The Army Components The Army Components Inspectors General

The Army Components The Army Components Inspectors General DSN: 655-3897 Comm: (703) 805-3897 U.S. Army Inspector General School 1 Why Cover the Components? We are One Army The Army Components Inspectors General To provide all prospective Inspector General students -- Active Component, National Guard, and U.S. Army Reserve Soldiers; members of other Armed

Services; and Department of the Army Civilians (DAC) -- with a fundamental understanding of the uniqueness of the various Army Components within the context of the Army IG system. U.S. Army Inspector General School 2 References The Army Components Inspectors General The Army Components Inspectors General (Part 6, The IG Reference Guide) Profile of the Army AR 20-1, Inspector General Activities and Procedures, Chapter 1 U.S. Army Inspector General School 3 Enabling Learning Objectives

The Army Components Inspectors General ELO 1. Describe the overall command-and-control system of the Army, specifically the Army National Guard and the Army Reserve. 2. Describe the requirements and duties of the U.S. Property and Fiscal Officer (USPFO). 3. Describe the various Full-Time Support (FTS) programs used within the Army National Guard and the Army Reserve. U.S. Army Inspector General School 4 Enabling Learning Objectives (continued) The Army Components Inspectors General

4. Describe the various duty and corresponding pay statuses. 5. Describe the Incapacitation Pay Program and common problem areas and areas of concern. 6. Describe the types of mobilization. 7. Describe the phases of mobilization. U.S. Army Inspector General School 5 Army Command Structure ELO 1 The Army Components Inspectors General IG Reference Guide, Part 6

U.S. Army Inspector Army / ARNG / USAR References The Army Components Inspectors General USC Title 10 USC Title 32 AR 135 Series (ARNG and USAR: FTS, AGR, promotions, etc) AR 140 Series (USAR: FTS, AGR, etc) NGRs USARC Regulations AR 600-20, Army Command Policy AR 525-29 Army Force Generation AR 71-32, Force Development

NGR 600-100 U.S. Army Inspector General School 7 Army Force Structure (1,015,000) The Army Components Inspectors General 49% of the Generating Forces are in the two Reserve Components 60% of the Operating Forces are in the two Reserve Components 65% of the Inspectors General are in the Active Component U.S. Army Inspector General School 8

Just a Few Army Acronyms The Army Components Inspectors General RC - Reserve Component(s) IRR - Individual Ready Reserves IMA - Individual Mobilization Augmentation TPU - Troop Program Unit IDT - Inactive-Duty Training M-Day - Mobilization-Day Soldier FTS - Full-Time Support PPP - Power-Projection Platform U.S. Army Inspector General School 9 Just a Few Army Acronyms (continued) The Army Components Inspectors General

MCU - Multiple-Component Unit ACOM - Army Command ASCC - Army Service Component Command DRU - Direct Reporting Unit DARNG - Director, Army National Guard CNGB - Chief, National Guard Bureau CAR - Chief, Army Reserve U.S. Army Inspector General School 10 The Army The Army Components Inspectors General COMPO 1 = Active Component COMPO 2 = Army National Guard COMPO 3 = Army Reserve MULTI-COMPO = Active Component, Army National Guard, and Army Reserve (2 or more)

U.S. Army Inspector General School 11 Multi-Component The Army Components Inspectors General + COMPO 1 COMPO 2 Multi-Component + COMPO 3 A unit, on a single document, that is authorized personnel and / or equipment from more than one component.

U.S. Army Inspector General School 12 Active Army The Army Components Inspectors General COMPO 1 U.S. Army Inspector General School 13 Legal Basis for Active Component The Army Components Inspectors General Title 10, United States Code, Section 3075 The regular Army is the component of the Army that consists of persons whose continuous service on active duty in both peace and war is contemplated by law, and

of retired members of the Regular Army. U.S. Army Inspector General School 14 Active Component Mission The Army Components Inspectors General The U.S. Armys mission is to fight and win our Nations wars by providing prompt, sustained land dominance across the full range of military operations and spectrum of conflict in support of combatant commanders. www.army.mil/info/organization/ U.S. Army Inspector General School 15 United States

Army National Guard The Army Components Inspectors General COMPO 2 U.S. Army Inspector General School 16 Legal Basis for Army National Guard The Army Components Inspectors General Title 32, United States Code, Section 10107 In accordance with the traditional military policy of the United States, it is essential that the strength and organization of the Army National Guard and the Air National Guard as an integral part of the first line defenses of the United States be maintained and assured at all times.

