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9 November 2000

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  1. US Pacific CommandDeployable Joint Task ForceAugmentation Cell (DJTFAC)CDR Bob Wohlschlegel, J382Joint Task Force Training Branch 9 November 2000

  2. Agenda • PACOM Command Structure • DJTFAC Purpose and Composition • Contingency Support • Training & Exercise Support

  3. PACOM Command Structure Chain of Command NCA Strategic National Channel of Comm Administrative Con CJCS CINC SPT CINC Strategic Theater USA COMP USN COMP USAF COMP USMC COMP SOF COMP Operational Level JTF USA COMP USN COMP USAF COMP USMC COMP SOF COMP JPOTF Tactical Level

  4. Crisis Action is Different Not Business as usual Minimal Time Phase I: Situation Development Phase II: Crisis Assessment Phase III: COA Development Phase IV: COA Selection Phase V: Execution Planning Phase VI: Execution Philosophy Structure Procedures Operational Level… Cellular Staff Structure Ops Comm Intel Plans Log Pers

  5. MOOTW / SSC is most likely scenario Short Duration / Small Scale / No-Notice Joint Multinational / Interagency Chain of Command: NCA--CINC--JTF Commander Use of JOPES Crisis Action Procedures Required JTF Employment in PACOM Bottom Line: Requires Joint Staff employing Joint Processes

  6. USCINCPAC Two-Tiered Concept CINCPAC CAO 7TH FLEET I MEF III MEF I CORPS SOCPAC DJTFAC DJTFAC DJTFAC DJTFAC DJTFAC Other JTFs: ALCOM, 3RD FLT, 13AF

  7. THE LEAP TO THE OPERATIONAL LEVEL ... USAF NAF NCA CINC JTF TACTICAL LEVEL MARFOR NAVFOR AFFOR ARFOR JSOTF USMC USA … IS A FORMIDABLE CHALLENGE USN MEF CORPS FLEET

  8. Deployable Joint Task Force Augmentation Cell Civil Affairs,SJA, Medical, Engineer Etc. DJTFAC N/G1/DP N/G2/IN N/G3/DO N/G4/LG N/G5/XP N/G6/SC Designated Headquarters Staff Organization JTF

  9. USCINCPAC Staff O-6 Team Chief Administration/Personnel Intelligence Current Operations Planners Civil Affairs Logistics Planners, Engineer & Airlift Management Communications Public Affairs Legal Medical USCINCPAC Components PACAF Airlift Ops Logistics & Ops Planners USARPAC Logistics & Ops Planners Terrain Analysis Tm CINPACFLT Logistics & Ops Planners MARFORPAC Logistics & Ops Planners DJTFAC Composition

  10. DJTFAC provides responsive joint staff expertise in crisis action planning DJTFAC members integrated fully within the joint task force (JTF) staff DJTFAC not intended to be separate from the JTF staff or a forward echelon of the HQ USCINCPAC/Service component staffs DJTFAC deploys in support of the HQ USCINCPAC designated JTF Deployment will normally occur after the HQ USCINCPAC activation and warning orders have been drafted and a JTF has been activated Contingency Response

  11. USCINCPAC’s CoreofExperts: JTF Operations, Operational Art, JMETL, Joint Doctrine/SOP-TTP Goal is for the JTF Commander and Staff to View the DJTFAC as an Essential Part of the Task Force--to Actively Seek the DJTFAC JTF Experts--Think Joint Cite the Doctrine Know the Most Current References Know the Current/Emerging TTP Apply Joint concepts in the Operational Setting DJTFAC Team Members Join the JTF Staff Seamlessly Hard Working Staff Member, Teacher or Coach, Subject Matter Expert DJTFAC VISION

  12. DJTFAC VISION • DJTFAC is not USCINCPAC Forward • We will not meet as the ‘DJTFAC’ • Quiet & Professional Exchange of Information • You are a Joint Expert, not a Service Expert • Make Observations and Compile Lessons Learned • Develop TTP, Cause Doctrine to Evolve

  13. Training & Exercise Support CRAWL WALK RUN TEMPO BRAVE TEMPEST SPINUP MOBILE TRAINING TEAM TANDEM THRUST TEMPEST EXPRESS COBRA GOLD SVC HQ’S INTERNAL TRAINING DJTFAC TRAINING

  14. USCINCPAC JTF Training Exercise: TEMPEST EXPRESS • Optimizes schoolhouse/operator linkage - Generally 5 days long - Doctrinal, procedural lessons learned briefs - JTF staff training practical CAP exercise - scenarios across contingency spectrum • More in-depth instruction • Training executed at JTF HQ home station • Target audience: JTF staff (w/DJTFAC planners) and subsets of JTF component staffs

  15. Exercise Goals: Exercise JTF Commander and staff in common crisis action planning procedures while responding to a potential regional contingency. Exercise Objectives: Integrate the DJTFAC into JTF functional staff cells Develop staff understanding of Crisis Action Planning procedures Operational Tasks: OP 2.4.2.2 Provide Current Intelligence for JOA OP 5.1.3 Determine Commander’s Critical Information Requirements (CCIR) Sample Exercise Goals, Objectives, and Operational Tasks

  16. ACADEMICS ACADEMICS ACADEMICS ACADEMICS ACADEMICS ACADEMICS ACADEMICS ACADEMICS M T W T F ACADEMICS ACADEMICS ACADEMICS ACADEMICS ACADEMICS ACADEMICS ACADEMICS PRACTICAL EXERCISE WRAP-UP ACADEMICS ACADEMICS PRACTICAL EXERCISE COA DEVELOP- MENT PRACTICAL EXERCISE COA COMPARISON PRACTICAL EXERCISE COA ANALYSIS CDR INCHOP PRACTICAL EXERCISE MISSION ANALYSIS AAR CDR OUTCHOP COA BRIEF MIDPOINT AAR DECISION BRIEF MSN ANAL BRIEF TE Training Methodology MTT Products: Commander’s Estimate Abbreviated OPLAN TPFDD Shell CINC W/O Education Process for JTF Staff

  17. TB Training Methodology CINC W/O DEPLOY ORDER EXECUTE ORDER PHASE 1 PHASE 2 PHASE 3 AAR MINI EX FLOW TPFDD AAR AAR INTEL BUILD ACADEMICS CRISIS ACTION PLANNING EXECUTION • ENABLES: • TERMINATION/TRANSITION • PLANNING • PLAN EFFICACY • PRODUCTS: • CDR’S EST • OPLAN W/ ANNEXES • VALIDATED TPFDD

  18. US Pacific CommandDeployable Joint Task ForceAugmentation Cell (DJTFAC) 9 November 2000