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commarforcom
COMMARFORCOM

COMMARFORCOM, as the US Marine Corps component to Commander, U.S. Joint Forces Command (CDR USJFCOM), coordinates USMC support to CDR USJFCOM development of joint training, integration, readiness, joint concept development and experimentation efforts, executes global force management to synchronize the generation and provision of mission-ready, joint-capable USMC forces for present and future joint force requirements in order to support combatant commanders’ global execution of the National Military Strategy.

Also serves as Commander, U.S. Marine Corps Bases, Atlantic

UNCLASSIFIED//FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY

commarforcom organization
COMMARFORCOM Organization

Commandant of the

Marine Corps

Commander U.S.

Joint Forces Command

Commander

U.S. Marine Corps Forces

Command

Commander

U.S Marine Corps

Bases Atlantic

Commanding General

Marine Corps

Installations

East

Commanding General

II Marine Expeditionary

Force

MCB CAMP LEJEUNE

2d

Marine

Division

2d

Marine

Aircraft Wing

2d Marine Logistics Group

2d MEB

MCAS NEW RIVER

MCAS CHERRY POINT

Marine

Expeditionary

Unit

CBIRF

MCSF REGT

Marine

Expeditionary

Unit

MCAS BEAUFORT

Marine

Expeditionary

Unit

MCAF QUANTICO

MCLB ALBANY

MCSF BLOUNT ISLAND

UNCLASSIFIED//FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY

commarforbaselant
COMMARFORBASELANT

COMMANDER, U.S. MARINE CORPS BASES, ATLANTIC

(COMMARCORBASESLANT), Commands those U.S Marine Corps bases and stations where operating forces assigned to COMMARFORLANT are based; provides staff oversight for base operations and functions; and performs financial management for O&MN and MILCON funds associated with normal base/station functions.

UNCLASSIFIED//FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY

marine air ground task force magtf
Marine Air Ground Task Force (MAGTF)

Command

Element

Marine

Expeditionary

Force (MEF)

50,000

Ground

Combat

Element

Aviation

Combat

Element

Logistics Combat Element

Marine

Expeditionary

Brigade (MEB)

8,000 - 22,000

Marine

Expeditionary

Unit (MEU)

1,700 - 2,800

UNCLASSIFIED//FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY

usmc today and tomorrow

UNCLASSIFIED//FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY

202K – Key Capabilities, Reduces

Stress on the Force, & Facilitates Full

Spectrum Training

3 Geographically Based MEFs

Building Security Cooperation

Irregular

Warfare &

Stability ops

Current MEU / ARG Presence is 3.0

CCDR requirement is 6.5

2xMEB Forcible Entry Capability :

38 Amphib Req -- 33 Amphib Current

Inventory

SC MAGTF

Maritime Prepositioned Force Globally Positioned for Crisis Response

Joint Seabasing

Equipment Reset & Modernization

Across the Full Range of Military

Operations

Transition from Iraq to Afghanistan

USMC + USMCR = Total Force

USMC Today and Tomorrow

Expeditionary

Fast + Austere + Lethal

Joint Forcible

Entry

Operations

From the Sea

  • Win the War
  • in Afghanistan
  • Global Engagement
  • Full Spectrum Ops
  • Focused on
  • Current Fight in
  • OIF & OEF
  • Build on COIN
  • Successes

Core Competencies

Regionally Focused

Persistent Engagement without Permanent Presence

Enhanced Company Ops

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CoreCompetencies

-Conduct persistent forward naval engagement and remain prepared to respond as the Nation’s force in readiness.

-Employ integrated combined arms across the range of military operations, and operate as part of a joint or multinational force.

-Provide forces and specialized detachments for service aboard naval ships, on stations, and for operations ashore.

-Conduct joint forcible entry operations from the sea and develops amphibious landing force capabilities and doctrine.

-Conduct complex expeditionary operations in the urban littorals and other challenging environments.

-Lead joint and multinational operations and enable interagency activities.

“Every Marine a Rifleman”

counterinsurgency

UNCLASSIFIED//FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY

Counterinsurgency

Afghanistan

Iraq

Pakistan

Iraq

Achieve victory in the current fights

Iraq

Afghanistan

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GLOBAL FORCE DISPOSITION

(AS OF 14 JAN 10)

Active Duty

204,118

Activated Reservists

6,747

Active Reserve

2,253

Total

213,118

+

=

+

PACOM: ~2,300

OTHER CENTCOM: ~2,600

AFGHANISTAN: ~14,300

IRAQ: ~3,800

GEORGIA DEPLM PROGRAM-ISAF

USEUCOM

II MEF (FWD)

VMAQ-3

IRAQ

JTF-N:

INTEL MISSION

MOJAVE VIPER

USNORTHCOM

MEB-A

VMAQ-1

ANA ETTs

MSOCs

AFGHANISTAN

ONWARD LIBERTY

USAFRICOM

31ST MEU

USPACOM

11TH MEU

USCENTCOM

HAITI HA/DR

USSOUTHCOM

SECFOR

OEF-P

HEAVY HELO DET

USAFRICOM

MSOT

USSOUTHCOM

BALIKATAN

JPAC LAOS

LEADERSHIP DEV PROGRAM

USPACOM

FAST PLTS

USEUCOM

USCENTCOM

USPACOM

USSOUTHCOM

OEF / OIF / COMBAT

EMBARKED WITH USN

NORTHCOM: ~2

AFRICOM: ~100

CONUS: ~2,000

SOUTHCOM: ~100

EUCOM: ~100

USMC DEPLOYMENTS

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UNCLASSIFIED

I I I

MEU

22

VERSION 6

Updated 192300ZJAN10

1600 EST Local

JTF Haiti – 22 MEU CONOPS

TASK: Safely, efficiently establish HA distro site IVO Leogane on 19 Jan.

PURPOSE: Support the ongoing disaster relief efforts in Haiti.

METHOD: Phased approach with Security, Command and Control and organization established first. Orderly and efficient distribution to commence thereafter.

END STATE: Mission success will be: site organized, HA supplies delivered/distributed, and site considered viable as a spoke for continued support to the relief effort.

BAT

ARG

  • Phase I Initial Build-up 19 JAN – TBD
  • Heliborne forces IVO UN Compound to coordinate and provide temporary distribution
  • Surface forces Land BLZ to establish lodgment
  • Phase II Site Establishment 20 JAN - TBD
  • - Forces improve beach and build logistics
  • - Forces locate forward distribution point(s)
  • Forces prepared to support temporary point distribution from New Mission Compound
  • Phase III HA Relief Operations 21 JAN
  • CA assessment enabled by mobility assets for additional relief
  • Mission Compound site established for distribution hub and surface/aviation logistics
  • - Forward fixed-site distribution point(s) established to distribute Aviation/Surface delivered logistics
  • Phase IV Reposition of HA Forces: HA operations stabilized and forces redeploy to new site or home station

BLZ

New Mission Compound

HLZ

UN Compound

22d meu capabilities
22D MEU Capabilities

UNCLASSIFIED

66 x HMMWVs

4 x UH-1N

3 x LCAC

2 x MTVR

8 x MTVR

10 x AAV

14 x MTVR

2 x MTVR

1 x LCU/2XLCM8/BMU

Equipment

USS Bataan (LHD-5)

22D MEU CE

BLT 3/2 CE, Wpns Co, L Co

HMH-461

CLB-22 EOD/Dental

8 x LAV

8 xCH-53E

Note: 22 MEU returned to CONUS 8 Dec 09

3/2 next scheduled as part of OEF 11.1 (Jan-Jun 11)

HMH-461: HOA/26 MEU Composites March

2,031 personnel

USS Carter Hall (LSD-50)

CLB-22 HQ

Maint, Medical, TS Plt, MP Det

BLT 3/2 K Co

1 x LCU

10 x HMMWVs

USS Ft McHenry (LSD-43)

CLB-22 Maint, Shore Party

BLT 3/2 I Co, CEB Plt

5 x HMMWVs

USS Gunston Hall (LSD-44)

Gunston Hall originally scheduled APS-10 (CDRUSAFRICOM)

MARFORCOM MOD 1 to 22 MEU Haiti DEPORD 182135ZJAN10

/CO 22 MEU /EMB/HAITI

/COMDR SCMAGTF APS-10 /EMB/HAITI

/COMDR FAST PLT/HAITI/DS AMEMBASSY RSO//

6 x HMMWVs

VERSION 6

Updated 192300ZJAN10

1600 EST Local

24th meu capabilities
24th MEU Capabilities

UNCLASSIFIED

2 x LCAC

70 x HMMWVs

4 x AH-1W

3 x UH-1N

15 x MTVR

15 x MTVR

5 x MTVR

USS Nassau (LHA-4)

Equipment

1 x LCAC

24th MEU CE

BLT 1/9 CE

Wpns Co

A Co (Heliborne)

VMM-162 (REIN)

CLB-22 EOD/Dental

USN (BMU), USMC (Shore Party)

2 x LCU

8 x LAV

6 xAV-8B

4 xCH-53E

Note: Expected arrival MODLOC IVO Haiti Saturday 232300ZJAN10

12 xMV-22

USS Mesa Verde (LPD-19)

CLB-24 HQ

Maint, Medical, TS Plt, MP Det

BLT 1/9 B Co (Motorized)

Det, VMM-162 (SKIDS)

30 x HMMWVs

Note: Bulk water storage capacity

36,000 Gal static storage (12X3K bags)

