(Last Name of Installation Commander)
(Rank of Commander)
/s/(Last of operations officer)
LAST NAME OF THE OPERATION OFFICER (typed)
ANNEXES: List appropriate annexes here.
DISTRIBUTION: List those elements of the command who will receive copies of the plan.
appropriate notation and copy number on page 1.
PART H: DESCRIBE THE ESTABLISHMENT OF AN INSTALLATION CRISIS MANAGEMENT TEAM
The crisis management team (CMT) is a staff team set up to plan, coordinate, and draft special threat
plans. The CMT usually operates from the emergency operations center (EOC) during a terrorist
incident. The commander of the CMT is usually the deputy installation commander or alternatively the
chief of staff.
The CMT is also responsible for setting up the threat management force (TMF). The TMF is the tactical
element of the CMT that physically responds to major installation disruptions.
A recommended crisis management organization is shown in Figure 3-7.
The CMT is made up of representatives of various military staff sections. They advise the CMT
commander in their areas of expertise. Representatives and their responsibilities are detailed below.
PMO SECURITY FORCE COMMANDER - Provost Marshal - He activates and coordinates the law
enforcement response. He controls all access to and from the installation, and informs the installation
commander of all developments. He establishes and maintains contact with all other elements; this
includes the FBI, local law enforcement, and CID. He controls access and egress of installation and
advises the CG on all developments.
Chief of Staff - The Chief of Staff usually maintains control of other installation activities during a
terrorist/special threat incident.
G1 - Adjutant General - He provides information on personnel involved.
G2 - Military Intelligence - He provides information and intelligence on terrorists.