USMC Total Force Mobilization, Activation, Integration, and Deactivation Plan (MAID-P)


MCO P3000.19 PLN


1. Situation

a. General

(1) This manual establishes Service policy and tasks that support references (a) through (e), and outlines procedures to conduct Marine Corps Reserve Component (RC) call-up as described in references (f) through (j). This manual is designed to support contingency planning leading to rapid augmentation and/or reinforcement of the Active Component (AC) of the U.S. Marine Corps. As such, this manual is directive in nature.

(2) The Department of Defense (DoD) will establish specific policy for each contingency requiring the activation and deployment of RC units and individuals.

d. Military Reference Times
(1) C-day. The unnamed day on which a deployment operation commences or is to commence. The deployment may be a movement of troops, cargo, weapons systems, or a combination of these using any and all types of transport. (JP 1-02)
(2) D-day. The unnamed day on which a particular operation
commences or is to commence. (JP 1-02)
(3) F-hour. The effective time of announcement by the Secretary of Defense to the military departments of a decision to activate reserve units. (JP 1-02)
(4) H-hour. The specific hour at which a particular operation commences or is due to commence. (JP 1-02)
(5) L-hour. The specific hour at which a deployment operation commences or is due to commence on C-day. (JP 1-02)
(6) M-day. The unnamed day on which full Mobilization [per 10 U.S. Code, Section 12301] commences or is to commence. (JP 1-02)
(7) N-day. The unnamed day an active duty unit is notified for deployment or redeployment. (JP 1-02)
(8) S-day. The day the President authorizes Selected Reserve callup (not more than 200,000). (JP 1-02)
(9) T-day. The effective day coincident with the Presidential declaration of national emergency and authorization of partial mobilization (not more than 1,000,000 personnel exclusive of 200,000 callup). (JP 1-02)



(a) Joint Publication 4-05.1, Joint Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures for Manpower Mobilization and Demobilization Operations: Reserve Component (RC) Callup, dated 11 Nov 1998 (U)

(b) 10 U. S. C. Section 101(a)(13), Contingency Operation

1. General

a. Purpose. This Annex shows national and Marine Corps actions once the decision has been made to activate the Reserve Component. The figure below illustrates National level actions described in reference (a) requiring combatant commander, Service Headquarters, Joint Staff, DoD, and Presidential coordination to gain Presidential authority to involuntarily recall RC members to active duty (other than for training). Example below shows length of time (i.e., 3 days) between attacks on the World Trade Center/Pentagon and the President ordering the Ready Reserve to active duty1. This process is event driven.

b. Information. A Presidential Executive Order (EO) is issued authorizing the SecDef to order the Ready Reserve to active duty (other than for training). The EO will also include a declaration of a national emergency (Annex U, Appendix 1). Following the Presidential EO, the SecDef invokes reference (b) Section 101 (13) subsections (a) and (b) declaring a contingency operation for the period of the declared war or national emergency declared by the President or Congress per reference (b). Pursuant to 10 U. S. C. Section 101(a)(13), additional entitlements are authorized per Titles 10 and 38 for service members participating in the contingency operation. RC members who volunteer and receive orders to active duty in support of a contingency operation are also authorized to prescribed entitlements as they apply to their individual situations. Orders shall specifically state that an individual is on active duty, for a specified period of time, in support of the named contingency operation. D/C, M&RA, as authorized, may extend the recalled member to the full extent of the legal recall authority during Stop Loss.

2. Mission. On order, the CMC orders to active duty Marine Corps Reserve trained and qualified units and individuals in time of war, national emergency, and at such other times as national security may require.


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