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					2010 USFF STANDING DSCA/NAVY RECOVERY AND
RESTORATION PLANNING ORDER
THIS PLANORD WAS TRANSMITTED IN TWO PARTS UNDER TWO
SEPARATE DATE-TIME-GROUPS. PART I DTG IS 022215Z APR 10
AND PART II DTG IS 022216Z APR 10. FOR EASE OF REFERENCE
IN FUTURE ORDERS (WARNING/PLANNING/EXECUTE/DEPLOYMENT)
ONLY 022215Z APR 10 WILL BE REFERENCED.
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FM COMUSFLTFORCOM NORFOLK VA
TO CNO WASHINGTON DC
COMPACFLT PEARL HARBOR HI
COMSECONDFLT
COMTHIRDFLT
CTF 20
CNIC WASHINGTON DC
COMNAVNETWARCOM VIRGINIA BEACH VA
COMSC WASHINGTON DC
COMNAVREG MIDLANT NORFOLK VA
COMNAVREG SE JACKSONVILLE FL
COMNAVREG MW GREAT LAKES IL
COMNAVREG SW SAN DIEGO CA
COMNAVREG NW SEATTLE WA
COMNAVDIST WASHINGTON DC
INFO CDR USPACOM HONOLULU HI
HQ USNORTHCOM
CDR USJFCOM NORFOLK VA
CDR USSOUTHCOM MIAMI FL
CDR USTRANSCOM SCOTT AFB IL
HQ ACC COMMAND CENTER LANGLEY AFB VA
CDR 5 ARMY NORTH AOC FT SAM HOUSTON TX
AFNORTH TYNDALL AFB FL
AFNORTH A3 TYNDALL AFB FL
COMNAVAIRFOR SAN DIEGO CA
COMNAVSURFOR SAN DIEGO CA
ALCOM ELMENDORF AFB AK
BUMED WASHINGTON DC
COMLANTAREA COGARD PORTSMOUTH VA
COMPACAREA COGARD ALAMEDA CA
COMNAVAIRLANT NORFOLK VA
COMNAVSURFLANT NORFOLK VA
COMNAVRESFORCOM NORFOLK VA
COMNAVMARIANAS GU
COMUSNAVSO
COMNECC LITTLE CREEK VA
COMFIRSTNCD LITTLE CREEK VA
COMMARFORNORTH
COMPATRECONGRU NORFOLK VA
COMNAVELSG WILLIAMSBURG VA
COMNAVREG PEARL HARBOR HI
CJTFCS FT MONROE VA
COMNAVFACENGCOM WASHINGTON DC
NOLSC NORFOLK VA
NECC DET COMBATCAM NORFOLK VA
FIRST NCD PACIFIC PEARL HARBOR HI
COGARD DEPLOYABLE OPS GROUP WASHINGTON DC
FEMA HQ WASHINGTON DC
FEMA RGN I MAYNARD MA
FEMA RGN II NEW YORK NY
FEMA RGN III PHILADELPHIA PA
FEMA RGN IV ATLANTA GA
FEMA RGN IX SAN FRANCISCO CA
FEMA RGN V CHICAGO IL
FEMA RGN VII KANSAS CITY MO
FEMA RGN VIII DENVER CO
FEMA RGN X BOTHELL WA
COMUSFLTFORCOM NORFOLK VA
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SECINFO/U/-//
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NARR/REF A IS DOD DIRECTIVE 3025.1, MILITARY SUPPORT TO CIVIL
AUTHORITIES. REF B IS DOD DIRECTIVE 3025.12, MILITARY ASSISTANCE
FOR CIVIL DISTURBANCES (MACDIS). REF C IS DOD DIRECTIVE 3025.15,
MILITARY ASSISTANCE TO CIVIL AUTHORITIES. REF D IS DOD DIRECTIVE
5525.5, DOD COOPERATION WITH CIVILIAN LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICIALS.
REF E IS THE NATIONAL RESPONSE FRAMEWORK. REF F IS THE STAFFORD ACT
UNDER WHICH DOD PROVIDES SUPPORT AT THE REQUEST OF THE FEDERAL
EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY (FEMA) IN SUPPORT OF (ISO) STATE,LOCAL,
AND TRIBAL RESPONSE EFFORTS WHEN A PRESIDENTIAL MAJOR DISASTER OR
EMERGENCY DECLARATION HAS BEEN OR MAY BE ISSUED. REF G IS THE
ECONOMY ACT UNDER WHICH DOD IS REIMBURSED FOR SUPPORT PROVIDED TO
ANOTHER FEDERAL AGENCY UNDER CIRCUMSTANCES WHEN A PRESIDENTIAL OR
EMERGENCY DECLARATION HAS NOT BEEN ISSUED. REF H IS THE POSSE
COMITATUS ACT. REF I IS CJCSI 3121.01B, STANDING RULES OF
ENGAGEMENT AND STANDING RULES FOR THE USE OF FORCE FOR US FORCES.
REF J IS THE FY2009 FORCES FOR UNIFIED COMMANDS ASSIGNMENT TABLES.
REF K IS THE FY 2010-2011 GLOBAL FORCE MANAGEMENT IMPLEMENTATION
GUIDANCE (GFMIG). REF L IS THE CJCS STANDING DSCA EXORD. REF M IS
THE CDR USJFCOM STANDING DSCA DEPORD. REF N IS CDR USNORTHCOM
CONPLAN 3501-08, DEFENSE SUPPORT OF CIVIL AUTHORITIES (DSCA) OPS.
REF O IS THE CDR USNORTHCOM STANDING DSCA EXORD. REF P IS THE CJCS
STANDING CHEMICAL, BIOLOGICAL, RADIOLOGICAL, NUCLEAR, HIGH-YIELD
EXPLOSIVES (CBRNE) CONSEQUENCE MANAGEMENT (CM) EXORD. REF Q IS THE
USJFCOM STANDING CBRNE CM PREPARE TO DEPLOY ORDER (PTDO). REF R IS
CDR USNORTHCOM CONPLAN 3500-06 CBRNE CONPLAN. REF S IS THE
COMUSFLTFORCOM STANDING CBRNE CM PTDO. REF T IS THE CJCS FY10
GLOBAL FORCE MANAGEMENT ALLOCATION PLAN (GFMAP). REF U IS THE CJCS
MANNED SPACE FLIGHT STANDING EXORD. REF V IS MOD ONE (1) TO CJCS
MANNED SPACE FLIGHT STANDING EXORD. REF W IS THE USJFCOM STANDING
MANNED SPACE FLIGHT DEPORD. REF X IS COMMANDER, NAVY INSTALLATIONS
IMPLEMENTATION GUIDANCE, SERIAL 005. REF Y IS OPNAVINST 5440.77,
MISSIONS, FUNCTIONS AND TASKS FOR USFF. REF Z IS OPNAVINST
3440.16D, NAVY DSCA PROGRAM. REF AA IS OPNAVINST 4080.11D, NAVY WAR
RESERVE MATERIAL PROGRAM. REF BB IS SECDEF DIRECTION TO REPORT
IMMEDIATE RESPONSE TO CIVIL AUTHORITIES. REF CC IS CDR USJFCOM
DIRECTION ON REPORTING PROCEDURES FOR IMMEDIATE RESPONSE TO CIVIL
AUTHORITIES. REF DD IS THE DOD DIRECTIVE REGULATING ACQUISITION OF
INFORMATION CONCERNING PERSONS AND ORGANIZATIONS NOT AFFILIATED WITH
DOD. REF EE IS THE DOD REGULATION ON PROCEDURES GOVERNING THE
ACTIVITIES OF DOD INTELLIGENCE COMPONENTS THAT AFFECT US PERSONS.
REF FF IS DOD DIRECTIVE 5210.56, USE OF DEADLY FORCE AND THE
CARRYING OF FIREARMS BY DOD PERSONNEL ENGAGED IN LAW ENFORCEMENT AND
SECURITY DUTIES. REF GG IS DOD INSTRUCTION 6490.03, DEPLOYMENT
HEALTH. REF HH IS COMUSFLTFORCOM OPORD 2000-07. ANNEX A OF REF HH
ESTABLISHES TASK FORCE (TF) ASSIGNMENTS AND DESIGNATES COMSECONDFLT
AS CJTF-120 FOR JOINT OPERATIONS. REF II IS COMUSFLTFORCOM
ANTITERRORISM OPORD 3300-09.//
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/COMNAVREG MIDLANT    /NORFOLK             /REGIONAL PLAN AGENT (RPA)
/COMNAVREG SOUTHEAST /JACKSONVILLE         /RPA
/COMNAVREG MIDWEST    /GREAT LAKES         /RPA
/COMNAVREG SOUTHWEST /SAN DIEGO            /RPA
/COMNAVREG NORTHWEST /SEATTLE              /RPA
/COMNAVDIST WASHINGTON/WASHINGTON DC       /RPA//
AMPN/THIS IS A USFF STANDING PLANNING ORDER (PLANORD) FOR CONDUCTING
JOINT DSCA OPERATIONS AND NAVY RECOVERY AND RESTORATION IN THE CDR
USNORTHCOM AREA OF RESPONSIBILITY (AOR) IAW REFERENCES A THROUGH GG.
