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MANPOWER BRIEF. RESERVE CO/OIC CONFERENCE06 NOVEMBER 2004NAB CORONADO. MSC Reserve Programs. Manpower. Manpower Overview. CNRFC FY-05 GuidanceCurrent MSC Reserve Force StructureReserve TransformationRationale Behind TransformationFiscal Savings Realized for MSCManning LossesResultant Unit StructuresHQ UnitsExpeditionary Port UnitsIdentified Manning Shortfalls.

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16. FY05: 100 Enlisted: 100 Officer: 0 FY06: 264 Enlisted: 109 Officer: 155 FY07 : 80 Enlisted: 31 Officer: 49 FY08: 19 Enlisted: 04 Officer: 15 FY09: 14 Enlisted: 11 Officer: 03 TOTAL FY05-09: Enlisted: 255 Officer: 222

17. Significant Changes NRCOMSC 106 Unit restructured Elimination of two units in FY06 NRCOMSCWESTPAC 119 NRCOMSCPAC STF 222 Standardized unit structure in Port Units All units are now O-6 CO billets All units are 7 Officers/ 9 Enlisted Unit/RFAS Codes/Billet names change Area Cmd HQ units reduced to O-5 cmds.

18. Post-Transformation Reserve Structure

19. Manpower OFFICER ENLISTED CO (1xO5) Voice/E-mail Communicators (6xOS/ITC) XO (1xO4) Msg Drafters (6xOS/IT1/C) Watch OIC DB Maint (6xOS/IT2/1) (3xO3/O4) Unit Admin (3xYN/PN3/2/1) Desk Officer (12xO3/O4) TOTALS: 17 Officer 21 Enlisted = 38 Billets/X3 Unit NOTE: In a few cases additional billets have been assigned to support Reserve LNO requirements at USTC, CENTCOM, JMC, SDDC, and JFCOM as well as USFK and USFJ. NOTE: In a few cases additional billets have been assigned to support Reserve LNO requirements at USTC, CENTCOM, JMC, SDDC, and JFCOM as well as USFK and USFJ.

20. Manpower OFFICER ENLISTED CO (1xO6) GCCS OPR (5xIT3/2/1) CHAP (1xO5) COMM OPR (3xIT3/2/1) CATWO (9xO3/O4/05) WATCH LDR (1xOSCS) DB MGR (1xO3/O4) MED TECH (1xHM2) SUP (1xO5) MED TECH (1xHM2) PA (1xO3/O4) RELIG. (2xRP3/2/1) FLG SEC (1x03) Totals: 15 Officer/13 Enlisted = 28 Billets The Area Command and LOGRON mergers are still works in progress but through close coordination with the Area Commanders and the LANT and PAC Operational Support Officers, we were able to determine a “Best Guess” structure that will support the merged staff and still allow the optimum support for MSC through all actual and potential mission area. The Area Command and LOGRON mergers are still works in progress but through close coordination with the Area Commanders and the LANT and PAC Operational Support Officers, we were able to determine a “Best Guess” structure that will support the merged staff and still allow the optimum support for MSC through all actual and potential mission area.

21. Manpower OFFICER ENLISTED CO (1xO5) BM (2xBM2/1) CATWO (5xO4/O3) IS (2xIT3/2) PA (3xOS2/1) OS (1xO3/O4) IDC (1xHMC) Totals: 7 Officer/8 Enlisted = 15 Billets Differences in the structure between LANT and PAC units is largely attributed to the current billet structure, reserve personnel available to fill billets in the unit, and variances in the Concept of Operations for each of the Merged Staffs on their respective coasts.Differences in the structure between LANT and PAC units is largely attributed to the current billet structure, reserve personnel available to fill billets in the unit, and variances in the Concept of Operations for each of the Merged Staffs on their respective coasts.

22. Current Reserve Port Operation Units 18 Reserve Units of various size and organization as determined by individual area commanders generally tied to specific ports or geographic locations only (560 personnel with no equal distribution of officer/enlisted across units, not deployed as a unit but ad hoc, limiting effectiveness during initial operations ). Operationally and administratively assigned to area commands who dictate training, usage and equipage requirements only for their specific requirements Extremely limited in usage outside of specific AOR trained for, thus an over usage of some units and no or limited utilization of others, less than 20% of total reserve force utilized for OIF Expeditionary Port Units (Commencing FY-05) 17 Reserve Units, 16 Reservists (7 Officers/9 Enlisted), identical in size and organization – manned to deploy as a unit and act completely independent of any infrastructure to address port operations, supply contracting issues and medical issues for arriving ships – PLUG and PLAY UNITS THAT MAXIMIZE MISSION SUPPORT IN MINIMUM PERIOD OF TIME Assigned to MSC HQ for operational, training and administrative purposes – standardized training and equipage for all units equals more efficiency and capabilities worldwide and provides the Commander more operational options The establishment of the Expeditionary Port Unit concept is as a result of lessons learned from various MSC deployments and exercises over the last 15 years and a realistic look at what required capabilities are needed in the establishment of an Ash Shuaybah or Mesaieed, the augmentation of ports like Pusan or Chinhae or the standup of a completely new port facility anywhere in the world in any type of threat environment. Current Reserve Port Operation Units 18 Reserve Units of various size and organization as determined by individual area commanders generally tied to specific ports or geographic locations only (560 personnel with no equal distribution of officer/enlisted across units, not deployed as a unit but ad hoc, limiting effectiveness during initial operations ). Operationally and administratively assigned to area commands who dictate training, usage and equipage requirements only for their specific requirements Extremely limited in usage outside of specific AOR trained for, thus an over usage of some units and no or limited utilization of others, less than 20% of total reserve force utilized for OIF Expeditionary Port Units (Commencing FY-05) 17 Reserve Units, 16 Reservists (7 Officers/9 Enlisted), identical in size and organization – manned to deploy as a unit and act completely independent of any infrastructure to address port operations, supply contracting issues and medical issues for arriving ships – PLUG and PLAY UNITS THAT MAXIMIZE MISSION SUPPORT IN MINIMUM PERIOD OF TIME Assigned to MSC HQ for operational, training and administrative purposes – standardized training and equipage for all units equals more efficiency and capabilities worldwide and provides the Commander more operational options The establishment of the Expeditionary Port Unit concept is as a result of lessons learned from various MSC deployments and exercises over the last 15 years and a realistic look at what required capabilities are needed in the establishment of an Ash Shuaybah or Mesaieed, the augmentation of ports like Pusan or Chinhae or the standup of a completely new port facility anywhere in the world in any type of threat environment.

25. Manpower Increase flexibility in EPU structure (adjust RFAS coding for some billets) Re-examine personnel mix in EPU to include a “Command Chief” position in each unit Examine merging CTF631 and CTF 632 units into one unit to support MSCEUR Re-examine manning in CTF 732, for reserve force structure, examine merging CTF 731 and CTF 732 into one unit with two distinct missions.

