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Plan BEERSHEBA. Brief to DRA 20 August 2011 MAJGEN John Caligari. Scope. Total Force Concept origins Context BEERSHEBA: Total Force implications Reserve implications Key outcomes Way ahead. Total Force Concept. Regular (conventional). Reserves.
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Slide 1

Plan BEERSHEBA

Brief to DRA

20 August 2011

MAJGEN John Caligari

Slide 2

Scope

Total Force Concept origins

Context

BEERSHEBA:

Total Force implications

Reserve implications

Key outcomes

Way ahead

Slide 3

Total Force Concept

Regular (conventional)

Reserves

APS/contractors/other Government Agencies

Slide 4

Context

  • ‘Replaces RBA’

  • Army Objective Force (AOF) Handbook

    • Force Generation Cycle (FGC)

    • Army of 4s

    • CLIPS

  • amphibious capability

  • major equipment changes - M777, Land 400, L121, JP2072/L200

  • Pressures - SRP and efficiency dividend

  • Over establishment (APEP) & over manning (AFS)

  • P3L

Slide 5

Pressures / Changes

Reduced standing capability

Catering

Water Transport

Centralisation

Bulk Supplies (Operational Brigade level CSS capability in in-barracks ‘Force’ level units)

Combat Support capacity

CS (esp. Cbt Eng)

Wide Span of Command

Signals (force level)

Intelligence

Protected Mobility

B Sqn protected mobility changes to Cav unit

Slide 6

Pers Pressures Pri List (P3L)

Increasing Intelligence capability sustainability

Combat Engineer sustainability (additional CE Sqn per CER)

Special Forces C2

Battlegroup HQ expansion

Artillery gun line expansion to 10 pers (international practise)

Special Forces capability for responsive posture

Additional CH47F

Additional (third) RQ7B Shadow 200 system

Additional (3rd) dedicated Army EOD Tp

2nd Intelligence Battalion life support for Int Bn to ease span of command

Water Transport capability DCP replacement and LOT extension

SOCOMD further combat expansion

LUH Sqn to relieve pressure of Domestic Response tasks

Relieving pressure on Signals span of command

Reviving Air Defence capability (additional AD Bty)

Expanding capacity of catering capability

Slide 7

Plan Beersheba

  • 3 ‘Like Bdes’ = Multi-role Manoeuvre Brigades (MMB)

  • 6 ARes Bdes – linked 2 per MMB (BG output) on same FGC

  • 3 ‘Enabling (specialist) Bdes’ (4s)

Slide 8

RMW (briefed by DGRES-A)

RMW

  • Purpose: Optimise Reserve contribution to Army's capability as part of Total Force

  • Method: Three stage plan (stages overlap)

    • Stage 1. Workshops (ARes/ARA 1*) x 2

    • Stage 2. Consultation (esp. after RMW01)

    • Stage 3. Development via FMR for inclusion in Plan BEERSHEBA

  • Supported by complementary + synchronised CRESD analysis - Conditions of Service (SUAKIN)

Slide 9

June CASAC – Endorsed

Role & Tasks

Habitual relationships with MMB on the same 36 month FORGEN cycle – Readying, Ready, Reset

Enduring capability outputs to MMB

Broad structure (6 x Bdes)

2 DIV FT manning cap 907!

Slide 10

Role

The Army Reserve is to deliver specified capability to support and sustain ADF preparedness and operations

Slide 11

Tasks

Core Tasks

Deliver specified warfighting capabilities (main effort) – STABOPS emphasis

Provide domestic HADR & DOMSEC as part of WOG approach

Maintain and provide specialist individual capabilities

Contribute to Army surge capabilities

Supporting tasks

Slide 12

Focused contributions to ops (esp regional stabops) and FE in specified specialist capabilities

Provide individuals and force elements for regional and national DOMSEC, including DFACA within Australia

Provide round out, reinforcement & rotation to support Army’s overall ability to sustain prolonged operational deployments

Provide individuals and force elements for short notice regional and national DACC within Australia

Deliver specified warfighting capabilities (Main Effort)

HADR and DOMSEC as part of WOG approach

Raise, train and sustain units and individuals within the Army force structure of the future

Provision of regional DOMSEC, DFACA and DACC C2 nodes within Australia

Contribute to rounding out Joint capability as required

Provide individuals and force elements for off-shore HADR

Army Reserve Tasks

Provision of specified individual round out, reinforcement & rotation capabilities

Maintain and provide specialist individual capabilities

Contribute to Army surge capabilities

Provision of force elements and individuals for operational use

Provision of specified niche (unique) capabilities

  • Non-Aligned Supporting Task:

  • Promote Army/ADF in the Community

  • Maintain effective community engagement

  • Effectively use links with regions and local communities

Optimising the use of available civilian skills

Provision of force elements and individuals for Army RTS functions

Managing niche skills from ex-ARA, ex-Active Reserve, and Standby Reserve personnel

Slide 13

2 DIV MMB

CSS

Unit Node

CATR

CONST

  • +

  • HADR Coord

  • RRF

  • Individual & Small Team Reinforcement

  • Fmn Signals Nodes

more

analysis

Slide 14

BDE - Generic

Slide 15

CSS

WAUR

CSS

QUR

MURs

HA/DR

HA/DR

CSS

CSS

CSS

SUR

CSS

UNSWR

AUR

HA/DR

HA/DR

HA/DR

HA/DR

HA/DR

HA/DR

1/19

4/

3

7

48

2/10

7

(-)

23

11

CATR

ADMIN

RAA

2/17

LEADERSHIP

RAA

2

REGIONAL

REGIONAL

REGIONAL

REGIONAL

REGIONAL

3/ 9

RAA

A

10

11

5

4

5/6

8/7

13

11

4

9

8

5

13

3

RAA

8

11

13

4

8

5

9

16

u/c 10/27RSAR (?)

RAA

BOSC

8

9

155

142

144

108

141

109

(-)

(-)

RAA

u/c 16 RWAR (?)

11/28

12/

40

10/

27

41

16

25/

49

CIMICHA/DR

5 & 8 Bdes

11 & 13 Bdes

31/42

RAA

4 & 9 Bdes

1/15

12/16

4/19

1/15

Slide 16

Key Outcomes

  • Total Force Concept supported by action

  • Clear role and tasks

  • Specified capability outputs

  • Reserve better structured to deliver specified capability outputs

  • Continued Reserve focus post current ops

Slide 17

Issues

  • Reduced ARA numbers

  • Downsizing of some units (RAA/RAE/MONUR)

  • Some mix of types in units (RAA under RAINF; Constr Sqn under CER)

  • new CER + PMV Sqn + RAA Bty – 11 BDE

  • reduced span of command/governance

  • reduced hollowness (so better use of ARA)

  • mitigation measures (e.g. sub-units retain Regt traditions; staff at Bde/DIV)

Slide 18

Way ahead

  • SRP-HRR (link to FGC Battle group need)

  • Plan SUAKIN

    • Personnel Cost Model (PCM)

    • Predictive Behaviour Model (PBM)

  • Transition Plan & implementation

  • Ongoing analysis of adjustment – trades, staff, careers, pay, resources

Slide 19

Questions

Slide 20

ARA  ARes?

  • INT (esp PSYOPS + HUMINT)

  • Cyber warfare

  • Security

  • Surveillance (persistent + ground)

  • Water Transport

  • Transport

Slide 21

FORGEN Cycle

X

X

X

X

ARes

ARes

ARes

ARes

ARA

ARA

XX

ARA

X

X

ARes

ARes

Slide 22

Army

Slide 23

6TH BDE (CSISTAREW)

1 DIV

2 DIV

WORKS

MP

51

FORCOMD

HQ 1 DIV

1ST, 3RD & 7TH BDES (MMB)

SO

RFSU

EW

ESR

RFSU

CS &

ISTAR

1

39

1

FOR

COMD

MI

PSB

TRG

CHB

2/30

CTC

CSS

RMC

-A

6

16TH BDE (AVN)

NORFORCE

SPECIAL OPERATIONS COMMAND

19

SOHQ

17TH CSS BDE

FNQR

SAS

SO

TEC

1

2

17

A

U

U

CDO

2

2

PTS

FSB

FSB

CDO

7

1

+ ARes elements

HSB

3

2

1

ADF

HS

RAMS

So

S/R

ARTC

RMC

-D

ASO

DFSM

DFSS

DINT

TC

SAA

DPTC

ASH

AS

EME

ASLO

So

Inf

So

Arty

So

Armd

SME

AST

LWC

DCS

TC

ALTC

AAVN

TC

CATC

SECOND DIVISION

TRG ESTABS

2

6

* Fd Arty, GBAD

* Incl. MCW from SOArty

6

CSS

* UAV, Radar / C-RAM

20

ALR

16

4

5

8

9

13

11

PLAN BEERSHEBA ORGANISATIONAL CAPABILITY AT 2020 (FY19/20)

16

Slide 24

2nd Division


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