e. This unit is dependent upon--.
(1) The division signal battalion, for communications support of support
(2) Corps/Corps support command medium/heavy helicopter units for airlift
needed to support emergency logistical requirements of the division when such airlift
capabilities are not organic to the division, or airlift requirements exceed the division is
(3) Non-divisional service units or appropriate cellular teams for laundry,
bath, clothing exchange, and graves registration services unless organic augmentations
Appropriate elements of the corps for financial services.
(5) Division headquarters and headquarters company, TOE 87004J400 for
division level personnel and administrative services and legal services.
f. Basis of allocation--One per armored or mechanized division.
Section II. DIVISION SUPPORT COMMAND UNITS
HEADQUARTERS, HEADQUARTERS COMPANY AND MATERIEL
a. The headquarters, headquarters company and materiel management center
of the support command provides CSS and materiel management for all division
materiel (less Classes IV and VIII) and classified maps as well as automatic data
processing support to assist in the accomplishment of the logistics functions of the
b. The organization of the DISCOM is structurally the same for all divisions.
Each DISCOM used a functional-type staff, consisting of an executive office, a
command section, administration section, chaplain section, security, plans and
operation section, command logistics section, systems support section and division
materiel management center. The DISCOM commander is also assisted by a special
staff, which includes a plans and operations branch, communications branch,
movement control officer, division materiel management officer, and logistics
automative systems officer. The organization is shown in Figure 3-2.