Maintaining a specific LRC manning plan in the Joint Manning Document (JMD) and Activity Manning Document (AMD).
What does MD stand for?
MD stands for Manning Document
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A deployable command post (DCP)(Figure 1) was established that required modifying the joint manning document to incorporate field force engineering and service component engineers to become a JFEC.
Joint manning document Currently, no official joint manning document (JMD) exists to provide a basis for building a JTF-PO headquarters.
Show them the Joint manning document from the forward operating bases in the area of responsibility, highlighting where our airmen are.
In addition the baseline manning document of the medical treatment facility was not adjusted to account for increased workload with increasing numbers of Warriors in Transition.
While the GLSC will be the hub for supply chain management activities occurring at multiple locations, the implementation of the organization will involve substantial organizational change that will dictate development of new command relationships, organizational responsibilities, training programs, unit manning documents and processes," said Baker.
During this time frame, Navy Personnel Command will start to bring about 1,200 Joint Manning Document (JMD) driven GWOT billets into the normal detailing process as they become open between September and December 2008.
Major tasks included analyzing current and future logistics units, reviewing logistics officer positions in manning documents, examining Basic Officer Leadership Course (BOLC) Phase III and Combined Logistics Captains Career Course (CLC3) programs of instruction, and conducting a survey of logistics officers.