THIS PLANORD CONSTITUTES THE USFF SUPPORTING PLAN TO REF N.
ADDITIONALLY THIS PLAN PROVIDES GUIDANCE ON USFF OPERATIONAL
REQUIREMENTS IN SUPPORT OF NAVY SERVICE RESPONSIBILITIES FOR
EXECUTING RECOVERY AND RESTORATION OF NAVY SHORE INSTALLATIONS AND
ASSETS IAW REFS X THROUGH Z. THE RECOVERY AND RESTORATION OF NAVY
SHORE INSTALLATIONS MISSION COMPLEMENTS AND SUPPORTS
COMUSFLTFORCOM'S DSCA MISSION AND TASKED RESPONSIBILITITES AFFECTING
EXECUTION OF OPERATIONAL READINESS OF FLEET AND SHORE ENTERPRISES.
IT IS A SEPARATE SERVICE TASK AND IS EXECUTED THROUGH A DIFFERENT
CHAIN OF COMMAND THAN DSCA MISSIONS. FURTHER, IAW REF L, THIS
PLANORD DOES NOT GOVERN CBRNE INCIDENTS, NUCLEAR WEAPONS ACCIDENTS
AND INCIDENTS, OR FOREIGN HUMANITARIAN ASSISTANCE/DISASTER RELIEF
(HA/DR). CBRNE RESPONSE IS GOVERNED BY REFS P THROUGH S, AND THIS
PLANORD MAY BE USED IN CONJUNCTION WITH REF S. THIS PLANORD HAS
BEEN COORDINATED WITH USJFCOM, USNORTHCOM, CNO, COMPACFLT,
COMSECONDFLT, COMTHIRDFLT, COMMANDER NAVY INSTALLATIONS COMMAND
(CNIC), CDR USARNORTH, AND CONUS NAVY REGION COMMANDERS. //
GENTEXT/SITUATION/
1. COMUSFLTFORCOM HAS TWO DISTINCT ROLES IN RESPONSE TO NATURAL OR
MAN-MADE DISASTERS.
1.A. JOINT, OPERATIONAL ROLE. COMUSFLTFORCOM SERVES WITHIN THE
OPERATIONAL CHAIN OF COMMAND FOR DSCA MISSIONS ISO CDRUSJFCOM AND
CDRUSNORTHCOM.
1.A.1. SUPPORT TO USJFCOM. AS USJFCOM NAVY COMPONENT COMMANDER,
COMUSFLTFORCOM PROVIDES NAVY FORCES FOR POTENTIAL EMPLOYMENT IN A
DSCA ROLE WHEN ORDERED TO DEPLOY BY CDRUSJFCOM IAW REF M.
1.A.2. SUPPORT TO USNORTHCOM. REFS K AND L DESIGNATE
COMUSFLTFORCOM AS THE JOINT FORCE MARITIME COMPONENT COMMANDER
(JFMCC-N) IN AN OPCON RELATIONSHIP TO CDRUSNORTHCOM. IAW REFS N AND
O, COMMANDER, JFMCC-N (CJFMCC-N) EXECUTES JOINT MARITIME DSCA
MISSIONS WHEN DIRECTED BY CDRUSNORTHCOM.
1.B. NAVY SERVICE ROLE. IAW REFS X THROUGH Z, COMUSFLTFORCOM
SUPPORTS CNO/CNIC IN THE EXECUTION OF NAVY RECOVERY AND RESTORATION
OPERATIONS FOR NAVY FORCES, REGIONS AND SHORE INSTALLATIONS WITHIN
THE CONTIGUOUS 48 STATES, ALASKA, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, U. S. VIRGIN
ISLANDS AND THE COMMONWEALTH OF PUERTO RICO (VIPR) THAT HAVE BEEN
DAMAGED BY NATURAL OR MANMADE DISASTERS. IAW REFS X AND Y,
COMUSFLTFORCOM IS THE ISIC FOR THE OPERATIONAL EMPLOYMENT OF CONUS
NAVY REGIONAL COMMANDERS AND NAVY SHORE INSTALLATIONS (INCLUDING
NAVAL OPERATIONAL SUPPORT CENTERS (NOSC)), AND EXERCISES OVERSIGHT
OF OPERATIONS, READINESS, TRAINING (CITADEL SERIES EXERCISES) AND
CURRENT/FUTURE REQUIREMENTS DEVELOPMENT FOR CONUS, ALASKA, AND VIPR
SHORE SUPPORT TO THE FLEET, TO INCLUDE NATURAL DISASTER RESPONSE,
CBRNE RESPONSE, AND DSCA. REF Z DESIGNATES COMUSFLTFORCOM AS THE
NAVY PRINCIPAL PLANNING AGENT (PPA) FOR ALL NAVY DSCA OPERATIONS IN
THE USNORTHCOM AOR AND ASSIGNS CNIC AS A SUPPORTING COMMANDER TO
COMUSFLTFORCOM.//
GENTEXT/MISSION/
2. MISSION. USFF PREPARES:
2.A. TO CONDUCT DSCA OPERATIONS ISO CDR USJFCOM AND CDR USNORTHCOM,
AS DIRECTED; AND,
2.B. TO ASSIST AND SUPPORT CNIC IN THE CONDUCT OF NAVY SERVICE
RECOVERY AND RESTORATION EFFORTS ON NAVY INSTALLATIONS.
2.C. TO ENSURE OPERATIONAL READINESS OF THE FLEET AND THE ABILITY
OF THE SHORE BASES/INSTALLATIONS TO SUPPORT FLEET AND NATIONAL
DEFENSE MISSIONS.//
GENTEXT/EXECUTION/
3. CONCEPT OF OPERATIONS.
3.A. DSCA OPERATIONS
3.A.1. UPON A PRESIDENTIAL DISASTER DECLARATION (PDD), FEMA OR THE
DESIGNATED PRIMARY AGENCY (PA) COORDINATES ALL FEDERAL AGENCY
ACTIVITIES FOR INCIDENT RELIEF SUPPORT (INCLUDING CBRNE CM) TO
STATE, LOCAL AND TRIBAL GOVERNMENTS AND WILL PROCESS REQUESTS FOR
DOD SUPPORT PER REF E.
3.A.2. REFS L THRU S DESCRIBE THE BASIC PROCESSES, PROCEDURES AND
ORDERS FOR USFF CONDUCT OF DSCA AND CBRNE OPERATIONS IN SUPPORT OF
FEDERAL RELIEF EFFORTS IN THE USNORTHCOM AOR.
3.A.3. IAW REFS N AND O, DSCA OPERATIONS MAY BE CONDUCTED IN SIX
PHASES. DEPENDING UPON CIRCUMSTANCES, MULTIPLE PHASES MAY BE
CONDUCTED SIMULTANEOUSLY. USFF FORCES (WHEN ORDERED) MAY OR MAY
NOT BE TASKED TO CONDUCT EVERY PHASE. THE SIX PHASES ARE:
3.A.3.A. PHASE 0, SHAPE. PHASE 0 IS CONTINUOUS SITUATIONAL
AWARENESS AND PREPAREDNESS. ACTIONS IN THIS PHASE INCLUDE
INTER-AGENCY COORDINATION, PLANNING, IDENTIFICATION AND ELIMINATION
OF GAPS OR SEAMS, EXERCISES, AND PUBLIC AFFAIRS OUTREACH. THESE
ACTIVITIES CONTINUE THROUGH ALL PHASES. PHASE 0 SUCCESS IS DEFINED
AS USFF HAVING TRAINED AND READY FORCES AND ASSETS TO MEET ASSIGNED
DSCA CONTINENCIES.
3.A.3.B. PHASE I, ANTICIPATE. PHASE I BEGINS WITH THE
IDENTIFICATION OF A POTENTIAL DSCA MISSION, A NO-NOTICE EVENT, OR
WHEN DIRECTED BY THE PRESIDENT OR SECDEF. THE PHASE ENDS WITH
ASSIGNED RESPONSE FORCES DEPLOYMENT OR WHEN A DETERMINATION IS MADE
THAT DOD SUPPORT TO CIVIL AUTHORITIES IS NO LONGER REQUIRED.
REQUIREMENT FOR DEPLOYMENT OF DEFENSE COORDINATION OFFICER
(DCO)/DEFENSE COORDINATION ELEMENT (DCE), EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS
LIAISON OFFICER (EPLO), AND OTHER SELECTED RESPONSE FORCES DEFINES
PHASE I SUCCESS. THESE FORCES WILL BE POSTURED TO FACILITATE A
QUICK RESPONSE AFTER COORDINATION WITH THE PA, PRINCIPAL FEDERAL
OFFICIAL (PFO), OR JOINT FIELD OFFICE (JFO), AND WITH STATE, LOCAL
AND TRIBAL OFFICIALS.
3.A.3.C. PHASE II, RESPOND. PHASE II BEGINS WITH THE DEPLOYMENT
OF INITIAL RESPONSE CAPABILITIES, AND ENDS WHEN RESPONSE FORCES ARE
READY TO CONDUCT OPERATIONS IN THE JOINT OPERATIONS AREA (JOA).
