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Integration of ACGU Partners into the Joint Training Enterprise. SEP 10. JUN 09. OCT 09. JAN 10. MAR 10. DEC 09. ACGU: Australia, Canada, Great Britain, United States. Briefer: Col Walrond.

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Integration of acgu partners into the joint training enterprise
Integration of ACGU Partnersinto the Joint Training Enterprise

SEP 10

JUN 09

OCT 09

JAN 10

MAR 10

DEC 09

ACGU: Australia, Canada, Great Britain, United States

Briefer: Col Walrond

Issue 08-018: The enhancement of ACGU Joint, Combined, Multilateral training in order to increase operational capability, preparedness, and improve interoperability.

Discussion:  No formal procedure exists for scheduling and coordinating ACGU Joint Combined and Multilateral training and use of the full range of Live Virtual Constructive (LVC) training capabilities. An ACGU working group (WG), including Combatant Commands and JS J7, needs to be established to draft agreement(s), develop business rules, and identify/develop the appropriate forum for coordination. The WG will use the PACOM-AUS Joint Combined Training Capability (JCTC) work as a starting point. Formal business rules will require a long term effort, but short term efforts will continue to leverage existing multilateral venues.

Endstate: Defense level policy guidance, and agreements. A formal coordination process, business rules and/or other documents as necessary for ACGU partners and combatant commands/Services that outlines the process for scheduling and coordinating bi-lateral and multilateral training and exercises enhanced via LVC enablers using ACGU networks. Short term endstate will address OIF/OEF pre-deployment training. Long term solution expected to take several years.

POA&M: - Formalize overarching vision statement and reach agreement in principle (c/w)

- Establish ACGU WG membership and chair (Policy/Scheduling and Technical/Systems) (c/w)

- Define ACGU training scope

- Establishment of a scheduling process for the JTEN and V&C assets

- Develop and adopt ACGU country agreements/business rules formalizing this process


SEP 08

MAR 09




Initial ACGU WG Agreement in principle

Formal acceptance of agreements/ way ahead

Determine venue for event coordination

Draft ACGU Charter

Enlist OSD rep as WG member

Finalize ACGU Charter, rules