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ANP Logistics System Decision Brief COA Development 6 October 2011. COA Guidance (New). COA 1 “Centralized” – NLC, 5+1 RLC, 1 PSP, 1+Trans Bde, RLC Trans Coy+

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coa guidance new
COA Guidance (New)
  • COA 1 “Centralized” – NLC, 5+1 RLC, 1 PSP, 1+Trans Bde, RLC Trans Coy+
    • No new builds, develop distribution systems, “everything at the centre”, timed “pushes”, develop RLC Trans BN to sustain districts, focus on growing organic capability for maintenance, use $ saving for RLC trans BN and civ pay reform
  • COA 2 “No PSPs” - NLC, 8 x RLC, 0 x PSP, 1+ Trans Bdes
    • Build new RLC’s, no PSP’s, focus on improved distribution system, pillar integration, contracted/organic maintenance, $ savings for increase Trans Bdes and civ pay reform
  • COA 3 - “MOI Supply Points” – NLC, 8-12+ MSP’s, Trans Bde
    • Develop NLC, add 4+ RLC’s based on geography/distance, remove a layer within the system (PSP), develop mat transfer point below the region if req’d, enhance trans where needed
  • COA 4 – “Hybrid ANA/ANP” – Leverage ANA/ANP efficiencies to sustain the force
    • Only build new infrastructure if operationally required. May require to increase storage capacity at RLCs/RLSCs. Develop potential future area of cooperation (i.e. Utilize ASC to manage Distribution System from National to Regional level, Warehousing, Inventory management tool, Fuel, Foods, etc).

Last Updated: 29 Sep 11

POC: LCol Erickson, 237-0190

common to all coa s
Common to all COA’s
  • National Logistics Center – Wardak
  • Existing Regional Logistics Centers
  • National Transport Brigade*
  • Limited organic maintenance capability will be developed by 2014
  • Requirement for contracted support through 2014*
    • Vehicle, Weapons, Comms Maintenance
  • Concept for Critical Class Items
    • Fuel, Uniforms, Food
  • Leverage ANA capacity where possible
    • Long-term objective beyond 2014

* slight variations per COA

Last Updated: 22 Sep 11

POC: LCol Erickson, 237-0190

slide4

COA 1 – “Centralized”

1 National Logistics Center

5 Regional Logistics Centers

2 - Sites to be used as a RLC

Badakhshan

Jowzjan

Balkh

Konduz

  • Concept of Sustainment
  • Provinces sustained by “closest” supply point (defined in policy)
  • 2012 – Build, Field, Improve
    • Force sustained by 5 centers
    • Trans capabilities fielded
    • Organic capacity developed
    • Significant contracted maintenance
    • Limited RLC upgrade
    • Develop Policy, procedures
    • Develop training/trainers
  • 2013 – Grow, Transition
    • NLC, RLC Jalalabad, ILF Kabul
    • Thicken Trans Capability
    • Enhanced PHQ, DHQ capacity
    • Centers at CM2B by end year
    • Contracts transitioned to MOI lead
  • 2014 – Sustain
    • 2 years of “making it work”
    • Afghan led contracts in place
    • ISAF in oversight

Takhar

Samangan

Faryah

Sar-I Pol

Panjshir

Baghlan

Nuristan

Badghis

Kapisa

Parwan

Kunar

Bamyan

Laghman

Wardak

Herat

Kabul

Nangarhar

Logar

Ghor

Day Kundi

Ghazni

Paktya

Khowst

Uruzgan

Farah

Zabul

Paktika

Nimroz

Helmand

Kandahar

2012

2013

2014

coa 1 proposed org chart
COA 1 – Proposed Org Chart

2012

NLC

Wardak

279/630/272/470

(1651)

2012

MSC

Wardak

107/107/53/413

(680)

2013

Ammunition

5/14/51/6

(76)

2013

Trans Brigade HQ

32/51/40/14

(137)

2011

MoI Hq

Kabul

82/27/0/47

(156)

+304

2012

MMC

Wardak

79/18/0/25

(122)

2012

Trans Kandaks

Wardak

56/440/128/12

(636)

+159

2013

RLC

Kabul

19/26/19/85

(149)

2013

RLC

Nangarhar

19/26/19/90

(154)

2011

RLC

MeS

27/36/31/90

(184)

