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DOCTRINE FUNDAMENTALS. PQS Section 101. Army Provides military troop construction support to the Air Force overseas Air Force Provides military troop engineer support to other services. Marine Corp General engineering support to MAGTFs.

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    1. DOCTRINE FUNDAMENTALS PQS Section 101

    2. Army Provides military troop construction support to the Air Force overseas Air Force Provides military troop engineer support to other services Marine Corp General engineering support to MAGTFs 101.1 Discuss the different capabilities of Air Force, Army, and Marine Corps engineering units.

    3. 101.2 Discuss the Naval Construction Force (NCF) Officer’s Role in support of a Joint Task Force (JTF) • Provide direct engineering support to the MAGTF • Capabilities may be extended to • MOOTW (military operation other than war) • Humanitarian aid • Disaster relief operations

    4. a.) Naval Construction Force Support of Marine Air-Ground Task Force Operations (NWP4-04.1) Enhance understanding between MAGTF and NCF Commanders Describe NCF missions, organizations and capabilities Allow effective integration, coordination and employment of Seabees in to the MAGTF providing considerable combat service support force multiplier for the MAGTF Commander 101.3 Discuss the purpose of the following in relation to NCF Doctrine

    5. b.) Naval Civil Engineer Corps Operations NWP 4-04.2 A doctrinal basis of Tactics, Techniques and Procedures for Navy Civil Engineer operations in support of JTF The mission, task, organization, and capabilities are describe to allow Navy Civil Engineer capabilities in to JTF operations 101.3 Discuss the purpose of the following in relation to NCF Doctrine (cont.)

    6. c.) Unified Action Armed Forces (UNAAF-Jointpub0-2) Sets doctrine, principles and policy to govern joint activities and performances of the Armed Forces of the United States Designates command relationships and authority military commanders can use Provides doctrine, principles,and policy for exercising authority, organizing joint forces 101.3 Discuss the purpose of the following in relation to NCF Doctrine (cont.)

    7. 101.4 Define the following terms and discuss how they apply to NCF operations within the MAGTF • a.) MEU - Marine Expeditionary Unit • Provides an immediate reaction capability to crisis. • b.) MEF - Marine Expeditionary Force • Task organized and tailored for any intensity of combat to any geographic environment. • c.) MEF-F - Marine Expeditionary Force (Forward) • Task organized and capable of conducting operations in low and mid-intensity conflict environments

    8. 101.4 Define the following terms and discuss how they apply to NCF operations within the MAGTF (cont.) • d.) GCE - Ground Combat Element • Tailored to conduct ground maneuver operations • Constructed around a combat infantry unit • e.) ACE - Aviation Combat Element • Tailored to conduct tactical air operations • Constructed of aviation commands and their support • f.) CSSE - Combat Service Support Element • Provides combat service support beyond the organic capabilities of the other elements. (ADP, supply, medical)

    9. 101.4 Define the following terms and discuss how they apply to NCF operations within the MAGTF (cont.) • g.) CE - Command/Combat Element • Headquarters. Established for effective planning and execution. A CEC officer is attached to the CE, engineer staff. • h.) MSC - Military Sealift Command • Asset to MAGTF for transportation of equipment

    10. 101.4 Define the following terms and discuss how they apply to NCF operations within the MAGTF (cont.)

    11. Administration/Command & Control Fundamental Officer PQS 102

    12. 102.1 Discuss the main elements contained in a Judge Advocate General (JAG) investigation and when to conduct an investigation • There are three types of investigations. • Command Investigations • Litigation-Report Investigations • Courts and Boards of Inquiry

    13. 102.1 Discuss the main elements contained in a Judge Advocate General (JAG) investigation and when to conduct an investigation (cont.) • Command Investigation • To gather, analyze, and record relevant information about an incident or event of primary interest of command authorities • Conducted for the following reasons: • significant property losses. • possible misconduct, disease or injury leading to permanent disability or inability to perform duty exceeding 24 hours. • death of military or civilian personnel caused by suicide or unusual circumstance. • aircraft incidents, grounding, flooding, fires and collisions which are not major incidents.

    14. 102.1 Discuss the main elements contained in a Judge Advocate General (JAG) investigation and when to conduct an investigation (cont.) • Litigation-Report Investigation • Prepare to defend the legal interest of the Department and the United States against claims or civil litigation • Conducted for the following reasons: • conducted under direction of a judge advocate. • conducted primarily for claims or litigation. • same reasons as that of a command investigation. • incidents which cause significant damage to the environment.

