Spc. Chris Triplett, left, a combat engineer, and Army Sgt. Reko Dent, squad leader and combat engineer, both from Bravo Company, 150th Brigade Engineer Battalion, 155th Armored Brigade Combat Team, radio back to headquarters during a dis... (Photo Credit: U.S. Army)

Army mobilization is the process of bringing the Army to a state of readiness for war, contingency, or national emergency. This includes activating all or part of the Reserve Component (RC), as well as assembling and organizing personnel, supplies, and materiel.

The Army Mobilization and Deployment Reference (AMDR) is the Army's attempt to keep current guidance, business practice, policy and regulation regarding mobilization and deployment of the Army in front of those charged with executing the mission. The AMDR is not intended to be a policy document. It is an attempt to pull together frequently asked questions and provide based on sound policy.

For any changes, corrections or clarification, please contact the G-1 Mobilization team at

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Army Mobilization and Deployment Reference 2020.pdf [PDF]

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