mobilization station


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mobilization station

The designated military installation to which a Reserve Component unit or individual is moved for further processing, organizing, equipping, training, and employment and from which the unit or individual may move to an aerial port of embarkation or seaport of embarkation. See also mobilization; mobilization site; Reserve Components.
Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms. US Department of Defense 2005.
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Thus, paper records were required at the mobilization station in order to verify one source of information.
The 529th CSSB conducted an honest and forthright after-action review that helped it use the 60 remaining days to make final TACSOP adjustments before reporting to its mobilization station at Fort Hood, Texas.
On 13 December 2002, the Army Forces Command identified Fort Bragg as the single mobilization station for all USACAPOC (A) units.
The training support brigade facilitates a third and final AAR at the mobilization station upon completion of a unit's pre-deployment training.
In the early days of the Global War on Terrorism, mobilized RC Soldiers who were unfit to deploy, had to remain at the mobilization station. They stayed there until they were sufficiently healed ("fixed") to deploy, or until they went through the medical evaluation board (MEB)/physical evaluation board (PEB) process.
MEMBERS of Company B, 7th Battalion, 158th Aviation Regiment, an Army Reserve unit from Olathe, Kan., had just arrived at their mobilization station to prepare for a deployment to Afghanistan when their mission was literally shaken up.
When Soldiers get off the bus at the mobilization station, they must feel they have arrived in Iraq or Afghanistan.
A heavy rescue unit was trained and equipped at the Fort McCoy Mobilization Station in Wisconsin and provided urban search and rescue and confined-space rescue on numerous occasions within the Task Force Baghdad area.
In the event of mobilization, the 2 1/2-ton vehicles are replaced by the authorized 5-ton vehicles and the unit then moves to the mobilization station and on to the theater.
When the time actually came we moved through the mobilization station very quickly and were able to get right to the job."
The unit will not leave the mobilization station without completing common task testing.
On H-hour, M-day, the battalion moves to the mobilization station to conduct post mobilization operations and, on order, deploys to the theater of operations to provide corps-level mobility, countermobility, and survivability support.

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