U.S. Army Inspector General School 17 Army National Guard Mission The Army Components Inspectors General The Army National Guard, a community-based Operational Force that serves as the primary Combat Reserve of the Army, provides ready units to support global and domestic requirements. Army National Guard 2014-2020 Strategic Planning Guidance U.S. Army Inspector General School 18 Dual Missions for National Guard The Army Components

Inspectors General Federal: To maintain combat-ready units and trained personnel available to mobilize and deploy in support of the National Military Strategy. State: To function efficiently for the protection of life and property and to preserve peace, order, and public safety under State authorities. U.S. Army Inspector General School 19 ELO 1 Federal Title 10

The Army Components Inspectors General President Secretary of Defense Combatant Commanders Secretary of the Air Force Director, Air National Guard State Title 32 Chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff

Chief, National Guard Bureau Director, Army National Guard Governor Secretary of the Army The Adjutant General Army National Guard Units Air National Guard Units

IG Reference Guide, Part 6 U.S. Army Inspector General School 20 National Guard Key Personnel at the State The Army Components Inspectors General Chief, National Guard Bureau (CNGB) Governor The Adjutant General (TAG) (Army or Air NG) Senior Army Advisor, Army National Guard (SRAAG) United States Property & Fiscal Officer (USPFO)

U.S. Army Inspector General School 21 USPFO Roles and Responsibilities ELO 2 The Army Components Inspectors General Commissioned ARNG or ANG Officer on Title 10 status The Adjutant General (TAG) recommends, the Governor nominates, and the CNGB appoints Work for and responsible to CNGB with duty in a state Provides technical assistance and advice to TAG on the proper use of Federal funds Controls and oversees all Federal funds and property of the U.S. Government issued to the State

First Army IG inspects USPFOs on behalf of FORSCOM ARNG Regulation 130-6, United States Property and Fiscal Officer, Appointment, Duties and Responsibilities U.S. Army Inspector General School 22 United States Army Reserve The Army Components Inspectors General COMPO 3 U.S. Army Inspector General School 23 Legal Basis for Army Reserve The Army Components Inspectors General Title 10, United States Code, Section 10104 To provide trained units and qualified persons

available for active duty in the armed forces, in time of war or national emergency and at such other times as the national security requires, to fill the needs of the armed forces whenever, during, and after the period needed to procure and train additional units and qualified persons to achieve the planned mobilization, more units and persons are needed than are in the regular components. U.S. Army Inspector General School 24 Army Reserve - Mission The Army Components Inspectors General The Army Reserve provides trained, equipped, and ready Soldiers and cohesive units to meet global requirements across the full spectrum of operations. Army Reserve 2020 Vision and Strategy

U.S. Army Inspector General School 25 Army Reserve Command and Control The Army Components Inspectors General ELO 1 HQDA FORSCOM USARC GEOGRAPHIC CMDS

FUNCTIONAL CMDS IG Reference Guide, Part 6 and www.usar.army.mil/Commands/ U.S. Army Inspector General School 26 Reserve Categories The Army Components Inspectors General Standby Reserve Total Reserve Manpower Ready Reserve

Retired Reserve U.S. Army Inspector General School 27 Standby Reserve The Army Components Inspectors General ARNG and USAR SM (normally senior)

Fully Trained (MOSQ) Involuntarily mobilized Key Civilian Employees Temporary hardship or disability Do not train and are not in units Full Mobilization in time of war U.S. Army Inspector General School 28 Ready Reserve The Army Components Inspectors General Ready Reserve Individual Ready Reserve Inactive National Guard

