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Commander U.S. Second Fleet (C2F) andCombined Joint Operations from the Sea Centre of Excellence (CJOS COE)

12 MAY 2010

c2f vision and mission
C2F Vision and Mission

UNCLAS

  • Vision– C2F will accomplish our mission with excellence as our standard, today and in the future, in the Atlantic and Globally as directed, because our Nation requires this from us, as we continually improve all that we do.
  • Mission
      • Naval Operations: Exercise delegated Operational Control (OPCON) and Administrative Control (ADCON) of assigned ships, aircraft, and landing forces.
      • Joint Operations: Plan for and, when directed, conduct maritime, joint and combined operations in support of designated Unified and Allied Commanders.
      • Naval Training: Train, certify, and provide maritime forces to respond effectively to global contingencies.
      • Joint Training: Conduct maritime and joint/combined training in support of Unified and Allied Commanders.
command relationships
Command Relationships

CHIEF OF

NAVAL OPERATIONS

U.S. JOINT

FORCES COMMAND

U.S. NORTHERN

COMMAND

U.S. STRATEGIC

COMMAND

COMPACFLT

COMUSNAVEUR

COMUSNAVCENT

COMUSNAVSO

NAVSPECWAR

NSA

CNIC

USFF

MSC

REGIONAL COMMANDERS

NAVAFRICOM

SHORE INSTALLATION COMMANDERS

SECOND FLEET

THIRD FLEET

NAVAL NETWORK WARFARE COMMAND

NAVY EXPEDITIONARY COMBAT COMMAND

NAVAL SURFACE FORCES

MILITARY SEALIFT COMMAND

NAVAL AIR FORCES

SUBMARINE FORCES

* Note: Third Fleet, Naval Surface Forces and Naval Air Forces report administratively to USFF for purposes of establishment and implementation of Fleet training policies

SURFLANT

AIRLANT

SERVICE PROVIDERS

c2f focus areas
C2F FOCUS AREAS

Safety

Deterrence

Responsiveness

Arctic

MOC

ASW

Irregular Warfare

Synthetic Training

Future

Maritime Security Operations

(Counter Piracy)

  • Fleet Operations to Achieve Mission in C2F AOR
    • Fleet Operations – safe and effective day to day
    • Joint Task Force (JTF) capable Headquarters sustainment
    • C2F Maritime HQ w/ Maritime Ops Center (MOC) Operations
  • Providing Ready Maritime Forces for Global Assignment
    • Fleet Training and Readiness
    • Global Force Management
    • Future Force Development
    • Developing Leaders
  • Teaming w/Allies & Partners in execution of the Maritime Strategy
    • Combined Joint Operations from the Sea Center of Excellence (CJOS COE)
    • Allied and multi-national maritime partnerships
c2f vision and focus areas
C2F Vision and Focus Areas
  • Vision – C2F will accomplish our mission with excellence as our standard, today and in the future, in the Atlantic and Globally as directed, because our Nation requires this from us, as we continually improve all that we do.
  • Focus Areas
    • Fleet Operations to Achieve Mission in C2F AOR.
    • Providing Ready Maritime Forces for Global assignment.
    • Teaming w/Allies & Partners in execution of the Maritime Strategy.
1 fleet operations to achieve mission in c2f aor
1. Fleet Operations to Achieve Mission in C2F AOR
  • Fleet Operations. Conduct safe and effective day to day Fleet maritime, joint, and combined Task Force operations to:
    • Defend the Homeland
    • Train/certify maritime, joint & combined Task Forces for Global assignment
    • Achieve other assigned mission objectives
  • JTF capable headquarters sustainment. C2F shall sustain the readiness, capability, and capacity as a JTF capable headquarters to achieve objectives of the Combatant Commander.
  • C2F MHQ w/MOC operations. C2F headquarters will continually improve command and control at the Operational Level of War. Sustain readiness, capability and capacity to fulfill duties as a Combined and/or Joint Force Maritime Component Commander (C/JFMCC).
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C2F selects

Supported/

Supporting TACON

Commanders(TLW)

C2F will retain OPCON

and will transfer

TACON of forces

Between organizations

as required

Commander, U.S. Second FleetTheater Task Force Commanders (effective 1 Apr 2010)

23 March 2010

COMSECONDFLT

MOC (OLW)

*

CJTF - South

CTF 183

CJTF 120

CJTF 950

(OPCON/TACON CTF 20)

∙ C2

∙ Fires

∙ Intel

∙ Movement /Maneuver

∙ Protection

∙ Sustainment

**

USCG SUPPORT MISSION

NECC DET CC 20.19

CTF 23/ Logistics

COMSEALOGLANT

(CTG 20.10)