29. Current Reserve Port Operation Units 18 Reserve Units of various size and organization as determined by individual area commanders generally tied to specific ports or geographic locations only (560 personnel with no equal distribution of officer/enlisted across units, not deployed as a unit but ad hoc, limiting effectiveness during initial operations ). Operationally and administratively assigned to area commands who dictate training, usage and equipage requirements only for their specific requirements Extremely limited in usage outside of specific AOR trained for, thus an over usage of some units and no or limited utilization of others, less than 20% of total reserve force utilized for OIF Expeditionary Port Units (Commencing FY-05) 17 Reserve Units, 16 Reservists (7 Officers/9 Enlisted), identical in size and organization – manned to deploy as a unit and act completely independent of any infrastructure to address port operations, supply contracting issues and medical issues for arriving ships – PLUG and PLAY UNITS THAT MAXIMIZE MISSION SUPPORT IN MINIMUM PERIOD OF TIME Assigned to MSC HQ for operational, training and administrative purposes – standardized training and equipage for all units equals more efficiency and capabilities worldwide and provides the Commander more operational options The establishment of the Expeditionary Port Unit concept is as a result of lessons learned from various MSC deployments and exercises over the last 15 years and a realistic look at what required capabilities are needed in the establishment of an Ash Shuaybah or Mesaieed, the augmentation of ports like Pusan or Chinhae or the standup of a completely new port facility anywhere in the world in any type of threat environment. Current Reserve Port Operation Units 18 Reserve Units of various size and organization as determined by individual area commanders generally tied to specific ports or geographic locations only (560 personnel with no equal distribution of officer/enlisted across units, not deployed as a unit but ad hoc, limiting effectiveness during initial operations ). Operationally and administratively assigned to area commands who dictate training, usage and equipage requirements only for their specific requirements Extremely limited in usage outside of specific AOR trained for, thus an over usage of some units and no or limited utilization of others, less than 20% of total reserve force utilized for OIF Expeditionary Port Units (Commencing FY-05) 17 Reserve Units, 16 Reservists (7 Officers/9 Enlisted), identical in size and organization – manned to deploy as a unit and act completely independent of any infrastructure to address port operations, supply contracting issues and medical issues for arriving ships – PLUG and PLAY UNITS THAT MAXIMIZE MISSION SUPPORT IN MINIMUM PERIOD OF TIME Assigned to MSC HQ for operational, training and administrative purposes – standardized training and equipage for all units equals more efficiency and capabilities worldwide and provides the Commander more operational options The establishment of the Expeditionary Port Unit concept is as a result of lessons learned from various MSC deployments and exercises over the last 15 years and a realistic look at what required capabilities are needed in the establishment of an Ash Shuaybah or Mesaieed, the augmentation of ports like Pusan or Chinhae or the standup of a completely new port facility anywhere in the world in any type of threat environment.

30. Current Reserve Port Operation Units 18 Reserve Units of various size and organization as determined by individual area commanders generally tied to specific ports or geographic locations only (560 personnel with no equal distribution of officer/enlisted across units, not deployed as a unit but ad hoc, limiting effectiveness during initial operations ). Operationally and administratively assigned to area commands who dictate training, usage and equipage requirements only for their specific requirements Extremely limited in usage outside of specific AOR trained for, thus an over usage of some units and no or limited utilization of others, less than 20% of total reserve force utilized for OIF Expeditionary Port Units (Commencing FY-05) 17 Reserve Units, 16 Reservists (7 Officers/9 Enlisted), identical in size and organization – manned to deploy as a unit and act completely independent of any infrastructure to address port operations, supply contracting issues and medical issues for arriving ships – PLUG and PLAY UNITS THAT MAXIMIZE MISSION SUPPORT IN MINIMUM PERIOD OF TIME Assigned to MSC HQ for operational, training and administrative purposes – standardized training and equipage for all units equals more efficiency and capabilities worldwide and provides the Commander more operational options The establishment of the Expeditionary Port Unit concept is as a result of lessons learned from various MSC deployments and exercises over the last 15 years and a realistic look at what required capabilities are needed in the establishment of an Ash Shuaybah or Mesaieed, the augmentation of ports like Pusan or Chinhae or the standup of a completely new port facility anywhere in the world in any type of threat environment. Current Reserve Port Operation Units 18 Reserve Units of various size and organization as determined by individual area commanders generally tied to specific ports or geographic locations only (560 personnel with no equal distribution of officer/enlisted across units, not deployed as a unit but ad hoc, limiting effectiveness during initial operations ). Operationally and administratively assigned to area commands who dictate training, usage and equipage requirements only for their specific requirements Extremely limited in usage outside of specific AOR trained for, thus an over usage of some units and no or limited utilization of others, less than 20% of total reserve force utilized for OIF Expeditionary Port Units (Commencing FY-05) 17 Reserve Units, 16 Reservists (7 Officers/9 Enlisted), identical in size and organization – manned to deploy as a unit and act completely independent of any infrastructure to address port operations, supply contracting issues and medical issues for arriving ships – PLUG and PLAY UNITS THAT MAXIMIZE MISSION SUPPORT IN MINIMUM PERIOD OF TIME Assigned to MSC HQ for operational, training and administrative purposes – standardized training and equipage for all units equals more efficiency and capabilities worldwide and provides the Commander more operational options The establishment of the Expeditionary Port Unit concept is as a result of lessons learned from various MSC deployments and exercises over the last 15 years and a realistic look at what required capabilities are needed in the establishment of an Ash Shuaybah or Mesaieed, the augmentation of ports like Pusan or Chinhae or the standup of a completely new port facility anywhere in the world in any type of threat environment.

31. Current Reserve Port Operation Units 18 Reserve Units of various size and organization as determined by individual area commanders generally tied to specific ports or geographic locations only (560 personnel with no equal distribution of officer/enlisted across units, not deployed as a unit but ad hoc, limiting effectiveness during initial operations ). Operationally and administratively assigned to area commands who dictate training, usage and equipage requirements only for their specific requirements Extremely limited in usage outside of specific AOR trained for, thus an over usage of some units and no or limited utilization of others, less than 20% of total reserve force utilized for OIF Expeditionary Port Units (Commencing FY-05) 17 Reserve Units, 16 Reservists (7 Officers/9 Enlisted), identical in size and organization – manned to deploy as a unit and act completely independent of any infrastructure to address port operations, supply contracting issues and medical issues for arriving ships – PLUG and PLAY UNITS THAT MAXIMIZE MISSION SUPPORT IN MINIMUM PERIOD OF TIME Assigned to MSC HQ for operational, training and administrative purposes – standardized training and equipage for all units equals more efficiency and capabilities worldwide and provides the Commander more operational options The establishment of the Expeditionary Port Unit concept is as a result of lessons learned from various MSC deployments and exercises over the last 15 years and a realistic look at what required capabilities are needed in the establishment of an Ash Shuaybah or Mesaieed, the augmentation of ports like Pusan or Chinhae or the standup of a completely new port facility anywhere in the world in any type of threat environment. Current Reserve Port Operation Units 18 Reserve Units of various size and organization as determined by individual area commanders generally tied to specific ports or geographic locations only (560 personnel with no equal distribution of officer/enlisted across units, not deployed as a unit but ad hoc, limiting effectiveness during initial operations ). Operationally and administratively assigned to area commands who dictate training, usage and equipage requirements only for their specific requirements Extremely limited in usage outside of specific AOR trained for, thus an over usage of some units and no or limited utilization of others, less than 20% of total reserve force utilized for OIF Expeditionary Port Units (Commencing FY-05) 17 Reserve Units, 16 Reservists (7 Officers/9 Enlisted), identical in size and organization – manned to deploy as a unit and act completely independent of any infrastructure to address port operations, supply contracting issues and medical issues for arriving ships – PLUG and PLAY UNITS THAT MAXIMIZE MISSION SUPPORT IN MINIMUM PERIOD OF TIME Assigned to MSC HQ for operational, training and administrative purposes – standardized training and equipage for all units equals more efficiency and capabilities worldwide and provides the Commander more operational options The establishment of the Expeditionary Port Unit concept is as a result of lessons learned from various MSC deployments and exercises over the last 15 years and a realistic look at what required capabilities are needed in the establishment of an Ash Shuaybah or Mesaieed, the augmentation of ports like Pusan or Chinhae or the standup of a completely new port facility anywhere in the world in any type of threat environment.

