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									       The Joint Staff
Directorate of Logistics (J4)
  BGen Henry Taylor, VJ4


        Joint Logistics
       14 October 2004
                                                  Overview



    • Strategic Context
    • Focused Logistics
      –   Joint Deployment - Rapid Distribution
      –   Agile Sustainment
      –   Mobilization & Prepositioning
      –   Multinational Logistics
      –   Operational Engineering
      –   Force Health Protection
      –   Joint Theater Logistics Management
    • OIF/OEF Highlights
    • Wrap Up
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UNCLASSIFIED
                               Defense Strategy Goals




    Assuring Allies and Friends
    Dissuading Opponents
    Deterring Threats and
     Coercion Against US
     Interests
    If Deterrence Fails, Decisively
     Defeat the Enemy

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UNCLASSIFIED
                                      Joint Priorities

    True in Oct 01

        Global War on Terrorism
        & WMD

        Proponent for Joint
        Warfighting

        Proponent for
        Transformation
                               True Today!
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                                   Focused Logistics Evolution

    NSS                JOpsC
                                      Joint               Homeland Defense
      NDS                                                Strategic Deterrence
                                    Operating
        NMS                                              Stability Operations
                    New             Concepts
                    NMS                                Major Combat Operations



Joint Vision 2020
                     Joint Functional
                         Concepts
                               Battlespace Awareness
                                                             Full
                               Force Application
                                                           Spectrum
                          FOCUSED LOGISTICS

                                  Command & Control
                                                          Dominance
                                            Protection

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                                                               An Operational View of
                                                                   Focused Logistics

                                              End-to-end                            Total asset visibility
                                            pipeline control

      End-to-end                                                                     Information fusion
      networked
    communications                                                                      Collaborative
                                                                                     decision making —
                                                                                     logistics integrated
                                                                                       with operations
     Rapid delivery of
    mission-ready forces               Reduced inventory,                                      Logistics
                                        smaller footprint,                                     decision
                                         faster response                                      superiority




            Rapid distribution of
        tailored support packages



               Bottom line:         More effective and precise support for the warfighter —
                                          faster delivery with no operational pauses
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                     Focused Logistics Joint Functional Concept &
                                                   Campaign Plan



               Focused Logistics
            Joint Functional Concept

                                        Similar
                                       Message
       JROC
     Approved
    Capabilities,
    Attributes &
    Definitions
                     Version 1.0
                    December 2003


                                         Same
                                       Capabilities


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                                Focused Logistics Capabilities
                                       “The ability to provide…”


    • Joint Deployment and Rapid Distribution

    • Agile Sustainment

    • Mobilization & Prepositioning
                                                Focused Logistics
                                             Joint Functional Concept
    • Multinational Logistics

    • Operational Engineering

    • Force Health Protection                       Version 1.0
                                                    9 April 2004


    • Joint Theater Logistics Management
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                           Joint Deployment and Distribution Processes
                                           Get There to Fight and Win
                                         Deployment Activities
             Pre-deploy     Movement to &
                                            Movement to POD                  JRSOI/Redeploy/Retrograde
              Activities    actions @ POE

                                       Choke Point: Both Required - An Integrated Process
                                                    Ensures a Regulated Flow
                                                                                                GOAL
                           /DEPOT
                                                                                         The Right Items –
                   FACTORY
                                    APOE                                                 at the Right Place -
                             FORT                                                         ALL THE TIME !
                                       SPOE
                                                                                            APOD

                 Military / Commercial                                                             JOA
                 CONUS or Worldwide                                               SPOD
                                                                                              FOXHOLE, SHIP,
                                                                                               SUPPLY POINT,
                                                                                                  or BASE




                                              Sustainment Activities
              WHOLESALE (origin)                RETAIL” @ nodes/ISBs                  RETAIL(destination)

                                           CJCS Posture Statement
                                           Before the 108th Congress
    OIF reaffirmed how critical the deployment and distribution process is to joint warfare. The Joint
    Staff is working with DOD and the Service logistics experts to develop an integrated end-to-end
    deployment and distribution process that is responsive to rapid projection of forces, the delivery
9   and handoff of joint forces, and worldwide sustainment in support of the Joint Forces Commander.
      Integrating Deployment / Distribution
            for the Joint Force Commander
                                                             Focused Logistics
                                                              Joint Functional


