evidence available and by calculation, must estimate the approximate location of the UXO.
The EORA will:
o Clearly mark each UXO.
o Report the UXO to the RAOC/RTOC.
o Initiate and supervise protective measures needed for the protection of life and property. This
can include the evacuation of nonessential personnel and construction of protective works.
o Give nontechnical support to EOD personnel.
o Under emergency wartime conditions, dispose of small UXO under 3.5 inches (90-mm) in place.
When decontamination operations are required, the contaminated units will evacuate along specific
routes, not using main supply routes (MSRs).
These routes will be assigned by the transportation headquarters to the appointed decontamination
Military police will provide battlefield circulation control (BCC). Survey teams from the echelon
chemical unit will survey and assist units on a priority basis as directed by the RAOC/RTOC. They will
use the commander's base assessment and guidance from the G3.
The removal of rubble, debris, damaged vehicles, and equipment will be carried out at once. Rubble
and debris that interfere with the CS and CSS missions will be removed. Damaged vehicles will be
evacuated through normal logistical channels. Standard logistic and maintenance procedures will be
used. Rubble and debris not affecting mission support may remain as battle damage. Civil affairs units
will monitor and coordinate battle damage that is not cleared with the host nation. Units will not expend
ADC resources for removing rubble and debris that have no bearing on mission accomplishment.
The echelon commander will provide guidance to the operations and logistics planners on the echelon's
needs to support Army operations. Within this guidance is the commander's assessment of critical
bases (HQ, Class III, and Class V). The operational planners (G3, DCSOPs) will ensure that battle
plans follow the commander's guidance. The rear operations commander ensures the ADC plans
provide the necessary support.
The logistics planners (SPO/SOTI) will ensure supply, maintenance, transportation, and medical
services are available to support the command. The SPO/SOTI will coordinate with the RAOC/RTOC
to ensure mutual support of the commander's base assessment is within the ADC capabilities reported
to the RAOC/RTOC in the base cluster defense plans. The RAOC/RTOC will coordinate with the
SPO/SOTI to provide support for those bases that require assistance. As a minimum, the following
units must be involved in the rear operations plan: