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Marine Corps System Command. Marine Corps System Command OIF Support Urgent UNS Process & Equipment Support 8-9 Sept 2004. Armor - HMMVW. LAV – MTVR . Combat Operations Center. Unit Operation Center. Col Paul Ortiz Program Manager, Operations Center; Marine Corps System Command

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Marine Corps System Command

Marine Corps System Command

OIF Support

Urgent UNS Process & Equipment Support

8-9 Sept 2004

Armor - HMMVW

LAV – MTVR

Combat Operations Center

Unit Operation Center

Col Paul Ortiz

Program Manager, Operations Center; Marine Corps System Command

703 432-4237, 571 436-8484 cell

[email protected]


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OVERVIEW

  • Marine Corps Advocacy Perspective….

  • Marine Corps Combat Development Command, (MCCDC) Expeditionary Force Development System Process – Past and Present.

  • Urgent Universal Need Statement (UUNS)

  • Marine Corps System Command OIF Support

  • Marine Corps System Command Forging Forward

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Marine Corps System Command Supporting Marines in OIF

Marine Corps Working to Equip Warfighters, Remove

Roadblocks: Ensuring Simple, Rapid Response to

USMC Warfighter Acquisition Requirements

It means two things:

1. In peace time clarifying requirements

through faster consensus.

2. In war time rapidly refocusing resources

on emergent campaign needs.

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Expeditionary Force Development (EFDS) System Historical Perspective

  • Rapid Warfighter Consensus Building = Advocacy

    • Established in 1999 by CMC Policy Memo

    • Consists of 0-8/0-9 boards

      • Ground Combat Element (GCE)

      • Aviation Combat Element (ACE)

      • Combat Service Support Element (CSSE)

      • Command Element (CE)

  • Marine Requirements Oversight Council (MROC) Established 2000

  • Streamlined Requirements Generation = EFDS

    • Established Nov 2002 by MCO 3900.15A

    • Simplifies Requirements Generation through UNS process

    • Capitalizes on Advocacy Consensus Building

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GCE Advocate – LtGen Huly – HQMC (PP&O) Perspective

GCE Board – All 4 Division Commanders

Advocacy

Built after Marine Corps Aviation Model

  • Builds Consensus in Multiple Areas

    • Not just for Material Requirements

    • Harnesses expert input down to Regt/MAG Commanders

      • Operational Advisory Groups (OAGs) provide expert advise

  • GCE Example:

Multiple Operational Advisory Groups (OAG)– Infantry, Artillery,…

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C Perspective

D O T M L P F

O

Materiel Solutions

Advocates

N

Expeditionary Force

Development Center

C

Fielded

Capability

Training and Education

Command

Experimentation

MROC

Marine Corps

Warfighting

Laboratory

E

Marine Corps University

P

DOTMLPF Working Group

T

JROC

S

Marine Corps Expeditionary Force Development System

Operating Forces

Doctrine

Organization

MCB

Quantico

Training

Materiel

Leadership

&

Education

Personnel

Facilities

Supporting Establishment


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UNCLASSIFIED Perspective


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FIELDED Perspective

CAPABILITY

RESOURCING

REQUIREMENTS

PPBS

ACQUISITION

FIELDED

EQUIPMENT

REQUIREMENTS

GENERATION

PROCUREMENT

Roadblock 2 – No Streamlined Requirements Initiation

Roadblock 1 – Lack of Rapid Warfighter Consensus

A Path to ID Roadblocks

Marine Expeditionary Force (MEF)

Marine Corps System Command

P&R

MFP

MCCDC

Lengthy Process

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REQUIREMENTS Perspective

Fielded capabilities across FYDP

$$$ Allocated Across FYDP

ACQUISITION

PPBS

Consensus & UNS

Promote Strategic

Partnership

Strategic Partnership

Uncertain World

Imminent War

Warfighters

Utilize Campaign

Planning Tool

Feature

Normal (peacetime) view of

The Process

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REQUIREMENTS Perspective

ACQUISITION

PPBS

Broad Strategic Vision Retained

Short-term tailoring prioritized to support campaign-specific needs

Urgent UNS

Process

Recoup some portion through supplemental

Campaign Planning Tool(Urgent UNS Process)