    15. 102.1 Discuss the main elements contained in a Judge Advocate General (JAG) investigation and when to conduct an investigation (cont.) • Courts and Boards of Inquiry • Use a hearing procedure and should be reserved for the investigation of major incidents, serious, significant events.

    16. Main Elements of Investigation • Responsible for initiating • generally an officer in charge. • an another command upon request. • the nearest command. • incidents involving Marine Corps personnel. • Convening Order • official letter from the convening authority to the investigation. • recites the specific purposes of the inquiry. • Contains explicit instruction about scope.

    17. Elements (cont.) • Method • convened in writing and collects evidence. • May contain sworn statement. • One or more investigators. • Time limitations • due normally in 30 days of convening order • completed in 20 days for deaths. • Evidence and Witnesses

    18. 102.2 Discuss the Status of Resources and Training System (SORTS) and the different levels of readiness. • Principal report to provide status data to the National Command Authority. • Not used as a performance appraisal of a Command Officer. • Overall picture of Units combat readiness at the time of report. • There are two section, Part I and Part II. • Individual reports classified CONFIDENTIAL. • Trends classified SECRET.

    19. 102.2 Discuss the Status of Resources and Training System (SORTS) and the different levels of readiness. (cont.) • Reporting requirements • Upon departure of AP and arrival of MB. • Departure of Air Det, but not for exercises. • In response to a Navy sorts Quarterly Evaluation. • Within 4 hr of a change in C/M status • Change in unit structure strength of plus or minus 5 %. • Change of command. • Upon request from higher authority.

    20. 102.2 Discuss the Status of Resources and Training System (SORTS) and the different levels of readiness. (cont.) • Categories and Mission Areas • 4 primary mission areas (PRMAR): M ratings • CCC- command, control and communication • CON- construction • MOB- mobility • FSO-fleet support operations • 4 categories: C ratings • PER-personnel • SUP- supply • EQP-equipment • TNG-training

    21. 102.2 Discuss the Status of Resources and Training System (SORTS) and the different levels of readiness. (cont.) • Level of Readiness • M/C1- capable of performing FULL wartime mission. • M/C2- capable of performing BULK of wartime mission. • M/C3- capable of performing MAJOR portions of wartime mission. • M/C4- requires additional resources and /or training in order to undertake wartime mission. • M/C5- undergoing a service-directed resource change and not prepared for wartime mission.

    22. 102.3 Define the following terms and discuss the differences between them. • Gaining commander receives complete authoritative direction over assigned units for operational matters and has responsibility for all matters except logistics, admin, discipline, internal organization, and unit training. a.) OPCON

    23. 102.3 Define the following terms and discuss the differences between them. (cont.) • Gaining commander receives authoritative direction in respect to administrative matters such as personnel management, supply, services, and other matters not included in the operational mission. b.) ADCON

    24. 102.3 Define the following terms and discuss the differences between them. (cont.) • Gaining commander receives temporary tactical authority over the unit assigned to him or located in his area. He may tactically direct the unit or plan its employment while assigned or located in his area to complete assigned mission or tasking. c.) TACON

    25. 102.4 Discuss the differences between a unit providing general support to another unit and one providing direct support to another unit. • Direct support (DS) is were a parent command provides support to another unit, were as general support (GS) provides support to their own parent commander’s force as a whole. • For DS, communications are established between units but not necessary with GS units. • For DS, the supported unit is relieved of the admin and logistic burdens not the case for GS. • For DS, the parent command must provide consistent support by established plans, in a GS, the commander retains control of organic assets and attached elements and uses them to benefit the parent command as a whole.

    26. SUPPLY/LOGISTICS FUNDAMENTALS PQS Section 103

    27. 103.1 Discuss the Pre-positioned War Reserve Management System (PWRMS) and how it is utilized within the Naval Construction Force (NCF). • Active NMCB units have a complete TOA assigned to the custody of the NCBs and their Fleet CINCs. • The TOA for reserve NCF units and CBUs is managed under the PWRMS program. • The PWRMS program is managed and controlled by Seabee Logistics Center (SLC) for the the program sponsor CNO (N41).

