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Multinational Planning Augmentation Team Tempest Express Staff Planning Workshop (MPAT TE - 2)

Multinational Planning Augmentation Team Tempest Express Staff Planning Workshop (MPAT TE - 2)

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  1. Multinational Planning Augmentation Team Tempest Express Staff Planning Workshop (MPAT TE - 2) As of 23 Feb 01

  2. What is MPAT ? A cadre of military planners from nations in the Asia-Pacific region capable of rapidly augmenting a multinational force (MNF) headquarters established to plan and execute coalition operations in response to small scale contingencies (SSC).

  3. Improve Interoperability and Multilateral Cooperation Reduce Crisis Response Time Increase Planning Effectiveness Strengthen MNF Command & Control, and Communications & Informations Systems Procedures Become Familiar With Common MNF Operational HQ Standing Operating Procedures (SOP) MPAT Goals

  4. Small Scale Contingencies (SSC) including: Humanitarian Assistance Disaster Relief Search and Rescue Non-Combatant Evacuation Operations Peace Operations MPAT Mission Focus

  5. Host / Co-sponsor: RTARF Co-sponsor: USCINCPAC Dates: 25 Feb - 2 Mar Venue: Queens Park Hotel Focus: MNF Crisis Action Staff Planning Procedures Audience: Primary - MPAT personnel (27 countries invited) Secondary - MNF HQ (provided by RTARF & US) Tertiary - UN, international organizations, non-government organizations Scenario: Multinational response for humanitarian assistance operations in Thailand NOT ASSOCIATED WITH TEAM CHALLENGE / COBRA GOLD MPAT TEMPEST EXPRESS - 2 Staff Planning Workshop

  6. MPAT TE-2 Workshop Methodology Improving MNF/CTF Staff Planner Effectiveness Products: Commander’s Estimate Initiation: Warning Order 25 Feb 26 Feb 27 Feb 28 Feb 1 Mar 2 Mar REGISTRATION Mission Analysis Brief ACADEMICS ACADEMICS Initial COA Brief Scenario Brief ACADEMICS ACADEMICS Staff Estimate and COA Decision Brief Prep ACADEMICS PRE-MISSION ORIENTATION / CONTROL MEETINGS COA ANALYSIS & COA COMPARISON COURSE OF ACTION (COA) DEVELOP- MENT COA ANALYSIS MISSION ANALYSIS COA Decision Brief Palace Tour & Cultural event AFTER ACTION REVIEW ACADEMICS SOCIAL

  7. The Thai HA/DR Government Organization - RTARF The Thai HA/DR OPLAN - RTARF UN Disaster Response System - Mr. Royce , UN HCR Public Health Planning Considerations - HA/DR COE Earthquake Preparedness & Response - Ms. Garcia, ADPC Crisis Action Planning Overview / Discussion - RTARF Mission Analysis Brief / Discussion - RTARF NGO Brief - ICRC, Mr. Ferretti NGOs In Complex Emergencies - Ms McHale, COE HA/DR Asia Disaster Preparedness Center - Mr. Hollister NGO Briefing - Mr. Alexander, Intl Rescue Committee United Nations Brief - Ms. Vaatamoinen, UN HCR Korean Crisis Action Mgt & Overseas Deployment - ROK Key Briefings

  8. Participants (estimated 115-125 personnel) MPAT personnel from Asia Pacific region (estimate 45 MPAT planners from 27 invited nations) Royal Thai Armed Forces (estimate 37 personnel) MNF headquarters staff MPAT members 9 Thai Command & General Staff Students U.S. (estimate 36 personnel) 28 DJTFAC / MPAT members 8 I-Corps CTF members International Organizations (IO) / Non-Government Organizations (NGO) Invitees (estimate 10 personnel) United Nations NGO’s Other Thai government agencies - as appropriate MPAT TE - 2 Participants

