Docstoc

mobilization_glenn

Document Sample
mobilization_glenn Powered By Docstoc
					                                                                UNCLASSIFIED




               DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY
                           DCS,G-3/5/7
                Director of Operations, Readiness and
                             Mobilization

                           DAMO-ODM

                 SARCA Professional Development
                         07 October 06




                                                    DAMO-ODM, G-3
                                                     COL Jim Glenn
                                              703-614-4919// DSN 224-4919
UNCLASSIFIED                             James.glenn@hqda-aoc.army.pentagon.mil
                                       Agenda
        ARMY G-3




   ODM Business
         Stats
         Mob Station Activity
         PGP
         Mob Footprint


   Army Campaign Plan, Decision Point 66: Overview
    •     66.1 Determine installation requirements for mobilization
    •     66.2 Mobilization Common Operating Picture
    •     66.3 Mobilization laws and policies
   Material Weakness: Mobilization Accountability
   Mobilization Common Operating Picture (MOBCOP)
   What’s Left
   Joint Mobilization Sites
                                  ODM Business
          ARMY G-3


   Processing of Mobilization Actions (Weekly)         (Operations)
   AMOPES                                              (Policy)
   Automation and Integration of Mobilization System   (DAMPS)
       DAMPS
       MDIS
       DARTS
       DAMPS-U
   ANALYSIS / TASKERS “QUESTION OF THE DAY”            (Collaborative)
   Managing the Force/Stress on the Force              (Policy)
   Army Campaign Plan: DP 66                           (Collaborative)
       66.1 Mob Infrastructure                         (FORSCOM)
       66.2 Improve Mob processes                      (G3 ODM)
       66.3 Law/Policy                                 (ASA M&RA)
   Mobilization Common Operating Picture (MOBCOP)      (G3 ODM)
   Joint Pre-deployment / Mobilization Sites           (G3 ODM)
   ARMY G-3

                 As of 251921SEP06




 MOBCAP                              168,003
 Authorized for Mobilization          86836
 Authorized for OEF/OIF                73223
 Authorized for ONE/KFOR/Other         13613
 Projected in next 6 months              82K
 Packets built in DAMPS since FY06     12043
                ARMY G-3
                              Mob Station Load (11 Sep 2001 to 1 Aug 2006)

                                                                             As of 1 Aug 2006
54000
51000
48000                                                                                                                                                                   REFRAD
45000
                                                                                                                                                                        MOB
42000
39000
36000
33000
30000
27000
24000
21000
18000
15000
12000
 9000
 6000
  3000
     0      AP G     A TB R     B ELV    B EN N     BRAG       BUCH   CAMP    DIX       DRUM       EU S T   GOR D   JACK   K N OX   LEE    M C OY     MCP H    M EA D    RUCK     S H EL   S TEW

R EFR A D   16 4 9   17 0 9 2   899      18 0 0 7   28726      4205   6850   3 8 8 10   14 0 16    4680      19 6   2020   4 13 6   2201   2 3 0 12    947       51      12 6 6   5572     2 15 9 9

M OB        17 8 0   25294      12 2 6   20307      3 13 2 1   4305   8957   53433      13 7 8 7   4831      9 17   2588   6545     2369   27077      10 0 3    58       16 11    26896    27305
                   Force Generation Platforms                                                            96
                                                                              PROJ Date: 20 JUL 06
                                     Lead: FORSCOM
    Narrative Description            Assist: 1stArmy, DARNG, OCAR, IMA                   Issues / Obstacles
The Force Generation Platform concept consists of Power                        • USARC supports FGP concept…
Projection and Support Platforms (PPP, PSP) and Power                          recommends addition of western PGP
                                                                               site: Ft Hunter-Liggett/Cp Roberts
Generation Platforms (PGP). Determine the optimum number and
location of PGPs required for continuous force generation,                     • ARNG supports FGP concept…
deployment conflict reduction and simultaneous deployment and                  recommends addition of western PGP
                                                                               site: Ft Hunter-Liggett/Cp Roberts
training operations.
                                                                               • ORTC Resynch
Scope: Major Tasks / Elements
                                                                               • Develop Joint MOB Center Concept
-Identify the optimum number and location of PGPs in order to:
  - Optimize deployment and training options ISO ARFORGEN                         Decision Forum(s) / Way Ahead
  - Identify multi-purpose AC locations to support unique deployment
   and training requirements (STRYKER, MiTT, FCS)                              •VCSA ACP DP 96 Brief: 20 JUL 06
  - Identify RC locations that fulfill ARFORGEN deployment and training        •Approval + 30days, FC submits detailed
                                                                               recommendations to DA
   requirements
                                                                               •Fall ’06: Implement FGP Concept at
  - Minimize RC competition with deploying and training AC units               Oct 06 ARFORGEN Synch Conference
  - Synchronize with BRAC, IGPBS, and Re-Stationing plans and directives
                                                                               •Spring ’07: Review Lessons Learned and
  - Provide the capability for storage and maintenance of RC equipment sets    send recommendations to DA
  - Leverage resource investments while synchronizing AC/RC deployment         •Fall ’07: Full implementation at 09-11
                                                                               ARFORGEN Synch Conference
   & training operations.
-Synchronize FGP usage at ARFORGEN Synch Conference
  - DP 66: Uses ARFORGEN MOB Infrastructure Estimator (AMIE) Program

                            Proceed as written           Proceed IAW guidance received                        Adjust
                   Force Generation Platform
          ARMY G-3
                           Concept
     Power Projection                 Power Support                    Power Generation
     Platforms (PPP)                  Platforms (PSP)                   Platforms (PGP)
                                 •   AC or Federalized           •   AC/RC Installations
•   Installations that
                                 SOMS that strategically         providing continuous Force
strategically deploy 1 or more   deploy individuals from all     Generation, Deployment and
high priority AC Bdes+; and/or   services, the civilian force,   Training Operations for AC/RC
M/T/D high priority RC Bdes      and RC units                    units

