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COCOM Baseline Exercise Definition COL Mike Rose Chief, Operations Group Joint Warfighting Center 25 August 2009
Background • Growing Demand Signals from Afghanistan and Iraq: • Additional MRX in FY 10 for RC South (MARFOR) • SAV, MRX assistance and persistent presence as new 3-Star HQ is stood up in Afghanistan (IFC) • SAV and tabletop exercise for MNF/C-I as the headquarters transition to USFOR-I • Additional SAVs for ISAF and IJC through FY 10 as required • SAV for TF Palladin Significant impact on OT’s and functional training SMEs • Growing Demand for expanded Exercise coverage by COCOMs: • Functional Combatant Commands beginning to utilize and grow their exercise requirements from minor to intermediate levels. • Geographic Combatant Commands continue to build on success of their programs - increased requests for additional planning evolutions, M&S, multiple tiered events. • Need to establish a baseline for exercise support • Within the baseline support constraints, Desk Officers will continue to work with COCOMs to meet their unique training objectives / requirements
JTD O/Ts Manning & Supported Events • DTT Manning: • On-hand vs Authorized 69 vs 113 • 69 includes inbounds of 5 • 69 includes 4 augments from JFCOM J4 • 18 Projected Losses for CY 2010 • Shortages by Specialty Skill: • 2 x 51J4 – USAF Legal Officer • 1 x 27A – USA Legal Officer • 1 x 2529 – USN Intel Officer • 4 x 33S4 – USAF Communications & Information Staff Officer • 2 x 46A – USA Public Affairs Officer • 2 x 21B – USA Engineer Officer • 1 x 13XX – USN Aviator • Non-Exercise Events supported by DTT: • Pinnacle / Capstone / Keystone • Overseas Contingency Operations support: • JFCOM FSE Iraq & Afghanistan • USF-I C2T • S/CRS CRC Foundations Course • Korean JFC JTT Stand Up • Alternative Solutions being reviewed: • Improve resourcing of OT billets by Services • Provide temporary fills (18-24 months) for • OTs from within JWFC/JFCOM
Support Statement • JWFC will provide a “Standard Level” of support to 2 Joint Event Life Cycles (JELC) per Combatant Command per year. • JWFC will provide 1 Deployable Training Teams (DTT) per Combatant Command per year. • Additional DTT availability contingent upon support of Overseas Contingency Operations
JWFC COCOM Event Definition/Support • The JWFC “Standard Level” of Exercise Support consists of: Change: • One Deployable Training Team (DTT) per year, with 1 additional team provided as available What has not changed per exercise: • Communication Support • Model and Simulation Support • CJCS directed Functional Capabilities Support • 24 hour Event Execution Support • Event Execution is less than or equal to 2 weeks • 2 Event Tests per Exercise
JWFC Exercise Support(Standard Level) * One Exercise only per COCOM per year **Represents hours for conference attendance only. Does not reflect time required to develop scenario and other functional exercise control products and testing between conferences.
Standard Level Support Example(Example 1) 20 5 UE EVENT X 21 26 Academics A 30 Day Window 25 30 1 6 CAPSTONE KEYSTONE 8 16 COCOM EVENT Y 11 28 COCOM EVENT Z FPC D IPC B FPC C MPC E
Standard Level Support Example(Example 2) 30 Day Window 24 8 27 17 COCOM EVENT W COCOM EVENT Y 17 26 6 21 COCOM EVENT Z COCOM EVENT X IPC G FPC A MSEL Synch E FPC C IPC F IPC B MPC H MPC D
Standard Level Support Example(Example 2 with SAV) 6 Afghanistan SAV 17 24 8 27 17 COCOM EVENT W COCOM EVENT Y 17 26 6 21 COCOM EVENT Z COCOM EVENT X IPC G FPC A MSEL Synch E FPC C IPC F IPC B MPC H MPC D 30 Day Window