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Marine Corps Mountain Warfare Training Center Bridgeport. Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center 29 Palms. Marine Corps Logistics Base Barstow. Command Brief. “Plans, Programming, Policies, Prioritization and Resources”. Marine Corps Air Station Miramar. Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton.

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Command brief

Marine Corps Mountain Warfare Training Center

Bridgeport

Marine Corps Air Ground

Combat Center 29 Palms

Marine Corps Logistics Base

Barstow

Command Brief

“Plans, Programming, Policies, Prioritization and Resources”

Marine Corps Air Station

Miramar

Marine Corps Base

Camp Pendleton

Marine Corps Air Station

Yuma


Command brief

Historical

  • The Department of the Pacific (DoP) 1920 to 1960:

    • Regional jurisdiction over west coast Marine Corps bases, posts, depots, offices and other organizations.

    • Major functions : Administration and Services.

    • Jurisdiction did not include Training Command or FMF.

  • Lineage and Awards transferred to Marine Corps Installations West (MCIWEST)

    • 21 October 2005 Activation Ceremony

    • American Defense Service Streamer; American Campaign Streamer; WWII Victory Streamer; National Defense Service Streamer.


Command brief

Command Guidance

34th CMC Guidance: Our Marines and Sailors in combat are our number one priority. With this priority in mind, we will focus on the following over the next few years:

  • Achieve victory in the Long War.

  • Right-size our Corps to achieve a 1:2 deployment-to-dwell ratio.

  • Provide our Nation a naval force that is fully prepared for employment as a MAGTF across the spectrum of conflict.

  • Reset and modernize to "be most ready when the Nation is least ready.“

  • Improve the quality of life for our Marines and our families.

  • Rededicate ourselves to our Core Values and warrior ethos.

  • Posture the Marine Corps for the future.

    COMMARCORBASESPAC Goals: when attained, represent a condition that supports the attainment of the vision:

  • Provide for unencumbered training, living, and support area requirements.

  • Provide the facilities and services of choice.

  • Provide for intermodal transportation requirements.

  • Be the employer of choice.

  • Provide for surge capacity requirements.

  • Sustain and restore the environment.

  • Provide capacity for current and future training requirements.

  • Provide all hazards protection for the force and families.


Command brief

MCI WESTPAC

MCB Butler

MCIEAST

Camp Lejeune

MCIWEST

MCB Pendleton

MCI MID PAC

MCB Hawaii

MCI NCR

MCB Quantico

MARFORES

Reserve Centers

Marine Corps Installations Headquarters


Command brief

CG, CAMP BUTLER

--- CAMP SCHWAB

--- CAMP COURTNEY

(CAMP MCTUREOUS)

--- CAMP KINSER

--- CAMP FOSTER/LESTER

--- CAMP HANSEN

--- MCCATC CAMP FUJI CO, CO, MCAS FUTENMA

CO, MCAS IWAKUNI

MARFORPAC/MARCORBASESPAC

Command Relationships

CMC

CDRUSPACOM

COMMARCORBASESPAC

COMMARFORPAC

CG MCB HAWAII

CG MCB JAPAN

Okinawa

CG MCIWEST

Camp Pendleton

CG, III MEF

CG, I MEF

CO, MCAS MIRAMAR

CO, MCAS YUMA

CO, MCAS PENDLETON

CO, MCB PENDLETON

CG, MCAGCC 29 PALMS

CO, MCLB BARSTOW

CO, MCMWTC BRIDGEPORT

MSC (S)

MSC (S)

COCOM:

OPCON:

COMMAND:

COMMAND

LESS OPCON:

SUPPORT

CMFP/CMCBP 020042Z SEP 06 &

CG MCIWEST 142146Z SEP 06

ESTABLISHED A SUPPORTED-

SUPPORTING RELATIONSHIP BTWN

CG MCIWEST AND COMUSMARCENT


Command brief

Vision

Marine Corps Installations West will provide the Operating Forces and tenant commands with the highest quality of continuous, effective service and support to meet present and anticipate future joint and expeditionary warfare requirements.


Command brief

Mission

Marine Corps Installations West implements policies, develops regional strategies and plans, prioritizes resources and provides services, direction and oversight through command of assigned U. S. Marine Corps Installations in order to support the Operating Forces, tenant commands and activities.


Command brief

Core Competencies

  • Operations and Training Support

    • Command and Control

    • Force Deployment Support

    • Force Protection

  • Sustainment and Maintenance

    • Infrastructure

    • Services

  • Workforce Management

    • Civilian

    • Military


Command brief

Roles and Responsibilities

MARCORBASESPAC

  • Commands and oversees the region

  • Policy/Title 10 Responsibilities

  • Operating Forces/ 5th Element link

  • Allocates Resources

  • Coordinates support of mobilization of reserves

  • Coordinates Region installation management initiatives

  • Coordinates and consolidates requirements for inclusion in JFCOM Integrated Priorities List (IPL)

  • MCIWEST

  • Commands Sub-Region

  • Implements Policies

  • Resource allocation to installations.