         Joint                                                   Concept



         Force
      Requirements



          Deployment Process Improvement


                                               Integrated
                                                  Joint
           --- Mobilization Improvement ---   Deployment/
                                              Distribution
                                                               Joint
                                                               Force
                                                             Capabilities
          Distribution Process Improvement


                                 End – to - End
 Deployment & Distribution Efforts Must Be Aligned & Complementary
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Pivotal Deployment & Distribution                                        Single, Integrated
                                                                            End-to-End
Integration Events To Date                                                process for the
                                                                            Joint Force
                                                                             Commander
                                                                     JUL: JPEC, GO/FO-level
                                                                          Integration VTC
                                                             25 MAY: Joint Deployment & Distribution
                                                                     Conference
                                                      23 APR: Draft Distribution & Deployment
                                                              Integration Plan developed

                                              5 APR: Formal Staffing of CJCSI 3202.01B “Deployment
                                                       & Distribution Process Integration”

                                     FEB: Identification of Institutional Documents requiring update

                               26-27 FEB: Aligned deployment functions between process owners
                                             (functional architecture)

                      13 FEB: Weekly 06-level collaborative sessions between process owners &
                                Joint Staff begins.

              21 JAN 04: Functional review of the Joint Deployment Architecture
                         & Deployment Pillar of the DTS


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     12 NOV 03: Informal Distribution & Deployment Process Owners Talk – Synchronization & Integration
                                               Mobility Capability Study
                                                     Purpose and Goals

     • Purpose: Assess end-to-end, full spectrum needs for all aspects of the
       Defense Strategy
        – Identify and quantify mobility capabilities required to meet the end-to-
          end, full spectrum, mobility needs for all aspects of the National
          Military Strategy
        – Conduct futures excursion examining mobility needs in 2024
          timeframe to help guide R&D funding
     • Goals:
        – Inform 2005 Quadrennial Defense Review
        – Inform FY08-13 POM build
     • Participants
         – Co-leads: OSD PA&E and Joint Staff J4
         – Team members: OSD, Joint Staff, Services, Combatant Commanders,
           Defense Logistics Agency, etc
     • Tasked to complete study by 30 March 2005
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UNCLASSIFIED

                                Agile Sustainment
     Mobilization
     Prepo/Bare Base Assets
      Critical Commodities Oversight
           Fuel
           Ammunition
      Contractor Logistics Support
     Host Nation Support/
     Coalition Support
     Combat Service Support
     Chemical, Biological,
     Radiological and Nuclear
     Defense
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               Mobilization




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                     UNCLASSIFIED
UNCLASSIFIED
                                Worldwide Prepositioned Asset Overview

                                                                           NALMEB (Norway)


                                                APS-2 (Central Region)                          APS-2 (Southern Region -          APS-4 (Korea)
             STAMP/STRAPP                       Immediate Ready Force                                    Italy)
     (Hill AFB, UT/Medina Annex, TX)
                                                  WRM (Lux/UK/IT)

                                HOSPITAL Ship                                                                                            WRM (Korea/Guam)
      HOSPITAL Ship               (Baltimore)
       (San Diego)

                                              Vehicles,
                                           Equipment Shaw
                                               AFB, SC
                                                                                                                              Korea
                                                                                             Kuwai                                           DESC Fuel Ship
                                                                                             t                                                  Guam
                                                 MPSRON-1 (Med)
     BEAR (Holloman AFB)


 Combat Equipment Group-Afloat                     AMMO Ship (Med)                                                                    Guam
         (Charleston)                                                                                                                          Prepo Afloat
                                                                                                Diego Garcia                                     (Guam)
                       USMC Ship Maint                       APS-5 (SWA)
                        (Blount Island)
                                                                                                                                              AMMO Ship
                                                                                                                                               (Saipan)
LEGEND:
APS: Army Prepositioned Stocks
MPSRON: Maritime Pre-positioning Squadron                                                                                               MPSRON-3 (Guam)
                                                                    WRM (DGar/Oman
BEAR: Basic Expeditionary Airfield Resources
WRM: War Reserve Materiel                                                                                                  AMMO Ship
                                                                 AMMO Ships (Diego Garcia)                                  (Saipan)
     Army Asset              Navy Asset

