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Cpx 2003

SHIRBRIG

CPX 2003

Lead in briefing


Cpx 2003

Briefing Layout

Aim

Objectives

Scenario

Planning Process

Timeline

Exercise Informations


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Aim

To train HQ staff, key personnel from units, HQ-company and Lifeguard Support together in operational procedures during rapid deployment peace support activities.


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Overall objectives

To use the staff training and the CPX as a combined tool to train SHIRBRIG planning procedures.

To build a cohesive, functional, rapid deployable HQ for UN peace support operations.

To train SHIRBRIG procedures and formats.

To enhance the interaction between SHIRBRIG staff and unit commanders

To improve the concept for rapid deployment as the nucleus of a Force HQ.


Scenario

To combine staff training and CPX

Use the staff trg for deployment phase and the CPX for employment phase as ”in-theatre” operations.

Use the staff training for conducting the planning activities from mission analysis to Draft OP-Plan

Use the CPX for conducting for contingency planning and battlefield management.

To use the excisting scenario BOGALAND from SWEDINT.

For the CPX, SHIRBRIG is deployed for a traditional PKO (about 5.000 troops)

SHIRBRIG procedures and formats will be used.

Scenario


Scenario1

Scenario

Staff trg

Exercise

HQ deployment phase

HQ employment phase

Staff:

HQ coy:

Unit 1:

Unit 2:

Unit 3:

SHIRBRIG deployment phase

SHIRBRIG employment phase

Deployment phase

Employment phase


Shirbrig planning procedures

STAGE I

Operation

Initiation

STAGE II

Operation

Orientation

STAGE III

Concept

Development

STAGE IV

Plan

Development

STAGE V

Plan

Review

Plan

Development

Concept

Of Operation

Plan

Evaluation

Planning

Guidance

Plan

Approval

Initiating

Directive

Decision

Brief

Mission

Analysis

Plan

Review

Issue

Plan

SHIRBRIG Planning procedures

Staff Analysis

-Assess factors

-Develop COA

-Compare COA

-Validation

Mission

Analysis

Briefing

Revised

Decision

Brief

Preparation phase

Document working

group

2 meetings


Shirbrig planning procedures1

STAGE I

Operation

Initiation

STAGE II

Operation

Orientation

STAGE III

Concept

Development

STAGE IV

Plan

Development

STAGE V

Plan

Review

Draft OPPLAN

Plan

Development

Concept

Of Operation

Plan

Evaluation

Planning

Guidance

Plan

Approval

Initiating

Directive

Decision

Brief

Mission

Analysis

Plan

Review

Issue

Plan

SHIRBRIG Planning procedures

Staff Analysis

-Assess factors

-Develop COA

-Compare COA

-Validation

Mission

Analysis

Briefing

Revised

Decision

Brief

Staff training


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SHIRBRIG Planning procedures

STAGE I

Operation

Initiation

STAGE II

Operation

Orientation

STAGE III

Concept

Development

STAGE IV

Plan

Development

STAGE V

Plan

Review

Plan

Development

Concept

Of Operation

Plan

Evaluation

Planning

Guidance

Plan

Approval

Initiating

Directive

Decision

Brief

Mission

Analysis

Plan

Review

Issue

Plan

OPPLAN 1

Staff Analysis

-Assess factors

-Develop COA

-Compare COA

-Validation

Mission

Analysis

Briefing

Revised

Decision

Brief

Preparation phase

PLANELM only


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SHIRBRIG Planning procedures

STAGE I

Operation

Initiation

STAGE II

Operation

Orientation

STAGE III

Concept

Development

STAGE IV

Plan

Development

STAGE V

Plan

Review

Plan

Development

Concept

Of Operation

Plan

Evaluation

Planning

Guidance

Initiating

Directive

Plan

Approval

Decision

Brief

Mission

Analysis

Plan

Review

Issue

Plan

OPPLAN 1

STARTEX

Staff Analysis

-Assess factors

-Develop COA

-Compare COA

-Validation

Mission

Analysis

Briefing

Revised

Decision

Brief

CPX 2003


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Timeline

Preperation week

Starting 22nd September

Monday

22 Sep 03

Tuesday

23 Sep 03

Wednesday

24 Sep 03

Thursday

25 Sep 03

Friday

26 Sep 03

Saturday

27 Sep 03

Sunday

28 Sep 03

SWEDINT

RECEPTION

SWEDINT preperation

SWEDINT preperation

SWEDINT preperation

ARRIVAL OF DISTAFF

PREP

WITH DISTAFF

PREP

WITH DISTAFF

PLANELM

HQ COY

LIFEGUARD

G3 and G6 to be available

5 staff helper from the 23 sept add 5 on the 26th

Host Nation Support


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Timeline for the Exercise week

Saturday

27 Sep 03

Sunday

28 Sep 03

Monday

29 Sep 03

Tuesday

30 Sep 03

Wedesday

01 Oct 03

Thursday

02 Oct 03

Friday

03 Oct 03

ARRIVAL

OF

NON-PERM

STAFF

STARTEX 0800

DAY 1

DAY 2

VISITORSDAY

DAY 3

ENDEX

1600

SOCIAL EVENT

AAR

EVALUATION

CLOSING

REMARKS

1200END OF ACTIVITIES

LEAD IN BRIEFING

OPPLAN 01

INTERNAL

STAFF

PREPERATION

OTHERACTIVITIES

RETURN

TO

HOME

COUNTRIES

Setup of HQ

completed

SHIRBRIG EMPLOYMENT.

PHASE


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Exercise structure

HQ Coy

Lifeguard

Exercise Director

Gen ROMSES

Evaluation

Team

Military ForceFC

DISTAFF

Force Troops

UNMO

4500

Low control

Higher Control

SHIRBRIG

STAFF *)

UN?

UNITS

HQ

*)

Planelm

Non-permanent staff

Staff platoon


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Bogaland Scenario

  • It will be a peacekeeping missionin Bogaland with a Bde unit force size up to 5000and about 500 Military Observers

  • The Area of Operation (AO) will extend over the whole country and will include an Area of Responsibility (AOR), where peacekeeping operation will be performed under Chapter VI of the UN Charter within 3 Sectors.

  • Each Sector will be manned by a Bn Force Size, operating by establishing a Zone of Seperation and monitoring the withdrawal of the opposed Forces.

  • Within the Force structure the already existing UNMO structure has to integrated and to be used for liaison.


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UNMIB Mission Structure

UN HQNEW YORK

SRSGDr. Wong Fong Sing

Military Force

CAO

CIVPOL

CIVIL AFFAIRS

240

1500

140

Force Troops

UNMO

175

4500

Total: 6555


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UNMIB MILITARY UNITS

Water

Transport

Coy

X

UNMO

STAFF

MP

HQ

Log

A

Reserve

B(-)

C

D (stand-by)


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