  • Sets Priorities

  • Interface with other services, Federal Agencies, and local governments in the sub- region

  • Seek efficiencies and effectiveness of functions, common in the sub-region

  • Coordinates Sub-Region installation management initiatives.

  • Develops future plans for supporting resource requirements

  • Provides sub-regional services, where appropriate

  • INSTALLATIONS

  • Commands installation

  • Provides/coordinates

  • the support of 38

  • functional areas to

  • operating forces and

  • tenant commands

  • Interface with other

  • services, federal and

  • civilian agencies, and local governments as required

  • Identifies program and

  • funding requirements for the installation

  • Executes Installation

  • management initiatives


Command brief

MCIWEST Headquarters

= Dual Hat to MCB CPEN

Total = 24 Off, 18 Enl, 100 Civ = 142

As of 20 May 2008


Command brief

MCIWEST Installations

MCMWTC BRIGEPORT

40 Facilities, 72 Sq Miles

60 Miles of Roads, 111 Houses

95 BQ (190)Spaces

MCLB BARSTOW

242 Facilities, 8.63 Sq Miles,

35 Miles of Roads, 179 Houses

57 BQ (114)Spaces

MCB CAMP PENDLETON

2,577 Facilities, 200 Sq Miles,

530 Miles of Roads, 6,478 Houses,

19,300 BQ Spaces

MCAGCC 29 PALMS

1,062 Facilities, 935 sq Miles,

695 Miles of Roads, 2,167 Houses

8,268 BQ Spaces

MCAGCC

MCAS CAMP PENDLETON

89 Facilities, .64 Sq Miles,

8 Miles of Roads, No Housing,

No BQ Spaces

MCAS YUMA

1,002 Facilities, 1,806.8 Sq Miles,

1,565.7 Miles of Roads,

821 Houses, 2,086 BQ Spaces

MCAS MIRAMAR

531 Facilities, 36 SQ Miles,

51 Miles of Roads, 527 Houses

3,664 BQ Spaces


Command brief

Mission Essential Task List

MCT 1.7 Support Maneuver through the provisions of Training Areas (TA)

MCT 3.3 Support Fires through the provisions of Ranges and Training

MCT 4.1 Conduct Supply Operations

MCT 4.3 Conduct Transportation Operations

  • MCT 4.6 Provide Services

  • MCT 4.6.2.10 Support Safety Programs

  • MCT 4.6.3 Provide Airfield

  • Operations Services

  • MCT 4.8 Man the Force

  • MCT 4.9 Provide Base and Station Facilities and Related Infrastructure

  • MCT 5 Exercise Command and Control

  • MCT 5.1 Acquire, Process, Communicate Information and Maintain Status

MCT 5.2 Prepare Plans and Orders

MCT 5.3 Direct, Lead,

Coordinate Forces

/Operations

MCT 5.4.2.1 Conduct Operations Security

MCT 6.1 Provide Security

MCT 6.5 Mission Assurance


Command brief

Lines of Operation

Lines of Operation (LOOs) are logically or functionally grouped installation processes or tasks that create functionality and assist the commander in forming a mental picture of the environment. LOOs do not imply a change in organizational structure or reporting chains.

(MARFORPACO P3090.1)


Command brief

Training &

Deployment

Support for

the Force

Protecting the

Force

Sustaining and

Maintaining the

Force

Providing for

Marines and Marine

Families, and

Supporting the Workforce

Providing

Command Information

Retail /

Resale Goods

and Services

690802

Legal

Support

630204

Security

630604

OPR: OPS

OPR: OPS

OPR: CIS

OPR: I&L

OPR: MCCS/BMO

SJA

OPS

MCCS

Aviation Operation

Support

631498

Recreational Opportunities

690202 / 802

Voice

630404

Military Training

630504

Real Property

and Land Mgmt

630004

Family Readiness

690102 / 502 / 702

CIS

OPS

MCCS

OPS

Supply Services

631198

INF

MCCS

Safety Programs

630604

Data Services

630404

Physical

Wellness

690202

LOG

Command Support

630204

Facilities Svcs

630004

SAFETY

Public Affairs

630204

CIS

Personal and Professional Development

690302 / 502

Range Management

630504

Procurement

Services

631198

INF

Lodging

Services

690802

PAO

MCCS

Ground Electronic Maintenance

630404

MPR

Fire Prot & Emergency Svcs

630998

Simulation Support

630504

Sustain, Restore, and Modernize Facilities

640104 / 204

RCO

OPS

MCCS

MCCS

MCB EA

OPS

CIS

Family Housing

630304

INF

INF

Visual

Information

630404

Personal Support Services

690502

Bachelor Housing

630304

CIS

Utilities

630798

Information and Referral Services

690802

INF

INF

MCCS

Business Practices

630304

Environmental Services

630298

Civilian Training

630504

MCCS

Transportation

631398

BPO

ENV

CHRO

LOG

Personnel Support

630304

MPR/

CHRO

Financial Resources

630304

Food Services

MCPC

COMPT

LOG

Religious Support

630204

MCB EA

MCIWEST Lines of Operation

as of 10 Mar 08


Command brief

Southwestern Regional Range System

MCLB Barstow

MCAS/

MCAS Miramar


Command brief

MCIWEST Supports the

I Marine Expeditionary Force

  • Ready Forces are the foundation of I MEF’s mission

  • People, training, equipment

  • Provides the security required for peaceful regional development


Command brief

I MEF EMW and Distributed Ops

Training Requirements

Afghanistan 2001 - 2002

“Expeditionary Maneuver

Warfare (EMW) is the capstone

Concept that guides how the

Marine Corps will organize,

deploy, employ, and sustain its

forces today and in the future.