*

CTF 22 / AMD

Non Dep. CSG

(CTG 20.2 GHWBSG)

**

∙Deterrence (e.g. FDO’s, IO)

∙ TSC

∙ MHD + DSCA ∙ Dep. CSGs:

∙ CTG 20.11 (AIRLANT) - CTG 20.4 IKESG

∙ CTG 20.22, 20.24, 20.26 (MEUs) - CTG 20.5 HSTSG

∙ Other ‘supporting’ TYCOMs: ∙ Non Dep. CSGs:

∙ SURFLANT, NECC, NNWC - CTG 20.6 ENTSG

CTF 20 Framework

CTF 25/ MIW

COMNMAWC

(CTG 20.21)

**

∙ NAMDC WCOE

CTF 24/ ASW

COMSUBLANT

(CTG 20.3)

*

∙ CTG 20.14 EOD GRU 2

∙ Ready duty ARG (PHIBRON CDR)

∙ CTG 20.15 MAREXPSECGRU 2

∙ CTG 20.16 RIVGRU 1

∙ CTG 20.17 1 NCD

∙ CTG 20.18 NAV Exp Log

∙ CTG 20.19 NECC Combat Cam

∙ CTG 20.23 NECC MCAG

C2F Mission

Naval Operations: Exercise delegated operational control (OPCON) and administrative control (ADCON) of assigned ships, aircraft, and landing forces.

Joint Operations: Plan for and, when directed, conduct maritime, joint and combined operations in support of designated Unified and Allied Commanders.

Naval Training: Train, certify, and provide maritime forces to respond effectively to global contingencies.

Joint Training: Conduct maritime and joint/combined training in support of Unified and Allied Commanders.

CTF 26 / Expeditionary

ESG 2 (CTG 20.9)

**

CTF 28 / Strike/Coalition/Training

CSFTL (CTG 20.1)

∙ CTG 20.20 (TASWC)

∙ Tactical ISR (MPRA)

∙ CDS 24 (OPCON)

∙ NMAWC COE

CTF 27 / SUW

COMPATRECON GROUP

(CTG 20.12)

∙ CDS 24

∙ NSAWC WCOE

**

Operational 24/7/365

Operational normal working hours with 96 hr BPT 24/7/365

WCOEs are ‘Supporting’

*

∙ CTG 20.8 CDS-14

∙ BAMSSqdn

∙ CTG 20.7 PCs

∙ SWDG

CTF 29 / Land

ESG 2 (CTG 20.9)

**

**

∙ CTG 20.14 EOD GRU 2 (Elements)

∙ CTG 20.11 (HM Assets)

∙ NMAWC COE

UNCLAS

jtf capable headquarters sustainment
JTF Capable Headquarters Sustainment

30 Oct 2007: C2F certified as JTF-Capable HQ by USJFCOM.

Multi-functional, deployable, scalable, inherently Joint 3-star HQ

Manned, Trained, and Equipped to assume high priority contingency missions, as directed by USJFCOM

Initial USJFCOM certification ISO designated SOUTHCOM numbered CONPLANs / FUNCPLANs

Persistent relationship enables basic familiarity with COCOM plans if/when C2F activated as JTF-HQ.

C2F is the first Navy 3 Star Headquarters to certify as a Joint Task Force Capable Headquarters!

maritime operations center end state
Maritime Operations Center End State

“Adherence to guidance contained in NWP 3-32 and NTTP 3-32.1 will ensure:

…standardized staff functions and processes that enable interoperability with the joint community and commonality across all fleet and principal headquarters. To continually address fleet management and operational responsibilities the MHQ w/ MOC organization must be:

Flexible – capable of adjusting to changing priorities, whether fleet management or operational.

Tailorable – capable of smoothly transitioning as the commander is assigned different roles.

Scalable – capable of integrating additional capacity or capabilities in response to new missions.

Ref: NWP 3-32 (Maritime Operations at the Operational Level of War)

globally networked maritime operations centers
Globally Networked Maritime Operations Centers

JTF(P) (Can)

(RJOC/MSOC)

JTF(A) (Can)

(RJOC/MSOC)

2nd FLEET

(MOC)

SCCJ-HR

6TH FLEET

(MOC)

3rd FLEET

(MOC)

SCCJ-JAX

4th FLEET

(MOC)

Illicit Activity (Narcotics, Human Trafficking, …)

