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2004 Tactical Wheel Vehicle Conference – Current to Future Force. Deputy Chief of Staff, G-8 LTG Benjamin S. Griffin 2 February 2004. G-8 Mission. G-8 Organization. J8 . Resources & Requirements. Joint Warfighting Capability Assessments. Wargaming Simulation & Analysis. HQAF.

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2004 Tactical Wheel Vehicle

Conference – Current to Future Force

Deputy Chief of Staff, G-8

LTG Benjamin S. Griffin

2 February 2004


G-8 Mission

G-8 Organization

J8

Resources

&

Requirements

Joint Warfighting

Capability

Assessments

Wargaming

Simulation &

Analysis

HQAF

HQNA

HQMC

Plans &

Programs

Resources, Rqmts

& Assessments

Programs &

Resources

  • Responsible for the future Army through:

    • Programming

    • Materiel Integration

    • Integration of Army Focus

    • Areas

    • Studies and Analysis

  • Develop, independently assess, integrate, and synchronize The Army Program (PAE)

  • Materiel Program execution, Unit Set Fielding, joint materiel requirements; and Doctrine, Organization, Training, Materiel Requirements, Leadership -Personnel and Facilities

    (DOTML-PF) integration(FD)

  • Army Lead for Joint Requirements Oversight Council (FD), Quadrennial Defense Review, & Defense Planning Guidance (QDR)

  • Conduct analyses of Army forces and systems in joint and combined warfighting (CAA)

  • Lead for Army Business Initiatives Council (BIC); represent Army in DoD BIC. “Efficiency thru implementation of good ideas”

Programs

Programming

Programs

Fiscal

Division

Assessments

Strategic

Planning

Fiscal Mgmt

JROC Link

Special

Programs

OSD Link

G-8

Deputy G-8

SES

SES

Program

Analysis & Evaluation

Force

Development

Center

for Army

Analysis

Army

QDR Office

OSD (PA&E)

USD (Policy)

USD (AT&L)

Army Program

(All Aspects)

Independent

Analysis

Hardware Divisions Unit Set Fielding

DOTML-PF

Integration

Wargaming

Warfight Analysis

DPG Studies

Congressional

Reviews

Study Integration


Capabilities determination

Capabilities / Requirements

Determination

Concepts /Architectures

Assessment

& Analysis

Reconciliation

& Recommendations

Programming

Acquisition

Joint Capabilities Integration and Development System

Capabilities Determination

High

Joint Community will drive capabilities determination in the future

Services were the key driver for requirements determination in the past

Level of Analytical Effort

Services

Joint Community

(COCOMs/DoD/JS/Services)

Low

Today

Past

Future

OSD / Joint Staff Involvement Over Life Cycle of a Program

Today

Past

Future


Joint Capabilities Integration and Development System

JCIDS = Joint Centric

Services must be positioned to INFLUENCE

Joint Capabilities (Requirements)