32. Current Reserve Port Operation Units 18 Reserve Units of various size and organization as determined by individual area commanders generally tied to specific ports or geographic locations only (560 personnel with no equal distribution of officer/enlisted across units, not deployed as a unit but ad hoc, limiting effectiveness during initial operations ). Operationally and administratively assigned to area commands who dictate training, usage and equipage requirements only for their specific requirements Extremely limited in usage outside of specific AOR trained for, thus an over usage of some units and no or limited utilization of others, less than 20% of total reserve force utilized for OIF Expeditionary Port Units (Commencing FY-05) 17 Reserve Units, 16 Reservists (7 Officers/9 Enlisted), identical in size and organization – manned to deploy as a unit and act completely independent of any infrastructure to address port operations, supply contracting issues and medical issues for arriving ships – PLUG and PLAY UNITS THAT MAXIMIZE MISSION SUPPORT IN MINIMUM PERIOD OF TIME Assigned to MSC HQ for operational, training and administrative purposes – standardized training and equipage for all units equals more efficiency and capabilities worldwide and provides the Commander more operational options The establishment of the Expeditionary Port Unit concept is as a result of lessons learned from various MSC deployments and exercises over the last 15 years and a realistic look at what required capabilities are needed in the establishment of an Ash Shuaybah or Mesaieed, the augmentation of ports like Pusan or Chinhae or the standup of a completely new port facility anywhere in the world in any type of threat environment. Current Reserve Port Operation Units 18 Reserve Units of various size and organization as determined by individual area commanders generally tied to specific ports or geographic locations only (560 personnel with no equal distribution of officer/enlisted across units, not deployed as a unit but ad hoc, limiting effectiveness during initial operations ). Operationally and administratively assigned to area commands who dictate training, usage and equipage requirements only for their specific requirements Extremely limited in usage outside of specific AOR trained for, thus an over usage of some units and no or limited utilization of others, less than 20% of total reserve force utilized for OIF Expeditionary Port Units (Commencing FY-05) 17 Reserve Units, 16 Reservists (7 Officers/9 Enlisted), identical in size and organization – manned to deploy as a unit and act completely independent of any infrastructure to address port operations, supply contracting issues and medical issues for arriving ships – PLUG and PLAY UNITS THAT MAXIMIZE MISSION SUPPORT IN MINIMUM PERIOD OF TIME Assigned to MSC HQ for operational, training and administrative purposes – standardized training and equipage for all units equals more efficiency and capabilities worldwide and provides the Commander more operational options The establishment of the Expeditionary Port Unit concept is as a result of lessons learned from various MSC deployments and exercises over the last 15 years and a realistic look at what required capabilities are needed in the establishment of an Ash Shuaybah or Mesaieed, the augmentation of ports like Pusan or Chinhae or the standup of a completely new port facility anywhere in the world in any type of threat environment.

33. Current Reserve Port Operation Units 18 Reserve Units of various size and organization as determined by individual area commanders generally tied to specific ports or geographic locations only (560 personnel with no equal distribution of officer/enlisted across units, not deployed as a unit but ad hoc, limiting effectiveness during initial operations ). Operationally and administratively assigned to area commands who dictate training, usage and equipage requirements only for their specific requirements Extremely limited in usage outside of specific AOR trained for, thus an over usage of some units and no or limited utilization of others, less than 20% of total reserve force utilized for OIF Expeditionary Port Units (Commencing FY-05) 17 Reserve Units, 16 Reservists (7 Officers/9 Enlisted), identical in size and organization – manned to deploy as a unit and act completely independent of any infrastructure to address port operations, supply contracting issues and medical issues for arriving ships – PLUG and PLAY UNITS THAT MAXIMIZE MISSION SUPPORT IN MINIMUM PERIOD OF TIME Assigned to MSC HQ for operational, training and administrative purposes – standardized training and equipage for all units equals more efficiency and capabilities worldwide and provides the Commander more operational options The establishment of the Expeditionary Port Unit concept is as a result of lessons learned from various MSC deployments and exercises over the last 15 years and a realistic look at what required capabilities are needed in the establishment of an Ash Shuaybah or Mesaieed, the augmentation of ports like Pusan or Chinhae or the standup of a completely new port facility anywhere in the world in any type of threat environment. Current Reserve Port Operation Units 18 Reserve Units of various size and organization as determined by individual area commanders generally tied to specific ports or geographic locations only (560 personnel with no equal distribution of officer/enlisted across units, not deployed as a unit but ad hoc, limiting effectiveness during initial operations ). Operationally and administratively assigned to area commands who dictate training, usage and equipage requirements only for their specific requirements Extremely limited in usage outside of specific AOR trained for, thus an over usage of some units and no or limited utilization of others, less than 20% of total reserve force utilized for OIF Expeditionary Port Units (Commencing FY-05) 17 Reserve Units, 16 Reservists (7 Officers/9 Enlisted), identical in size and organization – manned to deploy as a unit and act completely independent of any infrastructure to address port operations, supply contracting issues and medical issues for arriving ships – PLUG and PLAY UNITS THAT MAXIMIZE MISSION SUPPORT IN MINIMUM PERIOD OF TIME Assigned to MSC HQ for operational, training and administrative purposes – standardized training and equipage for all units equals more efficiency and capabilities worldwide and provides the Commander more operational options The establishment of the Expeditionary Port Unit concept is as a result of lessons learned from various MSC deployments and exercises over the last 15 years and a realistic look at what required capabilities are needed in the establishment of an Ash Shuaybah or Mesaieed, the augmentation of ports like Pusan or Chinhae or the standup of a completely new port facility anywhere in the world in any type of threat environment.

34. Current Reserve Port Operation Units 18 Reserve Units of various size and organization as determined by individual area commanders generally tied to specific ports or geographic locations only (560 personnel with no equal distribution of officer/enlisted across units, not deployed as a unit but ad hoc, limiting effectiveness during initial operations ). Operationally and administratively assigned to area commands who dictate training, usage and equipage requirements only for their specific requirements Extremely limited in usage outside of specific AOR trained for, thus an over usage of some units and no or limited utilization of others, less than 20% of total reserve force utilized for OIF Expeditionary Port Units (Commencing FY-05) 17 Reserve Units, 16 Reservists (7 Officers/9 Enlisted), identical in size and organization – manned to deploy as a unit and act completely independent of any infrastructure to address port operations, supply contracting issues and medical issues for arriving ships – PLUG and PLAY UNITS THAT MAXIMIZE MISSION SUPPORT IN MINIMUM PERIOD OF TIME Assigned to MSC HQ for operational, training and administrative purposes – standardized training and equipage for all units equals more efficiency and capabilities worldwide and provides the Commander more operational options The establishment of the Expeditionary Port Unit concept is as a result of lessons learned from various MSC deployments and exercises over the last 15 years and a realistic look at what required capabilities are needed in the establishment of an Ash Shuaybah or Mesaieed, the augmentation of ports like Pusan or Chinhae or the standup of a completely new port facility anywhere in the world in any type of threat environment. Current Reserve Port Operation Units 18 Reserve Units of various size and organization as determined by individual area commanders generally tied to specific ports or geographic locations only (560 personnel with no equal distribution of officer/enlisted across units, not deployed as a unit but ad hoc, limiting effectiveness during initial operations ). Operationally and administratively assigned to area commands who dictate training, usage and equipage requirements only for their specific requirements Extremely limited in usage outside of specific AOR trained for, thus an over usage of some units and no or limited utilization of others, less than 20% of total reserve force utilized for OIF Expeditionary Port Units (Commencing FY-05) 17 Reserve Units, 16 Reservists (7 Officers/9 Enlisted), identical in size and organization – manned to deploy as a unit and act completely independent of any infrastructure to address port operations, supply contracting issues and medical issues for arriving ships – PLUG and PLAY UNITS THAT MAXIMIZE MISSION SUPPORT IN MINIMUM PERIOD OF TIME Assigned to MSC HQ for operational, training and administrative purposes – standardized training and equipage for all units equals more efficiency and capabilities worldwide and provides the Commander more operational options The establishment of the Expeditionary Port Unit concept is as a result of lessons learned from various MSC deployments and exercises over the last 15 years and a realistic look at what required capabilities are needed in the establishment of an Ash Shuaybah or Mesaieed, the augmentation of ports like Pusan or Chinhae or the standup of a completely new port facility anywhere in the world in any type of threat environment.

