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									                        Army Reserve Force Programs:
             “Structuring the Force to Start the Next 100 Years”




MR. JOHN DAVENPORT, DEPUTY DIRECTOR




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Mr. John Davenport, ARFP, 703.601.0641                      As of: 27 Jun 08
                                                     Army Reserve Transformed
COORDINATION       C2          TECHCON     TDA

  ADCON           OPCON                    MTOE                                                  USARPAC                         USAREUR
                                                                           HQDA
                     IMA                                                   (CSA)
                                                     FORSCOM
                    HRC
               (St. Louis / Ft. Knox)                                                                                 ADCON
                                                                           USARC
                                        ADCON
               NETCOM                                                                      SIGNAL
                                                                                          COMMAND
                 TECHCON                                       RRSC (4)
                                                               RSC (4)                  (THEATER) (-)
                                                                                                                9th MSC               7th CSC



       THEATER                      SIGNAL                                                                        THEATER        REGIONAL           SUSTAINMENT
                                                      MED CMD         AVIATION          MIRC
       ENGINEER                   COMMAND                                                        USACAPOC           MP            1st MSC               CMD
                                                     DEP SPT (2)      COMMAND
      COMMAND (2)                 (THEATER)                                                                       COMMAND                           (THEATER) (1)

                                                                                                                                                                       DSC
       ENGINEER                     SIGNAL
                                      SIGNAL        OPERATIONAL        AVIATION                                      MP                         SUSTAINMENT
      BRIGADE (4)                  BRIGADE                                                      CACOM (4)                                                               ARSC
                                                    CMD POST (2)       BRIGADE                                   BRIGADE (3)                    CMD (EXP) (7)


                                                                                                                                            OPCON
                                                      1A                                                                                                             TRADOC
CAC
 TECHCON       BATTLE CMD                 AR SPT
                                         CMD (1A)                           READINESS       AR MED            TRAINING           TRAINING             TRAINING
                  STAFF
                                                     1A Div                 COMMAND        COMMAND            COMMAND           COMMAND               COMMAND
                TRAINING                                         TNG BDE                                                                                             COORD
                                                                                                               (TASS)              (IET)             (LDR RDNS)
                 DIVISION                                         (OPS)
                                                         (E)

                                                                                                                                  (E)                  (E)

                     BCST                            AR        RSG                                      MAN               OPS
                                                                                                               SUST             IET       IET       FUNC        LT
                                                     TSD                                                SPT               SPT




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                                                             RSC Regions
      52,778                                                                                        88th RRSC                                                                                   43,436
                                                                                                   Ft. McCoy, WI

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Moffett Field, CA                                                            Nebraska
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          (4) Regional Support Commands
         • Regionally Focused
         • Base Operation Support
         • Facility Management                                                                                       81st RRSC
         • Management of AMSA & ECSs                                                                              Ft. Jackson, SC
         • Facility Input for Stationing
         • Primary Facilitator for emergency and
         temporary relocations

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 Mr. John Davenport, ARFP, 703.601.0641                                                                                                                     As of: 27 Jun 08
                                 U.S. ARMY RESERVE
                             STREAMLINE C2 & SUPPORT
                                                                   Military Intelligence
                                                                   Readiness Command
    -Integrate with NETCOM, IMA and HRC                            Army Reserve Medical Commands
    -Command through operational HQs                               (3rd MDSC, 807th MDSC, AR-MEDCOM
    -Reduce General Officer TDA HQs
    -Training division structures to be zero-based                 11th Aviation Command

                                                                   200th Theater MP Command
   88th Regional Support Command        99th Regional Support      Joint Theater Engineer Commands
                                              Command              (412- East /416-West of MS River units)
                                                                   Army Reserve Training Commands
                                                                   (80th TASS, 84th LR, 108th TASS)

                                                                   Civil Affairs and Psychological
                                                                   Operations Command

                                                                   335th Signal Command (Theater)

