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Old 03-06-2022, 04:22 PM
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Status of US Military worldwide 15DEC68
https://emu.usahec.org/alma/multimed...115960I002.pdf

ARMY FOCUS 94 FORCE XXI
https://emu.usahec.org/alma/multimed...61MN000328.pdf

Proposal to expand use of M551 JAN80
https://emu.usahec.org/alma/multimed...474MN11072.pdf

summary of USSR and Satelite State military forces 1948
https://emu.usahec.org/alma/multimed...39MN000002.pdf

THE DETERMINANTS OF EFFECTIVE PERFORMANCE OF COMBAT UNITS AT THE NATIONAL TRAINING CENTER
https://emu.usahec.org/alma/multimed...12MN000925.pdf
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Not sure if you guys had a copy of this one I swiped off the desk at a deactivating unit...

FORSCOM Army National Guard and Reserve Unit List from October 1986
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Not sure if you guys had a copy of this one I swiped off the desk at a deactivating unit...

FORSCOM Army National Guard and Reserve Unit List from October 1986
I don't believe I do. Thanks Chico! I appreciate it.
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Old 03-13-2022, 10:17 PM
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USAR Regimental System 1982 (the methodology used to pick prioritize Regts)

https://emu.usahec.org/alma/multimed...169204I004.pdf

Final Draft to FORSCOM Reg 350-4 Training under CAPSTONE
(Missing Appendix G: WARTRAIN alignments and Appendix H Roundout units)


https://emu.usahec.org/alma/multimed...15MN002292.pdf

Final Draft of Consolidate AR11-22, AR 11-20 and AR 11-28 Dec 1986

https://emu.usahec.org/alma/multimed...93MN021941.pdf

Chico and Shrike, page 17 & 18, it states CAPSTONE was published in five volumes. Any ideas where we can get it?

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Old 03-14-2022, 09:50 AM
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Not sure if you guys had a copy of this one I swiped off the desk at a deactivating unit...

FORSCOM Army National Guard and Reserve Unit List from October 1986
Chico, thanks! I had this from when you first found it many moons ago. Wish we could find one from 1988/89/90……
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Old 03-14-2022, 04:08 PM
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Chico and Shrike, page 17 & 18, it states CAPSTONE was published in five volumes. Any ideas where we can get it?
No, but I found this, apparently there was a proposed capstone realignment for 1988-9. https://emu.usahec.org/alma/multimed...53MN003657.pdf

Response to 103FAB capstone realignment issue ^^^
https://emu.usahec.org/alma/multimed...53MN003736.pdf

More stuff
RMS regiment issues 1982
https://emu.usahec.org/alma/multimed...030555I020.pdf

Comments on Reserve Component Training AT-86
https://emu.usahec.org/alma/multimed...53MN004285.pdf

22 SUPCOM redeployment sequence May 1991
https://emu.usahec.org/alma/multimed...41MN000037.pdf
https://emu.usahec.org/alma/multimed...23MN001200.pdf
https://emu.usahec.org/alma/multimed...41MN000027.pdf

Vuono letter to Powell on projected 1990s Army reductions. from 1990
https://emu.usahec.org/alma/multimed...84MN003012.pdf
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Old 03-14-2022, 05:00 PM
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Shrike

It looks like the Holy Grail is the CAPSTONE Volumes and the Time Phased Deployment List/Force Packages. The question is who has them?
Looks, so far, that the USAHEC doesn’t.
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Old 03-15-2022, 10:33 AM
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Shrike/Chico,

Sent a FOI Request Dept of The Army, specifically DCSOPS. Hopefully they have the CAPSTONE volumes (two years ago I did a FOI to FORSCOM with no luck)
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It looks like the Holy Grail is the CAPSTONE Volumes and the Time Phased Deployment List/Force Packages. The question is who has them?
Looks, so far, that the USAHEC doesn’t.
The more I read into Capstone the more I am not so sure that there is a list of alignments.

https://www.gao.gov/assets/nsiad-92-261.pdf

I hope you're right about it though.
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It looks like the Holy Grail is the CAPSTONE Volumes and the Time Phased Deployment List/Force Packages. The question is who has them?
Looks, so far, that the USAHEC doesn’t.
I recall from reading about the Desert Shield deployment that the Time Phased Deployment List/Force Packages for the CENTCOM AOR were in the midst of a major rewrite when Saddam invaded Kuwait, which caused no end of hassle. (see p 43) So I think it might be a collection of plans (for each region/scenario) that evolved over time, and it might have been computerized rather than paper documents, which could be problematic! Best of luck!
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Old 03-27-2022, 09:39 AM
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I guess so?

