The major equipment that a corps and TAACOM ASG RAOC would have is:
Truck, Cargo 5T expansible.
Truck, Cargo, 2-1/2-T (2).
Truck, Cargo, Tactical 5/4-T (5).
Truck, Utility, 3/4-T.
Truck, CUCV, w/Commo Kit (3).
Trailer, Cargo, 1-1/2-T (2).
Radio Set AN/VRC V5 (8).
Radio Set AN/GRC-142.
HF Radio Set AN/GRC-193A.
Computer Terminal AN/UYQ-30.
A proposed 24-hour operation of the corps RAOC or TAACOM ASG RTOC is shown in Figure 5-8.
The Corps Support Group (CSG) RAOC and Theater Army Area Command (TAACOM) RTOC.
These two operational centers are identical (see Figure 5-9). The corps support group RAOC is a staff
coordination element within each support: group in the corps. The RTOC coordinates with the corps
RAOC. The corps RAOC coordinates with the G3 on behalf of each CSG RAOC. The TAACOM
RTOC coordinates with each TAACOM RTOC, the MP brigade, and the engineer command in the
theater. The RTOC conducts rear operations throughout the TAACOM. They will ensure the mutual
support of each TAACOM ASG. Host nation support (HNS) may be available to TAACOM. The RTOC
will coordinate and integrate HNS within the TAACOM based on set agreements.
Theater Army RTOC
The TA is a table of distribution and allowances (TDA) unit. It is not a table of organization and
equipment (TOE) unit. It must be tailored to meet mission and command requirements of the theater it
is assigned to; hence, it is not a fixed organization. Likewise, the RTOC cell that will support the TA
follows these same guidelines. The TA RTOC will support and assist TAACOM RTOC and conduct
staff and host nation (HN) coordination. It will also provide rear operations information and support to
the TA commander. The TA RTOC will coordinate with DCSOPs.
Liaison Elements (LEs)
LEs are assigned to RAOC/RTOC. They report to the operations officer of the RAOC/RTOC. The
number of LEs vary. This is based on the area of responsibility and the number of support units within
the support area.