USARPACUnited States Army, Pacific
USARPACUnited States Army, Pacific Command (US DoD)
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USARPAC eventually resourced the 35th CSSB with a distribution company (A Company, 325th Brigade Support Battalion [BSB]) and the 21st Inland Cargo Transfer Company (ICTC).
The elevation of USARPAC to a four-star command created an opportunity for I Corps to expand its role in the region.
An issue, however, was a USARPAC execution order (EXORD) which expressly required the transition of non-deploying 25ID personnel to the GCMCA of the adjacent 8th Theater Support Command (8th TSC), based at Fort Shafter, Hawaii.
ACENET as described in a white paper by LTC Mumford, 516th Signal Brigade S3, "is a Task Force of USARPAC G6, IAPM, 311th SC (T) Project Managers, Network Engineers, 516th Brigade S3, P-TNOSC, P-RCERT and Regional NECs under the C2 of the 516th Signal Brigade commander to implement changes on the PLWN.
These facts became strikingly obvious to the USARPAC Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and High-Yield Explosives (CBRNE) Division in 2007, as the Joint Staff moved forward with plans to resource chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear consequence management response forces (CCMRFs) within the continental United States.
The USARPAC team was already in Bangladesh, participating in Exercise Tendon Bengal.
In September 2013, USARPAC conducted the first Army centrally funded level III EDRE since the invasion of Iraq in 2003 for units not based at Fort Bragg.
If all continues to go well, FORSCOM will convert the majority of its units in FY 13, followed by USARPAC and direct reporting units in FY 14.
Caveat: The policy letter in this appendix was drafted by staff members of the Headquarters, United States Army Pacific Command (USARPAC) and is only applicable to servicemembers assigned to USARPAC and its subordinate commands.
Task Force ACENET was formed in February 2010 within the 311th Signal Command using an enterprise project management construct combining automated tools and collaborative processes with theater network subject matter experts across all echelons of Signal organizations throughout the USARPAC AOR (see figure 1-1 at right).
A member of the USARPAC Operational Management Team pointed out that "The JCSD was not simply making one detection during a run--it made multiple hits
Van Autreve Award: USARPAC nominee, Specialist Christopher Slack, Alpha Company, 3d Brigade Special Troops Battalion, 25th Infantry Division, Schofield Barracks, Hawaii.