2 providing ready maritime forces for global assignment
2. Providing Ready Maritime Forces for Global Assignment
  • Fleet Training and Readiness. Continually improve Second Fleet training and readiness effectiveness in execution of the Fleet Response Plan and the Maritime Strategy.
  • Global Force Management. Support U.S. Fleet Forces and U.S. Joint Forces Command to develop Navy Global Force solutions to address Combatant Commander demands.
  • Future Force Development. Contribute to the Navy’s future force development via:
    • Realization of Navy-wide MHQ w/MOCs
    • Fleet Concept of Operations
    • Sea Strike, Sea Basing, and Sea Trials capabilities
  • Developing Leaders (people).Develop a diverse and talented workforce via training, education, mentoring, and opportunities for our people to gain experience and to realize their full potential.
building readiness fleet response plan
Building Readiness – Fleet Response Plan

DEPLOYMENT &

SUSTAINMENT FORCES

INTEGRATED

GROUP

BASIC

UNIT

MAINTENANCE

Surge-Ready for Major Combat Ops

Surge-Ready for Specific Missions

Major Combat Operations Ready

Lifecycle Investment

FST-F

Bold Spectrum

FST-GC

FST-J

FST-F

Bold Spectrum

PIRA

ARG/MEU

  • Fleet Synthetic Training has traditionally been conducted in the Integrated phase.
  • Now FST involves non deployed units in the Basic and Sustainment phases.

Irregular Warfare

Synthetic Training

Traditional

New Concept

ASW

Future

supporting the maritime strategy
Supporting the Maritime Strategy

U.S. Navy’s Core Capabilities

Maritime Security

Sea Control

Humanitarian

Assistance /

Disaster

Response

Forward

Presence

Deterrence

Power

Projection

Additional Capabilities

Counter-

terrorism

Theater Security

Cooperation

Expeditionary

Warfare

Homeland

Defense

Security

Cooperation

Integrated Air &

Missile Defense

Defense Support of

Civil Authorities

future force development
Future Force Development
  • Navy-wide MOCs
  • Fleet Concepts of Operations
    • SAG Ops: Surface Warfare w/o TACAIR Support
    • Vertical Heavy Lift
    • MHQ w/MOC (Rev A)
    • SSGN (Rev A)
    • Sea Basing
  • Sea Strike, Sea Basing, Sea Trials Capabilities
developing leaders people
Developing Leaders (People)

Emphasize Navy Core Values

Develop a diverse and talented workforce

Take Care of Our Families

Improve Active Reserve Integration

3 teaming with allies and partners in execution of the maritime strategy
3. Teaming with Allies and Partners in Execution of the Maritime Strategy
  • Combined Joint Operations from the Sea Centre of Excellence (CJOS COE) integration/support. Enhance the CJOS COE in providing a focus for the sponsoring nations and NATO in improving allied ability to conduct Joint Operations from the sea in order to ensure that current and emerging global security challenges can be successfully tackled. Focus CJOS COE efforts to continue to add value within the multi-national environment in:
    • Training and experimentation
    • Leading edge concept and capability development
  • Allied and multi-national partnerships. Support CNO in delivering the Cooperative Strategy for 21st Century Seapower (Maritime Strategy) by facilitating increased engagement with formal allies and emerging partners.
    • Increase multi-national participation in U.S. Fleet training events – live, constructive and synthetic
    • Improve integration and interoperability
    • Enhance overall global maritime situational awareness
combined joint operations from the sea cjos centre of excellence coe
Combined Joint Operations from the Sea (CJOS) Centre of Excellence (COE)
  • Sponsored by 13 NATO Nations:
    • CA, FR, GE, GR, IT, NL, NO, PO, RO, SP, TU, UK, US
  • Focused on supporting ACT transformation of NATO plus specific requirements of Sponsoring Nations
    • Alliance Maritime Strategy (AMS)
    • Maritime Security Operations (MSO) Concept
    • EXTAC 740 (Counter Piracy)
    • Nations’ Program of Work (POW)

“Transforming allied maritime potential into reality”

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director s guidance cjos coe
Director’s Guidance – CJOS COE

Vision

Mission

Within 5 years, to become the pre-eminent source of innovative specialist advice and expertise on all Multi-National aspects of Combined Joint Operations from the Sea in support of the Sponsoring Nations, NATO and other non-NATO allies.

Working in conjunction with the Commander US Second Fleet, the CJOS COE will provide a focus for the Sponsoring Nations and NATO in improving allied ability to conduct Combined Joint Operations from the Sea in order to ensure that current and emerging global security challenges can be successfully tackled.

• Be Effective (within capacity)

- Accomplish mission

- Realize vision

• Strategy Ends + Ways + Means

• Success breeds Success

by being Transformational

- Innovative ways + means

to achieve end

and Collaborative

- Leverage off sources of best

practice

- COE + C2F

- Annual Conference

- Sponsor Nations + Partners

Publish + Validate + Collaborate

(Be effective) (Sponsor Nation commitment Capacity )