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Section 104. ADMINISTRATIVE FUNDAMENTALS. Discuss the following as they apply to your chain of command: Chain of Command. Two parallel chains of command— Service and Operational —exist within the Marine Corps.

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Section 104. ADMINISTRATIVE FUNDAMENTALS


Discuss the following as they apply to your chain of command chain of command
Discuss the following as they apply to your chain of command: Chain of Command

  • Two parallel chains of command—Service and Operational—exist within the Marine Corps.

    • The Service chain begins with the President, through the Secretary of Defense, and continues through the Secretary of the Navy and the Commandant of the Marine Corps.

    • The Operational chain runs from the President, through the Secretary of Defense, directly to commanders of combatant commands for missions and forces assigned to their commands. Marine Corps component commanders provide operational forces to commanders of combatant commands and other operational commanders as required.


Discuss the following as they apply to your chain of command: a. Secretary of the Navy(Service)b. Commandant Marine Corps(Service)


C marine forces service d marine expeditionary force service
c. Marine Forces command: (Service)d. Marine Expeditionary Force (Service)


C marine forces operational d marine expeditionary force operational
c. Marine Forces command: (Operational)d. Marine Expeditionary Force (Operational)

MARFOR

- PAC, CENT, EUR, COM

MEF

- I, II, III, IV




Discuss the role of the following senior enlisted personnel in the chain of command
Discuss the role of the following senior enlisted personnel in the chain of command:

  • Command Sergeant Major:

    • Duties are those specifically assigned by the commander on the discipline, welfare, conduct, morale, and leadership of enlisted personnel.

      • Advises the commander and staff about enlisted personnel, including appraisals of the

      • morale and discipline of the unit.

      • Implements policies and standards on enlisted personnel performance, training, personal appearance, and conduct.

      • Maintains communications with unit SNCOs and other enlisted personnel through SNCO channels.

      • Provides guidance and counsel to SNCOs and other enlisted personnel.

      • Participates in the reception and orientation of newly assigned enlisted personnel.


Discuss the role of the following senior enlisted personnel in the chain of command1
Discuss the role of the following senior enlisted personnel in the chain of command:

  • Command Master Chief

    • The primary responsibility of the Command Master Chief is to advise the Commanding General, staff and unit commanders regarding Navy policy for Navy enlisted matters.

      • Interfaces and maintains the communication with the Command Master Chiefs and Navy personnel of Major Subordinate Commands (MSC's), and providing them assistance and guidance as appropriate.

      • Advises the CG, Surgeon, Chaplain, and Dental Officer on all matters pertaining to the morale, welfare, utilization, and training of Navy enlisted members.

      • Accompanies the CG, MEF and the MEF Surgeon on staff visits and official functions as appropriate.


104 3 discuss the table of organization t o as it pertains to your unit
104.3 Discuss the Table of Organization (T/O) as it pertains to your unit.

The table setting out the authorized numbers of men in a unit/formations; sometimes called table of organization or table of organization and equipment (TOE) The TOE is a table which prescribes the normal wartime mission, organizational structure, and personnel and equipment requirements for a military unit. The TOE is the basis for an authorization document, the MTOE. The TOE is not an authorization document


104 4 discuss the table of equipment t e as it pertains to your unit
104.4 Discuss the Table of Equipment (T/E) as it pertains to your unit.

An equipment allowance document that prescribes basic allowances of organizational equipment, and provides the control to develop, revise, or change equipment authorization inventory data. Also called table of organization and equipment (TOE). The TOE is a table which prescribes the normal wartime mission, organizational structure, and personnel and equipment requirements for a militaryunit. The TOE is the basisfor an authorization document, the MTOE. The TOE is not an authorizationdocument


104 5 discuss the training allowance t a as it pertains to your unit
104.5 Discuss the Training Allowance (T/A) as it pertains to your unit.

Will vary on the command you are attached to.


104 6 discuss status of resources and training system sorts as it applies to your unit
104.6 Discuss Status of Resources and Training System (SORTS) as it applies toyour unit.

Will vary on the command you are attached to.


104 7 define the following staff sections a j g s 1
104.7 Define the following staff sections: (SORTS) as it applies toa. J/G/S-1

  • Directly responsible to the Commanding General for personnel matters.

  • The G-1 Division consists of:

    • Manpower Branch

    • Operations and Plans Branch

    • Reserve Affairs Branch

    • Adjutant

    • Personnel

    • Career Planning

Note: Important to read Study Guide to get all tasks and organization


104 7 b j g s 2
104.7 b. J/G/S-2 (SORTS) as it applies to

  • Directly responsible to the Commanding General for intelligence matters.

  • The G-2 Division consists of :

    • Executive/Administrative Branch

    • Intelligence Operations Branch

    • Counterintelligence/Human Intelligence Branch

    • Signals Intelligence/Special Security Branch

    • Planning Branch.

