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  1. FM 7-0 Training for Full Spectrum Operations Combined Arms Center for Training

  2. FM 7-0 Staffing 2006 2007 2008 Feb 07 1st Draft Staffed May 06 Issue Paper #1 Revision Concept Dec 07 – Jan 08 PME Student Survey June 07 2nd Draft Staffed Aug 07 VCSA Update Sep 07 CSA Update July 08 ATLDC May 06 Issue Paper #2 Principles of Training Feb 08 - 4-star conf. (FM 7-0 review) CADD edit Mar 07 TDCC IV Nov 07 4-star review Sep 06 Issue Paper #3 (Training & Leader Development) Mar 08 CSA Focus Group (AWC & ILE/SAMS) APD edit April 08 3-star conference Joint GO conference Dec 07 CSA update May 08 CSA Final Review June 07 TLGOSC June 08 Army-wide staffing Dec 06 Issue Paper #4 (Training to Conduct FSO) FM 7-0 Published Roadshow May - August July - Dec July - Dec Jan - June Jan - June May - Dec 16 DEC Rewrite Process Similar to FM 3-0 Blue = future events 2

  3. Army Training Network (TKN) Concept • Development Guidance . . . • Ensure it applies to the entire Army • Reduce the size • Focus on the principles • Move Tactics, Techniques, & Procedures to FM 7-1 • Make FM 7-1 web-based • Address generating force support to operating force Consolidated TRAINING FOR FULL SPECTRUM OPERATIONS The ‘What’ of Training 60 pages 122 pages Tactics, Techniques & Procedures • Doctrine • Examples • Best practices • Easily updated • Collaboratively • Reviewed, as needed • Solutions to • training challenges The ‘How To’ of Training 243 pages

  4. The BIG Ideas • Principles: Train as You Will Fight • “Fight” includes lethal/nonlethal • Develop agile leaders, comfortable with ambiguity • Change The Army’s Training Mindset (Training is Different) • Driven by FM 3-0 Operations • No return to a strict focus on major combat operations – offense and defense • Train an expeditionary Army; develop agile leaders • Train for full spectrum operations as depicted by the Aim Point • Training must focus on most important tasks • Core Mission Essential Task List • CMETL establishes training focus before a unit trains for a directed mission • CMETL constant, but training conditions and supporting tasks to be trained based on single operational theme 4

  5. The BIG Ideas • Directed METL • DMETL establishes training focus for a unit’s directed mission • DMETL conditions and supporting tasks to be trained based on the conditions for the directed mission • Core METL is a start point for developing DMETL • Commanders’ Dialogue • Between commanders before conducting the training briefing and finalizing the contract • Clarify expectations and requirements • Specific collective tasks to train • Conditions for training tasks • Resources required for training • Higher assumes risk on those tasks not to • be trained • Flexibility for Commanders • Commanders determine the time & frequency of training management events 5

  6. Other Changes • NEW concepts: • Training the Modular Force • Design may require outside expertise • Training relationships • ARFORGEN concept • Gaming & Live-Virtual-Constructive Training Environment • CTCs as a “bridge” between Generating Force and Operating Force • Generating force support to units • CHANGED concepts: • Principles of training; added tenets • Training management model • More discussion of training domains, leader development, and Civilian Education System • Battle Command training • Crawl-walk-run 6

  7. FM 7-0 Way Ahead • Continue Announcing FM 7-0 publication to the Army: • Release at Training GOSC (Done) • Focus on internal audience • Professional journals • Blogs (Done) • Stand-to (Done) • Special distribution • Tailor briefings for schools/centers and operating force IAW organizational needs • Team available for briefings • Briefings in conjunction with Army Training Network roadshow • On site or VTC, as requested • IOC for Army Training Network . . . 16 March 2009 7

  8. Questions

  9. Synched with FM 3-0 Operational Concept Army forces combine offensive, defensive, and stability or civil support operations simultaneously as part of an interdependent Joint force to seize, retain, and exploit the initiative, accepting prudent risk to create opportunities to achieve decisive results. They employ synchronized action—lethal and non-lethal—proportional to the mission, and informed by a thorough understanding of all variables of the operational environment. Mission command that conveys intent and an appreciation of all aspects of the situation guides the adaptive use of Army forces. OPERATIONS Common Themes Common Themes TRAINING FOR FULL SPECTRUM OPERATIONS 9