36. Current Reserve Port Operation Units 18 Reserve Units of various size and organization as determined by individual area commanders generally tied to specific ports or geographic locations only (560 personnel with no equal distribution of officer/enlisted across units, not deployed as a unit but ad hoc, limiting effectiveness during initial operations ). Operationally and administratively assigned to area commands who dictate training, usage and equipage requirements only for their specific requirements Extremely limited in usage outside of specific AOR trained for, thus an over usage of some units and no or limited utilization of others, less than 20% of total reserve force utilized for OIF Expeditionary Port Units (Commencing FY-05) 17 Reserve Units, 16 Reservists (7 Officers/9 Enlisted), identical in size and organization – manned to deploy as a unit and act completely independent of any infrastructure to address port operations, supply contracting issues and medical issues for arriving ships – PLUG and PLAY UNITS THAT MAXIMIZE MISSION SUPPORT IN MINIMUM PERIOD OF TIME Assigned to MSC HQ for operational, training and administrative purposes – standardized training and equipage for all units equals more efficiency and capabilities worldwide and provides the Commander more operational options The establishment of the Expeditionary Port Unit concept is as a result of lessons learned from various MSC deployments and exercises over the last 15 years and a realistic look at what required capabilities are needed in the establishment of an Ash Shuaybah or Mesaieed, the augmentation of ports like Pusan or Chinhae or the standup of a completely new port facility anywhere in the world in any type of threat environment. Current Reserve Port Operation Units 18 Reserve Units of various size and organization as determined by individual area commanders generally tied to specific ports or geographic locations only (560 personnel with no equal distribution of officer/enlisted across units, not deployed as a unit but ad hoc, limiting effectiveness during initial operations ). Operationally and administratively assigned to area commands who dictate training, usage and equipage requirements only for their specific requirements Extremely limited in usage outside of specific AOR trained for, thus an over usage of some units and no or limited utilization of others, less than 20% of total reserve force utilized for OIF Expeditionary Port Units (Commencing FY-05) 17 Reserve Units, 16 Reservists (7 Officers/9 Enlisted), identical in size and organization – manned to deploy as a unit and act completely independent of any infrastructure to address port operations, supply contracting issues and medical issues for arriving ships – PLUG and PLAY UNITS THAT MAXIMIZE MISSION SUPPORT IN MINIMUM PERIOD OF TIME Assigned to MSC HQ for operational, training and administrative purposes – standardized training and equipage for all units equals more efficiency and capabilities worldwide and provides the Commander more operational options The establishment of the Expeditionary Port Unit concept is as a result of lessons learned from various MSC deployments and exercises over the last 15 years and a realistic look at what required capabilities are needed in the establishment of an Ash Shuaybah or Mesaieed, the augmentation of ports like Pusan or Chinhae or the standup of a completely new port facility anywhere in the world in any type of threat environment.

37. Current Reserve Port Operation Units 18 Reserve Units of various size and organization as determined by individual area commanders generally tied to specific ports or geographic locations only (560 personnel with no equal distribution of officer/enlisted across units, not deployed as a unit but ad hoc, limiting effectiveness during initial operations ). Operationally and administratively assigned to area commands who dictate training, usage and equipage requirements only for their specific requirements Extremely limited in usage outside of specific AOR trained for, thus an over usage of some units and no or limited utilization of others, less than 20% of total reserve force utilized for OIF Expeditionary Port Units (Commencing FY-05) 17 Reserve Units, 16 Reservists (7 Officers/9 Enlisted), identical in size and organization – manned to deploy as a unit and act completely independent of any infrastructure to address port operations, supply contracting issues and medical issues for arriving ships – PLUG and PLAY UNITS THAT MAXIMIZE MISSION SUPPORT IN MINIMUM PERIOD OF TIME Assigned to MSC HQ for operational, training and administrative purposes – standardized training and equipage for all units equals more efficiency and capabilities worldwide and provides the Commander more operational options The establishment of the Expeditionary Port Unit concept is as a result of lessons learned from various MSC deployments and exercises over the last 15 years and a realistic look at what required capabilities are needed in the establishment of an Ash Shuaybah or Mesaieed, the augmentation of ports like Pusan or Chinhae or the standup of a completely new port facility anywhere in the world in any type of threat environment. Current Reserve Port Operation Units 18 Reserve Units of various size and organization as determined by individual area commanders generally tied to specific ports or geographic locations only (560 personnel with no equal distribution of officer/enlisted across units, not deployed as a unit but ad hoc, limiting effectiveness during initial operations ). Operationally and administratively assigned to area commands who dictate training, usage and equipage requirements only for their specific requirements Extremely limited in usage outside of specific AOR trained for, thus an over usage of some units and no or limited utilization of others, less than 20% of total reserve force utilized for OIF Expeditionary Port Units (Commencing FY-05) 17 Reserve Units, 16 Reservists (7 Officers/9 Enlisted), identical in size and organization – manned to deploy as a unit and act completely independent of any infrastructure to address port operations, supply contracting issues and medical issues for arriving ships – PLUG and PLAY UNITS THAT MAXIMIZE MISSION SUPPORT IN MINIMUM PERIOD OF TIME Assigned to MSC HQ for operational, training and administrative purposes – standardized training and equipage for all units equals more efficiency and capabilities worldwide and provides the Commander more operational options The establishment of the Expeditionary Port Unit concept is as a result of lessons learned from various MSC deployments and exercises over the last 15 years and a realistic look at what required capabilities are needed in the establishment of an Ash Shuaybah or Mesaieed, the augmentation of ports like Pusan or Chinhae or the standup of a completely new port facility anywhere in the world in any type of threat environment.

38. Current Reserve Port Operation Units 18 Reserve Units of various size and organization as determined by individual area commanders generally tied to specific ports or geographic locations only (560 personnel with no equal distribution of officer/enlisted across units, not deployed as a unit but ad hoc, limiting effectiveness during initial operations ). Operationally and administratively assigned to area commands who dictate training, usage and equipage requirements only for their specific requirements Extremely limited in usage outside of specific AOR trained for, thus an over usage of some units and no or limited utilization of others, less than 20% of total reserve force utilized for OIF Expeditionary Port Units (Commencing FY-05) 17 Reserve Units, 16 Reservists (7 Officers/9 Enlisted), identical in size and organization – manned to deploy as a unit and act completely independent of any infrastructure to address port operations, supply contracting issues and medical issues for arriving ships – PLUG and PLAY UNITS THAT MAXIMIZE MISSION SUPPORT IN MINIMUM PERIOD OF TIME Assigned to MSC HQ for operational, training and administrative purposes – standardized training and equipage for all units equals more efficiency and capabilities worldwide and provides the Commander more operational options The establishment of the Expeditionary Port Unit concept is as a result of lessons learned from various MSC deployments and exercises over the last 15 years and a realistic look at what required capabilities are needed in the establishment of an Ash Shuaybah or Mesaieed, the augmentation of ports like Pusan or Chinhae or the standup of a completely new port facility anywhere in the world in any type of threat environment. Current Reserve Port Operation Units 18 Reserve Units of various size and organization as determined by individual area commanders generally tied to specific ports or geographic locations only (560 personnel with no equal distribution of officer/enlisted across units, not deployed as a unit but ad hoc, limiting effectiveness during initial operations ). Operationally and administratively assigned to area commands who dictate training, usage and equipage requirements only for their specific requirements Extremely limited in usage outside of specific AOR trained for, thus an over usage of some units and no or limited utilization of others, less than 20% of total reserve force utilized for OIF Expeditionary Port Units (Commencing FY-05) 17 Reserve Units, 16 Reservists (7 Officers/9 Enlisted), identical in size and organization – manned to deploy as a unit and act completely independent of any infrastructure to address port operations, supply contracting issues and medical issues for arriving ships – PLUG and PLAY UNITS THAT MAXIMIZE MISSION SUPPORT IN MINIMUM PERIOD OF TIME Assigned to MSC HQ for operational, training and administrative purposes – standardized training and equipage for all units equals more efficiency and capabilities worldwide and provides the Commander more operational options The establishment of the Expeditionary Port Unit concept is as a result of lessons learned from various MSC deployments and exercises over the last 15 years and a realistic look at what required capabilities are needed in the establishment of an Ash Shuaybah or Mesaieed, the augmentation of ports like Pusan or Chinhae or the standup of a completely new port facility anywhere in the world in any type of threat environment.

