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Operation Enduring Freedom –
Trans Sahara (OEF-TS) Culture
 of Maintenance and Logistics
                      Course

        Information Brief Sep 2011




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                    Train & Equip Organization


Ø LTC David Quintero – Acting Branch Chief

Ø LCDR Matt Willer – Current Ops Team Leader

Ø LCDR Matt McNealy – Future Ops Team Leader

Ø Capt Sean Setter – Logistical Planner

Ø Mr. John (JP) Hill – Logistical Planner




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          Trans Sahara Counterterrorism Partnership                        UNCLASSIFIED


                     (TSCTP) Overview

• Approved by National Security Council Deputies Committee in Jan 2005
    ₋ Built upon success of the Pan-Sahel Initiative (PSI)


• Broadened to an Interagency effort: 3-D’s
    ₋ State Department (Lead Agency)
    ₋ U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID)
    ₋ Defense Department (OEF-TS)


• Ten country “regional” approach to counter terrorist ideology
    ₋ Algeria, Burkina Faso, Chad, Mali, Mauritania, Morocco, Niger, Nigeria,
      Senegal, and Tunisia




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                   TSCTP Overall Objectives
• Strengthen regional counterterrorism capabilities

• Enhance and institutionalize cooperation among the region’s security forces

• Deny public support and sanctuary for terrorists through strategically targeted

 development assistance

• Promote good governance

• Develop public diplomacy strategies to defend good governance and values and

 discredit terrorist ideology

• Strengthen bilateral military ties with the countries of the Maghreb and Sahel




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           TSCTP & OEF-TS: 3-D Approach

DoD Lead Agency                                    DoS Lead Agency
 OEF-TS Program of                                   OEF-TS Supports:
 Record/Named Op:
• Intelligence                                   • Public Affairs
  Capacity Building   Defense                    • Military Support to
• Train, Assist,                D i p l o m a c y Public Diplomacy
  Advise
• Information
  Operations
• Communications
  Network
                                              USAID Lead Agency
                         Development             OEF-TS Supports:
                                              • Civil - Military
                                                Operations Support
                                              • Humanitarian & Civic
                                                Assistance


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                                      Programs & Activities

    Defense Department                              U.S. Agency for                       State Department
•   Operation Assured Voice (OAV)                                                 •   Economic Support Funds (ESF)
                                              International Development
•   Civil-Military Support Elements       •     Development Assistance (DA)
                                                                                  •   Foreign Military Financing (FMF)
    (CMSE)
                                          •     Health & Food Security
                                                                                  •   International Military Education
•   Humanitarian Assistance (HA) &
    Civic Aid                                                                         & Training (IMET)
                                          •     FY07 NDAA Section 1207 TSCTP
                                                Program
•   Joint Planning Advisory Teams                                                 •   Africa Contingency Operations
    (JPAT)                                •     Building Legislative Capacity &       Training and Assistance
                                                Decentralization                      (ACOTA)
•   Military Information Support
    Teams (MIST)                          •     Conflict Mitigation               •   International Narcotics Control &
                                                                                      Law Enforcement (INCLE)
•   Training and Equipment (T&E)          •     Good Governance
                                                                                  •   Nonproliferation, Antiterrorism,
•   Multi-National Exercises              •     Support Secular and Moderate          Demining & Related Programs
                                                Education                             (NADR)
•   Regional Cooperation
    Conferences                           •     Rural Radios                      •   Peacekeeping Operations (PKO)
•   Special Operations Forces Liaison     •     Youth Development Programs        •   Public Diplomacy
    Elements (SOFLE)
                                                                                  •   Regional Security Initiative (RSI)
•   Mil-to-Mil Engagements
                                                                                      Conferences




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                                   Funding Process
Title 22 (Peace Keeping Operations):
• DoS: PKO funds for TSCTP program are being planned for FY12. FY11 allocation is
  $20M. FY10 funds for $21M is currently being executed
• OEF-TS: Coordinate the details of the proposals for FY11
     – Coordinate efforts among Country Teams, Components, SOCAF, JSOTF and AFRICOM Directorates
       including SPP for input, synchronization and prioritization for all projects
     – Coordinate prioritization approval from Commander or designated representative (OPL-DIR)
• AFRICOM-DoD-DoS: Coordination meetings to resolve any input or prioritization
  disagreement for the FY11 proposals
• DoS: Coordinate the approval of the proposals within DoS, receive input and inform
  OSD prior to congressional notifications
• OEF-TS – AFRICOM STAFF – SOCAFRICA/JSOTF – COMPONENTS: Execute

Title 22 Other (Non-proliferation, Anti-terrorism, Demining and Related Programs):
• AFRICOM – DoS: Coordination meetings to identify other sources of authorities for
  TSCTP support. Currently there is a $0.9M NADR proposal approved for Trans Sahara
  Symposium contracting requirements




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             OEF-TS Funding Process
Title 10 :

• OEF-TS: Request budget requirement from JSOTF/SOCAF, AFRICOM Directorates,
  COMPONENTS to support the program.

• JSOTF/SOCAF and IKD request JFD approval for DCCEP authorizations; Mil 2 Mil
  activities have to be coordinated with SPP as required.

• OEF-TS: Reviews and validates the budget requirements. Once RES has provided the
  funding guidance for the program, OEF-TS will approve funding allocation for the
  different activities.

• OEF-TS-RES-ACTIVITIES: Continuous monitoring and reviews on the program and the
  requirements. Bi-weekly budget briefings in the JPT; monthly execution reports.




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                         Hierarchy of Strategies/Plans
              NSS & NSDP-50
                                                                     NSC           National Implementation Plan (NIP) for the War on Terror Framework for development of
                          NDS (Mar 05)                                                        WOT plans, incorporating all elements of National Power (May 08)
 National 
Strategies                       NMS     (04)

& Guidance                             GEF      (May 08)

                                                    JSCP (FY08)                                                     National Military Strategic Plan - War
                                                                                                JS                      on Terrorism (NMSP – WOT)
  Command                                                           CDR’s Vision
                                                                                                              Contains specific guidance for military initiatives in
   Vision &                                                                                                            the war on terrorism (4Mar 05)
   Strategy                                                       Africa Command 
                                                                      Strategy
   Campaign                                                                                                                                                      PI
                              AFRICOM Theater                                                     CWMD Global                      7500 GWOT
     Plans                                                        AFRICOM Theater                 Campaign Plan                      CONPLAN                Campaign Plan
                              Engagement Plan                      Campaign Plan                                                                            (NORTHCOM)
    FCC & SERVICE                                                                                  (STRATCOM)                        (SOCOM)
  CAMPAIGN SUPPORT                                                                                                                    (Feb 07)
        PLANS


 Subordinate 
    Plans                                          REPs               CWMD                 7075                PI
                                                                                          RWOT


 Contingency                                                                                                           OEF-TS
                                           MSP, COP,                                                                                                                   DRAFTING
and other plans                                                                                                      (19 Dec 09)
                                           OP PLANS
                                                                                                                                                                       STAFFING
                       CWP                                                                            7140*
                       (CCP)                                                 CSP                                                                                       IN FORCE




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OEF-Trans Sahara Joint Operations Area (JOA)




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                   Operational Chronology
• 2002/2003 The Pan Sahel Initiative (PSI)
• January 2005, TSCTI endorsed at the Deputies Committee
• April 2005-JCS PLANORD directing USEUCOM to plan for OPS; establish OEF-TS
• May 2005-USEUCOM submits OEF-TS OPORD
• July 2005-Joint Staff acknowledges Phase I activities; issues AQN Order
• Sept 2005-USEUCOM submits Phase II CONOP
• Dec 2005-SECDEF acknowledges DA will include FY06 Supp. to OMB
• Mar 2006-SECDEF approves OEF-TS Phase II
• Dec 2006-DepSecDef PDM IV signed official OEF-TS became a Program of Record
• Jan 2007-USEUCOM submits OEF-TS Phase II EXORD
• Oct 2008-OEF-TS transfers to USAFRICOM
• Dec 2009-AFRICOM OEF-TS OPORD Approved
• Aug 2010-AFRICOM OEF-TS OPORD (MOD)
• Jan 2011 FRAGO 1 OEF-TS OPORD (Approved)


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              OEF-TS Organizational Structure
AMEMB AMEMB  AMEMB AMEMB  AMEMB 
N’Djamera       Algiers Dakar Rabat
        Nouakchott                                                CDR
    AMEMB AMEMB AMEMB AMEMB  AMEMB
    Niamey Bamako Tunis                                         US Africa
                           Abuja  Ouagadougou
                                                                Command




                       OTR              IKD          OPL             SPP            RES              C4S               JFD


                                                    OEF-TS                                           Africa Command Staff


                         SOCAFRICA               USARAF      AFAFRICA               NAVAF             MARFORAF
                             JSOTF-TS

                                                                                                Africa Command Components


                             SOFLE       SOFLE      SOFLE    SOFLE          SOFLE     SOFLE         SOFLE     LNO
OPCON                        Chad         BFA       Mali     MRT            Niger     Nigeria      Senegal   Tunisia
COORD




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           OEF-TS Core Functional Areas

• Train, Advise, and Assist Partner Nations (TAA) (SOCAFRICA/JSOTF-TS)

• Countering Extremist Ideology (IO) (Africa Command Operations & Logistics/JSOTF-
TS)

• Build Intelligence Capacity (ICB) (Africa Command Intel & Knowledge Dev)

• Build Intra & International Communications Capability (Africa Command C4Sys)

• Coalition Building & Operations Support (Africa Command Operations & Logistics)




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                         AFRICOM Requirements
• OPL (J3/4)
     - Develop and Execute Regional IO activities
     - Support OEF-TS IO execution of regional engagements (i.e.. TSS)

• PAO
     - Coordinate the development of PA guidance and key briefings and information forums
     - Coordinate themes and messages with OPL-IO and OTR-SC

• RES (J1/8)
     - Develop OEF-TS Joint Manning Document (JMD) and validate manning requirements
       with OEF-TS JPG. Request JIA fills.
     - Support OPL-FOT and SOCAFRICA in developing an OEF-TS program assessment framework
     - Develop the Program Objective Memorandum (POM)/programming cycles to support the long-term
       operational requirements of OEF-TS.
     - In coordination with SPP Directorate, develop mechanisms or processes to provide a single source
        for funding and resource solutions in support of OEF-TS.
     - Maintain OEF-TS support for execution of Title 10, Title 22 (local) and Title 1206 (local)

• SJA
        - Provide Legal Support



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                       AFRICOM Requirements
• IKD (J-2)
      - Serves as lead for all OEF-TS Intelligence Activities
      - Provides planning for all OEF-TS Intelligence Activities
      - Plan and Execute Regional Intelligence Courses and Conferences (i.e.. MIBOC-A, MINOC-A,
        DMI Conference)

• C4S (J-6)
     - Develop strategy, policy, and architecture to support sharing and securing of information
     - Expand tactical Communications interoperability throughout the OEF-TS PNs
     - Provide planning for all OEF-TS C4S
     - Establish Regional Communications Plan and Execute Regional Communications Training
     - Provide solutions to communications gaps

• SPP (J-5)
     - Synchronize JOA Security Assistance and Regional TSC activities ISO OEF-TS
     - Request DOS, ICW JS/OSD, obtain agreements necessary for successful execution of OEF-TS Mission
     - Link to County Teams
     - Submission of 1206 cases
     - Planning guidance




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                       AFRICOM Requirements
• JFD (J7)
      - Manage scheduling and synchronization for bi-lateral and regional joint and coalition training
         and exercises that support OEF-TS
      -Expand current multilateral exercises, or develop new CJCS exercises in the region in support of
        OEF-TS objectives
      -In coordination with supporting components, coordinate and support the execution of joint and
        combined exercises for CBT within the JOA

• OTR
     - Synchronize command efforts to identify target audience and desired effect
     - Develop SC guidance including communication objectives
     - Identify important communication themes that support the base plan
     - When appropriate, synchronizes command efforts to counter or mitigate efforts to counter
        and/or mitigate the effects of messages harmful to US interests




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    OEF-TS Train & Equip Methodology
• Develop the organic capacities of each Partner Nation in key areas
      Ø‘Building Block’ approach to capacity-building
      Ø‘Modular’ approach to packages within the individual programs
• Provide a self-sustainable capability for select African nations to conduct:
      ØCT, Improved Air Ops, Military Intelligence, Maintenance / Sustainment,
         Command and Control, CMO, FARP / Emergency Refueling, etc.
      ØRegional operations in critical functional areas
• Develop
      ØRegional Centers of Excellence (COEs) to provide focused support
      ØNascent CT units for emerging TSCTP Partner Nations
• Leverage
      ØExisting Partner Nation agreements for combined operations
      ØMulti-lateral operations to leverage key assets region-wide
• Stress
      ØMulti-lateral participation in FLINTLOCK exercises
      ØRegional Cooperation



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OEF-TS Partner Nation T&E Prioritization

                         OEF-TS                OEF-TS Filter                                OEF-TS
                      Prioritization             Criteria                                 Engagement
                                                                                            Priority


 DoD GWOT        Core Countries¹                                                       1.    MALI
Prioritization                                                                         2.    MAURITANIA
                                                                                       3.    NIGERIA
                 1.    MALI                   1.   Threat                              4.    SENEGAL
                 2.    MAURITANIA             2.   Capability                          5.    CHAD
 GEF GWOT                                                                              6.    ALGERIA
                 3.    NIGER²                 3.   Access
Prioritization   4.    CHAD                                                            7.    BURKINA FASO
                                              4.   Willingness
                                                                                       8.    TUNISIA
                                                                                       9.    MOROCCO
    Africa            Periphery                                                        10.   NIGER¹
 Command                                                                               11.   LIBYA
Prioritization   5.     NIGERIA
                 6.     SENEGAL         CT
                 7.     TUNISIA         MI
                 8.     MOROCCO                         FUNCTIONAL 
                                        MX
                 9.     ALGERIA                          PRIORITIES
                                        AIR
                 10.   BURKINA FASO    CMO
                 11.   LIBYA
                                                                 Notes:
                                                                 1. BASED ON ORIGINAL TSCTP PRIORITIZATION
                                                                 2. LIMITED ACCESS DUE TO CURRENT USG POLICIES




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      Current OEF-TS CT Capabilities

• CT Unit – Chad

• MI Unit – Niger

• CMO Courses Conducted: Nigeria, Ghana, Senegal

• MI Course – Mali, Nigeria, Senegal

• CT Training Center: Niger

• Communications Interoperability: Algeria-Niger




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                  OEF-TS Completed Cases
        Country                                 Cases                         Type   Completed

          Mali                FY 09 Mali Operational Support (TSCTP PKO)      PKO      FY09

           Mali             FY09 Mali Operational Support (Non-TSCTP PKO)     PKO      FY09
        Regional
    (Held in Senegal)       FY09 Intel Basic and Advanced Course (MIBOC-A)    CNT      FY09
                            FY09 Intelligence Surveillance & Reconnaissance
     Tunisia (DOS)                                (ISR)                       1206     FY09

Regional (Mali & Nigeria)         FY08 Intel Basic and Advance Course         PKO      FY08

        Regional                     FY 08 Regional CMO Initiatives           PKO      FY08

        Tunisia              FY08 Tactical Communication Interoperability     PKO      FY08

        Tunisia             FY08 Improved Surveillance & Radar Capabilities   1206     FY08
                            FY07 Youth Job Trng, Media Outreach, Local Gov,
   Niger, Mali & MRT                       Capacity Building                  1207     FY07


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        OEF-TS Completed Cases Cont.

        Country                                Cases                         Type   Completed

 Regional (Held in Mali) FY07 Military Intelligence Basic Officer Course     1206     FY08
Algeria, Chad, Mali, MRT,
Morocco, Niger, Nigeria,  FY07 Develop partner national intelligence
         Senegal                            capability                       1206     FY08

         Chad                  FY07 Develop tactical airlift capability      1206     FY10
  Chad, MRT, Nigeria,
        Senegal               FY07 Civil-Military Operations Training        1206     FY08
 Mauritania Redirected
        to Mali           FY07 Create light infantry rapid reaction forces   1206     FY10
                         FY 06 Develop Multi-national Information Sharing
     Chad, Nigeria                           Initiative                      1206     FY08
                             FY06 Create Tactical Military Intelligence
         Niger                               Company                         1208     FY08




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      OEF-TS Completed Cases Cont.

     Country                                Cases                           Type   Completed
Chad Redirected to
     Nigeria                 FY07 Light Infantry Company Build              PKO      FY07

  Niger, Algeria     FY 05 Tenere Tactical Radio Interoperability-Phase I   PKO      FY07

      Niger               FY05 Airlift Base Camp, PSI Co Re-supply          PKO      FY06

      Niger                 FY05 Airlift Base Camp Improvement              CNT      FY06




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Additional Capabilities Following Execution of OEF-TS CT
              Cases for FY09-10 (Funded)

• 6 CT Units (1-Nigeria; 1-Senegal; 5 – Mali; 1 – Mauritania)
• Tactical Communications (Mali, Mauritania)
• Regional CMO Courses
• Regional Logistics and Maintenance Course (Aircraft and Vehicles)
• Regional Combat Medical Training for CT Units
• Maintenance and Logistics Support (Mali)
• Maintenance and Logistics Company (Mauritania)
• Additional MIBOCAs and MINOCAs
• Document Archive System (Senegal)
• Airborne ISR, MI Fusion, Intel Training (Mauritania)




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FY09 & Prior OEF-TS T&E Cases In Execution

    Country                             Cases                         PKO / 1206   Equip    Training

      Mali                       MI Program (FY09)                       PKO       SEP 12   MAR 12

      Mali               3x Infantry Companies T&E (FY07)                PKO       JUN 11     N/A

    Nigeria                    CT Unit(FY07 & FY09)                     1206       JUN 11    SEP 11

    Regional              Tennere II (FY 06) (MRT & MLI)                 CNT       APR 11   SEP 2011
    Regional
 (All but Niger)      Maintenance & Logistics Training (FY09)            PKO        N/A     MAR 12
    Regional       Civil Military Operation Initiative Trans Sahara
 (All but Niger)              Security Symposium (FY09)                  PKO        N/A     15-SEP-11

    Senegal                Train & Equip CT Unit (FY 09)                 PKO       AUG 12    NOV 12




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           FY10 OEF-TS T&E Cases Funded
 Country                           Cases                   PKO / 1206 Equip      Training
  Chad               Movement of Vehicles from Chad           PKO    11-Apr-11     N/A
  Chad                          Repair Parts                  PKO    10-Nov-10 N/A
  Mali            Intermediate level MX and Repair Unit       PKO     19-Jul-11 31-Oct-11
  Mali            AF Capability Improvement & ETIA Log        PKO       N/A       Jun 11
  Mali            33rd Augmentation and OCIE (4 ETIAs)        PKO    05 Nov 11 31 Jul 12
  Mali               Communication Support to ETIAs           PKO      Aug11      Sep 11
Mauritania          CT Unit (Includes Funds from FY07)        PKO     19 Jul 11 31 Oct 11

Mauritania         Airborne ISR, MI fusion Center & Tng       PKO       19-Mar-11 2-Jul-11

Mauritania           Maintenance/Logistic Company              1206      See tab     24-Jul-11
               Combat Medical Training (Mauritania, Algeria,
 Regional              Mali, Chad, Nigeria, Senegal)           PKO        N/A     31-Jul-11
 Regional     CMO Initiative Trans Sahara Security Symposium NADR/RSI     N/A     15-Sep-11
 Regional          Military Intelligence Training Classes      PKO        N/A     25-Feb-11
                                                                                   14-May-
 Senegal           Senegal Document Management Syst           PKO       30-Apr-11     11



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                  FY11 OEF-TS T&E Cases
                                                                PKO / 
   Country                          Cases                       1206     Equip   Training
 Burkina Faso                  Border Security                  PKO      ECD       ECD
     Chad                          CT Unit                      PKO      ECD       ECD
     Mali              Air Force Capability Improvement         PKO      ECD       ECD
     Mali         Camp Firhoun Training Support Facility, Gao   PKO      ECD       ECD
Mali/Mauritania                150 GPS Trackers                 PKO      ECD       ECD
  Mauritania             Military Intelligence Program          PKO      ECD       ECD
  Mauritania                       Ouassa                       PKO      ECD       ECD
     Niger                         CT Unit                      PKO      ECD       ECD
    Nigeria                        CT Unit                      PKO      ECD       ECD
   Regional                      C4I Training                   PKO      ECD       ECD
   Senegal                Security Management T&E               PKO      ECD       ECD




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           FY12 OEF-TS T&E Case Initiatives
         Country                                   Cases                           PKO / 1206
          Mali                     Zone Operations Centers Improvements               PKO
          Mali                       Continuation of Mali ETIA Support                PKO
  Mali, Mauritania, Chad,
Burkina Faso, Nigeria, Niger       Theater Logistics Engagement Program               PKO
        Mauritania                       Forward Operating Location 1                 PKO
   Mauritania & Nigeria               Identity Intelligence Operation (IIO)           PKO
           Niger                          Counter Terrorism Company                   PKO
           Niger                  Military Intelligence Train & Equip Program         PKO
         Regional                           AES Encryption Upgrades                   PKO
         Regional                             C4I Training Program                    PKO
                               Military Intelligence Operations Training Program
         Regional                                    (MIOTP)                          PKO
         Regional               Military Intelligence Training Program (MITP)         PKO
                                  Network Information Technology Learning
          Senegal                          Laboratory/OPS Center                      PKO



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         Key Meetings/Conferences
• Annual TSCTP Conference (USAID, STATE, AFRICOM): 26-29 April 2011
• Annual TSC Conference
• Bi-annual State, OSD meeting with OEF-TS: OCT/APR
• Annual Train and Equip Conference: Date TBD
• Annual IO Conference
• Annual Planners Conference
• Components Conferences
• Bi-weekly OEF-TS JPT
• Regional JPTs
• Weekly IKD-OEF-TS JPT
• Weekly CT JPT
• Trans-Sahara Security Symposium
• Annual Security Conference
• Analytical Roundtable (Beginning FY12)
• Weekly Working Groups


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                Way Ahead

1. Task Component or Sub-Component as lead for
  all JOA T&E efforts and responsibilities for
  forces supporting OEF-TS in the Operational
  Environment (7075 C2)

2. Greater synchronization among all OEF-TS
  stakeholders

3. Establish OEF-TS Assessment Process


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                Challenges / Conclusions
• Addresses a continually evolving threat
• Security challenges that impede access (i.e. coupes & sanctions)
• Preventative versus a reactive approach
• Low cost with a proven return on initial investment
• Requires dedicated funding & streamlined funding authorities
• Provides for a coherent whole of US Government (USG) strategy
      - Model for interagency cooperation
      - 3Ds – no one USG agency has all of the tools
      - Constant breaking down of stovepipes
      - Striking a balance between USG’s 3D activities
      - Fosters access & willingness to work together
• Coordination and synchronization of Partner Nation (PN) capacity building
      - Institutionalizes regional cooperation
• Maintain an awareness of PN’s “capacity” for training and support
• Multi-year integrated planning coupled with time-phased implementation

         OEF-TS/TSCTP is about enabling Partner Nations to fight terrorism and 
                       to deny our mutual enemies safe haven.



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Operation Enduring Freedom –
       Trans Sahara (OEF-TS)


              Back-up




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                           OEF-TS Activities
                                     FY08     FY09    FY10    FY11   FY12
JCETs-BILATS (Pind/Comp)             35/23    50/26   52/30   30     44
MIST/CMSE (# in JOA)                  4/5      4/5     4/5    4/5    4/5
Train & Equip Activities                 2     3       5      11      8
Military Intelligence (MI) Courses       2     2       4       5      5
Exercises/Engagements                    1     1       1      30     30
Civil-Military Operations Course         6     4       8       8      8
DMI Conference                           2     1       1       1      1
Linguist Support                         6     6       6      10     12
Airborne ISR platform                1         1       1       1      1
    PAX                              1         15      6      15     15
STOL                                     3     2       2       2      0
    NSAv                                 0     2       2       2      4
    PAX                                  15    40      40     40     45
JSOAC/JSOAD                              2     4       15     15     15




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                     Training and Equipping
Title 22 (Peacekeeping Operations)/State Department:
• Provides assistance for programs carried out in furtherance of the national
  security interests of the United States
• Coordinated effort with Embassy Country Teams, components, and
  AFRICOM Directorates to synchronize and prioritize projects:
    ₋ FY10: $21.0M
          ₋ Counterterrorism unit equipping ($4.0M)
          ₋ Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Ball/Military
            Intelligence center ($2.9M)
    ₋ FY11: $5.21M
          ₋ Military Intelligence Training and Equipping ($3.76M)
          ₋ GPS Trackers ($0.12M)
          ₋ Basler Engine Inspection ($0.12M)
          ₋ Forward Operating Location Ouassa Difference ($1.21)




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                     Training and Equipping
Title 10 Section 1206/Department of Defense (DoD)
• DoD funds used with State Department concurrence, to build the capacity of a
  foreign country's national military forces to conduct counterterrorist operations.
• Coordinated effort with Embassy Country Teams, components, and
  AFRICOM Directorates to synchronize and prioritize projects:
     ₋ FY10: $6.44M
          ₋ Maintenance/Logistics company training and equipping ($6.44M)
     ₋ FY11: $16.15M
          ₋ Forward Operating Location Ouassa ($5.61M)
          ₋ Basler Turbo Maintenance/PC-6 Pilatus Aircraft/Pilot Training
            ($10.54M)
          ₋ Mali Mine Detection




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Operation Enduring Freedom –
       Trans Sahara (OEF-TS)


      FY09 and Prior Year Proposals




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                        Mali, Military Intelligence Capability                                                                              UNCLASSIFIED



                           (FY09 TSCTP Title 22 PKO)
Military Intelligence (MI) Train & Equip (T&E): $3.56M                      Activities: Conduct MI Company Operations
•      Establish a Military Intelligence (MI) Company that will have the    •      Provide HN the capability to respond to emerging terrorist situations
       mobility, communications, personal and unit equipment necessary      •      Enable inter / intra-country intelligence fusion
       to support sustained border security                                 •      Support Partner Nation forces with integrated and detailed intelligence /
•      Enable coordinated operations with other in-country and regional            information in order to conduct synchronized, effective operations
       forces                                                               •      Conduct regional operations with partner nations
•      Develop a well-trained and flexible MI company capable of
       responding quickly and effectively to counter emerging threats, to
       deter crises and ultimately defeat threats to regional stability

Equipment:
•    8 vehicles (6 in Military Regions and 2 at DSM HQ)                     The Malian MI T&E program needs to developed to meet Partner Country, U.S.
                                                                                   Embassy Bamako and Africa Command Theater Security Objectives (TSO)
•    HF/DF Radios                                                                  and Strategic Effects (SE).
•    Telephone listening and phone #s determining equipment                 This program will support TSO 1, SE 1.1, 1.2, 1.3 by disrupting AQN’s ability to
•    Thuryas / Motorola                                                            conduct attacks against U.S. interests, provide substantive support to
•    8 cameras                                                                     VEOs, and marginalize recruiting efforts.
•    8 GPs                                                                  This program will support TSO 2, 2.1, 2.4 by developing a structure for Mali to
•    50 Night Vision Devices                                                       support the rapid U.S. of Mali airspace to grant U.S. airspace access.
•    10 Range Finders                                                       This program will support TSO 3, 3.1, 3.3 by emplacing an MI structure that can
•    8 Tough Book Computers                                                        provide rapid information from remote locations back through Bamako
                                                                                   and the U.S. Country team to relay to AFMIC.
•    Facility upgrade for an A7P Center
                                                                            This program will support TSO 5, SE 5.1, 5.2, 5.3 and 5.4 by developing a
•    Analysts Notebook                                                             mechanism to ensuring civilian oversight of the process, contribute to
•    Ground Surveillance Radars (15-25km range)                                    broader efforts to counter illicit trafficking and offer opportunities for
                                                                                   other U.S. agencies to contribute.
Training:                                                                   This program will support TSO 6, SE 6.2 and 6.3 by enhancing common TTPs
•      Additional MIBOC-A and MIPC courses                                         that can be replicated in other African countries to provide peace
                                                                                   support operations more effectively.
•      Train the Trainer courses
•      Planning and A&P need training
•      MI Company operational training
•      Create a sub-regional MI School in Mali




                                                                                                                                            UNCLASSIFIED
                      Mali T&E Counter-Terrorism Units                                                                      UNCLASSIFIED


                        (FY07 TSCTP Title-22 PKO)
• Country / Region Supported:  Mali, Trans Sahara Africa
• Urgent Threat / Emerging Need / Problem:  Al Qaida in the Land of the Islamic Maghreb (AQIM) is growing threat to our partner
nations’ internal security and to U.S. interests in the region. AQIM activities in the Operations Enduring Freedom Trans-Sahara
(OEF-TS) Joint Operational Area (JOA) include recruitment, training, fundraising and direct activities against US interests to include
kidnapping and assassinations. Significant numbers of foreign fighters in Iraq and Afghanistan originate from this area and their
subsequent return leads to a larger, battle-hardened force. Current Malian military forces lack the organic capability to find, fix
and finish the continually evolving AQIM terrorist elements operating within their borders.
• Type of Capacity Building (paragraph summary): The Counterterrorism (CT) Train and Equip program’s goal is to provide the
necessary equipment and familiarization training to enhance three established CT units to conduct more effective CT operations
in support of OEF-TS. While Mali has demonstrated a willingness to engage VEO’s in the past, their capabilities are extremely
limited at present and must be enhanced. This continues the USG’s support to Mali in its fight against the violent extremists and
terrorists. If this proposal is approved, the CT Companies in Mali, will have the mobility, communications, personal and unit
equipment required to support sustained CT operations both within their borders and with other regional forces.
• Program Highlights:
        1. Equipment: 3 x Company sets of Personal Equipment & Field Equipment (OCIE), medium cargo vehicles, light infantry
            trucks, ambulances, medium fuel tanker, communications equipment, parts package for vehicles, HESCO barriers and
            training ammo.
        2. Training: 
                 • USG: Combat Lifesaver Training, Basic Vehicle Operation/Maintenance, Human Rights Training, Marksmanship,
                     Basic Soldier Skills and C4
                 • Contractor Provided: Basic Vehicle Operation/Maintenance, HF Radio Operation / Maintenance Training
        3. Services:
                 • USG Military/Civilian: Active liaison program through SOFLE and JPAT
                 • Contractor Provided: N/A

• Amount Request: $8.10M
• POC: CDR Eric Stallworth, JSOTF, eric.stallworth@africom.mil




                                                                                                                            UNCLASSIFIED
                         Nigeria CT Company                                                               UNCLASSIFIED


                     (FY07 and FY09 Section 1206)
Counterterrorism Train & Equip:
• $6.22M
• Provide ground mobility assets at platoon and company-level
• Provide integrated and compatible communications (with Partner Nations (PN) and US forces)
• Outfit a company-sized CT unit with basic Organizational Clothing and Individual Equipment (OCIE)
• Conduct training for and develop a Maintenance and Sustainment system

Activities:
• Develop PN capability to respond to CT threats in remote regions
• Provide a focal point for PN and international efforts to provide CT capability to the region
• Develop a Maintenance and Sustainment system / training to facilitate long-term PN self-sustainment
• Conduct national & regional operations with partner nations on compatible weapons and communication
systems

Train and equip a ‘National Asset’ CT Unit:
• Execute TSCTP/OEF-TS indirect lines of operation
• Support US Embassy Mission Strategic Plan (MSP)
• Execute the SOCAFRICA Nigeria Country Action Plan (CAP)
• Achieve SOCAFRICA/JSOTF-TS Strategic Priority Effects 1, 2, & 3
      • Priority Effect #1: States have the capability to conduct operations in support of the War on Terror.
      • Priority Effect #2: States in the AOR support operations in support of WOT
      • Priority Effect #2: States in AOR project military power




                                                                                                         UNCLASSIFIED
  Ténéré II Regional Communications Initiative                                                          UNCLASSIFIED



(FY06 Counter Narcotics and Terrorism Funding)
•Phase II: ($2.25M, CNT, Section 1004)
•Purpose: Provide a compatible system of communications for Algeria and Niger in order to facilitate the sharing
of information, conducting of border operations, etc., all focused on mitigating AQUIM efforts in the region.
•Phase II is capable of providing the Malians and Mauritanians with long range communications capabilities.

Fielding Plan
• Eight base stations and fourteen vehicle mountable radios purchased from Harris Corporation and ready to be
delivered.
       • Mauritania: 5 X Base Station HF/VHF radios; 9 x Vehicle Radios
       • Mali: 3 X Base Station; 5 X Vehicle Radios
• Operator and Maintenance Training included in Phase II contract
•Installation support also included in phase II contract

Way Ahead
• Determine long term funding for O&M and expansion
• Discuss capabilities and recommended placement / locations with 3 x Partner Nations
• US installs Phase II systems in Mauritania & Mali
• Algeria takes control of the infrastructure and manages Command and Control of regional CT operations
• Address potential methodology for information sharing in the region
• Develop timeline for commencement / completion / Beta testing of the system
• Discuss Beta test methodology and purpose once all stations are in place
• Address requirements between countries in order to communicate




                                                                                                        UNCLASSIFIED
                 Regional Maintenance/Logistic Course                                                                    UNCLASSIFIED


                     (FY09 TSCTP Title-22 PKO)
Requirements Overview: ($2.50M)                                   Cost Breakout by Activity:
•    1-year Maintenance training course followed with             •    US Military, Host Nation or Contracted Instructor trainers;
    additional years; Instructor, US Military Oversight, &             includes salaries to develop and instruct the courses; if
    Partner Nation (PN) student travel/per-diem                        contractor conducted develop a single-year contract with
•    PN Travel & Per diem to attend training                           possible renewal
•    US Military, Host Nation or Contracted Instructor Travel &   •    PN students and military oversight travel/per-diem (30
    Per diem to attend training                                        students; 2 courses per year)
•    Partner Nations’ Costs to host nine nations                         – Algeria, Chad, Mali, Mauritania, Morocco, Niger, Nigeria,
                                                                             Senegal, Burkina Faso, Tunisia
Partner Nation Maintenance and Logistics Support to CT Ops:
                                                                  The “Maintenance Officers Course – Africa” would be modeled
•    Supports US Africa Command’s Theater Strategic                    after the intelligence course (MIBOCA-A). This regional
     Objective #1 – Al Qaeda Network is defeated in the                training program would focus efforts on improving the quality
     Command’s Area of Responsibility                                  and capabilities of regional air forces. Initially, 30 students
•    Executes TSCTP/OEF-TS indirect lines of operation                 (drawn from the OEF-TS countries) in the grade of Lieutenant
•    Supports US Embassy Mission Strategic Plan (MSP)                  through Major and enlisted leaders (E-6 through E-9). The
•    Executes the SOCAFRICA Country Action Plan (CAP)                  proposed program would be taught by US military trainers or
                                                                       contractors and consist of about 3 weeks of general
•    Achieves SOCAFRICA Strategic Priority Effects                     maintenance practices, followed by approximately 4 weeks of
       – States have the capability to conduct operations in           country-specific training and assistance in each of the
           support of the War on Terror                                participating countries (the trainers would go to the country
       – States in the AOR support operations in support of            to work issues and help the trainees apply the techniques
           WOT                                                         learned.
       – States in AOR project military power                     The course would be conducted on an annual basis, with potential
                                                                       to expand to more regional countries, as the program
                                                                       develops. Intent is to extend the life-cycle of the aviation and
                                                                       ground assets given to the partner nations through CT
                                                                       security assistance programs thus improving the USG’s
                                                                       investment, and ultimately improving the partner nations
                                                                       capacity to conduct operations.




                                                                                                                        UNCLASSIFIED
              Regional Civil Military Operations Course                                                                                       UNCLASSIFIED


                   (FY09 TSCTP Title-22 PKO)
Civil Military Engagement:
• $3.25M
• Funds JSOTF-TS CMSE projects and programs
• Infrastructure Development
• Capacity-Building in the following:
           - Basic Government & Emergency Services
           - Education/Health Care
• Engagement with HN and local authorities
• Civil Information Management
           - Mapping and Analysis
           - Civil Common Operating Picture for exploitation in FID/UW

Civil Affairs Operations:
• Conduct Civil Reconnaissance
• Identify civil vulnerabilities to VEO influence and VEO vulnerabilities in civil dimension
• Conduct targeted CA operations to ELIMINATE, REDUCE, and/or MITIGATE decisive civil-vulnerabilities that VEOs exploit for their support, sustainment ,
and freedom of action
• Coordinate CMO by, through, and with partners & surrogates to BUILD, REPLACE REPAIR and SUSTAIN indigenous civil capabilities and capacities. Directly
engage the threats to civil society and EXPLOIT VEO weaknesses.
• Conduct Influence Operations to facilitate access for other SOF elements

Civil Military Support Elements conduct targeted Civil Affairs Operations in order to:
• Execute TSCTP/EEF-TS indirect lines of operation
• Support US Embassy Mission Strategic Plan (MSP)
• Execute the SOCEUR Country Action Plans (CAP)
• Achieves SOCEUR Strategic Priority Effects 6, 7, 8 and 9
          - 6: States create an environment inhospitable to VEO
          - 7: Non-state entities do not support VEO
          - 8: The populace rejects VEO and their proxies
          --9: Access throughout AOR for US DoD and coalition




                                                                                                                                             UNCLASSIFIED
                            Senegal CT Company                                                             UNCLASSIFIED