Past = Service Centric

Concept Development

Major

Combat Ops

Stability

Ops

Homeland

Security

Strategic

Deterrence

Services

ARSTAF

Network-Centric

Battlespace

Awareness

Command

and Control

Force

Application

Protection

Focused

Logistics

Service Requirements

Joint Capabilities

Requirements

Generating

System

G-8

Participation

Coordination

Integration

RQ

Senior Leadership + COCOMs + TRADOC +

Other Services = Capability

JCIDS

Documents

Studies

Other

Svc Req

Capability Gap

Identification

Battlespace

Awareness

Joint

Requirements

Panel

FDJ

JS Gatekeeper

Command

and Control

Joint

Requirements

Board

Capability

Development

Battlespace

Awareness

Command

& Control

Network

Centric

Force

Application

Protection

Focused

Logistics

Force

Application

CJCSI3180

FM

BA

FCB

C2

FCB

FA

FCB

P

FCB

FL

FCB

NC

FCB

Protection

Joint

Requirements

Oversight

Council

Joint

Capabilities

Board

Focused

Logistics

JROC


Army Organization for FCBs

  • OIPT Reviews Program Prior to AROC….Reports thru 2 Star GOSC

Command and Control

Network-

Centric

Force Application

Protection

Focused

Logistics

Battlespace

Awareness

FCBs

J2

RADM Murrett

JFCOM J8

Brig Gen Rogers

J6

RADM Brown

J8

Maj Gen Scott

J4

Brig Gen Taylor

J8

RADM Mathis

JS

FDI

COL Fountain

FDFCS

COL St Pierre

FDC

COL Woods

FDS

COL Rodriguez

FDB

COL Spoehr

FDL

LTC(P) Wyche

G8

LTC Hickman

LTC Eberle

MAJ(P) Bodiford

LTC Linick

LTC Draxler

LTC Gay

FDJ

MAJ

Campbell

MAJ

Opphile

PAE

MAJ Kim

MAJ Schaefer

LTC Allen

LTC Fralen

SC4 / SSI

Ms. Quiroz / COL Justice

SMS

COL Chase

SMA

COL Aultman

SCS

COL Crizer

ASSALT

Army G2

Mr Aleshin

Army G3

COL Uberti

Army G6

COL Patterson

Army G3

COL Braun

Army G3

LTC Magee

Army G4

COL Dunn

ARSTAF Ctr Prts

Army G1 (Mr Lewis) advises all FCBs, as required

TRADOC

Futures

MAJ

Espinosa

Mr

Padgett

Mr

Ordway

LTC

Jenkins

COL

Hayward

LTC

Avery

LOG OIPT

SSO - L

RSO – S

G4

ASSALT

TRADOC

ISR OIPT

FDI - L

G3RQ – S

AASALT

TRADOC

OIPT’s

FDD-MNVR

FDV-AVN

FDS-FIRES

G3

AASALT

C4 OIPT

FDC

FDL

FDT

G3 G6

AASALT

OIPT’s

FDB-CBRNE AND MPs

FDE-AMD

AASALT

TRADOC

Overarching Integrated Process

Team

(OIPT)


Acquisition, Capabilities, and PPBE

The Changing DoD Processes

Change # 2 Revolutionary

Change # 3

Emerging

Joint Capabilities

Integration &

Development

System (JCIDS)

Combatant Commander

Integrated Priority List

29 Oct 2003

CJCS 3170.01C

24 June 03

VCJCS/Service

Chief Oversight

Change # 4

Emerging

Defense

Acquisition

System

Planning, Programming, Budgeting & Execution Process (PPBE)

Change # 1

Evolutionary

Management Initiative Decision 901, 910, & 913

Aldridge Study 31 Oct 03

Milestone Decision

Authority (MDA)

Oversight

DEPSECDEF

Oversight

DoD 5000 Series

12 May 03 Revision

Aligning three formerly independent and unsynchronized processes


Provide Relevant and Ready Land Power

- Current to Future Force

  • The Network

  • Modularity

  • Joint and Expeditionary Mindset

  • AC/RC Balance

  • Force Stabilization

  • Actionable Intelligence

Current Force

Future Force

Tactical

Wheeled

Vehicles

Enable the Force

  • Installations as Flagships

  • Resource Processes

  • Strategic Communications

  • Authorities, Responsibilities, and Accountability

Future Force

The Way Ahead

Train and Equip Soldiers and Grow Leaders

  • The Soldier

  • The Bench

  • Army Aviation

  • Leader Development and Education

  • Combat Training Centers/Battle Command Training Program

Relevant and Ready Force


Where We Are Today....Truck Densities

Light Medium Heavy

M35 2.5T

FMTV 10T Dump

PLS w/PLS Trailer

M35/44 2.5 Ton 23,543

M809 5 Ton 8,408

M939 5 Ton 32,792

M1080/90 5 Ton 9,242

M1078/9 2.5 Ton 10,091

Total 84,076

HMMWV

HMMWV

M915 5,839

HEMTT 12,713

HET 2,693

PLS 3,541

Total 24,786

HMMWV AO 78,885

HMMWV A1 8,091

HMMWV A2 7,080

HMMWV ECV 7,079

Total 101,135

Trailers - 85,686

295,683

Systems

Fleet Age = 17.5 yrs.

Fleet Readiness: 87-93%


Enhancing our capabilities

Enable the Force

  • Greater reliability

  • Improved distribution

  • Improved maintenance

  • Greater Flexibility

Future Force

Enhancing Our Capabilities

SBCTs

Force XXI

Early Deployers

Container Handling Unit

FMTVs

Container Handling Unit

7

27

8

FBCB2

Up-Armored HMMWV

FMTV

HEMTT LHS

1127

191

Up-Armored HMMWV

1213

2200

62

Palletized Load Handling System

FMTVs

12

53

29

63

FBCB2

Movement Tracking System

Forward Repair System

162

1200

760

HEMTT-Load Handling System

FBCB2

34

Forward Repair System


Tactical Wheeled Vehicle Support of OIF Efforts

TWVs in OIFQTY% of FleetOPTEMPO

HEMTT 1,700 12% 10Yrs/Yr

PLS 1,000 27% 10Yrs/Yr

HET 1,000 43% 10Yrs/Yr

M915 1,200 21% 10Yrs/Yr

2.5/5 Ton 7,435 9% 9Yrs/Yr

HMMWV 12,500 12% 6Yrs/Yr

UAH 1,886

Trailers 12,00015% 6Yrs/Yr

Total 36,835 12%


DCX/OIF Lessons Learned

Division Capstone Exercise

Operation Iraqi Freedom

Distribution

Handling Operations

C4I Capabilities

MTS

CHU

MTS

HEMTT-LHS

with CROP

  • MTS enabled in-transit visibility and BFT

  • LCOP at the SBCT level enhanced Theater

    LCOP and support

  • SATCOM required to operate along

    extended LOCs

  • CHU, HEMTT-LHS, MTS, and CROP

    enhanced battlefield distribution

  • Great integration of ground & air resupply

Survivability

C4I Capabilities

  • Diagnostics-Prognostics needed

  • CSS digital systems must integrate

    with ABCS

  • Log efficiencies more critical on the

    dispersed battlefield

M1114 Up-Armored HMMWV

Add-on

Armor

MTS

SA & BFT

  • Unit’s HMMWVs platforms required

    additional force protection

  • FBCB2, MTS, LCOP enhanced Situational

    Awareness and Blue Force Tracking

  • MTS provided in-transit visibility and near-

    real time communications

  • No Digital Logistics Common Operating

    Picture (LCOP)


Lessons Learned

Application to OIF/OEF

  • Accelerated fielding of HEMTT-LHS, CROP and MTS to deploying units to enhance distribution.