                                  - Mob/Deploy RC CS/CSS Units   - Project RC Combat Power
- Project AC BCTs & Spt Units
                                  - Project AC CS/CSS Units        (BCTs, SBs, FBs, CS/CSS Units)
- Mob/Deploy RC Bdes                                             - RC/AC Deconfliction
                                  - Host AT Support
- Host AT Support                                                - Accommodate Equipment Sets
                                                                 - Host AT Support

                                                                         Increases
                          In Place Now
                                                                          Options


       Capability to Train, Mob and Deploy the force,
    simultaneously, through-out the ARFORGEN Process

                                    FORSCOM-ACP Brief, 20 July
                                            2006
                                    Force Generation
           ARMY G-3
                                    Platform Concept
    Ft Lewis
    (Stryker)



                      Gowen Field                                                                                       Ft Drum
                                                                              Ft McCoy

                                                                                                                              Ft.
                                                                                                                        Germany Dix
                                                                                    CP Atterbury
                                                                                    (IBCT/Urban)                                  Cluster
                                                             Ft Riley                                                             (CS/CSS)
                                                             (MiTT/IBCT)                                   Ft AP Hill
                                    Ft Carson
                                                                Ft Leonard Wood      Ft Knox       Ft Lee (CSS)
                                                                                                                  Ft Eustis
                                                                                  Ft Campbell             Ft Pickett
     Hunter-Liggett / Roberts
                                                                                                             Ft Bragg
                                                   Ft Sill
                                                                                              Ft Gordon                           USAREUR
                                                                                         Ft Benning
                                      Ft Bliss
                                      (FCS/HBCT)                               CP Shelby           Ft Stewart
                                                                    Ft Polk    (HBCT)
                                                  Ft Hood
           USARPAC                                 Ft Sam Houston


  Hawaii
                      Alaska
                                                                                                                              Ft Buchanan, PR
PGP (6)         Joint
PPP (10)        OCONUS PPP                                                         23 FORCE GENERATION PLATFORMS
PSP (7)         OCONUS MS

                                            FORSCOM-ACP Brief, 20 July
                                                    2006
               Adapt & Improve the Army Mob/Demob System
             ARMY G-3
                                                                                                     6
                                           ISO ARFORGEN                                              6
       Lead: G33 ODM                                         PROJ Date: 20 JUL 06
      Assist: ASA(M&RA), FORSCOM, G1, AR, NGB, G35 SSW, G37 FM, OCPA
     Narrative Description                                         Issues / Obstacles

  Develop/implement tools that facilitate predictive and efficient   • 66.1 None
  mobilization processes. Define, craft and implement policies
  and statutes ISO ARFORGEN.                                         • 66.2 Sustained funding FY07
                                                                     • 66.3 See follow-on
  Scope: Major Tasks / Elements
  DP 66.1 – FORSCOM lead: G3, ASA (MR&A) assist. Determine
  installation requirements for mobilization. Develop Mob
  infrastructure model to ID Mob Infrastructure (facilities &
  manpower) rqmts to support steady state Mob and surge capacity.
  DP 66.2 – G3 Lead, FORSCOM ,G6, ASA (MR&A), assist. Provide the
  requirements for and implementation of interoperable automation
  systems to provide a Mobilization Common Operating Picture so
  that Mob data speaks in one voice.
  DP 66.3 – ASA (MR&A) lead: G3, FORSCOM, assist. Evaluate
  current mobilization laws and policies (including individual
  mobilization) and recommend changes that facilitate the
  implementation of ARFORGEN.
-          Current Status
 • 30 JUL PRC FY 07 Legislative Proposal Submitted
 • JUL 06 Interim COP available
 • 15 AUG 06 G3 & FORSCOM Initial COP Data Integration Complete
               Adapt & Improve the Army Mob/Demob System
             ARMY G-3
                                                                                                     6
                                           ISO ARFORGEN                                              6
       Lead: G33 ODM                                         PROJ Date: 20 JUL 06
      Assist: ASA(M&RA), FORSCOM, G1, AR, NGB, G35 SSW, G37 FM, OCPA
     Narrative Description                                         Issues / Obstacles

  Develop/implement tools that facilitate predictive and efficient   • 66.1 None
  mobilization processes. Define, craft and implement policies
  and statutes ISO ARFORGEN.                                         • 66.2 Sustained funding FY07
                                                                     • 66.3 See follow-on
  Scope: Major Tasks / Elements
  DP 66.1 – FORSCOM lead: G3, ASA (MR&A) assist. Determine
  installation requirements for mobilization. Develop Mob
  infrastructure model to ID Mob Infrastructure (facilities &
  manpower) rqmts to support steady state Mob and surge capacity.
  DP 66.2 – G3 Lead, FORSCOM ,G6, ASA (MR&A), assist. Provide the
  requirements for and implementation of interoperable automation
  systems to provide a Mobilization Common Operating Picture so
  that Mob data speaks in one voice.
  DP 66.3 – ASA (MR&A) lead: G3, FORSCOM, assist. Evaluate
  current mobilization laws and policies (including individual
  mobilization) and recommend changes that facilitate the                          NDAA
  implementation of ARFORGEN.                                                       07
-          Current Status
 • 30 JUL PRC FY 07 Legislative Proposal Submitted
 • JUL 06 Interim COP available
 • 15 AUG 06 G3 & FORSCOM Initial COP Data Integration Complete
               Adapt & Improve the Army Mob/Demob System
             ARMY G-3
                                                                                                     6
                                           ISO ARFORGEN                                              6
       Lead: G33 ODM                                         PROJ Date: 20 JUL 06
      Assist: ASA(M&RA), FORSCOM, G1, AR, NGB, G35 SSW, G37 FM, OCPA
     Narrative Description                                         Issues / Obstacles

  Develop/implement tools that facilitate predictive and efficient   • 66.1 None
  mobilization processes. Define, craft and implement policies
  and statutes ISO ARFORGEN.                                         • 66.2 Sustained funding FY07
                                                                     • 66.3 See follow-on
  Scope: Major Tasks / Elements
  DP 66.1 – FORSCOM lead: G3, ASA (MR&A) assist. Determine
  installation requirements for mobilization. Develop Mob
  infrastructure model to ID Mob Infrastructure (facilities &
  manpower) rqmts to support steady state Mob and surge capacity.
  DP 66.2 – G3 Lead, FORSCOM ,G6, ASA (MR&A), assist. Provide the
  requirements for and implementation of interoperable automation
  systems to provide a Mobilization Common Operating Picture so
  that Mob data speaks in one voice.
  DP 66.3 – ASA (MR&A) lead: G3, FORSCOM, assist. Evaluate
  current mobilization laws and policies (including individual
  mobilization) and recommend changes that facilitate the
  implementation of ARFORGEN.
-          Current Status
 • 30 JUL PRC FY 07 Legislative Proposal Submitted
 • JUL 06 Interim COP available
 • 15 AUG 06 G3 & FORSCOM Initial COP Data Integration Complete
               Adapt & Improve the Army Mob/Demob System
             ARMY G-3
                                                                                                     6
                                           ISO ARFORGEN                                              6
       Lead: G33 ODM                                         PROJ Date: 20 JUL 06
      Assist: ASA(M&RA), FORSCOM, G1, AR, NGB, G35 SSW, G37 FM, OCPA
     Narrative Description                                         Issues / Obstacles

  Develop/implement tools that facilitate predictive and efficient   • 66.1 None
  mobilization processes. Define, craft and implement policies
  and statutes ISO ARFORGEN.                                         • 66.2 Sustained funding FY07
                                                                     • 66.3 See follow-on
  Scope: Major Tasks / Elements
  DP 66.1 – FORSCOM lead: G3, ASA (MR&A) assist. Determine
  installation requirements for mobilization. Develop Mob
  infrastructure model to ID Mob Infrastructure (facilities &                        AMIE
                                                                                   (ARFORGEN
  manpower) rqmts to support steady state Mob and surge capacity.
                                                                                    Mobilization
  DP 66.2 – G3 Lead, FORSCOM ,G6, ASA (MR&A), assist. Provide the                  Infrastructure
  requirements for and implementation of interoperable automation                    Estimator)
  systems to provide a Mobilization Common Operating Picture so
  that Mob data speaks in one voice.
  DP 66.3 – ASA (MR&A) lead: G3, FORSCOM, assist. Evaluate
  current mobilization laws and policies (including individual
  mobilization) and recommend changes that facilitate the
  implementation of ARFORGEN.
-          Current Status
 • 30 JUL PRC FY 07 Legislative Proposal Submitted
 • JUL 06 Interim COP available
 • 15 AUG 06 G3 & FORSCOM Initial COP Data Integration Complete
             AUTOMATION / INTEGRATION OBJECTIVES
         ARMY G-3



    ACP DP 66.2 HQDA DAMO OD is centric to Coordination of all Mobilization
    Processes. Process and integration efforts support ARFORGEN and
    transformation via systems integration with HQDA-G3 C2 applications.
    Concurrent efforts:
   Resolution of material weakness: G3/G1 systems integration; training and
    implementation; analysis of reconciled data; validation of resolution by AAA
   Development of a Mobilization Common Operating Picture (MOBCOP):
    •   Define requirements across Army organizations (HQDA, FORSCOM, 1A,
        USARC, NGB)
    •   Identify repositories of authoritative data (DAMPS, ITAP, DARTS, DFAS,
        ASORTS, etc.)
    •   Develop tools to lay over integrated data
    •   DAMO-OD: Proponent for DAMPS, MDIS, DARTS
   Streamline Mobilization Process:
    •   Streamline business rules
    •   Evolve workflow applications to eliminate manual process at lower echelons
            ARMY G-3
                              Mobilization Applications

 WHERE WE WERE POST 9/11                                       WHERE WE ARE TODAY
Average of 120 mobilization actions per month          Average of 850 of mobilization actions per month
~3 weeks from generation of mobilization request to    ~1 week from generation of mobilization request to
     publication of DA mobilization order                   publication of DA mobilization order
All data hand entered into stove piped, access         DAMPS and DAMPS-U web based and integrated
      database (poor data integrity, no connectivity       with other Army systems including MDIS, ITAP,
      to other databases, no visibility outside AOC)       ASORTS
No visibility on status of mobilization request        Real time visibility of mobilization requests from
      outside of the AOC until HQDA Order                    initiation to approval and archive; visible to all
      published                                              with permissions; liberal permissions policies
HQDA and CONUSA Orders hand-typed into                 Orders generated by drawing data from the approved
    WORD document causing errors in the order               request with minimal manual input at the front
    itself and inconsistent archiving of data after         end of the process and fields populated by
    the publication of orders                               authoritative db’s where applicable
Lag-time between generation of HQDA, CONUSA            Data passed from HQDA to 1A within minutes,
      and Individual orders. Significant manpower           CONUSA orders cut and data passed to
      and time required to produce hand-typed               individual orders systems within hours of the
      orders at both HQDA and CONUSA                        publication of the DA mob order
1st Army and 5th Army orders and processes not         CONUSA processes standardized and streamlined
      standardized                                        via work flow automation and consolidation of
                                                          mob mission at 1st Army
            ARMY G-3        Mobilization Applications

 WHERE WE WERE POST 9/11                               WHERE WE ARE TODAY

16 mobilized reservists at ~150K per year       9 mobilized reservists at ~150K per year processing
     processing mobilization actions at HQDA         mobilization actions at HQDA
8 action officers at 1st Army and 5th Army to   2 action officers at 1st Army to generate all CONUSA
      generate all CONUSA mob orders                  mob orders

Bottom-line: slow, inefficient, not visible,    Bottom-line: Systems have paid for
    costly, many amendments                         themselves and enabled Army to meet
                                                    surge of requests- sheer numbers
                                                    would otherwise have dictated an
                                                    increase in AOs, vice draw down
        ARMY G-3            Material Weakness

Material Weakness: Reserve Component (RC) Mobilization Accountability
must provide better integrated management controls for tracking RC
personnel in the “mobilization pipeline”

Available automated management tools lack synchronization/integration. Particular
concern must be placed on tracking RC personnel:

 From Home Station through the Mobilization Station

 Into the Theater of Operations

 Through Deployment

 During Redeployment

 During De-mobilization/Release from Active Duty (REFRAD)
        ARMY G-3          Objectives of Resolution


Gains of resolving weakness: Visibility and Reconciliation

The Army must develop the ability to reconcile mobilization authorizations with
actual individual mobilizations to:

 Provide visibility of individual remobilizations and effects on unit readiness during
the sourcing process

 Provide data to other organizations in order to allow those organizations to
reconcile mobilized soldier data in other systems such as: Mobilization and
Deployment Tracking Information System (MDIS), Defense Finance and Accounting
System (DFAS), Electronic Military Personnel Office (eMILPO), Deployment and
Reconstitution Tracking Software (DARTS), Defense Manpower Data Center
(DMDC), Deployed Theater Accounting Software (DTAS), Soldier Financial
Readiness Visibility System (SFRVS) and others
          ARMY G-3     SSN / UIC Reconciliation

SIPRNET                                                 NIPRNET

     Starts Here
                                      CONUSA           DAMPSD
       DAMPS
                          HAG         ORDER              ATA
       ORDER
                                      MODULE            STORE


     DAMPS SSN / UIC
     RECONCILIATION
        MODULE
                             G-3
                             G-1
                                       AORS (HRC)

              ITAP
                                             AFCOS (NGB)
              DATA        ITAP
             STORE
                                                    RLAS (USARC)
    ARMY G-3   Mobilization Common Operating Picture

   The ―Mobilization Common Operating Picture‖ (MOBCOP) is the natural
    next step in utilizing the products of the SSN/UIC lash-up
   Objectives:
    •   Enable organizations within the Army to provide the same answer to
        common questions from the Senior Army Leadership
    •   Prevent these organizations from providing conflicting answers by
        ensuring a shared, synchronized data store, over which user-friendly
        tools will be laid in a web based environment
    •   Enable a comprehensive information ―drill down‖ into units previously
        unavailable
   Will reside on SIPRNET in a web-based application as a ―dashboard‖
         Partial list of MOBCOP Tools:
                   Daily Mob Slide Drill Down
                   Sourcing Tool
                   By State Report
                   Mob Planning
                   Why MOBCOP?
       ARMY G-3


                      FSCM       Who is right?
                                 We all are!

              GO
                                       GO

                     An Army
    DA                Answer             NGB




                       GO        GO

OSD/J staff          USARC
 question
        ARMY G-3


                                What is next?


             MOB COP = many customers, similar answer




customer      customer customer customer   customer   customer    customer




AFCOS          AORS     RLAS      ITAP      DAMPS          DFAS   ASORTS
                      MOBILIZATION SYSTEM INTEGRATION

RLAS                                                      LIDB
                               DRRS DOD
                                                WAMS
                     DTAS             AUTODIN            WEB
                              DFAS
AORS                                                    TAADS
                                                                       ECOP
                                                           PBUS
   AFCOS                                        SADL


ITAP
        I
        D
                        DAMPS-U                            TFT
            Submit




       DARTS                             MDIS
                                                         FRED    GTN
                                                       JOINT
                                                TAG                 JOPES
                            MOBCOP
                                     ASORTS                GSORTS
 DAMPS
                  PACKET PROGRESSION COTTAD
       ARMY G-3




EMAIL/FAX                           JAG


              H                   USARC/NGB
              Q                               ODM      OD    HRC-A
PACKETS
RECIEVED      D                   CURRENT       APPROVER    ORDERS
                                                             CUT
                                    OPS
              A
                              FUNCTIONAL
                               REVIEWER
 DAMPS
                       STAFFING
                       PROCESS
            PACKET PROGRESSION IRR/IMA MOB
       ARMY G-3




                                  JAG
EMAIL/FAX         H                          APPROVER
                                              Mission

 PACKETS          Q         USARC/NGB        Validation

 RECIEVED
                  D              CURRENT
                                              ODM
                                                           IRR go to
                                   OPS
                  A                           OD
                                                              G-1
                            FUNCTIONAL
                             REVIEWER
                      STAFFING
                      PROCESS




                                   HRC-STL
                                                          ASA for final
                                                           Approval
                   PACKET PROGRESSION EXORD
        ARMY G-3


                                    JAG                         USARC/NGB
EMAIL/FAX        H
                                                   APPROVER
 PACKETS         Q            USARC/NGB
 RECIEVED
                 D                 CURRENT
                                                     ODM
                                                                FORSCOM
                                     OPS
                 A                                   OD          Becomes
                              FUNCTIONAL                         Alert/MOB
                               REVIEWER
                        STAFFING
                        PROCESS
       DA
      ORDER
                                             ODM
                                                                     H
                         ASA for final
                          Approval                        JAG        Q
      1st ARMY                               OD                      D
                                                                     A
RRC              JFHQ
                                                                STAFFING
                                                                PROCESS
ARMY G-3




            Where are We ?

