The chief of reserves, Headquarters Air Force, is responsible for overall IMA management policy, but AFI 36-2629, Individual Mobilization Augmentee
Management, does not mention a subordinate organization for IMA long-term planning.
Sanders, deputy commander for Mobilization (Individual Mobilization Augmentee
), Military Surface Deployment and Distribution Command, Alexandria, Va., to assistant deputy chief of staff (Individual Mobilization Augmentee
), Mobilization and Training, Office of the Deputy Chief of Staff, G-4, Washington, D.C.
Chestnut, presently serving as assistant deputy chief of staff for operations for mobilization and reserve affairs (individual mobilization augmentee
), Office of the Deputy Chief of Staff for Operations and Plans, U.S.
After more than 30 years of service in ARNG and USAR troop program units, Master Sergeant Tussey applied for, and was accepted into, the Individual Mobilization Augmentee
(IMA) Program in 2002 and was detailed to the Noncommissioned Officer Academy at Fort Leonard Wood.
The US Navy Reserve is primarily an individual mobilization augmentee
force, and the ANG is a unit-based force.
Army Individual Ready Reserve officer, Special Forces individual mobilization augmentee
(IMA) assigned to the FP division of the AWO, Army G-3/5/7.
* Reform the individual mobilization augmentee
(IMA) program to create an individual augmentee (IA) program to provide individuals across a range of specialties needed by combatant commanders.
Lieutenant Colonel Crider is the Individual Mobilization Augmentee
to the Director, Directorate of Communications Operations, Deputy Chief of Staff for Installations and Logistics, Washington DC.
A limited number of Individual and Drilling Individual Mobilization Augmentee
(IMA/DIMA) and Individual Ready Reserve (IRR) augmentation positions are also available.
Miller is an individual mobilization augmentee
for the 599th.
CW4 Debra DeRosier, a drilling individual mobilization augmentee
assigned to PSU's Fort Belvoir headquarters, said that the summit "pulled us all closer; it really made us a team where everyone had to work together." A special agent for the California Department of Justice said that from her perspective, "The distinctions between the Active and Reserve Components are gone; we've bonded during this mission, and the Active Component realizes what we can do, what expertise we bring into these missions, and they have confidence in our capabilities."