Multinational Planning Augmentation Team (MPAT TE-1) Staff Planning Workshop MNF / CTF Humanitarian Assistance and Disaster Relief Operations Overview. What is Multinational Planning Augmentation Team (MPAT) ?.
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Multinational Planning Augmentation Team (MPAT TE-1)Staff Planning WorkshopMNF / CTF Humanitarian Assistance and Disaster Relief Operations Overview
A cadre of military planners from nations in the Asia-Pacific region capable of rapidly augmenting a multinational force (MNF) headquarters established to plan and execute coalition operations in response to small scale contingencies (SSC).
MNF/CTF Operational Headquarters Staff Organization
Improving MNF Staff Planner Effectiveness
Initiation: Warning Order
Measures of Effeciveness
Transition to a Non Military Effort
Broad introduction to the key elements of humanitarian assistance operations
Joint Pub 1-02
Multinational Operations: A collective term to describe military actions conducted by forces of two or more nations, typically organized within the structure of a coalition or alliance.
Combined Operation: An operation conducted by forces of two or more allied nations acting together for the accomplishment of a single mission.
Coalition: an ad hoc arrangement between two or more nations for common action... usually for a single action or longer cooperation in a narrow sector of common interest. Examples: Desert Storm, Somalia
Joint Pub 1-02
“Allies are the most aggravating of people. They are so difficult to understand, so unreasonable; they approach quite straightforward problems from such extraordinary angles. Even when one agrees with them on common objectives their methods towards obtaining them are so queer, so very queer. They even introduce consideration of their own national politics and hangovers from their past history, none of which have the faintest bearing on the matter of immediate issue. Their most annoying characteristic, however, is that among all the arguing and haggling is the astonishing way they seem quite incapable of recognizing how sound, how wise, how experienced are our views; how fair, indeed how generous, how big hearted we are..”
Field Marshall William Slim
TYPES OF OPERATIONS
Private Volunteer Orgs
(INT’L RED CROSS)
OFFICE OF FOREIGN DISASTER
Responsible for Overall Direction, Coordination, and Supervision of Supporting Government Activities in the Host Country
Responsible for Successful Completion of the HA/DR and Safety of their Government’s Citizens and DFNs
For the US: State Department = Lead Federal Agency
The Ambassador Is Not in the Military Chain of Command but a US JTF/CTF Commander Will Fully Support the Ambassador’s Plans and Cooperate With Lead Federal Agency / DOS and Embassy Personnel, Without Compromising Mission Requirements
Pg I-6 and II-3, JP 3-07.5
USLO Mogadishu, Somalia
& Ref. Affairs
OFDA / DART
UNITY OF EFFORT
1. Coordinate with Host Nation, UN, IO
NGO/PVOs, Lead Government
2. Determine threat / operational
3. Analyze force capabilities
4. Array force capabilities (HA, security,
medical, transportation, etc.)
5. Develop scheme of maneuver
6. Determine C2 means and maneuver control measures
7. Prepare COA statement and sketch
8. Prepare staff estimates