              What's Left?

    Challenge to address the Long War
          and the policy and law
     ARMY G-3



            BCT Usage Analysis / ARNG


BCT fully available   1 Battalion used   2 or more Battalions used
                                  CY 2001 Utilization: Or in the
             ARMY G-3
                                         beginning…
                                                                                                              Additional
      Mission           Requirement                             Tasked
                                                                                                              Personnel
                       6 - BNs             1-167 IN BN     1-118 IN BN     1-148 IN BN
 Noble Eagle                               2-142D IN BN    1-115 IN BN     1-149 IN BN                            395

                       5 – BNs             1-155 IN BN    143D SPT BN     241 MI CO
 Balkans               1 - Co              1-121 IN BN    148 SPT BN      2-121 IN BN                             732


 OIF

 OEF (Afghan)

                       1 - BNs             2-153D IN BN
 OEF Other                                                                                                        382


 ODS                                                                                                              224



CY01 Brigade Usage (equivalence) – 3 1/3 BDEs                                                 Cumulative Usage: 3 1/3 BDEs


 26     27     2/28   55/28   56/28   29   30      32      33      1/34     2/34    56/36       72/36   37      39      40    41



 45     48      50      53       58   76   81      86      92      116      116         149     155     207     218     256   278
                                            Total Utilization: or is
              ARMY G-3
                                              that all we have?
                 BDE                IN            AR/CAV        FA          EN          SPT             SEP
                                                                                                                 TOTAL
                 HHC                BN              BN          BN          BN          BN              CO
       2001                         10                                                    2              1           13

       2002           3             17              10          4            2            1              1           38

       2003           3             11              2           8            2            3              2           31

       2004           5                 9           6           4                         2              2           28

       2005           5                 6           4           2            1            3              3           24

       2006           1                 2                                                                1           4

      TOTAL           17            55              22          18           5            11            10           136


CY01 Brigade Usage (equivalence) – 3 1/3 BDEs                                                     Cumulative Usage: 39 BDEs

 26      27    2/28       55/28   56/28      29     30     32    33   1/34       2/34   56/36   72/36    37    39        40    41



 45      48    50          53      58        76     81     86    92   116        116    149     155      207   218       256   278
ARMY G-3




  Are we under any stress?
          Assigned Strength
+2,155    ARNG     334,388                      “Out of Schlitz”
 -891     USAR     187,732
+1,264           = 522,120
                                                                                         ARNG/
                                                       COMPO              AC        %    USAR          %
-1,237            AGR Deployed (4,778)

-31,484
                                                        TOTAL            488.9           522.1
                 Current Mob (76,185)
                 (Includes IMA)                       OP FORCE           329.6      67   369.5         71    --

+28,535         Previous Mob (185,495)                                                                      -2%
                                                    INSTITUTIONAL        99.0       20   69.0          13
  ----       AGR Recruit/Retain (2,644)               TTHS (LIKE)        60.3       12   83.6          16   +2%
             (USAR Only)

+7,513           Non-Available (65,434)

+1,555          Non-Participant (18,168)                            What’s Left 91,689          +180

-4,103      TBS/JTFHQ/TDA/IMA (61,567)                                   5%

 +485           What’s Left Sub-Total 107,849                       2%    1%

 +305            Specialty Skills (16,160)                                    2%

 +180           What’s Left Sub-Total 91,689
                                                                                                 O4-6
                                                                                                 O1-3
                                                                                   25%
                                                                                                 WO1-5
                                                                                                 E8-9
                                                                                                 E5-7
                                                     65%
                                                                                                 E1-4


                                                              Alerted for OIF/OEF 06-08: ~ 38K
                                           OSD-Mandated Volunteer Policy
                                   Donor Unit   Stresses the Force Deploying Unit
Training and Personnel Readiness




                                                                     DEGRADES




                                                                                                                     Personnel Readiness
                                   Minus volunteers     •   Readiness of donor units
                                                                                                   Plus volunteers
                                                        •   Units’ collective training readiness
                                                        •   Cohesion of deploying unit
                                                        •   Readiness of deploying unit



                                   ―Broken‖ Unit                                                   Non-Cohesive
                                                                                                       Unit




                                                      DoDD 1235.10: volunteerism should
                                                      not degrade readiness of donor unit
                                 ARNG Mobilization Examples
 • The ARNG has mobilized 242K since 9/11
 • Each subsequent mobilization since 9/11 has required more                    = BCT HQ                            1- 34th BCT
 cross-leveling between units and states                                                                    2534

 • Individual sourcing produces units with cohesion, training,
 and readiness challenges to overcome after mobilization
                                                                                                              619                                117
 • Reassigning Soldiers reduces donor unit’s readiness and                                       305
 ability to prepare for future GWOT missions
                                                                              18
 • ARNG units have been resourced at P3/C3 for decades, but                                            17                      77
 expected to be P1 when deployed
 • Many units deployed to do other than their MTOE mission—
 ―in lieu of‖ missions create huge training requirements
 • Difficult to support families across so many states; families           229 IRR           UNIT             MISSION          DATES           PAX
 cannot participate in unit events as a group (for example,                PAX               34TH DIV(-)      SFOR 14
 where is the Welcome Home celebration?)                                                                      KFOR 5B          SEP 03-MAR 04   1092
                                                                           Requests          1-133 IN         MFO-Sinai        AUG 2003        366
                                                                                             1-133 IN         Southern Watch   SEP 2000        102
   = Volunteer
                                                      36th CAB                               1-125 FA BN
                                                                                             2-136 IN BN
                                                                                                              USAF FP
                                                                                                              SFOR-14
                                                                                                                               AUG 2003
                                                                                                                               SEP 03-MAR 04
                                                                                                                                               220
                                                                                                                                               330
   = Subordinate unit or plug
                                                                                             2-136 IN BN      KFOR 5B          SEP 03-MAR 04   99
                      = Battalion/Bde HQ                                                     1-167 CAV        Southern Watch   MAY-OCT 2001    165
                                                                                             1-167 CAV        SFOR 13          FEB-SEP 2003    330
                                                       VT -2                                 1-167 CAV        OIF 05-07        MAY 05-MAY 06   63
       1

                                 76
                                                                           756th Transportation Company – CAARNG
                                                                           • Mobilized: 26 Jul 05
                3                                      6                   • Mobilization Requirement: 170
                          97      43                                   1
                                            1
                                                 39               MA -1    • 7 available to mobilize, 163 had to be
           35
                    312    242                                 CT -1       cross-leveled into unit
                                      35         2
  16
                                                                           • Soldiers came from 65 units and 49 locations
                                      159                                  • Issues: - over 100 Soldiers needed additional MOSQ training
                                            35 323                                   - leaders new to unit
                          1146                                                       - cohesion, team integration challenges
339 IRR PAX                                                                • Major cross-leveling within California since February 2003; this is
                                                       22
Requests                                                                   becoming a typical example
                                                           X

                                                  1                34                                           Composition of 1/34th
                                                                                                                 BCT for OIF 06-08
     2-136 IN            1-133 IN           1-167 RSTA         1-125 FA             1-34 BTB               134th BSB            MN 2534 Soldiers
           946 pax              813 pax           458 pax               694 pax               462 pax            439 pax
                                                                                                                                            Bde HQ
                                                                                        BTB                    BSB
                                                                                                                                            2-136 IN BN
  HHC       232 pax                                                     1-125       1 HHC 34              HHC HHC 134
                       HHC      214 paxHHT        135 pax HHB                                                                               1-125 FA BN
                                                                         123 pax                                     82 pax
                                                                                                158 pax

     A     2-136        C       2-135       C      5-117       B        1-125           HHC 1-34           A         134                    134th CS BN
            135 pax              79 pax               75 pax             115 pax                                     179 pax
                                                                                               173 pax

                                            B                                       B         1-34         B         134                    1/34th BSB
     B      2-136
            135 pax
                        B       1-133             1-167        B        1-161
                                                                                                                      100 pax
                                 131 pax              70 pax             115 pax               59 pax
                                                                                                                                IA 619 Soldiers
     C      2-136                           D                                       A    MI    1-34        C         134
                        C       1-133              134         A        2-123
              63 pax             131 pax                                                                             78 pax
                                                      80 pax             103 pax                72 pax                                      1-133 IN BN
     C      1-194                                              B        2-123
            63 pax
                        A       2-135       D FSC 134 BSB                103 pax
                                  131 pax             98 pax
     E     1-194                                               G FSC 134 BSB
              79 pax    F FSC 134 BSB                                     135 pax                                               NE 305 Soldiers
                                  127 pax
     E FSC 134 BSB                                                                                                              1-167 RSTA (HHT, B, C)
              239 pax

                                                                                                                                       1-134th LRS DET
                                                                                                                                NJ 117 Soldiers
                                                                                                                                     C/5-117 RSTA
     *IRR TRAP
                                                                                                                                     FSC (-)
   MOS                  QTY
                                                                                                                                KY   77 Soldiers
  11B                   169
                                                                                                                                2-123 AR (A & B)
  88M                    20
                                                                                                                                UT   18 Soldiers
                                             Bar to involuntary re-
  91W                    20                                                                                                                 221st MI CO
                                            mobilization compelled
  11A (2LT)                 6               greater cross-leveling                                                              KS     117 Soldiers
                                               and IRR reliance
                                                                                                                                            B/1-161 FA BN
  11A (1LT)              14 *IRR’s also used to account for attrition and REFRAD’s
As of 15 FEB 2006
                                           USAR Mobilization Examples
• The Army Reserve has mobilized 169K since 9/11
• Gets harder over time to cobble together units: USAR has                               335 Signal Cmd Reassignments
reassigned 62% of Soldiers from non-deploying units into                                 Army Reserve Reassignments
deploying units for the last two rotations, compared to 6% in FY02                       IRRs (not depicted)                                              1
                                                                                                                                1
and 39% in FY03                                                                                                                         1
• Nearly 2/3 of available Soldiers are in grades of E1-E4, but 2/3 of                                                                                     1
                                                                                                                        1                       1
current mobilization requirements are for grades E5 and above
                                                                                                                                    1                         1
• USAR now relies almost entirely on volunteers to lead these Soldiers                                    1
                                                                                   5                                                        2
because most senior enlisted (E6 and up) and officers (O3-O5) have                                             5                                                  7
already been mobilized in order to provide leaders for other missions
                                                                                                                                                     28
• We must repeatedly ask our senior Soldiers to volunteer—in the long                                 1
war, the current level of volunteerism may not be sustainable to meet                                                                   2       41
COCOM requirements for 07-09                                                                                                7
                                                                                                                8
• Few leaders left in units to train new soldiers, prepare for next mission      Guam             2                                                   1
                                                                                 Hawaii          23
890th Transportation Company (OIF 05-07)                                         Puerto Rico      8
                                                       1 - MA
         2                                                                               324th Signal Battalion (OIF 06-08)
                                                                              • Due to previous mobilizations of individuals, only 196 of 353
                                          7    30                               available (55%); No field grade officers available, only 3 of 6 E8/E9’s
                                                       8                      • 69 TPU Soldiers came from within RRC
                                                                              • 67 TPU Soldiers from USARC (36 units from 18 commands)
                                                           11
             1                                      7 30
                                                                              • 87 IRR fills
     1                                                     2                  • Family readiness and support across the entire country is a high
                                                                                hurdle to overcome