DEPLOYMENT TO THE JOA WITH ENOUGH CAPABILITY TO SUPPORT CIVIL
AUTHORITIES IN ACCOMPLISHMENT OF THE MISSION DEFINE PHASE II
SUCCESS. DSCA OPERATIONS ARE RESPONSES TO REQUESTS FOR ASSISTANCE
IN RESPONSE TO EMERGENT EVENTS AND OF INDEFINITE DURATION.
CONSEQUENTLY, FORCES
WILL LIKELY DEPLOY INTO AND OUT OF THE DSCA JOA FOR THE ENTIRE
LENGTH OF THE DSCA OPERATION.
3.A.3.D. PHASE III, OPERATE. PHASE III BEGINS WHEN DSCA RESPONSE
OPERATIONS COMMENCE, AND ENDS WHEN TITLE 10 FORCES BEGIN TO
COMPLETE MISSION ASSIGNMENTS AND NO FURTHER DOD ASSISTANCE
REQUESTS FOR FROM CIVIL AUTHORITIES ARE ANTICIPATED. PHASE III
SUCCESS IS ACHIEVED WHEN DEPLOYED DOD CAPABILITIES ARE DEEMED
SUFFICIENT TO SUPPORT CIVIL AUTHORITIES.
3.A.3.E. PHASE IV, STABILIZE. PHASE IV BEGINS WHEN MILITARY AND
CIVIL AUTHORITIES DECIDE TO SCALE DOWN DOD SUPPORT, AND ENDS
WHEN CIVIL AUTHORITIES NO LONGER REQUIRE DOD SUPPORT, AND ESTABLISH
TRANSITION CRITERIA. PHASE IV SUCCESS IS ACHIEVED WHEN ALL
OPERATIONAL ASPECTS OF MISSION ASSIGNMENTS ARE COMPLETE.
3.A.3.F. PHASE V, TRANSITION. PHASE V BEGINS WITH REDEPLOYMENT
OF REMAINING DOD FORCES, AND ENDS WHEN RESPONSE FORCES HAVE BEEN
RELIEVED, REDEPLOYED AND OPCON IS RELINQUISHED TO THEIR RESPECTIVE
COMMANDS. PHASE V SUCCESS IS ACHIEVED WHEN CIVIL AUTHORITIES ASSUME
ALL OPERATIONS.
3.A.4. PER REF Z, IN CONUS, COMUSFLTFORCOM IS THE NAVY PPA FOR
DSCA SUPPORT TO CDR USNORTHCOM. CONUS NAVY REGIONAL COMMANDERS ARE
DESIGNATED REGIONAL PLANNING AGENTS (RPAS) FOR NAVY DSCA. AS SUCH,
RPAS PROVIDE DAY-TO-DAY DSCA COORDINATION INCLUDING, PLANNING,
EXERCISES, AND NAVY EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS LIAISON OFFICER (NEPLO)
TRAINING AND MANAGEMENT IN THEIR ASSIGNED AREA OF OPERATIONS.
3.A.5. FOR MARITIME DSCA PLANNING AND OPERATIONS:
3.A.5.A. COMSECONDFLT, IN CONCERT WITH APPROPRIATE RPA(S), WILL
PARTICIPATE IN DSCA PLANNING AND, WHEN DIRECTED, BE PREPARED TO
(BPT) EXECUTE AS THE MARITIME COMMAND ELEMENT, CJTF-120, FOR DSCA
OPERATIONS AND EXERCISES.
3.A.5.B. COMPACFLT (WHEN DIRECTED BY CDR USPACOM) MAY TASK
COMTHIRDFLT TO CONDUCT DSCA OPERATIONS AND EXERCISES IN THE
USNORTHCOM AOR. REF Z ESTABLISHES A DIRECT LIAISON AUTHORIZED
(DIRLAUTH) RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN USFF AND COMTHIRDFLT FOR USNORTHCOM
AOR DSCA OPERATIONS PLANNING.
3.A.6. IAW REFS L, M, AND O, AND WHEN REQUESTED BY CDR USNORTHCOM
AND DIRECTED BY CDR USJFCOM OR CDR USPACOM, COMUSFLTFORCOM AND/OR
COMPACFLT WILL DESIGNATE A MARITIME COMMAND ELEMENT TO COMMAND AND
CONTROL MARITIME OPERATIONS.
3.A.7. USFF WILL COORDINATE WITH COMPACFLT FOR ANY PACFLT ASSET
REQUIREMENTS.
3.A.8. FOR DSCA OPERATIONS, NAVY BASES AND INSTALLATIONS, WHEN
REQUESTED BY USNORTHCOM AND WITH THE CONCURRENCE OF SECNAV
(OPNAV ACTING FOR THE SECNAV), MAY BE PROVIDED TO PA AS AN INCIDENT
STAGING BASE (ISB) (FORMERLY KNOWN AS A NATIONAL LOGISTICS STAGING
AREA (NLSA)), OR AS A BASE SUPPORT INSTALLATION (BSI) SUPPORTING DOD
FORCES.
3.B. NAVY RECOVERY AND RESTORATION OPERATIONS.
3.B.1. ACTIONS REQUIRED TO RECOVER OR RESTORE NAVY FORCES AND NAVY
BASES OR INSTALLATIONS FROM THE EFFECTS OF A NATURAL OR MAN-MADE
EVENT RESIDE WITHIN NAVY AUTHORITY. THIS IS A SEPARATE SERVICE TASK
THAN DSCA, AND IS EXECUTED THROUGH THE SERVICE CHAIN OF COMMAND.
USFF, WHILE IN A SUPPORTING ROLE RETAINS RESPONSIBILITY FOR ALL
MATTERS REGARDING THE EXECUTION OF OPERATIONAL READINESS OF ASSIGNED
FORCES.
3.B.1.A. SUBORDINATE COMMANDS WILL PROVIDE POST-EVENT ASSESSMENTS
OF ANY DETRIMENTAL EFFECT ON OPERATIONAL READINESS OR CAPABILITY
BY THE MOST EXPEDITIOUS MEANS TO USFF, INFO COMPACFLT (IF
APPROPRIATE), AND CNIC.
3.B.1.B. REGION COMMANDERS SHALL, IF REQUIRED, SUBMIT REQUESTS
FOR NON-ORGANIC NAVY FORCES OR CAPABILITIES REQUIRED FOR EXECUTION
OF RECOVERY AND RESTORATION EFFORTS TO USFF, INFO COMPACFLT, AS
APPROPRIATE AND CNIC.
3.B.2. USFF, WITH CNIC ASSISTANCE, WILL COORDINATE AND DECONFLICT,
ANY CONCURRENT REQUIREMENTS FOR DSCA OPERATIONS, FORCES AND BASES OR
INSTALLATIONS SUPPORT, AND NAVY BASES OR INSTALLATIONS RECOVERY AND
RESTORATION EFFORTS.
3.C. STANDING DSCA ORDERS. CJCS, USJFCOM, AND USNORTHCOM HAVE
PROMULGATED A SERIES OF STANDING EXECUTE (EXORD) AND DEPLOYMENT
(DEPORD) ORDERS TO SUPPORT DSCA OPERATIONS. THE FOLLOWING DSCA
RELATED ORDERS HAVE BEEN PUBLISHED:
3.C.1. DSCA STANDING EXORD/DEPORDS. REFS L, M, AND O GERMANE.
3.C.2. CBRNE CM. REFS P THRU S PROVIDE CURRENT STANDING
EXORDS/DEPORDS TO SUPPORT CBRNE CM REQUIREMENTS.
4. PLANNING ASSUMPTIONS.
4.A. USFF HAS DEVELOPED A FORCE LIST OF NAVY ASSETS THAT,
HISTORICALLY, HAVE BEEN OR ARE CONSIDERED LIKELY CANDIDATES TO BE
EMPLOYED IN EITHER SERVICE RECOVERY AND RESTORATION OR DSCA
OPERATIONS. THIS LIST IS MAINTAINED IN THE TPFDD DATABASE AS
PID 07NHA, AND IS ALSO AVAILABLE IN MICROSOFT EXCEL SPREADSHEET
FORMAT ON THE USFF MOC PORTAL IDENTIFIED IN PARAGRAPH 8.F. BELOW
FOR COMMANDS WITHOUT TPFDD ACCESS. THIS LIST IDENTIFIES ADDITIONAL
FORCES/CAPABILITIES THAT COULD BE EMPLOYED IN A DSCA OR NAVY
RECOVERY AND RESTORATION OPERATION, AS REQUIRED.
4.B. USFF USES PID 07NHA INTERNALLY FOR PLANNING PURPOSES. IN THE
EVENT OF A DSCA EVENT, THE SUPPORTED COMMANDER WILL IDENTIFY
OPERATIONAL JOPES TPFDD DATABASE THAT WILL BE EMPLOYED TO SUPPORT
THE OPERATION. THE USFF JOINT SYSTEMS SUPPORT POC IS MR. KEITH
REED, N3-GFM, 757-836-3782 OR DSN 836-3782, BUELL.REED(AT)NAVY.MIL;,
OR   MR. BOB DAVID, N3-GFM, 757-836-5714 OR DSN 836-5714,
ROBERT.DAVID(AT)NAVY.MIL.
4.C. COMMANDS RESPONSIBLE FOR NAVY FORCES IDENTIFIED IN PID 07NHA
SHOULD BPT ENSURE TIMELY AVAILABILITY OF THESE FORCES TO RESPOND FOR
NAVY RECOVERY AND RESTORATION OR JOINT DSCA OPERATIONS IF DIRECTED.
