U.S. DOD Form dod-opnavinst-4900-114

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U.S. DOD Form dod-opnavinst-4900-114
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OPNAVINST 4900.114
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23 OCT 1975
OPNAV INSTRUCTION 4900.114
From:
Chief of Naval Operations
Subj :
U. S. Defense representatives in foreign countries
Encl:
(1) DOD Directive 5105.47 of 15 July 1975
1. Purpose. To transmit enclosure
information, as appropriate.
(1) for compliance and
2. Implementation. Addressees will issue supplementary
directives, as needed in order that all activities concerned
will uniformly comply with enclosure (1).
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OPNAVllWT4900.114
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JiiLy15, 1975
NUMBER 5105.47
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ASD(ISA)
Department
SUBJECT
1.
of Defense Directive
U.S. Defense Representativein Foreign Countries
PURPOSE
This
Directive
provides
Defense
Representative
order
to
elements
improve
the
in-country,
country
Il.
defense
Terms
(USDR)
of
in
interface
the U.S.
establ
Reference
foreign
for
the
countries
U.S.
in
between
noncombat
DOD
Ambassador,
and the host
ishment.
POLICY
A. The
Conwnander
geographic
designate
will
be
be
authority
c. The
do
to
position
D. in
the
USDR
The
of
will
USDR.
In
command jurisdictions,
the
will
designate
the
DOD position
responsibility
will
or
will
occupied
to
permanent
He will
to
assigned
position
of
normally,
that
addition
normally
be
responsibilities
designated
governmental
should
general
delegate
to
not
USDR
is
to
of
for
and
the
primary
responsibilities
duty
assignment.
staffs
or
as
established
USDR shall
functional
military
responsibility
designated
officials
not
senior
organi­
the
for
coordination
interpreted
country.
The position
ing responsibilities
duty
be
but
the
international
will
the
by
assume
his
administrative
so
the
to
so.
country.
Officers
zations
E. do
be
in
assigned
so.
assigned
as
Command
not covered
by subsection
A., above,
of Staff
will
designate
the
position
USDR responsibility
or will
delegate
necessarily,
officer
the
USDR
to
For countries
Joint
Chiefs
be assigned
Unified
overlapping
of
Staff
assigned
authority
B. the
security
assistance
responsibility
DOD position
in each
country
which
assigned
instances
of
Joint
Chiefs
to
of
or
the
U.S.
only
of
the
USDR.
and
host
not alter
administration.
exist­
ENCLOSURE (1)
OPNAVINST
4900.114
23 oct 1975
F. Exceptions
to this
stances’
in a specific
by the Secretary
of
be made only when circum­
require
and only
when
approved
wil’
country
Defense.
pOliC)f
RELATIONSHIPS
A. Nothing
in
this
Directive
should
i. The military
Authorities
2. The authority
of the
Miiitary
ty of DOD agencies
to exercise
and policy
control;
and control
tion
of their
various
elements.
3.
The normal
direct
access
of
the
MAAG/MiSSION/MILGP
chiefs
military,
and other
officials.
chain
to the
be construed
of command
commanders
of
of
to
the
National
combatant
change:
Command
forces.
Departments
or the
authori­
technical,
substantive,
over
internal
administra­
the
to
military
host
attaches
government,
and
4. Command
relationships,
responsibilities,
of the
U.S.
military
elements
as provided
directives
or detract
from
their
special
with
appropriate
officials.
5.
Relationships
and responsibii
ities
between
the
Military
Service
attaches
and the
Chiefs
of their
Services
and
Secretaries
of their
Military
Departments.
6.
The attache’s
role
Chief
of Mission.
7. The position
representatives
Secretary
of
as
adviser
of
to
the
individuals
specifically
of the
Secretary
of
Defense
Representative
and functions
in appropriate
relationships
Ambassador
or
designated
Defense,
e.g.
in Europe.
as
,
B. For those
matters
pertaining
to his
USDR responsibilities,
reporting
channels
for
the
USDR will
be through
the
appointing
authority
and the
Joint
Chiefs
of Staff
to the
Secretary
of Defense.
Reporting
channeis
for
all
other
matters
will
remain
unchanged.
c.
When
D.
the
Defense
Attache
is designated
the
USDR,
his
responsibilities,
and reporting
channels
attache
title,
However,
for
the
discharge
through
DiA are
unchanged.
his
USDR responsibilities,
he will
report
through
the
~ppointing
authority
and the Joint
Chiefs
of Staff
to
Secretary
of Defense.
The appointing
to be inciuded
ENcmY.JRE (1)
authority
as a part
my
of
provide
routine
of
the
a letter
of evaluation
fitness/effectiveness/
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efficiency
in the
Iv,
USDR
reports
role.
and
pertaining
E. Nothing
in this
normal ’reporting
organizations.
F. Nothing
in this
Directive
shall
agency
heads’
necessary
direct
to fulfill
assigned
responsibilities
RESPONSIBILITIES
A. Directive
channels
shall
be
and direct
performance
to ck ange
to parent
be construed
to intervene
access
to the
U.S.
Atiassador
and functions.
The
USDR will:
1. Act as the
focal
point
for
coordination
of general
concerning
noncombat
DOD elements
in the country,
include
information
on mission,
location,
structure,
and strength
of these
elements.
2. Provide
advice
and
information
the Office
of
Joint
Chiefs
of Staff,
Comnand
of in-country
B. construed
access
to
to
the
data
to
Ambassador.
the
Secretary
of Defense,
the
and the
Commander
of the Unified
DOD activities,
as appropriate.
4.
Have
authority
over
all
DOD personnel
in cases
of
emergency
wherein
U.S.
national
interest
or DOD interest
are involved
and the urgency
of the situation
precludes
referral
up the chain
of conunand
to the
appointing
authority.
5.
Take
local
initiative
noncombat
DCD eiements,
host
government
defense
6.
Act as the DOD Coordinating
Authority
to eliminate
redundant
administrative
and support
functions.
As
the Coordinating
Authority,
he has the authority
to
require
consultation
among all
noncombat
DOD elements
involved
but does not have
the authority
to compel
agreement.
In the event
the Coordinating
Authority
is unable
to obtain
essential
agreement,
he shall
refer
the matter,through
his
appointing
authority.
7.
Perform
representational
responsibilities
to the
government
defense
establishment,and
to the U.S.
Atiassador,
that
are
not otherwise
assigned.
The USDR will
DOD elements
the position
in
AND AUTHORITY
3. Inform
.-
exclusively
to
improve
the
interface
the U.S.
Ambassador,
establishment.
not exercise
mission-tasking
in-country
that
do not normally
he occupies
as a primary
duty
between
and the
authority
report
assignment.
host
over
through
3
ENCLOSURE (1)
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