    28. 103.1 Discuss the Pre-positioned War Reserve Management System (PWRMS) and how it is utilized within the Naval Construction Force (NCF). • SLC’s Responsibilities • Develops/maintains TOA standards • Ensures equipment in TOA air-certifiable • Procures, stores, maintains PWRMS for NCF reserve units • Provides/coordinates planning, programming, budgeting of all TOA and PWRMS Implements centralized CESE & PWRMS mgmt • Maximizes program cost effectiveness • Coordinates Advanced Base Functional Components (ABFC) and TOA for NCF units • Serves as Logistics Agent for NCF participation in MPF Program (***NCF MPF TOAs are PWRMS!)

    29. 103.2 Discuss the Maritime Pre-positioned Force (MFP) principles of strategy and their relationship in support of the Marine Air-Ground Task Force (MAGFT). • Definition; A strategic deployment option that quickly combines substantial pre-positioned equipment/supplies loaded aboard ships of a Maritime Pre-positioning Ship Squadron (MPSRON) with a Marine Air-Ground Task Force (MAGTF) to establish a mechanized force. • MAGTF, Naval Construction Regiment (NCR), Naval Support Element (NSE) personnel, selected equipment, combat aircraft flown into arrival and assembly area (AAA) where Maritime Pre-positioning Force (MPF) operation occurs

    30. 103.2 Discuss the Maritime Pre-positioned Force (MFP) principles of strategy and their relationship in support of the Marine Air-Ground Task Force (MAGFT). (cont.) • Capabilities/Functions of MPF • Reinforce amphibious operation • Occupy/reinforce advanced naval base • Reinforce ally with credible force prior to hostilities • Establish sizable force ashore in support of ops ashore • Augment fleet defense by providing tactical air support from ashore • Provide rapid peacetime response for Military Operations other Than War (i.e. disaster relief)

    31. 103.2 Discuss the Maritime Pre-positioned Force (MPF) principles of strategy and their relationship in support of the Marine Air-Ground Task Force (MAGTF) (cont.) • Calls for MPSRON forward deployed with combat equipment and sustaining supplies for MAGTF of 17,000 personnel for 30 days • (1) MPF Operation is ordered • (2) Marines, Sailors, Seabees of MAGTF, NSE, NSR airlifted by Air Mobility Command (AMC) to AAA • (3) Equipment/supplies off-loaded and issued to combat units

    32. 103.2 Discuss the Maritime Pre-positioned Force (MPF) principles of strategy and their relationship in support of the Marine Air-Ground Task Force (MAGTF) (cont.) • (4) MAGTF Commander states he is combat ready • (5) MPF terminated • (6) Operational control of MAGTF transferred to numbered fleet commander, joint/combined task force commander, or geographic commander, Marine Forces for subsequent operations ashore

    33. 103.2 Discuss the Maritime Pre-positioned Force (MFP) principles of strategy and their relationship in support of the Marine Air-Ground Task Force (MAGFT). (cont.) • Phases of MPF Operations • (1) Planning • (2) Marshalling • (3) Movement • (4) Arrival and Assembly

    34. 103.2 Discuss the Maritime Pre-positioned Force (MFP) principles of strategy and their relationship in support of the Marine Air-Ground Task Force (MAGFT). (cont.) • 5 Movement Groups for MPF Operations • (1) Survey, Liaison, Reconnaissance Party (SLRP): forms initial element of Advance Party, disestablished when AAA Operations Group (AAAOG) established, activated for operations • (2) Off-Load Preparation Party (OPP): maintenance/equipment operators from MAGTF elements and NSE who become nucleus of ship’s debarkation teams upon completion of off-load preparations

    35. 103.2 Discuss the Maritime Pre-positioned Force (MFP) principles of strategy and their relationship in support of the Marine Air-Ground Task Force (MAGFT). (cont.) • (3) Advance Party:formed from personnel from SLRP + equipment/individuals from deploying elements of MB; establishes AAAOG, Leading Force Support Party (LFSP), and AAAOG Elements • (4) Main Body: remaining forces not in AAA operations (i.e. combat forces) • (5) Flight Ferry: involves movement of self-deploying aircraft, including associated support personnel equipment and aerial refueling aircraft

    36. 103.3 List the different echelons of your unit’s Table of Allowance (TOA). • In both contingency and day-to-day operations, NCF unit may be required to support, simultaneously, multiple projects, tasks, locations. • Preplanning for such contingencies/management of resources required to support these operations are aided by “echeloning” certain TOAs. • Echeloning is based on anticipated prioritization of personnel, material/equipment, availability of airlift vs. sealift support

