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Let’s Go Together !!!. CTF HUIMANG Mission Analysis Brief. Operation CHUN SA MPAT TE – 3 Seoul, Korea 15 January 2002. PURPOSE. Conduct mission analysis, the first step of the CTF commander’s estimate process To brief the staff’s analysis of the situation and assigned mission

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CTF HUIMANGMission Analysis Brief

Operation CHUN SA MPAT TE – 3Seoul, Korea15 January 2002

purpose
PURPOSE
  • Conduct mission analysis, the first step of the
  • CTF commander’s estimate process
  • To brief the staff’s analysis of the situation
  • and assigned mission
  • Obtain CCTF guidance
agenda
AGENDA

Crisis Situation

ROK JCS (Higher Headquarters) Guidance

Facts / Assumptions / Limitations

Centers of Gravity

Tasks

Available Forces

Risk

Desired Endstate

Time Analysis

Proposed CCTF Mission and Intent Statements

CCTF Feedback / Guidance

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Crisis Summary
  • 04 Aug : Typhoon “Dawn” strikes ROP
  • 25 Aug : Earthquake hits ROP
  • 10 Sep : 100,000 refugees arrive in ROK
    • Refugee Camps : Cheju, Mokpo, Kunsan
  • 12 Sep : ROP asks for International and
  • ROK assistance
  • 14 Sep : UN issues an appeal (money, supply)
  • 24 Sep : UN issues a second appeal
  • requesting ROK lead MNF
  • 27 Sep : Typhoon “Nari” strikes ROP and
  • Southwest part of ROK
  • 01 Oct : CTF “HUI MANG” stood up

Typhoon “DAWN”

Typhoon “NARI”

CTF

Refugee

Camp

Refugee

Camp

Earthquake

Refugee

Camp

Parang Do

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Kunsan

C T F

Pohang

Pusan

Mokpo

110 NM

Cheju

ROP

CTF Area of Operations

  • AO (Area of Operations)
  • - Kyong Sang Province
  • (Pusan, Daegu)
  • - Cheon La Province (Kwnagju)
  • - Cheju Province
  • - Republic of Parang Do
crisis situation
CRISIS SITUATION
  • Weather: rainy and cold season
  • - Roads passable, but there is a potential for
  • landslides in mountains
  • Red Banner (RB) criminal threat mainly in ROP
  • - Red Banner may turn crisis to its long-term
  • advantage
  • - Supply and equipment buildup on island may
  • attract criminals
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Railton

Youngdo

Perth

Collinsvale

Dong Nam Po

CRISIS SITUATION

  • Disaster Areas (Cholera all areas)
    • Capital Dong Nam Po
      • 100K
      • Measles
    • East Coast
      • 40K
    • Central Highlands
    • 45K
      • 20K (RB Land)
      • 25K (Young Doo)
    • North Coast
      • 15K
    • Rice crop harvest
      • 25% of crop remains
      • 22.5 thousand metric tons

North Coast 4 cities

East Coast

rok jcs mission higher headquarters hhq
ROK JCS MISSION(Higher Headquarters (HHQ))

CTF Huimang assist the Republic of Parang

Do (ROP) by providing initial HA / DR in ROP

and for ROP refugee camps in the ROK, and

in assisting with initial infrastructure recovery

operations in Parang Do until civilian

authorities and non-governmental

organizations are capable of assuming these

missions.

rok jcs intent higher headquarters
ROK JCS INTENT(Higher Headquarters)

I intend for CTF Huimang to conduct HA / DR

operations to provide immediate life saving,

relieve human suffering caused by the natural

disasters in the operational area, conduct

emergency infrastructure repair, and turn

over mission to competent civil authorities

and redeploy at the earliest possible

opportunity.

rok jcs concept of operations hhq
ROK JCS CONCEPT OF OPERATIONS (HHQ)

CTF Huimang provides the planning / C2 HQ

for multinational military contributions to

relief efforts for Operation CHUN SA. Military

planners from contributing nations will

augment the CTF to assist with the

development of the plan and to assist with C2

functions during mission execution. CTF

Huimang operations are in support of civilian

and government agencies. Coordinated and

synchronized operations are imperative to

mission success.

rok jcs planning guidance hhq
ROK JCS PLANNING GUIDANCE (HHQ)

Rapidly deploy forces / establish C3 to facilitate MNF arrival and LG support

Plan for strategic / tactical movement of food, medical supplies, shelters and other supplies to distribution sites in the AO and assist in the distribution

Conduct emergency repairs to critical infrastructure / restore basic services

Support NGOs in HA / DR relief operations

Coordinate transition of support missions to ROP, UN and other agencies as appropriate

