprovost marshal office
POCpoint of contact
POLpetroleum, oils, and lubricants
POMprogram objective memorandum
PPBESPlanning, Programming, Budgeting, and Execution System
QASASquality-assurance specialist, ammunition surveillance
R&Rrest and recuperation
RGresource guidance
RPArequest for personnel action
RSOIreception, staging, onward movement, and integration
SASupplementary Agreement to the NATO Status of Forces Agreement
SCIFsensitive compartmented information facility
SESSenior Executive Service
SFAOStaff Finance and Accounting Officer, United States Army Europe
SGSSecretary of the General Staff, Headquarters, United States Army Europe and Seventh Army
SMEsubject-matter expert
SOFAStatus of Forces Agreement
SOPstanding operating procedure
STAMISStandard Army Management Information System
SWOStaff Weather Office
TAATotal 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))
TCtroop care
TDAtable of distribution and allowances
TDYtemporary duty
TEtechnical expert
TMDtheater missile defense
TIGThe Inspector General
TOEtable of organization and equipment
TPFDDtime-phased force deployment data
TPUtroop program unit
TRADOCUnited States Army Training and Doctrine Command
TRMtraining resource module
UAVunmanned aerial vehicle
UMTunit ministry team
U.N.United Nations
U.S.United States
USAAAUnited States Army Audit Agency
USACCEUnited States Army Contracting Command, Europe
USACEUnited States Army Corps of Engineers
USAFEUnited States Air Forces in Europe
USAGUnited States Army garrison
USANATOUnited States Army North Atlantic Treaty Organization
USAREURUnited States Army Europe
USASETAFUnited States Army Southern European Task Force
USATSUSAREUR Staff Action Tracking System
USCUnited States Code
USDAUnited States Department of Agriculture
USEUCOMUnited States European Command
USFLOUnited States Forces liaison officer
UVCCUSAREUR Visitor Coordination Center
VIvisual information
VISEVisual Information Services Europe
VTCvideo-teleconference
WANwide area network


SECTION II
TERMS


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.

IMCOM-Europe
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.

specialized commands
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.

USAREUR
The USAREUR Command Group, the HQ USAREUR/7A staff, and USAREUR major subordinate and specialized commands (app A).