    37. 103.3 List the different echelons of your unit’s Table of Allowance (TOA) (cont.) • All echelons combined from NAVFAC P-25 (NMCB TOA) for 763 personnel • Breakdown: • (1) Air Det - P25A • 89 personnel (2 officers, 87 enlisted) • 48-hr mount-out • (2) Air Echelon (AE) - P25C • 649 personnel • 6-day mount-out • (3) Sea Echelon (AS) - P25D • 25 personnel • 30-day arrival • ship riders

    38. Current Transition to ModulesTOA - P25M (1) Fly in Mod 782 Gear Personal weapons Some Comm Gear MREs Basic support items (2) Core Mod 250 man Camp 59 pieces CESE Tools for 250 Det Full support for Air Det size unit 103.3 List the different echelons of your unit’s Table of Allowance (TOA) (cont.)

    39. 103.3 List the different echelons of your unit’s Table of Allowance (TOA) (cont.) • (4) Heavy Mod • A Co Shops • A Co large tools • 42 pieces of CESE • Horizontal const support • Water well/pile driving/Distributor • (3) Basic Mod • B/C Co Shops • 38 pieces of CESE • Vertical const support • ABM • Trenchers • HQ Co items

    40. 103.3 List the different echelons of your unit’s Table of Allowance (TOA) (cont.) MPF (Enhanced) Echelons

    41. 103.3 List the different echelons of your unit’s Table of Allowance (TOA) (cont.) NMCB TOAs “PRESENT & FUTURE”

    42. Communications/ Communications Security (COMSEC) Fundamentals Officer PQS 104

    43. 104.1 Discuss the major components of a Communications, Electronics, Operating Instruction (CEOI) • Contains Technical Guidance Required to Establish and Maintain Communications • Provides: • The Details to Coordinate and Control All Unit Communications • A Standardized Source of Information • Enhances: • Operational Capability • Security

    44. The CEOI contains: General Communications Instructions Call Sign Assignments Frequency Assignments Radio Net Circuit Designator Wire/Cable Trunk Circuit Designations Wire/Cable Tagging Codes Identification and Marking Panel Codes Signal Panel Message Instructions Pyrotechnic and Smoke Codes Grounds-Air Signals Sound Warning Signals General Cryptographic Instructions 104.1 Discuss the major components of a Communications, Electronics, Operating Instruction (CEOI) (cont.)

    45. 104.1 Discuss the major components of a Communications, Electronics, Operating Instruction (CEOI) (cont.) • Current Effective Editions of the Crypto Key Lists • Codes and Ciphers • Passwords/Challenges • General Authentication Instructions • Effective Authentication Tables • Telephone Directory Names/Numbers • Teletype and Data Routing Indicators • Cryptographic Devices to be Used

    46. 104.2 List the communication gear found in your unit’s Table of Allowance (TOA) • P-25 section 015 • Air Echelon Communication Equipment • Weight : 17 Tons • Cost : = $ 2.3 M

    47. 104.2 List the communication gear found in your unit’s Table of Allowance (TOA) (cont.) • Assemblies - NavAids/Phones • GPS (AN/PSN-11) (10) • STU 3 Phone (7) • STU 3 Cell Phone (2) • Secure Modem(SDD-1910) (2) • Tactical Fax(AN/UXC-7) (3) • Commercial Fax (COTS) (2)

    48. 104.2 List the communication gear found in your unit’s Table of Allowance (TOA) (cont.) • Assemblies - NavAids/Phones (cont.) • UHF SATCOM (AN/PSC-5) (2) • SATCOM Telephone (INMARSAT) (2) • Field Phone (TA-838) (14) • Field Phone (TA-312) (93) • Switchboard (SB-22) (8) • Switchboard (SB-3614) (1) • Sound Powered Phone (TA-1) (40)

    49. 104.2 List the communication gear found in your unit’s Table of Allowance (TOA) (cont.) • Assemblies - VHF Radios(Short Range) • SINCGARS Family • AN/VRC- 90A (vehicle) (15) • AN/PRC- 92A (base station) (9) • AN/VRC- 119A (manpack) (50) • Handheld Radios • SABERS (saber 1) (65) • Base Station (P-1755) (3) • Antennas • OE-254 (24)

    50. 104.2 List the communication gear found in your unit’s Table of Allowance (TOA) (cont.) • Assemblies - HF Radios(Long Range) • MANPACK • AN/PRC-138B (replace 104s) (5) • VEHICLE • AN/GRC-231V (15) • BASE STATION • AN/GRC-231A (15) • ANTENNA • AS-2259 (6)