  10. Contents Chapter 1 Full spectrum operations . . . Changing the Army Mindset Chapter 2 Principles and Tenets • Chapter 3: Army Training System • Training the Army • Foundations of Army Training • Training and Discipline • Training and Education • Lifecycle Training of Soldiers and Civilians • Army Training and Leader • Development Model • Training Domains • Institutional • Operational • Self-development TRAINING FOR FULL SPECTRUM OPERATIONS • Chapter 4: Army Training Management • Force Generation • Training the Modular Force • Mission Focus • Leader Roles in Training • METL Development • Mission-Essential Task Training • Army Training Management Model • Prepare • Plan • Execute • Assess

  11. Aim Point SPECTRUM OF CONFLICT Stable Peace Unstable Peace General War Insurgency Increasing Violence OPERATIONAL THEMES FULL SPECTRUM OPERATIONS Offense Offense Stability Offense Stability Offense Stability Defense Defense Defense Stability Defense 11

  12. Instrumented feedback Real People in a Real Environment LIVE Simulated People in a Simulated Environment Real People in a Simulated Environment CONSTRUCTIVE VIRTUAL The LVC Training Environment (TE) • Supports full spectrum training • Prepares units/Soldiers for a higher entry-level capability for live training • Facilitates rehearsals • Increases training realism • Expands the training “area of operations” • Allows rapid repetition of tasks under varying conditions

  13. GamingTraining Capability Gaps Inexpensive, rapidly developed . . . • Individual and leader training on specific skills in realistic environments; e.g., • leader development • culture & language training • troop leading procedures • mediation and negotiation • rapid decision making • ROE & escalation of force • Small unit training in realistic environments; e.g., • traffic control point operations • counter-IED operations • battle drills • mission planning and rehearsal Need to leverage the power of gaming engines 13

  14. A Game Prototype Commanders’ Integrated Training Environment (CITE) • $10M FY08/09 funding • Acquisition effort • Increased capability • Rapid geo-specific terrain • Stimulates digital comms • Real-time scenario editing • 3D After Action Review • from any view 3D Birdseye View 2D Birdseye View Virtual Simulators Constructive Simulations Black Box Translator Army & Joint C2 Systems C2 Interface 14

  15. Training Relationships in the Modular Force “Army force packages will often be composed of units from multiple commands and installations. As a result, units will be influenced by multiple commanders. These commanders will have influence in the development, resourcing and execution of unit training plans and preparation of units for deployment, but unit commanders are ultimately responsible for training, performance, and readiness of their units.” “… home station training responsibilities … remain more static than dynamic to minimize ARFORGEN C2 turbulence in the pre-deployment period. Commanders retain unit training responsibility even after subordinate units are mission-sourced into an expeditionary force package. Commanders of force packages … influence … training by exercising coordinating authority . . . with the higher . . . commander responsible for providing the unit to the Force Package Commander. …training responsibility changes to the Force Package Commander … upon assignment or attachment. After attachment, the force package HQ should provide a periodic training and readiness summary of the unit to the losing HQ … to facilitate the planning of reset activities.”

  16. Principles of Training New Current • Commanders and Other Leaders are Responsible for Training • Commanders are Responsible for Training Ten Seven • NCOs Train Individuals, Crews, and Small Teams • NCOs Train Individuals, Crews, and Small Teams • Train as a Combined Arms and Joint Team Added Tenets • Train as You Will Fight • Train for Combat Proficiency • Train to Standard using Appropriate Doctrine • Train to Standard • Train using Multiechelon Techniques • Conduct Multiechelon Training • Train to Maintain and Sustain • Train to Sustain • Train to Sustain Proficiency • Train to Develop Leaders • Train to Develop Agile Leaders & Organizations • Train to Adapt 16

  17. Principles of Training Tenets Ten Seven New Current • Commanders and Other Leaders are Responsible for Training • Commanders are Responsible for Training • NCOs Train Individuals, Crews, and Small Teams • NCOs Train Individuals, Crews, and Small Teams • Tenets • Commanders are the unit’s primary training managers and primary trainers • Commanders train their direct subordinate units and guide and evaluate training two echelons down. • A leader’s primary objective is to train subordinates and organizations for mission success • Leaders motivate their subordinates toward excellence and encourage initiative and innovation. • Leaders place high priority on training and leader development • Leaders ensure training is executed to standard • Leaders continually assess individual and organization proficiency • Leaders enforce safety and manage risks • Train as a Combined Arms and Joint Team • Train as You Will Fight • Train for Combat Proficiency • Train to Standard using Appropriate Doctrine • Train to Standard • Train using Multiechelon Techniques • Conduct Multiechelon Training • Train to Maintain and Sustain • Train to Sustain • Train to Sustain Proficiency • Train to Develop Leaders • Train to Develop Agile Leaders & Organizations • Train to Adapt 17

  18. Principles of Training Tenets Ten Seven New Current • Commanders and Other Leaders are Responsible for Training • Commanders are Responsible for Training • NCOs Train Individuals, Crews, and Small Teams • NCOs Train Individuals, Crews, and Small Teams • Train as a Combined Arms and Joint Team • Tenets • Training is a primary duty of NCOs; NCOs turn guidance into action. • NCOs must identify Soldier, crew, and small-team tasks and help identify unit collective tasks that support the unit’s mission-essential tasks. • NCOs provide and enforce standards-based, performance-oriented, and mission-focused training. • NCOs focus on sustaining strengths and improving weaknesses. • NCOs develop junior NCOs and assist officers in developing junior officers. • Train as You Will Fight • Train for Combat Proficiency • Train to Standard using Appropriate Doctrine • Train to Standard • Train using Multiechelon Techniques • Conduct Multiechelon Training • Train to Maintain and Sustain • Train to Sustain • Train to Sustain Proficiency • Train to Develop Leaders • Train to Develop Agile Leaders & Organizations • Train to Adapt 18

  19. Principles of Training Tenets Ten Seven New Current • Tenets • Train for full spectrum operations and quick transitions between missions. • Train for proficiency in combined arms and unified action operations. • Train the fundamentals first. • Make training performance-oriented, realistic, and mission-focused. • Train for challenging, complex, ambiguous, and uncomfortable situations. • Integrate safety and CRM throughout training. • Determine and use the right mix of live-virtual-constructive (L-V-C) training environments and gaming solutions to replicate the OE chosen to provide the appropriate conditions for a particular training event. • Train while deployed. • Commanders and Other Leaders are Responsible for Training • Commanders are Responsible for Training • NCOs Train Individuals, Crews, and Small Teams • NCOs Train Individuals, Crews, and Small Teams • Train as a Combined Arms and Joint Team • Train as You Will Fight • Train for Combat Proficiency • Train to Standard using Appropriate Doctrine • Train to Standard • Train using Multiechelon Techniques • Conduct Multiechelon Training • Train to Maintain and Sustain • Train to Sustain • Train to Sustain Proficiency • Train to Develop Leaders • Train to Develop Agile Leaders & Organizations • Train to Adapt 19

  20. Principles of Training Tenets Ten Seven New Current • Commanders and Other Leaders are Responsible for Training • Commanders are Responsible for Training • NCOs Train Individuals, Crews, and Small Teams • NCOs Train Individuals, Crews, and Small Teams • Train as a Combined Arms and Joint Team • Train as You Will Fight • Train for Combat Proficiency • Train to Standard using Appropriate Doctrine • Train to Standard • Train using Multiechelon Techniques • Conduct Multiechelon Training • Tenets • Leaders must know and enforce standards. • Leaders define success where standards have not been established. • Leaders train to standard, not to time. • Train to Maintain and Sustain • Train to Sustain • Train to Sustain Proficiency • Train to Develop Leaders • Train to Develop Agile Leaders & Organizations • Train to Adapt 20

  21. Principles of Training Tenets Ten Seven New Current • Commanders and Other Leaders are Responsible for Training • Commanders are Responsible for Training • NCOs Train Individuals, Crews, and Small Teams • NCOs Train Individuals, Crews, and Small Teams • Train as a Combined Arms and Joint Team • Train as You Will Fight • Train for Combat Proficiency • Train to Standard using Appropriate Doctrine • Train to Standard • Train using Multiechelon Techniques • Conduct Multiechelon Training • Train to Maintain and Sustain • Train to Sustain • Train to Sustain Proficiency • Train to Develop Leaders • Train to Develop Agile Leaders & Organizations • Train to Adapt 21

  22. Principles of Training Tenets Ten Seven New Current • Commanders and Other Leaders are Responsible for Training • Commanders are Responsible for Training • Tenets • Individual, equipment, and organizational maintenance must be part of every training event. • Equipment maintenance is the cornerstone of sustainment. • Soldiers and civilians must maintain entire systems. • Leaders must train and retrain critical tasks to sustain proficiency. • Train to sustain core individual and collective skills and knowledge. • Sustain leader presence. • Train staffs routinely. • Leaders must develop a sense of stewardship in Soldiers and civilians. • Preventable loss is unacceptable. • NCOs Train Individuals, Crews, and Small Teams • NCOs Train Individuals, Crews, and Small Teams • Train as a Combined Arms and Joint Team • Train as You Will Fight • Train for Combat Proficiency • Train to Standard using Appropriate Doctrine • Train to Standard • Train using Multiechelon Techniques • Conduct Multiechelon Training • Train to Maintain and Sustain • Train to Sustain • Train to Sustain Proficiency • Train to Develop Leaders • Train to Develop Agile Leaders & Organizations • Train to Adapt 22

  23. Principles of Training Tenets Ten Seven New Current • Commanders and Other Leaders are Responsible for Training • Commanders are Responsible for Training • NCOs Train Individuals, Crews, and Small Teams • NCOs Train Individuals, Crews, and Small Teams • Tenets • Train leaders in the art and science of battle command. • Train leaders who can execute mission command. • Develop an expeditionary mindset in Soldiers. • Educate leaders to think. • Train leaders and organizations to adapt to changing mission roles and responsibilities. • Create a “freedom to learn” environment. • Provide subordinates with feedback. • Train as a Combined Arms and Joint Team • Train as You Will Fight • Train for Combat Proficiency • Train to Standard using Appropriate Doctrine • Train to Standard • Train using Multiechelon Techniques • Conduct Multiechelon Training • Train to Maintain and Sustain • Train to Sustain • Train to Sustain Proficiency • Train to Develop Leaders • Train to Develop Agile Leaders & Organizations • Train to Adapt 23

  24. Complementary Nature of the Training Domains Competent in core proficiencies Culturally aware & astute. Joint, Interagency & Combined Courageous & opportunistic Able to operate across spectrum of conflict Agile Leaders • Agile, expeditionary leaders • Integrated, complementary nature of the training domains is necessary for development of individuals and units capable of full spectrum operations • Generating force support to the operating force is essential. • Leader development applies to Soldiers and Civilians 24

  25. Staff Training • Commanders and staffs must be agile leaders • Focus on the C2 Warfighting Function and digital capability • Train to be able to integrate into a force package for unified actions • Train to integrate modular units • Train to digital standards and integrate w/other digital systems Staff is a weapons system . . . . . . Exercise it often to maintain readiness 25

  26. METL Development CMETL CMETL DMETL DMETL CMETL CMETL DMETL DMETL Core Capabilities Tasks Core Tasks Commanders Guidance Commanders Guidance + + • • Oriented Oriented on on TO&E/TDA TO&E/TDA Mission Mission Adjust Adjust Essential tasks related Essential tasks related to: to: when when Based on Units Based on Units enduring enduring capabilities capabilities • • assigned assigned Named Named operation operation • • a a “ “ What the unit was designed to What the unit was designed to do do ” ” • • Specific OPORD Specific OPORD , OPLAN or , OPLAN or • • Directed Directed Mission or in conjunction with Cdr Mission CONPLAN CONPLAN Addresses Addresses Full Spectrum Operations Full Spectrum Operations • • + + + + General General Tasks Tasks General General Tasks Tasks Task applicable to all units Task applicable to all units Required for Required for In Full Spectrum Operations In Full Spectrum Operations Directed Mission Directed Mission • A unit can train to only one METL at a time • Train on CMETL until directed to switch to DMETL 26

  27. Notional CMETL and Supporting Tasks CMETL = Core Capabilities METs (CCMET) + General METs (GMET) 27

  28. Focus Tasks with BC Model 28

  29. DMETL Development

  30. Commanders’ Dialogue When: Before the training briefing • Who: • Commander • Next higher Cdr with ADCON • How: • One-on-one • In person/VTC/phone • What: • Commander’s assessment of CMETL • Tasks to train • Conditions to replicate • Resources required • Risks • Reset issues • Timeline to achieve CMETL readiness objectives • Readiness assessment— gate-dependent Example Provided Why: To get buy-in on training azimuth beforetraining briefing

  31. ASSESS ASSESS ASSESS FEEDBACK FEEDBACK PLAN EXECUTE METL FEEDBACK FEEDBACK ASSESS ASSESS PREPARE FEEDBACK Old Training Management Model FM 3-0 New 31

  32. Flexibility for Commanders • Command Training Guidance • Previous: Specific timeframes • Now: Published as appropriate • Training Meetings • Previous: Weekly • Now: As required (recommend weekly) • Training Briefings • Previous:Quarterly/Yearly • Now: As required by Commander • Time Management Cycles • Previous: Red/Amber/Green, Mission/Train/Support • Now: Installation-specific 32

  33. Combined Arms Training Strategies • Descriptive - Cdr’s tailor to unit needs • Provides Core METL • Task based - event driven • Links collective and individual tasks • Multi-echelon, gated (crawl, walk, run) • Identifies required training resources • Links unit training and HQDA OPTEMPO models UNIT (OPERATIONAL) CATS SELF DEVELOPMENT CATS INDIVIDUAL (INSTITUTIONAL) CATS • Prescriptive and Descriptive • Individual focused • Program not mature yet • Directed or self motivated • Supports leader development • Supports life-long learning • Prescriptive - drives institutional POIs • Task-based • MOS, ASI, & SSI specific individual training programs • Identifies training resource requirements Accessed through the Digital Training Management System

