f. 95th Service Company
CONUS Mission Support
g. Camp Carroll,
Korea, Okinawa, and
a. US Army Depot
All states east of the
Mississippi River, in-
cluding Canada, Green-
USAREUR, as required.
b. US Army Depot
All states west of the
c. U.S. Army TMDE Support USAREUR theater.
d. Camp Carroll,
d. The preceding descriptions specified the who and where of the Army
calibration and repair system. The calibration policies cited the general
areas of responsibilities.
This was followed by presenting the
organizations which serve to administer these policies. It has been shown
that DARCOM now is in command of all Army calibration and repair and that
AMCC and the major subordinate commands serve to implement the policies of
This implementation dictates the responsibilities of the
calibration installation; thus, the "how" of calibration is defined. Listed
below are the specific responsibilities of AMCC, major subordinate commands,
and each category of calibration installation including calibration and