(5) The Calibration Center will furnish the commodity commands and
arsenals information regarding the operation of the calibration program.
Continuous equipment performance and technical data will be provided. The
Calibration Center will participate in all interservice agreements
pertaining to Army calibration.
The Calibration Center will, in turn,
furnish guidance and technical assistance to calibration facilities and
b. The DARCOM has supervision of all Army calibration and administers
through the major subordinate commands with mission responsibility assigned
to the Calibration Center.
The actual implementation of calibration is
performed at the various arsenals and depots either for primary or secondary
In order to better understand the functions and
responsibilities of AMCC, the major subordinate commands, and the associated
depots and arsenals, the subsequent discussion will be directed toward their
respective locations and their responsibilities.
(1) The AMCC is located at Redstone Arsenal, Alabama.
(2) The major DARCOM Commodity Commands are located as follows:
(a) Troop Support Command - St. Louis, Missouri.
(b) Missile Command - Redstone Arsenal, Alabama.
(c) Electronics Command - Fort Monmouth, New Jersey.
(d) Armament Command - Rock Island Arsenal, Illinois.
(f) Test and Evaluation Command - Aberdeen
Maryland. This command is not a commodity command.
(g) Tank-Automotive Command - Warren, Michigan.
(3) The calibration installations are listed as primary and secondary
facilities and provide the following support:
(a) General and microwave standards.
The US Army Standards
Laboratory is part of the AMCC at Redstone Arsenal, Alabama.
the following geographic area: All areas in CONUS, as well as areas
controlled by USARPAC and USAREUR, as required. Specific geographic areas
of responsibility are stated in TB 750-25.
US Army Depot, Lexington, Kentucky
US Army Depot, Sacramento, California