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World Wide Chemical Conference The Chemical Corps… Beyond NBC 15 Oct 04. LTG William S. Wallace Commander. Combined Arms Center. Agenda. The Threat What Saddam had… The Psychology of Chemical Warfare V Corps Task Organization V Corps Battlespace Sensitive Sites in V Corps Battlespace

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world wide chemical conference the chemical corps beyond nbc 15 oct 04

World Wide Chemical ConferenceThe Chemical Corps…Beyond NBC15 Oct 04

LTG William S. WallaceCommander

Combined Arms Center

agenda
Agenda
  • The Threat
    • What Saddam had…
  • The Psychology of Chemical Warfare
  • V Corps Task Organization
  • V Corps Battlespace
    • Sensitive Sites in V Corps Battlespace
  • Homeland Security
  • Warrior Ethos

Combined Arms Center

the threat general characterization
The Threat – General Characterization
  • War is the norm, peace is the exception
  • Our adversaries seek adaptive advantage through asymmetry
  • We have peer competitors in niche areas
  • Conventional Force on Force conflicts are still possible
  • There is an enormous pool of potential combatants armed with irreconcilable ideas
  • Our homeland is part of the battlespace
  • We are adapting to these challenges NOW

Combined Arms Center

slide4

The Threat –

Weapons of Mass Effects

Traditional: Chemical, Biological, Nuclear

Non-Traditional:

Toxic Industrial Chemicals / Materials

Sensitive Sites

did saddam have wmd

“Chemical Ali”

Did Saddam have WMD?

Does it really

make a

difference?

Uranium Oxide “Yellow Cake”

We know he had the

capacityto weaponize

chemical and biological agents and the history of use

slide6

FOB

FOB

51

V Corps

Battlespace

Tikrit

XXXX

PL

NEW YORK

Ba’qubah

Baghdad

REDSKINS

XX

HM

LIONS

PL

MAINE

SAINTS

PL MARYLAND

FOB 3

PEACH

Al Kut

CHARGERS

XXXX

XX

Karbala

ME

Cyprus

PL VIRGINIA

PL UTAH

5

TAA

NASHVILLE

PL

PENNSYLVANIA

X

Ad Diwaniyah

An Najaf

LSA

BUSHMASTER

XXXX

As Samawah

PL

CAROLINA

An Nasiriyah

11

PL

GEORGIA

Adder

OIL FIELDS

PL MARYLAND

XXX

XXX

PL UTAH

PL

FLORIDA

PL CAROLINA

PL GEORGIA

KUWAIT

PL FLORIDA

slide7

SSE SITE =

PLANNED SSE EXPLOITATION =

I I I

X

11

6-6

X

X

X

X

X

X

1-227

HAM

17

MED

MED

MED

14

14

14

MED

MED

MED

2

2

10

XXX

VCA

XX

117

16

18

94

3

X

X

X

3

1

2

II

3

7

XX

XXX

101

8

15

7

3

6

7

4

5

PLANNED BYPASSED SSE SITE =

OVERWATCH =

GRAPHIC ESTIMATE SKETCH

0D (D+5)

0F (D+7)

0G (D+8)

0E (D+6)