                         1                                      1
                                                                                 The Army Reserve is rapidly reaching a
                                  2           7
 Sources of Personnel                                                           steady state wherein its annual rotational
  53 - Available Soldiers in unit                                              contribution will be limited to approximately
  90 - 88th RRC Reassignments
  19 - Army Reserve Reassignments                                               25,000 Skill level 1 and 2 Soldiers (E1-E4 )
   6 - IRR (not depicted above)                                1 - NJ
 168
                                                                                  and a limited number of senior leader
         Difficult to support families across so many states;
         families cannot participate in unit events as a group (for                             volunteers
         example, where is the Welcome Home celebration?)
           ARMY G-3

                           Active Component Stress

     • 51 % of current Active Force has deployed (252 of 492K)*
          – Additional 86k have deployed and left the Army
        – 11% deployed 2 or more rotations
     • Dwell average is 450 days
        – Ratio 1 : 1.25 (Not pure dwell)
        – Goal 1 : 2
     • OIF / OEF 04-06 Reserve BCT spike to allow Modularity
     • For previously deployed BCTs; approx 40% + of Soldiers are
       returning combat veterans
     • Increased Leader OPTEMPO in support of Training Teams

     *Must have deployed for 90 days + to count




UNCLASSIFIED
  ARMY G-3
                      SUMMARY

 HQDA Mobilization   Business

 Statistics

 Army Campaign Plan, DP 66

 Automations/ Why

 What’s left

 Flow
ARMY G-3




                         Joe




           How about a couple of questions?
                                                     Unclassified



           DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY
                             G-3
                        Operations,
                 Readiness and Mobilization
                        DAMO-ODM
                          Backup




                               LTC Bill Ford, Operations Branch Chief
                               DAMO-ODM, G-3
                               703-693-7217
               27 SEP 2006     William.ford@hqda-aoc.army.pentagon.mil
Unclassified
                      Joint Pre-deployment / Mobilization Sites
       ARMY G-3




FLWA
2010




                                                                    FDNJ
                                                                    2007



                                                                  FBNC
                                                                  2008
                   FBTX
                   2008


                   Joint Pre-
                  deploy/Mob
                   Stations.
                                  Example: Fort Dix
                                  Soon: JMS Dix-McQuire-Lakehurst

On-post training - 14,177 acres
Cantonment - 2,756 acres
Range & impact - 13,765 acres
Total acres - 30,698 acres
                   AGENDA
    ARMY G-3




•   Staffing
•   Contact Information
•   Operations
•   Packet Escalation
•   DAMPS Changes
               OPERATIONS
    ARMY G-3




• 24 / 7 Operations
• 12 Hour Shifts
• 4 / 3 Schedule
• Located in Resource Situation Awareness
  Center
• Prepare for / Attend CAT Floor Briefings in
  AOC
• Build, Staff, Manage various packet types
• Publish DA Orders
           Phone Numbers
Name           Phone
LTC Ford       703-693-7217
LTC Windsor    703-693-6153
LTC Hlavacka   703-697-4116
LTC Adams      703-614-4950
LTC Baker      In-coming
MAJ Brandon    703-692-2964
MAJ Campbell   703-697-4116
MSG Perez      703-697-4375
SFC Taylor     703-692-2962
SGT King       703-697-2002
SGT Jensen     703-692-2961
      ARMY G-3

      SOURCING     DECISION PT                                 DELIVERY
                                      MOB STATION
     FORSCOM       HQDA                                        TRANSCOM
     JFCOM         ASA M& RA             1st Army
                                                                CENTCOM
     CENTCOM       OSD




-COTTAD                          PACKETS                APPROVER         PRODUCT
                 DAMPS
-ALERT MOB                       COTTADS                OD               HRC-A
                                 IMA MOB                ASA              HRC-STL
-COTTAD                          IRR MOB                ASA (G-1)        HRC-STL
-ALERT MOB       E-MAIL          UNIT ALERT/ MOB        ASA VOL          DA ORDERS
                 FAX/ HD         IND ALERT MOB          OSD INVOL        DA ORDERS
-IMA/ IRR                        EXORD                  ASA              DA ORDERS
-EXORD
                                   HRC        USAREUR   CENTCOM     AMC
                                   1st Army   USARC     IMA         TRADOC
                                   ARCENT     FORSCOM   HQDA MOB    USACE
                                   DIA        MEDCOM    HQDA JAG    PACOM
                                   INSCOM     NGB       HQDA SOD     SDDC
                                   USARPAC    USASOC    HQDA WIAS
      ARMY G-3

      SOURCING     DECISION PT                             DELIVERY
                                      MOB STATION
     FORSCOM       HQDA                                    TRANSCOM
     JFCOM         ASA M& RA             1st Army
                                                            CENTCOM
     CENTCOM       OSD




-COTTAD                          PACKETS            APPROVER     PRODUCT
                 DAMPS
-ALERT MOB                       COTTADS            OD           HRC-A
                                 IMA MOB            ASA          HRC-STL
-COTTAD                          IRR MOB            ASA (G-1)    HRC-STL
-ALERT MOB       E-MAIL          UNIT ALERT/ MOB    ASA VOL      DA ORDERS
                 FAX/ HD         IND ALERT MOB      OSD INVOL    DA ORDERS
-IMA/ IRR                        EXORD              ASA          DA ORDERS
-EXORD
                                             FORSCOM
      ARMY G-3

