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  1. 2004 Tactical Wheel Vehicle Conference – Current to Future Force Deputy Chief of Staff, G-8 LTG Benjamin S. Griffin 2 February 2004

  2. G-8 Mission G-8 Organization J8 Resources & Requirements Joint Warfighting Capability Assessments Wargaming Simulation & Analysis HQAF HQNA HQMC Plans & Programs Resources, Rqmts & Assessments Programs & Resources • Responsible for the future Army through: • Programming • Materiel Integration • Integration of Army Focus • Areas • Studies and Analysis • Develop, independently assess, integrate, and synchronize The Army Program (PAE) • Materiel Program execution, Unit Set Fielding, joint materiel requirements; and Doctrine, Organization, Training, Materiel Requirements, Leadership -Personnel and Facilities (DOTML-PF) integration(FD) • Army Lead for Joint Requirements Oversight Council (FD), Quadrennial Defense Review, & Defense Planning Guidance (QDR) • Conduct analyses of Army forces and systems in joint and combined warfighting (CAA) • Lead for Army Business Initiatives Council (BIC); represent Army in DoD BIC. “Efficiency thru implementation of good ideas” Programs Programming Programs Fiscal Division Assessments Strategic Planning Fiscal Mgmt JROC Link Special Programs OSD Link G-8 Deputy G-8 SES SES Program Analysis & Evaluation Force Development Center for Army Analysis Army QDR Office OSD (PA&E) USD (Policy) USD (AT&L) Army Program (All Aspects) Independent Analysis Hardware Divisions Unit Set Fielding DOTML-PF Integration Wargaming Warfight Analysis DPG Studies Congressional Reviews Study Integration

  3. Capabilities / Requirements Determination Concepts /Architectures Assessment & Analysis Reconciliation & Recommendations Programming Acquisition Joint Capabilities Integration and Development System Capabilities Determination High Joint Community will drive capabilities determination in the future Services were the key driver for requirements determination in the past Level of Analytical Effort Services Joint Community (COCOMs/DoD/JS/Services) Low Today Past Future OSD / Joint Staff Involvement Over Life Cycle of a Program Today Past Future

  4. Joint Capabilities Integration and Development System JCIDS = Joint Centric Services must be positioned to INFLUENCE Joint Capabilities (Requirements) Past = Service Centric Concept Development Major Combat Ops Stability Ops Homeland Security Strategic Deterrence Services ARSTAF Network-Centric Battlespace Awareness Command and Control Force Application Protection Focused Logistics Service Requirements Joint Capabilities Requirements Generating System G-8 Participation Coordination Integration RQ Senior Leadership + COCOMs + TRADOC + Other Services = Capability JCIDS Documents Studies Other Svc Req Capability Gap Identification Battlespace Awareness Joint Requirements Panel FDJ JS Gatekeeper Command and Control Joint Requirements Board Capability Development Battlespace Awareness Command & Control Network Centric Force Application Protection Focused Logistics Force Application CJCSI3180 FM BA FCB C2 FCB FA FCB P FCB FL FCB NC FCB Protection Joint Requirements Oversight Council Joint Capabilities Board Focused Logistics JROC

  5. Army Organization for FCBs • OIPT Reviews Program Prior to AROC….Reports thru 2 Star GOSC Command and Control Network- Centric Force Application Protection Focused Logistics Battlespace Awareness FCBs J2 RADM Murrett JFCOM J8 Brig Gen Rogers J6 RADM Brown J8 Maj Gen Scott J4 Brig Gen Taylor J8 RADM Mathis JS FDI COL Fountain FDFCS COL St Pierre FDC COL Woods FDS COL Rodriguez FDB COL Spoehr FDL LTC(P) Wyche G8 LTC Hickman LTC Eberle MAJ(P) Bodiford LTC Linick LTC Draxler LTC Gay FDJ MAJ Campbell MAJ Opphile PAE MAJ Kim MAJ Schaefer LTC Allen LTC Fralen SC4 / SSI Ms. Quiroz / COL Justice SMS COL Chase SMA COL Aultman SCS COL Crizer ASSALT Army G2 Mr Aleshin Army G3 COL Uberti Army G6 COL Patterson Army G3 COL Braun Army G3 LTC Magee Army G4 COL Dunn ARSTAF Ctr Prts Army G1 (Mr Lewis) advises all FCBs, as required TRADOC Futures MAJ Espinosa Mr Padgett Mr Ordway LTC Jenkins COL Hayward LTC Avery LOG OIPT SSO - L RSO – S G4 ASSALT TRADOC ISR OIPT FDI - L G3RQ – S AASALT TRADOC OIPT’s FDD-MNVR FDV-AVN FDS-FIRES G3 AASALT C4 OIPT FDC FDL FDT G3 G6 AASALT OIPT’s FDB-CBRNE AND MPs FDE-AMD AASALT TRADOC Overarching Integrated Process Team (OIPT)