Capitalizing on the Marine

Corps’ philosophy of maneuver

warfare and its expeditionary

heritage, EMW emphasizes

strategically agile and tactically

flexible Marine Air-Ground Task

Forces (MAGTF) with the

operational reach to project

power directly against critical

points in the littorals and

beyond...”

“Distributed Operationsconstitutes a form of maneuver warfare. Small, highly capable units spread across a large area of operations to disrupt the enemy’s access to key terrain and avenues of approach.


Command brief

600 MILES

Nevada

California

Utah

Colorado

400 MILES

New Mexico

I MEF EMW and Distributed Ops

Training Area Requirements


Command brief

MCIWEST Supports I MEF/ MSCs/1st MEB Training

MARINE EXPEDITIONARY BRIGADE: The cumulative requirement for large scale MEB operations is a 7 to 10 day period (both day and night time periods), that includes ACE/AIRSPACE: 50,000 AGL & 50X80 (60x90) NM;

GCE & LCE/ LAND AREA: 892 Mi; SEASPACE: 10,000 NM littoral sea space, including an area at least 15 nm wide, and contiguous to the beachfront capable of supporting amphibious vehicle and landing craft training, and extending seaward to the simulated ARG/ESG element location.

Marine Corps Training RangesRequired Capabilities Document , Jun 2006


Command brief

MCIWEST supports I MEF ACE Training

  • Radar Regionalization is an aviation initiative that consolidates the command and control of DON/USMC managed and controlled airspace in and around Yuma, 29 Palms, and El Centro.

  • Intent: To provide a safe transition between National Airspace System and military Special Use Airspace (SUA).

Airspace under USMC control upon successful

completion of Radar Regionalization


Command brief

MCIWEST provides QofL

for I MEF Forces and Families

MCAGCC 29 Palms

7th MAR

CLG-1

Aviation support

San

Francisco

CALIFORNIA

&

ARIZONA

MCB/MCAS

Camp Pendleton

I MEF

1st MARDIV

1st MLG

1st MHG

11th MEU

13th MEU

15th MEU

3d MAW Element

Los

Angeles

29

Palms

MCAS Yuma, Az

MAG-13

(AV-8Bs)

MCAS Miramar

3d MAW HQ

Camp Pendleton

Miramar

Yuma

San Diego


Command brief

MCIWEST Defense Support of Civil Authorities

(DSCA) Command Relationships DSCA

/Base Support Installations

  • DoD 3025.1-M

  • Base Support Installations (BSI).

  • The Combatant Commander may designate an installation of any Service or Defense Agency to provide the JFC/JTF/DCO specified, integrated resource support to the DoD MSCA response effort. This installation is normally located outside of, but within a relative proximity to the disaster area.

  • Support Provided - Resources provided by BSIs may include, but are not limited to: technically qualified personnel to assist in disaster response, minimal essential equipment, and procurement support. A BSI may also serve for marshalling and staging, or mobilization area for MSCA support.

CDR,USNORTHCOM

CMC

COMMARFORNORTH

DCO/JTF/JFC

COMMARCORBASESPAC

COMMARCORBASESPAC

NRSW

MCIWEST

CO, MCAS MIRAMAR

CO, MCAS YUMA

CO, MCAS PENDLETON

CO, MCB PENDLETON

CG, MCAGCC 29 PALMS

CO, MCLB BARSTOW

CO, MCMWTC BRIDGEPORT

COCOM

OPCON

COMMAND

COOORDINATION

SUPPORT

USNORTHCOM CONPLAN 2501-05 (DSCA)

When directed by the SecDef, CDRUSPACOM is a supporting

Combatant Commander to CDRUSNORTHCOM for DSCA

operations in the USNORTHCOM AO.


Command brief

Regional Near Term 2008-2009 and

Mid-Term 2010-2012 Actions

  • 202k Infrastructure Support

  • Land Exchange, Access and Acquisition

  • Western Regional Partnership

  • White Space Identification and Action

  • Coordinate the West Coast introduction of MV-22 Osprey

  • Coordinate the West Coast introduction of Joint Strike Fighter


Command brief

Regional Issues and

Continuing Actions

  • Retention and Readiness

  • Funding and Facilities

  • Quality of Life

  • Congressional Interest

  • Environmental Compliance

  • Encroachment of MAGTF Land, Sea, Airspace, Ranges and Training Areas


Command brief

Sustain the Foundation

of Combat Readiness

Support the Operating

Forces First and Always

Guiding

Principals

Instill and Reflect the

Marine Corps Ethos

Focus on Effectiveness,

Innovation and the Future


Command brief

MCIWEST Website:https://intranet.mciwest.usmc.mil


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