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TECOM. DC, CD&I. SVG. G3/G5. OAD. CDD. MCWL. CD&I G3/5 Brief “Seabasing Concepts and Plans”. STAFF. Mr Doug King Dpty G3/5 CD&I (MCCDC) [email protected] Agenda Seabasing Concepts NOC & Ops Across ROMO Seabasing Plans Smart Power & Disaggregated MPF(F). Strategic

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Concepts plans operations

TECOM

DC, CD&I

SVG

G3/G5

OAD

CDD

MCWL

CD&I G3/5 Brief

“Seabasing Concepts and Plans”

STAFF

Mr Doug King

Dpty G3/5 CD&I (MCCDC)

[email protected]

Agenda

Seabasing Concepts

NOC & Ops Across ROMO

Seabasing Plans

Smart Power & Disaggregated MPF(F)

Strategic

Vision

Group

Ops

Analysis

Division

  • Concepts

  • Plans

  • Operations

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Overarching concept the sea as maneuver space

Overarching Concept: The Sea As Maneuver Space

“The strategic concept articulated in the Maritime Strategy, using the sea as maneuver space, is the overarching concept of this publication. Naval forces use this conceptual approach—seabasing—to overcome impediments to access.”

  • Provides joint force commanders with the ability to conduct selected functions and tasks at sea with minimal reliance on infrastructure ashore.

    • A concept for employing a variety of platforms, versus a specific type of platform.

    • Navy/Marine Corps/Coast Guard are already a sea-based force.

    • We continuously operate forward conducting both “soft power” and “hard power” missions

  • Need to develop a broader portfolio of capabilities to extend benefits of Seabasing to joint, multinational, and inter-agency partners.

    • At-sea transfer of people and materiel…has emerged as a key enabler for deploying, employing, and sustaining joint forces from the sea.

    • Building upon the foundation provided by amphibious ships, aircraft carriers, and military sealift ships, ongoing initiatives include the development of high-speed inter- and intra-theater connectors, enhanced connectors, maritime prepositioning capabilities that allow for assembly and projection of forces at and from the sea using both vertical and surface means, and integrated naval logistics.

Must increase distributed, persistent forward-presence to fulfill “prevent and prevail” aspects of National Defense Strategy and Maritime Strategy.


Concepts plans operations

Training Team

Training Team

Training Team

Enabling Greater Access

II MEF

I MEF

III MEF

SC MAGTF

MEU

SC MAGTF

MEU

USMC Det on GFS

SC MAGTF

USMC Det on GFS

SC MAGTF

Det

USMC Det on GFS

MEU

Training Team

USMC Det on GFS

USMC Det on GFS

Det

SC MAGTF

Training Team

MEU

MEB

MEF

  • CONUS-based, MEF-sourced

  • Regionally focused

  • Can provide training teams, detachments, and special purpose MAGTFs to meet CCDR engagement needs

  • 10 – 500 Marines & Sailors

  • As required sustainability

  • 0-1 amphib

  • Forward deployed; positioned, poised, ready

  • Task-organized units forward deployed aboard amphibious ships

  • ~ 2,200 Marines and Sailors

  • 15 days sustainability

  • 3-4 amphibs

  • Lead element for MEF

  • MEF deploys to the fight as MEBs

  • Commanded by MajGen / BGen

  • Each MPS squadron carries MEB’sworth of equipment

  • 14,000 - 18,000 Marines and Sailors

  • 30 days sustainability

  • 15-17 amphibs or MPS

  • MEF = reservoir of capability

  • Joint enabler

  • Commanded by LtGen

  • 40,000-90,000 Marines and Sailors

  • 60 days sustainability

  • 34 amphibs plus 1 x MPSRON


Three in one naval force in readiness

Enhancing Response

Enhancing Response

Rapidly Aggregated Capabilities from Deployed, Mutually Supporting Forces

Enabling Engagement

Response

“Three-in-One” Naval Force in Readiness

“Sweet Spot”

Power Projection

Engagement

Major Combat

Operations

Engagement

Response


Concepts plans operations

MPF Increases Capacity

military engagement, crisis response, and power projection

Building

Partner

Capacity

Train /

Advise /

Assist

Relief

Operations

WMD

Response

COIN

Combating

Terrorism

Show of

Force

Disaggregated

Major

Combat

Operations

Aggregated

Disaggregated


Concepts plans operations

Theater Security Cooperation Events

Over 300 Ops and Exercises from 2006-2008

Peacekeeping Operations -- Nicaragua

Humanitarian Assistance – El Salvador/Cambodia/Djibouti

Engineering and Civil support – Trinidad

Air medical Evacuation – Armenia

Mil-to-Mil Exchange – Armenia/Azerbaijan/Sierra Leone

Staff Planning – Montenegro

Military Movement Support – Croatia

Maintenance Management – Ghana

Leadership/Staff Development – Morocco/Cameroon/Mongolia

Small Arms Maintenance – Botswana

Civil Affairs – Liberia/Cambodia

Engineering Civic Action – Bangladesh

Supply Management – Moldova

OEF support training -- Lithuania

Some TSC Examples

+ MEUs/MARSOC

EUCOM

2006 5 Operations 10 TSC Events

2007 1 Operation 23 TSC Events

2008 1 Operation 54 TSC Events

Amphib events / Total Events:

2006 : 18 / 63 ~ 29%

2007 : 23 / 92 ~ 25%

2008 : 28 / 178 ~ 16%

  • CENTCOM

  • 2006 5 Operations 10 TSC Events

  • 13 Operations 5 TSC Events

  • 12 Operations 12 TSC Events

SOUTHCOM

2006 1 Operation 16 TSC Events

2007 1 Operation 24 TSC Events

2008 15 Operations 13 TSC Events

AFRICOM

2008 4 Operations 25 TSC Events

PACOM

2006 5 Operations 11 TSC Events

2007 5 Operations 20 TSC Events

2008 5 Operations 37 TSC Events

# amphib events

28

23

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Give people something positive to hold on to instead of something negative to avoid. Give parents a chance to raise their children to a better standard of living than the one they themselves enjoyed. Do that and we deter not the tactics of terrorists—they will still try to kill—but rather the ends that they seek to achieve. – ADM Mike Mullen Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff

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Concepts plans operations

QUESTIONS

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