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Staff IPR. Purpose. Agenda. Purpose Agenda Tactical Calendar – G3 Administrative Calendar – XO Way Ahead EXCON “ ROE ” – EXCON OIC LTC Schlang. Tactical Calendar. JCATS Training. MINI-EX. * Occurs Daily. Academics/MDMP Refinement. Tactical Calendar. COY – Air Asslt. Hasty-D.

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agenda
Agenda
  • Purpose
  • Agenda
  • Tactical Calendar – G3
  • Administrative Calendar – XO
  • Way Ahead
    • EXCON “ROE” – EXCON OIC LTC Schlang
tactical calendar
Tactical Calendar

JCATS Training

MINI-EX

* Occurs Daily

Academics/MDMP Refinement

tactical calendar1
Tactical Calendar

COY – Air Asslt

Hasty-D

Counter Attack

SASO

CPX

* Occurs Daily

admin calendar
Admin Calendar

* Occurs Daily

g3 guidance
G3 Guidance
  • Orders Brief – Monday
  • Phase III Operations
  • Battle Rhythm
    • Classes
    • COP
    • OPSKED - inputs
    • Reporting
coic room setup

62

62

61

61

Operational Graphics

JCATS Graphics

60

60

59

59

58

58

03

03

04

04

05

05

06

06

07

07

08

08

COIC Room Setup
  • Scrolling CUB
  • SIGACTs
  • CBT Power
  • PERSTAT
  • Weather

Force

Structure

Mission

TngObj

ALO

CCIR

BDE / DIV

Intent

Key Task

By Phase

MSEL

DSM

G4

CIMIC

G3 / Air

Battle NCO

G1

G3

G2

Recorder

PAO

ENG

PMO

G6

Fires

Cmdr

XO

LNOs

slide9

CPX Exercise Layout & Communications

PRIMARY

TRAINING

AUDIENCE

LASNA

X

CJTF

EST

BDE

Phone,

DSL, Harris

CPN / SNAP - Admin

CPX EXCON

XX

Harris Radio,

Phone, DSL

US

HICON

EXCON

SIM

TAPA TNG AREA

Phone, DSL, VTC

SECONDARY

TRAINING

AUDIENCE

II

II

II

II

II

II

II

II

SIM

EST

ARTY

EST

ADA

EST

CSS

EST

EN

US

CAV

EST

INF

LVA

INF

LTU

INF

II

EST Phone

DSL

LVA

ARTY

TARTU

EST SIM CTR

EXCON

FWD

COMPANY

RESPONSE

CELLS

SIM

I

I

I

I

I

I

II

EST

INF

US

CAV

LTU

INF

LVA

INF

LVA

ARTY

DIV &

DL

I

I

I

I

I

I

EST

ARTY

EST

ADA

EST

ENG

EST

CSS

EST

RECCE

EST

AT

exercise command and control
Exercise Command and Control

MG Piggee, 21st TSC CDR

COL Sirel, Estonian Land Forces CDR

CJTF

K2

BG Hilty, Site Co-Director

COL Tiganik, Site Co-Director

FTX

WHITE CELL

Life Support

CPX

WHITE

CELL

HICON

MND / 28 ID

Tapa

Tartu

CJTF

BDE

EXCON

Multinational

Bde (+)

Amari

EX DIR

MSEL

O/Cs

SIM CENTER

CJTF

Legend

LOCON

SIM CTR

OPFOR

HICON

MND / 28 ID

Command and Control*

BNHQs

BNHQs

Liaison

BNHQs

Operational C2

(within the simulation)

LOCON

ADMIN / Life Support

LOCON

LOCON

Unit

Training Audience

* For purpose of exercise

slide11

CPX Exercise Control Concept

XX

XX

EXCON

HICON

(MND)

HICON

(MND)

SIM

FWD

LASNA

AIR /

FIRES

DL

  • EXCON (Exercise Director)
  • Control overall execution of CPX
  • Manage, coordinate MSEL injects
  • Shape events & OE to meet BDE TngObjs
  • Manage OCs
  • Maintain JCATS COP
  • HICON (MND)
  • C2 MN BDE via phone, DSL, Harris, serve as MND
  • Implement injects as MND, Flank, external unit
  • Develop products, field RFIs
  • OPFOR CDR
  • Ensure OPFOR plan/ execution supports BDE Tng Objectives
  • Direct OPFOR execution at TARTU
  • MN BDE
  • Receive guidance from MND (HICON) via DSL, Phone
  • C2 BNs in TAPA via Harris / DSL
  • C2 BDE asset response cells in Tartu via phone, DSL
  • Receive reports from DL response cells via phone