Selected Reserve Partial Mobilization U.S. Army Inspector General School 29 Ready Reserve The Army Components Inspectors General Ready Reserve Individual Ready Reserve Inactive National Guard

Selected Reserve Partial Mobilization U.S. Army Inspector General School 30 Ready Reserve Individual Ready Reserve (IRR) The Army Components Inspectors General Managed by HRC, Fort Knox Soldiers have served in AC or selected reserves Fully or partially trained (MOSQ) May not have completed service obligation (eight years) Can obtain retirement points Partial Mobilization (up to 1 million, 24 months)

U.S. Army Inspector General School 31 Ready Reserve The Army Components Inspectors General Ready Reserve Individual Ready Reserve Inactive National Guard Selected

Reserve Partial Mobilization U.S. Army Inspector General School 32 Ready Reserve Inactive Army National Guard The Army Components Inspectors General ARNG only Non-participating unit members Records maintained by State

Yearly muster required Partial Mobilization (involuntary) U.S. Army Inspector General School 33 Ready Reserve The Army Components Inspectors General Ready Reserve Individual Ready Reserve Inactive National Guard Selected Reserve

Partial Mobilization U.S. Army Inspector General School 34 Ready Reserve Selected Reserve The Army Components Inspectors General Selected Reserve Trained Personnel Units Army National Guard Units: M-Day, Drilling Guardsman, 15-Day Annual Training Army Reserve Units: Troop Program Units, Battle Assembly, TPU-Soldier, 14-Day Annual Training

U.S. Army Inspector General School 35 Retired Reserve The Army Components Inspectors General Three Types of Retirees AC = Records transferred to Fort Knox RC = Under age 60: Gray Area RC = Over age 60: available to receive pay / benefits Involuntary recall to active duty U.S. Army Inspector General School 36 RC Full-Time Support (FTS) ELO

3 The Army Components Inspectors General Active Guard / Reserve (AGR) Military Technician (MILTECH) Department of Army Civilian (DAC) Active Component (AC) IG Reference Guide, Part 6 U.S. Army Inspector General School 37 Full-Time Support (continued) The Army Components Inspectors General Active Guard / Reserve (AGR)

ARNG, Title 10 or 32 USAR, Title 10 Purpose is to support readiness of M-Day and TPU units Military Technician (MILTECH) Dual-Status Personnel (Required) ARNG - Wears uniform during week USAR - Wears civilian clothes during week U.S. Army Inspector General School 38 Full-Time Support (continued) The Army Components Inspectors General Department of Army Civilian (DAC) Civilian employees not requiring dual status in unit Active Component (AC)

Unit: First Army and Training Support Divisions Training, Readiness, Mobilization, Deployment Individual: AC NCOs, COLs / LTCs Command / Leadership Exchange Program U.S. Army Inspector General School 39 Compensation ELO 4 The Army Components Inspectors General AC (Title 10) - Paid every day of the month AGR USAR (Title 10) - Paid every day of the month AGR ARNG (Title 10) - Paid every day of the month May transfer from State to State

IG Reference Guide, Part 6 U.S. Army Inspector General School 40 Compensation (continued) The Army Components Inspectors General AGR ARNG (Title 32) - Paid every day of the month Do not transfer outside of State Army Reserve Unit USAR (Title 10) - Paid for battle assemblies (IDT) and annual training (AT) Mobilization-Day (M-Day) ARNG (Title 32) Paid for drill weekend duty (IDT) and annual training (AT) U.S. Army Inspector General School 41 Compensation

(continued) The Army Components Inspectors General USAR and ARNG (Reserve Income Replacement Program) Paid to eligible Soldiers on Active Duty in an involuntary status Soldiers are paid the difference between their civilian salary and their total military compensation To be eligible, Soldiers must have completed 18 consecutive months of active duty, or Completed 24 months of active duty during the previous 60 months, or Been involuntarily mobilized for 180 days or more within six months of the previous involuntary period of active duty of more than 180 days Income replacement payments will be made only for full months of qualifying involuntary active duty performed from August 2006 through December 2013 (USC 37, Chapter 17) U.S. Army Inspector General School 42

