Information previously released by this office on December 4, 1995 regardingthe NATO Implementation Force (IFOR) has been combined and updated withprevious corrections included.
Among the updates is the addition of 11Europe-based U.S. Army Reserve units, whose plus-up to the list of thosenotified for possible deployment affects about 280 reserve members.
No unitshave been dropped from the lists.
Those that have been added, however areunderlined
Not included on the list are individuals who have also been alerted to thepossibility of deployment, or volunteers.
Secretary of Defense William J.Perry has already indicated the Air Force and the Marine Corps will fill all oftheir needs with Reserve volunteers.
According to Navy officials that serviceis prepared to augment the IFOR with up to 240 Navy Reserve personnelinitially, plus another 240 for future rotations upon execution of thePresidential Selected Reserve Call-up Authority.
Members will be called underorders or a volunteer status.
The list of 27 active component U.S. Army and Air Force units based in theUnited States that have previously have been identified for potentialdeployment in support of the (IFOR) in Bosnia follows:
4th Battalion, 325th Airborne Infantry Regiment, Fort Bragg, N.C.
362nd Engineer Company, Fort Bragg, N.C.
586th Engineer Company (Float Bridge), Fort Benning, Ga.
54th Quartermaster Company, Fort Lee, Va.
41st Explosive Ordnance Disposal Detachment, Fort Bliss, Texas
61st Explosive Ordnance Disposal Detachment, Fort Sill, Okla.
546th Explosive Ordnance Disposal Control Team, Fort Sam Houston, Texas
84th Combat Stress Detachment, Fort Carson, Colo.
102nd Quartermaster Company (Petroleum, Oil, Lubricants), Fort Campbell, Ky.
403rd Transportation Company, Fort Bragg, N.C.
55th Signal Company (Combat Camera), Fort Meade, Md.
319th Military Intelligence Battalion, Fort Bragg, N.C. (JointSurveillance Target Acquisition Radar System)
303rd Military Intelligence Batallion, Fort Hood, Texas
55th Engineer Company (Medium Girder Bridge), Fort Riley, Kan.
4th Psychological Operations (PSYOP) Group, Fort Bragg, N.C.
96th Civil Affairs Battalion, Fort Bragg, N.C.
10th Special Forces Group, Fort Carson, Colo.
528th Special Operations Support Battalion, Fort Bragg, N.C.
112th Special Operations Signal Battalion, Fort Bragg, N.C.
3rd Battalion, 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment, Hunter ArmyAirfield, Ga.
1st Special Forces Group, Fort Lewis, Wash.
5th Special Forces Group, Fort Campbell, Ky.
From the U.S. Air Force's Combat Command:
9th Reconnaissance Wing, Beale Air Force Base, Calif.
823rd Civil Engineering Squadron (RED HORSE), Hurlburt Field, Fla.
314th Operations Group, Little Rock, Air Force Base, Ark.
23rd Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron, Pope Air Force Base, N.C.
55th Wing, Offutt Air Force Base, Neb.
The following U.S. Army Reserve (AR) and Army National Guard (NG) units basedin the United States and Puerto Rico have already been notified to begintraining for possible deployment to the European Theater to support U.S. Forcesthat may participate in NATO peace implementation force (IFOR) operations inthe former Yugoslavia.
These units have been notified for training andpossible participation only and may or may not actually be ordered to deploy.
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LOCATION UNIT PERSONNEL
20th Special Forces Group (NG) TBD
Moffett Field, Calif.
353d Psychological Operations (PSYOP) Battalion (AR)34
Moffett Field, Calif. 7th PSYOP Group (AR) 2
715th Public Affairs Detachment (NG) 5
Rome, Ga. 209th Broadcast Public Affairs Detachment (AR) 27
Forrest Park, Ill.
49th Military History Detachment (AR) 3
Arlington Heights, Ill. 17th PSYOP Battalion (AR) 9
308th Civil Affairs Brigade (AR) TBD
Camp Dodge, Iowa 186th Military Police Company (NG) 125
102d Military History Detachment (NG) 3
Wichita, Kan. 203d Public Affairs Detachment (AR) 18
29th Public Affairs Detachment (NG) 18
126th Military History Detachment (NG) 3
HHD, 210th Military Police Battalion (NG) 74
1776th Military Police Company (NG)125
415th Civil Affairs Battalion (AR) TBD
Ft. Snelling, Minn. 19th Military Management Command (AR)TBD
St. Paul, Minn.
329th AG Postal Company (AR) 32
114th Military Police Company (NG)125
113th Military Police Company (NG) 125
1107th Aviation Classification and Repair Depot (NG)11
St. Louis, Mo. 10th PSYOP Battalion (AR) TBD
1137th Military Police Company (NG)125
114th Public Affairs Detachment (NG) 13
Fort Totten, N.Y.
361st Press Camp Headquarters (AR) 28
Bronx, N.Y. 353d Civil Affairs Command (AR) TDB
130th Military History Detachment (NG) 3
Columbus, Ohio 326th Military History Detachment (AR) 3
23d AG Postal Company (AR) 32
304th Civil Affairs Brigade (AR) TBD
San Juan, P.R. 113th Public Affairs Detachment (NG) 13
San Antonio, Texas 90th Military History Detachment (AR) 3
Texarkana, Texas 755th AG Postal Company (AR) 32
Ft. Douglas, Utah 358th Public Affairs Detachment (AR) 18
Green Bay, Wisc. 432d Civil Affairs Battalion (AR) TBD
152d Military Police Det., (POW Information Center) (NG)17
443rd Civil Affairs Battalion (AR) TBD
Salt Lake, Utah 19th Special Forces Group (NG) TBD
Bad Kreuznach, Ger. 305th Rear Area Operations Command (AR) 24
Friedberg, Germany 309th Rear Area Operations Command (AR) 45
Heidelberg, Germany Mobilization Support Center (AR) 59
Heidelberg, Germany 221st Public Affairs Detachment (AR) 5
Heidelberg, Germany Military Intellegence Group (AR) 26
Kaiserslautern, Ger. 310th Theater Army Area Command (AR) 9
Kaiserslautern, Ger. 330th Rear Tactical Operations Center (AR) 31
Rhein Main AFB, Ger 454th Regulating Replacement Detachment (AR) 46
Wiesbaden, Germany 317th Rear Area Operations Center (AR) 25
Vincenza, Italy 663rd Movement Control Team (AR) 6
Vincenza, Italy 793rd Movement Control Team (AR) 5