X

MN

BDE

  • BN Command Posts
  • Receive guidance from BDE via Harris / DSL
  • C2 CO response cells in TARTU using EST Phone, DSL

TAPA

II

II

II

II

BNs

BNs

BNs

BNs

  • EXCON FWD pax (2)
  • Coordinate with SIM CTR for SIM REQTs
  • Manage Inject Implementation
  • Direct Magic Moves per EXCON guidance
  • Manage & Direct DIV assets (air, fires, intel)

EXCON

FWD

TARTU

EST SIM CTR

SIM

AIR /

FIRES

DL

I

  • DIV Asset Response Cells
  • Receive guidance from EXCON FWD
  • Maneuver forces in JCATS SIM
  • Report to HICON, BDE, BN, CO as per mission
  • Execute injects as directed by EXCON FWD
  • CO Response Cells
  • Receive guidance from BNs via phone,
  • DSL
  • Maneuver forces in JCATS SIM
  • Report to BN via phone
  • Execute injects as directed by
  • EXCON FWD

COs

II

  • Defense League Cell
  • Maneuver forces in JCATS SIM
  • Report to BDE, BN as per mission
  • Execute injects as directed by EXCON FWD
  • OPFOR Response Cells
  • Receive guidance from OPFOR CDR
  • Maneuver forces in JCATS SIM
  • Execute injects as directed by EXCON FWD
slide12

Brigade Training Objectives

  • Conduct the Military Decision Making Process (MDMP) in order to plan and execute comprehensive and decisive operations in support of the Brigade Commander’s intent
  • Conduct command post operations in order to maintain command and control at all echelons
  • Conduct a BDE defense in order to secure key terrain, population, and resources against a Hybrid Threat in order to set conditions for the transition to offensive operations .
    • Integrate synchronizing ISR
    • Integrate BDE level firesand attack / assault aviation to defend in depth.
    • Employ deep strike capabilities/assets to disrupt the enemy in depth along their avenues of approach before reaching the BDE’s main defensive belt.
  • Conduct a BDE attack, integrating and synchronizing ISR, BDE level fires, attack and assault aviation, combined with mechanized forces against a Hybrid Threat in order to seize and retain key terrain, population, and/or infrastructure.
  • Conduct an Air Assault centered around one Infantry Battalion Task Force in order to seize and retain key terrain and/or resources until proper battle hand over to follow-on forces
  • Conduct Cyber defense operations in order to protect BDE network infrastructure and maintain command and control capability
slide13

Key Tasks associated with Training Objectives

  • Conduct MDMP
  • Conduct Command Post Operations / Operations Process
  • Coordinate with Adjacent Units
  • Conduct Defense
  • Conduct Attack
  • Conduct Air Assault
  • Synchronize & Integrate ISR
  • Synchronize Fires
  • Synchronize Attack Aviation / Conduct Air-Ground Integration
  • Synchronize Assault Aviation
  • Employ Deep Strike
  • Conduct Cyber Defense
  • Plan for Stability Operations
  • Plan Civil Military Operations
slide14

CPX Exercise Timeline

AIR ASSAULT

EOC Arrival

EOC Redeploy

COMMEX / Mini-Ex

EOC Setup

JCATS TRAINING

COUNTER ATTACK

RSOI

Academics/MDMP

HASTY DEFENSE

SASO

Jun 12

May 12

MNB TO TAPA

FINAL AAR

MNB TO LASNA

CULTURAL DAY

ADVON ARRIVAL

MAIN BODY ARRIVAL

CJTF EVENTS

SIMUATION EVENTS

CPX PARTICIPANTS

in processing academics timeline
In-processing / Academics Timeline

CJTF

7 JUN ADVON Arrival (HICON 4, EXCON 2, 2CR 7)

9 JUN Main Body Arrival

In-processing / Barracks Issue

Response Cells report to Tartu

10JUN: In-briefs & Area Setup (US Response Cells report to Tartu)

