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Description: Defense Transportation Regulation – Part III February 25, 2016 Mobility III-ii FOREWORD This document is a revised Defense Transportation Regulation (DTR) 4500.9-R ​​…

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DTR Part VIDTR 4500.9-R ​​DTR Part V DTR Part IVDEFENSETRANSPORTATION DTR Part III DTR Part III REGULATION DTR Part IIDEAL IIIDTR Part I MOBILITY MRHoeumvmeaaminnesnt Mobility July 2011 (Includes amendments up to and including February 25, 2016) Transport Regulations 6 Feb 2016) Defen 6 Feb 2016 Revised Defense Transportation Regulation (DTR) 4500.9-R, Part III, Mobility. It was issued under the authority of Department of Defense (DoDD) Directive 4500.09E, Transportation and Traffic Management. It implements Department of Defense (DoD) policy governing the use of DoD-owned and controlled aircraft and navigation/air transport and establishes mobility movement criteria. In accordance with DoDD 5158.04, United States Transportation Command, the Commander, United States Transportation Command (USTRANSCOM) is the sole DoD manager of transportation (as opposed to a single service or theater-assigned transportation asset). As the owner of the DoD deployment process, USTRANSCOM oversees the overall effectiveness, efficiency, and coherence of deployment activities at the DoD level, including force projection, sustainment, and redeployment/retrofit operations, establishes the concepts and operational framework related to the planning and execution of DoD transportation operations, maintains liaison with the DoD Logistics Executive, and develops and maintains DoDD distribution process instructions that define authority, responsibility, resources, and accountability for managing the distribution process. Strict compliance with the provisions of this regulation is essential to maintaining the integrity of the DoD transportation system. The use of the Defense Transportation System (DTS) is outlined as policy in DoDD 4500.09E and DoD4515.13-R, Airlift Qualification. The Under Secretary of Defense for Acquisition, Technology and Logistics has the authority to grant exceptions to DoDD 4500.09E. Requests for exemption from the air clearance policy will be submitted to IAV DoD 4515.13-R, Chapter 10, Special Actions and Procedures. This change is effective immediately. To ensure uniformity, there are no provisions for supplemental or unilateral changes to this regulation and all DoD components will distribute it for use at the operational level. DoD components may issue more detailed guidance if necessary and will provide a copy of USTRANSCOM/TCJ4-PT. Proposed amendments to this regulation will be sent to UTRANSCOM/TCJ4-PT through the DoD component traffic management channel. Without prior coordination with the Defense Services and Logistics Agency, no changes can be made to the DTR. DoD components may obtain copies of this rulebook through their own publication channels and are authorized for public release, unrestricted distribution. It is also available on the USTRANSCOM website at http://www.transcom.mil/. III-ii Defense Transport Regulation – Part III February 25, 2016 Mobility CONTENTS FOREWORD ………………………… … .. …………………………………….. …… .. …………………………………… ……………………. ….. II APPENDIX ……………… …………………. ………………………. ………………………. …. …………….. ………………………… IVFIGURES .. … …………. ……………………………… .. .. ………. ………………………………… … ………………………….. OSMILJE ………….. …. …………………………………….. … … …………………………………….. ….. .. .. …………….. ABBREVIATIONS