4.D. FOR DOMESTIC INCIDENTS, THE PRESIDENT MAY DIRECT SECDEF TO
UTILIZE THE RESOURCES OF THE DOD FOR THE PURPOSE OF PERFORMING
EMERGENCY WORK ESSENTIAL FOR THE PRESERVATION OF LIFE AND PROPERTY
IN THE EVENT OF MAJOR DISASTERS AND EMERGENCIES. IAW REF F, IF THE
PRESIDENT DETERMINES SUCH WORK IS ESSENTIAL, THE EMERGENCY WORK
MAY BE CONDUCTED FOR A PERIOD NOT TO EXCEED TEN DAYS.
4.E. RESPONSE EFFORT PRIORITIES ARE:
4.E.1. SAVE HUMAN LIFE;
4.E.2. MITIGATE HUMAN SUFFERING;
4.E.3. SURVIVAL OF MILITARY PERSONNEL AND RESOURCES;
4.E.3.A. RECONSTRUCTION OF MILITARY CAPABILITIES ESSENTIAL TO
NATIONAL DEFENSE;
4.E.3.B. SUPPORT CIVIL DISASTER RELIEF EFFORTS.
5. TASKING.
5.A. CTF 20 (COMSECONDFLT).
5.A.1. BPT PROVIDE APPROPRIATE FORCES TO SUPPORT NAVY SERVICE
RECOVERY AND RESTORATION AND-OR DSCA OPERATIONS, INCLUDING FORCES
IDENTIFIED IN PID 07NHA AS EARLY AS PRACTICABLE.   NO TIME LIMIT
TETHER IS REQUIRED FOR FORCES IDENTIFIED IN PID 07 NHA.
5.A.2. AS DIRECTED BY USFF, BPT PLACE ON PREPARE TO DEPLOY ORDER
(PTDO) STATUS AND/OR DEPLOY CATEGORY 2 AND 3 FORCES IDENTIFIED BELOW
IAW REFS L, M, AND O. CATEGORY 2 AND 3 FORCES WILL BE EXPECTED TO
ASSUME A 24-HOUR PTDO STATUS WITHIN 24 HOURS OF FORCE PROVIDER (CDR
USJFCOM OR CDR USPACOM) IDENTIFICATION. PTDO STATUS IS LIMITED TO
SEVEN (7) DAYS UNLESS EXTENDED BY SECDEF.
5.A.2.A. CTF 20 CATEGORY 2 FORCES ARE: SIX (6) MEDIUM LIFT AND
FOUR (4) HEAVY LIFT HELICOPTERS AND ONE ONE SEARCH AIRCRAFT WITH
CREW CAPABLE OF CONDUCTING IMAGERY AND AN ASSESSMENT, VISUAL
OBSERVATION, STILL PHOTOGRAPHY, TACTICAL COMMON DATA LINK (TCDL)
FOR AERIAL PLATFORM DOWNLINK OF FULL MOTION VIDEO (FMV) TO TCDL
SURFACE TERMINAL EQUIPMENT (STE) AND REMOTE OPERATIONAL VIDEO
ENHANCED RECEIVERS (ROVER) OF AFFECTED AREA AND SUPPORT PERSONNEL.
5.A.2.B. CTF 20 CATEGORY 3 FORCES ARE: TWO (2) COMBAT CAMERA TEAMS.
5.A.2.C. CTF 20 CATEGORY 4 FORCES WITH POTENTIAL NAVY EQUITY
OUTLINED IN REF L, REQUIRE COMBATANT COMMANDER REQUEST FOR FORCES
AND SECDEF APPROVAL PRIOR TO EXECUTION ARE:
5.A.2.C.1. MARITIME FORCE PACKAGE:
5.A.2.C.1.A. ONE AMPHIBIOUS READY GROUP (ARG), INCLUDING 1 X O-6
STAFF AFLOAT FOR COMMAND AND CONTROL OF AMPHIBIOUS FORCES, THREE
AMPHIBIOUS SHIPS, 2 X NAVY HELO DET FOR SAR AND C2, FLEET SURGICAL
TEAM, TACRON DET FOR AIR CONTROL CAPABILITY, ASSAULT CRAFT DET FOR
SHIP-TO-SHORE CAPABILITY, AND BEACH GROUP/BEACH MASTER DETS TO
SUPPORT MOVEMENT ASHORE.
5.A.2.C.1.B. UP TO TWO ENGINEER DIVING UNITS TO PROVIDE
HYDROGRAPHIC SURVEYS FOR EVALUATION OF COASTAL AREAS AND ASSESSMENTS
OF BRIDGES, PIERS, AND OTHER CRITICAL MARITIME INFRASTRUCTURE.
5.A.2.C.1.C. AMPHIBIOUS DISASTER RECOVERY CAPABILITY TO CONDUCT
LIMITED ROUTE CLEARANCE, DEBRIS CLEARANCE, DEWATERING, AND EMERGENCY
REPAIRS.
5.A.2.C.1.D. DIVING AND SALVAGE CAPABILITY TO CONDUCT UNDERWATER
HARBOR, RIVER AND OTHER NAVIGABLE CHANNEL CLEARANCE AND SALVAGE
OPERATIONS.
5.A.2.D. CTF 20 ADDITIONAL FORCES, DIRECTED BY REF T, INCLUDE A
NAVAL MOBILE CONSTRUCTION BATTALION AIR DETACHMENT AND AN UNDERWATER
CONSTRUCTION TEAM DETACHMENT ON CONTINUOUS 96-HOUR PTDO TO SUPPORT
POTENTIAL DSCA OPERATIONS IN THE USNORTHCOM AOR.
5.A.3. BPT NOMINATE A JTF COMMANDER OR ASSUME DUTIES AS A CJTF
(EVENT-SPECIFIC) FOR DSCA OPS.
5.A.4. WHEN DIRECTED, BPT SERVE AS THE MARITIME COMMAND ELEMENT
AND STAFF IN SUPPORT OF A JOINT FORCE COMMANDER (JFC) (JTF CDR OR
DCO) FOR MARITIME DSCA OPERATIONS IN THE USNORTHCOM AOR. WHEN
DIRECTED BY CDRUSJFCOM, THE MARITIME COMMAND ELEMENT WILL BE UNDER
JFMCC NORTH TACTICAL CONTROL (TACON).
5.A.5. PLAN FOR CTF 20 DSCA OR NAVY RECOVERY AND RESTORATION
OPERATIONS. DIRLAUTH, AS REQUIRED, WITH OTHER SUPPORTING TITLE 10/32
ELEMENTS.
5.A.6. DURING DSCA OPERATIONS, ESTABLISH A DSCA RESPONSE CELL TO
COORDINATE CTF-20 AND CTF 120 REQUIREMENTS WITH USFF AND JFMCC
NORTH.
5.A.7. BPT PROVIDE STAFF AUGMENTATION TO USFF AND OTHER
DSCA SUPPORTING ORGANIZATIONS AS DIRECTED BY USFF.
5.A.8. DIRECT COMMANDING OFFICERS/OFFICERS IN CHARGE OF FORCES
DEPLOYING IN SUPPORT OF DSCA OPERATIONS RECEIVE USFF-APPROVED
STANDING RULES FOR THE USE OF FORCE (SRUF) TRAINING BRIEFS AND SRUF
CARDS THAT SATISFY THE REQUIREMENTS OF PARAGRAPH 7.F.2. BELOW.
5.A.9. PROVIDE REQUIRED FORCES TO SUPPORT MANNED SPACE FLIGHT
REQUIREMENTS PER REFS U THRU W STANDING EXORDS. CTF 20 REQUIREMENT
IS FOR ONE (1) COMBAT CAMERA TEAM TO RECORD SAR/RECOVERY OPERATIONS
RESULTING FROM A CATASTROPHIC EVENT OVER LAND OR WATER IN EITHER THE
USNORTHCOM OR USSOUTHCOM AOR.
5.B. REGIONAL PLANNING AGENTS (RPA): REGIONAL PLANNING AGENTS
(RPA): PER REF Z, CONUS NAVY REGION COMMANDERS ARE DESIGNATED RPAS
FOR NAVY DSCA.
5.B.1. BPT ACT, AS A SHORE ECHELON COMMANDER, SUPPORTING DSCA
OPERATIONS, AS DIRECTED.
5.B.2. BPT RECEIVE AND SUPPORT NAVY AND OTHER MILITARY FORCES
ASSIGNED FOR DSCA OPERATIONS AND-OR NAVY FORCES SUPPORTING NAVY
SERVICE RECOVERY AND RESTORATION OPERATIONS, AS DIRECTED.
5.B.3. ADVISE USFF AND CNIC OF ANY SPECIFIC PERSONNEL AUGMENTATION
REQUIREMENTS REQUIRED TO PERFORM THESE DUTIES.
5.B.4. OBTAIN AND MAINTAIN CONTINUOUS ACCESS TO SIPRNET SYSTEMS TO
SUPPORT DSCA PLANNING.
5.B.5. REPORT NAVY BASE/INSTALLATION DAMAGE RESULTING IN
DEGRADATION OF OPERATIONAL CAPABILITY TO USFF, INFO CNIC, AND, IF
APPROPRIATE, COMPACFLT, VIA THE MOST EXPEDITIOUS MEANS.