                                                                   377th Theater Sustainment
63rd Regional Support Command      81st Regional Support Command   Command (All Logistics units)
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    Mr. John Davenport, ARFP, 703.601.0641                              As of: 27 Jun 08
                                     Future ARC2 DRCs
                      4 Regional Support Commands                        1 Battle Cmd Tng Division
                      11 Operational/Functional Commands                 3 Training Commands
                                                                         1 Training Support Command




                                                           88 RSC


                                                                                              200 MP CMD          99 RSC
                                                                416 TEC
                        807 MDSC

                                                                             84 Tng Cmd                        MIRC
                                                                                              80 Tng Cmd
                                                  1A TNG SPT CMD
                                     USARRC
                                                                          11 AC (T)
                                                                                                            USACAPOC
                                                                                  108 Tng Cmd
 63 RSC
                                                                                         81 RSC


                                                               412 TEC

                                                                                  335 SC(T)
                                                                                                  3 MDSC       7 Civ Spt
                                                                                                                 Cmd


                             9 MSC                                                                 AR-MEDCOM
          311 SC(T)                                             377 TSC
                                                    75 BCTD                           1 MSC

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Mr. John Davenport, ARFP, 703.601.0641                                                As of: 27 Jun 08
                                                   Tomorrow’s Army
     Force Planning Construct
  Steady State                                          Surge

       Active Partnering     Homeland
                             Homeland              Consequence
       with USG Agencies      Defense
                              Defense              Management
    Global
   Deterrence
                              Interdiction
             Train & Equip                       Stability Ops

       Enabling
                      War on Terror //
                       War on Terror
       Partners      Irregular Warfare
                     Irregular Warfare
                                                      Info Ops
 Transnational       Foreign Internal Defense
   Deterrence
                           WMD Elimination
                                                                 AR continues to provide structure across
            Forward Presence                 Major Combat /
                      Conventional
                                                 Strike          the spectrum of conflict.
       Enabling       Conventional
       Partners        Campaigns
                       Campaigns
   Regional                                   Reconstruction                 Major Influencers……
   Deterrence
                             Information Ops                                 • GWOT
                                                                             • Persistent Conflict
                  Sizing Variables:
       Frequency    Number Scale /
                                                                             • Stability Operations
     Intensity Concurrency Ops Risks                                         • Force Protection
                  Duration                                                   • Modularity
       Policy Environment Partner
                 Capabilities
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Mr. John Davenport, ARFP, 703.601.0641                                            As of: 27 Jun 08
                                                             Background
   TAA 08-13
        • Informed by QDR 2006
        • Modeling based on “Most Demanding Day in the Army”
        • “Roto-Add” analysis was based on OIF/OEF and OSD approved scenarios;
            we did not build the force to meet full rotational requirements

   Force Management Review 09-13
        • Addressed QDR 2006 challenge - Global Demand > Strategy > Resourced Force
        • Incorporated ARNG Rebalance initiative to convert Maneuver Brigades to
            Mult-Functional Support Brigades
        • Implemented Grow the Army Plan and established baseline for accelerating
            end strength growth in support of restoring balance to the force by FY11
        • Establish transition to new force planning construct

   POM 10-15
        • Based on GTA Plan
        • Identified Force Management strategic choices
        • Deferred Force Mix and Force Imbalance issues to TAA 10-15


               TAA 08-13                                            Steady State                                           Surge             TAA 08-13
                                                   HLD/CS                                       Homeland
                                                                          Active Partnering     Homeland              Consequence
                                                                          with USG Agencies      Defense
                                                                                                 Defense              Management

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                                                                     Deterrence
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                                                                                       Irregular Warfare                                     QDR/TAA                      HLS
                                                                                                                         Info Ops            Warfight
                                                                    Transnational       Foreign Internal Defense                                                        Missions
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                                                                                              WMD Elimination
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                                                 TRANSFORMATION      Regional                                    Reconstruction
                                                                     Deterrence                                                                  Access                    Train
                                                                                                Information Ops


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Mr. John Davenport, ARFP, 703.601.0641                                                                                              As of: 27 Jun 08
                                 Grow the Army/FMR 09-13

      • USAR grows 1K and right-sizes 16K of TDA and TTHS
      • Builds a total of 60 Support Brigades
      • Provides up to 12 Support Brigades per rotation under surge rate (1:4)
Pre Growth    FY 2013                                                              Post Growth   FY 2013
   Operating Force               128.5K                    +17.0K                      Operating Force               145.5K
   Institutional (TDA)            56.0K                   (-) 7.5K*                    Institutional (TDA)            48.5K
   FSA                           184.5K                     +9.5K                      FSA                           194.0K
   TTHS                          20.5K                    (-) 8.5K*                    TTHS                           12.0K
   Total Strength                205K                      + 1.0K                      Total Strength                206.0K

FSA: Force Structure Allowance             * Re-invested in Operational Force          TTHS: Trainees, Transients, Holdees, Students


                                          Key Growth in Capabilities
      • 1 CSB (ME) (3)                        • 1 Sustain Bde (9)                               • 2 ESCs (7)

       • 15 CSSB HQs (30)                                                       • 6 Support Maint Cos (16)
       • Engineer Rotational Depth                                              • 15 Truck Cos (67)
       • 2 BIDS Chemical Co (10)                                                • Trans Rotational Depth
       • QM Rotational Depth                                                    • 10 ICTC (16)
       • AG Pers Services Units                                                 • 2 Army Field Support Bdes (3)

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Mr. John Davenport, ARFP, 703.601.0641                                                       As of: 27 Jun 08
           POM 10-15 Force Management Strategic Choices

    How does the Army address the imbalance between
      Operating Force, Generating Force, TTHS and End Strength?
          Size of Army: CSA guidance - Hold force at GTA for POM 10-15;
            use TAA to adjust structure and to set conditions for QDR
          Manpower Allocation: CSA accepted 4.7K Mil-Civ requirement;
            funding decision reserved until POM fully assessed

    What does the Army need to do to adapt structurally
      given an environment of persistent conflict?
         Shift in Force Mix from High Intensity to Irregular Warfare: VCSA approved
            retaining current BCT and Support Brigade mix in POM 10-15 except for selected
            change packages to refine capabilities and capacities within end strength
         Distribution of capabilities across COMPOs: VCSA approved retaining current
            AC/RC balance in Operating Force capabilities within end strength for POM 10-15
         Force Design Updates (FDUs): There are 69 FDUs pending HQDA approval;
            VCSA approved incorporating 24 of 69 FDUs in POM 10-15 using change packages
            (1.7K at ~$2B) – pending approval; VCSA directed 15 of remaining 45 be returned
            to TRADOC for consideration of requirements bill-payers/offsets; results will be
             reviewed by senior leaders for competition in TAA 10-15.

TAA 10-15 will be the Enterprise process for shaping force structure decisions
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Mr. John Davenport, ARFP, 703.601.0641                                   As of: 27 Jun 08
                       What the Program End Strength
                       Provides in POM 10-15…

   Meets Grow the Army Operating Force objectives in all COMPOs
   Reflects Army Initiative #1 (Accelerate manning and AC BCT growth)
   Reflects approved Stationing and BRAC decisions
   Retains AC Institutional Army above the 80K Grow the Army target
            G-1 managing wedge; will be addressed in TAA 10-15 as we
               balance the force within the Grow the Army End Strength
            4.7K Mil-Civ funding is key issue in POM 10-15

 Army End Strength                       Active                  ARNG                          USAR
     1,111.6K                            547.4K                  358.2K                        206.0K
TTHS                                                             TTHS 1%
                                 TTHS                                                        TTHS 6%
 7%                              11%                       TDA
                                                           16%
    TDA       Operating
     15%       Force                TDA     Operating                 Operating             TDA        Operating
                                    16%      Force                     Force                24%         Force
                78%                           73%                                                         70%
                                                                        89%




