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HROBHuman Resources Operations Branch (US Army)
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FM 1-0 contains very little guidance on deployed force management, referring only to the HROB's role in theater opening and redeployment.
The HROB used several methods and systems to track and manage force flow, including the following.
The 1st Sustainment Brigade HROB maintained the HR unit crosswalk for forces based in Kuwait and Qatar.
When the 43d Sustainment Brigade's HROB arrived in Afghanistan, the biggest challenges it encountered were planning and projecting postal support requirements, ensuring that the emplacement of postal elements at KAF and throughout RC South and RC West properly supported the uplift of forces, and ensuring that postal elements were properly resourced to accomplish their missions.
The HROB used the military decisionmaking process and the rapid decisionmaking and synchronization process to ensure that the cndurmg HR principle of responsiveness was maintained.
All of the 43d Sustainment Brigade HROB's efforts ensured that postal support was positioned correctly and resourced adequately throughout RC South and RC West to support the uplift of forces accomplished during the 43d Sustainment Brigade's deployment.
The HROB's mission consists of planning, synchronizing, and managing the setup and operation of postal, casualty, and R5 (reception, replacement, rest and recuperation, return to duty, and redeployment) elements in conjunction with the SPO's concept of support for servicing the sustainment brigade's or ESC's area of responsibility.
The 16th Sustainment Brigade HROB was the second HROB to cover Multi-National Division-North (MND-N).
Ideally, the HROB should remain staffed under the support operations (SPO) section, as is the case with all the other support branches.
The top 11 reasons a commander and SPO need a functional HROB are that the HROB--
The results of the present study suggest that 70% HRmax could be the preferred method for patients using beta-blockers, as there was no significant difference when compared with HRobs (Figure 2C).
It is interesting to point out that we used only the moderate-aerobic intensities to determine HRobs (see Figure 1).