2011

RLC

Kandahar

32/39/38/90

(199)

2011

RLC

Gardez

23/44/38/90

(195)

2011

RLC

Herat

22/45/38/90

(195)

2011

PSP

LKG

29/41/36/90

(196)

+145

+145

+145

+145

+145

+145

+145

Kabul

294

Nangahar

299

MeS

329

Kandahar

344

Gardez

340

Herat

340

LKG

341

  • Redistribution: 1871 positions (offset) – 51% Civ
  • Uplift of mechanics (~100 per RLC, 2-6 per PHQ)
  • RLC training teams (~10-12)
  • Increase of drivers at PHQ/DHQ (~125 total)
  • 1645 Positions (843 Civilian)

PHQ’s/DHQ’s

+ 6-10

Last Updated: 30 Sep 11

POC: Lt Col Moton, CJ1

slide6

COA 2 – “No PSPs”

1 National Logistics Center

8 Regional Logistics Centers

Future sites

Badakhshan

  • Concept of Sustainment
  • Provinces sustained by regional supply points (defined in policy)
  • 2012 – Build, Field, Improve
    • Force sustained by 5 centers
    • Build 4 new RLC’s
    • Trans capabilities fielded
    • Organic capacity developed
    • Contracted maintenance
    • Develop Policy, procedures
    • Develop training/trainers
  • 2013 – Grow, Transition
    • NLC, RLC Jalalabad, ILF Kabul
    • Thicken Trans Capability
    • Centers at CM2B by end year
    • Contracts transitioned to MOI lead
    • New RLC’s online end-year
  • 2014 – Sustain
    • Afghan led contracts in place
    • Afghan training teams in place
    • ISAF in oversight

Jowzjan

Balkh

Konduz

Takhar

Samangan

Faryah

Sar-I Pol

Panjshir

Baghlan

Nuristan

Badghis

Kapisa

Parwan

Kunar

Bamyan

Laghman

Wardak

Herat

Kabul

Nangarhar

Logar

Ghor

Day Kundi

Ghazni

Paktya

Khowst

Uruzgan

Farah

Zabul

Paktika

Nimroz

Helmand

Kandahar

2012

2013

2014

Last Updated: 20 Sep 11

POC: LCol Erickson, 237-0190

UNCLASSIFIED//REL TO NATO/ISAF

coa 2 proposed org chart
COA 2 – Proposed Org Chart

2012

MSC

Wardak

107/107/53/413

(680)

2013

Ammunition

5/14/51/6

(76)

2013

Trans Brigade HQ

32/51/40/14

(137)

2012

NLC

Wardak

279/630/272/470

(1651)

2011

MoI Hq

Kabul

82/27/0/47

(156)

+304

2012

MMC

Wardak

79/18/0/25

(122)

2012

Trans Kandaks

Wardak

56/440/128/12

(636)

+159

2013

RLC

Kabul

19/26/19/85

(149)

2013

RLC

Nangarhar

19/26/19/90

(154)

2011

RLC

MeS

27/36/31/90

(184)

2011

RLC

Kandahar

32/39/38/90

(199)

2011

RLC

Gardez

23/44/38/90

(195)

2011

RLC

Herat

22/45/38/90

(195)

2014

RLC

LKG

29/41/36/90

(196)

2014

RLC

Konduz

18/26/19/83

(146)

+135

+135

+135

+135

+135

+135

+135

+135

Kabul

284

Nangarhar

289

MeS

319

Kandahar

334

Gardez

330

Herat

330

LKG

331

Konduz

281

  • Redistribution: 1725 positions (offset) – 50% Civ
  • Uplift of mechanics (~100 per RLC, 2-6 per PHQ)
  • RLC training teams (~10-12)
  • Increase of drivers/staff at PHQ/DHQ (153 total)
  • 1696 positions required ( 859 Civilian)

PHQ’s/DHQ’s

+ 6-10

Last Updated: 30 Sep 11

POC: LTC Moton, CJ1

slide8

COA 3 – “MOI Supply Points”