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Mr. John Davenport, ARFP, 703.601.0641                                            As of: 27 Jun 08
                          The Operating Force – FY2015
    AC     46% 404.6K      ARNG 37% 320.8K                USAR 17% 145.6K                         HQ 3%

         Headquarters                 70%         29%    1%    24.6K    3%        SOF
      Maneuver BCTs                   64%         36%          278.9K   32%       4.7%
                                                                                         CSS
  Multi-Functional Spt Bdes           49%         45%    7%    101.6K   12%                          CBT
                                                                                         21%
                                29%         53%         18%
                                                                                                     47%
  Functional Spt Bde HQs                                       25.0K    3%
                                 40%              55%
                                                                                             CS
           EAB CBT                                       5%    44.4K    5%
                                                                                             24%
           EAB CS               30%         42%         28%    171.0K   20% 6 ASCC HQs
                                                                            3 Corps HQs
        EAB CSS            26% 30%       44%     163.3K 19%                  18 Div HQs
    SOF / CA / PSYOP          59%    11%   30%    40.9K    5%                  76 BCTs
                                                                      97 Multi-Functional Bdes
  Generating Force MTOE       64%      21% 15%    21.5K    2%         130 Functional Bde HQs
       Mix and Composition will Change as Imbalance in AC Force Structure Allowance is addressed in TAA
                     HQ                                       SOF HQ
            SOF                                                                                      CBT 3%
                     4%                                       1.4% 2%           HQ 0.1%
            5.9%
                                                    CSS
     CSS                                            17%
                                                                              CA/PSYOPS                 CS
     13%
                                                                        CBT       8%                   35%
                          CBT                                           52%
               CS         60%                                                                  CSS
              17%                                                CS
ACTIVE                                      ARNG                              USAR             54%
                                                                28%

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 Mr. John Davenport, ARFP, 703.601.0641                                        As of: 27 Jun 08
                        Total Army Analysis Process
                              PHASE I : Requirements Generation                                        Force Planning
                                                                                                         Construct
                                                                                               Steady State                                     Surge

          External             Directed Force
                                                    Quantitative            Requirements           Active Partnering     Homeland              Consequence

          Guidance                                   Analysis                                      with USG Agencies
                                                                                               Global
                                                                                                                          Defense              Management


                                                                                              Deterrence
                                                                                                                          Interdiction

          National Military Strategy                Modeling Directed Force                            Train & Equip                       Stability Ops

                                                                                                   Enabling
                                                                                                                 War on Terror /
          Strategic Planning Guidance               Rotational Analysis                          Partners
                                                                                             Transnational
                                                                                                                Irregular Warfare
                                                                                                                                                  Info Ops
                                                                                                                 Foreign Internal Defense
                                                                                               Deterrence
          Scenarios and Vignettes                   Lessons Learned                                                  WMD Elimination
                                                                                                        Forward Presence                 Major Combat /
                                                                                                                                             Strike
          Execution Orders                          Combatant Commander Input                    Enabling
                                                                                                   Partners
                                                                                                                  Conventional
                                                                                                                   Campaigns
          Training & Doctrine Force Design Input                                             Regional
                                                                                              Deterrence
                                                                                                                                          Reconstruction

                                                                                                                         Information Ops




                                  Vice Chief of Staff Review & Approval

                              PHASE II : Resourcing and Approval
                                                                                             Approved by
         Qualitative          Recommended           Feasibility          Resourced
                                                                                             Secretary of
          Analysis                Force              Review                Force
                                                                                             The Army and
                                                                                             Chief of Staff
         Match Requirements to Structure        Assess force supportability
         Rebalance capabilities across the       based on resources
            3 Components (AC/ARNG/USAR)               • Manning      • Equipping                 Feeds
                                                                                              the Army’s
         Influenced by Quadrennial                   • Sustaining • Training
                                                                                           Program Objective
            Defense Review                                   • Stationing
                                                                                             Memorandum
         Informed by Senior Leader Guidance     Prioritize & Adjust as required