AND ABBREVIATIONS ……………….. …. .. .. …………………………………… …… … ………………. XIDEFINITIONS ………………… … .. …. …………………………………. ….. …. …………………………………. ………. ….. … … REFERENCES ………….. …. ………. ……………………………….. ….. . …………………………………………… …… . …………….. CHAPTER 301 – GENERAL PROVISIONS ON MOVEMENT …………………….. …………………. …………….301-1 A. The purpose……………………………. …………… …………………………………………… .. ………………………………………… … .. .301-1 B. Procedures…………………………….. .. ……. …………………………………. ……… ………….301-1 C. Administration of the DTR program…………………………. . …………………………………………. . …………..301-2 D. State/military property or unique property ………………. … .. ………………. …………….301-3 E. Individual missions, roles and responsibilities .. .. ………………………………….. …….. … .. .301-3 F. Procedures of the regulatory body…………………………….. .. .. ……… ……………………………….. 301-3 G. Activity status Changed ring or mission ……………………………………… ……………….. ………………………… …….301-3 H. Traffic management in emergency conditions………. .. …………………………… ………………. .301-4 I. Disruption of transport systems …………………………….. .. ………. ………….. 301-4 CHAPTER 302 – MOBILIZATION AND PREVIOUS PROJECT ACTIVITIES …… .. …………….. …………………..302-1 A. Source of mobilization transport ………….. .. …………………………. ……………………. .. ……..302-1 B. Transport mobilization options …………………………….. …………. ………………………………302-1 C. Effect of transport mobilization in other resource areas ………………………………….302-1 D. Sources of mobilized transport personnel. …………………………………………… …………….. … …..302-2 E. Planning Considerations for Deployment, Sustainment, and Redeployment ……..302-3 F. Unloading Military Materiel for Installation and Receiving Capability Report ………….302-15 CHAPTER 303 – DEVELOPMENT ACTIVITIES …………. ………… ……………………………….. ……….. ..303-1 A. General …………………………………………… …………………………………………. . ……………………303-1 B. Air transport ………. .. ……………………………… …………… … ………………………….. …303-1 C. Deployment operations .. .. ……………………………………… ………… …. ………………………….. …303-6 D. Passenger transport .. ………………………………………. ………. …. …………………………….. ….303-19 E. Intermodal movements .. ….. ………………………………….. …………………………. ………………. …………………303-22 CHAPTER 304 – MAINTENANCE ACTIVITIES . …………………………………………. . …………………………304-1 A. Sustainability…………………………………………… …….. ……….. . …………………………………. 304 -1 CHAPTER 305 – RE-DESIGN ACTIVITIES …………………… ……………. ………. …………………305-1 A. General. …………………………………………. . ………………………………………… .. ……………….305-1 B. Use of form DD 1907, record of signature and result……… . ……………………………………….305-13 III-iii Defense Transport Regulation – Part III 25 February 2016 Mobility APPENDIX ANNEX A – OFFICER MOBILE UNIT (MOU) ………………… ………………. ………………………… ….. A-1 A. General………. ……………………………….. …………….. … .. ………………………. ……………….. .. … ……. A-1 B. UMO …………………………. . …………………………………………… .. .. …………………………………….. ….. A-1 C. UMO folder ………………………………………… .. ………………………………………… …….. .. ……………. A-2APPENDIX B – AIRCRAFT ATTACHMENT UNIT, CARGO PLANNER CERTIFICATION ……….. …….. B- 1 A. Air Mobility Command (AMC) Branch. the first contingency planning program……… B- 1 B. Training and certification related to contingency planning at AMC ……… B -3APPENDIX C – SEALIFT RESOURCES ……… …………. ………………… ……………………….. ……………………………….. … .. C-1 A. Vessels owned or controlled by the state …………………………….. ……… ………………. C-1 B. Commercial ships ………. ………………………………. …………………………….. …. …….. … ……………………….. C-1 C. Common vessel types .. ……………………………………… ……….. ……………………………….. …………….. C-1 D. Procedures and instructions……………………. ………… … …………………………….. ………………… C- 2APPENDIX D – SUPERCARGO PERSONNEL ………. ………… ……………….. ………………………… …… D-1 