1 National Logistics Center

7 Regional Logistics Centers

7 New Sites for MSP+

Future sites outlined in yellow

Badakhshan

Jowzjan

Balkh

Konduz

Takhar

  • Concept of Sustainment
  • Provinces sustained by regional logistics centers
  • 2012 – Build, Field, Improve
    • Partner 5 sites
    • Build MOI Supply point
    • Contracted maintenance
    • Develop Policy, procedures
    • Develop training/trainers
  • 2013 – Grow, Transition
    • NLC, RLC Jalalabad, ILF Kabul
    • Thicken Trans Capability
    • Centers at CM2B by end year
    • Contracts transitioned to MOI lead
    • New RLC’s online end-year
  • 2014 – Sustain
    • Afghan led contracts in place
    • Leverage Lateral support
    • ISAF in oversight

Samangan

Faryah

Sar-I Pol

Panjshir

Baghlan

Nuristan

Badghis

Kapisa

Parwan

Kunar

Bamyan

Laghman

Wardak

Herat

Kabul

Nangarhar

Logar

Day Kundi

Ghor

Ghazni

Paktya

Khowst

Uruzgan

Farah

Zabul

Paktika

Nimroz

Helmand

Kandahar

Last Updated: 20 Sep 11

POC: LTC Moton, CJ1

UNCLASSIFIED//REL TO NATO/ISAF

coa 3 proposed org
COA 3 – Proposed Org

2012

MSC

Wardak

107/107/53/413

(680)

2013

Ammunition

5/14/51/6

(76)

2013

Trans Brigade HQ

32/51/40/14

(137)

2012

NLC

Wardak

279/630/272/470

(1651)

2011

MoI Hq

Kabul

82/27/0/47

(156)

+304

2012

MMC

Wardak

79/18/0/25

(122)

2012

Trans Kandaks

Wardak

56/440/128/12

(636)

+159

2013

RLC

Kabul

19/26/19/85

(149)

2013

RLC

Nangarhar

19/26/19/90

(154)

2011

RLC

MeS

27/36/31/90

(184)

2011

RLC

Kandahar

32/39/38/90

(199)

2011

RLC

Gardez

23/44/38/90

(195)

2011

RLC

Herat

22/45/38/90

(195)

2011

RLC

LKG

29/41/36/90

(196)

2014MSP

JOWZJAN

18/26/19/83

(146)

2014

MSP

TAKHAR

18/26/19/83

(146)

2014

MSP

BAGHLAN

18/26/19/83

(146)

2013

MSP

GHAZNI

18/26/19/83

(146)

2013

MSP

FARAH

18/26/19/83

(146)

2013

MSP

ZABOL

18/26/19/83

(146)

2013

MSP

DAY KUNDI

18/26/19/83

(146)

+146

+17

+154

+17

+17

+17

+17

+17

+146

+146

+146

+146

+146

+146

+10 Training Team per RLC/MSP (140)

+ 104 mechanics across country

  • Redistribution: 703 positions (offset) – 50% Civ
  • Uplift of mechanics (~104 total)
  • RLC training teams (~10-12)
  • 703 Positions redistributed.

Last Updated: 30 Sep 11

POC: LTC Moton, CJ1

coa 4 hybrid ana anp
COA 4 – “Hybrid ANA/ANP”

What we know

  • ANA does not have existing extra capacity:
    • ANA does not have extra distribution capacity
  • Cooperation between MoI and MoD is almost non-existent
  • The inter-ministerial MoU between MoI and MoD is not applied

What we think

  • Opportunities exist to build area of cooperation in the future, but will require engagement at the ministerial level (10 year objective)
    • Focus on cooperation at the National and regional level

What we need

  • What can be co-located, cooperated, integrated?
  • Fuel, Ammo, Food, Vehicle Spares/Maint, Weapons Maint
slide11

COA 4 – “Hybrid”

1 National Logistics Center

5 Regional Logistics Centers

2 - Sites to be used as a RLC

6 x RLSC (ANA)

Badakhshan

Jowzjan

Balkh

Konduz

Takhar

Samangan

Faryah

    • Concept of Hybrid Logistics
  • Determine levels of cooperation, coordination, integration
  • National (Ministerial), Operational (Regional), Tactical (Provincial)
  • 5/6 - RLC/RLSC in similar locations (already built)
  • Commonality: Medical, Fuel, Food, Water, Parts (LTV)
  • National – Log Coord Agreement, cooperate Training, civil service, personality dependant
  • Regional – RLC – RLSC cooperation possibility, coordination
  • Provincial – coordination/ cooperation unlikely

