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ASSIGNMENT AND ALLOCATION
The company is assigned to either the support group of a COSCOM or to an area support group of the TAACOM. The company is normally attached to a corps support battalion, TOE 63426L00, or to a supply and service battalion, TOE 42446 L000.
The company is employed in the corps rear area or COMMZ and performs its supply function as directed by the appropriate MMC. When located in the corps rear area, a company is usually allocated on the basis of one company per 552 STONs of Class I (nonperishable), II, III (packaged), and IV supplies per day in support of divisional and nondivisional units.
When located in the COMMZ, the company is usually allocated on the basis of one company per 586 STONs of Class I (nonperishable), II, III (packaged), and IV supplies per day in support of divisional and nondivisional units.
Support The company depends on corps or TAACOM transportation assets to deliver and pick up supplies for DSU customers. It depends on TAACOM MMCs (TOE 54413H) and COSCOM MMCs (TOE 63433L) for materiel management. The company also depends on-
• Appropriate elements of the TAACOM and COSCOM for health service support, religious, finance, personnel, and administrative services and unit maintenance of its communications and electronics equipment.
• Perishable subsistence platoon (TOE 42518LB00) for perishable subsistence. pounds (4,720.0 cubic feet) of TOE equipment. It needs transportation for non-TOE equipment and supplies and for 65,371 pounds (5,481.4 cubic feet) of TOE equipment. This unit can move only 50 percent of its TOE equipment in a single lift using its authorized organic vehicles.
CAPABILITIES A unit’s capabilities are determined by the personnel strength levels prescribed in its TOE. The quartermaster general supply company, GS, organized under TOE 42418L has the capabilities described below.
TOE Strength Level 1 At TOE Strength Level 1, your company is at full strength. It can receive, store, and issue 194 short tons of nonperishable Class I, 101 short tons of Class II, 23 short tons of Class III (packaged), and 234 short tons of Class IV supplies when assigned to the COSCOM CSG.
Your company can receive, store, and issue approximately 117 short tons of nonperishable Class I, 206 short tons of Class II, 24 short tons of Class III (packaged), and 24 short tons of Class IV supplies when assigned to a TAACOM ASG. Your company can perform unit maintenance on organic equipment, except chemical and communications, and electronic equipment.
Mobility TOE Strength Levels 2 and 3 The mobility of your company is limited by the number of vehicles and personnel you have and At these levels, your company is at reduced the number of personnel and amount of equipment strength. It operates at approximately 90 percent and supplies you must move.
If your company has capacity. At Strength Level 3, your company to move at one time, you must arrange for more operates at 80 percent capacity. For more on vehicles.
COMMUNICATIONS Communications help personnel perform installers under the supervision of the combat company missions, carry out administrative duties, signaler team chief. See TC 24-20 for details on maintain contact with higher headquarters, field wire activities and the general characteristics transmit tactical information, and defend the of equipment used with field wire systems. Radio company.
Your soldiers must communicate with is your main method of communication with your higher headquarters, adjacent units, and both elements that are mobile or do not have access to supporting and supported units. The wire system the telephone system. A proposed company radio shown in Figure 1-2 (page 1-3 ) supports your net is shown in Figure 1-3 ( page 1-4 ). 10-27 in world war ii and Qm logistics are superior to tactics troops and officers both in aerial delivery and supporting troop deployment.