                         (FY09 TSCTP Title-22 PKO)
Counterterrorism Train & Equip: $5.00M
• Provide ground mobility assets at platoon and company level
• Provide integrated, secure and compatible communications (with Partner Nations and US forces)
• Outfit a company-sized CT unit with basic Organizational Clothing and Individual Equipment (OCIE)
• Conduct training for and develop a Maintenance and Sustainment system

Activities:
• Develop the capability of the PN to respond to CT threats in their remote regions
• Provide a focal point for PN and international efforts to provide CT capability to the region
• Develop a Maintenance and Sustainment system / training to facilitate long-term PN self-sustainment
• Conduct regional operations with partner nations on compatible weapons and communications systems

Train and Equip a ‘National Asset’ CT Unit:
• Execute TSCTP/OEF-TS indirect lines of operation
• Achieve SOCAFRICA/JSOTF-TS Strategic Priority Effects 1, 2, & 3
      • Priority Effect #1: States have the capability to conduct operations in support of the War on Terror.
      • Priority Effect #2: States in the AOR support operations in support of WOT
      • Priority Effect #2: States in AOR project military power




                                                                                                          UNCLASSIFIED
              Chad, Sustain C-130 (Parts & Spares)                                                               UNCLASSIFIED


                      (FY07 Section 1206)
Sustain Air Capability (C-130 Parts):
• $1.70M
• Sustainment package to include:
       - Miscellaneous C-130 parts
       - Spares / Parts
       - Technical Assistance Field Team (TAFT) support
       - Specific high-usage parts (historical)
       - Others as required

Activities: 
• Focus sustainment on current capability being supported by prior Train & Equip missions
• Conduct refresher training in key areas as required
• Provide sustainment to the established system of aircraft and communications maintenance
• Provide long-term advise and assistance, in-country, who will assist in training and directing a focused sustainment
system

Sustainment of Air Capability is critical in support of Counterterrorism operations in order to:
• Execute TSCTP/OEF-TS indirect lines of operation
• Support US Embassy Mission Strategic Plan (MSP)
• Execute the SOCAFRICA Niger Country Action Plan (CAP)
• Achieve SOCAFRICA Strategic Priority Effects 1, 2 and 3
       -Priority Effect #1: States have the capability to conduct operations in support of the War on Terror
       - Priority Effect #2: States in the AOR support operation in support of WOT
       - Priority Effect #3: States in AOR project military power




                                                                                                                 UNCLASSIFIED
                            UNCLASSIFIED




Operation Enduring Freedom –
       Trans Sahara (OEF-TS)


           FY10 Proposals




                            UNCLASSIFIED
             Mali Intermediate Level Maintenance & Vehicle                                                                            UNCLASSIFIED


              Repair Platoon (FY10 TSCTP Title-22 PKO)
•    Country / Region Supported:  Mali, Trans Sahara Africa
•    Urgent Threat / Emerging Need / Problem: AQN (AQIM) is increasing their footprint and capability posing an emerging threat to GOM.
    Malian security forces possess an immature maintenance & repair system characterized by extremely limited resources. Due to a
    significant limited capability, Malian security forces cannot provide regular maintenance and repairs to their fleet of vehicles. This has a
    detrimental impact on the vehicle fleet readiness, severely affecting their ability to sustain themselves in the field, and recently forcing
    the premature termination of critical offensive operations.
•    Type of Capacity Building (paragraph summary): Malian Security Forces require an Intermediate Level Maintenance Platoon and an
    Intermediate Level Maintenance Repair capability to manage and utilize an already existing facility in GAO. A well equipped
    Intermediate Level Maintenance Platoon will provide maintenance / repair support to all deployed counter-terrorism Task Forces
    (Echelon Tactique Inter-Army (ETIAs)). This organization would assist the ETIAs organic “light” maintenance capability to repair
    “forward” (contact teams), retrieve damaged vehicles and transport them from / to ETIAs and the Repair Facility. The Repair facility will
    provide critical maintenance / repair support capability at a fixed location (GAO) and in proximity to all deployed ETIAs. This
    organization would be in direct support to all ETIAs via the Intermediate Level Maintenance Platoon and will push support to the
    deployed elements as required. The repair facility will not be equipped to provide DEPOT level repairs. These two capabilities are
    critical to providing the Malian security forces a greatly improved capability to project power. Meanwhile their vehicular operational
    posture (OR rate) will be improved allowing them to accomplish their mission objectives to disrupt AWN efforts, achieving OEF-TS
    effects. Mali has been approved for FY11 FMF funding.
•    Program Highlights:
      1. Equipment: One Intermediate Level Maintenance Platoon plus Repair section (100 pax) with a complementary set of vehicles,
           mobile repair shops, tools, repair equipment, communications gear and OCIE.
      2. Training: 
                • USG: Site Exploitation Training, Document Archiving System Training, Human Rights and Gender Based Violence
                • Contractor Provided: N/A
      3. Services:
                • USG: Maintenance MTTs, Mil to Mil activities, JCET/BILAT, SETAF
                • Contractor Provided: Regional Sustainment Support Team (RSST)

•   Amount Request: $5.0M
•   POC: CDR Eric Stallworth, JSOTF-TS, eric.stallworth@africom.mil




                                                                                                                                     UNCLASSIFIED
          Mali – Air Force Capability Improvement & ETIA                                                                 UNCLASSIFIED


          Logistics Support (FY10 TSCTP Title-22 PKO)
•    Country / Region Supported:  Mali, Trans Sahara Africa
•    Urgent Threat / Emerging Need / Problem: Al Qaida in the Land of the Islamic Maghreb (AQIM) is growing threat to our
    partner nations’ internal security and to U.S. interests in the region. AQIM activities in the Operations Enduring Freedom
    Trans-Sahara (OEF-TS) Joint Operational Area (JOA) include recruitment, training, fundraising and direct activities against US
    interests to include kidnapping and assassinations. Significant numbers of foreign fighters in Iraq and Afghanistan originate
    from this area and their subsequent return leads to a larger, battle-hardened force. Current security forces lack the organic
    capability to sustain themselves during field operations.
•    Type of Capacity Building (paragraph summary): This proposal would fund onward movement of equipment and supplies
    to the ETIA deployed locations and provide training and equipment to facilitate use of the Malian’s BT-67 to accomplish this
    resupply. Because of the remoteness and vastness of the Malian frontier where the CT Task Forces (Echelon Tactique Inter-
    Army (ETIAs) operate and the distance between Bamako and the ETIA Regional Headquarters in GAO/Tombouctou the
    Malian MOD does not have a reliable mechanism to flow the supplies out to the units.
•    Program Highlights:
      1. Equipment: BT-67 spare parts, maintenance tools, fuel and airdrop supplies
      2. Training: 
              • USG: Supply/Logistics Training, Human Rights and Gender Based Violence Training
              • Contractor Provided: Pilot Training and Maintenance Training
      3. Services:
              • USG: Active liaison program through SOFLE
              • Contractor Provided: Pilot and Maintenance support

•   Amount Request: $1.4M
•   POC: CDR Eric Stallworth, JSOTF-TS, eric.stallworth@africom.mil




                                                                                                                         UNCLASSIFIED
                                                                                                                             UNCLASSIFIED
      Mali – CT Forces    & ETIAs) T&E Augmentation
                                                (33rd
                 (FY10 TSCTP Title-22 PKO)
•    Country / Region Supported:  Mali, Trans Sahara Africa
•    Urgent Threat / Emerging Need / Problem: AQIM is increasing their footprint and capability posing an emerging threat to
    GOM. PN CT Forces are being built (trained and equipped as a result of other Title 22 and 1206/1208 programs), and need
    to be equipped to effectively conduct operations against AQIM.
•    Type of Capacity Building (paragraph summary): Funding will provide Mali a fully trained and equipped CT finishing force
    of approximately 150 personnel. While Mali has demonstrated a willingness to engage VEO’s in the past, their capabilities
    are extremely limited at present and must be rapidly enhanced. The GOM (Government of Mali) has formed CT Task Forces
    (Echelon Tactique Inter-Army (ETIAs) to find and fix the AQIM threat. This proposal will increase the Malian security forces
    ability to finish the threat. This continues the USG support to Mali in its fight against terrorists. If this proposal is approved,
    the CT finishing force in Mali will have the mobility, communications, personal and unit equipment required to prosecute CT
    operations both within their borders and with other regional forces. Additionally, this requests contains OCIE for the Malian
    ETIA “B” Teams (the 2nd rotational force in the new 4 x ETIA construct), to finish their ‘build’.
•    Program Highlights:
      1. Equipment:  Organizational clothing and individual equipment, specialized finishing force equipment, and tactical
          radios
      2. Training: 
               • USG: Human rights training, gender based violence training and combat lifesaving skills training
               • Contractor Provided: Communications and vehicle maintenance training
      3. Services:
               • USG: Active liaison program through SOFLE and JPAT
               • Contractor Provided: N/A

•   Amount Request: $3.9M
•   POC: CDR Eric Stallworth, JSOTF-TS, eric.stallworth@africom.mil




