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  1. Joint Logistics Education, Training, and Exercise Study Jim Toone WJTSC 10-1 31 March 2010 1 UNCLASSIFIED

  2. Purpose • Provide an overview of the recently completed Joint Logistics Education, Training and Exercise Study (JLETES) • Discuss the methodology, findings, and recommendations of the JLETES 2

  3. Study Background and Purpose • Congressionally Mandated • Sponsored by OUSD L&MR and USJFCOM J7 • Execute an independent study on the effectiveness and efficiency of Joint Logistics education and training • Determine how Joint logistics education and training could be improved to best support the Warfighter and the Joint Force Commander • August 2008 – July 2009 • Deliverables • JLETES • Worldwide Joint Training and Scheduling Conference Working Group • Survey and Data Analysis • Education and Training Landscape • Stakeholders • DOD • Combatant Commands • Services • Joint Staff 3

  4. Study Methodology • Reviewed: • Previous studies on or related to Joint logistics education and training since 2006 • Combatant Command and Services lessons learned and exercise after action reports • Multinational and Unified View reports and briefings • Surveyed Combatant Command J-4 & J-7 Branch Chiefs & AOs: • Joint planning and logistics proficiencies • Logistics play and use of logistics tools in exercises • Joint logistics education and training • Interviewed SMEs: • Joint Staff • Combatant Commands • Services • Educational institutions • Collected and Consolidated Data: • Joint and Service related logistics education and training courses • Civilian logistics education and training courses relevant to DOD personnel 4

  5. Overarching Findings • Lack of an overall Joint Logistics Governance Authority • No tracking of logistics studies findings, recommendations, & initiatives • No oversight to ensure Joint logistics courses are reviewed and certified by USJFCOM • No coordination of initiatives • Lack of a Joint Logistics Advanced Knowledge Management System • Myriad of DOD Joint logistics initiatives and recommendations have not been disseminated or shared • Lost opportunities to synergize partnership efforts with MNs/IAs/NGOs, private industry, and academia • Joint logisticians do not have the reach back or access they need to planning information and Joint logistics education and training 5

  6. Good News • Joint Lessons Learned Information System (JLLIS) • Joint Doctrine, Education and Training Electronic Information System (JDEIS) • JTF Headquarters Training Guide • Doctrine Networked Education and Training Website (DOCNET) • Multinational Experimentation Series (MNE) • Joint Training & Experimentation Network (JTEN) • Training Gaps Analysis Forum (TGAF) • Joint Capabilities Area Mgmt System (JCAMS) • Joint Knowledge On-line • WJTSC • JLDEF • CJSL • DOD Logistics Roadmap • Joint Logistics Community of Practice (DAU ACC) • National Logistics Curriculum (12 Point) • Quadrilateral Log Forum Training Requirements Working Group • Strategic Mobility 21 • Logistics Joint Capability Areas • JXDS • Logistics Observer Trainers • Unified View • Logistics Human Capital Strategy • LOGTOOL • NDIA & Civilian Educational Partnerships 6

  7. Finding and Recommendations • Forty-four additional findings and recommendations were found in the following areas: • Previous studies and initiatives • Logistics JCAs and competencies • Joint logistics education and training • Joint planning education and training • Joint lessons learned • Exercises • Technology and modeling and simulation • Experimentation 7

  8. Near-term RecommendationsTo 18 Months • Align • Joint logistics billets with applicable courses • Core logistics capabilities in JP 4-0 with approved logistics JCAs • Joint logistics competencies • Joint Publication 4-0 Series pubs with new JP 4-0 • Promote • JKO & USTRANSCOM Distribution Academy • DOD Logistics Human Capital Strategy • Availability of tools & handbooks • JLLIS • Joint logistics educators COP/COI & Education Landscape • CJSL • Expand • MN/IA/NGO logistics training • Joint logistics educators COP/COI & Education Landscape • Develop • POM to support recommendations from this and previous studies • Joint logistics Advanced Knowledge Management System • Governing boards for Joint logistics education and training • Searchable database for logistics courses 8

  9. Mid-term Recommendations18 Months to 3 Years • Review • Education & training opportunities on logistics JCAs • Logistics learning objectives for JAWS • Decision to cancel JFSC’s Joint Planning Orientation Course • USJFCOM & USTRANSCOM exercise system capability requirements • Expand • Joint logistics Advanced Knowledge Management System • Joint logistics courses as required/recommended • Logistician participation in JPME II & advanced PME/JPME schools • Logistics play in exercises • Logistics experimentation • Develop • Standard logistics competencies across DOD • JKO planning courses 9

  10. Long-term Recommendations3 to 5 Years • Expand • DOD Logistics Roadmap with missing JCAs • Logistician participation in JPME II & advanced PME/JPME schools • MN/IA/NGO logistics education and training • Develop • A robust simulation to represent mobilization, deployment, & redeployment • A series of dual-use (military and commercial) capability experiments associated with force deployment and sustainment distribution • A Unified View-like process to analyze other JCAs 10

