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Subject: DESERT SHIELD STORM AFTER ACTION REPORT PHASE 1                 

Unit: 1ST ID      

Parent Organization: VII  CORPS  

Box  ID: BX001045

Folder Title: AFTER ACTION REPORTS PHASE I MOBILIZATION AND DEPLOYMENT                                        

Document Number:      20010

Folder Seq  #:         16







                                       UNCLASSIFIED
                                                                        04/18/91
                                      JULLS LONG REPORT

             1. (U) JULLS NUMBERT 32746-78317 (00249), submitted by RILEY
             AFKB-RB-FR, CPT KING, B56-3336, (913)239-3336.

             2. (U) Operation DESERT SHIELD conducted by USCENTCOM on 03/13/91.

             3. (U) KEYWORDST MEDICAL SUPPLY, PLANNING, RWO (REAL WORLD OPS),
             USA (US ARMY), GUARD COMPONENT, RESERVE COMPONENT, C2 (COMMAND AND
             CONTROL), ORDERS, PLANS, EQUIPMENT, UNFAVORABLE, ACCOUNTABILITY,
             COORDINATION, PRIORITY, CRIT2 (SERIOUS PROBLEM).

             4. (U) TITLE., POLICY: ALIGN PRIORITY FOR ISSUE OF MEDICAL
             EQUIPMENT SET WITH DEPLOYMENT

             5. (U) OBSERVATION: The timely receipt a-F Medical Equipment Sets
             (MES) almost became a war stopper for deploying the 24th Medical
             Company, despite the unit's smooth transition to active duty.

             6. (U) DISCUSSION: Medical Equipment Sets were shipped to units
             based upon requisition dates, rather than units mission and
             deployment dates. This created a situation where air ambulance
             units with stateside missions or with a later deployment date
             were receiving MES before units deploying earlier to the KTO.

             7. (U) LESSON LEARNED: USA Medical Material Agency (USAMMA)
             distribution plan for MES was not modified -For issue of
             equipment to air ambulance company deploying to SWA.

             B. (U) RECOMMENDED ACTION: Priority of issuance for  medical
             equipment should be based upon deployment dates and mission
             requirements. In summary, units with earlier deployment dates
             to the theater of operations should receive the highest
             priority.

             9. (U) COMMENTS:    none



Y

                 (U) INTEROPERABILRTY: PLANNING

                 (U) Lesson distributed by: FLLP.















                                        UNCLASSIFIED
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File Room = jul96_declassified
File Cabinet = Week-27
Box ID = BX001045
Unit = 1ST ID
Parent Organization = VII CORPS
Folder Title = AFTER ACTION REPORTS PHASE I MOBILIZATION AND DEPLOYMENT
Folder Seq # = 16
Subject = DESERT SHIELD STORM AFTER ACTION REPORT PHASE 1
Document Seq # = 20010
Document Date =
Scan Date =
Queued for Declassification = 01-JAN-1980
Short Term Referral = 01-JAN-1980
Long Term Referral = 01-JAN-1980
Permanent Referral = 01-JAN-1980
Non-Health Related Document = 01-JAN-1980
Declassified = 02-JAN-1997