  Air Force Asset                                                                                                 MPSRON-2 (Diego Garcia)
                            USMC Asset                                        DESC Fuel Ship
                                                                               Diego Garcia
                             DLA Asset                                                                AMMO Ships (Diego Garcia)
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                                                                   Contractors on the Battlefield
      Contractor System                                            Prepare for the Next War, Not the Last
      Maintenance                               239
      Support
                             104                   D+90
                                                                   33,400+
         74                        D+30
                                                                   Today?
            D Day                    Flow 03 Data

*Based upon Apache, Fox, Patriot and Stryker System Requirements



Contractors on the Battlefield--
The Institutionalizing Process:
        Update Policy & Doctrine
            * Force Protection
                Reshape Force Structure                                                Many
                 Transform Training                                                  Challenges!

                     Leverage IT                                                                UNCLASSIFIED

16   Contractors are an Integral Component of JOINT Warfighting Capability
UNCLASSIFIED
                              Multinational Logistics
      Building the
     Team to Win a   What Have We Accomplished:
        Global
                     • Incorporated Multinational Log Partners into the J4
       Campaign
                     • Established Multinational Advisory Group within FLOW
                     • Expanded Bilateral Agreements – Acquisition Cross
                     Servicing Agreements (ACSA)
                     • Improved NATO interoperability and Doctrine

                        Shaping the Future:
                        • Engaging Friends and Allies to promote logistics planning,
                        coordination and interoperability.
                            • Multi-national officer’s, bi-lateral staff discussions,
                            Senior NATO Logisticians Conference, ongoing multi-
                            national operations.
                        • Endgame: Identify areas of commonality, leverage
                        existing capabilities and seams to optimize Multi-National
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                        logistics support.
                                                                        UNCLASSIFIED
UNCLASSIFIED


                 Operational Engineering

               enabling combat service support forces
                            to be tailored to
                reduce strategic lift requirements, and
                          minimize footprint
                     in the joint operations area.




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                Force Health Protection
                protecting service members from all
                 health and environmental hazards
                  associated with military service,
               providing essential care in theater and
                 enhanced care during evacuation




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                                             OEF/OIF MOVEMENT OF PAX
                                                        & SHORT TONS


                              OIF I
                          531,320 PAX
                          1.9 M S/T SEA                     OIF II
                          177,673 S/T
                   AIR                                    325,688 PAX
       OEF                                                700,000 S/T SEA
                         Over 1.1 Million PAX             43,199 S/T AIR
     332,061 PAX         Over 3.1 Million S/T
     307,294 S/T
                     (All movements including Stratlift
     CARGO                    listed above)
                         INITIAL SUSTAINMENT of
                     700-1000 S/T PER DAY VIA AIR




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                               OIF/OEF SURFACE & AIR MISSIONS




     OIF I/OEF IV REDEPLOY           OIF 2/OEF V DEPLOY
           (Jan 04 – May 04)              (Jan 04- Present)

       SHIPS PLANNED – 58             SHIPS PLANNED – 66
             U/W – 0                        U/W – 0
          CLOSED – 58                    CLOSED – 66

       AIR MISSIONS – 1,368           AIR MISSIONS – 1,914
            OEF – 299                      OEF – 445
           OIF – 1,127                     OIF – 1,469



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               Joint Logistics Strategy for Global Operations
         Joint Priorities
                                               PROVIDING FOR
     Global War on Terrorism                  THE WARFIGHTER
        & WMD                  L      JOINT DEPLOYMENT / RAPID DISTRIBUTION   L
     Proponent for Joint       O                                              O
        Warfighting            G      JOINT THEATER LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT      G

     Proponent for             C               AGILE SUSTAINMENT              C
        Transformation         H                                              H
                               AL                                             A
                                            OPERATIONAL ENGINEERING
                               LE                                             LL
                               N                                              E
                               G               INFORMATION FUSION
        EFFECTIVENESS                                                         N
                               ES                                             G
                                               MULTINATIONAL LOGISTICS        E
                                                                              S
                                            FORCE HEALTH PROTECTION


                                    EFFICIENCY                 SPEED
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Joint Logistics
 14 October 2004

								
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