A. General … ………………………………………. ………………… ………………. … ……. ………………………………….. … D-1 B. Supercargo staff …………………………………. .. ……. …………………………………………… … ….. D-1 C. Supercargo Personal Unit Management …………………………….. ……….. …………. D-1 D. Responsibilities………………. ………………………. …. …………….. ………………………. …. …… D-1APPENDIX E – PORT EXPANSION….. .. …………………….. ……………………………….. .. ………. …………….. ….. E-1 A. Outside the Continental United States (OCONUS) …. .. …………………….. ……….. ……….. .. …. E-1 B. CONE/OCONUS …………………………………. ….. …………………………………………… .. ……………. E-1APPENDIX F – AUTHORIZATIONS FOR MILITARY MOVEMENT OVER UNITED STATES PUBLIC HIGHWAYS AND CONVOY OPERATIONS AND PROCEDURES FOR WEATHER COUNTRIES ……… ..F -1 A. General ………………………………………… . …….. ……………. …………………….. …… .. …………. ….F-1 B. Movement of oversized/overweight military vehicles and other special military movements ………….. .. ………………….. ………………… .. ………… …………… ……………….. ..F -1 C. Applicability …………………………………. …….. ………………………………………… .. ……… ……….F-1 D. Regulations …………………. … …………………… ………………………….. … ………….. …………………….F-1 E. Procedures …. …………………………………….. ……….. …. …………………………….. ……………… ….. ……….F-2 F. Limitations …………………….. ….. …………….. ……………………………. ….. .. ………. ………………….. F-2 Mr. Responsibilities ….. …………………………………….. ………… ……………………………….. …. . …..F-3 H. Ear Size/Ears Wedge Movements Including Commercial Mounts ………………………………….. .. F-7 I. Oversized/overweight movements involving carriers other than commercial ones involved, (ie DOD vehicles) …………………. ………. ………………….. …………………… ……………..F-8 J. General Convoy Operations …………………… ………………….. ……… .. …………………. …………….. F-9 K. Procedures in the event of an accident .. .. ……………………………………. ………….. .. ………………………….. …………………. F-11 L. Army Convoy Operations ………………………………….. . …………………………………………… .. ..F-11 M. Identification of the military convoy ………………………………….. . …………………. …………………….. F- 13 Organization of convoy N. Armies …………………………………………… ….. .. …………………………………… …………. .. ………..F-13 O. Procedures for army convoys …………………………….. ……….. ……………………………………… . ……………….F-14 P. Army Reports on the Road …………………… . …………………………………………… ………. …………………………F-15APPENDIX G – MOVEMENT OF HUMANITARIAN AID STOCKS ( HA)……. ………… G-1 A. Humanitarian aid………… …………….. .. …………….. …………………………. .. …………….. .. G-1 Amendment B. Denton .. ………………. … ……………………. … ………………. …. …………………… … G-1 C. Incidents before the release of HA Cargo…… ….. …………………… …….. ……………. ….. ………… G-2 D. Undocumented cargo …. …………………. ….. …………….. ….. …………………. …… …………….. ……. G-2 E. Coordination …….. …… …………………………….. ……… …….. ………………………….. …………….. G-2 III-iv Defense Transportation Regulation – Part III February 25, 2016 Mobility F. Conditions for coordination ……………………………………………. …………….. ………………………….. … G-2 G. Preparation and documentation procedures ……… ………………………………. ………………………… …. G -3 H. Coordination of theater transport…………………………….. …… ……. ……………………….. G-4 I Theater Airlift Wings.. ………… ………………………………… …… ….. …………………………………………… …. G-4 J. AMC TACC…………………………….. ……….. …………………………………………… ……. ……. ……………. G-4 K. Control of mission execution in the theater ……………………………………………. …………………. ….. ……… … G-4 L. Theater JDDOC ………………………… …………………. …………………………………………… …….. …… …………………. G-4 M. Processing cargo a t Destined to mix ……………………………………… …. .. .. …………………………………. Mr- 4 N. ITV Compliance ………………………………………… …….. …………………………………… ……………………. … … G-5 APPENDIX H – DOCUMENTATION FOR CHANGING UNITS………. ………………….. .. ……………………. ………………….. H -1 A .Purpose ………………… …………………………….. …………… ………………………………….. .. …… . ……………. H-1 B. Contracts with