I was in the 28th in the mid-90s. My impression was that my unit (the signal battalion) was very proficient in its technical performance and utterly and totally lacking in tactical performance. When we have the occasional threads here about "what would have happened to you in the war" I always think my answer would be either "killed in an ambush driving around the division rear area" or "killed while sleeping because the guard was goofing off/sleeping/drinking". The battalion was basically a drinking club that wore camouflage and operated a MSE network...

My duties there concerned keeping track of the equipment and keeping the trucks and generators running (and it was post-Cold War) so I had zero visibility into what the wartime employment was supposed to be!
Shrike & Chico, from UKCICC Minutes October 1988:

US Formations Staging Through the UK

a. II Marine Expeditionary Force (IIMEF)
Detailed accommodation requirements for II MEF were it to stage through the UK in wartime, have now been received from the US and work is in hand to identify and earmark suitable sites within the desired radius of the formation's arrival air and sea ports (Liverpool). The maximum requirement would be 28 individual unit sites or, if collocated, 11 larger sites to accommodate 40,600 personnel and their associated vehicles and equipment. The staging of II MEF through the UK will be simulated in Exercise WINTEX/CIMEX 89.
b. US Infantry Division
Whilst it has been confirmed that SACEUR now intends the 9th Infantry Division deploy direct to BALTAP without staging through the UK, the US are likely nonetheless to require staging facilities in the UK for the smaller 28th Infantry Division (17,000 strong). Details of the support and facilities which would be required for this formation are awaited from US staff.
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It also appears, from the same document, that Canada formally requested that the UK allow them to establish a Canadian European Theatre Base to support Canadian Forces committed to NATO. They further requested facilities to store 16,000 tons of tri-service ammunition.
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It also appears, from the same document, that Canada formally requested that the UK allow them to establish a Canadian European Theatre Base to support Canadian Forces committed to NATO. They further requested facilities to store 16,000 tons of tri-service ammunition.
Great stuff Chico!
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Hungarian Air Defence Breakdown unknown year
https://emu.usahec.org/alma/multimed...399637I010.pdf

Army of the Czech Republic 1994 includes vehicle totals and unit locations
https://emu.usahec.org/alma/multimed...354188I003.pdf

Swedish Total Defence brochure 1988
https://emu.usahec.org/alma/multimed...5MN0005387.pdf

32IB Reforger 86 Booklet
https://emu.usahec.org/alma/multimed...15MN004590.pdf
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Old 03-30-2022, 04:44 PM
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Great stuff LouieD!
fixed it for you!
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Hungarian Air Defence Breakdown unknown year
https://emu.usahec.org/alma/multimed...399637I010.pdf

Army of the Czech Republic 1994 includes vehicle totals and unit locations
https://emu.usahec.org/alma/multimed...354188I003.pdf
Great finds!!!

A more detailed look at the Hungarians is here.

I wish the Czech document was about 6 or 7 years older!
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fixed it for you!
LOL OMG I can't believe I did that. It was a long day. Sorry Louie.