  • Provided a very limited Logistics Common Operating Picture capability to SBCT and EAD CSS units.

  • Provided SATCOM to SBCT and EAD CSS units to enable operations over extended Lines of Communication (very limited).

  • Increased the production and fielding of Up-Armored HMMWVs and Add-on Armor Kits for all TWVs.


Army future force strategy
Army Future Force Strategy

  • Focused on supporting current operations while continuing our transformation efforts

  • Provide necessary capabilities to Current Force

  • Balance - Appropriate mix of

    • Selective fielding of new equipment (modernization)

    • Rebuild/upgrade of key existing systems (recapitalization)

    • Preserve needed current equipment (maintenance)

    • Procurement


Programs

FY 02

FUTURE FORCE

TRANSITION FROM FY02 TO FUTURE FORCE

FY03

FY04

FY05

FY06

FY07

FY08

FY09

FY10

FY11

FY02

CURRENT FORCE (HMMWV, FMTV, HEMTT, PLS, HET)

HMMWV contract ends FY07

FMTV contract ends FY08

SUSTAIN & RECAP &

New Procurement

LT MED HVY

HEMTT Extended Service Program contract ends FY07

Current TWVs will support

UA Increment 1 Threshold (2010-2012)

and UE through 2030

HEMTT funding linked to ESP

PLS contract ends FY07

TECHNOLOGY

INSERTIONS

HET Contract ends FY 04

M1A2sep Tanks in Service through 2020s

UA AND UE (FTTS ACTD MSV AND UV)

Future TWV Fleet

Advanced Concept Techology Demonstration

FTTS ACTD DETERMINES REQUIRED CAPABILITIES FOR UA & UE FUTURE REQUIREMENTS (O&O) FOR FUTURE ARMY’S SUSTAINMENT VEHICLES


Fleet Readiness & Future Roles

FUTURE

ROLE

AVG.

AGE

READINESS

KEY ENABLER

ITEM

C2, MANEUVER (MNVR),

MNVR SUSTAINMENT & SUPPORT (SPT)

SBCT

UA/UE

13.9

92%

HMMWV

87%

2.5/5 Ton

C2, MANEUVER (MNVR),

MNVR SUSTAINMENT & SUPPORT (SPT)

SBCT

UA/UE

19.9

(7 yrs)

95%

FMTV

SBCT

UA/UE

MNVR SUSTAINMENT & SUPPORT (SPT)

92%

8.2

PLS

MNVR SUSTAINMENT & SUPPORT (SPT)

8.9

93%

UE

HET

M915

Tractor

MNVR SUSTAINMENT & SUPPORT (SPT)

87%

9.0

UE

MNVR SUSTAINMENT & SUPPORT (SPT)

87%

HEMTT

UA/UE

14.8

C2, MNVR, MNVR SUSTAINMENT & SUPPORT (SPT)

UA/UE

Trailor

24.4

94%


TWV FY 04-09 Funding

  • Tactical Wheel Vehicles resourcing for POM 04-09 totals : $8,961M

  • The Army TWV FY04 Supplemental was: $808.6M

  • The Army TWV FY04-09 Budget (POM plus FY04 Supplemental) is: $9769M


Road Ahead for TWVs ...

HEMTT

FMTV

  • Force Protection expanded to other TWVs ..

    HEMTTs, FMTVs, PLS ....

  • Selective upgrade of systems based on

    operational experience, i.e., improved engine

    in HMMWVs.

  • Load containerization and improved handling

    systems to facilitate ammo, fuel, and water

    delivery.

  • Improved Command and Control systems

PLS

HMMWV

MLRS on a CROP

FMTV-LHS w/Container

Fuel Rack on HEMTT LHS

Flatrack


Conclusion

Our priority one remains fielding Up-Armored HMMWVs and Add on armor kits to support the war fighter and war efforts.

We must seek new approaches to developing solutions – bold solutions – spiral development of new technologies to enhance current force platforms. The challenge to industry is to accelerate development of cost affordable technology ... so that we maintain our warfighting edge.

The Army is committed to finding, funding, and fielding affordable materiel requirements to meet future needs.

The Army has accepted risk in current forces and capabilities in order to keep development and fielding of the Future Force on schedule.

TEAM EFFORT!!

Conclusion

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