39. Current Reserve Port Operation Units 18 Reserve Units of various size and organization as determined by individual area commanders generally tied to specific ports or geographic locations only (560 personnel with no equal distribution of officer/enlisted across units, not deployed as a unit but ad hoc, limiting effectiveness during initial operations ). Operationally and administratively assigned to area commands who dictate training, usage and equipage requirements only for their specific requirements Extremely limited in usage outside of specific AOR trained for, thus an over usage of some units and no or limited utilization of others, less than 20% of total reserve force utilized for OIF Expeditionary Port Units (Commencing FY-05) 17 Reserve Units, 16 Reservists (7 Officers/9 Enlisted), identical in size and organization – manned to deploy as a unit and act completely independent of any infrastructure to address port operations, supply contracting issues and medical issues for arriving ships – PLUG and PLAY UNITS THAT MAXIMIZE MISSION SUPPORT IN MINIMUM PERIOD OF TIME Assigned to MSC HQ for operational, training and administrative purposes – standardized training and equipage for all units equals more efficiency and capabilities worldwide and provides the Commander more operational options The establishment of the Expeditionary Port Unit concept is as a result of lessons learned from various MSC deployments and exercises over the last 15 years and a realistic look at what required capabilities are needed in the establishment of an Ash Shuaybah or Mesaieed, the augmentation of ports like Pusan or Chinhae or the standup of a completely new port facility anywhere in the world in any type of threat environment. Current Reserve Port Operation Units 18 Reserve Units of various size and organization as determined by individual area commanders generally tied to specific ports or geographic locations only (560 personnel with no equal distribution of officer/enlisted across units, not deployed as a unit but ad hoc, limiting effectiveness during initial operations ). Operationally and administratively assigned to area commands who dictate training, usage and equipage requirements only for their specific requirements Extremely limited in usage outside of specific AOR trained for, thus an over usage of some units and no or limited utilization of others, less than 20% of total reserve force utilized for OIF Expeditionary Port Units (Commencing FY-05) 17 Reserve Units, 16 Reservists (7 Officers/9 Enlisted), identical in size and organization – manned to deploy as a unit and act completely independent of any infrastructure to address port operations, supply contracting issues and medical issues for arriving ships – PLUG and PLAY UNITS THAT MAXIMIZE MISSION SUPPORT IN MINIMUM PERIOD OF TIME Assigned to MSC HQ for operational, training and administrative purposes – standardized training and equipage for all units equals more efficiency and capabilities worldwide and provides the Commander more operational options The establishment of the Expeditionary Port Unit concept is as a result of lessons learned from various MSC deployments and exercises over the last 15 years and a realistic look at what required capabilities are needed in the establishment of an Ash Shuaybah or Mesaieed, the augmentation of ports like Pusan or Chinhae or the standup of a completely new port facility anywhere in the world in any type of threat environment.

40. Current Reserve Port Operation Units 18 Reserve Units of various size and organization as determined by individual area commanders generally tied to specific ports or geographic locations only (560 personnel with no equal distribution of officer/enlisted across units, not deployed as a unit but ad hoc, limiting effectiveness during initial operations ). Operationally and administratively assigned to area commands who dictate training, usage and equipage requirements only for their specific requirements Extremely limited in usage outside of specific AOR trained for, thus an over usage of some units and no or limited utilization of others, less than 20% of total reserve force utilized for OIF Expeditionary Port Units (Commencing FY-05) 17 Reserve Units, 16 Reservists (7 Officers/9 Enlisted), identical in size and organization – manned to deploy as a unit and act completely independent of any infrastructure to address port operations, supply contracting issues and medical issues for arriving ships – PLUG and PLAY UNITS THAT MAXIMIZE MISSION SUPPORT IN MINIMUM PERIOD OF TIME Assigned to MSC HQ for operational, training and administrative purposes – standardized training and equipage for all units equals more efficiency and capabilities worldwide and provides the Commander more operational options The establishment of the Expeditionary Port Unit concept is as a result of lessons learned from various MSC deployments and exercises over the last 15 years and a realistic look at what required capabilities are needed in the establishment of an Ash Shuaybah or Mesaieed, the augmentation of ports like Pusan or Chinhae or the standup of a completely new port facility anywhere in the world in any type of threat environment. Current Reserve Port Operation Units 18 Reserve Units of various size and organization as determined by individual area commanders generally tied to specific ports or geographic locations only (560 personnel with no equal distribution of officer/enlisted across units, not deployed as a unit but ad hoc, limiting effectiveness during initial operations ). Operationally and administratively assigned to area commands who dictate training, usage and equipage requirements only for their specific requirements Extremely limited in usage outside of specific AOR trained for, thus an over usage of some units and no or limited utilization of others, less than 20% of total reserve force utilized for OIF Expeditionary Port Units (Commencing FY-05) 17 Reserve Units, 16 Reservists (7 Officers/9 Enlisted), identical in size and organization – manned to deploy as a unit and act completely independent of any infrastructure to address port operations, supply contracting issues and medical issues for arriving ships – PLUG and PLAY UNITS THAT MAXIMIZE MISSION SUPPORT IN MINIMUM PERIOD OF TIME Assigned to MSC HQ for operational, training and administrative purposes – standardized training and equipage for all units equals more efficiency and capabilities worldwide and provides the Commander more operational options The establishment of the Expeditionary Port Unit concept is as a result of lessons learned from various MSC deployments and exercises over the last 15 years and a realistic look at what required capabilities are needed in the establishment of an Ash Shuaybah or Mesaieed, the augmentation of ports like Pusan or Chinhae or the standup of a completely new port facility anywhere in the world in any type of threat environment.

41. Current Reserve Port Operation Units 18 Reserve Units of various size and organization as determined by individual area commanders generally tied to specific ports or geographic locations only (560 personnel with no equal distribution of officer/enlisted across units, not deployed as a unit but ad hoc, limiting effectiveness during initial operations ). Operationally and administratively assigned to area commands who dictate training, usage and equipage requirements only for their specific requirements Extremely limited in usage outside of specific AOR trained for, thus an over usage of some units and no or limited utilization of others, less than 20% of total reserve force utilized for OIF Expeditionary Port Units (Commencing FY-05) 17 Reserve Units, 16 Reservists (7 Officers/9 Enlisted), identical in size and organization – manned to deploy as a unit and act completely independent of any infrastructure to address port operations, supply contracting issues and medical issues for arriving ships – PLUG and PLAY UNITS THAT MAXIMIZE MISSION SUPPORT IN MINIMUM PERIOD OF TIME Assigned to MSC HQ for operational, training and administrative purposes – standardized training and equipage for all units equals more efficiency and capabilities worldwide and provides the Commander more operational options The establishment of the Expeditionary Port Unit concept is as a result of lessons learned from various MSC deployments and exercises over the last 15 years and a realistic look at what required capabilities are needed in the establishment of an Ash Shuaybah or Mesaieed, the augmentation of ports like Pusan or Chinhae or the standup of a completely new port facility anywhere in the world in any type of threat environment. Current Reserve Port Operation Units 18 Reserve Units of various size and organization as determined by individual area commanders generally tied to specific ports or geographic locations only (560 personnel with no equal distribution of officer/enlisted across units, not deployed as a unit but ad hoc, limiting effectiveness during initial operations ). Operationally and administratively assigned to area commands who dictate training, usage and equipage requirements only for their specific requirements Extremely limited in usage outside of specific AOR trained for, thus an over usage of some units and no or limited utilization of others, less than 20% of total reserve force utilized for OIF Expeditionary Port Units (Commencing FY-05) 17 Reserve Units, 16 Reservists (7 Officers/9 Enlisted), identical in size and organization – manned to deploy as a unit and act completely independent of any infrastructure to address port operations, supply contracting issues and medical issues for arriving ships – PLUG and PLAY UNITS THAT MAXIMIZE MISSION SUPPORT IN MINIMUM PERIOD OF TIME Assigned to MSC HQ for operational, training and administrative purposes – standardized training and equipage for all units equals more efficiency and capabilities worldwide and provides the Commander more operational options The establishment of the Expeditionary Port Unit concept is as a result of lessons learned from various MSC deployments and exercises over the last 15 years and a realistic look at what required capabilities are needed in the establishment of an Ash Shuaybah or Mesaieed, the augmentation of ports like Pusan or Chinhae or the standup of a completely new port facility anywhere in the world in any type of threat environment.