the host nation (HN) …………. .. .. …………………….. …………………. .. ……………. H-1 C. Procedures…………………… .. .. ………………… ……………………… .. ………………… ……………………… H-2 D. Configuration of the shipping unit. …………………………………………. . …………………………………. H-2 E. Marking and labeling of shipping units .. ……………………………………. …… .. .. ……………. H-4 F. Radio frequency identification (RFID) procedures ………………. …………………… . ……….. H-5 Mr. TCN ……… …………………………………. ……………. ………………………….. …………………. …………… H-6 H. TTN …………………………………………… ………………………………………… .. ………………………….. H-6 I. Codes of transport documents ……… .. .. …………………………… ………….. …. ……… H-6 J. Advanced Motion Data Formats …………………………………. …. ……………………………………….. … H-7 K. Cleaning, Routing and Prefetching of Data…………………………….. … ……. …….. H-7 L. Surface discussion and terminal processing…………….. ….. …. ………………. ……………………….. .. H-9 M Air Terminal Processing ………… …………………………………….. …… ………………….. ……. H-9 N. Hazmat Special Per Provided (SP) .. ………………………………….. …………… .. ………………………….. ……………….. H-9 O. Transport contradictions. …………………………………………… … . …. ………………………….. H-10 B. Timeliness of data …. … .. ………………………………… ………………… ……………………….. …………….. …. H-10APPENDIX I – AUTOMOBILE MOBILITY SYSTEMS ………………… ………………. ………………….I-1 A. Automatic Manifest System (AMS) ………………. ……………………. …………………….. …………I-1 B. Automatic manifest system, tactical (AMS-TAC) …………………… . ……………………………..I-1 C. Computerized system for movement planning and status (KOMPAS). .. …………………..I-2 D. Cargo Movement Operating System (CMOS) ……………………………………… …………………….. ….. ..I-2 E. Deliberate crisis action planning and execution segment (DCAPES)…………….. … …….I -2 F. Asset Visibility (AV) Defense Logistics Agency Integrated Data Environment (IDE) …………………………….. ….. ………………………………. …….. ……………………………….I-3 G. Direct Seller Delivery Electronic Data Interchange (DVD EDI) ……………………………..I-3 H. Financial and Air Transport System (FACTS) …………………………………. I- 3 I. Global Air Transport Executive System (GATES) ………………………………….. . …… …..I-3 J. Global Combat Support System (GCSS) …………………… ………………. ………………………………. I- 4 K. Global Command and Control System (GCCS) …………………………………. .. ……. ……………..I-4 L. Global Transport Network (GTN) ………. …………………………… …………………….. ……….. ….I-5 M. Integrated Data Environment/Global Transport Network (IGC) ………………. ………..I -5 N. Integrated Computerized Application System (IKODES) ……………………… …………… ……… …I-5 O. Integrated Reservation System (IBS) ……………………………………… …………………… …………………… .. ………..I -6 P. Joint Power Request Generator II (JFRG II) ………………………………….. ……………………….. I-6 V. System for joint planning and execution of operations (JOPES) ………………………………….. ………I-6 R. Radio frequency identification (RFID)…………………………….. …….. …………………………………………. I -6 S .Servers of regional visibility in transit (RF-ITV) ……………………. . ………………………………… I -7 T. Satellite tracking systems… ……………………………………….. ………….. …………………………….. . ..I-7 U. Automated Transportation Coordinator Information for Movement System (TC-AIMS II) ………………………. ……… …….. …………………………………… ……… ………………..I-9 II I-v Regulation on transport in the defense sector – Part III February 25, 2016 Mobility ANNEX J – HAZARDOUS MATERIALS (HAZMAT) CERTIFICATION AND MOBILE TESTING PROCEDURES …………………………….. ………….. …. ………………………….. …………….. …. ……………. J-1 A. In general…………… ………. …………………….. ……….. ………. ……………………….. ……………………… .. J-1 B. Traveling by plane ………………………….. ………. …… …………………………………………… ……. … J-1 C. Driving on the highway …………………. ………. ……………. …………………………………. ……. … ……. J-4 D. Moving on a rail ………………….. ……………………. …………… ………… …… …………….. …………… J-5 