Redeploy forces

forces available for planning
FORCES AVAILABLE FOR PLANNING

AIR ASSETS

2 x C 160

22 x C 130

6 x C 47

2 x C5

4 x C 17

2 x IL 76

2 x C 141

2 x KC 135

4 x MELIN HELOS

2 x LIGHT HELOS

5 x UH

1 x SP HELO

1 x HH 60

MARITIME

7 x LST

1 x FFG

1 x LPD

1 x LHD

2 x LSD

1 x LSH

100 x LARGE CRAFT

300 x MED CRAFT

100 x SMALL CRAFT

LAND FORCES

BDE (-2)

3 x BN (+)

6 x LAV

10 x HMMVS

2 x ENGR BN

6 x ENGR CO

4 x ENGR PLT

4 x ENGR TEAM

2 x ACE

10 x EN HMMVS

5 x MED CO

9 x MED TM

2 x AMBULANCES

45 x TPNs

1 x CABN

2 x SOFCO

5 x SOFTM

1 x LOG BDE HQ

1 x LOG GRP

2 x LOG CO

2 x DR TM

initial force structure analysis
INITIAL FORCE STRUCTURE ANALYSIS

Sealift – sufficient from supply points in ROK

Airlift – sufficient for food mission (assuming other lift utilized for MNF deployment and support

Engineers – adequate

Communications – need additional tactical and strategic communications

facts conclusions
FACTS & CONCLUSIONS
  • Facts
  • Food required in RPO by C+3, ROK by C+1
  • Water/shelter required from C+1
  • Eng services initially focused on min infrastructure repair to enable relief operation
  • Health support required from C+2
  • Strategic/tactical lift is limited
  • Conclusions
  • Utilize NGOs to maximum extent practicable
  • Need to establish HA hubs (Conclusion)
assumptions
ASSUMPTIONS

100K Korean IDPs and damaged infrastructure in ROK will be responsibility of the ROK

Sufficient fuel for air / sea operations will be available

ROK assets are sufficient to transfer initial food and supplies (Maritime).

Additional strategic lift available for force deployment / sustainment (Air).

Required basing available for transient aircraft (Air). Limited landing areas available for helicopters (SOF).

Weather will permit airborne operations in the short term.

Initial assessments conducted by quick deployable force.

A forward CP will be established in Parang Do (C2).

limitations
LIMITATIONS
  • CONSTRAINTS: (must do)
  • Information Ops (I/O) Campaign (we are here to help)
  • Must begin distributing food/water/medical supplies/shelter to ROP refugees by 4 Oct
  • Must provide force protection in ROP
  • Recover infrastructure in ROP
  • Deploy some forces NLT 4 Oct
  • Deploy bulk of forces by 12 Oct
  • Complete mission within 60 days (4 Dec)
  • RESTRAINTS: (can’t do)
  • Can’t control the Non-Governmental Organizations (NGO) / International Organizations (IO) / media
  • Can’t use USFK and ROK forces without higher approval
  • Operations are limited to AO (area of operations)
centers of gravity
CENTERS OF GRAVITY
  • Strategic: Coalition cohesiveness
  • Operational: Ability to conduct HA /DR Logistically (airlift and sealift assets)
specified implied essential tasks
SPECIFIED / IMPLIED / ESSENTIAL TASKS

Specified / Implied / Highlighted in Yellow: Essential

  • Rapidly Deploy
    • Establish IO / CMOC
  • Provide Initial HA/DR
    • Provide water / food / shelter / medical care
    • Provide force protection / security for camps and APODS(Aerial Ports of Debarkation) / SPODS(Sea Ports of Debarkation)
    • Stop flow of Refugees from ROP to ROK
    • Repatriate Refugees from ROK to ROP
  • Assist in emergency infrastructure recovery in ROP
    • Restore power to water generation facilities
    • Repair airports / sea ports / roads
  • Transition to competent civil authorities
    • Assist with law and order
  • Redeploy ASAP (as soon as possible)
  • Support NGOs
  • Provide C3
    • Integrate planners into CTF
    • Provide mort affairs
    • Conduct SAR (Search and Rescue)
risk assessment
RISK ASSESSMENT
  • Mission accomplishment and force
  • protection risks:
  • Lack of food, water and shelter
  • Degradation of SPODs / APODs
  • Disease outbreak
  • Looting / crime
  • Civil unrest
  • Misinformation / panic
operational end state
OPERATIONAL END STATE

Human suffering alleviated and environment stabilized: water, food, shelter and medical care available to affected ROP populace and refugees