  34. Corps CMETL CORE MISSION: The corps deploys, conducts full spectrum operations as part of a Joint Task Force and on order redeploys. In order of priority, it operates as a Intermediate Tactical HQ, JTF, JFLC. DOCTRINAL MISSION: The corps deploys, conducts full spectrum operations as part of a Joint Task Force and on order redeploys. In order of priority, it operates as a Intermediate Tactical HQ, JTF, JFLC. • GMETS • Conduct Command and Control • Plan an Operation • Prepare for an Operation • Execute an Operation • Assess an Operation • Protect the Force • Conduct Local Security Operations • Employ Survivability Measures • Employ CBRN Protection Measures • Conduct Personnel Recovery Operations • Provide Sustainment • Conduct Logistics Support • Conduct Human Resources Support • Provide Health Service Support • CCMETS • Conduct Offensive Operations • Conduct a Movement to Contact • Conduct an Attack • Conduct an Exploitation • Conduct Defensive Operations • Conduct an Area Defense • Conduct a Mobile Defense • Conduct Stability Operations • Support Civil Security • Establish Civil Control • Provide Essential Services • Conduct Civil Support (US Based Units Only) • Provide Support in Response to Disaster • Conduct Information Engagement • Conduct Psychological Operations • Conduct Public Affairs Operations • Provide Visual Information Support • Develop and Maintain Alliance and Regional Relations

  35. Division CMETL CORE MISSION: The division deploys, conducts full spectrum operations as part of a Joint Task Force and on order redeploys. In order of priority, it operates as a Tactical HQ, ARFOR, JFLC, JTF. DOCTRINAL MISSION: The division deploys, conducts full spectrum operations as part of a Joint Task Force and on order redeploys. In order of priority, it operates as a Tactical HQ, ARFOR, JFLC, JTF. • GMETS • Conduct Command and Control • Plan an Operation • Prepare for an Operation • Execute an Operation • Assess an Operation • Protect the Force • Conduct Local Security Operations • Employ Survivability Measure • Employ CBRN Protection Measures • Conduct Personnel Recovery Operations • Provide Sustainment • Conduct Logistics Support • Conduct Human Resources Support • Provide Health Service Support • CCMETS • Conduct Offensive Operations • Conduct a Movement to Contact • Conduct an Attack • Conduct an Exploitation • Conduct Defensive Operations • Conduct an Area Defense • Conduct a Mobile Defense • Conduct Stability Operations • Support Civil Security • Establish Civil Control • Provide Essential Services • Conduct Civil Support (US Based Units Only) • Provide Support in Response to Disaster • Coordinate & Integrate Joint/Multinational Interagency Support • Conduct Information Engagement • Conduct Psychological Operations • Conduct Public Affairs Operations • Provide Visual Information Support • Develop and Maintain Alliance and Regional Relations

  36. Infantry BDE Combat Team CMETL CORE MISSION: To disrupt or destroy enemy military forces, control land areas including populations and resources and be prepared to conduct combat operations to protect US national interests. (SRC 77300G000) DOCTRINAL MISSIONS: Offense, Defense, Stability Operations, Security Operations. • GMETS • Conduct Command and Control • Plan an Operation • Prepare for an Operation • Execute an Operation • Assess an Operation • Protect the Force • Conduct Local Security Operations • Employ Survivability Measures • Employ CBRN Protection Measures • Conduct Personnel Recovery Operations • Provide Sustainment • Conduct Logistics Support • Conduct Human Resources Support • Provide Health Service Support • CCMETS • Conduct Offensive Operations • Conduct an Attack • Conduct a Movement to Contact • Conduct Air Assault • Conduct Airborne Assault (ABN BDEs only) • Conduct Defensive Operations • Conduct an Area Defense • Conduct Stability Operations • Establish Civil Security • Conduct Security Operations • Conduct Security Operations (includes Screen and Guard) • Conduct Area Security Operations • Conduct Information Engagement • Employ Fires • Conduct Fires Planning • Provide Lethal Fires and Non-lethal Fires • Perform Counter Fire Operations

  37. Stryker BDE Combat Team CMETL CORE MISSION: To disrupt or destroy enemy military forces, control land areas including populations and resources and be prepared to conduct combat operations to protect US national interests. (SRC 47100F400) DOCTRINAL MISSIONS: Offense, Defense, Stability Operations, Security Operations. • CCMETS • Conduct Offensive Operations • Conduct an Attack • Conduct a Movement to Contact • Conduct Air Assault • Conduct Defensive Operations • Conduct an Area Defense • Conduct Stability Operations • Establish Civil Security • Conduct Security Operations • Conduct Security Operations (includes Screen and Guard) • Conduct Area Security Operations • Conduct Information Engagement • Employ Fires • Conduct Fires Planning • Provide Lethal Fires and Non-lethal Fires • Perform Counter Fire Operations • GMETS • Conduct Command and Control • Plan an Operation • Prepare for an Operation • Execute an Operation • Assess an Operation • Protect the Force • Conduct Local Security Operations • Employ Survivability Measures • Employ CBRN Protection Measures • Conduct Personnel Recovery Operations • Provide Sustainment • Conduct Logistics Support • Conduct Human Resources Support • Provide Health Service Support