E. Movement of the vessel …. …………………………………….. ………… …. ………………………….. ………………. …. J -6 F. Mandatory training …………………………………………… …….. …………………………………… ………….. …. … J-7 Mr. HAZMAT deliveries in multiple modes ….. …………………………………. ……………….. …………… J-10APPENDIX K – HAZMAT SPECIAL PERMITS (SP) …………….. …… K-1 A. Exceptions …………………………………. ……… ………………… ………………. . ………………………….. K-1 B. Waiver …………….. . ………………………… ……………. .. .. ………………………. ……………. .. …. ……… K-1 C. SP…………… ………….. .. …………….. ………………………… … …………….. …………… ……………. .K -1 D. Mobility Considerations for Ammunition Shipments through SEEA Ports Without Ammunition ………………………………… ……….. ………………………… ………………. . ………………………. K-2 E. Use of contracted commercial aircraft for the transport of explosives and other HAZMAT… .. …………………….. ……. …………… .. ………………………….. ………………….. ……………………. K- 3APPENDIX L – ARRIVAL/DEPARTURE CONTROL GROUP (A/DACG)…….. ………………………. ………………………. …………………. ……………… ……… ….. L-1 A. Commander A/DACG OR officer in charge ………. …………………………… L -1 B. Officer A/DACG …… … ………………………………. ………… ……………………………….. …… .. ……. L-1 C. Alert Surveillance Area Officer ………. .. …. ………………………. ……………… … … …….. L-1 D. Call Forwarding Area Officer …………………….. …. … ………… ………………………. ….. … ……… L-2 E. Unit or Administration Officer A/DACG ………………. …… …. ………….. ……………………. L-2 F. Службеник за логистику …. ……………………………….. …….. …………………………………. …… ….. ………… Л-2 Г. Службеник за статистику …………………………………………… …………………………………………… ……… Л-2ДОДАТАК М – АЕРОДРОМ И ПРОЦЕДУРЕ НА ТЕРМИНАЛУ …………………… …….. М-1 А. Процедуре на ваздушном терминалу …………………… .. ……………………………………………….. .. ….. М-1 Б Ознака аеродрома ……………………………. .. …………………………………………………….. .. ……………. М-1 Ц. Одговорности за ваздушне терминале и аеродроме……… ……………………………. М-3 Д. Функције авио терминала…….. ……………………………………………….. …………………… ………… М-4 Е. Операција кретања ваздуха ………… …………………………………………………………. … ………………. …………… М-5 ПРИЛОГ Н – РАЗВОЈ АКТИВНОСТИ ЈЕДИНИЦА…. …………………………………………………………. … ………………. .. Н-1 А. Задаци …………. ………………………………………. ………… …………………………………. …………….. …………….. Н-1 Б. Развој ситуације и процена кризе………. …………. .. ……………………………. Н-2 Ц. Ток радње ( ЦОА) Развој и одабир …………………………………………………….. …. … Н-2 Д. Планирање имплементације …………………………………. …………………………………. …………….. ….. …………. Н-2 Е. Извршење …………. …………. …. …………………………………………. …. ………………………… ……. Н-3 Ф. Радиофреквентна идентификација ( РФИД) Процедуре …………………………………………………. …. Н-3ДОДАТАК О – ПРИПРЕМА ОПРЕМЕ И НАБАВКА И ПРОЦЕДУРЕ ЗАЈЕДНИЧКЕ ИНСПЕКЦИЈЕ (ЈИ) ЗА ВОЈНИ ВАЗДУШНИ ПРОМЈЕН………………….. ….. … О-1 А. Ваздушна возила и опрема ……… ….. …………………… ….. … О-1 Б. Б периферна прашина у ваздушној опреми …………………………………………… ……………………………… О-1 Ц. Резервоари за воду . …………………………………………… … .. ………………………………………… …. .. ………. О-1 Д. Генерални терет …………………….. ….. …………………………………………………………. ………………………. О-2 Е. Држачи …….. …….. …………………………………. ……… . ……………………………….. ………. О -2 Ф. Опасне материје (ХАЗМАТ) ……………… ………. … …………………………….. …. О-2 Г. Хеликоптери/Авиони .. ……………………………….. ……… … …………………………………. ………. … О-2 ИИИ-ви Уредба о транспорту одбране – ИИИ део 25. фебруар 2016. Мобилност Х. Палетизовани терет…………… ………… …………………………………. …………….. ………………………… О-2 И. Означавање терета, контејнера и палета за кретање …………………………… . …. …………. О-3 Ј. Контролна листа процедура састављања палета …………………. …………………………………………… .. О-3 К. Стандарди инспекције …………………………………. ………………………………………………………. ………. О-5 Л. ДД Образац 2775, идентификатор палете …………………… …………………………………………. . …

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