Traditionally, a CCMD consists of subordinate commands
that could be grouped into three categories: Service components, subunified commands, and functional components.
What missions should subordinate commands
expect and for how long?
On 19 February 2010, USAR Command implemented a policy charging all major subordinate commands
and general officer commands with determining whether to initiate an AGDRB review for retirement-eligible officers.
Although considered a separate reporting activity and not a subordinate command
of AMC, the Logistics Support Activity (LOGSA) serves as a central repository of critical supply, maintenance, and transportation data.
Because Grant retained Meade as the Army of Potomac's commander, the general in chief issued his orders through Meade, who then conveyed Grant's intentions to the army's subordinate command
. This clumsy relationship neither promoted efficient communication nor enhanced battlefield performance.
Within the USAR Command major subordinate command
structure, the 335th Signal Command (Theater) has been assigned mission command responsibility for the 415th Chemical Brigade (including four CBRN battalions) and four other CBRN battalions aligned under two other separate U.S.
The Department of the Army agreed and moved to dismantle ISC, relegating the organization to major subordinate command
status under U.S.
Also, the current implementing agency, the United States Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), has a major subordinate command
, Gulf Region Division, under an operational military commander.
IMCOM leaders review the MAR to monitor installation, region, and subordinate command
performance in these areas and to see which areas need improvement.
Army Contracting Command as a major subordinate command
of the Army Materiel Command and the realignment of the U.S.
The ACA, which currently is a field operating agency reporting to the Assistant Secretary of the Army for Acquisition, Logistics, and Technology, will be reorganized as the Army Contracting Command (ACC) and realigned as a major subordinate command
of the Army Materiel Command (AMC)
The FRAGO (Training for Major Subordinate Command
[MSC] and Base Camp Environmental Compliance Officers) was approved and made part of the MNC-I operation order (OPORD).