  38. Heavy BDE Combat Team CMETL CORE MISSION: To disrupt or destroy enemy military forces, control land areas including populations and resources and be prepared to conduct combat operations to protect US national interests. - 87300G000 (HBCT TOE) DOCTRINAL MISSIONS: Offense, Defense, Stability Operations, Security Operations. • GMETS • Conduct Command and Control • Plan an Operation • Prepare for an Operation • Execute an Operation • Assess an Operation • Protect the Force • Conduct Local Security Operations • Employ Survivability Measures • Employ CBRN Protection Measures • Conduct Personnel Recovery Operations • Provide Sustainment • Conduct Logistics Support • Conduct Human Resources Support • Provide Health Service Support • CCMETS • Conduct Offensive Operations • Conduct a Movement to Contact • Conduct an Attack • Conduct Defensive Operations • Conduct an Area Defense • Conduct Stability Operations • Establish Civil Security • Conduct Security Operations • Conduct a Screen • Conduct a Guard Mission • Conduct Area Security Operations • Conduct Information Engagement • Employ Fires • Conduct Fires Planning • Provide Lethal Fires and Non-lethal Fires • Perform Counter Fire Operations

  39. ACR CMETL CORE MISSION: To provide a combined arms combat maneuver force, with organic combat service support, to perform reconnaissance and security operations, and to conduct economy of force roles. (FM 17-95) DOCTRINAL MISSIONS:Offensive Operations, Stability Operations. • CCMETS • Conduct Tactical Reconnaissance • Conduct Area/Zone Reconnaissance • Conduct Security Operations • Conduct a Screen • Conduct Guard Operations • Conduct Cover Operations • Conduct Area Security Operations • Conduct Offensive Operations • Conduct a Movement to Contact • Conduct an Attack • Conduct Stability Operations • Establish Civil Security • Conduct Information Engagement • Employ Fires • Conduct Fires Planning • Provide Lethal Fires and Non-lethal Fires • Perform Counter Fire Operations • GMETS • Conduct Command and Control • Plan an Operation • Prepare for an Operation • Execute an Operation • Assess an Operation • Protect the Force • Conduct Local Security Operations • Employ Survivability Measures • Employ CBRN Protection Measures • Conduct Personnel Recovery Operations • Provide Sustainment • Conduct Logistics Support • Conduct Human Resources Support • Provide Health Service Support

  40. Battlefield Surveillance BDE CMETL CORE MISSION: The BfSB conducts intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance operations to enable the supported commander to precisely focus joint combat power and simultaneously execute current operations while preparing for future operations. DOCTRINAL MISSION: Perform Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance • CCMETS • Perform Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance • Perform Intelligence Synchronization • Perform Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance Integration • Conduct Tactical Reconnaissance • Conduct Surveillance • Support to Targeting • Provide Intelligence Support to Targeting • Provide Intelligence Support to Combat Assessment • Operations Security • Conduct Counterintelligence Operations • GMETS • Conduct Command and Control • Plan an Operation • Prepare for an Operation • Execute an Operation • Assess an Operation • Protect the Force • Conduct Local Security Operations • Employ Survivability Measure • Employ CBRN Protection Measures • Conduct Personnel Recovery Operations • Provide Sustainment • Conduct Logistics Support • Conduct Human Resources Support • Provide Health Service Support

  41. Combat Aviation Brigade CMETL CORE MISSION: The CAB plans, coordinates, and executes attack, reconnaissance, security, movement to contact, air assault, air movement, aeromedical evacuation, and C2 support. DOCTRINAL MISSONS: Movement to Contact, Attack, Air Assault, Reconnaissance and Surveillance, Security, and Air Movement. • CCMETS • Conduct Offensive Operations • Conduct Movement to Contact • Conduct Attack Operations • Conduct Air Assault Operations • Conduct Reconnaissance and Surveillance Operations • Conduct Security Operations • Conduct Aeromedical Evacuation Operations • Conduct Air Movement Operations • GMETS • Conduct Command and Control • Plan an Operation • Prepare for an Operation • Execute an Operation • Assess an Operation • Protect the Force • Conduct Local Security Operations • Employ Survivability Measures • Employ CBRN Protection Measures • Conduct Personnel Recovery Operations • Provide Sustainment • Conduct Logistics Support • Conduct Human Resources Support • Provide Health Service Support