Host nation / civil authorities / NGOs (as appropriate) have assumed Multinational Force (MNF) missions

Emergency infrastructure recovered

MNF Redeployed

time analysis
TIME ANALYSIS
  • Mission Complete within 60 days
  • Must start delivering food to Parang Do within 3 days
  • CCTF Must be able to supply fuel to all CTF immediately
  • CCTf must be able to supply all other logistic supplies to forces within 5 days
proposed ctf restated mission
PROPOSED CTF RESTATED MISSION

When directed, CTF Huimang will provide initial

HA/DR and conduct emergency infrastructure

repair within the AO in order to alleviate human

suffering and create an environment enabling

the transition to civil authority

proposed cctf intent
PROPOSED CCTF INTENT

I intend for CTF Huimang to relieve human suffering and save lives by conducting emergency infrastructure repair, providing medical assistance and basic needs of the affected persons, turning over all support missions to civil authorities and NGOs within 60 days.

cctf guidance
CCTF GUIDANCE
  • Feedback on Staff’s Mission Analysis
  • Initial Commander’s Intent
  • CCIR
  • Planning Guidance
commander s guidance
Commander’s Guidance

Mission Statement:

Commencing 3 October, CTF Huimang deploys to the Area of Operations (AO) (ROP; ROK – Kyongsang & Cholla Province and Chejudo) to provide food, shelter, medical support and to repair emergency infrastructure in order to relieve human suffering and transition to competent civil authorities

commander s guidance1
Commander’s Guidance

Commander’s Intent:

Purpose:

To provide food, shelter and medical support

To repair emergent infrastructure

To transition to competent civil authorities

End State:

The suffering of ROP refugees in Korea and affected populace in ROP is relieved

The CTF mission is fully transitioned to host nation/NGOs

The CTF is fully redeployed to the respective nations

commander s guidance2
Commander’s Guidance

Commander’s Critical Information Requirements (CCIR):

The status of airfield and seaports on Parang Do

Displaced persons’ status on Parang Do

Any losses or activities that jeopardize successful CTF mission accomplishment

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Situation Update

( 01 12:00 Oct. 2001 )

CofS, CTF (COL Yang)

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Strategic Background
  • Republic of Parang Do initially asks for ROK and UN assistance with disaster relief
  • ROK designated “Lead nation” by UN for ROP response
  • ROK President directs MND to coordinate and synchronize mulinational relief operations
  • Chairman, ROK JCS activates Coalition Task Force
  • “HUI MANG”
  • CTF “HUI MANG” prepares “Operation CHUN SA”
  • to respond UN appeal
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Crisis Summary
  • 04 Aug : Typhoon “Dawn” strikes ROP
  • 25 Aug : Earthquake hits ROP
  • 10 Sep : 100,000 refugees arrive in ROK
    • Refugee Camps : Cheju, Mokpo, Kunsan
  • 12 Sep : ROP asks for International and
  • ROK assistance
  • 14 Sep : UN issues an appeal (money, supply)
  • 24 Sep : UN issues a second appeal
  • requesting ROK lead MNF
  • 27 Sep : Typhoon “Nari” strikes ROP and
  • Southwest part of ROK
  • 01 Oct : CTF “HUI MANG” stood up

Typhoon “DAWN”

Typhoon “NARI”