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Mr. John Davenport, ARFP, 703.601.0641                                               As of: 27 Jun 08
               CSA Guidance to Restore Balance in the Force
2008 - Current                                                                  2011 - Future
                         tore
                     Res iness                                                              Restore
                        d
                    Reatrategic                                              Current &    Readiness
                    + S xibility
            rent
         Cur ands     Fle
                             tain
                                                   ACP                        Future
                                                                             Demands
                                                                                          + Strategic
                                                                                           Flexibility
        Dem             Sus nteer                                                           Sustain
                        Voluorce                                                          Volunteer
                           F
                                                                                             Force

                                                 IMPERATIVES
                                                  • Sustain              • Steady-State Achieved via Army
•   Demand Exceeding Supply
                                                  • Prepare                 Force Generation Process
                                                  • Reset                • Full Spectrum Readiness
•   Counterinsurgency-Focused Force                                      • Reconditioning and
•   Accelerated Equipment Wear-Out                • Transform
                                                                            Recapitalization of Equipment
•   Soldier and Family Stress                                            • Better Facilities and Increased
                                                                            Dwell Time for Soldiers

                                                  ORGANIZE
                                    Strategy and Doctrinally-based force
                                      •   Army Modular Force Progress
                                      •   AC/RC Rebalance
                                      •   Mitigating Capability Shortfalls
                                      •   Meeting End Strength Targets
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    Mr. John Davenport, ARFP, 703.601.0641                                   As of: 27 Jun 08
         Incorporating Force Management Strategic Choices in TAA 10-15

            Objective:         Balance Best Capabilities within Resources
                 Given:       • Strategic Demand exceeds 20 BCTs per rotation
                              • AC Operating and Generating Force are not in Balance
                              • Additional Capabilities must be considered in TAA


         Assumptions:         • POM 10-15 program dollars remain constant
                              • GTA-approved End Strength remains constant
                              • Adjustments to “fix” persistent shortfalls complete
                              • RC Structure is “about right”; still need to address
                                 ARNG Recruit Sustainment Program and USAR TTHS
                              • Can use Reset/Train cycle to offset AC TTHS program
                                 shortfall and associated Operating Strength Deviation
                              • Additional capabilities will be considered on a
                                case-by-case basis in terms of design improvements;
                                capabilities critical to meet operational missions; and
                                impact on persistent shortfalls and AC/RC balance
     TAA 10-15
 Resourcing Options:          • BCT capabilities and capacity
                              • EAB CS/CSS capabilities and capacity
                              • Institutional Army and TTHS efficiencies
                              • Set conditions for End Strength discussion in QDR 09
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Mr. John Davenport, ARFP, 703.601.0641                                     As of: 27 Jun 08
                           TAA 10-15 Key Objectives
      Size of Army:
          • Adapt the Force Planning Construct to the new Defense Strategy, informed by OA-08
          • Validate the “Grow the Army” Force and BCT Mix
          • Update Rules of Allocation and Log Planning Factors for Modularity
          • Improve alignment of Support Brigade units to manage EAB capacity in ARFORGEN
          • Update Force File; Publish ARSTRUC by Oct 08 to support PBR 11-15 and QDR 09
      Manpower Allocation:
          • Balance FSA between the Operating Force (OF) and Generating Force (GF)
          • Address TTHS in all three COMPOs
          • Re-establish COMPO 4 to recognize unresourced requirements
      Shift in Force Mix from High Intensity to Irregular Warfare:
          • Integrate ARFORGEN principles into requirements development and resourcing
          • Build sufficient capacity in Stability Operations capabilities
          • Address CA/PSYOP shortfalls
          • Incorporate Global Force Management Process (DP99) in defining the force
          • Review criteria for designation of Early Deployer requirements
      Distribution of capabilities across COMPOs:
          • Incorporate Recruit Sustainment Program (RSP) in the ARNG
          • Review proposed reduction of TTHS Account in the USAR
          • Minimize TAA 10-15 force management turbulence
      Force Design Updates (FDUs):
          • Consider additional capabilities critical to operational mission
          • Determine optimal echelon for modular structure: “At what level?”
          • Offset risk by addressing the force in multi-functional terms – Baskets of Tasks
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Mr. John Davenport, ARFP, 703.601.0641                                   As of: 27 Jun 08
                           Institutional Army Transformation
                                     Supporting the Operational Force
                                                                          Resetting the Training Base
                                                                         Forming Centers of Excellence
                    Training and Doctrine Command
                                                                       Reorganizing Recruiting Command
                                                                     Forming the Exportable Training Center

