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Power Projection From the Seabase Issues, Challenges, Opportunities. James N. Strock Deputy Director Expeditionary Force Development Center Marine Corps Combat Development Command Quantico, VA 22134 703-784-6094 james.strock@usmc.mil. Changing Security Environment.

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Power Projection

From the Seabase

Issues, Challenges, Opportunities

James N. Strock

Deputy Director

Expeditionary Force Development Center

Marine Corps Combat Development Command

Quantico, VA 22134

703-784-6094

james.strock@usmc.mil

changing security environment
Changing Security Environment
  • More competitors, more actors, more complex contingencies, and broader mission range
    • Global war against terrorists
    • Homeland Defense
    • Complex mix of humanitarian, peacemaking and high intensity combat
  • Greater need to deter forward, respond rapidly and operate flexibly
    • Premium on speed, flexibility and agility
    • Must defeat or avoid anti-access threats, and possess ability to operate independent of constraints in austere environments at great distance
    • Exploit our use of Global Commons (Sea, Cyber, Space)
    • Operate in chaotic “Three Block War” scenarios
operational context
Operational Context
  • Threat Complexity
    • High degree of uncertainty and ambiguity
    • Increased complexity of asymmetric threats
  • COCOM Immediate Response Capability Gaps
    • Focused, actionable intelligence and “eyes on target”
    • Rapid standup of JTF C2
    • Ability to apply tailored combat power immediately, including Special Operations
  • COCOM Rapid Response Capability Gaps
    • Tailorable, Scalable, & Modular Capabilities

Rapid Transition from Crisis to Joint Forcible Entry Operations (JFEO)

transforming naval capabilities
Today

Organize

Part of the joint force

JTF Capable

Deploy

Forcible Entry < 30 days

MEF 35 – 60 days

Employ

Port, airfield & infrastructure dependent

Dispersed or concentrated

Tomorrow

Organize

Integrate & employ Joint / Multi-National Force Packages

CTF HQ

Deploy

Forcible Entry < 14 days

MEF w/ CTF HQ < 30 days

Employ

Sea Based

Distributed and network-enabled

Transforming Naval Capabilities

Speed, Flexibility, Agility

naval capability sets task organized
Naval Capability SetsTask Organized
  • Persistent: Provide an agile & networked sea-based force, to assure allies, dissuade & deter adversaries
    • ESG w/ MEU(SOC), CSG w/CVW
  • Immediate: Generate actionable intelligence, employ joint fires, establish JTF C2, seize the initiative
    • ESG w/ MEU(SOC) - Or- CSG w/CVW: 6 hrs – 10 days
  • Rapid: Execute Joint Forcible Entry, enabling follow-on Joint Force operations
    • ESG + CSG + MPG w/ MEB = ESF: 10 - 14 days
  • Decisive: Initiate extended Major Combat Operations
    • ESF + Avail MPGs, ESGs, CSGs, MSC, ATFs w/ MEF: c20 - 30 days

Challenges  Concepts  Capabilities

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Today’s ARG / MEU(SOC)

Limited Naval Surface

Fire Support & TACAIR

Employ – Persistent & Immediate6 Hrs to 10 Days

Tomorrow's ESG w/ MEU(SOC)

Integrates & employs joint & combined force packages

JTF Enabler

Independent & mutually

supporting ops

Networked & distributed

simultaneous ops

Enhanced joint & organic combined - arms

Actionable intelligence

“Recon Pull” of the JTF/MEB

Limited Intelligence

Optimized to generate and exploit Actionable Intelligence

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Host Nation permission

Strategic independence

Needs secure port & airfield

Relies on “Iron Mountain”

At-sea arrival & assembly

Sea-based sustainment

Cornerstone of the emerging

Joint seabase

Employ – Rapid

10 to 14 Days

Today’s MPF MEB

Tomorrow’s MPG w/ MEB

USMC Specific

Optimized to Assure Access, Enable Joint Forcible Entry

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Employ - Decisive

20 to 30 Days

Today’s MEF

Tomorrow’s MEF

Deliberate deployment, delayed force closure

Accelerated deployment, employment & sustainment

MEF in 35 - 60 days

MEF in 20-30 days

Dispersed & concentrated

Distributed & networked

JTF Capable

Joint Interagency Task

Force Headquarters

Optimized for Transition to Extended Major Combat Operations

distributed operations
Distributed Operations
  • Network-enabled forces, operating as decentralized units (Squad to Battalion)
  • Applicable from Stability and Security Ops (SASO) to Joint Forcible Entry Ops
  • Capable of distributed and/or concentrated ops
  • Generating “actionable intell” in complex terrain or ambiguous situations
  • High conversion rates of information to action—greater velocity of action

“ Our most effective weapon remains the individual Marine who out-learns, out-thinks, and out-fights any adversary.”

Gen. M. W. Hagee

Additive Capability: Speed, Flexibility, Agility

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distributed operations at the operational level
Distributed OperationsAt the Operational Level

Complex and Distributed Battlespace

distributed operations at the tactical level
In addition to what we do today

“Raising the Bar”- increased tactical capabilities

Advanced training

- Patrolling

- Reconnaissance

- Targeting

Distributed

Swarming

Concentrated

Distributed OperationsAt the Tactical Level
  • Advanced technologies

- Over the horizon/On the move comm

- Hybrid powered tactical mobility

- Improved target location devices

Exploiting the Ability of Our Small Unit Leaders

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Power Projection

From the Seabase

Issues, Challenges, Opportunities

Questions ?