  6. Acquisition, Capabilities, and PPBE The Changing DoD Processes Change # 2 Revolutionary Change # 3 Emerging Joint Capabilities Integration & Development System (JCIDS) Combatant Commander Integrated Priority List 29 Oct 2003 CJCS 3170.01C 24 June 03 VCJCS/Service Chief Oversight Change # 4 Emerging Defense Acquisition System Planning, Programming, Budgeting & Execution Process (PPBE) Change # 1 Evolutionary Management Initiative Decision 901, 910, & 913 Aldridge Study 31 Oct 03 Milestone Decision Authority (MDA) Oversight DEPSECDEF Oversight DoD 5000 Series 12 May 03 Revision Aligning three formerly independent and unsynchronized processes

  7. Provide Relevant and Ready Land Power - Current to Future Force • The Network • Modularity • Joint and Expeditionary Mindset • AC/RC Balance • Force Stabilization • Actionable Intelligence Current Force Future Force Tactical Wheeled Vehicles Enable the Force • Installations as Flagships • Resource Processes • Strategic Communications • Authorities, Responsibilities, and Accountability Future Force The Way Ahead Train and Equip Soldiers and Grow Leaders • The Soldier • The Bench • Army Aviation • Leader Development and Education • Combat Training Centers/Battle Command Training Program Relevant and Ready Force

  8. Where We Are Today....Truck Densities Light Medium Heavy M35 2.5T FMTV 10T Dump PLS w/PLS Trailer M35/44 2.5 Ton 23,543 M809 5 Ton 8,408 M939 5 Ton 32,792 M1080/90 5 Ton 9,242 M1078/9 2.5 Ton 10,091 Total 84,076 HMMWV HMMWV M915 5,839 HEMTT 12,713 HET 2,693 PLS 3,541 Total 24,786 HMMWV AO 78,885 HMMWV A1 8,091 HMMWV A2 7,080 HMMWV ECV 7,079 Total 101,135 Trailers - 85,686 295,683 Systems Fleet Age = 17.5 yrs. Fleet Readiness: 87-93%

  9. Enable the Force • Greater reliability • Improved distribution • Improved maintenance • Greater Flexibility Future Force Enhancing Our Capabilities SBCTs Force XXI Early Deployers Container Handling Unit FMTVs Container Handling Unit 7 27 8 FBCB2 Up-Armored HMMWV FMTV HEMTT LHS 1127 191 Up-Armored HMMWV 1213 2200 62 Palletized Load Handling System FMTVs 12 53 29 63 FBCB2 Movement Tracking System Forward Repair System 162 1200 760 HEMTT-Load Handling System FBCB2 34 Forward Repair System

  10. Tactical Wheeled Vehicle Support of OIF Efforts TWVs in OIFQTY% of FleetOPTEMPO HEMTT 1,700 12% 10Yrs/Yr PLS 1,000 27% 10Yrs/Yr HET 1,000 43% 10Yrs/Yr M915 1,200 21% 10Yrs/Yr 2.5/5 Ton 7,435 9% 9Yrs/Yr HMMWV 12,500 12% 6Yrs/Yr UAH 1,886 Trailers 12,00015% 6Yrs/Yr Total 36,835 12%

  11. DCX/OIF Lessons Learned Division Capstone Exercise Operation Iraqi Freedom Distribution Handling Operations C4I Capabilities MTS CHU MTS HEMTT-LHS with CROP • MTS enabled in-transit visibility and BFT • LCOP at the SBCT level enhanced Theater LCOP and support • SATCOM required to operate along extended LOCs • CHU, HEMTT-LHS, MTS, and CROP enhanced battlefield distribution • Great integration of ground & air resupply Survivability C4I Capabilities • Diagnostics-Prognostics needed • CSS digital systems must integrate with ABCS • Log efficiencies more critical on the dispersed battlefield M1114 Up-Armored HMMWV Add-on Armor MTS SA & BFT • Unit’s HMMWVs platforms required additional force protection • FBCB2, MTS, LCOP enhanced Situational Awareness and Blue Force Tracking • MTS provided in-transit visibility and near- real time communications • No Digital Logistics Common Operating Picture (LCOP)