Note: Important to read Study Guide to get all tasks and organization


104 7 c j g s 3
104.7 c. J/G/S-3 (SORTS) as it applies to

  • Directly responsible to the Commanding General for operational matters.

  • The G-3 Division consists of:

    • Current Operations/Exercises Branch

    • Future Operations Branch

    • Air Branch

    • Force Fires/Training Branch

    • Tactical Exercise Control Group (TECG)

    • Special Operations Training Group (SOTG)

    • Reserve Affairs Branch.

  • In the absence of the G-3, the Deputy assumes the duties of the G-3.

Note: Important to read Study Guide to get all tasks and organization


104 7 d j g s 4
104.7 d. J/G/S-4 (SORTS) as it applies to

  • Directly responsible to the Commanding General for Logistics support of III MEF forces.

  • The G-4 Division consists of the following branches:

    • Executive/Administrative

    • Operations

    • Engineer

    • Strategic Mobility

    • Logistic Plans

    • Supply

    • Health Services

Note: Important to read Study Guide to get all tasks and organization


104 7 e j g 5
104.7 e. J/G-5 (SORTS) as it applies to

  • Directly responsible to the Commanding General for planning. The mission of the G-5 is to assist and advise the Commanding General in matters pertaining to

    • General war planning

    • Contingency planning

    • Forces planning

    • Joint policy and doctrine

    • Command relationships

    • Service programs

    • Rules of Engagement

    • Other matters as may be directed.

  • The AC/S, G-5 serves as a member of the Financial Advisory Board.

Note: Important to read Study Guide to get all tasks and organization


104 7 f j g s 6
104.7 f. J/G/S-6 (SORTS) as it applies to

  • Directly responsible to the Commanding General for communications and information systems matters.

  • The G-6 Division consists of:

    • Executive/Administrative Branch

    • Operations Branch

    • Maintenance Section

    • Information Systems Management Section

    • MEF Communications Management Security (COMSEC) Management office (MCMO).

Note: Important to read Study Guide to get all tasks and organization


104 7 g j g 7
104.7 g. J/G-7 (SORTS) as it applies to

  • Inspector / Safety

  • 1. The mission of the Inspector is to advise and assist CG with respect to the evaluation and inspection of subordinate activities and units, request mast, and other matters as directed or assigned.

Note: Important to read Study Guide to get all tasks and organization


104 7 h g 8
104.7 h. G-8 (SORTS) as it applies to

  • Not a peacetime mission at I MEF

  • In OIF (FWD) G-8 performs the following:

    • Counter IED

    • Environmental

    • EOD

    • Facilities

    • Infrastructure

Note: Important to read Study Guide to get all tasks and organization


Define the role of the following staff officers
Define the role of the following staff officers: (SORTS) as it applies to

  • Chief of Staff

    • Directly responsible to the Commanding General for the coordination of activities of the general and special staffs.

    • The office of the Chief of Staff consists of:

      • Administrative office of the Staff Secretary

      • Protocol Officer

Note: Important to read Study Guide to get all tasks and organization


104 8 b chaplain
104.8 b. Chaplain (SORTS) as it applies to

  • Directly responsible to the Commanding General for religious matters. and serves as principal advisor to the CG in religious, moral, and ethical issues affecting III MEF.

Note: Important to read Study Guide to get all tasks and organization


104 8 c surgeon
104.8 c. Surgeon (SORTS) as it applies to

  • Directly responsible to the Commanding General and functions under the staff cognizance of the AC/S, G-4 with respect to medical and medical service matters.

Note: Important to read Study Guide to get all tasks and organization


104 8 d public affairs officer pao
104.8 (SORTS) as it applies tod. Public Affairs Officer (PAO)

  • The Public Affairs Officer (PAO) has the additional duty of Director, Consolidated Public Affairs Office (CPAO), Camp Butler while in garrison. The PAO is responsible for advising the Commanding General on all public affairs matters.

Note: Important to read Study Guide to get all tasks and organization


104 8 e comptroller
104.8 e. Comptroller (SORTS) as it applies to

  • Advises the Commanding General in all matters pertaining to financial management. This mission includes budgeting, accounting, disbursing, and preparation of financial statistics. The AC/S, Comptroller coordinates and serves as a member of the Financial Advisory Board.

Note: Important to read Study Guide to get all tasks and organization


104 8 f staff judge advocate sja legal officer
104.8 f. Staff Judge Advocate (SJA)/Legal Officer (SORTS) as it applies to

  • Directly responsible to the Commanding General for legal matters. The SJA's activities are coordinated with the Chief of Staff; however, on matters relating to the administration of military justice, the SJA may communicate directly with the Commanding General.

Note: Important to read Study Guide to get all tasks and organization


Questions
Questions (SORTS) as it applies to


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