42. Current Reserve Port Operation Units 18 Reserve Units of various size and organization as determined by individual area commanders generally tied to specific ports or geographic locations only (560 personnel with no equal distribution of officer/enlisted across units, not deployed as a unit but ad hoc, limiting effectiveness during initial operations ). Operationally and administratively assigned to area commands who dictate training, usage and equipage requirements only for their specific requirements Extremely limited in usage outside of specific AOR trained for, thus an over usage of some units and no or limited utilization of others, less than 20% of total reserve force utilized for OIF Expeditionary Port Units (Commencing FY-05) 17 Reserve Units, 16 Reservists (7 Officers/9 Enlisted), identical in size and organization – manned to deploy as a unit and act completely independent of any infrastructure to address port operations, supply contracting issues and medical issues for arriving ships – PLUG and PLAY UNITS THAT MAXIMIZE MISSION SUPPORT IN MINIMUM PERIOD OF TIME Assigned to MSC HQ for operational, training and administrative purposes – standardized training and equipage for all units equals more efficiency and capabilities worldwide and provides the Commander more operational options The establishment of the Expeditionary Port Unit concept is as a result of lessons learned from various MSC deployments and exercises over the last 15 years and a realistic look at what required capabilities are needed in the establishment of an Ash Shuaybah or Mesaieed, the augmentation of ports like Pusan or Chinhae or the standup of a completely new port facility anywhere in the world in any type of threat environment. Current Reserve Port Operation Units 18 Reserve Units of various size and organization as determined by individual area commanders generally tied to specific ports or geographic locations only (560 personnel with no equal distribution of officer/enlisted across units, not deployed as a unit but ad hoc, limiting effectiveness during initial operations ). Operationally and administratively assigned to area commands who dictate training, usage and equipage requirements only for their specific requirements Extremely limited in usage outside of specific AOR trained for, thus an over usage of some units and no or limited utilization of others, less than 20% of total reserve force utilized for OIF Expeditionary Port Units (Commencing FY-05) 17 Reserve Units, 16 Reservists (7 Officers/9 Enlisted), identical in size and organization – manned to deploy as a unit and act completely independent of any infrastructure to address port operations, supply contracting issues and medical issues for arriving ships – PLUG and PLAY UNITS THAT MAXIMIZE MISSION SUPPORT IN MINIMUM PERIOD OF TIME Assigned to MSC HQ for operational, training and administrative purposes – standardized training and equipage for all units equals more efficiency and capabilities worldwide and provides the Commander more operational options The establishment of the Expeditionary Port Unit concept is as a result of lessons learned from various MSC deployments and exercises over the last 15 years and a realistic look at what required capabilities are needed in the establishment of an Ash Shuaybah or Mesaieed, the augmentation of ports like Pusan or Chinhae or the standup of a completely new port facility anywhere in the world in any type of threat environment.

43. Current Reserve Port Operation Units 18 Reserve Units of various size and organization as determined by individual area commanders generally tied to specific ports or geographic locations only (560 personnel with no equal distribution of officer/enlisted across units, not deployed as a unit but ad hoc, limiting effectiveness during initial operations ). Operationally and administratively assigned to area commands who dictate training, usage and equipage requirements only for their specific requirements Extremely limited in usage outside of specific AOR trained for, thus an over usage of some units and no or limited utilization of others, less than 20% of total reserve force utilized for OIF Expeditionary Port Units (Commencing FY-05) 17 Reserve Units, 16 Reservists (7 Officers/9 Enlisted), identical in size and organization – manned to deploy as a unit and act completely independent of any infrastructure to address port operations, supply contracting issues and medical issues for arriving ships – PLUG and PLAY UNITS THAT MAXIMIZE MISSION SUPPORT IN MINIMUM PERIOD OF TIME Assigned to MSC HQ for operational, training and administrative purposes – standardized training and equipage for all units equals more efficiency and capabilities worldwide and provides the Commander more operational options The establishment of the Expeditionary Port Unit concept is as a result of lessons learned from various MSC deployments and exercises over the last 15 years and a realistic look at what required capabilities are needed in the establishment of an Ash Shuaybah or Mesaieed, the augmentation of ports like Pusan or Chinhae or the standup of a completely new port facility anywhere in the world in any type of threat environment. Current Reserve Port Operation Units 18 Reserve Units of various size and organization as determined by individual area commanders generally tied to specific ports or geographic locations only (560 personnel with no equal distribution of officer/enlisted across units, not deployed as a unit but ad hoc, limiting effectiveness during initial operations ). Operationally and administratively assigned to area commands who dictate training, usage and equipage requirements only for their specific requirements Extremely limited in usage outside of specific AOR trained for, thus an over usage of some units and no or limited utilization of others, less than 20% of total reserve force utilized for OIF Expeditionary Port Units (Commencing FY-05) 17 Reserve Units, 16 Reservists (7 Officers/9 Enlisted), identical in size and organization – manned to deploy as a unit and act completely independent of any infrastructure to address port operations, supply contracting issues and medical issues for arriving ships – PLUG and PLAY UNITS THAT MAXIMIZE MISSION SUPPORT IN MINIMUM PERIOD OF TIME Assigned to MSC HQ for operational, training and administrative purposes – standardized training and equipage for all units equals more efficiency and capabilities worldwide and provides the Commander more operational options The establishment of the Expeditionary Port Unit concept is as a result of lessons learned from various MSC deployments and exercises over the last 15 years and a realistic look at what required capabilities are needed in the establishment of an Ash Shuaybah or Mesaieed, the augmentation of ports like Pusan or Chinhae or the standup of a completely new port facility anywhere in the world in any type of threat environment.

