I would like to finish with ACR support but I’m little bit stuck with all the semi-trailers.
So, and to test an alternate picture host, there is a typical Corps artillery organisation from the late 90’s.
The brigade level is modular, pending on supported or reinforced units.
Corps Target Acquisition Detachment is to support light infantry division.
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1. HEADQUARTERS AND HEADQUARTERS BATTERY, CORPS ARTILLERY
Mission: To plan and coordinate fire support for the Corps by providing tactical control of organic and assigned field artillery units.
(1) Planning, supervision, coordination, and control for field artillery units not assigned or attached to subordinate elements of the Corps.
(2) The Corps artillery main, tactical, and rear command posts.
(3) Liaison teams to supported or reinforced units.
(4) Food service support for assigned and attached personnel.
(5) Technical supervision for unit maintenance operations, unit administration, food service activities, and tactical support operations for subordinate/attached units.
2. HEADQUARTERS AND HEADQUARTERS BATTERY, FIELD ARTILLERY BRIGADE
Mission: To provide command and control and administrative supervision of organic and attached field artillery units.
(1) Command and control and administrative supervision for up to six organic and/or attached Field Artillery (FA) battalions.
(2) Meteorological data to organic and supported units.
(3) Liaison teams to adjacent force artillery headquarters and reinforced units.
(4) The alternate division artillery Tactical Operation Center (TOC), when attached to a division, and the force artillery headquarters for a division covering force as required.
(5) Technical supervision for unit maintenance operations, unit administration, food service activities, and tactical support operations for organic and attached units.
3. CORPS TARGET ACQUISITION DETACHMENT
(In corps containing a light division)
Mission: To acquire, identify, classify, and locate enemy targets, units, and forces with sufficient position accuracy for attack.
(1) Provides general target acquisition by means of weapons locating radar.
(2) Registers and adjusts friendly weapons fire by radar techniques.
(3) Provides a target processing section for the targeting element of light division artillery Tactical Operations Center (TOC).
4. HEADQUARTERS AND HEADQUARTERS BATTERY, FIELD ARTILLERY BATTALION, 155MM SELF-PROPELLED
Mission: To provide command and control and administrative supervision of Field Artillery batteries.
(1) Managing the fire support effort of the battalion, principal advisor on fire support matters.
(2) Provide communications system to satisfy combat power requirements, including fire support, command and control, and maneuver.
(3) Plan and synchronized so continuous fire support can be provided to the maneuver operation.
5. FIELD ARTILLERY BATTERY, FIELD ARTILLERY BATTALION, 155MM SELF-PROPELLED
Mission: To destroy, neutralize or suppress the enemy by cannon fires.
Capabilities: Delivers accurate, timely and continuous conventional cannon fires.
6. SERVICE BATTERY, FIELD ARTILLERY BATTALION, 155MM SELF-PROPELLED
Mission: To Maintain and resupply FA Battalion units. Manage battalion combat service support (CSS) operations.
(1) Scheduled and back-up unit level maintenance for vehicles and power-generation equipment, and recovery of vehicles.
(2) Unit level maintenance on quartermaster and chemical equipment.
(3) Food service support.
7. HEADQUARTERS, HEADQUARTERS AND SERVICE BATTERY, FIELD ARTILLERY BATTALION, MULTIPLE LAUNCH ROCKET SYSTEM (MLRS)
Mission: Provides command, control, and administrative supervision and service support for organic and attached units
(1) Procures, distributes, administers and coordinates supply transactions for all classes of supply.
(2) Provides scheduled and backup maintenance for the batteries.
8. FIELD ARTILLERY BATTERY, FIELD ARTILLERY BATTALION, MULTIPLE LAUNCH ROCKET SYSTEM (MLRS)
Mission. To provide field artillery medium range rocket and long range missile fires in support of the divisions and to destroy, neutralize or surpress in accordance with Army depth and simultaneous attack doctrine.
(1) Delivers medium range rocket and long range missile fires on preplanned targets and targets of opportunity that include, but are not limited to, enemy acquisition assets, command and control facilities, long range theater missile systems, Surface-to-Air Missile (SAM) sites, logistics support areas and heavily armored mobile formations in accordance with army depth and simultaneous attack doctrine.
(2) Provides organic communications assets when deployed as an autonomous battery or when detached from its parent organization in support of one of the specified missions.
(3) Transports (within the brigade zone of operations), stores and loads rockets and missiles, and performs limited inspection of munitions and associated equipment.