Sar-I Pol

Panjshir

Baghlan

Nuristan

Badghis

Kapisa

Parwan

Kunar

Bamyan

Laghman

Wardak

Herat

Kabul

Nangarhar

Logar

Ghor

Day Kundi

Ghazni

Paktya

Khowst

Farah

Uruzgan

Zabul

Paktika

Nimroz

Helmand

Kandahar

Last Updated: 20 Sep 11

POC: LCol Erickson, 237-0190

coa 4 hybrid
COA 4 – “Hybrid”
  • Full integration is not possible in the next 2 years
  • 3 level of potential cooperation
    • Strategic
    • Operational
    • Tactical
  • Integration is not a singular COA, but rather must be considered for all COA (identified as common COA dev factor)
  • More work required to develop areas of possible cooperation

Last Updated: 29 Sep 11

POC: Col Nultsch, CJ4

coa summary
COA Summary

COA 1 - Centralized

COA 2 – No PSP’s

COA 3 – MSP

COA 4 – Hybrid

Infrastructure

No new builds

Regionally Focused

NLC

5-6 RLC’s, 1 PSP

PHQ, DHQ

Regionally Focused

NLC

8 x RLC (new builds)

PHQ, DHQ

Area support

NLC

7 x RLC, ~7 MOI Supply Points

PHQ, DHQ

4/6 RLC/RLSC proximate

RC-East

Training

Leverage ANA CSS School

Logistics Train the Trainer

CF mobile training teams

Focus on RLC as training center and OJT

Leverage ANA CSS School

Logistics Train the Trainer (Afghan)

CF mobile training teams

Focus on RLC as training center, OJT

Leverage ANA CSS School

Logistics Train the Trainer

CF mobile training teams

Off-site training for new builds

Afghan TTT in the lead 2013

Leverage ANA CSS School

Afghan TTT in the lead 2013

Distribution

NLC – Trans Brigade (4 + 2)

RLC trans coy uplift

PHQ, DHQ trans uplift (distant sites)

Contracted Jingle Trucks

“come and get it”

NLC – Trans Brigade (4)

RLC trans coy uplift

PHQ, DHQ trans uplift (distant sites)

Contracted Jingle Trucks

NLC – Trans Brigade (4)

RLC, MOI SP get Trans uplift

PHQ, DHQ

Contracted Jingle Trucks until capacity fielded

Possibility to coordinate convoys

Equipment

Transfer of procurement responsibility over time (sequenced)

MOI Contracting capability

Local procurement of non-ASL items

No change

No change

National Efficiencies possible

Maintenance

Develop organic capability within ANP (1st line), MMT

Contracted maintenance 2nd, 3rd line

DP- Civilian pay parity, ability to afford the contracts

No change

No Change (more sites to develop in 2013)

Combined national contracts possible

Personnel

1,871 personnel to re-distribute

Add to RLC, PHQ, DHQ

Develop MTT

Increase pillar log capacity

1,725 personnel to re-distribute

Add to RLC, PHQ, DHQ

Develop MTT

Increase pillar log capacity

703 personnel to re-distribute

Fill MOI SP positions

Develop MTT

Combined training possible

Last Updated: 23 Sep 11

POC: LCol Erickson, 237-0190

wargaming walkthrough rules
Wargaming/Walkthrough Rules
  • Remain patient
  • Remain unbiased
  • Remain positive
  • List advantages and disadvantages (as found)
  • Continually assess COA feasibility, acceptability, and suitability
  • Avoid drawing premature conclusions and gathering facts to support such conclusions
  • Compare COAs during comparison process: Not during war game
  • Looking to refine the current COA’s
coa walkthrough
COA Walkthrough
  • End-to-End system check – “how do xxx sustain themselves within the COA, is the CONOPS valid”
  • AUP – RC-W, RC-N
  • ABP – Green Border, Blue Border sites in RC-S, RC-E
  • ANCOP – Deployed to RC-S, RC-E
  • ALP – RC-S, RC-E
  • GDPSU - RC Capital, RC-SW
  • Discussion and refinement is essential
aup west 1 apr 14
AUP WEST - 1 Apr 14