-Exercise Overview

-Administrative Battle Rhythm (Reporting and Briefing Requirements)

-Opening Ceremony

11 JUN Work area set-up, Establish Initial Comms, finalize exercise phonebook

12 JUN 0800-1200 Road to War / Scenario Overview

1300-1700 Country Unit Capabilities Overviews US / EST / LTU / LAT

Continue to work Admin issues (phones, emails, accounts, workstations)

13 JUN 0800-1200 Combat Multipliers - Capabilities & Asset Requests- Processes (BDA/FIRES)

1300-1700 SOP / Manage Information / Reporting (2 hours DIV to BDE, 2 hours BDE to BN)

- Report Submission

- CCIR/SIGACT Reporting

- RFIs

- Orders Production / Distribution

14 JUN Estonian Commemoration Day (events TBD)

- Comms Training (Harris Radio, Phones, Computer)

- BDE movement to LASNA

Continue to work Admin issues (phones, emails, accounts, workstations)

15JUN 0800-1200 Final COMMEX

1300-1700 Mini-Ex

MND

All

MND

HICON /

BDE

CPX All

scenario timeline
Scenario Timeline

17 JUN 0800-1300 Warm-Up – ISR, Recon, Deep Fires, Div assets not available

1300-2000 Enemy Main Body (MB) approach

-Begin Counter Recon Fight

-Air Assault (AA) FRAGO issued by Division

18 JUN Main Defensive Battle

-Enemy Deep Operations

-Preparing for AA (Planning and Battlefield Preparation)

-BDE/BN preparing for AA FRAGO including delivering required briefing(s)

2030-2100 Mid-point Hot Wash (OC) at Lasna

19 JUN Counter Attack

-Forward Passage of lines

-AA to secure key terrain

-DIV SASO FRAGO issued

-Enemy attempt to consolidate gains

20 JUN Continue MB attack to seize OBJ’s and restore international border

BDE backbriefs DIV on SASO FRAGO

21 JUN Execute Stability Ops with military focus

2nd Air Assault to quell civil unrest and secure key infrastructure

ENDEX / Evening Hotwash

22 JUN 0800-1000 Final CPX AAR

main events storyline
Main Events & Storyline

STORY LINE

Five years ago in Pärnu County, the large Southland population segment created instability due to an increased state tax. Over the last 4 years, Southland has increasingly discredited Vironia concerning its internal policies oppressing minorities. Within the last year, elements of the Southland information campaign threatening use of military force to intervene.

Currently, political dialogue has ceased and Southland has prepared forces to the South of the Vironian boarder. Vironian Defence Forces MN BDE and Coalition Stryker BCT conduct joint exercise in Tapa area as a conflict deterrence measure.

Opposing Rapid Reaction forces are assembled near the borders of Vironia. The use of military force by Southland, under the name of a peace-keeping mission to protect the rights of their minority in Vironia, seems imminent.

Vironian MN BDE and Stryker BCT stopped the exercise and have received orders to stage in proximity to the operations area.

MAIN EVENTS

1 Nov 2011, SIMM (South Independence Mass Movement) organized a large demonstration in Pärnu. Ill-equippedVironian police responded, killing 1 demonstrator and injuring dozens while dispersing the crowds. The Regional press coverage sharply criticized the excessive use of force.

Dec 2011, SIMM key leader arrested for organizing November protest.

Jan 2012, Southland’s national day celebrations, demands the release of SIMM leader, threatening violence in Viljandi.

Mar 2012, gunman attacks MOD in Tallinn, two officials wounded.

DOMESTIC

DISTURBANCE

slide19

Phase 1a – Pre CPX transition to Combat and movement to AO – o/a 15 June

  • MND Sentinel (28th ID) is conducting Training Exercise when given OPORD directing real world defense (real OPORD issued end of March 12).
  • Final preparations for BDE (+) attack into Vironia

SOUTHLAND

slide20

Phase 1b – STARTEX Set / Establish Hasty Defense – o/a 16 June

PL RED

PL RED

PL WHITE

PL WHITE

PL BLUE

PL BLUE

  • MND Sentinel (28th ID) moves towards IBL
  • 1st BDE (MN) establishes Hasty Defense along PL RED
  • 56th SBCT screens to the East
  • Initial BNs reach PL GREEN with minimal attrition
  • Irregular forces facilitate attack
  • Recon as deep as PL WHITE

