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Track 2 Final Presentation. 26 Aug 11. Track 2 Deliverable. Develop outline supporting Track 1 concept of operations for multinational military support to GOM (in response to a disaster) Completed task based on MNF SOP-suggested format from HADR extract. Purpose, Method, Endstate.

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Track 2 final presentation

Track 2Final Presentation

26 Aug 11


Track 2 deliverable

Track 2 Deliverable

  • Develop outline supporting Track 1 concept of operations for multinational military support to GOM (in response to a disaster)

    • Completed task based on MNF SOP-suggested format from HADR extract


Purpose method endstate

Purpose, Method, Endstate

  • Purpose: Assisting State militaries synergize to support GOM and International Community disaster relief operations.

  • Method: Assisting State militaries support disaster relief efforts as directed by national chains of command. MAF hosts an MNCC to enable Assisting State military coordination. Assisting State military representatives also participate in NEMA (co-hosted) Clusters to consult and cooperate with GOM Ministries and the International Humanitarian Community.

  • Endstate: GOM effectively responding to crisis requirements, in cooperation with the International Humanitarian Community.


Concept of support

Concept of Support

  • Phase 1: Immediate Response/Life Saving

  • Phase 2: Capacity Surge Support/Relief Activities

  • Phase 3: Disengagement/Repatriation


Proposed request for assistance rfa process

ProposedRequest for Assistance (RFA) Process

  • NEMA is GOM’s single operational-level authority that approves RFAs, prioritizes RFAs and matches RFAs within GOM, IHC or Assisting State capabilities.

    • For RFAs requiring Assisting State involvement, NEMA may seek higher-level approval through State Emergency Commission.

  • RFAs may originate at any level and should follow a standard format, as prescribed by NEMA.

  • Primary responsibility to handle RFAs remains with GOM. If GOM and IHC resources are exhausted, Assisting State militaries provide military unique capabilities as a last resort.

  • Assisting State militaries shall respond to RFAs assigned by NEMA and approved through national command channels.


Assumptions

Assumptions

  • GOM considers Bilateral Agreements (esp for diplomatic clearance of overflight / access rights).

  • GOM policy regarding Rules of [Engagement / Employment].

  • GOM establishes policy regarding entry visa requirements, customs, and legal aspects on Assisting State forces.

  • GOM rules/restrictions on licensed professionals (eg. doctors).

  • Assisting State relief operations in Mongolia are logistically self-sustaining until crisis response transitions from life saving to relief.

    • Assisting State disengagement occurs on a state-by-state or bilateral basis.


Key tasks

Key Tasks

  • Identify main staging location for use by Assisting State militaries

  • Establish MNCC

  • Emphasize GOM lead and international community support as a major strategic communication theme.

  • Conduct life saving and relief activities as requested by the GOM or IHC and as directed by national chains of command.

  • Disengage from military relief activities in a supportive fashion that allows continued recovery and reconstruction operations by the GOM and humanitarian community with minimal adverse impact.

  • Repatriate forces to home station


Track 2 final presentation

Gov of Mongolia

Humanitarian

United Nations

Assisting States

Community

State Emgcy

Commission

(Less UN Agencies)

Embassies /

Diplomatic Offices

UN Res/Human. Coordinator

MAF Chief

Of Army

AS Senior

Military Comdrs

NEMA/EOC

(Working Gp)

Co-hosted

Clusters

NGOs

AS Task

Force HQs

Military Sub

Wkg Group

MNCC

IOs

Others

NEMA-L

(Local-level)

Field Teams

AS Mil

Forces

Military

Forces

Command

Coordination

Consult/Cooperation

Human. Ctry Tm


Summary

Summary

  • Takeaways:

    • NEMA is GOM’s single operational-level authority for RFAs

    • MNCC conducts mil-to-mil coordination in support of NEMA and IHC/Cluster requirements

  • Recommended Next Step:

    • Build on Track 2 outline and develop more complete guidance for integrating Assisting State military support into GOM “whole of government” crisis response.


Track 2 final presentation

Bernie

(Facilitator)

Dean

(USAF)

Ganzo

(Mongolian Army)

Nishantha

(Sri Lankan Army)

Urakami

(Japan Ground SDF)

Lim

(Malaysian Air Force)

John

(Papua New Guinea DF)

Sadat

(Bangladesh Air Force)

Ulzii

(Mongolian Army)

Kurogi

(Japanese Air Force)

Ibbe

(Maldivian Army)

Aries

(Indonesian Navy)

Bal Krishan

(Nepalese Army)

Enkhee

(Mongolian Army)

Masato

(Japanese Navy)

Vutha

(Combodian Air Force)

Ebihara

(Japanese Air Force)

Naagii

(Mongolian Army)

Vivek

(Indian Army)


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