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SUBJ/ADAPTIVE MOBILIZATION EXECUTION GUIDANCE, DELEGATION OF
RESPONSIBILITIES FOR LOCAL AREA COORDINATOR FOR MOBILIZATION
(LACMOB) AND DESIGNATED NAVY MOBILIZATION PROCESSING SITES (NMPS)//
REF/A/MSG/CNO/261859ZJAN22//
REF/B/DOC/CNO/17AUG18//
REF/C/DOC/CNRF/23AUG22//
NARR/REF A IS NAVADMIN 013/22, Adaptive Mobilization. REF B is
OPNAVINST 3060.7C, Navy Manpower Augmentation Guide. REF C is
COMNAVRESFORINST 3060.7E, Navy Reserve Mobilization/Demobilization
Procedures.//
RMKS/
1. Purpose. This message promulgates updated guidance for Adaptive
Mobilization (AM) execution, assigns and clarifies responsibilities
for those delegated authority to act as a Local Area Coordinator for
Mobilization (LACMOB), and lists the currently designated Navy
Mobilization Processing Sites (NMPS).
2. Commander's Intent. Commander, Navy Reserve Force (CNRF) executes
AM to mobilize designated personnel for both (1) steady-state and
emergent ad hoc augmentation as well as (2) mass activation in
support of strategic competition. This message codifies the standard
procedures for fulfilling the requirements of steady-state and
emergent ad hoc augmentation.
3. Adaptive Mobilization
 3.A. Per reference (a) authority and responsibility of type
commander (TYCOM) and LACMOB was transferred to Commander, Navy
Reserve Forces Command (CNRFC).
 3.B. CNRFC is the single process owner of the NMPS Program per
references (b) and (c).
 3.C. CNRFC retains centralized oversight over decentralized NMPS
infrastructure and holds LACMOB authority.
 3.D. CNRFC with the support of Delegated LACMOBs (DLACMOB) will
conduct NMPS initial assessment and assist visits as required to
maintain processing standards, collect metrics, lessons learned, and
improve proficiencies and resourcing at each processing site.
4. Delegation of responsibilities for Local Area Coordinator for
Mobilization (LACMOB)
 4.A. Authority to establish or disestablish NMPSs resides with
CNRFC LACMOB per reference (c).
 4.B. The commands listed in paragraphs 4.b.i through 4.b.iii are
delegated the responsibilities of LACMOB in paragraph 3.a and 3.b of
Chapter 5 of reference (b). These commands will (1) coordinate and
manage all shore infrastructure, activities, and functions that
support Navy personnel augmentation processing requirements at the
NMPS and (2) coordinate with CNIC to ensure support services are
provided to the NMPS from the appropriate base facilities and
commands (e.g., Chaplain, FFSC, Medical, Legal, etc.) that are
necessary to meet mandated pre-deployment and re-deployment
requirements.
 4.B.i. Commander, Naval Air Force Reserve (CNAFR)
 4.B.ii. Commander, Navy Expeditionary Combat Command (COMNECC)
 4.B.iii. Commander, Navy Special Warfare Group Eleven (NSWG-11)
 4.C. Each command listed in para 4.b shall, using the template and
guidance provided by CNRF N36, develop and maintain a Manpower
Mobilization Support Plan (MMSP) in coordination with CNRF N36 and
regional supporting stakeholders where designated NMPSs exist.
 4.D. After exhausting organic manpower, delegated LACMOBs may
request Mobilization Processing Team (MPT) or Adaptive Mobilization
Readiness Team (AMRT) manpower augmentation per reference (b).
Request for Support (RFS) must be submitted at least 60 days in
advance of mobilization or demobilization processing.
 4.E. This delegation will remain in effect until superseded or
revoked by CNRFC via official Naval message.
5. List of designated NMPS
 5.A. The following commands are designated as a NMPS under CNRFC:
 5.A.i. MDSC (Individual Augmentee Manpower Managment (IAMM),
Operations Support Assignment (OSA), Global Support Assignments
(GSA) processing and RC mobilization and demobilization).
 5.A.ii. Navy Reserve Region Readiness and Mobilization Command
(REDCOM) Everett (IAMM and OSA processing for their assigned
personnel and RC mobilization only).