5.B.6. DIRLAUTH AS REQUIRED FOR DSCA AND NAVY RECOVERY AND
RESTORATION OPERATIONS.
5.B.7. DIRECT COMMANDING OFFICERS/OFFICERS IN CHARGE OF FORCES OR
NAVY ASSETS DEPLOYING IN SUPPORT OF DSCA OPERATIONS RECEIVE USFF-
APPROVED SRUF TRAINING BRIEFS AND SRUF CARDS THAT SATISFY THE
REQUIREMENTS OF PARAGRAPH 7.F.2. BELOW.
5.B.8. NEPLO MANAGEMENT
5.B.8.A. NEPLOS ARE NOT AUTHORIZED TO SELF DEPLOY FOR ANY ACTUAL
DSCA OPERATION.
5.B.8.B. EXERCISE NEPLO PARTICIPATION. ALL NEPLO PARTICIPATION IN
ANY EXERCISE (LOCAL, STATE, FEDERAL AGENCY, DCO CERTIFICATIONS, AND
ALL USNORTHCOM EXERCISES) REQUIRE APPROVAL OF USFF PRIOR TO THE
INDIVIDUAL NEPLO SUBMITTING ORDER REQUESTS THROUGH NAVY RESERVE
ORDER WRITING SYSTEM (NROWS). USFF WILL DIRECT NEPLO PARTICIPATION
IN THESE EXERCISES BY DEPLOYMENT ORDER (DEPORD) OR OTHER DIRECTION,
AS APPROPRIATE.
5.B.8.C. REPORT ACTIVATION/DEPLOYMENT OF NEPLOS FOR ANY REASON AND
FORWARD SUBSEQUENT NEPLO SITUATION REPORTS (SITREPS) TO USFF BATTLE
WATCH CAPTAIN.
5.B.8.D. OTHER NEPLO INTERIM POLICIES ARE POSTED TO THE USFF MOC
PORTAL AT THE FOLLOWING USFF MARITIME OPERATIONS CENTER WEB LINK IS:
 HTTPS:SLASH SLASH
WWW.PORTAL.NAVY.MIL/HQ/MOC/N35FOPS(UNDERSCORE)PPINSTS/FORMS/ALLITEMS.
ASPX. COMMON ACCESS CARD (CAC) IS REQUIRED TO ACCESS THIS SITE. NO
REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED TO VIEW THE SITE.
5.B.8.E. PROVIDE EACH NEPLO, A COPY OF THIS ORDER AND HIGHLIGHT
NEPLO MANAGEMENT POLICIES.
5.B.9. SHORE INSTALLATION UTILIZATION MANAGEMENT.
5.B.9.A. CONUS NAVY REGION COMMANDERS ARE TO DIRECT BASE AND
INSTALLATION COMMANDING OFFICERS (INCLUDING INSTALLATIONS THAT ARE
A TENENT ON OTHER SERVICE INSTALLATIONS) THAT THE USE OF ANY NAVY
BASE OR INSTALLATION FOR DSCA OPERATIONS OR EXERCISES REQUIRE USFF
APPROVAL.
5.B.9.B. FORWARD REQUESTS TO USFF FOR CONSIDERATION AND APPROVAL.
INCLUDE REQUESTING ORGANIZATION REASON, FACILITIES TO BE USED, COST
REIMBURSEMENT PLAN, LENGTH OF ANTICIPATED USE, IMPACT ON BASE OR
INSTALLATION OPERATIONS, INCLUDING SUPPORT TO FLEET OPERATIONS, AND
REGION COMMANDER RECOMMENDATION.
5.B.9.C. APPROVED REQUESTS WILL BE CONFIRMED BY USFF EXORD.
6. SUPPORT REQUESTS.
6.A. CNO (N931).
6.A.1. REQUEST BPT PROVIDE MEDICAL SUPPORT LISTED IN PID 07NHA AS
REQUIRED OR DIRECTED BY HIGHER AUTHORITY.
6.A.2. REQUEST DIRECT COMMANDING OFFICERS/OFFICERS IN CHARGE OF
FORCES DEPLOYING IN SUPPORT OF DSCA OPERATIONS RECEIVE USFF APPROVED
SRUF TRAINING BRIEFS AND SRUF CARDS THAT SATISFY THE REQUIREMENTS OF
PARAGRAPH 7.F.2. BELOW.
6.B. CNO/NAVFAC.
6.B.1. REQUEST BPT PROVIDE CIVIL ENGINEERING SUPPORT EQUIPMENT AS
NECESSARY FOR RELIEF OPERATIONS IAW REF O.
6.B.2. REQUEST ALSO BPT PROVIDE ENGINEERING SUPPORT AS COORDINATED
WITH CNIC FOR NAVY RECOVERY AND RESTORATION OPERATIONS.
6.C. COMPACFLT.
6.C.1. WHEN DIRECTED BY CDR USPACOM, REQUEST BPT PROVIDE PACFLT
FORCES, INCLUDING ASSIGNMENT OF A MARITIME COMMAND ELEMENT, FOR DSCA
OPERATIONS IN THE USNORTHCOM AOR.
6.C.2. REQUEST COORDINATE WITH USFF, COMTHIRDFLT AND SUPPORTING
FLEET ASSET PARTICIPATION IN LOCAL, STATE, PRIMARY (FEDERAL)
AGENCIES, OR DCO EXERCISES IN THE USNORTHCOM AOR, PRIOR TO AGREEMENT
TO PARTICIPATE IS APPROVED.
6.C.3. REQUEST SUBMIT REQUIREMENTS FOR CONUS NAVY REGION OR NEPLO
SUPPORT FOR ACTUAL DSCA OPERATIONS OR EXERCISES THROUGH USFF, INFO
CNIC.
6.C.4. REQUEST DIRECT COMMANDING OFFICERS/OFFICERS IN CHARGE OF
FORCES DEPLOYING IN SUPPORT OF DSCA OPERATIONS IN THE USNORTHCOM
AOR, RECEIVE USFF-APPROVED SRUF TRAINING BRIEFS AND SRUF CARDS THAT
SATISFY THE REQUIREMENTS OF PARAGRAPH 7.F.2. BELOW.
6.D. CNIC:
6.D.1. REQUEST ASSIST USFF IN COORDINATING ISB OR BSI REQUESTS WITH
CONUS NAVY REGIONS, INCLUDING PROVIDING ANY OPERATIONAL CONSTRAINTS,
IMPACTS, OR RESTRICTIONS.
6.D.2. REQUEST SUBMIT TO USFF OR COMPACFLT, AS APPROPRIATE, A
REQUEST FOR FORCES (RFF) FOR NAVY FLEET ASSETS TO EFFECT RECOVERY
AND RESTORATION OPERATIONS FOR CONUS NAVY INSTALLATIONS.
6.D.3. REQUEST REPORT TO USFF AND COMPACFLT, AS APPROPRIATE, ANY
OPERATIONAL IMPACT TO BASES AND INSTALLATIONS.
6.D.4. REQUEST BPT PROVIDE STAFF AUGMENTATION (LIAISON OFFICER(S)
(LNO)) TO USFF, AND IF REQUIRED, TO SHORE ECHELON COMMANDER.
6.E. COMMANDER MILITARY SEALIFT COMMAND (MSC). REQUEST BPT
ACTIVATE MSC SHIPPING AS COORDINATED WITH CDR USTRANSCOM, INFO USFF.
6.F. N-DAY IS NOTIFICATION DAY AND CORRESPONDS TO THE DAY USFF
ALERTS DEPLOYING UNITS.
7. COORDINATING INSTRUCTIONS.
7.A. THIS PLANORD IS EFFECTIVE UPON RECEIPT, AND EXECUTION ON
ORDER, AND IS EFFECTIVE UNTIL SUPERSEDED.
7.B. C-DAY/L-HOUR: TBD.
7.C. ANTICIPATED DURATION OF OPS: OPERATIONS SHOULD BE PLANNED
FOR 60 DAYS, EXCEPT FOR THE EMERGENCY OPERATIONS DISCUSSED IN
PARAGRAPH 4.D.
7.D. ASSIGNED UNIT COMMANDERS ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR FORCE PROTECTION.
IT IS ANTICIPATED THAT DSCA OPERATIONS WILL BE CONDUCTED IN A BENIGN
ENVIRONMENT. HOWEVER, COMMANDERS WILL ENSURE DEPLOYING FORCES
DEVELOP APPROPRIATE PLANS AND CONDUCT TRAINING GIVEN THREAT LEVELS
IN THE DSCA AREA OF OPERATIONS.
7.E. SECURITY INSTRUCTIONS. MOST DSCA OPERATIONAL PLANNING
INFORMATION IS UNCLASSIFIED, FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY. CERTAIN CBRNE
CM DSCA SUPPORT OPERATIONAL PLANNING/INFORMATION MAY BE CLASSIFIED.
7.F. STANDING RULES FOR THE USE OF FORCE (SRUF).
7.F.1. NAVY FORCES EMPLOYED FOR DSCA MISSIONS SHALL ADHERE TO THE
SRUF IAW REF I, AS MODIFIED BY ANY SECDEF-APPROVED MISSION-SPECIFIC
RUF. UNIT COMMANDERS MAY SUBMIT REQUESTS FOR MISSION-SPECIFIC RUF
VIA THE OPERATIONAL CHAIN OF COMMAND IAW REF I. IN DSCA OPERATIONS
INVOLVING OTHER AGENCIES OR SERVICES, UNIT COMMANDERS SHALL ENSURE
ALIGNMENT OF SECDEF-APPROVED RUF WITH THE USE OF FORCE POLICIES OF
THE OTHER PARTICIPATING AGENCIES OR SERVICES TO THE GREATEST EXTENT
PERMISSIBLE UNDER REF I, AND SHALL NOTIFY THE OPERATIONAL CHAIN OF
COMMAND OF ANY RUF THAT IS NOT ALIGNED.
7.F.2. AS DIRECTED BY REFS L, M AND O, UNIT COMMANDERS, WITH JAG
ASSISTANCE, WILL ENSURE UNITS/PERSONNEL DEPLOYING ISO DSCA
OPERATIONS RECEIVE SRUF TRAINING PRIOR TO EMPLOYMENT IN THE JOA.
UNITS WITHOUT AN ASSIGNED JAG SHALL REQUEST JAG SUPPORT FROM THEIR
ISIC. SRUF CARDS AND, IF APPLICABLE, MISSION-SPECIFIC RUF CARDS,
SHALL BE ISSUED TO ALL UNITS/PERSONNEL DURING THIS TRAINING.
APPROVED USFF SRUF PRODUCTS AND BRIEFS ARE LOCATED ON THE USFF NIPR
AND SIPR PORTALS. FOR UNCLASSIFIED PRODUCTS, CLICK ON THE FOLLOWING
LINKS: HTTPS:SLASH SLASH
WWW.PORTAL.NAVY.MIL/HQ/MOC/ROE(UNDERSCORE)RUF(UNDERSCORE)PUBLISHED
(UNDERSCORE_DOCS/FORMS/ALLITEMS.ASPX. THEN GO TO "BRIEFS" FOLDER.
FOR CLASSIFIED PRODUCTS, CLICK ON THE FOLLOWING LINK:
HTTP:SLASH SLASH
WWW.FLEETFORCES.NAVY.SMIL.MIL/HQ/MOC/ROE(UNDERSCORE)RUF(UNDERSCORE)
PRODUCTS/FORMS/ALLITEMS.ASPX. THEN GO TO BRIEFS FOLDER.
7.G. RESTRICTIONS ON SUPPORT. UNLESS SPECIFICALLY AUTHORIZED BY
LAW, NO DOD PERSONNEL IN A TITLE 10, UNITED STATES CODE (USC),
STATUS WILL BECOME INVOLVED IN DIRECT CIVILIAN LAW ENFORCEMENT
ACTIVITIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, SEARCH, SEIZURE, ARREST,
APPREHENSION, STOP AND FRISK, SURVEILLANCE, PURSUIT, INTERROGATION,
INVESTIGATION, EVIDENCE COLLECTION, SECURITY FUNCTIONS, TRAFFIC OR
CROWD CONTROL, OR SIMILAR ACTIVITIES, EXCEPT IN CASES AND UNDER
CIRCUMSTANCES EXPRESSLY AUTHORIZED BY THE PRESIDENT, CONSTITUTION,
OR ACT OF CONGRESS.
7.H. WEAPONS CARRYING POLICY. NAVY PERSONNEL ARE NOT AUTHORIZED TO
CARRY INDIVIDUAL SERVICE WEAPONS UNLESS AUTHORIZED BY SECDEF, OR AS
AUTHORIZED BY REF FF. PRIVATELY OWNED WEAPONS AND AMMUNITION ARE
PROHIBITED. APPROPRIATE DUTY UNIFORM WILL BE WORN.
7.I. INFORMATION COLLECTION. INFORMATION COLLECTED ON U.S. PERSONS
BY MILITARY PERSONNEL IN A TITLE 10, USC STATUS DURING THIS MISSION
THAT INDICATES THE EXISTENCE OF A THREAT TO LIFE OR PROPERTY OR THE
VIOLATION OF LAW WILL BE TURNED OVER TO CIVILIAN LAW ENFORCEMENT
OFFICIALS IAW REFS D AND DD. OTHER THAN KEEPING RECORDS OF SUCH
REPORTS TO CIVILIAN LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICIALS, INFORMATION
PERTAINING TO U.S. PERSONS OR OTHER PERSONS NOT AFFILIATED WITH DOD
WILL NOT BE DISSEMINATED OR RETAINED IN DOD FILES UNLESS AUTHORIZED
BY REF DD (FOR NON-INTELLIGENCE COMPONENTS) OR BY REF EE (FOR DOD
INTELLIGENCE COMPONENTS).
7.J. IMMEDIATE RESPONSE (IR) AND MUTUAL AID AGREEMENTS (MAA).
7.J.1. IR OCCURS WHEN TIME DOES NOT PERMIT PRIOR APPROVAL FROM
HIGHER HEADQUARTERS, IAW REF A, LOCAL MILITARY COMMANDERS OR
RESPONSIBLE OFFICIALS OF OTHER DOD COMPONENTS, MAY PROVIDE SUPPORT
TO SAVE LIVES, PREVENT HUMAN SUFFERING, OR MITIGATE GREAT PROPERTY
DAMAGE IN IMMINENTLY SERIOUS CONDITIONS, UPON REQUEST FROM LOCAL
AUTHORITIES. SUCH IMMEDIATE RESPONSE SHOULD BE PROVIDED TO CIVIL
AGENCIES ON A COST-REIMBURSABLE BASIS, IF POSSIBLE, BUT REQUESTS FOR
IR SHOULD NOT BE DELAYED OR DENIED BECAUSE OF THE INABILITY OR
UNWILLINGNESS OF THE REQUESTER TO MAKE A COMMITMENT TO REIMBURSE
DOD. PER REFS L, M, AND O WHEN IR IS DEEMED APPROPRIATE, IR SHOULD
BE PLANNED FOR NO MORE THAN 72 HOURS OF OPERATIONAL EMPLOYMENT. IF
IR IS ANTICIPATED TO REQUIRE MORE THAN 72 HOURS, IR PROVIDERS WILL
ADVISE USFF AT THE 48 HOUR MARK. USFF WILL COORDINATE ANY REQUIRED
CONTINUATION OF IR SUPPORT BEYOND 72 HOURS WITH CDR USNORTHCOM.
7.J.2. MAA. NAVY ACTIVITIES MAY ENTER INTO MAAS, SUCH AS MEMORANDA
OF AGREEMENT (MOA) OR MEMORANDA OF UNDERSTANDING (MOU), WITH LOCAL
CIVIL AUTHORITIES UNDER DODI 6055.06, OPNAVINST 3440.17 AND OTHER
APPLICABLE DIRECTIVES AND INSTRUCTIONS. MOAS AND MOUS WILL NORMALLY
PROVIDE FOR REIMBURSEMENT BY THE SUPPORTED AGENCY.
7.K. IR AND MAA REPORTING REQUIREMENTS.
7.K.1. IR REPORTING. PER REFS BB AND CC, MILITARY COMMANDERS
RENDERING IR ASSISTANCE SHALL REPORT THE REQUEST, THE NATURE OF THE
RESPONSE, AND ANY OTHER PERTINENT INFORMATION USING OPREP-3
PROCEDURES (ACTION TO NMCC WASHINGTON DC, COMUSFLTFORCOM NORFOLK VA,
INFO CDR USJFCOM NORFOLK VA, CDR USNORTHCOM, CNO WASHINGTON DC, CNIC
WASHINGTON DC, THE APPROPRIATE CHAIN OF COMMAND, AND OTHERS AS
REQUIRED). NOTIFICATION MUST REACH NMCC WITHIN TWO HOURS OF THE
DECISION TO PROVIDE IMMEDIATE RESPONSE.
7.K.2. MAA REPORTING REQUIREMENTS. NAVY REGION COMMANDERS AND
INSTALLATION COMMANDERS WILL REPORT MAA, MOA, MOU IMPLEMENTATION,
WHEN LOCAL OR NATIONAL MEDIA REPORTS AN EVENT FOR WHICH SUCH
AGREEMENTS ARE BEING OR WILL BE EXECUTED. NAVY COMMANDERS OR
COMMANDING OFFICERS SHALL REPORT THE NATURE OF THE ASSISTANCE,
INCLUDING RESPONDING NAVY ASSETS, AND ANY OTHER PERTINENT
INFORMATION, USING OPREP-3 NAVY BLUE PROCEDURES (ACTION TO
COMUSFLTFORCOM NORFOLK VA AND CNIC WASHINGTON DC, INFO CNO
WASHINGTON DC, AND THE APPROPRIATE CHAIN OF COMMAND.//
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8. REPORTING INSTRUCTIONS.
8.A. RPAS WILL SUBMIT DSCA OR NAVY RECOVERY AND RESTORATION
OPERATION SITREPS TO USFF AND CNIC (AND, IF APPROPRIATE, COMPACFLT)
OUTLINING ACTIONS OR SUPPORT PROVIDED TO CIVILIAN AUTHORITIES OR
UPDATING OPERATIONAL IMPACT TO NAVY BASES, INSTALLATIONS OR
FACILITIES AS APPROPRIATE.