Incapacitation Pay ELO 5 Pay for injured / sick RC Soldiers The Army Components Inspectors General resulting from Official Duty Injury must result in loss of income to service member Line of Duty determination must be Yes (AR 600-8-4) Individual must re-submit claim monthly (DA Form 7574)

Three-month review by AC Doctor (DA Form 7574-1) Potential for FRAUD AR 135-381, Incapacitation of RC Soldiers IG Reference Guide, Part 6 U.S. Army Inspector General School 43 Mobilization The Army Components Inspectors General U.S. Army Inspector General School 44 Types of Mobilization The Army Components Inspectors General Congress

FULL MOBILIZATION 10 USC 12301 (a) No personnel limitation Duration plus 6 months; Involuntary Congressional Declaration of War or National Emergency Maximum 1M; Requires POTUS Declaration of National Emergency 24 consecutive months; Involuntary For officially named operations

Maximum 200K Ready Reserve & 30K IRR PRESIDENTIAL RESERVE CALL UP 365 days; Involuntary 10 USC 12304 ** Requires Executive Order PARTIAL MOBILIZATION * 10 USC 12302 President Secretary of Defense Service Secretary RESERVE EMERGENCY CALL UP

10 USC 12304a * No personnel limitation 120 days; Involuntary No National Guard Maximum 60K 365 days; Involuntary Mission / costs in Defense Budget Annual Training / Operational RESERVE PRE-PLANNED CALL UP ISO COCOMs 10 USC 12304b *

15 DAY-STATUTE * 10 USC 12301 (b) ACTIVE DUTY FOR OPERATIONAL SUPPORT * 10 USC 12301 (d) ELO

6 Mobilization authorities currently used or available for use(*) 12304 requires specific POTUS approval prior to utilization (**) All Services access RC utilizing these authorities in conjunction with DoD policies Access incomplete without associated funding allocated to Services to manage Access = Authority + Funding Mission; Involuntary Governors consent Voluntary Limited to 3 years AD out of 4 Governors consent Can be used for operational missions or service support

IG Reference Guide, Part 6 U.S. Army Inspector General School 45 Five Phases of Mobilization ELO 7 The Army Components Inspectors General Phase I Planning Phase II

Alert Phase III Home station Phase IV Power Projection Platform Phase V Port of Embarkation IG Reference Guide, Part 6 U.S. Army Inspector General School 46 Mobilization The Force Projection Process The Army Components

Inspectors General Power Proj POWER PROJPlat PLAT Mobilization MOBILIZATION HOME STATION Phase I Phase II Phase III Plan Alert Assem Prepare Update ble Status Move Cross Level Deploy

DEPLOY INSTALLATION PORT THEATER Phase IV Phase V Load SRP Receipt Validation Depart Onward Pre-deployment Mvmt. Activities Movement to POE Post-Mobilization Training U.S. Army Inspector General School 47

Reserve Component Issues The Army Components Inspectors General Issue Pay Promotions Medical Multiple Deployments Professional Schools Who to contact for help Local Fin, RD IG, State IG; Civilian Pay: Customer Service Rep first, then higher RD/USARC IG, State/NGB IG PPP Installation IG FORSCOM IG

RD IG, USARC IG, NGB IG ARNG Pay Ombudsman toll-free 1-877-ARNGPAY or by email at [email protected] USAR Pay Inquiry Hotline toll-free 1-877-462-7782 Civilian Pay Helpdesk (Indianapolis) toll-free 1-800-538-9043 U.S. Army Inspector General School 48 Questions? The Army Components Inspectors General U.S. Army Inspector General School 49 Summary The Army Components Inspectors General

Command and Control (C2) USPFO Full-Time Support Duty Status and Pay Incapacitation Pay Types of Mobilization Phases of Mobilization U.S. Army Inspector General School 50

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