The 106th FMSU required a training environment that would support one of its primary mission-essential tasks, "Protect the FMSU." The unit commander wanted his detachment commanders to train these tasks while maintaining the ability to observe the training.
The 106th FMSU selected the terrain to be used during the event and created an operation order that provided the detachments with the information necessary to begin troop leading procedures.
The FMSU commander and detachment commanders accomplished their core warrior and collective task training objectives.
The 106th FMSU training events represented significant cost avoidance for the unit.
DFAS nominated the 106th FMSU, 16th Special Troops Battalion, 16th Sustainment Brigade, in Baumholder, Germany, to support OUA.
The C/101st FMSU stopped in Baumholder, Germany, to receive validation training and certification by the 106th FMSU command disbursing and CVS sections.
After arriving at the Barclay Training Center in Monrovia, the JFC-UA J-8, the C/101st FMSU, and the 922nd CBN were co-located, which enabled a shared understanding of the fiscal common operational picture.
The C/101st FMSU faced several unique challenges in West Africa.
Bank fraud was too great a risk in West Africa, so C/101st FMSU never established a limited depository account.
Despite the presence of 14 automated teller machines in Monrovia, C/101st FMSU disbursed more than 1360,000 in casual pay to Soldiers for cash to spend at the U.S.
The FMSU and FMSD perform FO within the sustainment brigade.
As a directorate, the FMSC's relationship with subordinate FMSUs and FMSDs is one of "technical coordination" since these tactical units are habitually assigned to sustain-ment brigades and under the mission command of the special troops battalion.