  9. MPAT TE-2 Invitations Countries Previously Attending MPAT Events Australia Bangladesh Canada Fiji Korea Madagascar Malaysia Maldives Mauritius Mongolia Nepal New Zealand Philippines Singapore Sri Lanka Thailand Tonga UK US Japan Countries Previously Invited But Yet to Attend an MPAT Event India Vanuatu Brunei France Papua New Guinea First Time Invitees To Attend an MPAT Event Vietnam Russia

  10. Develop procedures for MPAT support to MNF operations Develop MPAT teamwork and habitual relationships Improve multinational interoperability and cooperation Provide a forum for the discussion of national HA/DR response capabilities Practice computer network, distributed information sharing and collaborative planning MPAT TE- 2 Workshop Goals

  11. Develop an understanding of, exercise and refine crisis action planning (CAP) procedures Identify planning requirements for a multinational response to a HA/DR scenario Practice and refine procedures and protocols for the use of MPAT information sharing networks and collaborative planning tools. MPAT TE- 2 Workshop Objectives

  12. Multinational Force (MNF) response to complex humanitarian assistance scenario in Thailand. Unusually intense Monsoon season followed by exceptionally harsh dry season results in the flow of refugees into northern Thailand. Complications include disease, insufficient camps/shelter and damaged infrastructure. Major earthquake in same area triggers int’l appeal RTARF designates CCTF of MNF. Crisis action planning includes synchronization of international military support to assist with relief efforts and to provide a secure and stable environment. MPAT TE - 2 Scenario / Road to Crisis

  13. HA/DR SETTING (COMPLEX CONTINGENCY) FLOODING TYPHOON / OIL SPILL DRY SEASON EARTHQUAKE CONTAGIOUS DISEASES REFUGEES FROM HALOA Scenario Overview

  14. FLOODING HALOA Southwestern Monsoon (Road to Crisis) • April - Sept 2000: Rainy Season • MASSIVE FLOODING IN SOUTHEAST ASIA • WIDESPREAD WATER CONTAMINATION • 40% CROP FAILURE • DISEASE (CHOLERA, MALARIA, DENGUE) • DISASTER VICTIMS • 150,000 HOMELESS • FOOD / WATER CONTAMINATION • DAMAGE TO INFRASTRUCTURE • ROADS, BRIDGES, RAIL • COMMUNICATIONS • Damage Exceeds USD 2 Billion

  15. TANKER WRECK GUANA Typhoon Guana(Road to Crisis) • Strikes Coast 13 Oct 2000 • Nakhon Si Thammarat • 15,000 HOMES DESTROYED • WATER / FOOD CONTAMINATION • OIL SPILL - 10,000 TONS • DAMAGES FISHING • DAMAGES 9KM OF COASTLINE • Damage Exceeds USD 1.5 Billion

  16. DROUGHT THAILAND HALOA HALOA Northeastern Dry Winds(Current Crisis Situation) • Dec 00 - Mar 01: Exceptionally Harsh Dry Season • DROUGHT FOLLOWS FLOODING • CONTAMINATED STANDING WATER • UNABLE TO GENERATE FOOD • STILL SUFFERING FROM LOSS OF LAST YEAR’S CROP • DISEASE (CHOLERA, CONJUNCTIVITIS) • INCREASES DISASTER VICTIMS’ PROBLEMS IN THAILAND • FOOD / WATER, CRIMES • ENVIRONMENT FOR OUTBREAK AND SPREAD OF DISEASE • Projected Damage From Drought: USD 2 Billion • FOOD SHORTAGE, DISEASE, LOST TOURISM

  17. EBOLA REFUGEE CAMPS REFUGEE FLOW Refugee / Disease (Current Crisis Situation) • HALOAN REFUGEES ENTER THAILAND • DROUGHT IS ROUGHEST IN HALOA • HALOA UNDERDEVELOPED • POOR DISTRIBUTION • DRY LAND FIRES INHIBIT AERIAL RELIEF • WARLORDS / LOCAL OFFICIALS • HOARDING FOOD • RAIDING RELIEF CONVOYS • 500,000 ENTER THAILAND IN 2-MONTHS • HALOAN OUTBREAK OF EBOLA • EBOLA OUTBREAKS BELIEVED SPREAD BY INTERNATIONAL VISITORS TO REGION • JAPANESE ENCEPHALITIS

