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    1. EECP CONOPBriefing MAJ Gregory A. Dunbar

    2. EECP Mission Mission: On order, 377th TSC deploys an Early Entry Command Post (EECP) within ninety-six hours to a designated contingency area within the USSOUTHCOM AOR, in support of CONPLAN 6120 or 6150, to provide Mission Command of assigned joint logistical forces, provide an initial assessment of requirements and an initial operational capability for sustainment in support of (ISO) Unified Land Operations (ULO). • EECP Key Tasks: • Provide Manning Foundation for JTF • Be the Sustainment experts for USARSO: • Conduct initial Reception, Staging, and Onward movement (RSO) operations and establish accountability of DoD personnel, equipment and materiel flowing into area of operations • Establish the initial theater distribution plan for the contingency operation • Establish asset visibility and maintain the Logistical Common Operating Picture (LCOP) • Conduct materiel and distribution management operations in support of Unified Land Operations (ULO) • Facilitate establishment of initial contracting support • Provide Mission Command of subordinate logistics units • Conduct operations with our Joint Interagency International Multi-national (JIIM) partners JTF SOUTHCOM 377th TSC MCP (377th TSC + ARSOUTH) “Simultaneous Execution”

    3. EECP Task Organization EECP CDR BG Ives EECP OIC COL Baginski Duty Status EECP NCOIC (x1) SGM Bishop TPU 21 AC/ AGR 24 TBD 6 Total: 51 + 2 Linguists HHC Mechanic (x2) VACANT-NCO VACANT SUPPORT OPS OPERATIONS DMC/DIB CHIEF (x1) LTC Hunt CHOPS (x1) LTC Garcia SPC Davis Linguist (x2) OPS NCOIC (x1) VACANT-NCO G4 (x2) SSG Lara SSG Walton MAT MGMT OFF/ NCO (S&S) (x2) CPT Weissenfluh SFC Rousell CIVIL AFFAIRS OFF (x1) CPT Kemna BTL CPT (x2) CPT Pacheco G1 PLANS OFF (x1) CPT Stewart G2 (x2) INTEL SFC Sanderford SPC Collins PAO (x1) LTC Perez LOGISTICS / CONTRACT OFF (x1) MAJ Dunbar MOB TRANS/AIR OFF (x1) MAJ Cheatham MAJ Gill CA AFFAIRS NCO (x1) SGT Fox MOB OFF/TRANS (x1) CW2 Blackman LOGISTICS OPS NCO (x1) SFC Beatty SurgeonOFF/ NCO (x2) MAJ Whitmore MSG Edwards SJA (x1) LTC Beaverstock BTL NCO (x2) MSG Ulmer VACANT G6 (x3) CW2 Harris SSG Polehonka SPC Smith CL III (P) / WATER OFF / NCO (x2) MAJ Martinez VACANT- NCO SASMO/INFO SYS OP (x2) SFC Powell SPC Gore TRANS SEA/TERM OFF/NCO (x2) VACANT-OFF CHAPLAIN (x2) LTC Spencer SSG Ruffin JTF LNO (x1) VACANT CPOF OPERATOR (x1) SPC Benjamin 469 FM (x2) 1LT Ongondi MSG Bowman VACANT- OFF VACANT- OFF MSG Mikell SFC Bogle TRANS LAND OFF/NCO (x2) MSG Denson 310 HRSC (x4) LTC Blankenship SGM Cieutat CPT Wratee SFC Schmidt VACANT- OFF CONTAINER MANAGER (x1) SFC Dukes MOV MNGT

    4. EECP/DEPEX Milestones EECP focused training 21 Oct EECP Set-up DEPEX ROC DRILL 14 Sep(BA) 22-24 Oct (BA) DEPEX Rehearsal/SRP Commo Systems Test and updated DEPEX 12-17 Nov NAS JRB to Camp Shelby EECP CofS IPR 4 Sep Load plans 11 Sep 3 Sep Comms layout and check EECP/ DEPEX WG EECP/ DEPEX WG EECP CofS IPR IPR/WG CofS IPR/WG ROC Drill Setup COL Snead ARSOUTH DCO Drivers Training Full time Personnel Equipment layout Pre stage equipment 11 Nov Finalize load plans Exercise alert roster Conduct rollout IAW N hour sequence Deployment brief EECP/ DEPEX WG DEPEX Final IPR