8.A.1. NAVY FORCES DEPLOYED IN A DSCA OPERATION, UNDER A JOINT
COMMANDER, WILL SUBMIT SITREPS AS DIRECTED BY THE JOINT OPERATIONAL
CHAIN OF COMMAND, INFO USFF AND APPROPRIATE NAVY COMMANDERS.
8.A.2. NAVY FORCES DEPLOYED ONLY FOR A NAVY RECOVERY AND
RESTORATION OPERATION WILL SUBMIT SITREPS TO USFF AND CNIC, INFO
APPLICABLE NAVY REGION COMMANDER(S), AND, IF APPROPRIATE, COMPACFLT.
NAVY RECOVERY AND RESTORATION OPERATION SITREPS ARE REQUIRED TWICE
DAILY AND WILL UTILIZE THE DATE-TIME-GROUP OF XX0500Z MONTH YEAR OR
XX1700Z MONTH YEAR. SITREPS SHOULD REPORT CONDITIONS/OPERATIONS AS
OF 0100Z AND 1300Z RESPECTIVELY.
8.B. REGIONAL COMMANDERS WILL IMMEDIATELY REPORT ANY DEGRADATION
OF INSTALLATION ABILITY TO EXECUTE DEFENSE MISSIONS TO USFF,
COMPACFLT (IF APPROPRIATE), INFO CNIC BY THE MOST EXPEDITIOUS MEANS.
8.C. COMMANDS ALLOCATED TO ANY JOINT COMMANDER FOR DSCA OPERATIONS
WILL INCLUDE USFF, CNIC, CTF 20, AND IF APPROPRIATE, COMPACFLT AND
COMTHIRDFLT AS INFO ADDEES ON ALL SITREPS.
8.D. DEPLOYED NEPLOS WILL PROVIDE DAILY SITUATIONAL AWARENESS
REPORTS AS DIRECTED BY THEIR RPA.
8.F. DISASTER PREPAREDNESS WEBSITE. USFF MARITIME OPERATIONS
CENTER (MOC) DSCA WEBSITE HAS AN EXTENSIVE LIBRARY OF PUBLICATIONS,
ORDERS, AND DOCUMENTS RELATED TO OPERATIONS DISCUSSED IN THIS
PLANORD.    USFF MOC WEB LINK IS: HTTPS:SLASH SLASH
WWW.PORTAL.NAVY.MIL/HQ/MOC/N35FOPS(UNDERSCORE)PPINSTS/FORMS/ALLITEMS.
ASPX. COMMON ACCESS CARD (CAC) IS REQUIRED TO ACCESS THIS SITE. NO
REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED TO VIEW THE SITE.
8.D. TRANSPORTATION.
8.D.1. MILITARY AND/OR COMMERCIAL AIR AND GROUND TRANSPORTATION IS
AUTHORIZED.
8.D.2. PRIORITY. AIR MOVEMENT PRIORITY FOR DEPLOYMENT IS 1A3.
PRIORITY FOR REDEPLOYMENT IS 1B3.
8.D.3. ALL DOD REQUIREMENTS FOR TRANSPORTING HAZARDOUS MATERIALS
ARE IN EFFECT. HAZARDOUS MATERIALS MOVEMENT IS AUTHORIZED UNDER
AFJMAN 24-204, CHAPTER 3.
8.D.4. ASSISTANCE IN RESOLVING ORGANIZATIONAL TRANSPORTATION ISSUES
IS AVAILABLE FROM USFF LOGISTICS READINESS CENTER (LRC)
TRANSPORTATION CELL. POC IS MS. DONNA WILLIAMSON, N413TA AT
757-836-3775, DSN 846-3775, DONNA.P.WILLIAMSON(AT)NAVY.MIL.
8.D.5. JOPES. USFF HAS ESTABLISHED PID 07NHA FOR INTERNAL NAVY
PLANNING PURPOSES FOR THE POTENTIAL DEPLOYMENT OF FORCES FOR DSCA
OPERATIONS IN SUPPORT OF CDR USNORTHCOM, OR FOR EMPLOYMENT OF FORCES
FOR INTERNAL NAVY SERVICE RECOVERY AND RESTORATION OF NAVY SHORE
ASSETS. EXECUTION OF DSCA OPERATIONS WILL BE DETERMINED BY CDR
USNORTHCOM IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE PROVISIONS OF JOPES VOLUME III AND
THE PUBLISHED TIME PHASED FORCE DEPLOYMENT DATA (TPFDD) LETTER OF
INSTRUCTION (LOI). ADDITIONALLY, EXECUTION PIDS FOR DEPLOYMENT AND
REDEPLOYMENT IN SUPPORT OF DSCA WILL ALSO BE DESIGNATED BY CDR
USNORTHCOM AT THE TIME OF THE SPECIFIC OPERATION. ALTHOUGH PID
07NHA WILL BE USED FOR PLANNING PURPOSES, JOPES PIDS WILL NOT BE
UTILIZED FOR EXECUTION OF INTERNAL NAVY SERVICE RECOVERY AND
RESTORATION OF NAVY SHORE ASSETS.
8.E. FISCAL GUIDANCE.
8.E.1. SUPPORT TO PRIMARY AGENCIES (PA) IS NORMALLY REIMBURSABLE.
A SIGNED PA MISSION ASSIGNMENT (MA) MUST BE OBTAINED FROM AN
AUTHORIZED PA REPRESENTATIVE PRIOR TO USE OF DOD APPROPRIATED FUNDS.
IN ANTICIPATION OF PA REIMBURSEMENT, ACTION ADDEES WILL COLLECT AND
MAINTAIN THE FOLLOWING DATA ON HAND FOR FUTURE AUDIT OR REFERENCE:
        (A) LEGIBLE COPIES OF ALL CONTRACTS FOR GOODS AND SERVICES.
        (B) CERTIFIED INVOICES, DD1149S, COPIES OF DD1348S OR COPIES.
        (C) PRINTOUTS OF AUTOMATED LISTINGS OF MATERIAL ISSUES, BULK
PROVISIONS BREAKOUT DOCUMENTS.
        (D) DAILY COUNT BY MEAL OF RATIONS-IN-KIND FED TO GENERAL
PUBLIC.
        (E) AIRCRAFT FLYING HOURS.
        (F) TRAVEL ORDERS AND LIQUIDATED PAY VOUCHERS FOR EACH
INDIVIDUAL TRAVELER.
        (G) THE PA MA NUMBER MUST BE PLACED ON EVERY DOCUMENT. BPT
EXPLAIN THE DISPOSITION OF SUPPLIES AND EQUIPMENT FOR
FEMA OR OTHER PA REIMBURSEMENT, I.E., SUPPLIES MUST BE EXPENDED
DURING THE OPERATION OR GIVEN TO THE GENERAL PUBLIC OR ORGANIZATIONS
SUCH AS THE AMERICAN RED CROSS. EQUIPMENT MUST HAVE BEEN WORN
BEYOND ECONOMICAL REPAIR OR TURNED OVER TO FEMA OR OTHER PAS ON
MISSION COMPLETION FOR REIMBURSEMENT. WHEN TURNING OVER SUPPLIES
AND EQUIPMENT TO A PA, OBTAIN THE SIGNATURE AND PRINTED NAME AND
TITLE OF THE APPROPRIATE REPRESENTATIVE ACCEPTING CUSTODY. OVERTIME
FOR CIVILIAN GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES INCURRED AS A DIRECT RESULT OF PA
APPROVED MISSIONS IS REIMBURSABLE. PROVIDE NAME, SSN, HOURS WORKED,
OVERTIME COST AND GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF SPECIFIC TASK PERFORMED.
NAVY COMMANDERS RESPONDING TO LOCAL REQUESTS FOR ASSISTANCE IN AN
UNDECLARED EMERGENCY SHOULD INFORM THE REQUESTING AGENCY THAT THEY
WILL BE BILLED FOR THE ASSISTANCE. FOR EMERGENCY OPERATIONS
DIRECTED BY THE PRESIDENT (AS DISCUSSED IN PARAGRAPH 4.D) DURATION
OF SUPPORT IS LIMITED BY LAW TO 10 DAYS. PENDING REIMBURSEMENT,
INCREMENTAL COSTS RELATED TO THIS OPERATION WILL BE BORNE BY
EXECUTING COMMAND. IN ANTICIPATION OF DOD REIMBURSEMENT, ALL COSTS
RELATED TO THIS OPERATION WILL BE CAPTURED BY PARENT COMMAND AND
INCLUDED AS PART OF ONGOING REGULAR NAVY DISASTER RELIEF EFFORT
COSTS REPORTS SUBMITTED BY ACTION ADDEES TO USFF N01F.
8.E.2. FOR NAVY REGION COMMANDERS: FOLLOW PROCEDURES IDENTIFIED IN
PARAGRAPH 8.E.1. ABOVE. THE OBJECTIVE IS TO CAPTURE ALL COSTS
ASSOCIATED WITH THE SPECIFIC PA MISSION ASSIGNMENT FOR NAVY SHORE
ENTERPRISE DSCA OPERATIONS. COORDINATE WITH CNIC N8 AND SUBMIT
REQUIRED ACCOUNTING DATA AS DIRECTED FOR REIMBURSEMENT.
