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CTF PACIFIC. CPG 1 Course Of Action (COA) Brief. 1 Mar 07. UNCLASSIFIED. Agenda. Planning Assumptions Concept of Operations Overview of COA 1 Transition Conditions Component Detailed Plans Force Separation Plan Humanitarian Assistance Plan Information Operations Plan CBRN Plans

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CTF PACIFIC

CPG 1

Course Of Action (COA) Brief

1 Mar 07

UNCLASSIFIED


Agenda
Agenda

  • Planning Assumptions

  • Concept of Operations

  • Overview of COA 1

  • Transition Conditions

  • Component Detailed Plans

    • Force Separation Plan

    • Humanitarian Assistance Plan

    • Information Operations Plan

    • CBRN Plans

  • COA Validity Analysis


Ctf assumptions
CTF ASSUMPTIONS

  • CTF to deploy for a period of 6 months.

  • CTF has not been tasked with additional missions outside the Combined Operating Area.

  • Presence of obstinate military factions who do not want to comply with peace agreement

  • Tierra del Oro, Arcadia, Mojave and IDS remain neutral to current conflict between Sonora and Kuhistan.


Coa 1 conops statement
COA 1 CONOPS Statement

  • To rapidly establish a strong presence in the AO to enforce a DMZfor separation of the SON and KUH forces. Thereafter to mitigate the activities of other hostile groups (KFC, IPM, MW) in the AO before transition to a UN PKF.

  • To focus on providing assessments of immediate humanitarian needs while concurrently opening up accesses for IHCs to provide the longer term sustainable HA initiatives.

  • To utilize Information Operations to project a credible image for the CTF; the ability and willingness to enforce the mandate.

  • End state is to achieve separation of KUH and SON forces, cessation of hostilities, mitigating freedom of actions by hostile groups, facilitating HA efforts and successful transition to the UNPKF.


Ops Phases

(Overview)

1 Mar 07


Overview of ops phases coa 1
Overview of Ops Phases (COA 1)

Phase IV

Phase II

Phase I

Phase III

Transition to

UNPK

Force Prep (1A)

and Projection (1B)

Mitigation of Hostile

Group Activities

Force Separation

Military

1A

  • To conduct planning, training and equipping of CTF troops

  • Organize CTF in Honolulu as staging area

    1B

  • Project advance elements to south KUH

  • Link-up with KUH & SON forces

    Information Ops

  • Develop Key messaging

    Humanitarian Assistance

  • Project civil advance team to conduct assessment

Diplomacy - Will be established continuously throughout the campaign to set the stage for the next phase

Military

  • Establish Salt Lake City as point of entry for force projection

  • Occupy eastern and western sector

  • Establish DMZ and enforce MEZ

  • Establish Maritime Protection Zone and No-Fly Zone

  • Patrolling and securing of major Highways

    Information Ops

  • Military diplomacy

  • Media operations

  • Show of force

    Humanitarian Assistance

  • Establish CMOC

  • Prioritize HA needs

Military

  • Enforce Maritime and No-Fly Zone

  • Conduct border patrols and establish OPs

  • Conduct Raids, Cordon and Search Ops to mitigate hostile group activities

  • Protect KINs

  • Patrolling and securing of major Highways

    Information Ops

  • Military diplomacy

  • Media operations

  • Use PsyOps

    Humanitarian Assistance

  • Provide security for HA groups

Military

  • Hand over of DMZ to UN PKF

  • Repatriation of CTF

    Information Ops

  • Media operations

  • Use PsyOps

    Humanitarian Assistance

  • Commitment to UN HA efforts





Force separation assumptions
FORCE SEPARATION ASSUMPTIONS

  • Challenging UN Mandate

    • KUH and SON forces

    • Belligerent Groups (KFC, MW, IPM)

  • Staging Area established Hawaii, Honolulu, for force preparation and projection


Force separation conops statement
Force Separation CONOPS Statement

On order, the CTF will stage in Hawaii, Honolulu, to project into the AO and establish DMZ and Military Exclusion Zone to ensure the cessation of armed conflicts between the KUH and SON forces. This will be achieved by deploying the CTF in South KUH/North SON to impose a force separation on the KUH and SON forces by establishing checkpoints, observation post, road blocks, patrols, No Fly Zone and Maritime Protection Zone, to ensure a Stable and Secured environment so as to allow HA effort to be conducted. The operation will end with the transition to UN PKF.


Ctf force organization
CTF Force Organization

CTF HQ

Land

Comd

Naval

Comd

Air Comd

Staging

Rear HQ

2xFF

3xFFG

1xPV

2xLSD

1xLPD

1xLSH

1xLSL

1xHosp Ship

1xLST

Sector

West Comd

Sector

East Comd

All other Air Assets

SOTF

1xBde HQ

6xInf Bn (1 mech)

1xArmour Bn

2xMP Coy

1x105 Bty

1xSig Bn (-)

Fwd Log Unit

1xLog Pl

1xBn Landing Tm

1xEngr Bn & 4xEngr Coy

2xROWPU unit

1xSpt Bn

2xSP

4xCH47

1xBde HQ

6xInf Bn (2 mech)

1xArmour Bn

1xMP Coy

1x155 Bty

1xSig Coy

1xLog Pl

1xEngr Bn

3xEngr Coy

1xROWPU unit

1xSpt Bn

4xUH60

2xCH47 (RSAF)


Phase i force preparation and projection
Phase I – Force Preparation and Projection

  • CTF Task 1

    • Staging Operations

  • Advance Elements:

    • 2 x Mech Bn

    • Engineer Element

    • Fwd CSS unit

    • SF Element

    • Medical Element

    • Signal Element

    • Civil Affairs Group

    • Heli Assets

    • PV/Frigates/Log Ship

  • Phase 1a

    • To Organise the CTF in Hawaii, Honolulu,as the staging area for force preparation and projection into the AO.

  • Phase 1b

    • To project the advance element to South KUH via Salt Lake City to establish the linkages with the KUH and SON forces

    • To establish a withdrawal timeline with the 2 forces (including air and naval assets) emphasizing on the Movement and Location of their forces/weapons system based on the DMZ and Military Exclusion Zone

Phase begins with arrival of forces in Staging Area. Purpose is to prepare the CTF for operations and establish contacts and initial agreement with the KUH and SON forces. Main Effort is in the staging of forces. Phase ends when forces met the conditions for force entry.



Phase ii force separation
Phase II – Force Separation

  • Remaining CTF:

  • To establish Salt Lake City as the point of entry for force projection

  • To enforce the DMZ in 2 efforts as follows:

    • Stage 1: To occupy Eastern Sector and use it as a base for Quick Reaction force and further force projection

    • Stage 2: To occupy the Western Sector and establish the DMZ

  • To enforce the Military Exclusion Zone

  • To enforce No Fly Zone and Maritime Protection Zone

Phase begins with the commencement of separation of conflicting forces. Purpose is to establish a DMZ and Military Exclusion Zone. Main Effort is to occupy and establish the DMZ and Military Exclusion Zone. Phase ends when the DMZ and Military Exclusion Zone are established.


Dmz military exclusion zone

LEGEND

Int’l Boundary

DMZ

Military Exclusion

Zone

Salt Lake City

DMZ (5+5KM)

WINNEMUCCA

Provo

MILFORD

CEDAR CITY

PANACA

Stage1 Deployment

ST GEORGE

Stage 2 Deployment

Military EXCLUSION ZONE (30+30KM)

DMZ/Military Exclusion Zone


Maritime protection zone

Salt Lake City

Maritime Protection Zone (12 NM)

WINNEMUCCA

Provo

MILFORD

CEDAR CITY

PANACA

ST GEORGE

Maritime Protection Zone


No fly zone

Salt Lake City

WINNEMUCCA

Provo

MILFORD

CEDAR CITY

PANACA

ST GEORGE

No Fly Zone

(10 NM)

No Fly Zone


Coa 1 phase iii sustenance of operations and mitigation of other hostile groups
COA 1 Phase III – Sustenance of Operations and Mitigation of other Hostile Groups

  • CARFOR:

    • Estb Land CP

    • Estb Road Blks

    • Patrols

    • Observation/Monitoring Post

    • Org QRF

    • Impose Curfew

    • Conduct Raids and C&S ops

    • Force/HA Protection

    • Protection of KINs

  • CAFFOR:

    • Enforce NFZ

    • Estb Air Traffic control

    • Spt Heli lift/QRF for CARFOR

    • Spt CNVFOR MPA

  • CNVFOR:

    • Enforce MPZ

    • Estb Sea patrols/ traffic control

  • SOTF:

    • Raids and C&S ops

    • Info collection

  • To enforce No Fly Zone

  • To enforce Maritime Enforcement/Protection Zone

  • To establish Traffic (Land/Air/Sea) control Check Points

  • To establish Road Blocks

  • To conduct patrols in and along the perimeter of DMZ

  • To establish Observation Post to monitor the movement of KUH/SON forces/weapon systems