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Company Commanders Guide to the 9th Infantry Division (MTZ) 1986
https://emu.usahec.org/alma/multimed...60MN000606.pdf

Certification Reports on 7ID(L)
1983
https://emu.usahec.org/alma/multimed...30MN003750.pdf
1985
https://emu.usahec.org/alma/multimed...30MN003748.pdf
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28 ID detailed reorganization to L Series TOE inc unit stationing, manning, etc.
https://emu.usahec.org/alma/multimed...94MN002101.pdf

REPORT OF B-24'S INCLUDING SERIAL NUMBERS WITH SQUADRON, NAMES, AND A SHORT HISTORY
https://emu.usahec.org/alma/multimed...368749I001.pdf

Report on Operation Buster Jangle
https://emu.usahec.org/alma/multimed...60MN001322.pdf

Equipment Readiness of 5ID (M) on March 1990
https://emu.usahec.org/alma/multimed...5MN0011454.pdf
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Engines and transmissions of various US Army combat Vehicles
https://emu.usahec.org/alma/multimed...59MN000040.pdf

1989 Division Commanders Conference
https://emu.usahec.org/alma/multimed...161335I002.pdf
https://emu.usahec.org/alma/multimed...161334I001.pdf

Berlin Brigade IPR
https://emu.usahec.org/alma/multimed...60MN000645.pdf
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FAV/TOW issues
https://emu.usahec.org/alma/multimed...30MN005531.pdf

3-87th Infantry during Desert Storm
https://apps.dtic.mil/sti/pdfs/ADA277590.pdf

86TH USARCOM PRESENTATION [REGARDING] READINESS NINETY CONCEPT DESIGN
https://emu.usahec.org/alma/multimed...06014I001A.pdf
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Thanks for this one! I've updated my files so they have the full armor battalion rather than the two companies that I had previously listed!
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Order of Battle Summary Foreign Military Forces July 1950
https://emu.usahec.org/alma/multimed...0008_final.pdf

Turkish Armored Force Summary Early 80s
https://emu.usahec.org/alma/multimed...15MN012261.pdf

Fort Stewart booklet 1994
https://emu.usahec.org/alma/multimed...349429I001.pdf

MEMORANDUM \REGARDING HASC REPORT- CALL-UP OF SOUTH CAROLINA NATIONAL GUARD COMBAT UNITS DURING OPERATIONS DESERT SHIELD/STORM
https://emu.usahec.org/alma/multimed...364573I004.pdf
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1993 proposal for all roundout AC Divisions/All Divisions CONUS
https://emu.usahec.org/alma/multimed...160454I001.pdf

Allegations of Degraded Readiness of the 5th Battalion/159th Aviation Regiment
http://archive.gao.gov/d23t8/142124.pdf

Correspondence on FY 93 proposed cuts to OK NG 1992
https://emu.usahec.org/alma/multimed...422312I045.pdf

Removal of 45 IB from inactivation list for FY93.
https://emu.usahec.org/alma/multimed...343985I013.pdf
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III Corps ADA Brigade (34th ADA Bde) activation talk 1986
https://emu.usahec.org/alma/multimed...53MN001078.pdf

34th Bde, 47th Infantry Division Annual Training agenda 1987
https://emu.usahec.org/alma/multimed...15MN011347.pdf

209th FA Bde Capstone alignments problems.
https://emu.usahec.org/alma/multimed...53MN003374.pdf

USARSO Command Summary FY90
https://emu.usahec.org/alma/multimed...258025I001.pdf

ASSESSING THE STRUCTURE AND MIX OF FUTURE ACTIVE AND RESERVE FORCES 1992
https://emu.usahec.org/alma/multimed...3070_Final.pdf
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Shrike

Excellent as usual!!’ Please check your email & PM
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Excellent as usual!!’ Please check your email & PM
Got it, it works. Thanks!
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III Corps ADA Brigade (34th ADA Bde) activation talk 1986
https://emu.usahec.org/alma/multimed...53MN001078.pdf

Interestingly, when III Corps' ADA Brigade was activated in 1988, it was the 31st, not the 34th that is referenced in the document!
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LAV-25 for XVIII Airborne Corps Recon June 1989
https://emu.usahec.org/alma/multimed...145401I005.pdf

3/73rd Armor TOE with LAV-25s Feb 1990
https://emu.usahec.org/alma/multimed...27MN001560.pdf

LAV-25 Validation update May 1990
https://emu.usahec.org/alma/multimed...27MN001542.pdf
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