 5.A.iii. REDCOM San Diego (IAMM and OSA processing for their
assigned personnel and RC mobilization only).
 5.A.iv. REDCOM Great Lakes (IAMM and OSA processing for their
assigned personnel and RC mobilization only).
 5.A.v. REDCOM Fort Worth (IAMM and OSA processing for their
assigned personnel and RC mobilization only).
 5.A.vi. REDCOM Norfolk (IAMM and OSA processing for their
assigned personnel and RC mobilization only).
 5.A.vii. REDCOM Jacksonville (IAMM and OSA processing for their
assigned personnel and RC mobilization only).
 5.B. The following commands have been established as a designated
Navy Mobilization Processing Site under CNAFR (para 4.b.1):
 5.B.i. Commander, Fleet Logistics Support Wing (CFLSW) (IAMM and
OSA processing for their assigned personnel and RC mobilization
only).
 5.B.ii. Electronic Attack Squadron (VAQ) - 209 (IAMM and OSA
processing for their assigned personnel and RC mobilization only).
 5.C. The following commands have been established as a designated
NMPS under COMNECC (para 4.b.2.):
 5.C.i. Commander, Navy Expeditionary Logistics Support Group
(IAMM and OSA processing for their assigned personnel and RC
mobilization only).
 5.C.ii. Maritime Expeditionary Security Group ONE (IAMM and OSA
processing for their assigned personnel and RC mobilization only).
 5.C.iii. Maritime Expeditionary Security Group TWO (IAMM and OSA
processing for their assigned personnel and RC mobilization only).
 5.C.iv. Naval Construction Group ONE (IAMM and OSA processing
for their assigned personnel and RC mobilization only).
 5.C.v. Naval Construction Group TWO (IAMM and OSA processing for
their assigned personnel and RC mobilization only).
 5.D. The following commands have been established as a designated
NMPS under NSWG-11 (para 4.b.3.) for assigned personnel:
 5.D.i. SEAL Team SEVENTEEN (ST-17) (IAMM and OSA processing for
their assigned personnel and RC mobilization and demobilization).
 5.D.ii. SEAL Team EIGHTEEN (ST-18) (IAMM and OSA processing for
their assigned personnel and RC mobilization and demobilization).
6. Procedures for requesting establishment of an NMPS.
 6.A. Authority to establish or disestablish NMPSs resides with
CNRFC LACMOB per reference (c). Designated NMPSs may be
disestablished by CNRFC LACMOB based on factors such as performance
or resourcing issues.
 6.B. DLACMOB shall contact CNRF N36 at least nine months in
advance of an initial enabling event ensure sufficient time for site
survey, planning, training, and systems access coordination.
 6.C. MDSC is the Navy's Mobilization Center of Excellence (COE)
and the only approved NMPS training site. MDSC Subject Matter
Experts (SMEs) shall provide mobilization or demobilization
processing guidance to designated or prospective NMPS as directed by
CNRFC. MDSC will accomplish this through facilitated designated NMPS
Adaptive Mobilization Readiness Team (AMRT) or Mobilization
Processing Team (MPT) refresher training, and on an as-needed basis
for steady-state processing operations.
 6.D. Formal in-person training will occur over a full Monday
through Friday processing week onboard MDSC Norfolk, Virginia, no
earlier than 90 days and no later than 30 days before an initial
enabling event to align with operations and provide time to ensure
required systems accesses is obtained.
 6.E. MDSC shall maintain and update the Navy's mobilization and
demobilization processing guides including standardized deployer and
redeployer briefs per reference (b) and reference (c) in order to
ensure a standard process throughout the Navy Reserve. Additions to
any guide will be coordinated with CNRFC for dissemination.
 6.F. Initial enabling event. Prospective NMPS shall execute an
initial enabling coordinated with CNRF N36. An assessment team
comprised of staff from CNRF N36 will observe each initial enabling
event, the applicable command's DLACMOB and MDSC SMEs, if necessary,
will assist each initial enabling event.//
7. Points of Contact:
 7.A. CNRFC N36 (Office of Primary Responsibility): Mr. Roberto M.
Lopez, lacmob(at)us.navy.mil//
8. Released by RADM Michael Steffen, Deputy Commander, Navy Reserve
Force.//
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