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Deputy Director, G8 Force Development BG Hahn Reset of the Force 9 September 2004. AGENDA. Changing Environment CSA Intent Modularity Intent Setting the Force Goals Resourcing and Equipping Strategy Summary. A Changing Environment. Changing Nature of Threat. A Strategic Pause

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Deputy Director, G8 Force Development

BG Hahn

Reset of the Force

9 September 2004

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AGENDA

  • Changing Environment
  • CSA Intent
  • Modularity Intent
  • Setting the Force Goals
  • Resourcing and Equipping Strategy
  • Summary
a changing environment
A Changing Environment

Changing Nature of Threat

A Strategic Pause

  • Short duration conflicts
  • Take risk in current force beyond core essential
  • Priority is Future Force transformation
  • Enable accelerated, but deliberate change

POM 04-09

An Army at War

  • Current force totally engaged
  • Meet pressing current needs while anticipating future ones
  • Priority is urgent need to organize and train for conflict
  • Achieve joint interdependency

POM 06-11

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csa s intent a joint and expeditionary army
CSA’s IntentA Joint and Expeditionary Army
  • 77-82 modular brigade combat teams
  • JTF-capable tactical/operational HQs
    • Reduced Echelons
    • Joint-enabled modular logistics
  • Balanced AC-RC capabilities
  • Surge-capable, stabilized, cohesive units
  • Streamlined institutional base with BRAC
  • More light infantry capability in the RC

ROTATIONAL

ROTATIONAL

71-76 Modular BCTs based in CONUS

ROTATIONAL

LEGEND

Airborne Brigade

  • Light and more deployable
  • Adaptive headquarters
  • Flexible rotational basing

Infantry Brigade

Stryker Brigade Combat Team

Armored Brigade

Army Prepositioned Stocks

Army Afloat Prepositioning Ships

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CSA’s Intent

  • No unit will be Reset to the same configuration.
  • Reset equipment left behind while the unit is deployed.
  • Take a holistic view of Army maintenance capabilities, not a local view.
  • Move out on modularity.
  • Ensure Obligation Authority level stays ahead of execution -- do not let Reset stall.
modularity
Modularity
  • Active Component changes:
    • 10 new Active Component BCTs.
    • Conversion of existing BCTs to modular UA design.
    • Conversion of all Divisions to UEx design.
    • Incur O&S costs for 10 new BCTs.
    • SECDEF will make decision on 5 remaining BCTs in FY06.
    • Endstate: 43 BCTs and 10 UEx.
  • RC changes:
    • Conversion of existing ARNG BCTs to modular UA design.
    • Conversion of existing ARNG Divisions to UEx design.
    • Endstate: 34 BCTs and 8 UEx.
  • The Army will accomplish this through a combination of supplementals, POM funding, and reprioritization of equipment, personnel, etc already funded in the Army program.
the army campaign plan 3 rd infantry division example
The Army Campaign Plan: 3rd Infantry Division Example
  • BEFORE
  • Division Centric
  • 3 Brigades
  • Enablers held at Division
  • Inadequate Joint Connectivity
  • Limited reconnaissance, intelligence, surveillance and target acquisition
  • AFTER
  • Brigade Centric
  • 4 Modular BCTs
  • Enablers embedded
  • Joint Connectivity
  • Robust reconnaissance, intelligence, surveillance and target acquisition (3X)

Brigade

Modular BCT

Redeploy

Training

Combined Arms and

Joint Training

Deployed

Deploy

Force Stability

Individual & Collective

Available to Deploy

Conversion

E-Date: C3

E+90: Manned & Equipped to Standard

E+180: Trained to Standard

12 Month Reset Model

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the army campaign plan
The Army Campaign Plan

First Unit Equipped

  • Increased Joint Combat Capability
  • Globally Managed Deployments
  • Improved Versatility
  • Modular AC/RC Design
  • Increased Readiness
  • Increases Stability