44. Current Reserve Port Operation Units 18 Reserve Units of various size and organization as determined by individual area commanders generally tied to specific ports or geographic locations only (560 personnel with no equal distribution of officer/enlisted across units, not deployed as a unit but ad hoc, limiting effectiveness during initial operations ). Operationally and administratively assigned to area commands who dictate training, usage and equipage requirements only for their specific requirements Extremely limited in usage outside of specific AOR trained for, thus an over usage of some units and no or limited utilization of others, less than 20% of total reserve force utilized for OIF Expeditionary Port Units (Commencing FY-05) 17 Reserve Units, 16 Reservists (7 Officers/9 Enlisted), identical in size and organization – manned to deploy as a unit and act completely independent of any infrastructure to address port operations, supply contracting issues and medical issues for arriving ships – PLUG and PLAY UNITS THAT MAXIMIZE MISSION SUPPORT IN MINIMUM PERIOD OF TIME Assigned to MSC HQ for operational, training and administrative purposes – standardized training and equipage for all units equals more efficiency and capabilities worldwide and provides the Commander more operational options The establishment of the Expeditionary Port Unit concept is as a result of lessons learned from various MSC deployments and exercises over the last 15 years and a realistic look at what required capabilities are needed in the establishment of an Ash Shuaybah or Mesaieed, the augmentation of ports like Pusan or Chinhae or the standup of a completely new port facility anywhere in the world in any type of threat environment. Current Reserve Port Operation Units 18 Reserve Units of various size and organization as determined by individual area commanders generally tied to specific ports or geographic locations only (560 personnel with no equal distribution of officer/enlisted across units, not deployed as a unit but ad hoc, limiting effectiveness during initial operations ). Operationally and administratively assigned to area commands who dictate training, usage and equipage requirements only for their specific requirements Extremely limited in usage outside of specific AOR trained for, thus an over usage of some units and no or limited utilization of others, less than 20% of total reserve force utilized for OIF Expeditionary Port Units (Commencing FY-05) 17 Reserve Units, 16 Reservists (7 Officers/9 Enlisted), identical in size and organization – manned to deploy as a unit and act completely independent of any infrastructure to address port operations, supply contracting issues and medical issues for arriving ships – PLUG and PLAY UNITS THAT MAXIMIZE MISSION SUPPORT IN MINIMUM PERIOD OF TIME Assigned to MSC HQ for operational, training and administrative purposes – standardized training and equipage for all units equals more efficiency and capabilities worldwide and provides the Commander more operational options The establishment of the Expeditionary Port Unit concept is as a result of lessons learned from various MSC deployments and exercises over the last 15 years and a realistic look at what required capabilities are needed in the establishment of an Ash Shuaybah or Mesaieed, the augmentation of ports like Pusan or Chinhae or the standup of a completely new port facility anywhere in the world in any type of threat environment.

45. Current Reserve Port Operation Units 18 Reserve Units of various size and organization as determined by individual area commanders generally tied to specific ports or geographic locations only (560 personnel with no equal distribution of officer/enlisted across units, not deployed as a unit but ad hoc, limiting effectiveness during initial operations ). Operationally and administratively assigned to area commands who dictate training, usage and equipage requirements only for their specific requirements Extremely limited in usage outside of specific AOR trained for, thus an over usage of some units and no or limited utilization of others, less than 20% of total reserve force utilized for OIF Expeditionary Port Units (Commencing FY-05) 17 Reserve Units, 16 Reservists (7 Officers/9 Enlisted), identical in size and organization – manned to deploy as a unit and act completely independent of any infrastructure to address port operations, supply contracting issues and medical issues for arriving ships – PLUG and PLAY UNITS THAT MAXIMIZE MISSION SUPPORT IN MINIMUM PERIOD OF TIME Assigned to MSC HQ for operational, training and administrative purposes – standardized training and equipage for all units equals more efficiency and capabilities worldwide and provides the Commander more operational options The establishment of the Expeditionary Port Unit concept is as a result of lessons learned from various MSC deployments and exercises over the last 15 years and a realistic look at what required capabilities are needed in the establishment of an Ash Shuaybah or Mesaieed, the augmentation of ports like Pusan or Chinhae or the standup of a completely new port facility anywhere in the world in any type of threat environment. Current Reserve Port Operation Units 18 Reserve Units of various size and organization as determined by individual area commanders generally tied to specific ports or geographic locations only (560 personnel with no equal distribution of officer/enlisted across units, not deployed as a unit but ad hoc, limiting effectiveness during initial operations ). Operationally and administratively assigned to area commands who dictate training, usage and equipage requirements only for their specific requirements Extremely limited in usage outside of specific AOR trained for, thus an over usage of some units and no or limited utilization of others, less than 20% of total reserve force utilized for OIF Expeditionary Port Units (Commencing FY-05) 17 Reserve Units, 16 Reservists (7 Officers/9 Enlisted), identical in size and organization – manned to deploy as a unit and act completely independent of any infrastructure to address port operations, supply contracting issues and medical issues for arriving ships – PLUG and PLAY UNITS THAT MAXIMIZE MISSION SUPPORT IN MINIMUM PERIOD OF TIME Assigned to MSC HQ for operational, training and administrative purposes – standardized training and equipage for all units equals more efficiency and capabilities worldwide and provides the Commander more operational options The establishment of the Expeditionary Port Unit concept is as a result of lessons learned from various MSC deployments and exercises over the last 15 years and a realistic look at what required capabilities are needed in the establishment of an Ash Shuaybah or Mesaieed, the augmentation of ports like Pusan or Chinhae or the standup of a completely new port facility anywhere in the world in any type of threat environment.

46. Current Reserve Port Operation Units 18 Reserve Units of various size and organization as determined by individual area commanders generally tied to specific ports or geographic locations only (560 personnel with no equal distribution of officer/enlisted across units, not deployed as a unit but ad hoc, limiting effectiveness during initial operations ). Operationally and administratively assigned to area commands who dictate training, usage and equipage requirements only for their specific requirements Extremely limited in usage outside of specific AOR trained for, thus an over usage of some units and no or limited utilization of others, less than 20% of total reserve force utilized for OIF Expeditionary Port Units (Commencing FY-05) 17 Reserve Units, 16 Reservists (7 Officers/9 Enlisted), identical in size and organization – manned to deploy as a unit and act completely independent of any infrastructure to address port operations, supply contracting issues and medical issues for arriving ships – PLUG and PLAY UNITS THAT MAXIMIZE MISSION SUPPORT IN MINIMUM PERIOD OF TIME Assigned to MSC HQ for operational, training and administrative purposes – standardized training and equipage for all units equals more efficiency and capabilities worldwide and provides the Commander more operational options The establishment of the Expeditionary Port Unit concept is as a result of lessons learned from various MSC deployments and exercises over the last 15 years and a realistic look at what required capabilities are needed in the establishment of an Ash Shuaybah or Mesaieed, the augmentation of ports like Pusan or Chinhae or the standup of a completely new port facility anywhere in the world in any type of threat environment. Current Reserve Port Operation Units 18 Reserve Units of various size and organization as determined by individual area commanders generally tied to specific ports or geographic locations only (560 personnel with no equal distribution of officer/enlisted across units, not deployed as a unit but ad hoc, limiting effectiveness during initial operations ). Operationally and administratively assigned to area commands who dictate training, usage and equipage requirements only for their specific requirements Extremely limited in usage outside of specific AOR trained for, thus an over usage of some units and no or limited utilization of others, less than 20% of total reserve force utilized for OIF Expeditionary Port Units (Commencing FY-05) 17 Reserve Units, 16 Reservists (7 Officers/9 Enlisted), identical in size and organization – manned to deploy as a unit and act completely independent of any infrastructure to address port operations, supply contracting issues and medical issues for arriving ships – PLUG and PLAY UNITS THAT MAXIMIZE MISSION SUPPORT IN MINIMUM PERIOD OF TIME Assigned to MSC HQ for operational, training and administrative purposes – standardized training and equipage for all units equals more efficiency and capabilities worldwide and provides the Commander more operational options The establishment of the Expeditionary Port Unit concept is as a result of lessons learned from various MSC deployments and exercises over the last 15 years and a realistic look at what required capabilities are needed in the establishment of an Ash Shuaybah or Mesaieed, the augmentation of ports like Pusan or Chinhae or the standup of a completely new port facility anywhere in the world in any type of threat environment.

