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Joint Task Force Civil Support (JTF-CS) Command Briefing Col Bob Lyles. What is JTF-CS?. A standing Joint Task Force HQ of approximately 160 military and civilian personnel located at Fort Monroe, Virginia

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    1. Joint Task Force Civil Support (JTF-CS) Command BriefingCol Bob Lyles

    2. What is JTF-CS? • A standing Joint Task Force HQ of approximately 160 military and civilian personnel located at Fort Monroe, Virginia • A deployable Command and Control headquarters for DoD units and personnel executing consequence management (CM) operations in response to a CBRNE incident • Source of response plans for essential DoD support to the Lead Federal Agency (LFA) Mission Statement JTF Civil Support plans and integrates DoD support to the designated Lead Federal Agency for domestic CBRNE consequence management. When directed by Commander USNORTHCOM, JTF-CS will deploy to the incident site and establish command and control of designated DoD forces to provide military assistance to civil authorities. Save Lives, Prevent Injury Provide Temporary Critical Life Support

    3. Definition of CBRNE Chemical Biological Radiological Nuclear Explosive • CBRNE is defined as a chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear, or high-yield explosive situation or incident • Incidents include industrial accidents, acts of nature, acts of war, or terrorism • A Weapon of Mass Destruction (WMD) is a CBRNE device or material specifically designed to produce casualties or terror High-Yield

    4. CBRNE Threat Spectrum CJCSI 3125.01 Specified Tasks M O S T L I K E L I H O O D L E A S T As directed by USNORTHCOM, works with the lead agency for CM, FEMA, to develop tailored force CM packages and scenario-based task organizations designed to respond to foreseeable CBRNE situations. High-Yield Explosive most likely Industrial Chemicals Biological Toxins Biological Pathogens (Contagions) most dangerous Radio- Isotopes CBRNE response requires a unique set of resources, skills, and experience Chemical Weapons Nuclear Weapons most destructive

    5. Puerto Rico Virgin Islands A Unique Mission • Effective CBRNE response requires a very different set of resources, skills, and experience -- Situational awareness -- Pre-planning -- Pre-identifying appropriate personnel and organizations • DoD traditionally stands ready to assist state and local authorities in response to natural disasters Alaska AREA OF RESPONSIBILITY Hawaii Guam American Samoa Northern Marinas Islands JTF-CS provides CBRNE planning, exercise, and response support within the U.S., its territories and possessions

    6. Overarching DoD Principles • Consistent with Constitution / Public Law • Unequivocal civilian oversight / accountability • Always in support of Lead Federal Agency (LFA) • Emphasize DoD roles, skills, and structures • Guard / Reserve are key players for Consequence Management (CM) • JTF-CS cannot perform routine law enforcement 7

    7. Develops and reviews plans for CBRNE incidents Advocate for development of doctrine and requirements Responds to CBRNE incident (terrorist or accidental) Assists the LFA in support of civil authorities Provides command and control for assigned DoD forces Scheduled Event Support/Exercises • Participates in interagency and DoD exercises • Participates in National Special Security Events (NSSE) and other special events Full Spectrum Responsibility Ongoing Support CBRNE Incident Support ROUTINE INCIDENT

    8. Persistent & Non-Persistent Chemical High-Yield Explosive JTF-CS Planning Processes JTF-CS Plans Nuclear Radiological DoD Guidance, Policy, and Plans Local and State Plans CJCSI 3125.01 CJCS CONPLAN 0500-98 USNORTHCOM CAMPLAN 2525 CONPLAN 0500 (TBP) Contagious & Non-Contagious Biological

    9. Disaster Occurs Local first responders react City requests aid from state Governor requests Presidential Disaster Declaration through DHS DHS implements Federal “National” Response Plan President declares major disaster or emergency JTF-CS responds (when directed) Secretary of Defense authorizes DoD support DHS requests DoD support Civil Response Process

    10. USNORTHCOM Command & Control Structure Governor/ EOC/ TAG IA JOC JTF-CS Commander Disaster Field Office Staff FCO DCO SCO DoD WMD Labs Mission Assignments Tech Aug Cell Reach-back Subordinate Task Forces As Req’d TF Support JTF-CS Troops TF Medical TF Response Chain of Command Coordination