2/3 ANCOP

PHQ Herat

PSP Badghis

PSP Ghor

PHQ Badghis

RCP

PHQ Ghor

RHQ 606 Zone

RLC West

RTC Herat

MOI Reg HQ

ABP Zone 4 HQ

3rd Bde ANCOP

SSB

1/3 ANCOP

3/3 ANCOP

RTC Adraskan

Complete

1 Jul 11

1 Apr 12

1 Apr 13

RPTC Shindand

1 Apr 14

PSP Farah

PHQ Farah

4/3 ANCOP

aup north west 1 apr 14
AUP NORTH (West) – 1 Apr 14

RTC MeS

GPTC MeS

PHQ Jawzjan

RCP MeS

PSP Jawzjan

2/6 ANCOP

RTC Kunduz

GPTC Kunduz

PHQ Kunduz

PSP Kunduz

3/ 6 ANCOP

PHQ Baghlan

RHQ Zn 303

PSP Baghlan

PHQ Samangan

Complete

RLC MeS

4/ 6 ANCOP

RCP Baghlan

PSP Samangan

1 Jul 11

MoI Reg HQ

PHQ Sari Pul

1 Apr 12

PHQ Faryab

PSP Sari Pul

BP Zone 5 HQ

1 Apr 13

PSP Faryab

6th Bde HQ/SSB

1 Apr 14

1/ 6 ANCOP

aup north east 1 apr 14
AUP NORTH (East) – 1 Apr 14

PHQ Badakhshan

PSP Badakhshan

Complete

1 Jul 11

1 Apr 12

1 Apr 13

1 Apr 14

PHQ Takhar

PSP Takhar

abp south 1 apr 14
ABP SOUTH – 1 Apr 14

PHQ Day Kundi

BP Zone 3 HQ

PSP Day Kundi

MoI Reg HQ

RHQ Zn 404

PHQ Kandahar

RLC

Daykundi

3/2 ANCOP

PHQ TarinKot

1/2 ANCOP

PSP TarinKot

PSP Qalat

Uruzgan

4/2 ANCOP

PHQ Qalat

Zabul

Complete

1 Jul 11

2/2 ANCOP

1 Apr 12

2nd Bde HQ/SSB

1 Apr 13

1 Apr 14

Kandahar

RPTC Kandahar

RTC Kandahar

RCP Kandahar

ancop abp east south 1 apr 14
ANCOP/ABP EAST (South) – 1 Apr 14

PSP Bamayan

Trans Brigade Wardak

PHQ Bamayan

ANP Ammo Bunkers

RTC Bamyan

NLC Wardak

PHQ Wardak

Complete

3/1 ANCOP

1 Jul 11

1 Apr 12

1 Apr 13

NPTC Wardak

1 Apr 14

PHQ Logar

PSP Logar

PSP Khost

PHQ Khost

PSP Ghazni

PHQ Ghazni

2/4 ANCOP

RHQ Zn 505

PHQ Paktya

4/4 ANCOP

1/4 ANCOP

RLC Gardez

RTC Gardez

PHQ Paktika

BP Zone 2 HQ

3/4 ANCOP

4th Bde ANCOP

PSP Paktika

4th Bde SSB

RCP Gardez

MoI Reg HQ

ancop abp east north 1 apr 14
ANCOP/ABP EAST (North) – 1 Apr 14

RHQ Zn 202 (in Kabul)