  18. EARTHQUAKE STRIKE ZONE THAILAND HALOA Earthquake (Current Crisis Situation) • THAI-HALOAN BORDER 10 FEB 2001 • EPICENTER IN RURAL HALOA • BREAKS IRRIGATION DAMS - DEPLETES / CONTAMINATES WATER • DAMAGES BORDER BRIDGES • DESTROYS CHIANG MAI HOTEL • KILLS 75, SCARES TOURISTS • DAMAGE TO INFRASTRUCTURE • ROCKSLIDES DAMAGE ANTENNAS, ROADS • IMPACT: 535 DEAD, USD 700 MILLION • PROJECTION: TOURISM TO DROP 20%

  19. Who: CTF What: (Essential tasks) Re-establish border control and screening of refugees Ensure/maintain stability in combined operations area (COA) Provide security, shelter, food, medical care, and other logistical support as required for refugee population and Thai disaster victims. Conduct emergency repair to critical infrastructure and services. Where: Combined operations area (COA) When: On Order (O/O) Why: Assist the GOT to provide initial humanitarian assistance/disaster response (HA/DR) MPAT TE- 2 Strategic Mission

  20. Refugee camps built, secure, and turned over to GOT and/or NGOs. Critical basic infrastructure and services restored. Border control and medical screening established and GOT assumes full control and responsibility. CTF responsibilities transferred to GOT and/or other agencies. CTF redeployed. MPAT TE- 2 Strategic Military Endstate

  21. Provide force protection/local security within COA Re-establish border control and medical screening Provide logistic and security support for refugee population and Thai disaster victims Provide support and security for NGOs as required Restore critical basic infrastructure and services O/O transfer all HA/DR responsibilities to GOT or other organizations MPAT TE- 2 CTF Tasks

  22. MPAT TE- 2 Workshop Control Group CCTF: Special Col Nopparat (RTARF) DCCTF: COL Cherry (I-Corps) Workshop Co-Deputy Directors RTARF: COL Prasopchai US: Col Brewster ADMIN RTARF: COL Kasem US: CTA2 Pitts COA Groups CTF COS COL Wichayuth Tech Control Mr. Marvin Senior Control AAR Team Col Brewster COA Group 1 RTARF: TBD RTARF:MAJ Thaworn RTARF: LTC Parinya COA Group 2 US:Mr. Marvin US:Mr. Lewis COA Group 3 US:CDR Wohlschlegel

  23. Co-Facilitator: Col Brewster (US) Co-Facilitator: LTC Parinya (RTARF) Observer/Analysts: J38 AAR Lead (Mr. Lewis) LTC Parinya, RTARF AAR Lead RTARF (TBD) MAJ Budke, Maj Kaufman, Maj Hardy, SSG Coleman, Mr. Cobb Selected personnel from participating nations MPAT TE- 2 After Action Review (AAR) TEAM

  24. MNF/CTF STAFF OPERATIONAL PLANNING PROCESS MNFC/ CCTF Briefing Team 1 (Mission Analysis Brief) Mission Mission Analysis Analysis End Planning State guidance Briefing Team 2 (Initial COA Brief) COA COA Development Development Staff Warning Estimates Orders Warning Order Prep Team COA Analysis COA Analysis COA COA Comparison Comparison Red Cell Team (Game the COAs) COA MNFC Briefing Team 3 (COA Decision Brief) Selection Estimate OPORD Development

  25. Group 1 LtCol Deguzman LtCol Hubbard (Air) LTC Cosigan (Comms) LTC Kielkoph (Legal) LTC Floyd (Log) LtCol Kaufman MAJ Zornick (IO) CPT Perez (Intel) SSG Cole (PSYOPS) Mr. Cobb (UN) Mr. Toler Mr. Maurer COA Groups Group 2 LTC Swan MAJ Budke (Land) LTC Cummings (PAO) COL Crudo (Med) CDR Ferraris (Nav) LtCol Paulson (Intel) Maj Latulip (Log) Maj Post (Air) Mr. Royce (UN) CPT Eichelman MAJ Moody (CA) Ms Sprioles Mr. Cole Group 3 LTC Fameli LtCOL Gerke (Land) LTC Birrer (Med) CDR Gritton (Nav) MAJ Duppler (Log) Maj Hardy (Comms) Mr. Gushi-Clemens (IO) MAJ McGuire (SOF) CPT Giot (Intel) Ms McHale (UN) Mr. Douglas Mr. Chaloupka RTARF Co-lead US Co-lead 3D Country Co-lead US ResearchSupport

