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Copy and Save this Template to your Syndicate Folder !!!. For the backbrief save file in: S:\M-4-92\STUDENT FOLDER\ALLSYN\01. Presentation drop-box Use the following naming convention: SYN# Phase 3 DEL. Phase 3 Operational Orientation MISSION ANALYSIS BRIEFING. Syndicate Student Template. 3.

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copy and save this template to your syndicate folder
Copy and Save this Template to your Syndicate Folder !!!
  • For the backbrief save file in: S:\M-4-92\STUDENT FOLDER\ALLSYN\01. Presentation drop-boxUse the following naming convention: SYN# Phase 3 DEL
admin instructions 1 of 2
This template is in line with the processes outlining Phase 3 as presented in Chapter 4 but does not strictly adhere Appendix 1 to Annex H of the COPD V1.0 dated 17 Dec 10.

As annotated in Appendix 1, the template is illustrative only – actual briefing requirements are determined by the Commander.

This template is intended to assist you with preparation of the mission analysis briefing, but you are not expected to adhere to it rigidly. Feel free to:

Add slides where you feel important items of analysis have been omitted

Delete slides about which you have no significant analysis to brief

Modify slides to facilitate your own presentation style

Remember to make adjustments to agenda slides as necessary to support modifications.

Be cognizant of the size/length of the brief – presenting more material is not necessarily conducive to a clearer operational picture

ADMIN INSTRUCTIONS (1 of 2)

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admin instructions 2 of 2
Items in GREEN text are administrative notes or instructions which should be deleted prior to the presentation of the briefing. Refers to information in the notes page below. Delete prior to presentation.

Items in BLACK represent information from the Zoran Sea scenario that has been input for your benefit and header information

BLUERED has been used for the classification in the header/footer and to highlight key points within your analysis

Slides in light blue background require student inputs. You may reset to white for backbrief.

ADMIN INSTRUCTIONS (2 of 2)

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purpose
Purpose
  • To provide the Resource Director/JOPG LOG Rep an overview of the logistics input into the Mission/Operational Analysis of the JOPG.
agenda
Key Factors

Critical Logistics Requirements

Assumptions

Limitations

Center of Gravity Inputs

Risks

Effects/Actions

CCIRs

Initial Force Estimate

Estimate of Required Logistic Capabilities

C2

Deployment Timeline

Proposed Planning Guidance

Conclusion

Agenda
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Key Factors and Deduction

Time/Space/Force/Information

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Key Factors and Deduction

Time/Space/Force/Information

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Key Factors and Deduction

Time/Space/Force/Information

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Key Factors and Deduction

Time/Space/Force/Information

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Key Factors and Deduction

Time/Space/Force/Information

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logistics planning assumptions
Logistics Planning Assumptions

List any assumptions that you have made during your analysis of key factors

Remember that assumptions must be:

Logical

Realistic

Necessary - Planning can not continue unless an assumption is made

Valid – if assumption turns out to be false, framework of problem would have to be readdressed.

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limitations
LIMITATIONS

CONSTRAINTS (Must Do)

RESTRAINTS (Can’t Do)

Identify Constraints and Restraints from SSA, MRO, SPD

and list those with Operational and Logistics impacts

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logistics input into operational design
Logistics Input into Operational Design
  • Review the following 4 slides from the JOPG
  • Review and evaluate the DC/Effects
    • Has the JOPG gotten this right? If not…what are your inputs?
  • What are the Key actions logisticians will have to take to support the effects and DCs?tional Design? Keep them broad and focus on the most important actions.
objectives
Objectives

For Reference Only

MSO 1. Prevention of further escalation and widening of the Zoran Sea conflict;

MSO 2. Uninterrupted international access to the region and its resources;

MSO 3. Support Aurigan efforts to achieve and maintain a safe and secure environment.

MSO 4. Enable safe delivery of humanitarian aid and access to DPRE camps.

MSO 5. Deter Vulpecula.

MSO 6. Isolate BLA Insurgency

OO 1. Contribute to the deterrence of Vulpecula

OO 2. Assist Auriga in defeating any external aggression

OO 3. Assist Auriga to re-establish internal security

OO 4. Provide for the freedom of movement for UN humanitarian activities

OO 5. Enable freedom of access to the region and its energy resources

BPT 1. Set the conditions for NEO

BPT 2. Conduct interdiction operations in support of a potential embargo

BPT 3. Support PER to maintain / re-establish territorial integrity

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International peace and security in the Zoran Sea region is restored with full implementation of all UNSC resolutions, and the sovereignty and territorial integrity of Alliance partners is preserved.