  42. Theater Aviation Command CMETL CORE MISSION: The TAC provides Air Traffic Services (ATS), airfield management, aeromedical evacuation, Theater aviation support, and coordination of aviation Staging and Onward Movement in support of Corps, Army, or Joint operations in theater. DOCTRINAL MISSONS: ATS, Airfield Management, Aeromedical Evacuation, Air Assault, Air Movement, and aviation support of Reception, Staging, Onward Movement, and Integration (RSOI). • CCMETS • Coordinate Staging and Onward Movement • Aeromedical Evacuation Operations • Conduct Air Movement Operations • Conduct Air Traffic Services • Conduct Airfield Management • Conduct Offensive Operations • Conduct Air Assault Operations • GMETS • Conduct Command and Control • Plan an Operation • Prepare for an Operation • Execute an Operation • Assess an Operation • Protect the Force • Conduct Local Security Operations • Employ Survivability Measures • Employ CBRN Protection Measures • Conduct Personnel Recovery Operations • Provide Sustainment • Conduct Logistics Support • Conduct Human Resources Support • Provide Health Service Support

  43. Theater Aviation Brigade CMETL CORE MISSION: The TAB supports the theater with additional assault battalions and general support aviation battalions (GSABs) to perform assault, heavy lift, aeromedical evacuation, fixed wing, air movement, and Army airborne command and control. DOCTRINAL MISSONS: Air Assault, Air Movement, and Aeromedical Evacuation. • CCMETS • Conduct Air Movement Operations • Conduct Aero medical Evacuation Operations • Conduct Offensive Operations • Conduct Air Assault Operations • Conduct Civil Support Operations • GMETS • Conduct Command and Control • Plan an Operation • Prepare for an Operation • Execute an Operation • Assess an Operation • Protect the Force • Conduct Local Security Operations • Employ Survivability Measures • Employ CBRN Protection Measures • Conduct Personnel Recovery Operations • Provide Sustainment • Conduct Logistics Support • Conduct Human Resources Support • Provide Health Service Support

  44. Theater Airfield Operations GRP CMETL CORE MISSION: With it’s five organic airfield operations battalions (AOBs), the TAOG provides theater air traffic services, local airspace management, and airfield management. DOCTRINAL MISSONS: Air Traffic Services and Airfield Management. • CCMETS • Conduct Air Traffic Services • Conduct Airfield Management • GMETS • Conduct Command and Control • Plan an Operation • Prepare for an Operation • Execute an Operation • Assess an Operation • Protect the Force • Conduct Local Security Operations • Employ Survivability Measures • Employ CBRN Protection Measures • Conduct Personnel Recovery Operations • Provide Sustainment • Conduct Logistics Support • Conduct Human Resources Support • Provide Health Service Support

  45. TASMG CMETL CORE MISSION: The TASMG performs joint theater maintenance for aviation and ground support equipment at fixed land or sea based locations. DOCTRINAL MISSONS: Provide aviation maintenance and support to manned and unmanned systems. • CCMETS • Conduct Theater Level Aviation Maintenance • GMETS • Conduct Command and Control • Plan an Operation • Prepare for an Operation • Execute an Operation • Assess an Operation • Protect the Force • Conduct Local Security Operations • Employ Survivability Measures • Employ CBRN Protection Measures • Conduct Personnel Recovery Operations • Provide Sustainment • Conduct Logistics Support • Conduct Human Resources Support • Provide Health Service Support

  46. Theater Sustainment Command CMETL CORE MISSION: Provide Theater-Wide Sustainment (less medical) to an Army Service Component Command (ASCC), Corps, Joint Task Force (JTF), or Joint Forces Command (JFC). DOCTRINAL MISSIONS: Plan, Coordinate, and Provide Sustainment to Forces; Plan, Prepare, and Execute Theater Opening and Reception, Staging, Onward Movement and Enable Integration of Forces; Provide Movement Control; Establish and Operate Sustainment Facilities and Bases. • CCMETS • Conduct Materiel Management • Manage Materiel • Manage Logistics Standard Army Management Information Systems (STAMIS) • Conduct Distribution Operations • Conduct Distribution • Provide Movement Control • Manage Containers • Acquire Available Host Nation Resources • Acquire Contingency Contracting Support • CCMETS continued on next slide • GMETS • Conduct Command and Control • Plan an Operation • Prepare for an Operation • Execute an Operation • Assess an Operation • Protect the Force • Conduct Local Security Operations • Employ Survivability Measures • Employ CBRN Protection Measures • Conduct Personnel Recovery Operations • Provide Sustainment • Conduct Logistics Support • Conduct Human Resources Support • Provide Health Service Support