  • To organise a Quick Reaction Force (QRF) to response to contingencies

  • To provide security for HA groups

  • Help the local authority to impose Curfew in the DMZ when necessary

  • To conduct Raids, Cordon and Search operations to neutralize the hostile groups

  • To develop robust force protection measures

  • Protection of KINs including the IDP camps

Phase begins with both the KUH and SON Forces out of the DMZ. Purpose is to maintain the force separation while curtailing actions of Hostile groups. Main Effort is to enforce the force separation agreement. Phase ends when transit to UNPKF (overlapping Phase IV)


Coa 1 phase iv transition to un pkf
COA 1 Phase IV – Transition to UN PKF

  • CTF:

    • Applicable to all

  • To conduct the following transitional activities:

    • Handing over of the DMZ, No Fly Zone and Maritime protection Zone to UN PKF in phases

    • Repatriation of CTF

Phase begins with the occupation of forces. Purpose is to set the condition for UN PKF to conduct peacekeeping operations. Main Effort is to establish the conditions for transition. Phase ends when CTF repatriated.


HA Plan

1 Mar 07


Phase i force preparation and projection ha
Phase I – Force Preparation and Projection (HA)

  • CTF Task 1

    • Staging Operations

  • Advance Elements:

    • Civil Affairs Group

    • Engineer Element

    • Fwd CSS unit

    • Medical Element

    • Heli Assets

    • PV/Frigates/Log Ship

  • Phase 1a

    • Civil Affairs Advance Tm – Assessment.

  • Phase 1b

    • Full Civil Affairs Forces in-theatre

    • Med/Engr Assessment Team in place

    • Identify priority of HA Support Location

    • Identify priority of Military Effort & ISO IHC

  • - Infrastructure requirement

Phase begins with arrival of forces in Staging Area. Purpose is to establish rapid assessment of the HA needs & the supporting infrastructures. Main Effort is the Civil Affairs Advance Teams . Phase ends when forces assessment is completed & Civil Affairs resources in place.


Phase ii force separation1
Phase II – Force Separation

CTF HQ

C7/CMOC

  • Civil Affairs Group

  • Engineer Element

  • Fwd CSS unit

  • Medical Element

  • Heli Assets

  • PV/Frigates/Log Ship

  • Establish CMOC

  • Crisis mitigation – To prioritize immediate HA needs

  • Participate in the Humanitarian Information Center

  • Establish Civ-Mil security protocol for HA movement

  • Identify & prioritize key logistics & Infrastructure points

Phase begins with the commencement of separation of conflicting forces. Purpose is to establish a coordination with the HA community. Main Effort is to provide security to support HA. Phase ends when we establish the security protocol to facilitate the HA effort.


Coa 1 phase iii sustenance of operations and mitigation of other hostile groups1
COA 1 Phase III – Sustenance of Operations and Mitigation of other Hostile Groups

CTF HQ

C7/CMOC

  • Civil Affairs Group

  • Engineer Element

  • Fwd CSS unit

  • Medical Element

  • Heli Assets

  • PV/Frigates/Log Ship

  • To establish Traffic (Land/Air/Sea) control Check Points

  • To establish Observation Post to monitor the movement of weapons

  • To provide security for HA groups

  • Protection of Key Installations

  • Secure Logistics route

  • Ensure IHC freedom of movement

  • Coordinate with Intelligent/local police for IDP camp security

Phase begins with a secure climate to have re-establishment of normal IHC & HA effort . Purpose is to normalize the transit IHC & HA effort & allow the local authorities to regain responsibilities. Main Effort is to establish communication & information exchange between all stakeholders & to ensure security within the localities. Phase ends when transit to UNPKF (overlapping Phase IV)


Coa 1 phase iv transition to un pkf1
COA 1 Phase IV – Transition to UN PKF

  • CTF:

    • Applicable to all

  • Finalise commitment to the transition plan

  • Coordination & security training completed with the local authorities

Phase begins with the transition of HA effort to local authority/UN DPKO. Purpose is to set the condition for UN PKF to assume responsibilities. Main Effort is to establish the conditions for transition. Phase ends when CTF repatriated.


IO Plan

1 Mar 07


Information objectives key messages
Information Objectives & Key Messages

  • Information Objectives:

    • To portray the CTF as credible, committed, impartial and capable of alleviating immediate human sufferings in the conflict area

    • To win the support of international audience, MNF supporting nations, KUH and SONORA governments and the local populace in the area of interest

  • Key Messages:

    • 1. The CTF has the UN Mandate to bring peace and stability to the region.