PL GREEN

SOUTHLAND

slide21

Phase 2 – STARTEX / Conduct Hasty Defense – 17-18 June

4

3

PL RED

2

PL RED

PL WHITE

PL WHITE

1

PL BLUE

PL BLUE

  • 1st BDE (MN) conducts Hasty Defense along PL RED
  • 17th is deep fight and counter recon fight
  • 18th is main defense
  • Receive CJTF FRAGO for AASLT & CATK after defense
  • 56th SBCT screens to the East
  • Lead echelons attack along multiple avenues and attempt to secure Key Objectives
  • OBJs 1&2 are secured prior to end of defense

PL GREEN

SOUTHLAND

slide22

Phase 3a – Conduct AASLT, FPOL, C-Attack – 19 June

PL RED

2

PL RED

PL WHITE

PL WHITE

1

PL BLUE

PL BLUE

  • 1st BDE (MN) AASLT vic OBJ 2 to seize key bridges ISO counter attack
  • Conducts internal FPOL
  • Conduct A-ATK to restore IBL
  • Receive CJTF FRAGO for AASLT & CATK after defense
  • 56th SBCT screens to the East
  • Attempt to consolidate gains vic PL GREEN, delay VIRONIAN forces to establish Defense and gain international support for new IBL

PL GREEN

SOUTHLAND

slide23

Phase 3b – Continue C-Attack – 20 June

PL RED

PL RED

PL WHITE

PL WHITE

PL BLUE

PL BLUE

  • 1st BDE (MN) continues C-ATK to restore the IBL
  • Receive CJTF FRAGO for Stability Operations and AASLT to secure key infrastrure in IBL
  • 56th SBCT screens to the East
  • Attempt to defend vic PL GREEN and gain international support for new IBL
  • Use irregular forces to support defense

PL GREEN

SOUTHLAND

slide24

Phase 4 – Stability Operations – 21 June

PL RED

PL RED

PL WHITE

PL WHITE

PL BLUE

PL BLUE

  • 1st BDE (MN) conducts Stability Operations to secure the IBL and prepare to turn the security back over to National Security Forces
  • 56th SBCT continues operations, moves south to secure IBL and reinforce local security forces
  • Use irregular forces and media to support claims of Vironian abuses of Southlandian supporters.

PL GREEN

SOUTHLAND

slide25

Response Cell ROE

  • Stay in your role. You are replicating one or more organizations, so avoid referring to yourself as EXCON or HICON when interacting with the TA. Always stay in character.
  • Don’t create internal injects / spin-ex’s. We are training enablers first, but there are ample opportunities to learn or work through staff procedures.
  • Make the MSELs yours. Make them detailed and realistic, but ensure they are synced.
  • Find the happy-medium reference time. Refrain from instant answers if that is not something you could normally answer immediately in real life, but a 5-day CPX is short, so timelines need to be condensed.
slide26

Response Cell ROE

  • Stay on the reservation. There are a lot of moving parts, so don’t de-sync the exercise by adlibbing things outside of your area. Clear all significant changes through EXCON.
  • Only provide the TAs what you SHOULD, not what you CAN. You’ll see 100% truth on the JCATS (COP). Ensure what you report is what you should see. Sync with EXCON.
  • US and THEM. The Training Audience has its own processes, procedures, and often doctrine. If something needs improvement, avoid recommending “use our doctrine”. Instead, focus on what they need to add / adjust in their own.
  • Make the better. Annotate the results of all injects. B/P to brief those at the MSEL sync. Focus on process shortfalls or trends. Your comments will be the foundation for the AAR.
slide27

Stray Shots

  • Security … this exercise is UNCLASS, but not everything can be shared with everyone. The FDO is your friend.
  • NIPR is the exception. This exercise is run on EST DSL (BLUE LINE). This is an OPEN network…treat it appropriately. No personal systems on NIPR.
  • MSELs will be posted on the Shared drive (details & class to follow).
  • Exercise emails using the Estonian Email server (http://gs.mil.ee)
  • DSL Logon: JMSCDSL No Password