      SOURCING     DECISION PT                                DELIVERY
                                      MOB STATION
     FORSCOM       HQDA                                       TRANSCOM
     JFCOM         ASA M& RA             1st Army
                                                               CENTCOM
     CENTCOM       OSD




-COTTAD                          PACKETS            APPROVER           PRODUCT
                 DAMPS
-ALERT MOB                       COTTADS            OD                 HRC-A
                                 IMA MOB            ASA                HRC-STL
-COTTAD                          IRR MOB            ASA (G-1)          HRC-STL
-ALERT MOB       E-MAIL          UNIT ALERT/ MOB    ASA VOL            DA ORDERS
                 FAX/ HD         IND ALERT MOB      OSD INVOL          DA ORDERS
-IMA/ IRR                        EXORD              ASA                DA ORDERS
-EXORD
                                    CAT FLOOR    ARMY STAFF   JOINT STAFF
                                    USSTRATCOM   ARMY SEC     CID
                                    USTRANSCOM   USARSO        SPACE CMD
                                    OSD          USSOUTHCOM   USJFCOM
                                    NETCOM       AAFES         DCMA
                                    DFAS         DLA           CMOC
      ARMY G-3

      SOURCING     DECISION PT                             DELIVERY
                                      MOB STATION
     FORSCOM       HQDA                                    TRANSCOM
     JFCOM         ASA M& RA             1st Army
                                                            CENTCOM
     CENTCOM       OSD




-COTTAD                          PACKETS            APPROVER     PRODUCT
                 DAMPS
-ALERT MOB                       COTTADS            OD           HRC-A
                                 IMA MOB            ASA          HRC-STL
-COTTAD                          IRR MOB            ASA (G-1)    HRC-STL
-ALERT MOB       E-MAIL          UNIT ALERT/ MOB    ASA VOL      DA ORDERS
                 FAX/ HD         IND ALERT MOB      OSD INVOL    DA ORDERS
-IMA/ IRR                        EXORD              ASA          DA ORDERS
-EXORD
                                             USAREUR
                                             USAPAC
                                             USASOC
      ARMY G-3

      SOURCING     DECISION PT                                     DELIVERY
                                           MOB STATION
     FORSCOM       HQDA                                           TRANSCOM
     JFCOM         ASA M& RA                 1st Army
                                                                   CENTCOM
     CENTCOM       OSD




-COTTAD                           PACKETS                 APPROVER        PRODUCT
                 DAMPS
-ALERT MOB                        COTTADS                 OD              HRC-A
                                  IMA MOB                 ASA             HRC-STL
-COTTAD                           IRR MOB                 ASA (G-1)       HRC-STL
-ALERT MOB       E-MAIL           UNIT ALERT/ MOB         ASA VOL         DA ORDERS
                 FAX/ HD          IND ALERT MOB           OSD INVOL       DA ORDERS
-IMA/ IRR                         EXORD                   ASA             DA ORDERS
-EXORD
                      HRC        USAREUR   CENTCOM      AMC      USSTRATCOM   AAFES
                      1st Army   USARC     IMA          TRADOC USTRANSCOM     DLA
                      ARCENT     FORSCOM   HQDA MOB     USACE    OSD          JOINT STAFF
                      DIA        MEDCOM    HQDA JAG     PACOM    NETCOM       CID
                      INSCOM     NGB       HQDA SOD      SDDC    DFAS         SPACE CMD
                      USARPAC    USASOC    HQDA WIAS     FORSCOM ARMY STAFF   USJCOM
                      ARMY SEC   DLA       CMOAC         USARSO SOUTHCOM
      ARMY G-3

      SOURCING     DECISION PT                                 DELIVERY
                                          MOB STATION
     FORSCOM       HQDA                                        TRANSCOM
     JFCOM         ASA M& RA                1st Army
                                                                CENTCOM
     CENTCOM       OSD




-COTTAD                          PACKETS                APPROVER     PRODUCT
                 DAMPS
-ALERT MOB                       COTTADS                OD           HRC-A
                                 IMA MOB                ASA          HRC-STL
-COTTAD                          IRR MOB                ASA (G-1)    HRC-STL
-ALERT MOB       E-MAIL          UNIT ALERT/ MOB        ASA VOL      DA ORDERS
                 FAX/ HD         IND ALERT MOB          OSD INVOL    DA ORDERS
-IMA/ IRR                        EXORD                  ASA          DA ORDERS
-EXORD
                     HRC       USAREUR    CENTCOM AMC         USSTRATCOM AAFES
                     1 st Army IMA        TRADOC   USTRANSCOM DLA
                     ARCENT HQDA MOB      USACE    OSD        JOINT STAFF
                     DIA       MEDCOM     HQDA JAG PACOM      NETCOM
                     INSCOM    HQDA SOD   SDDC     DFAS       CID
                     USARPAC USASOC       HQDAWIAS USJCOM     SPACE CMD
                     ARMY SEC DLA         CMOAC    USARSO     SOUTHCOM
                  DAMPS UPDATES
   ARMY G-3




25 Sep 2006
• CAT 1 COTTADs
   – Mob Station sent packets to HRC-A outside of DAMPS
   – 1st Army enter into DAMPS
       • Captures data
       • Improve packet quality
• Flag Remob / Automated 110% MRS Special Language

29 Sep 2006
Mob Order Template Updates

30 Days Out
• Alert / Mobs packet data entry by USARC and 1st Army
             DAMPS UPDATES
  ARMY G-3




60 Days Out
• Allow DAMPS users to enter IRR/IMA packets
• Allow USAREUR / USARPAC / USASOC to enter
  Alert Mob packets into DAMPs
Questions???

				
DOCUMENT INFO