ATO

CC

SSMs

Personalities

TST

CFLCC

RGFC C2

43 BDE/AL NIDA

10 BDE/MED

ARTY/HAM

15 BDE/HAM

8 BDE/HAM

ARTY/HAM

AI

ARTY/HAM

ARTY/14, 10 , 2 BDE /MED

ARTY/14, 2 BDE /MED

15 BDE/HAM

10 BDE/MED

CORPS CAS

Supporting Arty/ MNVR

Supporting Arty/ MNVR

Supporting Arty/ MNVR

Supporting Arty/ MNVR

2-6

BPT

CAS

101ABN / 11AHR

3ID / 101ABN / 11AHR

SEAD

ADA/14, 2 BDE/MEDINA

SEAD C2

ADA

SEAD

ADA/14, 2 BDE/MEDINA

SEAD C2

ADA

IO

MED ABDN EQ

CIV - Stay Put/Away from MIL OPS

MED/HAM ABDN EQ

CIV - Stay Put/Away from MIL OPS

MED/HAM ABDN EQ

CIV - Stay Put/Away from MIL OPS

MED ABDN EQ

CIV - Stay Put/Away from MIL OPS

O/O RIP WITH TF TARAWA

SECURE LOCS FROM LSA ADDER TO OBJ RAMS

OBJ

RAMS

Commit 3ID to Destroy Medina

BPT ATK TO DESTROY 14 BDE/MED

OBJ

PEACH

FEINT

LOA

PL MARYLAND

Ah Samawah

BPT FOLLOW AND ASSUME ME

COMMIT 101 TO FOB 5

SECURE

SEIZE

FOB 5

SHELL

SEIZE

OBJ

LIONS

(-)

SHELL

BASTOGNE

ATK HELOS

BPT

1 MARDIV FPOL W/ TF TARAWA

O/O RIP TF TARAWA 3/3ID

ATK AND SEIZES

JALLIBAH

QALAT SIKAR

1 MEF

JSTARS

HUNTER ESTABLISHED RAMS

UAV (Hunter)

GUARD RAIL

U2

PREDATOR

LIGHT

03

09

15

21

03

09

15

21

03

09

21

03

15

15

09

21

TIME

DAY

G+4

G+5

G+3

G+2

O/O FSCL PL NY

O/O FSCL PL VERMONT

MEF RIP & Boundary Shift

O/O FSCL PL Maine

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V (US) CORPSOPERATION IRAQI FREEDOMTask Organization -- Chemical Units

V Corps (1 May 2003)

Headquarters & Headquarters Co

Battalion (Prov V Corps Special Troops)

450th Chemical Battalion

59th Chemical Co (Smoke/Decon) (Attached) (-), 10th Mtn Div

7th Chemical Co (BIDS) (-)

371st Chemical Co (Smoke/Decon)

3/51st Chemical Co (Recon)

3/59th Chemical (Smoke/Decon)

4/59th Chemical (Smoke/Decon)

6/68th Chemical Co (Smoke) (Attached), 1st Cav Div

51st Chemical Co (Recon) (-) (Attached)

314th Chemical Co (Smoke/Decon)

V Corps Rear Detachment (Kuwait)

2nd Chemical Battalion Rear Detachment

450th Chemical Battalion Rear Detachment (Camp VIRGINIA)

task org chemical units cont d
Task Org -- Chemical Units – Cont’d

3rd Infantry Division (Mechanized)

92nd Chemical Co

101st Airborne Division (Air Assault)

63rd Chemical Co (Smoke)

82nd Airborne Division (-)

2/21st Chemical Co (Smoke/Decon)

1/63rd Chemical Co (Smoke)

D/21st Chemical Co (Smoke/Decon)

4th Infantry Division (Mech)

2nd Chemical Battalion (Attached)

11th Chemical Co (Smoke/Decon)

46th Chemical Co (Mech Smoke) (-)

1/3/44th Chemical Co (NBC Recon)

44th Chemical Co (Recon/Decon) (-)

2/G/1-10th Cavalry (NBC Recon)

2/46th Chemical Co (Mech Smoke)

4/46th Chemical Co (Mech Smoke)

1/G/1-10th Cavalry (NBC Recon)

1/46th Chemical Co (Mech Smoke)

3rd Armored Cavalry Regiment

89th Chemical Co (Smoke/Decon/Recon)

the psychology of chemical warfare
The Psychology of Chemical Warfare

Chemical protection was the #1 issue

on the mind of every soldier

Loss of identity in MOPP 4

First time use of new equipment

Fear

Concerns about ability to detect

Claustrophobia

Combined Arms Center

homeland security
Homeland Security
  • The lead federal agent is probably not the Army…
  • But, the nation will turn to the military for chemical expertise
  • Consequence Management
  • Learn from others in the CBRNE “business”

Combined Arms Center

warrior ethos
Warrior Ethos

A Soldier is a Soldier, regardless of MOS

Combined Arms Center