    5. EECP TY14 Training Road to Readiness FY14 PANAMAX 14 Aug 14 Jun 14 USSOUTHCOM AOR Hurricane Season Starts CPX w/ARSOUTH (EECP CTE) May 14 BA (MUTA 4: 11-12 May) Gunnery 5 – TSC Warm Start to CPX-S; SRP EECP Personnel; Individual TCERT Training Apr 14 BA (MUTA 6: 18-20 Apr) Gunnery 4 – COA and Decision Brief Mar 14 BA (MUTA 6: 21-23 Mar) Gunnery 3 – EECP/MCP STAFFEX Feb 14 LCOP Development w/ SPO Leaders; JHOC 35 pax Jan 14 USSOUTHCOM AOR Hurricane Season Ends BA (MUTA 4: 11-12 Jan) Gunnery 2 – Mission Analysis and Brief; Dec 13 BA (MUTA 4: 14-15 Dec) ARSOUTH 101; SOUTHCOM J4/DLA LNO Visit; AOR Familiarization Brief; Individual TSIRT training Nov 13 DEPEX - EECP deploys to Camp Shelby; Gunnery 1 - EECP/ MCP COMMEX w/ ARSOUTH (7 days AT 12-17 Nov) BA (MUTA 6: 15-17 Nov) Oct 13 BA (CANCELED) (MUTA 4: 19-20 Oct) ARSOUTH DCO COL Snead visit; DEPEX rehearsal; APAN and DCO Training; EECP Set-up; Final Load Validation Sep 13 BA (MUTA 4: 14-15 Sep) DEPEX ROC Drill, Loan Plan Development; Palletizing Training Aug 13 BA (MUTA 4: 17-18 ) Strategic Enablers Briefing: DLA; DST Training and Air Load Training Jul 13 BA (MUTA 6: 19-21 Jul) – Focus: SRP EECP Personnel; JHOC - 40 pax; Individual TSIRT Training; Equipment layout

    6. Base Support Installation CP Shelby, MS EECP Set-up Site CSJFTC Landing Strip

    7. EECP TRAINING Contact Number:xxxxxxxxxxxxx Mission. The EECP deploys to Camp Shelby IOT validate load plan, establish communications with MCP, and conduct internal training. CAMP SHELBY OIC’s Intent. To deploy the EECP IOT validated equipment and load plan. We will utilize this exercise to practice our processes and procedures and identify and procure equipment shortages IOT maintain a deployable EECP. End State: Deployment Plan and Communications Equipment is validated and EECP personnel redeploy to Belle Chasse safely. Supported METL.55-9-4804: Conduct Deployment Activities; 55-9-4805: Conduct Pre-deployment Activities; 55-2-4801: Perform Deployment Alert Activities; 55-9-4873: Plan Deployment; 63-2-4007: Occupy Area of Operations; 63-2-4012: Setup a Unit Command Post; 63-2-4040: Provide Communications; 11-6-8021: Establish a Local Area Network Key Tasks. T: Deploy Early Entry Command Post (EECP) P: To identify EECP equipment & personnel, prepare load plans, and deploy into Area of Operations T: Setup Early Entry Command Post (EECP) P: To Setup EECP equipment and ensure that all equipment is operating properly under field conditions. T:Establish Communications P: Validate our communications capabilities with MCP and identify the EECP shortfalls. EECP Location ALT. EECP Location Concept of Operations. This exercise will be divided in four phases; I. Preparations and loading of EECP equipment: DST will have the lead & supported by EECP II. Movement to Camp Shelby: EECP will have the lead and supported by HHC. III. EECP Set-up/Training: EECP will have the lead and supported by HHC IV. Redeployment: EECP will have the lead and supported by HHC.