5400 mobile distro 6X900 Gal sixcon

8400 air deliverable 6x500 Gal blivets

2,318 personnel

USS Ashland (LSD-48)

BLT 1/9 C Co, (Mechanized)

Det, 2d AA Bn

Det, 2d Tank Bn

Det, CEB Plt

2 x LCAC

22 x HMMWVs

14 x AAV and R7 Retriever

VERSION 6

Updated 192300ZJAN10

1600 EST Local

4 x M1A1 and M-88 Retriever

usns lummus
USNS LUMMUS

MPSRON-3

Flag Configured, AMSEA Class

“Old” Navy Literage, Not INLS

Bulk Water

99 K Gallons Capacity

36 K / day water production

Bulk Fuel

39 K Barrels Capacity

8 K Gallons MOGOS (containerized)

Amphibious Bulk Liquid Transfer System

10 K ft hose, 720K gallon / day capacity

Equipment Sets:

MEU Equipment Set

EAF

Water: Pumps, Hoses, Bladders

Habitability: Tentage, Cots, Lights

Fuel Set

AAFS = 1.2 Million Gal Storage

TAFDS=320K Gal Storage

HERS & ERS

Electrical / Power: Generators, Wiring

Food: Tray ration heater systems, GP Tent

Security (Barbed wire, fencing etc)

Medical: AMALs, Cots

Naval Beach Group

UNCLASSIFIED

  • 180450ZJAN10: USMC ISO USNS Lummus
  • Scheduled U/W from BIC 200000ZJAN10 (1900 EST 19 Jan)
  • USMC 45 PAX OPP will work for CO, 22 MEU
  • Lummus embarked additional requirements for 22 MEU as well as USAID supplies/equipment and US Army Port Opening equipment
  • Lummus embarking 135 NBG-2 personnel to conduct instream offload and bulk liquid operations
  • BIC currently loading equipment/supplies aboard Lummus
  • Lummus loaded with following fuel:
  • From USMC/USN: 1.25 million gal JP-5/6 x 5000 tanks of MOGAS
  •  - 6 X 5000 tanks of diesel
  • - From USAID: 5000 x 5 gal propane tanks

USNS Lummus: MPSRON-3: Singapore

Current: MMC-10 BIC

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“The United States does not need a Marine Corps… The United States wants a Marine Corps.” Colonel Victor “Brute” Krulak, November 1957

slide19

SEMPER

FIDELIS

slide21

CMC Approved 202K Plan

FY11 - 202k

Tank Co x 2

CLC

Bridge Co x 2

HMLA (#9)

HMH x 2

VMFA x 2

FAO/RAO

JSF FRS/OT (FY11 & FY12)

Inf Bn 100%

MCTAG (130)

FY09 - 194k

Arty Btry x 1

Counter Btry Plt x 1

CEB HQ Co

CEB Supt Co

MP Co x 2

CLB (Rgt) Augments

CLB (MEU) x 2

Rad Bn Plus Up

IntelBn Plus Up

Info Ops

EOD (5 Teams)

HMLA (AvPlan)

HMLA (#8)

MACS ATC Det

MWCS Det

TECOM (325)

Gunners (6)

FY07 - 184k

Inf Bn x 2

5/10 HQ

Recon Plt x 2

MP Co x 2 (GCE)

Counter Btry Plt x 1

ANGLICO Plt x1

CEB Co x1

FRS Plus Up (H1)

MCRC (400)

TECOM (600)

FY10 - 199k

Rgt HQ 24/7

Arty Btry x 1

AAV/EFV Co x 2

Counter Btry Plt x 1

Inf Bn & MLG Maintainers (DO)

CLR Augments

MLG Comm

MACS ATC Det

MWCS Det

JSF FRS/OT (FY10)

MTACS Dets

Gunners (5)

FY08 - 189k

Inf Bn

Arty Btry x 1

Recon Plt x 2

CEB Co x 1

MP Co x 2, 1 Plt-4k

Truck Co x 2 (1- 4k RCT)

ANGLICO Plt x 2

Intel Enablers

Intel Bn Plus up

3d RadBn Plus up

EOD (4 Teams)

Civil Affairs Planners

Civil Affairs Dets

HMH (AvPlan)

VMU

FRS/H1 OT Plus Up

MACG HQ Dets x 2

MASS Dets

CLB(-) (Rgt)

MCRC (200)

TECOM (325)

TBS / OCS (168)

MCTAG HQ (40)

FY12 - 202k

TBS / OCS (-100 Returned)

Recon (90)

JTAC (200)

UAS Tier II (VMU x 3)

MWSG-17 (93)

3d Ech Maintainers (117)

Guam Base Spt (68)

Camp Mujuk (32)

FY = End of FY

UNCLASSIFIED//FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY