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Military Personnel Center Methodology for Military Value Analysis
The following discussion is intended to provide the necessary detail and clarification to enable
the user to extract source data and calculate that data when required for purposes of obtaining a
military value score for the installations identified in the Military Personnel Center Military
Value targeting list. There are ten designated Military Personnel Centers among the Military
Departments servicing Active Duty Officer and Enlisted and Reserve members of each Service.
The Army and Navy each have three centers: one for Officers, one for Enlisted and one for
Reserve personnel. The Marine Corps and Air Force each have two centers: one for Active Duty
and one for Reserve personnel. Military value and/or capacity data questions supporting each
metric are identified in the discussion for each metric.
At times MCRSC and MOBCOM are used interchangeably. The Marine Corps Reserve Support
Center's (MCRSC) name was changed to Mobilization Command (MOBCOM) on April 1, 2004.
This Joint Cross Service Group was concerned with several functions that fall under the
Headquarters and Support Activities umbrella. These functions are performed by activities at
various locations, both on installations and in leased space. A major assumption of HSA JCSG
was that it is better for an activity to be on an installation than to be in leased space, or at a
minimum to be within the controlled perimeter of the main host installation. If Military Value
analysis were to reduce the number of locations of this critical function, then security of the
remaining facilities required greater emphasis. Each Military Value model reflects this
assumption. As characteristics of an activity can depend on its location, different questions were
targeted based on if the function was being performed on an installation or in leased space. For
Military Personnel Centers, the chart below lists the questions that are based on location and
those answered regardless of location. Question #1966 was used to determine whether an
activity was located on an installation or in leased space. If the organization answered "No" to
Question #1966, they were treated for all other questions as being in the equivalent of leased
Questions Associated With Question Numbers Comment
Questions for All MPCs 1403, 1964, 1966
MPCs Within Host
Questions for MPCs in Leased MPCs Within Host
s 1912 Installation do not need to
Space (as defined)
answer this question
Questions for MPCs Within MPCs in Leased Space (as
S11, 31, 305, 1504, 4096 defined) do not need to
Host Installation (as defined)
answer these questions
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