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The Deputy Chief of Naval Operations (MAnpower, Personnel and Training)
manpower  that  in  reality  are  applicable  only  to personnel.  For  example,  funded  billets  or  funded  MPAs suggest that an authorization and an appropriation have been   obtained   for   the   billets.   Lacking   out   year requirements,  it  is  useful  to  assume  equality  between future MPAs and personnel and take actions to manage personnel  to  the  level  of  these  authorizations.  As  out year requirements are developed, these should become the planning goals. NAVY MANPOWER MOBILIZATION SYSTEM The   Navy   manpower   mobilization   system (NMMOS) is a manpower requirements determination process that identifies the wartime manpower require- ments for a shore/support activity. It determines the minimum   quantity,   quality,   and   time-phasing   of required manpower over the mobilization planning period   (Mobilization-day   [M-day]   through   M+12 months).  NMMOS  is  maintained  and  operated  by  the Navy  Manpower  and  Material  Analysis  Center (NAVMAC). The scheduling or time-phasing of manpower is determined  by  the  activity’s  projected  workload  at various times during the mobilization planning period and  is  normally  described  in  a  logistics  support mobilization plan (LSMP). If no measurable workload is  available,  manpower  mobilization  requirements  are analytically derived. Manpower claimants, with the concurrence  of  the  resource  sponsor(s),  define  the operating  environment  and  time-phasing  of  work functions.  NAVMAC  determines/validates  quality, quantity, and time-phasing of required mobilization manpower. RESERVE REQUIREMENTS DETERMINATION Reserve   requirements   determination   (RRD) separates types of military manpower such as active duty, Selected Reserve (SELRES), or other military (reassigned active Individual Ready Reserve [IRR], Standby Reserve, Fleet Reserve, and retired personnel). A  manpower  mobilization  requirement  may  be designated SELRES if it meets all the following criteria: The position is military essential. Manpower is required within M+10 days. Premobilization  training  is  required. Other  manpower  mobilization  requirements  at M-day, M+30 days, M+60 days, M+90 days, M+120 days,  or  M+180  days  may  be  designated  as  other military  (OM),  These  manpower  requirements  are resourced   from   reassigned   active,   IRR,   Standby Reserve,  Fleet  Reserve,  and/or  retired  personnel. MOBILIZATION  PLANNING In  planning  mobilization  requirements,  the following requirements should be observed: .  Manpower  documents  should  show  efficient  use and  assignment  of  manpower. .  AU  combat  forces  should  attain  organizational manning by M+1 month. Support activities should attain organizational  manning  by  M+3  months. . The full mobilization of combat forces (active and Reserve) with supporting assets constitutes full mobilization.  For  planning  purposes,  this  level  of manpower mobilization requirements is attained at M+3 months. l To go beyond full mobilization into building or creating  additional  force  units  is  defined  as  total mobilization.  The  buildup  from  full  mobilization  into total mobilization is shown at M+12 months. Due to extensive  buildup  for  new  construction,  ships,  and aircraft, M+12 is an extension of  M+6 and represents manpower required for increased training and other preparatory activity. TIME-PHASING Time-phasing is both a practical necessity and a convenient management tool. Time-phasing spreads manpower   requirements   across   the   mobilization planning period. The demand for manpower will vary with  billet  priority  (necessity)  and  system  constraints such  as  administrative  processing,  personnel  berthing, messing,  and  transportation  (capacity). RESPONSIBILITIES A  number  of  officials  have  responsibilities  in connection  with  MPAs  and  the  manning  of  activities. Here we discuss some of their more important duties. 8-2

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