  11. JLET Working Group 09-2 AAR • Questions arose regarding survey • How did those who attended JPME II feel regarding their own Joint planning skills? • Cross Tabulated Results and Responded in E-mail • Met with Col McCaffrey regarding his comment on the JP 4 Series Publications • Results from this meeting added to JLETES • Where requested, other survey responses broken down by COCOMS and results e-mailed

  12. JPME Cross Tabulation on JLETES Survey • JOPES:JMPE II Attendees- 40%  Non-attendees- 25% • Deliberate Planning:JMPE II Attendees- 61%  Non-attendees- 43% • Crisis Action Planning:JMPE II Attendees-  60%  Non-attendees- 43% • Adaptive Planning:JMPE II Attendees-  38%  Non-attendees- 31% • Joint Strategic Capabilities Plan:JMPE II Attendees- 42%  Non-attendees- 25% • Combined Ops Planning (MN):JMPE II Attendees- 38%  Non-attendees- 28% • Civil Military Ops Planning (IA):JMPE II Attendees- 36%  Non-attendees- 27% • Global Force Management:JMPE II Attendees- 35%  Non-attendees- 18%

  13. Questions 10

  14. Back-up Slides 14

  15. Factors 15

  16. Findings and Recommendations • Over 40 findings and recommendations in • eight major categories: • Previous Studies • Logistics Joint Capability Areas (JCAs) and Competencies • Education and Training • Joint Planning Education and Training • Lessons Learned • Exercises • Technology and Modeling and Simulation • Experimentation Near-term recommendations: • Align Joint logistics billets w/applicable courses and bring logistics core capabilities in JP 4-0 into alignment with the approved logistics JCAs • Promote JKDDC & USTRANSCOM Distribution Academy, the DOD Logistics Human Capital Strategy, the availability of logistics tools and handbooks, JLLIS, • and the logistics education COP/COI & education landscape • Expand MN/IA/NGO logistics training, the Joint logistics COP/COI, & CJSL • Develop a logistics advanced KMS, a governance authority for joint logistics education & training, & a searchable database for logistics courses • Mid-term recommendations: • Review education and training WRT logistics JCAs; logistics learning objectives for JAWS, decision to cancel Joint Planning Orientation Course @ JFSC, and USJFCOM & USTRANSCOM exercise system capability requirements • Expand logistics advanced KMS, joint logistics courses as required, logistician participation in Advanced Schools and JPMEII, logistics experimentation • Develop POM to support recommendations from this and previous studies, DOD standard logistics competencies, and JKDDC planning courses • Long-term recommendations: • Expand DOD Logistics Roadmap with missing JCAs; logistician participation in JPMEII and Advanced Schools; MN/IA/NGO logistics training, logistics advanced KMS • Develop a robust simulation to represent mobilization, deployment, and redeployment, a series of dual-use (commercial and military) capability experiments associated with force deployment and sustainment distribution, a Unified-view-like process to analyze other JCAs 16

  17. Joint Logistics Education and Training • Problem Statement: There is no governance and management structure existing to support the DOD Joint logistics education and training requirements. • Operational Capability: • A Joint Logistics Education and Training Governance Authority that will lead the effort to refine and implement the proposed Joint Logistics Education, Training, and Exercise Study (JLETES) Roadmap  • This governing authority will provide direct support to the Warfighter by: • Overseeing the implementation of a Joint Logistics Advanced Knowledge Management System to support the Joint logistician • Ensuring Joint logistics courses are certified • Providing overall coordination of Joint logistics education and training initiatives   Wasted time No tracking of logistics studies: findings, and recommendations Increased Costs Unnecessary Casualties Myriad of DOD Joint logistics initiatives and recommendations have not been disseminated or shared Duplication of Effort Failure to consistently provide the Combatant Commander with well educated and trained joint logistics professionals. No coordination of education initiatives • Accomplishments: • Completed an independent study on the effectiveness and efficiency of Joint Logistics education and training in DOD • Facilitated Joint Logistics Working Goups at WJTSC 09-1 & 2 • Reviewed logistics education and training related studies, shared information, and identified opportunities to close the gaps and seams in Joint/DOD logistics education and training • Provide a comprehensive briefing on the JLETES as well a detailed analysis of the results from the revised JLETES survey • Proposed Technical Approach: • Socialize the study findings and recommendations and develop way-ahead (JS J4, JS J7,, and Center for Joint Logistics and Strategic Excellence) • POA&M: • Formally designate a flag/general officer-level Joint Logistics Education and Training Governance Board consisting of reps from the Office Secretary of Defense (Personnel and Readiness (OSD (P&R)), Joint Staff, USJFCOM, USTRANSCOM, DLA, DUSD (L&MR), Center for Joint and Strategic Logistics Excellence, and geographic combatant commands. • After stand-up of governing authority, transition this issue to Joint Individual and Staff Training Working Group at WJTSC.  • Deliverables: • March 2010: Issue update at WJTSC 10-1 • September 2010:Brief COA to achieve endstate & transition to Joint and Individual Staff Training WG