Fielded capabilities across FYDP

$$$ Allocated Across FYDP

Strategic Partnership

All Stakeholders

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Program Example: PerspectiveUnit Operation Center

In-theater Training, Unit set-up & Implementation

MARFOR Approval

MROC Approval

Acquisition & Training in CONUS

OCONUS Shipping

2nd Marine Aircraft Wing Initiation of Urgent UNS

Systems in Iraq

Dec 03

Dec 03

Jan 03

Mid-Jan 04

Early Mar 04

Nov 03

OIF II

Urgent UNS Timeline

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Urgent UNS Staffing Process Perspective

  • Process published via MARADMIN 533/03 OIF II URGENT UNIVERSAL NEED STATEMENT (UNS) PROCESS

  • ComMarForPac reviews and prioritizes

  • MCCDC processes for review & analysis w/P&R while MarCorSysCom concurrently conducts assessment for acquisition strategy

  • Review and analysis expedited to 1 day

  • UUNS request expedited to MROC for decision. (All Urgent UNS are seen by the MROC)

  • Fielding expedited by MarCorSysCom as directed by MROC Decision Memorandum

  • During Dec 03 / June 04: Processed and presented over 65 issues to MROC for decision in 37 days in support of OIF II.

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OIF I Perspective

New Equipment Technology Examples

  • Joint Blue Force Tracker (Joint Effort)

  • Personal Role Radio (Coalition Effort)

  • Baseline COC……….

  • Enroute Care System

  • Dragon Eye UAV……………..

  • Provisional Mortar Ballistic Computer

  • SOPHIE Thermal Imagers…...

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OIF II Perspective

New Equipment Technology Insertion

  • OIF II Equipment

  • Vehicle Armor

  • Side Body Armor

  • Ceramic Plates

  • “L” Shape Protection Doors

  • Zoner Armor

  • Tail Gate Armor

  • Supporting OIF II future needs:

  • MTVR Armor Kit 1000+; Oshkosh – Palsan Sasa Corps.

  • Integrated Marine Armor Kits 1500+

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HMMWV Marine Armor Kit (MAK) Perspective(Integrated Armor Kit)with Enhanced Flank Protection

Overhead Protection

Ventilation Panels

Enhanced Armor Appliqué

Red Zone = Protected area

Note: full kit compatible withHMMWVA2variants only

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MTVR Armor ECP(Integrated Armor Kit) Perspective

  • Bolt-on Solution

    • Steel/composite Panel Solution

    • 7.62mm AP BZ Threat Protection

  • Replacement doors and heavy-duty hinges

  • Blast deflectors under frame

  • Center seating in Cargo Body

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X Perspective

Summary of Funded UNS

Total PMC Required: ~ $106M

Two-thirds (67%) of items are Accelerations or Program Expansions

FULLY DELIVERED

PARTIALLY DELIVERED

ACCELERATION OR PROGRAM EXPANSIONS

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Over 60 Urgent UNS Perspective = Over 35,000 pieces of equipment

Total of ~ $175M of PMC reprogrammed

Total of ~ $1.5M of RDT&E reprogrammed

Total of ~ $17M of OMMC required

Results For

OIF

Marine Corps System CommandForging Forward

Refocusing resources in support of imminent

contingencies will occur in the future

  • Continue to refine Advocacy & EFDS process in support of Requirements Generation.

  • Apply Lessons Learned from Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF), through Operational Forces Feedback, Assessments and Analysis.

  • Leverage increasing digitization in staffing Requirements

  • Continue to provide MCSC LNO Teams (MarFor, MEF…)

  • Utilize inherent flexibility of advocacy & EFDS to capitalize on emerging transformational opportunities.

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& Semper Fi Perspective

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