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  1. Army Family Team Building Chain of Command

  2. Course Objectives • Differentiate between military rank • Identify the organizational structure of Army units • Identify different branches of the Army

  3. Branches of Department of Defense ARMY NATIONAL GUARD BUREAU AIR FORCE NAVY

  4. Organization of America’s Army AMERICA’S ARMY Soldiers, Civilian Employees, And Family Members US ARMY RESERVES NATIONAL GUARD ACTIVE COMPONENT

  5. E1 E2 E3 E4 E5 E6 E7 E8 E9 Armed Forces Insignia Enlisted – Army no insignia PRIVATE PRIVATE PRIVATE FIRST CLASS CORPORAL SERGEANT STAFF SERGEANT SERGEANT FIRST CLASS FIRST SERGEANT COMMAND SERGEANT MAJOR SERGEANT MAJOR OF THE ARMY SPECIALIST MASTER SERGEANT SERGEANT MAJOR Source:The Joint Staff Officer’s Guide 1993 (AFSC Pub 1). Norfolk, VA: National Defense University, Armed Forces Staff College, 1993; and the U.S. Department of Defense Official website at: http://www.defenselink.mil.

  6. O1 O2 O3 O4 O5 O6 O7 O8 O9 O10 SPECIAL Armed Forces Insignia Officer – Army SECOND LIEUTENANT FIRST LIEUTENANT LIEUTENANT COLONEL BRIGADIER GENERAL MAJOR GENERAL CAPTAIN MAJOR COLONEL Warrant Officers W1 W2 W3 W4 W5 General of the Army rank is reserved for wartime only LIEUTENANT GENERAL GENERAL GENERAL OF THE ARMY WARRANT OFFICER 1 WO1 CHIEF WARRANT OFFICER 2 CW2 CHIEF WARRANT OFFICER 3 CW3 CHIEF WARRANT OFFICER 4 CW4 CHIEF WARRANT OFFICER 5 CW5 Source:The Joint Staff Officer’s Guide 1993 (AFSC Pub 1). Norfolk, VA: National Defense University, Armed Forces Staff College, 1993; and the U.S. Department of Defense Official website at: http://www.defenselink.mil. December 2002

  7. Squad or Section • 2 Fire Teams or 7 – 11 Soldiers • Usually lead by a Staff Sergeant (E-6) Staff Sergeant E-6 SSG Private E-2 PV2 Private First Class E-3 PFC Specialist E-4 SPC Corporal E-4 CPL Sergeant E-5 SGT

  8. Platoon Second Lieutenant O-1 2LT Sergeant First Class E-7 SFC • 2 or more Squads • Command Team: Usually lead by Lieutenant (O-1) & Platoon Sergeant (E-7)

  9. Company, Troop, or Battery Captain O-3 CPT First Sergeant E-8 1SG First Lieutenant/XO O-2 1LT • Headquarters & 2 or more Platoons • Command Team: Captain (O-3) & First Sergeant (E-8) • 100 – 200 Soldiers

  10. Battalion or Squadron Major/XO O-4 MAJ Lieutenant Colonel O-5 LTC Command Sergeant Major E-9 CSM • Headquarters & 2 – 6 Companies • Command Team: Lieutenant Colonel (O-5) & Command Sergeant Major (E-9) • 500 – 600 Soldiers

  11. Brigade or Regiment Command Sergeant Major E-9 CSM Lieutenant Colonel/XO O-5 LTC Colonel O-6 COL • Headquarters & 2 – 6 Battalions • Command Team: Colonel (O-6) & Command Sergeant Major (E-9) • 2,000 – 4,000 Soldiers

  12. Command Structure Brigade COL CSM PITS S1-Personnel S2-Intelligence S3-Training S4-Supply Battalion Battalion CSM Battalion LTC 1SG CPT Company 3 to 5 per Company 3 to 5 per Company 3 to 5 per SFC 2/1LT Platoon 3 to 4 per Platoon 3 to 4 per Platoon 3 to 4 per SSG Squad 3 to 4 per Squad 3 to 4 per Squad 3 to 4 per SGT Team 3 to 4 per Team 3 to 4 per Team 3 to 4 per

  13. MACOMS MACOMS Total = 11 Corps 2-5 Div Corps 2-5 Div Four Corps I Corps III Corps V Corps XVIII ABC Division 3 Brigades Brigade 3 or more Bn Brigade 3 or more Bn Brigade 3 or more Bn Battalion 3-5 Cos. Active Divisions: Total = 10 Integrated Divisions: Total = 2 7th Infantry Division, Fort Carson, CO24th Infantry Division, Fort Riley, KS ARNG Divisions: Total = 8 Reserve Training Divisions: Total = 12 Company 3-4 Plts Platoon 3-4 Squads Squads 3-4 Teams Teams 3-4 Soldiers

  14. Branches of the Army • Force Sustainment • (Combat Services Support) • Adjutant General • Chaplin Corps • Finance • Judge Advocate General • Ordnance • Quartermaster • Transportation • Medical Corps • Dental Corps • Veterinary Corps • Medical Service Corps • Army Nurse Corps • Army Medical Specialist Corps • Operational Support and Effects • (Combat Support) • Chemical • Military Intelligence • Military Police • Signal • Maneuver and Fire (Combat Arms) • Air Defense Artillery • Armor • Aviation • Corps of Engineers • Field Artillery • Infantry • Special Forces

  15. Course Objectives • Differentiate between military rank • Identify the organizational structure of Army units • Identify different branches of the Army

  16. Army Family Team Building Chain of Command