CTF

Refugee

Camp

Refugee

Camp

Earthquake

Refugee

Camp

Parang Do

current threats
Current Threats
  • Situation in Parang Do
  • - DP : 200,000 people without shelter
  • - Infrastructure
  •  Dong Nam Po : Only 1 pier undamaged
  •  Young Doo Po : All piers damaged
  •  Airfield : Damaged
  •  Power generation / water stations destroyed
  • - Food : 3 days food supplies remained (- 4days)
  • - Medical : Illness, Cholera / Measles outbreak
  • - Security : Looting relief supplies
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Current Threats (cont.)
  • Situation in S/W ROK
  • - Youngsan / Mankyung River overflowed
  • - All roads at 80% capacity
  • - Power Genaeration damaged
  • - Cheju Int’l airport damaged 8 Oct
  • - Without Shelter : 100,000 People
  • - Medical : Illness, Cholera outbreak
  • - Food : 10 days for 300,000 people remained(-12 days)
  • Refugee Camps in ROK
  • - 20 refugee camps (100,000 people) severely destroyed
  • due to the overflooding
  • - Power distribution lines destroyed
int l contributions
Int’l Contributions
  • 101 pallets of food per day (for 30 days)
  • 9 pallets of medical supplies per day (for 30 days)
  • 18 pallets of shelter materials per day (for 30 days)
  • Aircraft : 30 for 30 days
    • Strategic lift(16)
      • 2 / C-5 : US
      • 4 / C-17 : US(2), UK(2),
      • 1 / IL-76 : India
      • 9 / C-130 : Australia, Canada, France, Japan,
      • Malaysia(3), UK(2)
    • Tactical lift : 4 / C-130 (Korea)
    • Helo(10)
      • Heavy : 5 (Korea), 2 (Singapore)
      • Medium : 2 (France), 1 (Singapore)
int l contributions cont
Int’l Contributions(cont.)
  • Sealift : 74 for 60 days
    • Small Costal Freighter : 20
    • Medium Costal Freighter : 33
    • Large Freighter : 11
    • US LSD(5), LCU(4), AS LSH(1) :10
  • Engineer (60 days)
    • 6 Light construction units
    • 6 Water production units
  • Medical (60 days) : 6 Field Dispensaries :
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Tasks to Supporting Commanders
  • Multinational Forces
  • - Integrate planners into CTF HUIMANG NLT 011200 Oct
  • - Provide liaison with NCAs and with CCTF
  • - Establish NCEs to provide command over national forces
  • - As required, provide OPCON / TACON contributing naton forces
  • to the CCTF
  • ROK Operational Commanders
  • - Provide CCTF OPCON / TACON of designated forces
  • - As required, Provide liaison to CCTF
  • ROK Regional Units
  • - As required, Provide liaison to CCTF
  • - Provide ROK military facilities in support of Operation CHUN SA
chairman rok jcs
Warning Order

- Operation CHUN SA -

Chairman, ROK JCS

contents
Contents
  • CCTF Mission
  • Assumptions
  • Concept of operations
  • Coalition Operation Area
  • Intent / Coordinating Instructions
  • Command Relations
  • Other Guidance
cctf mission
CCTF Mission
  • To assist the Republic of Parang Do (ROP) by providing initial HA / DR in ROP and for ROP refugee camps in the ROK
  • To assist initial infrastructure recovery in Parang Do
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Assumptions
  • ROP Government will only be able to recover its ability to control over the disaster after 60 days.
  • No significant internal security threats exist in ROP.
  • ROK Armed Forces can only provide additional assets to CTF under Government approval.
  • International contributions will be available as planned.
concept of operations
Concept of Operations
  • CTF “HUI MANG” operations are in support of civilian government agencies.
  • Main efforts of Operation “CHUN SA” is logistic operation.
  • Endstate of Operation “CHUN SA” is its mission fully transitioned to civillian authorities and the MNF redeployed.
  • Coordination / synchronization is imperative to the success of the mission.
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Kunsan

C T F

Pohang

Pusan

Mokpo

110 NM

Cheju

ROP

Coalition Operational Area

  • COA
  • - Kyong Sang Province
  • (Pusan, Daegu)
  • - Cheon La Province (Kwnagju)
  • - Cheju Province
  • - Republic of Parang Do
  • For detailed APOD, SPOD, Main Roads refer to the map
commander s intent
Commander’s Intent

My intent is for CTF “HUI MANG” to conduct humanitarian assistance and disaster relief operations to provide immediate life saving and relieve human suffering caused by the natural disasters in the operational area, to conduct emergency infrastructure repair and to turn over the mission to a competent civil authority and redeploy at the earliest possible opportunity.

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Coordinating Instructions
  • Execute planning upon receipt of this warning order.
  • Make use of the liaison officers.
  • All forces require to be self-sufficient for firstv five days.
  • Sustainment of forces is a joint responsibility of the NCEs and the CCTF.
  • Maximize the use of Mutual Support Agreements
  • Use of deadly force for self-defense is authorized.
  • Main effort of Operation is concentrated on Parang Do,
  • if APOD and/or SPOD is available.
command relations
Command Relations
  • CCTF is the supported commander
  • Participating forces to be OPCON or TACON to CCTF
  • National Command Elements from contributing nations provide command (less OPCON) of deployed national forces and provide liaison to CCTF
  • Direct liaison of all supporting elements with CCTF authorized
  • CTF HUI MANG “Main” initially located vicinity of Taegu
other guidance
Other Guidance
  • Provide recommended Course of Action
  • NLT 03 1200 Oct. Include:
    • Plan for strategic and tactical movement of food, medical supplies, shelter materials for distribution
    • Concept for utilization of engineer and medical unit
  • Strategic Center of Gravity is the cohesion among participating nations
  • Time is critical for this operation
  • C day = D day (03 Oct. 2001)
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