  12. Lessons Learned Application to OIF/OEF • Accelerated fielding of HEMTT-LHS, CROP and MTS to deploying units to enhance distribution. • Provided a very limited Logistics Common Operating Picture capability to SBCT and EAD CSS units. • Provided SATCOM to SBCT and EAD CSS units to enable operations over extended Lines of Communication (very limited). • Increased the production and fielding of Up-Armored HMMWVs and Add-on Armor Kits for all TWVs.

  13. Army Future Force Strategy • Focused on supporting current operations while continuing our transformation efforts • Provide necessary capabilities to Current Force • Balance - Appropriate mix of • Selective fielding of new equipment (modernization) • Rebuild/upgrade of key existing systems (recapitalization) • Preserve needed current equipment (maintenance) • Procurement

  14. Programs FY 02 FUTURE FORCE TRANSITION FROM FY02 TO FUTURE FORCE FY03 FY04 FY05 FY06 FY07 FY08 FY09 FY10 FY11 FY02 CURRENT FORCE (HMMWV, FMTV, HEMTT, PLS, HET) HMMWV contract ends FY07 FMTV contract ends FY08 SUSTAIN & RECAP & New Procurement LT MED HVY HEMTT Extended Service Program contract ends FY07 Current TWVs will support UA Increment 1 Threshold (2010-2012) and UE through 2030 HEMTT funding linked to ESP PLS contract ends FY07 TECHNOLOGY INSERTIONS HET Contract ends FY 04 M1A2sep Tanks in Service through 2020s UA AND UE (FTTS ACTD MSV AND UV) Future TWV Fleet Advanced Concept Techology Demonstration FTTS ACTD DETERMINES REQUIRED CAPABILITIES FOR UA & UE FUTURE REQUIREMENTS (O&O) FOR FUTURE ARMY’S SUSTAINMENT VEHICLES

  15. Fleet Readiness & Future Roles FUTURE ROLE AVG. AGE READINESS KEY ENABLER ITEM C2, MANEUVER (MNVR), MNVR SUSTAINMENT & SUPPORT (SPT) SBCT UA/UE 13.9 92% HMMWV 87% 2.5/5 Ton C2, MANEUVER (MNVR), MNVR SUSTAINMENT & SUPPORT (SPT) SBCT UA/UE 19.9 (7 yrs) 95% FMTV SBCT UA/UE MNVR SUSTAINMENT & SUPPORT (SPT) 92% 8.2 PLS MNVR SUSTAINMENT & SUPPORT (SPT) 8.9 93% UE HET M915 Tractor MNVR SUSTAINMENT & SUPPORT (SPT) 87% 9.0 UE MNVR SUSTAINMENT & SUPPORT (SPT) 87% HEMTT UA/UE 14.8 C2, MNVR, MNVR SUSTAINMENT & SUPPORT (SPT) UA/UE Trailor 24.4 94%

  16. TWV FY 04-09 Funding • Tactical Wheel Vehicles resourcing for POM 04-09 totals : $8,961M • The Army TWV FY04 Supplemental was: $808.6M • The Army TWV FY04-09 Budget (POM plus FY04 Supplemental) is: $9769M

  17. Road Ahead for TWVs ... HEMTT FMTV • Force Protection expanded to other TWVs .. HEMTTs, FMTVs, PLS .... • Selective upgrade of systems based on operational experience, i.e., improved engine in HMMWVs. • Load containerization and improved handling systems to facilitate ammo, fuel, and water delivery. • Improved Command and Control systems PLS HMMWV MLRS on a CROP FMTV-LHS w/Container Fuel Rack on HEMTT LHS Flatrack

  18. Our priority one remains fielding Up-Armored HMMWVs and Add on armor kits to support the war fighter and war efforts. We must seek new approaches to developing solutions – bold solutions – spiral development of new technologies to enhance current force platforms. The challenge to industry is to accelerate development of cost affordable technology ... so that we maintain our warfighting edge. The Army is committed to finding, funding, and fielding affordable materiel requirements to meet future needs. The Army has accepted risk in current forces and capabilities in order to keep development and fielding of the Future Force on schedule. TEAM EFFORT!! Conclusion 18

  19. Questions?