                                                                     Supporting Warrior Care and Transition
                         Medical Command
                                                                     Supporting GTA, BRAC, and restationing


                                                                         1st Army – Training the RC (MOB)
                         Forces Command                          Moving FSF TT training mission from Riley to Polk
                                                                               and forming a TDA Bde
                                                                             Forming MSE at Fort Bliss

                                                                       Forming Army Contracting Command
                       Army Materiel Command                                     (ECC and ICC)
                                                                             Transforming Logistics


                  Installation Management Command                            Transforming Garrisons
                                                                     Supporting GTA, BRAC, and restationing

                                                                  Transforming Institutional Army support to the
                             Army Reserve
                                                                                   AC (DP 57)

                                                             Supporting Warfighters with Equipment and Systems for
                 US Army Acquisition Support Center           the Current fight and developing new systems for the
ARMY STAFF
                                                                          Future; Supports ACP DP 124

                          HQDA Staff                             Adding new capabilities; AAWO, EW Biometrics,
                                                                            Army Civilian University

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Mr. John Davenport, ARFP, 703.601.0641                                                 As of: 27 Jun 08
                   Army Reserve TAA 10-15 Strategy

• Army Reserve unit resourcing will be tied to valid TAA recognized requirements.

• No new force structure bills (good ideas) will be entertained without identified bill payers.

• Hold onto current C2 structure.
     - build 2nd Theater Sustainment Command

• Focus investments on high value – dual use operating force units, that we can make ready.

• Expand AR rotational depth where feasible.

• Continue transition of legacy TDA structure to increase AR operating force capabilities.

• Properly size the TTHS.

• Refine stationing as a means to improve Soldier welfare and career progression.




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                                   Army Reserve Projected Force
                                          OPERATING FORCE                                                          GENERATING FORCE

                      MTOE                    Strength                  TDA Augmentations   Strength                          TDA                     Strength
Aviation                                          2,257   Aviation                                  1   Aviation                                            68
Band                                                702   Chemical                                  2   Engineer                                           492
Chemical                                          5,606   Engineer                                23    Medical                                           8023
Engineer                                         23,886   Medical                                 21    Signal                                             451
Infantry                                            685   Signal                                    6   Adjutant General                                    28
Medical                                          16,659   Military Police                           6   Military Police                                     52
Ordnance                                          2,290   Psychological Operations               371    Military Intelligence                              132
Quartermaster                                    13,580   Maneuver Enhancement Brigade              4   Combat Electronics Warfare and Intelligence       2292
Signal                                            3,447   Civil Affairs                           14    Information Operations                             403
Adjutant General                                  3,454   Combat Service Support                  70    Combat Service Support                            2562
Finance                                             866   Grand Total                            524    Division(IT)                                     16265
Chaplain                                            112                                                 Training Support Division                        10713
Armor                                            12,023                                                 Headquarters                                      3965
Military Police                                      73                                                 Small Arms                                         669
Judge Advocate                                    1,440                                                 Grand Total                                      46603
Military Intelligence                             2,462
Psychological Operations                          4,199
Combat Electronics Warfare and Intelligence       1,160
Maneuver Enhancement Brigade                        528
SPACE/MSL                                           249
Civil Affairs                                     7,295
Supply                                            3,567
Maintenance                                       3,233                            ADDITION TO PROJECTION
Public Affairs                                      571
Army                                                141                            • 4K IMA
Information Operations                              712
Transportation                                   22,494                            • ~12K TTHS
Combat Service Support
Acquisition Logistic/Tech Support
                                                 10,985
                                                    128                            • ~TOTAL 16K Non-TPU
Grand Total                                    144,804