    • 2. The CTF is committed to the UN Mandate and seeks to work with all conflict parties impartially to end the conflict.

    • 3. CTF has the capability to ensure a safe environment to facilitate the HA effort in alleviating human sufferings.



CBRN Plan

1 Mar 07


Cbrn eod specialist forces
CBRN & EOD Specialist Forces

  • Staff Grp

    • Within the CTF

  • Units

    • C – C+180

      • 1 x CBRE Sect (S’pore)

        • 1 x CBRD Tm

        • 1 x EOD Tm

    • C – C+60

      • 1 x Monitoring & Survey Tm (USMC)

      • 1 x NBC Sect (USMC)

      • 2 x EOD Tms (USMC)


Cbrn considerations
CBRN Considerations

  • Radiological threats – 3 Sites

    • Uranium enrichment facility

    • Plutonium reprocessing facility

    • Light water reactor

  • Phosgene - Unknown locations/ quantities

  • Transportation routes

  • DETECTION

  • Communications

  • Environmental Monitoring

  • Intel collection

  • Medical Surveillance

Most likely - IED

  • Chem Improvised Explosive Device

  • Radiological Dispersal Device (RDD)

    Worst Case - Breach of any radiological facility

  • PROTECTION

  • Avoidance

  • Force Equipping Policy

  • (individual level)

  • Pre-deployment skills trg

  • Monitoring and controlled access

  • MITIGATION

  • Prevent spread of contamination

  • Avoidance/ localized evacuation

  • Prepare medical/ logistics trains

  • OTHER CM CONSIDERATIONS

  • Psychological Effects

  • Mass Casualty Mgmt

  • Environmental Impacts


Recommendations
Recommendations

  • Require individual protective and detection equipment, training for all CTF personnel

    • Provide these for countries lacking them

  • Secure areas around the Kuhistan nuclear plant, TIM facilities

    • Also monitor TIM transport

    • Ensure safe condition for inspection of facilities

  • Be prepared to develop contingency plans for various cases

    • Have a rapid response team prepared plus CBRN special staff with needed expertise

  • Contingency mechanisms to rapidly bring in key materials/ personnel for consequence management

    • For example, antibiotics, antivirals, ventilators, decontamination materials




THE END

1 Mar 07

UNCLASSIFIED


1 Mar 07

UNCLASSIFIED


DPs & Prioritised Supporting Effects

7

Establish

CTF’s Credibility

DP 7 : CTF Organised and Mission-Ready

SE 17: Effective force composition

SE 18: Effective force protection

SE 19 Effective Force Capabilities

SE 20: Positive Public Confidence

5

Strengthen

KUH & SON commitment to the peace process

DP 5 : Kuhistan’s Peaceful Nuclear & Chemical Programs are Verified

1

6

DP 1 : Hostility between Kuhistan and Sonora has Ceased

SE 1: Establish conflict resolution process

SE 2: Armed Forces Cease Conflict Campaign

SE 3: Key Installations are prevented against sabotage

DP 6 : Territorial Integrity Is Restored

SE 15: Political Govt of KUH & SON Support Peace Agreement & National Reconstruction Process

SE 16: International Border btw KUH & SON are established

Ops End States

Stable & secured environment

Mitigate humanitarian disasters

2

DP 2 : CTF FacilitatesHumanitarian Assistance (HA)

SE 4: Secure area of interest

SE 5: CTF able to Render Immediate crisis Management Support

SE 6: Assessment of Immediate Humanitarian Needs

SE 7: Facilitation of HA effort

Curtail

hostile group activities

8

4

3

DP 8 : IDP & Refugees Resettled

SE 21: Secured environment as per DP 2

DP 3 : Hostile Groups’ freedom of action & sanctuary are denied.

SE 8a: Deny hostile groups’ movement in KUH

SE 8b: Deny hostile groups’ sanctuary and activities in KUH

SE 9: Gaining the trust and confidence of local populace and refugees by CTF & IHC

SE 10: Respond effectively and decisively to terrorist activities

SE 11: Building host nation anti-terrorism capabilities

DP 4 : External supports for hostile groups’ activities are denied

SE 12: Denial of International Support for Hostile Activities

SE 13: Denial of funds, material, training and sanctuaries from outside KUH.

SE 14: No increase in KFC cadre from neighboring countries


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