VUL

CoG

OE:

6

G-Day

D + 30

D + 120

OE:

1

OE:

5

OE:

2,3,4

De

t

e

r

&

D

e

f

e

a

t

MSO1

AUR

CoG

OO1

8

9

11

10

MSO5

OO2

16

18

BP

17

MSO3

BPT3

ALLIANCE

CoG

OE

17

OE:

11,12

BLA

CoG

OE:

15,16

OE:

9,10

COIN

4

3

1

2

5

6

7

MSO6

OO3

OE:8

OE:

13,14

OE:

18

UN

CoG

OE:

21

OE:

20

OE:19

FoM

OO4

MSO2

13

14

15

12

MSO4

OO5

PER

CoG

BPT1

BPT2

For Reference Only

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Decisive Conditions – By LoO

Deter & Defeat

VUL deterred

AUR SF trained

Terrorist activity mitigated

AUR SF capable of independent ops

Freedom of Movement

VUL naval forces contained

LLOCs secured

HA delivered without interruption

Critical nodes secured

COIN

SLOCs secured

CIA open & operational

GoA stabilized

BLA fractured

BLA isolated

SASE established in AUR

GoA – Bataris dialogue established

Branch plan

VUL offensive operations ceased

AUR territorial integrity re-established

PER territorial integrity re-established

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1

2

9

3

10

4

11

5

6

7

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

For Reference Only

commanders critical information requirements

Commanders\' Critical Information Requirements

CCIR NATO - UN

READINESS NATO JF

ACHIVEMENT OF FULL OPS CAPABILITY (NRF + FOLLOW ON FORCES )

REQUIREMENT OF ACTIVATION OR USAGE OF OPERATIONAL RESERVE

LOSS OF CRITICAL ASSETS/CAPABILITIES (tbd)

SPOD AND APOD UNDER ATTACK

ATTACK ON NATO SECURITY FORCES/FACILITIES

KIDNAPPING OF NATO SECURITY FORCES PERSONNEL AND VIPs

ATTACK ON UN ASSETS/FACILITIES OR REFUGEE CAMPS

CCIR AURIGA AND PERSEUS

GOA COLLAPSE;

CIA UNAVAILABLE;

ATTACK SPOD IN PERSEUS;

ATTACKS ON CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURES;

GOA/GOP SECURITY FORCES NOT ABLE TO CONTRAST BLA;

HUMANITARIAN CRISIS DETERIORED;

AURIGA/PERSEUS ATTACKED.

agenda initial force estimate
Agenda: Initial Force Estimate

Estimate of Required Capabilities

Preliminary C2 Arrangements

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Initial Force Estimate

For Reference Only

initial force estimate jlsg
Initial Force Estimate JLSG

JLSG

JLSG HQ

JLSG HQ

JLSG HQ Sp Unit

JLSG HQ FP Coy

GROUND

TRANSPORTATION

RSOM

LOG BASE

SPOD

Supply Bn HQ

Ground

Transport. HQ

RSOM HQ

Sea Port Ops Coy

Ammo Storage Supply Coy

Cargo Transfer Unit

Cargo Truck Coy

POL Supply Coy

Field Warehousing Coy

APOD

MOVCON Center

POL Truck Coy

Supply and Field Service Coy (mx)

MOVCON Teams

Water Truck Coy

AirPort Ops Coy

Staging Area

Support Unit

Water Purification Unit

Heavy Equipment

Transport Coy

Medical Log Coy

Force Protection Unit

Convoy Support

Centers

Role 3 Medical Facility

Gen Support Eng Coy

For Reference Only

POL Facility Const Unit

logistics required capabilities
Logistics Required Capabilities
  • Identify and highlight any significant differences between required operational capabilities based on the mission analysis and the force capability requirements provided in the Strategic Planning Directive/Initial Force Estimate.
  • Provide assessment on the forces required. What gaps in capabilities have you identified between what is available and what actions-effects logisticians will have to create?
preliminary c2 arrangements
Portray your initial concept for the organization of the Joint Force.

Determine TOO/JOA requirements.

Determine required C2 functions and locations.

Determine critical liaison and coordination requirements.

Include NSEs in C2 arrangements

Include Role Specialist Nation & Lead Nation designations

Preliminary C2 Arrangements
agenda proposed planning guidance
Agenda: Proposed Planning Guidance

Tentative Missions for Subordinate Commands

Requests for SHAPE

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tentative mission for component jlsg
Draft mission statement for the JLSG. Be sure to include the following: Who, What, When, Where, & Why…plus the assigned objectives.

See Page 11 of SPD for an example from the COM JFC Naples mission statement.

Tentative Mission for Component (JLSG)

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requests for shape
Develop requests, requirements and issues that require action at the strategic level such as:

Requests for additional Crisis Response Measures (CRMs).

ROE requests.

Requests for Information

Pre-conditions for success.

Force requirements.

Requests for SHAPE

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conclusion
CONCLUSION

Provide any additional conclusions that are essential for the JFC to fully comprehend the operational problem to be solved or the specific operational conditions that must be achieved.

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