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  Mr. John Davenport, ARFP, 703.601.0641                                                                      As of: 27 Jun 08
                    Total Army Analysis 10-15/Key Events
       Strategy Based on OA-08 Case 2 / Provide Baseline Force for QDR 09 and PBR 11-15
                                    Requirements Phase                                                                               Resourcing Phase

      Key Dates           MAR                 APR                  MAY                          JUN                        JUL                     AUG               SEP
                                                                                        6         19        30

                          OA-08 Study Analysis and Review
                                                                                      POM
                                                                                      Lock
                                                                                                                                                                                      Force
              FMR / TAA                                     IA-TAA Requirements Review                                                     IA-TAA Resourcing                         Review
                IPR                                                                                                                                                                   Point
                                                                                    GTA Brief          M-Force
                                                                                     to ACP             Lock                                                                          Publish
                                                                                                                                                                                     TAA 10-15
      POM                                                                                                                                                                            ARSTRUC
                            SACS                      Submit                                                 Publish                        SACS         TAA 10-15                    Oct 08
      Force                                                                                                 FMR 09-13                       Build
                            Build                   FFDB to JDS                                                                                            FFR
      Lock                                                                                                  ARSTRUC
                                                                                                                                                                              30 Sep (T)

                                                                                                       23 Jun (T)                                                             EOH
                                                                                                                            Rebalance Operating and                         Approval
                                                                                                    VCSA FPR                 Rebalance Operating and
                                                                                                                           Generating Force, establish
                                                                                                                            Generating Force, establish
                                                                  16 May
                                                                                                                               COMPO 4, conduct
                                                                                                  19 Jun
                                                                                                                                COMPO 4, conduct
                                                                                                                            feasibility review, and set                 24 Sep (T)
                                                              CSA Shaping                                                    feasibility review, and set
                                                                                                RQMTs                         conditions for PBR 11                   Resourcing
                                                                Session                         GOSC                           conditions for PBR 11
                                                                                                                                                                        GOSC


                                                                                         11 Jun
                                                                                                                                        4-8 Aug                10 Sep (T)
                                                                                        RQMTs                                                                Resourcing
                                                                                                                                      Resourcing
                                                                                        GOSC                                                                   GOSC
                                                                                                                                         CoC
                                                                                                                         14-18 Jul
                                                                                      3-4Jun
                                                                                                                        Resourcing
                                                                                     RQMTs                                Panels
                                                                                      CoC
                                        DFM                                DFM
          MCO-1 Ph I-III Modeling       Rev       Rotational Modeling      Rev




                                                       Force Design Update Processing and Prioritization

                                                                                                                                                              Decision Forum
                             FFDB – Future Forces Database                       FPR – Force Program Review
                             FFR – Force Feasibility Review                      IA – Institutional Army                                                      G-37/FMF Lead

                             FMR – Force Management Review                       SACS – Structure and Composition System                                      Joint Staff / OSD

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Mr. John Davenport, ARFP, 703.601.0641                                                                                                       As of: 27 Jun 08
                                   Summary of Change