9. PERSONNEL. USFF (N1) WILL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR COORDINATING ALL
INDIVIDUAL PERSONNEL AUGMENTATION AND SUSTAINMENT TASKED BY USFF OR
HIGHER AUTHORITY.
10. PUBLIC AFFAIRS GUIDANCE. OVERARCHING DISASTER RELIEF PUBLIC
AFFAIRS GUIDANCE WILL BE ISSUED BY THE SUPPORTED COMBATANT COMMANDER.
10.A. NATURAL OR MANMADE DISASTERS AND THE RELIEF OPERATIONS THAT
FOLLOW ARE CERTAIN TO GENERATE INTENSE MEDIA INTEREST. IN MOST
CASES, A PROACTIVE PUBLIC AFFAIRS APPROACH THAT EDUCATES AND INFORMS
THE PUBLIC ABOUT NAVY CONTRIBUTIONS TO RELIEF EFFORTS IS WARRANTED
AND DESIRABLE. HOWEVER, EXTREME CAUTION MUST BE EXERCISED TO ENSURE
NAVY MEDIA OPERATIONS ARE FULLY COORDINATED WITH CDR USNORTHCOM, THE
PRIMARY AGENCY AND OTHER ENTITIES INVOLVED IN THE RELIEF OPERATION.
INTERAGENCY MESSAGE ALIGNMENT WITH CDR USNORTHCOM IS ESSENTIAL TO
ENSURING THE PUBLIC IS PROPERLY INFORMED.
10.B. PUBLIC RELEASE OF INFORMATION ABOUT THESE OPERATIONS MUST BE
FULLY COORDINATED BY THE SUPPORTED PA, THE JOINT INFORMATION CENTER
(JIC), JTF PAO, AND USFF PUBLIC AFFAIRS (N01P).
10.C. NEWS MEDIA COVERAGE OF EARLY RELIEF EFFORTS, INCLUDING ONLOAD
OF MATERIALS, SHOULD BE COORDINATED WITH THE PA. PROVIDE USFF
PUBLIC AFFAIRS (N01P) INFORMATION CONCERNING DISASTER RELIEF ACTIONS
LIKELY TO ATTRACT MEDIA ATTENTION TO INCLUDE, BUT NOT LIMITED TO:
SIGNIFICANT EQUIPMENT AND PERSONNEL ONLOADS, DEPLOYMENT OF FORCES
AND ARRIVAL OF RELIEF ELEMENTS ON SCENE.
10.D. USFF PUBLIC AFFAIRS WILL COORDINATE ASSIGNMENT OF NAVY PUBLIC
AFFAIRS OFFICERS TO THE JIC STAFF AND TO PARTICIPATING NAVY UNITS
AS NECESSARY OR AS DIRECTED.
10.E. SERVICE MEMBERS AND NAVY CIVILIANS SHOULD EXPECT TO BE
INTERVIEWED BY NEWS MEDIA BEFORE, DURING, AND AFTER RELIEF EFFORTS.
PARTICIPANTS SHOULD SPEAK FROM PERSONAL EXPERIENCE AND AVOID
ANSWERING SPECULATIVE OR HYPOTHETICAL QUESTIONS, OR THOSE THAT
EXCEED INDIVIDUAL KNOWLEDGE, RESPONSIBILITY OR EXPERIENCE. VISITING
MEDIA WILL BE PARTICULARLY INTERESTED IN INTERVIEWING SERVICE
MEMBERS FROM THEIR LOCAL OR REGIONAL COVERAGE AREA.
10.F. SERVICE MEMBERS AND NAVY CIVILIANS SHOULD BE MADE AWARE OF
OVERALL NAVY MISSION OBJECTIVES FOR THE RELIEF OPERATION BEFORE
INTERACTING WITH NEWS MEDIA. REMIND PARTICIPANTS THEY ARE NOT
REQUIRED TO GRANT INTERVIEWS OR TO ANSWER ANY QUESTION THEY ARE NOT
COMFORTABLE ANSWERING.
11. MEDICAL AND DENTAL GUIDANCE. COMMANDERS WILL ENSURE UNITS
DEPLOYING ISO THIS MISSION COMPLY WITH FORCE HEALTH PROTECTION (FHP)
REQUIREMENTS OUTLINED IN REF T. UNITS WILL ENSURE PERSONNEL
COMPLETE APPLICABLE HEALTH/DENTAL SURVEILLANCE SURVEYS AND
SCREENINGS, AND RECEIVE APPROPRIATE HEALTH THREAT BRIEFINGS PRIOR
TO, AND THROUGHOUT THE LENGTH OF DEPLOYMENT AS REQUIRED. ENSURE
APPROPRIATE MEDICAL AND DENTAL SCREENINGS, PREVENTIVE MEDICINE
COUNTERMEASURES TRAINING AND IMMUNIZATIONS ARE COMPLETED PRIOR TO
DEPARTURE. UNITS WILL ENSURE PERSONNEL WITH PRESCRIPTION
MEDICATIONS DEPLOY WITH A MINIMUM 45 DAY SUPPLY. PROCEDURES TO
ASSESS OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH RISKS AND TO COMPLETE
DISEASE NON BATTLE INJURY REPORTING REQUIREMENTS ARE OUTLINED IN
REF T.//
GENTEXT/COMMAND AND SIGNAL/
12. COMMAND RELATIONSHIPS.
12.A. DSCA COMMAND RELATIONSHIPS ARE BASED ON THE SITUATION AND
WILL BE STATED IN APPROPRIATE ORDERS.
12.B. FOR NORTHCOM LED DSCA OPERATIONS:
12.B.1. CDR USNORTHCOM IS THE SUPPORTED COMBATANT COMMANDER AND
WILL EXERCISE OPCON OF THE DESIGNATED INCIDENT JTF, DCO AND ATTACHED
RESPONSE FORCES.
12.B.2. COMUSFLTFORCOM IS THE SUPPORTING NAVY COMMANDER TO
USNORTHCOM AND ADDITIONALLY, AS JFMCC NORTH IS RESPONSIBLE FOR
MARITIME PLANNING AND OPERATIONS IN THE USNORTHCOM AOR.
12.B.3. COMSECONDFLT AND COMTHIRDFLT ARE DESIGNATED BY THIS PLANORD
AS DSCA PLANNING AGENTS ISO USFF/JFMCC NORTH.
12.C. NAVY SERVICE RECOVERY AND RESTORATION OPERATIONS.
12.C.1. CNO IS THE SERVICE CHIEF EXERCISING ADCON OF USFF AND CNIC.
12.C.2. CNIC IS THE SUPPORTED COMMANDER FOR NAVY RECOVERY AND
RESTORATION EFFORTS ON NAVY BASES OR INSTALLATIONS.
12.C.3. USFF RETAINS RESPONSIBILITY FOR ALL MATTERS AFFECTING
EXECUTION OF OPERATIONAL READINESS OF ASSIGNED FORCES, BASES OR
INSTALLATIONS IN CONUS, ALASKA, AND VIPR.
12.C.4   CONUS NAVY REGION COMMANDERS ARE SUPPORTING COMMANDERS TO
CNIC FOR EXECUTION OF RECOVERY AND RESTORATION EFFORTS, AND TO
COMUSFLTFORCOM FOR THE IMPACT ON OPERATIONAL READINESS RESULTING
FROM THE EVENT.
12.C.5. COMSECONDFLT AND, WHEN REQUESTED/DIRECTED, COMPACFLT AND
COMTHIRDFLT ARE SUPPORTING COMMANDERS TO CNIC FOR EXECUTION OF
RECOVERY AND RESTORATION EFFORTS.
13. USFF DSCA POINTS OF CONTACT. MR. RAY FOREHAND, N3 JOD/N35,
DSCA COORDINATOR, 757-836-0784, DSN 836-0784, FAX 757-836-6623,
EMAIL: CHARLES.FOREHAND(AT)NAVY.MIL. ASSISTANT DSCA COORDINATOR IS
MR. RICH ROMANO, N3 JOD/N35, DSN 836-6293, DSN 836-6293, EMAIL:
RICH.ROMANO.CTR(AT)NAVY.MIL. DSCA CURRENT OPERATIONS (COPS) POC IS:
MR. TODD BARCLAY, N3 JOD/N33, DSN 836-4637, 757-836-4637,
FAX 757-836-6623, EMAIL: TODD.BARCLAY(AT)NAVY.MIL. DSCA FUTURE
OPERATIONS (FOPS) POC IS: CDR GARETT EDMONDS, N3 JOD/N35, DSN
836-4043, 757-836-4043, EMAIL: GARETT.EDMONDS(AT)NAVY.MIL.//
GENTEXT/AUTHENTICATION/
RELEASED BY RDML DENNIS E. FITZPATRICK, USN, ASSISTANT DEPUTY CHIEF
OF STAFF FOR GLOBAL FORCE MANAGEMENT AND JOINT OPERATIONS (N3B),
USFF.//
AKNLDG/YES/INST:ACTION ADDEES TO 757-836-0784 DSN 836-0784//
AMPN/MINIMIZE CONSIDERED, RELEASED BY RDML DENNIS E. FITZPATRICK,
USN.//
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