                                                                                                                             UNCLASSIFIED
                                                                                                                             UNCLASSIFIED
      Mali – CT Forces    & ETIAs) T&E Augmentation
                                                (33rd
                 (FY10 TSCTP Title-22 PKO)
•    Country / Region Supported:  Mali, Trans Sahara Africa
•    Urgent Threat / Emerging Need / Problem: AQIM is increasing their footprint and capability posing an emerging threat to
    GOM. PN CT Forces are being built (trained and equipped as a result of other Title 22 and 1206/1208 programs), and need
    to be equipped to effectively conduct operations against AQIM.
•    Type of Capacity Building (paragraph summary): Funding will provide Mali a fully trained and equipped CT finishing force
    of approximately 150 personnel. While Mali has demonstrated a willingness to engage VEO’s in the past, their capabilities
    are extremely limited at present and must be rapidly enhanced. The GOM (Government of Mali) has formed CT Task Forces
    (Echelon Tactique Inter-Army (ETIAs) to find and fix the AQIM threat. This proposal will increase the Malian security forces
    ability to finish the threat. This continues the USG support to Mali in its fight against terrorists. If this proposal is approved,
    the CT finishing force in Mali will have the mobility, communications, personal and unit equipment required to prosecute CT
    operations both within their borders and with other regional forces. Additionally, this requests contains OCIE for the Malian
    ETIA “B” Teams (the 2nd rotational force in the new 4 x ETIA construct), to finish their ‘build’.
•    Program Highlights:
      1. Equipment:  Organizational clothing and individual equipment, specialized finishing force equipment, and tactical
          radios
      2. Training: 
               • USG: Human rights training, gender based violence training and combat lifesaving skills training
               • Contractor Provided: Communications and vehicle maintenance training
      3. Services:
               • USG: Active liaison program through SOFLE and JPAT
               • Contractor Provided: N/A

•   Amount Request: $3.9M
•   POC: CDR Eric Stallworth, JSOTF-TS, eric.stallworth@africom.mil




                                                                                                                             UNCLASSIFIED
                                                                                                                      UNCLASSIFIED
                    Mali – Communications Support to ETIAs
                           (FY10 TSCTP Title-22 PKO)
Requirements Overview:                                            Communications system installation implemented in Mali to meet 
ROM: $1.0M                                                           information sharing requirements in support of OEF-TS:
GOAL: Install one technology suite                                •  Executes TSCTP / IEF-Ts indirect lines of operation
1) Planning & scheduling                                          •  Supports US Embassy Mission Strategic Plan (MSP)
2) Conduct site surveys to capture communication                  •  Delivers a full-spectrum, tightly-integrated, collaboration
    requirements                                                     platform
3) Site engineering/design services to cover site                      – Computers
    installations                                                      – Commercial phones
4) Procurement: Technology Suite, Critical Power and                   – Internet
    Construction
5) Pre-installation and Site Provisioning
6) Site Deployment and Testing
                                                                  Objectives
7) Develop & Training Plan for end users
                                                                  •    Provide integrated and compatible communications with
8) Operations & Maintenance                                            Partner Nations and U.S. Forces
                                                                  •    Improve knowledge sharing and interoperability to promote
Activities:                                                            real-time information flow
•     Provide a technology suite and a critical power source to   •    Provide Mali the capability to respond to emerging terrorist
      establish a communication infrastructure                         situations
•     Recruit and hire one in-Country Coordinator (ICC) to        •    Provide a collaboration focal point for partner nations and
      provide knowledge on site support to partner nation              international efforts to share counter-terrorism information
•     Provide ongoing O&M to support bandwidth needs,                  to the region
      circuit support, ICC and data center support
•     Train locals for sustainability and provide a knowledge
      base for future growth




                                                                                                                      UNCLASSIFIED
                                                                                                                          UNCLASSIFIED
       Mauritania Maintenance & Logistic Support Company
                 (FY10 AFRICOM Section 1206)
•   Country / Region Supported: Mauritania, Trans Sahara Africa
•    Urgent Threat / Emerging Need / Problem:  Al Qaida in the Land of the Islamic Maghreb (AQIM) is growing threat to our
    partner nations’ internal security and to U.S. interests in the region. AQIM activities in the Operations Enduring Freedom Trans-
    Sahara (OEF-TS) Joint Operational Area (JOA) include recruitment, training, fundraising and direct activities against US interests
    to include kidnapping and assassinations. Significant numbers of foreign fighters in Iraq and Afghanistan originate from this area
    and their subsequent return leads to a larger, battle-hardened force. Current Mauritanian security forces lack the organic
    capability to sustain themselves during field operations.

•    Type of Capacity Building (paragraph summary): Funding will provide Mauritania a fully trained and equipped Logistic Support
    Company of approximately 145 personnel. This logistical support capability would provide Mauritanian security forces ability to
    conduct extended counter-terrorist operations and place them in a position for the greatest possibility for success.

•   Program Highlights:
      1. Equipment: Individual Equipment & Field Gear (OCIE) for 1 x company, 10 x light / 23 medium cargo vehicles and
         communications equipment
      2. Training: 
             • USG: Technical and electronic skills, sustainment operations training ISO tactical operations and equipment
                operations (vehicles, communications, and automation) and HF Radios tied to conducting field operations, tactical
                resupply procedures, etc
      3. Services:
             • USG Military/Civilian:

•   Amount Request: $6.44M
•   POC: CDR Eric Stallworth, JSOTF-TS, eric.stallworth@africom.mil




                                                                                                                          UNCLASSIFIED
                                                                                                                                      UNCLASSIFIED
                         Mauritania Counter-Terrorism Unit T&E
                              (FY10 TSCTP Title-22 PKO)
Country / Region Supported: Mauritania, Trans Sahara Africa
 Urgent Threat / Emerging Need / Problem:  Al Qaida in the Land of the Islamic Maghreb (AQIM) is growing threat to our partner nations’
internal security and to U.S. interests in the region. AQIM activities in the Operations Enduring Freedom Trans-Sahara (OEF-TS) Joint
Operational Area (JOA) include recruitment, training, fundraising and direct activities against US interests to include kidnapping and
assassinations. Significant numbers of foreign fighters in Iraq and Afghanistan originate from this area and their subsequent return leads to a
larger, battle-hardened force. Current Mauritanian military forces lack the organic capability to find, fix and finish the continually evolving
AQIM terrorist elements operating within their borders.

 Type of Capacity Building (paragraph summary): The USG’s Mauritanian Counterterrorism (CT) Train and Equip program’s goal is to develop a
new GSI (#4), consisting of 2 x CSI’s and a HQ element, a Maintenance and Logistics Unit, the upgrade of one of the GSI’s Forward Operating
Bases, and the providing of an airborne ISR and MI capability. The funding requested will provide the necessary equipment and familiarization
training to enhance two established CT units to conduct more effective CT operations in support of OEF-TS. While Mauritania has
demonstrated a willingness to engage VEO’s in the past, their capabilities are extremely limited at present and must be rapidly enhanced. The
GIRM (Government of the Islamic Republic of Mauritania) has reorganized their eastern military zone putting their best trained forces in the
fight (CT units trained by US SOF). This continues the USG support to Mauritania in its fight against the terrorists. The CT Companies in
Mauritania will have the mobility , communications, personal and unit equipment required to support sustained CT operations both within
their borders and with other regional forces.
 
Program Highlights:
       1. Equipment: 2 x Company sets of Personal Equipment & Field Equipment (OCIE), 2 x medium cargo vehicles, 4 x ambulances, 1 x
           medium fuel tanker, 1 x FARP systems with fuel storage bladders, airfield lighting system, etc.
       2. Training: 
               USG: Combat Lifesaver Training, Basic Vehicle Operation/Maintenance, Human Rights Training
               Contractor Provided: Basic Vehicle Operation/Maintenance, HF Radio Operation / Maintenance Training
       3. Services:
               USG Military/Civilian: Active liaison program through SOFLE and JPAT

Amount Request: $6.57M ($4.0M FY10 + $2.57M FY07)                        POC: CDR Eric Stallworth, JSOTF-TS, eric.stallworth@africom.mil




                                                                                                                                      UNCLASSIFIED
                                                                                                                                       UNCLASSIFIED
       Mauritania Airborne ISR, MI Fusion Center & Training
                   (FY10 TSCTP Title-22 PKO)
Country / Region Supported: Mauritania, Trans Sahara Africa
 Urgent Threat / Emerging Need / Problem: Increased AQN (AQIM) footprint and capability in the Country . PN CT Forces are being built
(trained and equipped as a result of other Title 22 and 1206 / 1208 programs), but lack the military intelligence, surveillance, and
reconnaissance (ISR) capability to find and fix threat nodes/individuals.

 Type of Capacity Building (paragraph summary): The USG’s Mauritanian Counterterrorism (CT) Train and Equip program’s goal is to develop a
new GSI (#4), consisting of 2 x CSI’s and a HQs element, a Maintenance and Logistics Unit, the upgrade of one of the GSI’s Forward Operating
Bases, and the providing of an airborne ISR and MI capability. In order for the GSIs to engage with AQIM they need to deploy into the vastness
of eastern Mauritania. At present, a critical vulnerability of the GSIs is to find and fix AQIM with time-sensitive intelligence information. This
proposal will greatly enhance Mauritania’s ISR capabilities to support their Counter-Terrorism (CT) operations against Al Qaeda in the Islamic
Maghreb(AQIM) in remote areas. Mauritanian Air Force (Basler (BT-67) and CT Task Forces (Groupement Special D’Intervention) will be able to
conduct ISR operations throughout Mauritania, augmenting their ability to successfully take direct action against AQIM and enabling more
effective operations thereby increasing the likelihood of successful mission outcomes. The proposed platform’s intelligence will be processed
at an analysis/fusion center and then pushed to the Military Command Center and out to the deployed GSIs which can then “find and fix” the
enemy forces. Proposal supports US Africa Command’s #1 Theater Strategic Objective to Defeat Al Qaeda’s network in Africa, it supports the
TSCTP goal of developing the partner nation’s CT capabilities and OEF-TS lines of operation to disrupt, degrade and defeat violent extremist
organizations and to enable partner nations to combat terrorism.
 