    Modular Conversion of MTOE units
    DP 58 MACOM Organization (USARC becomes DRU)
    DP 59 Standardize Institutional Army TDA
    DP 74 Institutional Training Support
    Army Reserve Federal Reserve Restructure Initiative
    Force Management Review 09-13/Grow the Army
    TTHS Rebalancing/Operational Force Growth
    Emerging Mobilization Policy Changes (15/12, Dwell time)
    DP 72 Activation of First and Fifth Army
    Transfer of Civil Affairs and Psychological Operations units from
     USASOC to USARC




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                             A History in the Making




        When planning for a year, Plant corn.
        When planning for a decade, Plant trees.
        When planning for life, Train and Educate people. Chinese Proverbs
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Mr. John Davenport, ARFP, 703.601.0641                     As of: 27 Jun 08
                         BACKUP SLIDES




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Mr. John Davenport, ARFP, 703.601.0641                     As of: 27 Jun 08
                                 Rotational Capacity
                                                 FY 2015

                            AC                 • 76 BCTs                         RC
                                               • 1.1M Soldiers


                          48 BCTs                                             28 BCTs
                      83 Support Bdes              Ratio of               144 Support Bdes
                                                  BOG:Dwell

      165.1K Troops: 24 BCTs; 76.8K Enablers 1:1           <1:4
                                    29 BCTs / 134.5K Enablers // 241.4K Total

     109.3K Troops: 16 BCTs; 49.9K Enablers 1:2 1:4

                                    20 BCTs / 97.9K Enablers // 172.4K Total


      78.7K Troops: 12 BCTs; 34.9K Enablers 1:3             1:5
        Surge in Ready Pool:        15 BCTs / 74.6K Enablers // 130.7K Total
      12 BCTs / 34.9K Enablers

                                            Source: 7 Mar 08 Force File

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                           Capabilities Under Consideration
 Structure that may need to Grow
                       HQs        Support Brigades                       EAB CBT/CS/CSS
     Operating         • U.S. Army Africa     • CAB HQs           • CRAM              • CA / PSYOP
                       • BCTs                 • CAB Medevac Co    • Patriot Bns       (AC, ARNG, USAR)
      Force
                        • Recon FDU           • Fires Bde         • Electronic        • SMDC Depth
                                                                      Warfare         • Contingency
                              • SOAR             • CA Bde
                       SOF • Ranger Regmt • Band IV Growth        • Info Ops
                                                                                         Contracting

    Generating         •   TRADOC (Training & Recruiting)                        •   TRADOC
                                                                                 •   FORSCOM
      Force            •   FORSCOM (1st Army)              91% of growth
                                                           proposed is in        •   MEDCOM
                       •   MEDCOM (WTUs and Medical Spt) 5 Commands              •   IMCOM
                                                                                 •   HQDA
                       •   AMC Contracting
                       •   ARNG Recruit Sustainment Program (RSP)

 Areas to consider for Off-sets
                                                                 Not Enough to
      •   Re-look size of ASCC HQs                               off-set Potential
      •   Re-look size and composition of Corps / DIV HQs            Growth
      •   Re-look SBCT Design; consider 2 Maneuver Bns
      •   Re-look Hvy and Inf BCT Designs; consider holistic review of all enablers
      •   Re-look Force Design Updates; take an enterprise view of incorporating changes

 Other Areas to Assess
      • Theater Structure                       • Mil-to-Civ Conversions
      • Balance of BCTs and Enablers            • DOTML-PF (other than Organization)
      • AC/RC Balance
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                                  AR Stationing Process

  • Army Reserve Force Programs (ARFP) is the proponent for all AR stationing actions
  • O&F commands coordinate stationing actions through the RRC/RSC to USARC.
  • AR stationing actions can only be implemented upon creation of a Permanent Order
     (PO) by ARFP authorizing the relocation.
  • Director, ARC will make notification to OCLL and determine timing of media
     advisories/public release of information.
  • Commanders must use discretion in releasing information pertaining to pending
     stationing actions prior to creation of the PO.
  • Processing time: 3 months – 2+ years




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