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Setting the Force

  • A Senior Leader Process.
  • A forum to integrate and synchronize DOTLMPF to support the ACP.
  • Focus is strategy and plans to provide solutions to equipment requirements.
  • Synchronized to support other senior leadership decision processes.
  • A partnership among the ARSTAFF, Reserve Components, and MACOMs.
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Transformation

SETTING THE FORCE

Mission Areas (OIPT)

APS

Theater C4

Infrastructure

Theater Augmentation Sets

AMC Depot Seeds

FY05 Supplemental

(FY05 Pres Bud/marks)

Reconstitution

Modularity

Building

Capabilities

“The Army Campaign Plan”

Iraqi Army

Equipment

Restationing

OIF3/OEF6

“Smart Reset” Planning

ONS

OIF & OEF

Resourcing

DRAFT

Pre-decisional

as of 11 Aug 04

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XX

XX

III

X

XX

X

V

V

Infantry

UA

UA

XX

XX

XX

XX

X

X

X

X

X

III

Standardizing the Force

Current Units designed to provide a specific capability, new units will be broad spectrum.

Seven division designs to a more capable Unit of Employment:

  • Armored (heavy)
  • Mechanized Infantry (heavy)
  • Cavalry (heavy)
  • Light Infantry (light)
  • Airborne Infantry (light)
  • Air Assault Infantry (light)
  • Medium (Composite)

UEX

Unit of Employment

Eight brigade/regiment designs to three Unit of Action designs:

  • Armored (heavy)
  • Mechanized Infantry (heavy)
  • Cavalry (heavy)
  • Cavalry (light)
  • Light Infantry (light)
  • Airborne Infantry (light)
  • Air Assault Infantry (light)
  • Stryker (Medium)

Armored

UA

UA

Stryker

Brigade Units of Action

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Equipping Challenges

  • Modernization to Current Program Level
  • Maneuvering Resources to Reach S-1 at E+90
  • Competition of Resources (GWOT vs. Modularity)
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Equipping Challenges

Competing Requirements

Who gets the truck?

Reset

Stay back

RECAP/

SEED

Modularity

OEF

OIF

APS

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Resourcing and Equipping Strategy

INFORMED BY *ASPB, FEASABILITY REVIEW, AND RESET THE FORCE GOSC DECISONS

  • Resources consistent with HQDA priorities
    • GWOT / ONS
    • TRADOC
    • Modularity
    • Reset The Force
  • Overarching guidelines
    • Cross level internally
    • Use available excess equipment external to the transforming units (including

pre-positioned sets and depot stocks)

    • Consider “in lieu of” equipment where the required capability can be met,

either temporarily or permanently

    • Refurbish equipment
    • New procurement
  • Things we’re working hard:
    • Trucks
    • SINCGARS
    • Crew served weapons

* Army Strategic Planning Board

summary
Summary
  • Our environment has changed so the Army is becoming more Expeditionary.
  • Modularity is the way we will change.
  • Setting the Force covers a broad spectrum of events to integrate and synchronize the ACP.
  • Shortages require cascading throughout the force.
csa s intent the army campaign plan
CSA’s Intent The Army Campaign Plan
  • The overarching plan to transform the Army to:
    • Build a campaign-quality Army with joint and expeditionary capabilities in this decade
    • Provide relevant and ready land power to combatant commanders and Joint Forces
    • Sustain operational support to combatant commanders.
    • Maintain the quality of the all-Volunteer Force
  • By Regenerating combat power while increasing capability:
    • Regenerating Combat Power = Reconstitution = Reset
    • Increase capability by:
      • Reorganizing into modular formations
      • Taking a holistic view of readiness:
        • Soldiers – Force Stabilization; Recruiting and Retention; End Strength
        • Equipment – Fix forward; leverage depots, augmentation of contractors & installation assets; reset and modernize systems; munitions & commodities
        • Training – Training and certifying new Units of Action and Units of Employment
      • Leveraging budgets, supplemental appropriations and Army Program to fund reset