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The Brigade Combat Team. Daniel J. Maksymowicz US Army TACOM (810) 574-8445 maksymod@tacom.army.mil. Manprint Symposium. The Army Transformation. Legacy Force. Sustain & Recapitalize. Transform. Objective Force. Objective Force. Procurement. S&T. R&D. Tech Solutions. Interim

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the brigade combat team

The Brigade Combat Team

Daniel J. Maksymowicz

US Army TACOM

(810) 574-8445

maksymod@tacom.army.mil

Manprint Symposium

the army transformation
The Army Transformation

Legacy

Force

Sustain & Recapitalize

Transform

Objective

Force

Objective

Force

Procurement

S&T

R&D

Tech

Solutions

Interim

Force

Initial BCT

Interim

Transform

First

Interim

BCT

First Unit

Equipped

Objective

2000

2003

. . . Responsive, Deployable, Agile, Versatile, Lethal, Survivable, Sustainable

program manager brigade combat team mission statement
Program ManagerBrigade Combat Team Mission Statement

Develop, Produce, Field and Sustain

The Full Range of

Safe, Reliable, Supportable and Effective

Systems

Envisioned by the Brigade Combat Team

Organizational and Operational Concept

for

Initial and Interim Brigades

While Developing the Acquisition and Program Management

Framework to Transform the Army

To the Objective Force

cycle time and optempo

FY99

FY00

FY01

FY02

FY03

FY04

FY05

FY06

FY07

FY08

FY09

FY10

FY11

FY12

FY13

FY14

FY15

FY16

FY17

Cycle Time and OPTEMPO

PDRR

EMD

Production

MS I/II

MS III

FUE

PDRR

EMD

Production

MS I

MS II

FUE

MS III

EMD

Production

MS I/II

MS III

FUE

FUE

MS X

1999

2000

JUN JUL AUG SEP OCT NOV DEC JAN FEB MAR APR MAY JUN JUL AUG SEP OCT

Procurement Planning

Solicitation Preparation

ASARC/DAB Prep

Market Survey

Proposal Prep.

Source Selection Evaluation

O&O, MNS, ORD Development/Approval

Bid Samples

Paper Proposals

AUSA

Draft RFP

Receive

Proposals

White Papers

RFP

Pre-proposal

Conference

CSA Intent

Industry Day

SSA Decision

2nd Draft RFP

TACOM APBI

Program Execution From

Contract Award Forward

bct support concept
BCT Support Concept
  • ‘…purposefully austere to increase force mobility.’
  • ‘Split basing is employed whenever possible to reduce footprint…’
  • ‘The BCT will also exploit regionally available assets … including joint, multinational, and contracted support resources.’

[Source: Organizational and Operational Concept and Operational Requirements Document]

soldier system integration
Soldier System Integration
  • OBJECTIVE: To assure that soldier system integration considerations are addressed adequately in the IAV acquisition (non-developmental item) so that IAVs can be operated and maintained efficiently and effectively
  • DESIRED DECISION: IAV source selection(s) best value represents acceptable baseline soldier system integration characteristics.
  • APPROACH: DoD human system integration (HSI) requirements are addressed by the Army’s MANPRINT program and are assessed in MSII documentation. Areas that have been identified that require further analysis and/or resolution include:
    • Will sufficient officer and enlisted manpower (spaces) and personnel (MOS’s) be available to fill operational, support, and leadership positions for the IAV / BCT structure?
    • Will there be a degradation in IAV crew or dismounted squad performance due to motion sickness, heat stress or insufficient ventilation?
    • Will IAV crew performance be degraded due to the location and usability of the FBCB2 C4ISR systems?
    • Will the planned top armor be sufficient to meet the expected top attack anti-armor threats, particularly given the expected doctrinal employment of IAV in built up areas?
  • PATH FORWARD: Incorporate these considerations into the updated MANPRINT plan as part of IAV contract(s) execution.
brigade combat team iav commonality more than parts
Brigade Combat TeamIAV Commonality - More Than Parts
  • Between IAV Platforms Allows Common [ORD p8 and RFP Table L/M (chart 28) and attachment 14]
    • Mission Functionality
    • Operator Positions and Tasks
    • Crew Positions and Tasks
    • Line Replaceable Units and Parts
    • Maintenance Tasks
    • Maintenance Skills
    • Tools and TMDE
  • And With
    • Established Supply and Maintenance Infrastructure
    • Within the BCT/Limited Conversion Force XXI Div/LID/DoD
  • Results In Reduced
    • Logistics Footprint
    • Training Burden
crucial lessons learned
Crucial Lessons Learned
  • Manpower/Personnel/Training are KEY!
  • Need 21st Century Organization and Thinking
    • No Stovepipes (TRADOC, AMC, PM, Industry)
    • Functional Distinctions Are Changing
    • EC/EDI is Like a Saw--Cuts Both Ways
  • Enormity Of Program
    • Keeping it Simple is Very Difficult
    • Payoff is in Execution
    • Contract Isn’t the Program
  • The Media
  • OSD Involvement/Coordination
  • Principles of War Apply--Deskbook and Clausewitz
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Program

Managers

Brigade

Commander

TRADOC System Manager

Contractors

Program Leadership

Major Thrusts in Execution

  • Partnering for Success
  • System of Systems Fielding
  • Equipment and Capability
  • Synchronization
    • Materiel
    • Production
    • Testing
    • Fielding
    • Resources
  • Logistics Enablers
  • Horizontal Technology Integration

http://www.amc.army.mil/amc/ command_counsel/partnering.html