  26. Group 1 CAPT Chadil - Nav GP CAPT Pongsathorn -Air LTC Nakrob - Land LTC Nuttawut - SOF CDR Jirod - CA COL Opart - Log LTC Danaiwattana - Log MAJ Busabong - PA MAJ Narongrit - C2 COL Serbsuk - Legal COL Tanongsak - Comms LTC Sippagorn - Comms LCDR Benjamaporn - Int COL Somyos - IO COA Groups (RTARF Members) Group 3 GP CAPT Chalermwong - Nav WG CDR Sumon - Nav LTC Sunai - Land WG CDR Puritat - SOF MAJ Totsatep - CA COL Paiboon - Transport LCDR Sumit - Log WG CDR Suratin - PA LTC Supadate - C2 LTC Supatat - C2 CDR Jitsiri - Legal CDR Araya - Comms WG CDR Terdpong - Int LTC Arttatorn - IO LT Sirinate - IO Group 2 CDR Suvin - Nav WG CDR Surapo - Airl COL Kritsanapon - Land CDR Supachai - SOF COL Mana - CA GP CAPT Mongkon - Log MAJ Chainarong - Eng CAPT Komolwan - PA LCDR Yotspong - C2 LTC Kritsana - Legal GP CAPT Jaroen - Comms LTC Krissneerine - Int COL Pirat - IO WG CDR Pattapong - IO

  27. Co-LeaderCo-LeaderCo-Leader Air / Nav CAPT Pongsathorn CDR Ferraris / MAJ Post Land / Security COL KnuMAJ Latulip SOF LTC NuttawutMAJ McGuire CA / PSYOPS COL ManaMAJ Moody LOG/ ENG/Transport COL OpartLTC Floyd PA / Media CAPT KamolwanLTC Cummings C2 LTC SupadateCDR Gritton Medical -LTC Birrer Legal COL SerbsukLTC Kielkopf Comms COL TanongsakLTC Costigan Intel / Information LCDR BenjamapornLTCOL Paulson Information Ops (IO) CDR SomyosMr. Guchi-Clemmons Functional Staff Planning Cells

  28. Team 1 – Mission Analysis Brief (4-6 people) RTARF Lead TBD LtCol Kaufman ____________ Briefer plus one from each COA Group Team 2 – Initial COA Brief (4-6 people) - RTARF Lead TBD LCDR McGuire ____________ One rep from each COA Group Team 3 – COA Decision Brief (4-6 people) RTARF Lead TBD MAJ Zornick ____________ One rep from each COA Group Teams to Build Briefs

  29. Team Co-Lead TBD Team Co-Lead LtCol Gerke Functional Staff Cell Representatives: Intel - TBD Air/Nav - TBD Land - TBD SOF - TBD CA/PSYOPS - TBD LOG/ENG/Transportation - TBD PA/Media/IO - TBD C2 - TBD Medical - TBD Legal - TBD Communications - TBD Red Cell (Wargame) Team

  30. Distributed Information Sharing and Collaborative Planning (ODYSSEY) Philippines Australia Malaysia Singapore United States Internet Data/Audio Only SERVER Control CCTF COA TM 1 COA TM 2 COA TM 3 Data/Audio/Video Hotel - Bangkok

  31. Multinational Planning Augmentation Team (MPAT) • Info for workshop participants is placed on web: • “www.apan-info.net/plans-exercises/MPAT/MPAT%20cover.htm” • Or send email to: “MPATSecretariat@aol.com” • Facilitating the Planning Process