    11. Notional Tasks and Requirements JTF-CS provides command and control, and coordination for the following types of tasks and requirements JTF-CS • JTF-CS Troops • HQ Support • - Communications • Tech Augmentation • Intelligence • Mapping • Modeling • Weather • TF Support • Logistics Support • - General Support Log • JRSOI • Displaced Populace • - Mortuary Affairs • - Transportation • - Rotary-wing Aviation TF Response Incident Site Support • TF Medical • Medical Support • Triage /Treatment • Definitive Care • Medical Logistics • Hospital Augmentation • Epidemiological Support • Agent Technical Support • - Stress Management • - Preventative Medicine • Veterinary Support • Prophalaxis/Immunization - Coord w/ Local EM Director - Facility Decontamination - Surveying, Monitoring, and Marking of Incident Site - Security - C2 of Area Support - Critical Civilian Skills Augmentation

    12. Geographic Information Systems (GIS)

    13. JTF-CS GIS • Combination of COTS • ESRI mapping software • 80% of local and state GIS market and GOTS • DTRA’s Consequence Assessment Tool Set (CATS) • Used at both primary classification levels (NIPRNET and SIPRNET) • Accessible via: • Desktop system (“Power Users”) • Web browser • Packaged CD

    14. Consequence Management-Related GIS Data • Domestic infrastructure data: • Emergency services (police, fire, EMS, medical facilities, emergency shelters, EOCs) • Transportation (road, rail, air, waterway, bridges, tunnels, ports, etc.) • Other logistics data (base support installations, main supply routes, pharmaceutical caches, POL) • Utilities (electric power, water, telecommunications) • High-value targets (nuclear reactors, sports venues, convention centers, malls, government buildings, toxic chemical storage sites) • Aerial Photography / Satellite Imagery • Elevation Data • Weather and operational effects • Weapons effects / hazard area modeling

    15. GIS Data Utility Classified Unclassified DOD CIP List Weather Sourced Units Terrain Elevation Data Sensitive NSSE Deployments Utilities/Energy Infrastructure Threat Reporting Hazard Models Classified Imagery Commercial Imagery Transportation Network Emergency Services Data High-Value Targets Baseline Commercial Map Underlying datasets can be opened to provide more detailed information Data depicted as electronic map overlays An Essential Tool for Domestic Consequence Management

    16. JTF-CS Sources of GIS Data • Commercial vendors • Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) • US Geological Survey (USGS) • Department of Transportation (DOT) • Association of American Railroads (AAR) • Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) • General Services Administration (GSA) • Veterans Health Administration (VHA) • Department of Defense (DOD) • National Imagery and Mapping Agency (NIMA) • USTRANSCOM • Joint Program Office (JPO) • US Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) • National Guard Bureau & US Army Reserve Command • Counties and municipalities

    17. How JTF-CS Uses GIS Data • J2: Metro area IPB production, threat analysis and trend identification, weapons effects modeling • J3: Situational awareness, COP maintenance, unit tracking • J4: BSI analysis, MSR designation, task force basing • J5: Mission analysis, NSSE preparation, JPAC tools • J6: Comms infrastructure analysis, incident effects analysis • J7: Exercise scenario development, MSEL development, white cell response • Med: Medical response assets assessment, ID of VHA facilities, hospitals, pharmaceutical cache sites, etc.

    18. Conclusion • Always in support of a Lead Federal Agency for domestic CBRNE incidents • When directed, JTF-CS deploys to the incident site to establish command and control of assigned DoD forces • Emphasize DoD roles, skills & structures • Forces pre-identified to support CM planning and response • Early situational awareness is essential JTF-CS is ready to save lives, prevent injury, and provide temporary critical life support after a domestic CBRNE incident.

    19. For further information, please contactJoint Task Force Civil Support, Public Affairs380 Fenwick Road, Building 96Fort Monroe, VA 23651(757) 788-6622(757) 788-6259Fax (757) 788-6132 http://www.jtfcs.northcom.mil