47. Current Reserve Port Operation Units 18 Reserve Units of various size and organization as determined by individual area commanders generally tied to specific ports or geographic locations only (560 personnel with no equal distribution of officer/enlisted across units, not deployed as a unit but ad hoc, limiting effectiveness during initial operations ). Operationally and administratively assigned to area commands who dictate training, usage and equipage requirements only for their specific requirements Extremely limited in usage outside of specific AOR trained for, thus an over usage of some units and no or limited utilization of others, less than 20% of total reserve force utilized for OIF Expeditionary Port Units (Commencing FY-05) 17 Reserve Units, 16 Reservists (7 Officers/9 Enlisted), identical in size and organization – manned to deploy as a unit and act completely independent of any infrastructure to address port operations, supply contracting issues and medical issues for arriving ships – PLUG and PLAY UNITS THAT MAXIMIZE MISSION SUPPORT IN MINIMUM PERIOD OF TIME Assigned to MSC HQ for operational, training and administrative purposes – standardized training and equipage for all units equals more efficiency and capabilities worldwide and provides the Commander more operational options The establishment of the Expeditionary Port Unit concept is as a result of lessons learned from various MSC deployments and exercises over the last 15 years and a realistic look at what required capabilities are needed in the establishment of an Ash Shuaybah or Mesaieed, the augmentation of ports like Pusan or Chinhae or the standup of a completely new port facility anywhere in the world in any type of threat environment. Current Reserve Port Operation Units 18 Reserve Units of various size and organization as determined by individual area commanders generally tied to specific ports or geographic locations only (560 personnel with no equal distribution of officer/enlisted across units, not deployed as a unit but ad hoc, limiting effectiveness during initial operations ). Operationally and administratively assigned to area commands who dictate training, usage and equipage requirements only for their specific requirements Extremely limited in usage outside of specific AOR trained for, thus an over usage of some units and no or limited utilization of others, less than 20% of total reserve force utilized for OIF Expeditionary Port Units (Commencing FY-05) 17 Reserve Units, 16 Reservists (7 Officers/9 Enlisted), identical in size and organization – manned to deploy as a unit and act completely independent of any infrastructure to address port operations, supply contracting issues and medical issues for arriving ships – PLUG and PLAY UNITS THAT MAXIMIZE MISSION SUPPORT IN MINIMUM PERIOD OF TIME Assigned to MSC HQ for operational, training and administrative purposes – standardized training and equipage for all units equals more efficiency and capabilities worldwide and provides the Commander more operational options The establishment of the Expeditionary Port Unit concept is as a result of lessons learned from various MSC deployments and exercises over the last 15 years and a realistic look at what required capabilities are needed in the establishment of an Ash Shuaybah or Mesaieed, the augmentation of ports like Pusan or Chinhae or the standup of a completely new port facility anywhere in the world in any type of threat environment.

48. Current Reserve Port Operation Units 18 Reserve Units of various size and organization as determined by individual area commanders generally tied to specific ports or geographic locations only (560 personnel with no equal distribution of officer/enlisted across units, not deployed as a unit but ad hoc, limiting effectiveness during initial operations ). Operationally and administratively assigned to area commands who dictate training, usage and equipage requirements only for their specific requirements Extremely limited in usage outside of specific AOR trained for, thus an over usage of some units and no or limited utilization of others, less than 20% of total reserve force utilized for OIF Expeditionary Port Units (Commencing FY-05) 17 Reserve Units, 16 Reservists (7 Officers/9 Enlisted), identical in size and organization – manned to deploy as a unit and act completely independent of any infrastructure to address port operations, supply contracting issues and medical issues for arriving ships – PLUG and PLAY UNITS THAT MAXIMIZE MISSION SUPPORT IN MINIMUM PERIOD OF TIME Assigned to MSC HQ for operational, training and administrative purposes – standardized training and equipage for all units equals more efficiency and capabilities worldwide and provides the Commander more operational options The establishment of the Expeditionary Port Unit concept is as a result of lessons learned from various MSC deployments and exercises over the last 15 years and a realistic look at what required capabilities are needed in the establishment of an Ash Shuaybah or Mesaieed, the augmentation of ports like Pusan or Chinhae or the standup of a completely new port facility anywhere in the world in any type of threat environment. Current Reserve Port Operation Units 18 Reserve Units of various size and organization as determined by individual area commanders generally tied to specific ports or geographic locations only (560 personnel with no equal distribution of officer/enlisted across units, not deployed as a unit but ad hoc, limiting effectiveness during initial operations ). Operationally and administratively assigned to area commands who dictate training, usage and equipage requirements only for their specific requirements Extremely limited in usage outside of specific AOR trained for, thus an over usage of some units and no or limited utilization of others, less than 20% of total reserve force utilized for OIF Expeditionary Port Units (Commencing FY-05) 17 Reserve Units, 16 Reservists (7 Officers/9 Enlisted), identical in size and organization – manned to deploy as a unit and act completely independent of any infrastructure to address port operations, supply contracting issues and medical issues for arriving ships – PLUG and PLAY UNITS THAT MAXIMIZE MISSION SUPPORT IN MINIMUM PERIOD OF TIME Assigned to MSC HQ for operational, training and administrative purposes – standardized training and equipage for all units equals more efficiency and capabilities worldwide and provides the Commander more operational options The establishment of the Expeditionary Port Unit concept is as a result of lessons learned from various MSC deployments and exercises over the last 15 years and a realistic look at what required capabilities are needed in the establishment of an Ash Shuaybah or Mesaieed, the augmentation of ports like Pusan or Chinhae or the standup of a completely new port facility anywhere in the world in any type of threat environment.

49. Current Reserve Port Operation Units 18 Reserve Units of various size and organization as determined by individual area commanders generally tied to specific ports or geographic locations only (560 personnel with no equal distribution of officer/enlisted across units, not deployed as a unit but ad hoc, limiting effectiveness during initial operations ). Operationally and administratively assigned to area commands who dictate training, usage and equipage requirements only for their specific requirements Extremely limited in usage outside of specific AOR trained for, thus an over usage of some units and no or limited utilization of others, less than 20% of total reserve force utilized for OIF Expeditionary Port Units (Commencing FY-05) 17 Reserve Units, 16 Reservists (7 Officers/9 Enlisted), identical in size and organization – manned to deploy as a unit and act completely independent of any infrastructure to address port operations, supply contracting issues and medical issues for arriving ships – PLUG and PLAY UNITS THAT MAXIMIZE MISSION SUPPORT IN MINIMUM PERIOD OF TIME Assigned to MSC HQ for operational, training and administrative purposes – standardized training and equipage for all units equals more efficiency and capabilities worldwide and provides the Commander more operational options The establishment of the Expeditionary Port Unit concept is as a result of lessons learned from various MSC deployments and exercises over the last 15 years and a realistic look at what required capabilities are needed in the establishment of an Ash Shuaybah or Mesaieed, the augmentation of ports like Pusan or Chinhae or the standup of a completely new port facility anywhere in the world in any type of threat environment. Current Reserve Port Operation Units 18 Reserve Units of various size and organization as determined by individual area commanders generally tied to specific ports or geographic locations only (560 personnel with no equal distribution of officer/enlisted across units, not deployed as a unit but ad hoc, limiting effectiveness during initial operations ). Operationally and administratively assigned to area commands who dictate training, usage and equipage requirements only for their specific requirements Extremely limited in usage outside of specific AOR trained for, thus an over usage of some units and no or limited utilization of others, less than 20% of total reserve force utilized for OIF Expeditionary Port Units (Commencing FY-05) 17 Reserve Units, 16 Reservists (7 Officers/9 Enlisted), identical in size and organization – manned to deploy as a unit and act completely independent of any infrastructure to address port operations, supply contracting issues and medical issues for arriving ships – PLUG and PLAY UNITS THAT MAXIMIZE MISSION SUPPORT IN MINIMUM PERIOD OF TIME Assigned to MSC HQ for operational, training and administrative purposes – standardized training and equipage for all units equals more efficiency and capabilities worldwide and provides the Commander more operational options The establishment of the Expeditionary Port Unit concept is as a result of lessons learned from various MSC deployments and exercises over the last 15 years and a realistic look at what required capabilities are needed in the establishment of an Ash Shuaybah or Mesaieed, the augmentation of ports like Pusan or Chinhae or the standup of a completely new port facility anywhere in the world in any type of threat environment.

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