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Old 12-13-2018, 05:06 PM
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Updated........Adm. Lee please let me know what you have.

26 ID European/NATO

28 ID SWA/XVIII Corps "Between 1985 and 1988, the 28th was under Headquarters I Corps, Ft. Lewis, Washington. On October 1, 1988, the Division was placed under control of the XVIII Corps, Ft. Bragg, NC." page 68 in 28th Infantry (Keystone) Division (Mechanized) 125 Years of Service. Turner Publishing.

29 ID(L) European/NATO, secondary SWA (not 100% confirmed yet on either)

34/47 ID Replaces 6 ID(L) if it goes to Korea, under I Corps, unknown secondary

35 ID (M) European/NATO

38 ID European/NATO. Participated in Warfighter 89 (CPX) that simulated a major battle in the Fulda Gap (V Corps area).

40 ID(M) Korea, secondary European/NATO or SWA

42 ID European/NATO

49 AD European/NATO

50 AD European/NATO

27 IB(L) RO 10 MtnD(L)

29 IB Corps mission (taken directly from Congressional Testimony)

30 IB(M) European/NATO (taken directly from Congressional Testimony)possibly AFSOUTH (Italy, Greece, Turkey)

30 AB European/NATO- Reforger 1992 Certain Caravan

31 AB European/NATO- Reforger 1990 Certain Shield (V Corps)

32 IB(M) European/NATO- Reforger 1986 Certain Sentinel (VII Corps)

33 IB unknown, supposed to reinforce Inf School at Benning (mid 80's) but "Maneuver and Firepower" states five ARNG brigades were organized as "Rear Battle" brigades

39 IB unknown, but augmented 101 AbnD(AA) in mid 80's also, maybe Rear Battle brigade

41 IB I Corps Rear Battle brigade (taken directly from Congressional Testimony and a former Officer in the Bde)
"41st Separate Infantry Brigade had a RACO mission in S. Korea for I Corps. 2-218 FA was the direct support battalion for the brigade. So far as I know, we were the only U.S. element which had such a mission for Korea. During Team Spirit, our reps would spend as much time down near Uijongbu as most units did up near the DMZ. Our batteries were expected, like our rifle battalions, to operate semi-autonomous across the Corps rear area. Our brigade H.Q. was supposedly going to be co-located with a ROK division H.Q. for security and comms. Don't know what they were going to do with our Arty battalion H.Q. but we were the brigade's alternate TOC."

45 IB III Corps Rear Battle brigade- Reforger 1987 Certain Strike

53 IB Theatre Defense Reinforces 193 IB in Panama

73 IB Theatre Defense"non-NATO mission in Aleutian Islands" Ohio AG report 1989 and
https://www.army.mil/article/191199/ohi ... of_service
From Ohio AG Report: "The 73rd Infantry Brigade's (Separate) federal wartime mission is to conduct operations as a theater defense brigade in a non-NATO island oriented scenario. ... On December 1, 1988 the brigade was reorganized to the Army of Excellence series of tables of organization and equipment."

81 IB(M) RO 9 ID(Mtz)

92 IB Theatre Defense/SOUTHCOM Reserve

116 CB RO 4 ID(M)

155 AB RO 1 CD

163 AB Korea, secondary European/NATO

207 IG(S) Theatre Defense Alaska

218 IB(M) unknown

256 IB(M) RO 5 ID(M)

107 ACR European/NATO

278 ACR SWA, secondary European/NATO

157 IB(M) I Corps

187 IB Theatre Defense Iceland

205 IB(L) RO 6 ID(L)

I have also filed a FOI request and awaiting an answer.

Some Sources:
DOD authorization for appropriations for fiscal year 1993 and the future years defense program : hearings before the Committee on Armed Services, United States Senate, One Hundred Second Congress, second session
Part 6, starting on page 252, gives you all the ARNG FY92 Force Structure Reductions. It gives the rationale for each unit (and there are a ton)
"Reduced Global Threat" ie non-NATO
"Reduced NATO Threat" ie secondary NATO mission
"NATO CAPSTONE" ie European/NATO mission
https://babel.hathitrust.org/cgi/pt?id= ... up;seq=258

More about CAPSTONE:
3-1. History and principles

a. The WARTRACE Program dates back to 1973 when the Affil¬
iation Program was approved. The intent of Affiliation was to im¬
prove the training and readiness of RC combat battalions and
brigades by associating them with AA units. Under this program,
AA divisions formed training relationships with ARNG and USAR
units and worked with these units during both AT and IDT. In 1976,
combat support (CS) and combat service support (CSS) units were
added to the program. In 1978, two ARNG divisions were linked
with two AA divisions under the Division Partnership Program to
increase the readiness of ARNG divisions.

b. The success of the Affiliation Program led to an expansion of
the program’s goal in 1979. The goal was to integrate RC units into
war plans. The Affiliation Program, other readiness programs, RC
force modernization programs, and wartime requirements were all
rolled into the CAPSTONE Program. The program's original
objectives—

(1) Clearly defined the role of every unit in the Army (AA and
RC) for either USAREUR wartime or CONUS sustaining base
requirements.

(2) Established both planning and training associations between
RC units and the wartime AA headquarters.

(3) Established a Total Army program for force planning.

(4) Established a Total Army program for POMCUS, moderniza¬
tion, training, and readiness.

(5) Established a basis from which to plan mobilization and
deployment of RC units in wartime.

c. The Army CAPSTONE Program was established by the Chief
of Staff of the Army on 6 December 1979. FORSCOM was desig¬
nated as the coordinating authority for CAPSTONE and published
initial CAPSTONE alignments in August 1980.

d. In 1983, the program was expanded to encompass three war¬
time scenarios - Europe, Pacific, and Southwest Asia. A fourth set
of alignments for CONUS sustaining and training base and the
Theater Defense Brigades was also developed.


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