  47. Theater Sustainment Command CMETL • CCMETS (Continued) • Conduct Theater Opening and Reception, Staging, Onward Movement and Enable Integration of Forces • Determine Intra-Theater Lines of Communication (LOC) • Acquire Bases and Facilities • Receive the Force • Manage Containers • Acquire Available Host Nation Resources • Acquire Contingency Contracting Support • Conduct Human Resource and Finance Support • Conduct Theater Gateway Reception, Replacement, Return to Duty, Rest and Recuperation, and Redeployment Operations (TG R5) • Conduct Military Mail Terminal Operations • Conduct Resource Management Operations • Conduct Finance Operations

  48. Suggested Revised Expeditionary Sustainment Command CMETL CORE MISSION: Operational Command Post of the Theater Sustainment Command. Plan, Coordinate, Synchronize, Monitor, and Control Operational-Level Sustainment Operations for the ASCC, JTF, or JFC. DOCTRINAL MISSIONS: Plan, Coordinate, and Provide Sustainment to Forces; Plan, Prepare, and Execute Theater Opening and Reception, Staging, Onward Movement and Enable Integration of Forces; Provide Movement Control; Establish and Operate Sustainment Facilities and Bases. • GMETS • Conduct Command and Control • Plan an Operation • Prepare for an Operation • Execute an Operation • Assess an Operation • Protect the Force • Conduct Local Security Operations • Employ Survivability Measures • Employ CBRN Protection Measures • Conduct Personnel Recovery Operations • Provide Sustainment • Conduct Logistics Support • Conduct Human Resources Support • Provide Health Service Support • CCMETS • Conduct Materiel Management • Manage Materiel • Manage Logistics Standard Army Management Information Systems (STAMIS) • Conduct Distribution Operations • Conduct Distribution • Control Containers • Provide Movement Control • Acquire Available Host Nation Resources • Acquire Contingency Contracting Support • Conduct Resource Management and Finance Operations • Conduct Theater Gateway Reception, Replacement, Return to Duty, Rest and Recuperation, and Redeployment Operations (TG R5) • Conduct Military Mail Terminal Operations • Conduct Theater Opening and Reception, Staging, Onward Movement and Enable Integration of Forces • Determine Intra-Theater Lines of Communication (LOC) • Acquire Bases and Facilities • Receive the Force • Manage Containers • Acquire Available Host Nation Resources • Acquire Contingency Contracting Support

  49. Sustainment Brigade CMETL CORE MISSION: Provide Command and Control of 3-7 Sustainment and/or Functional Logistics Battalions, and assigned HR/FM Companies. On Order, Conduct Theater Opening, Theater Distribution and Support Redeployment Operations. Provide Support to Joint, Interagency, and Multinational Forces as Directed. DOCTRINAL MISSIONS: Conduct Force Reception Operations, Including Reception, Staging, Onward Movement and Integration (RSOI); Establish and Operate the Initial Theater Logistics Base and Infrastructure in Theater Opening Operations; Establish and Operate Sustainment Activities; Provide Sustainment on an Area Basis and/or to Specified Forces. • CCMETS • Conduct Materiel Management and Distribution Operations • Manage Materiel • Conduct Distribution • Acquire Contingency Contracting Support • Provide Supply Support • Provide Field Services Support • Provide Maintenance Support • Provide Transportation Support • Acquire Construction and Engineering Support • Acquire Available Host Nation Resources • Establish and Operate Bases and Facilities • CCMETS continued on next slide • GMETS • Conduct Command and Control • Plan an Operation • Prepare for an Operation • Execute an Operation • Assess an Operation • Protect the Force • Conduct Local Security Operations • Employ Survivability Measures • Employ CBRN Protection Measures • Conduct Personnel Recovery Operations • Provide Sustainment • Conduct Logistics Support • Conduct Human Resources Support • Provide Health Service Support

  50. Sustainment Brigade CMETL • CCMETS (Continued) • Execute Theater Opening and Reception, Staging, Onward Movement and Integration of Forces • Establish and Operate Bases and Facilities • Conduct Terminal Operations • Receive the Force • Provide Life Support Services • Provide Transportation Services at Air, Land, Rail and Water Terminals • Acquire Contingency Contracting Support • Acquire Available Host Nation Support • Provide Supply Support • Provide Field Services Support • Provide Maintenance Support • Provide Transportation Support • Acquire Construction and Engineering Support • Provide Human Resource Support • Provide Postal Support • Provide Finance Support