Program Highlights:
       1. Equipment: WESCAM Mx151 ISR package, one year warranty, BT-67 spare parts, maintenance tools, and communication
           equipment
       2. Training: 
               USG: Intel Mentorship and Liaison Mil to Mil, focused on ISR training, analysis, dissemination, human rights and Gender Based
               Violence Training
               Contractor Provided: Sensor maintenance and operations training
       3. Services:
               USG Military/Civilian: Active liaison program through SOFLE

Amount Request: $2.90M                                              POC: William Brabazon, USAFRICOM IKD/SC, william.brabazon@africom.mil




                                                                                                                                       UNCLASSIFIED
           Regional - Intelligence Capacity Building Courses                                                              UNCLASSIFIED


                     (FY10 TSCTP Title-22 PKO)
Requirements Overview: ($2.40M)                                     Cost Breakout by Activity:
•   Laptops & Classroom Tools for the Advanced Intel Course         •    Military Intelligence Basic Officer’s Course Africa (MIBOC-A) (1)
•   PN travel & Per diem to attend training                                – $800K (12 wk, Regional Course)
•   Contracted instructor & US Military Travel & Per-diem to        •    Military Intelligence Professionals Course (MIPC) (1)
    attend training                                                        – $500K (5 wk, Regional Course)
•   Partner Nations’ Cost to host nine nations                      •    Military Intelligence NCO Course (MINOC-A) (1)
                                                                           – $600K (9 wk, Regional Course)
                                                                    •    Critical Thinking and Structure Analysis for Partners (CTSA-P) (3)
                                                                           – $100K (1 wk, BILAT)
                                                                    •    Intelligence & Democracy Mobile Education Team (proposed) (2)
This program will support the following US Africa Command’s                – $100K (BILAT)
      Theater Strategic Objectives:                                 •    Foreign Partner Intelligence Analysis Training
•     TSO 1, SE 1.1, 1.2, 1.3 by disrupting AQN’s ability to               – $150K
      conduct attacks against U.S. interests, provide substantive
      support to VEOs and marginalize recruiting efforts.           Objectives:
•     TSO 2, 2.1, 2.4 by developing relationships and structures    •    Intelligence Capacity Building provides contracted Mobile
      with PNs to support the granting of access by U.S. to PN           Training Teams to continue teaching the Military Intelligence
      airspace.                                                          Courses for the PNs in the TSCTP.
•     TSO 3, 3.1, 3.3 by developing and emplacing a MI structure    •    This training provides the foundation for each PN to build a
      within the PNs that can assist in the development of rapid         cadre of professional intelligence officers and NCOs capable of
      information from remote locations back through                     supporting national and regional CT Ops decision making &
                                                                         provides opportunities to cultivate future relationships essential
                                                                         to regional MI and Ops coordination on CT actions.
•    POC: William Brabazon, USAFRICOM IKD/SC,                       •    This program supports OEF-TS/TSCTP by training skilled MI
     william.brabazon@africom.mil                                        professionals in the flight against AQIM. It is also the building
                                                                         block that supports AFRICOM’s training of professional military
                                                                         officers and NCOs.




                                                                                                                         UNCLASSIFIED
                           Regional Combat Medical Training                                                            UNCLASSIFIED


                             (FY10 TSCTP Title-22 PKO)
Program Overview:                                                  Objectives: 
•    Request Amount: $730K                                         •    Achieves DoD CONPLAN 7500 Priority Effects 1, 2, 4 and 5
•    Capability: CT forces capable of conducting basic             •    Addresses US Africa Commands #1 Theater Strategic Objective
     battlefield medical treatment and evacuation.                        – Defeat AQN in the AOR
•    This requirement will continue the train-the-trainer          •    Meets TSCTP goals of developing Partner Nation CT capabilities
     concept and improve the CT forces ability to save lives
                                                                   •    Executes OEF-TS lines of operation to:
     during combat operations, becoming a combat multiplier
                                                                          – Disrupt, degrade and defeat violent extremist
•    A series of training sessions that will provide instruction
                                                                                organizations
     in tactical field care, care under fire, and tactical
     evacuation                                                           – Enable partner nations to combat terrorism
•    This training will increase their confidence to conduct CT
     operations, without fear of unnecessary loss of life, limb
     or eyesight. It will also greatly increase the number of
     wounded soldiers returned to duty, keeping experienced
     soldiers in the fight against AQIM

Requirements:
•   Equipment: Medical training supplies and equipment
•   Training: Combat Lifesaver Training
•   Services: Trainers to teach, observe and instruct Partner
    Nation




                                                                                                                       UNCLASSIFIED
                       Senegal Data Management Program                                                                   UNCLASSIFIED


                          (FY10 TSCTP Title-22 PKO)
•    Country / Region Supported:  Senegal, Trans Sahara Africa
•    Urgent Threat / Emerging Need / Problem:  Al Qaida in the Land of the Islamic Maghreb (AQIM) is growing threat to our
    partner nations’ internal security and to U.S. interests in the region. AQIM activities in the Operations Enduring Freedom
    Trans-Sahara (OEF-TS) Joint Operational Area (JOA) include recruitment, training, fundraising and direct activities against US
    interests to include kidnapping and assassinations. Significant numbers of foreign fighters in Iraq and Afghanistan originate
    from this area and their subsequent return leads to a larger, battle-hardened force.
•    Type of Capacity Building (paragraph summary): To build PN’s capability to manage counter terrorism intelligence data.
    The DMS and software application tool is designed to manage personnel and technical security related information
    provided to or collected by security and counterterrorism organizations and elements at all levels of Defense. The DMS’s
    ability to organize, store and quickly access large volumes of data will aid the Defense policymakers, leadership and decision
    makers in the performance of their duties.
•    Program Highlights:
      1. Equipment:  Four computers, four scanners, software and associated hardware
      2. Training: 
               • USG: Site Exploitation Training, Document Archiving System Training, Human Rights and Gender Based
                  Violence
               • Contractor Provided: N/A
      3. Services:
               • USG Military/Civilian: Active liaison program through AFRICOM-IKD for training and support of Data Archiving
                  Software
               • Contractor Provided: Provide the procurement and support to DMS systems

•   Amount Request: $0.10M
•   POC: Mr. Warren Harris, AFRICOM IKD, warrant.harris@africom.mil




                                                                                                                        UNCLASSIFIED
                            UNCLASSIFIED




Operation Enduring Freedom –
       Trans Sahara (OEF-TS)


           FY11 Proposals




                            UNCLASSIFIED
                Burkina Faso – Border Security                                  UNCLASSIFIED



                 (FY11 TSCTP Title 22 PKO)
• Country / Region Supported: Burkina Faso, Trans Sahara Africa
• Urgent Threat / Emerging Need / Problem: AQIM is increasing their footprint and
capability posing an emerging threat to GOM. PN CT Forces are being built (trained and
equipped as a result of other Title 22 and 1206 / 1208 programs), and need to be trained
to effectively conduct operations against AQIM.
• Type of Capacity Building (paragraph summary): Will build the capacity of this partner
nation’s eligible forces to conduct CT operations by providing training and equipment to
build their capability to: set up new and reinforce existing security networks in the
Northern part of Burkina Faso along the Mali/Niger border.
• Program Highlights:
     1. Equipment: Mobility, communications, personal and unit equipment
     2. Training:
           • USG:
           • Contractor Provided:
• Title 22 Amount Request: TBD
• POC: LCDR Matthew Willer, USAFRICOM OEF-TS T&E, matthew.willer@africom.mil




                                                                                UNCLASSIFIED
                       Chad – CT Co T&E                                          UNCLASSIFIED



                   (FY11 TSCTP Title 22 PKO)
• Country / Region Supported: Chad, Trans Sahara Africa
• Urgent Threat / Emerging Need / Problem: AQIM is increasing their footprint and
capability posing an emerging threat to GOM. PN CT Forces are being built (trained and
equipped as a result of other Title 22 and 1206 / 1208 programs), and need to be
trained to effectively conduct operations against AQIM.
• Type of Capacity Building (paragraph summary): Provide the Chad military with a
fully trained and equipped Counterterrorism unit to be used to patrol the Chadian desert.
The unit would provide the Chad military with the capability to conduct national and
regional CT operations.
• Program Highlights:
      1. Equipment: Vehicles, Communications Gear, Field Equipment and Medical
          Equipment
      2. Training:
           • USG: Basic Soldier Skills, C2, Basic Unit Level Infantry Skills, Combat
               Lifesaver Training, Basic Vehicle Operations/Maintenance, Human Rights
           • Contractor Provided: Basic Vehicle Operations/Maint, HF Radio
               Ops/Maint
• Title 22 Amount Request: $2.71M
• POC: CDR Eric Stallworth, JSOTF, eric.stallworth@africom.mil

                                                                                 UNCLASSIFIED
         Mali – Air Force Capability Improvement                                  UNCLASSIFIED