    8. EECP MOVEMENT EQUIPMENT DENSITY Driver: SPC Smith TC: LTC Garcia Passenger: SGM Bishop LOAD: COL Hunt Driver: SPC Collins TC: SFC Sanderford LOAD: Driver: SSG Fox TC: CPT Kemna Passenger: LOAD: HQ 31-2/ SN-AT015752BFJK HQ 81/ SN675587 15KW GEN HVAC HQ 83/ SN575297 Driver: SPC Gore TC: SFC Powell LOAD: ELAM 5 HVAC HQ 82/ SN575609 HQ 31-5/SN-BT107739BGLS Driver: MSG Ulmer TC: CPT Pacheco LOAD: Driver: SSG Ruffin TC: COL Baginski Passenger: MAJ Dunbar Passenger: LTC B-Jones LOAD: HQ 31-7/ SN-AT020722BFF Start Point: NAS JRB New Orleans End Point: Camp Shelby, MS Distance: 124 Miles EECP Equipment • EECP Requirements • 1 X MTV • 3 X HMMWV’S • 1 X 15K GENERATOR • 2 X HVAC • 1 X ELAM w/ VSAT & SNAP • Tents: • 1 x 600 Series w/floor (Dome) • 1 x 200 Series w/floor (Conf Room) • 2 x 100 Series w/floor (Entrance & EECP OIC) • 4 x 300 Series w/floor (Sleeping Tents) • Additional Sections Requirements • G1 = 1 x tuff box • G2 = 2 x tuff boxes • G3 = No additional equipment • G4 = No additional equipment • G6 = 4 x cases + 2 x tuff boxes • SPO = pallet w/office supplies (chem. lights, engineer tape, batteries, markers, paper, etc) • Surgeon = 1 x tuff box • SJA = No additional equipment • Chaplain = No additional equipment • 469th Finance = Safe • HRSC = No additional equipment Driver: SPC Davis TC: MSG Mikell CONVOY TIMELINE • 4-8 Mar 13 – Driver’s Training • 8 Mar 13 – Load Equipment on Vehicles/ELAM • 18 Mar 13 – ELAM deploy to Camp Shelby • 201400Mar 13 – Stage Vehicles/Load A Bags • 210600Mar 13 – Formation/PCC/PCIs • 210630Mar 13 – Weapon Draw M4/M9 • 210800Mar 13 – SP Belle Chasse

    9. EECP TRAINING TIMELINE

    10. NOVEMBER CALENDAR - 100% Acct. - TPU/AC/AGR Rep. - Stage Equip/SRP - Begin POV Storage - Equip. WT/Staged - ManditoryTrng - Crosslevels - ISOPREP - TRK & Aircraft Arrives - EECP Equip. Loaded - Personal Affairs - Vehicles Staged - EECP Est. - EECP Commo - Equip Teardown - Equiip. Staged Veterans Day EECP/MCP/DST Alert - MCP Reports - MCP Ops Up - EECP SP - EECP Est. - EECP Redeploy - EECP Conduct SRP - Recovery - 100% SI Inventory

    11. TASKS

    12. SET-UP TEAMS BG Ives, Jonathan COL Baginski, Theresa SGM Bishop, Jefferey L.

    13. EECP Personnel Soldiers in Red denotes not attending DEPEX

    14. EECP Layout 15K GEN Smart Tables ELAM LAND CA VIP/Briefing G4 G1 469 FM MAINT SEA CLIII/WTR MOB/ TRANS DIB/DMC CHIEF HVAC G2 TRANS/AIR Entry Control Point EECP NCOIC BTL NCO OPS NCOIC BTL CPT OPERATOR CHOPS VOIP MC4 PRINTER TC-AIMS II GUARD HRSC PRINTER SAMS-E NIPR HRSC JTF LNO CHAP PAO SURG SJA OIC Work Area SIPR PBUSE BCS3 BFT Workstation Finance LSD SNAP VSAT BGAN LEGEND