PSP Mehtar Lem

PSP Kapisa

PSP Panjsher

PHQ Nuristan

CHC+ Mehtar Lem

PHQ Kapisa

PHQ Parwan

PHQ Panjsher

PSP Nuristan

PHQ Mehter Lem

PSP Parwan

PHQ Kunar

PSP Kunar

2/1 ANCOP

RPTC Parwan

Complete

1 Jul 11

1 Apr 12

1 Apr 13

4/1 ANCOP

1 Apr 14

PHQ Nangahar

RTC Jalalabad

ABP Zone 1 HQ

5/1 ANCOP

CHC+ Jalalabad

RLC Jalalabad

RCP Jalalabad

MoI Reg HQ

aup west 1 apr 141
AUP WEST - 1 Apr 14

2/3 ANCOP

PHQ Herat

PSP Badghis

PSP Ghor

PHQ Badghis

RCP

PHQ Ghor

RHQ 606 Zone

RLC West

RTC Herat

MOI Reg HQ

ABP Zone 4 HQ

3rd Bde ANCOP

SSB

1/3 ANCOP

3/3 ANCOP

RTC Adraskan

Complete

1 Jul 11

1 Apr 12

1 Apr 13

RPTC Shindand

1 Apr 14

PSP Farah

PHQ Farah

4/3 ANCOP

aup north west 1 apr 141
AUP NORTH (West) – 1 Apr 14

RTC MeS

GPTC MeS

PHQ Jawzjan

RCP MeS

PSP Jawzjan

2/6 ANCOP

RTC Kunduz

GPTC Kunduz

PHQ Kunduz

PSP Kunduz

3/ 6 ANCOP

PHQ Baghlan

RHQ Zn 303

PSP Baghlan

PHQ Samangan

Complete

RLC MeS

4/ 6 ANCOP

RCP Baghlan

PSP Samangan

1 Jul 11

MoI Reg HQ

PHQ Sari Pul

1 Apr 12

PHQ Faryab

PSP Sari Pul

BP Zone 5 HQ

1 Apr 13

PSP Faryab

6th Bde HQ/SSB

1 Apr 14

1/ 6 ANCOP

aup north east 1 apr 141
AUP NORTH (East) – 1 Apr 14

PHQ Badakhshan

PSP Badakhshan

Complete

1 Jul 11

1 Apr 12

1 Apr 13

1 Apr 14

PHQ Takhar

PSP Takhar

slide31

77 Approved ALP Districts (22,848 spaces)

46 Validated sites (14,198 spaces)

Plus 231 AUP spaces (3 per AUP District with ALP)

Received report that 30K is expected in the FY-12 budget.

Afghan Local Police Sites Status

Tashkils Approval

Site Validation Pending

Sites Validated

MoI In-Processed

77

31

46

33

21

24

23

25

22

11

49

50

64

48

12

46

62

13

39

73

76

63

51

70

72

71

43

10

77

29 35

75

38

36

34

69

37

7

30

56

33

31

9

8

47

32

3

26

1

14

2

16

66

27

53

20

45

18

54

5

44

60

17

59

6

41

65

In-Processed Sites

Sites Validated

Pending Validation

Pending Tashkils

ALP HQ

68

67

61

28

19

55

42

57

74

4

15

52

40

58

7,610 Members/77 MoI Approved Sites Identified by IJC/CFSOCC-A

UNCLASSIFIED

gdpsu capital
GDPSU CAPITAL

National Fire Trng Academy

GPDSU CRU

RLC Kabul

ANP National HQ

1st Bde ANCOP SSB

RCP Kabul

Complete

1 Jul 11

MOI HQ & NPCC

1 Apr 12

AACP Kabul Compound

1 Apr 13

ANCOP HQ

1 Apr 14

ANCOP 1/1

MoI Trans. Brigade

1st BDE HQ

ABP National HQ

RHQ Zn 202

coa comparison
COA Comparison
  • Amount of Transportation required, less is better
  • Number of ANP personnel (police/civ) required to run system, less is better
  • Operational readiness delivered, more is better with 85% as minimum
  • Overall cost, less is better
  • Increases local economic utilization, more is better
  • Time required to implement, less is better
  • Requirement for Coalition Forces personnel support, less is better
  • Share ANA capacity, more is better
decision support matrix
Decision Support Matrix

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decision support matrix1
Decision Support Matrix

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2013

2014

Oct

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Feb

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Jan

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sustainment estimates
Sustainment Estimates

Ammunition*:

  • 9mm Cartridge - 5.4 years
  • 7.62 x 39mm (Ball) - 4.1 years
  • 7.62 x 39mm (Tracer) - 4.0 years
  • 7.62 x 54mm (Ball & match ball) -2.3 & 1.9 years respectively
  • 7.62 x 54mm (Tracer) - 3.9 years
  • 12 Gauge Buckshot - 10.9 years
  • 12 Gauge Slug - 44.9 years
  • Grenade, Smoke (Yellow & Red) - 22.4 & 35.1 years respectively
  • Signal, Illumination, Ground (White & Green Star) -133.9, 10.6 years
  • Mortar 82mm (HE/HE Frag, Smoke & Illumination)- 119.2, 234.1 & 260 years

*Ammunition – years supply based on 3 year average usage, includes stock on hand and on order

sustainment estimates1
Sustainment Estimates
  • Fuel*:
  • ANP Monthly avg Vehicle Fuel demand - 3,560,284 litres
  • Cost for above - $6,107,668
  • ANP Monthly avg Generator Fuel demand- 1,288,061 litres
  • Cost for above - $2,209,668
  • Total fuel cost per month - $8,317,336

* Fuel – Average based on 18 month usage data, cost based on 6 month average cost of $1.7155 a litre

  • Fleet of ~22,000 vehicles
recommended staff actions
Recommended Staff Actions
  • Investigate supplemental funding options for civilian employees (offset from infra savings?) – DCOM - Prog
  • Develop logistic training policy framework – CJ4/CTAG
  • Adjust vehicle fielding – CJ/P7/SAO
    • ID essential requirements per pillar
    • Decrease total number of vehicles to improve sustainability
    • Adjust fielding plan for current regions
  • Cease ammunition procurement – SAO/P7
    • reassess requirements 2013
  • Re-assess NTM-A, ANA/ANP partnering plan for 2012 – CJ4/ACG-PD
  • Unify Medical, Comms, vehicles, equipment, OCIE fielding within NTM-A – CJ6, CJ4, MTAG
  • Transition Uniforms, Food, Water responsibilities to MOI as soon as practical – SAO/CJ4
ntm a c2 summary
NTM-A C2 Summary

Supported

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Infrastructure

Training

Distribution

CJ4

Equipment

Maintenance

Personnel

Last Updated: 23 Sep 11

POC: LCol Erickson, 237-0190

coa analysis
COA Analysis
  • Areas for further development
    • Plan to develop/improve Policy Process Procedures
    • Regional Requirements/Capacity
    • Provincial Requirements/Capability
    • Pillar Police Requirements
    • Training Plan by Zone, Region, Pillar
  • Ultimately…recommendations for the system
    • Assessment of Feasibility
    • Long-term sustainability

Last Updated: 25 Sep 11

POC: LCol Erickson, 237-0190

factors for coa comparison
Factors for COA Comparison
  • Simplicity
  • Long Term Sustainability
  • Flexibility
  • Adaptability
  • Ease of Implementation
  • Timeline (Transition)
  • Training Requirements
  • Cost
  • Enemy
  • Local Engagement/Economic Development
  • Pillar police requirements

Weighting factors under development

Last Updated: 23 Sep 11

POC: LCol Erickson, 237-0190

anp logistics system
ANP Logistics System

Operational Capability

Procurement

Priorities

End Users

People

Transport

National Level Logistics

Accountability

Storage (?)

coa capacity anp personnel
COA Capacity – ANP Personnel

Last Updated: 20 Sep 11

POC: LCol Erickson, 237-0190

coa capacity sites
COA Capacity – Sites

788 Sites

Last Updated: 20 Sep 11

POC: LCol Erickson, 237-0190

coa capacity vehicles
COA Capacity – Vehicles

Last Updated: 20 Sep 11

POC: LCol Erickson, 237-0190

coa capacity weapons
COA Capacity - Weapons

Last Updated: 20 Sep 11

POC: LCol Erickson, 237-0190

coa capacity comms equipment
COA Capacity – Comms Equipment

Last Updated: 20 Sep 11

POC: LCol Erickson, 237-0190

coa capacity eod equipment
COA Capacity – EOD Equipment

Last Updated: 20 Sep 11

POC: LCol Erickson, 237-0190

coa capacity special tools
COA Capacity – Special Tools

Last Updated: 20 Sep 11

POC: LCol Erickson, 237-0190

coa capacity fuel
COA Capacity – Fuel

Last Updated: 20 Sep 11

POC: LCol Erickson, 237-0190

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AFGHAN NATIONAL POLICE

Guidance and Discussion

UNCLASSIFIED

coa 1 medical
COA 1 – Medical
  • Key Activities
  • Positive Control on CL VIII by medical logisticians organic to national distribution system.
  • Move to Wardak.
  • Tashkil adjustment.
  • Concept of Medical
  • Zone Surgeon/Rep is responsible to collect requests from respective regional medical clinics.
  • Zone Rep moves MoI 14* through chain; routed through OTSG.
  • Zone rep travel to Wardak NLC CL VIII whse and deliver original MoI 14.
  • Wardak fills order, issues MoI 9.
  • Zone rep transport small order or coordinate NLC convoy transportation with Trans Bde for large shipment to RLC.
  • Zone Surgeon will oversee regional distribution.
  • *Exploring feasibility of electronic MoI 14 process
  • Risk
  • Availability of funding, supplies, and trained personnel.
  • Afghan Medical Leadership may not buy-in fearing loss of control over medical assets.
  • Request
  • Facilities fill MoI 14 and send to Zone.
  • Rep, who forwards through chain.
  • Zone Rep travel to Wardak and presents MoI 14 to NLC Medical whse.
  • Order filled based on available CL VIII.
  • Receive
  • MoI 9 signed by Zone rep.
  • Zone rep issue to Clinic rep from RLC.
  • Clinic rep signs MoI 9.
  • Reconcile
  • Wardak CL VIII whse to track usage from Zone rep.
  • Zone rep reconcile issue with reach clinic request.
  • Distribute
  • Zone rep transport small orders.
  • Zone rep coord convoys with NLC for large shipment.
  • Clinics recv supplies at RLC.
  • Contract Transition Plan
  • Transfer procurement of medical material to Afghans.
  • Obtain medical equipment that is sustainable* with supporting maintenance contracts if BMET not available.
  • * From SWA, India, Pakistan, FSRs, not U.S. or Europe

Decision Points

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Medical - Procurement

MoI Procured

Dependent on strong mentor oversight

Medical – Support operations

MoI Oversight Provided

Dependent on strong mentor oversight

Medical – Equipment Maintenance Operations

Procured through CSTC-A (SAO)

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Last Updated: 22 Sep 11

POC: Maj Glynn, 237-3107

coa 1
COA 1

COA 1 “Centralized” – NLC, 5+1 RLC, 1 PSP, 1+Trans Bde, RLC Trans Coy+

  • No new builds, develop distribution systems, “everything at the centre”, timed “pushes”, develop RLC Trans BN to sustain districts, focus on growing organic capability for maintenance, use $ saving for RLC trans BN and civilian pay reform
  • Key Takeaways:
    • Allows more flexibility to support maintenance operations (recovery or transfer from provinces)
    • Allows more transportation flexibility to support / push to RC South & West provinces
    • Streamlines / expedites the flow of equipment / supplies to and from Kabul to RC South & West
    • Supports / streamlines potential retrograde operations
    • Shortens drive time for convoys headed to RC West if used at drop / transfer point
    • Doesn’t centralize all transportation assets in one location
    • Reduces maintenance costs on Trans BDE (Kabul) by reducing miles on their assets

Last Updated: 30 Sep 11

POC: MAJ Gonzales, 237-0338

coa 11
COA 1

Last Updated: 30 Sep 11

POC: MAJ Gonzales, 237-0338

coa 2
COA 2

COA 2 “No PSPs” - NLC, 8 x RLC, 0 x PSP, 1+ Trans Bdes

  • Build new RLC’s, no PSP’s, focus on improved distribution system, pillar integration, contracted/organic maintenance, $ savings for increase Trans Bdes and civilian pay reform
  • Key Takeaways:
    • Allows for more equipment being pushed to provinces instead of RLC’s
    • Only 7 types of equipment distributed in this COA vs. 20 types in COA 1
    • Smaller number of vehicle pool due to building of more RLC’s
    • No significant impact / benefit to RC South & West
    • Limits all Trans BDE assets to one location
    • Delivery times to RC West & South negatively impacted

Last Updated: 30 Sep 11

POC: MAJ Gonzales, 237-0338

coa 3
COA 3

COA 3 - “Geographic Ink-Spot” – NLC, 8-12+ RLC, Temp Supply Points, Trans Bde

  • Develop NLC, add 4+ RLC’s based on geography/distance, remove a layer within the system (PSP), develop material transfer point below the region if required, enhance trans where needed
  • Key Takeaways:
    • Increased logistical support for RC South & West & East
    • More $ spent to build RLC’s / Temp Supply Points
    • Smallest pool of equipment left to distribute throughout Afghanistan AO

Last Updated: 30 Sep 11

POC: MAJ Gonzales, 237-0338

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