               (FY11 TSCTP Title 22 PKO)
• Country / Region Supported: Mali, Trans Sahara Africa
• Urgent Threat / Emerging Need / Problem: AQIM is increasing their footprint and
capability posing an emerging threat to GOM. PN CT Forces are being built (trained and
equipped as a result of other Title 22 and 1206 / 1208 programs), and need to be trained
to effectively conduct operations against AQIM.
• Type of Capacity Building (paragraph summary): To provide the Malian military the
capability to sustain CT Forces in the Northern regions of Mali through airlift resupply.
Program includes pilot training, maintenance training, aircraft parts, aircraft fuels and
airdrop training/materials for support to the BT-67 airframe.
• Program Highlights:
     1. Equipment: Aircraft parts, fuel , and engine repair
     2. Training:
           • USG: Jump Masters & Riggers Training, Human Rights & Gender Based
               Violence
           • Contractor Provided: Pilot Training & Aircraft Maintenance Training
• Title 22 Amount Request: $2.35M
• POC: LCDR Matthew Willer, USAFRICOM OEF-TS T&E, matthew.willer@africom.mil



                                                                                 UNCLASSIFIED
                                                                               UNCLASSIFIED
      Mali – Camp Firhoun Training Support Facility
              (FY11 TSCTP Title 22 PKO)
• Country / Region Supported: Mali, Trans Sahara Africa
• Urgent Threat / Emerging Need / Problem: AQIM is increasing their footprint and
capability posing an emerging threat to GOM. PN CT Forces are being built (trained and
equipped as a result of other Title 22 and 1206 / 1208 programs), and need to be
trained to effectively conduct operations against AQIM.
• Type of Capacity Building (paragraph summary): Provides Mali a CT Training Center
for preparing CT forces to conduct CT operations. An existing support facility will be
enhanced and refurbished and eventually be a training site for Malian instructors.
• Program Highlights:
     1. Equipment: Facility upgrades – classrooms, dining facility, warehouse,
         operations building and a maintenance facility.
     2. Training:
          • Operator and Maintenance Training
• Title 22 Amount Request: $2.65M (US Funded)
• POC: LCDR Matthew Willer, USAFRICOM OEF-TS T&E, matthew.willer@africom.mil




                                                                               UNCLASSIFIED
                                                                               UNCLASSIFIED
     Mali / Mauritania – 150 Vehicle GPS Trackers
              (FY11 TSCTP Title 22 PKO)
• Country / Region Supported: Mali / Mauritania, Trans Sahara Africa
• Urgent Threat / Emerging Need / Problem: AQIM is increasing their footprint and
capability posing an emerging threat to GOM. PN CT Forces are being built (trained
and equipped as a result of other Title 22 and 1206 / 1208 programs), and need to be
trained to effectively conduct operations against AQIM.
• Type of Capacity Building (paragraph summary): Will enable these countries to
independently monitor and confirm the locations of their USG provided vehicles (for
CT and CT logistics companies). The trackers will improve unit accountability while
conducting operations in desert environment across large areas.
• Program Highlights:
     1. Equipment:  150 Vehicle GPS Trackers
     2. Training:
          • USG: Internet based training given to Government of Mali and
              Mauritania oversight personnel
• Title 22 Amount Request: $236K
• POC: Capt Sean Setter, USAFRICOM OEF-TS T&E, sean.setter@africom.mil




                                                                               UNCLASSIFIED
         Mauritania – Military Intelligence Program                                 UNCLASSIFIED



               (FY11 TSCTP Title 22 PKO)
• Country / Region Supported: Mauritania, Trans Sahara Africa
• Urgent Threat / Emerging Need / Problem: AQIM is increasing their footprint and
capability posing an emerging threat to GOM. PN CT Forces are being built (trained and
equipped as a result of other Title 22 and 1206 / 1208 programs), and need to be trained
to effectively conduct operations against AQIM.
• Type of Capacity Building (paragraph summary): The proposal will initiate a process to
provide the Mauritanian military with a fully trained and equipped MI capability. It will
address the gaps and shortfalls in the Mauritanian Military Intelligence structure, at the
National, Operational, and Tactical echelons of MI operations.
• Program Highlights:
     1. Equipment: Computer Equipment & Software, Communication Equipment.
     2. Training:
           • USG
           • Contractor Provided
• Title 22 Amount Request: $3.76M
• POC: Mr. William Brabazon, USAFRICOM IKD, william.brabazon@africom.mil



                                                                                   UNCLASSIFIED
                      Mauritania – Ouassa                                        UNCLASSIFIED



                   (FY11 TSCTP Title 22 PKO)
• Country / Region Supported: Mauritania, Trans Sahara Africa
• Urgent Threat / Emerging Need / Problem: AQIM is increasing their footprint and
capability posing an emerging threat to GOM. PN CT Forces are being built (trained and
equipped as a result of other Title 22 and 1206 / 1208 programs), and need to be trained
to effectively conduct operations against AQIM.
• Type of Capacity Building (paragraph summary): Funding will provide Mauritania with
the necessary infrastructure support for their Forward Operation Location (FOL) Ouassa.
FOL will be upgraded from a transient contingency outpost to a true FOL capable of
supporting sustained CT operations.
• Program Highlights:
     1. Equipment: Ablution Units, Sewage Tanks, Water Storage Unit
     2. Training:
           • USG: Human Rights and Gender Based Violence
• Title 22 Amount Request: $1.21M
• POC: Major Shawn Blodgett, SOCAFRICA, spencer.blodgett@africom.mil




                                                                                UNCLASSIFIED
                        Niger – CT Unit                                          UNCLASSIFIED



                   (FY11 TSCTP Title 22 PKO)
• Country / Region Supported: Niger, Trans Sahara Africa
• Urgent Threat / Emerging Need / Problem: AQIM is increasing their footprint and
capability posing an emerging threat to GOM. PN CT Forces are being built (trained and
equipped as a result of other Title 22 and 1206 / 1208 programs), and need to be trained
to effectively conduct operations against AQIM.
• Type of Capacity Building (paragraph summary): Will provide Niger a trained and
equipped Counter Terrorist force of approximately 150 personnel modeled around the
Table of Organization and Equipment of a US Army Light Infantry Company with ground
tactical vehicles and basic equipment to conduct operations in a desert environment
large areas.
• Program Highlights:
     1. Equipment: Vehicles, Ammunition and Medical Equipment
     2. Training:
           • USG: Human Rights & Gender Based Violence Training, Vehicle Operator
               and Maintenance Training, and First Aid Training
• Title 22 Amount Request: $1.93M
• POC: Capt Sean Setter, USAFRICOM OEF-TS T&E, sean.setter@africom.mil



                                                                                UNCLASSIFIED
                      Nigeria – CT Co Unit                                         UNCLASSIFIED



                   (FY11 TSCTP Title 22 PKO)
• Country / Region Supported: Nigeria, Trans Sahara Africa
• Urgent Threat / Emerging Need / Problem: AQIM is increasing their footprint and
capability posing an emerging threat to GOM. PN CT Forces are being built (trained and
equipped as a result of other Title 22 and 1206 / 1208 programs), and need to be
trained to effectively conduct operations against AQIM.
• Type of Capacity Building (paragraph summary): This proposal will provide embedded
training capacity and operational mobility capabilities within the newly established 72 nd
SF Battalion.
• Program Highlights:
     1. Equipment: Vehicles, Communication gear, Ammo and Medical Equipment
     2. Training:
          • USG: Combat Lifesaver Training, Basic Vehicle Operation/Maintenance,
              Human Rights Training
          • Contractor Provided: Basic Vehicle Operation/Maintenance, HF Radio
              Operation/Maintenance
• Title 22 Amount Request: $1.78M
• POC: Capt Sean Setter, USAFRICOM OEF-TS T&E, sean.setter@africom.mil



                                                                                  UNCLASSIFIED
                    Regional – C4I Training                                     UNCLASSIFIED



                  (FY11 TSCTP Title 22 PKO)
• Country / Region Supported: Mali, Mauritania, Nigeria, Trans Sahara Africa
• Urgent Threat / Emerging Need / Problem: AQIM is increasing their footprint and
capability posing an emerging threat to GOM. PN CT Forces are being built (trained and
equipped as a result of other Title 22 and 1206 / 1208 programs), and need to be
trained to effectively conduct operations against AQIM.
• Type of Capacity Building (paragraph summary): The Partner Nation C4 training
program is comprised of training engagements with three Partner Nations in FY11
designed to enhance a Partner Nations ability to conduct CT missions using their
communications equipment.
• Program Highlights:
     1. Equipment: Communication equipment
     2. Training:
          • Contractor Provided: will provide Partner Nations with foundational
              knowledge of C2 and security tactics, techniques, and procedures to
              operate communications equipment.
• Title 22 Amount Request: $1.0M
• POC: Mr. Chris Ingram, USAFRICOM OEF-TS T&E, chris.ingram@africom.mil



                                                                               UNCLASSIFIED
            Senegal – Security Management T&E                                      UNCLASSIFIED



                (FY11 TSCTP Title 22 PKO)
• Country / Region Supported: Senegal, Trans Sahara Africa
• Urgent Threat / Emerging Need / Problem: AQIM is increasing their footprint and
capability posing an emerging threat to GOM. PN CT Forces are being built (trained and
equipped as a result of other Title 22 and 1206 / 1208 programs), and need to be trained
to effectively conduct operations against AQIM.
• Type of Capacity Building (paragraph summary): Provides Senegal Direction for
Documentation Security the proper equipment and training to enhance their ability to
secure and protect their classified and sensitive information as well as potentially store
and process US classified information.
• Program Highlights:
     1. Equipment: Electronic Security Equipment
     2. Training:
           • USG: Two GS employees – security education and training DDSE staff
           • Contractor Provided: Two contractors – security implementation for DDSE.
• Title 22 Amount Request: $182K
• POC: LT Peter Baron, USAFRICOM IKD-SC, peter.baron@africom.mil




                                                                                   UNCLASSIFIED

				
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