Command Organization

Operations and Plans

Maj. Gen. Rowayne A. Schatz Jr

Rowayne A. Schatz Jr.

Maj. Gen., USAF

Maj. Gen. Rowayne A. "Wayne" Schatz, Jr. is the director of Operations and Plans, U.S. Transportation Command, Scott Air Force Base, Ill.

Mission

The Operations Directorate directs and synchronizes the Defense Transportation System with national distribution processes to meet national security objectives. It maintains command and control of strategic forces and logistics infrastructure. TCJ3 sets operations policy and conducts crisis action and adaptive planning to deploy/sustain forces. It directs and monitors process improvements for global Distribution Process Owner (DPO) operations. TCJ3 is primarily responsible to develop and design the operational architecture and integrate the automated information systems (AIS) and other information technology (IT) capabilities to support global warfighting requirements. It acts as the DOD functional proponent for In-Transit Visibility and schedules/manages all CONUS Operational Support Airlift (OSA) in support of DOD wartime readiness requirements.

Divisions & Directorates

Defense Courier Division (TCJ3-C)

Coordinates and monitors the movement of highly classified, sensitive national security material through the United States Transportation Command's global network of Defense Courier Stations (DCS). Provides USTRANSCOM leaders with continuous updates regarding courier activities and operational status of stations. Additionally, the division synchronizes the courier related functions across the USTRANSCOM staff.

Deputy Director of Operations (TCJ3-D)

The Deputy Director of Operations serves as principal advisor to TCJ3 on current operations, including appropriate command and control. Coordinates with Joint Staff, unified commands, component commands, and other agencies to include industry to ensure deliberate and crisis action plans are developed, maintained, and executed when required.

East Ops (TCJ3-E)

The East Division is USTRANSCOM's Single Face to the customer for all movement requirements. Requirements and Analysis maintains visibility of overall global DTS capabilities (forces and assets) and the demands (requirements) placed on those capabilities.

Force Protection Division (TCJ3-F)

Force Protection Division (TCJ3-F) provides strategic force protection oversight, coordinates personnel, information, industrial and physical security programs, manages compliance of DOD antiterrorism standards, and manages the command Critical Infrastructure Program.

Sustainment Division (TCJ3-G)

The Sustainment Division (TCJ3-G) synchronizes the strategic movement of sustainment requirements into all theaters through collaborative planning, proactive transportation analysis, performance monitoring, and increased effectiveness to instill customer confidence.

Ops Integration (TCJ3-I)

Identify and prioritize Operations information technology requirements, champion joint solution sets to improve C2 and operational processes, capture and document high-level requirement gaps where processes have no automated support, work toward improved operations through the integration of reengineered operations processes and technology, maintain the operational functionality of key systems supporting USTRANSCOM DDOC.

Joint Operational Support Airlift Center (JOSAC) (TCJ3-J)

The Joint Operational Support Airlift Center (JOSAC) is the single manager for scheduling all Department of Defense(DOD) continental United States (CONUS) operational support airlift (OSA) requirements.

Mobilization Advisor (TCJ3-M)

Provides mobilization assistance to the Operations Director.

Deployment Distribution Operations Center (TCJ3-O)

Provides day-to-day execution oversight (Receive responsibility of movement 24 hours prior to execution).

Deputy Director for Programs and Readiness (TCJ3-P)

The Deputy Director of Operations serves as principal advisor to TCJ3 on current operations, including appropriate command and control. Coordinates with Joint Staff, unified commands, component commands, and other agencies to include industry to ensure deliberate and crisis action plans are developed, maintained, and executed when required.

Support Ops (TCJ3-S)

The Support Division standardizes processes, procedures and tools supporting the DPO mission. Equally important, we integrate planning, information operations, global sourcing, and special access program capabilities into the distribution fight.

Joint Training & Exercises Division (TCJ3-T)

Lead the Joint Training, Training Transformation and Lessons Learned Programs for USTRANSCOM to include development and publishing of the Joint Training Plan; planning, controlling, executing, and assessing organizational exercises; supporting transportation and exercise planning with other Combatant Commands. Design, prepare, and execute team and collective joint training events to develop joint logistics capabilities for real world operations and to support current and emerging USTRANSCOM, COCOMs, and DOD joint force training initiatives. Manage after action reporting and issue resolution processes and maintain a lessons learned repository. Act as functional manager for the Distribution Environment Support System to support USTRANSCOM mission readiness.

West Ops (TCJ3-W)

The West Division provides a single face to the customer with three COCOM oriented branches: NORTHCOM, (including NORAD/NORTHCOM, STRATCOM, and JFCOM), PACOM, and SOUTHCOM. The West Division synchronizes the distribution and sustainment of forces into their respective theatres through collaborative planning, proactive transportation analysis, performance monitoring, increased distribution effectiveness and customer confidence.

Administrative Office (TCJ3-XA)

The Administration Office provides administrative support to the J3 directorate.

Joint Cyber Center (TCJ3-Y)

The Joint Cyber Center (JCC) serves as the nexus for cyberspace operations within USTRANSCOM to command and control all aspects of cyber along the USCYBERCOM lines of effort consisting of offensive cyberspace operations (OCO), defensive cyberspace operations (DCO), and Department of Defense (DoD) global information grid (GIG) operations (DGO).