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                   The Maritime Strategy,
                   Fleet Response Plan &
                  Maintenance Contributions




                  RDML Joe Campbell, OPNAV N43B
               Deputy Director, Fleet Readiness Division
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               Maritime Strategy & Seapower




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                          Maritime Strategy

         •     Vision that coalesces recent strategic initiatives
         •     Recognizes the reality of a global economy
               – Almost all international commerce uses some form of
                 water transportation
               – Prosperity flourishes in times of peace

         •     Global economy is vulnerable to natural
               disasters and human disruptions
         •     All nations that receive benefit from maritime
               commerce have a stake in deterring conflicts




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           Initiatives Covered in Maritime Strategy
       •       Forward Presence
       •       Strategic Deterrence
       •       Maritime Domain Awareness (MDA)
       •       1,000 ship Navy
               – Develop partnerships and coalitions
               – Expand MDA beyond US only capabilities
       •       Global Fleet Stations
               – Create partners in developing areas
               – Create stability through increased enforcement capability
       •       Foreign Diplomacy / Strategic Shaping
               – Humanitarian outreach: create friends / prevent enemies
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               Implementing Maritime Strategy

         •     Need assets capable of implementing strategy
               – 30-year shipbuilding plan

         •     Assets need to be kept relevant
               – Modernization plans

         •     Need to balance platform use with life-cycle
               maintenance requirements
               – Fleet Response Plan construct

         •     Total Life-Cycle costs of equipment
               – Being able to fully utilize what we have




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               What Does FRP Construct Do?

    •    The Fleet Response Plan (FRP) construct optimizes Navy
         ability to provide forces to support the Maritime Strategy
    •    FRP expands the availability of forces ready for tasking
         during their operational cycle
    •    FRP maximizes return on investment in readiness accounts
    •    FRP enhances Navy rotational commitment strategy by
         enabling a more flexible force provider decision to fulfill
         emergent missions.
    •    FRP can be applied to any unit that develops readiness
         through a time-phased training program
    •    Training requirements, operational capabilities and amount
         of maintenance accomplished are unchanged by FRP


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                                FRP Codified
   • FRP cycle defined . . . “The Ready Fleet”
       – Basic / Integrated / Sustainment (includes Deployed) / Maintenance

                            C        DEPLOYED       C
       BASIC   INTEGRATED   M                       M            MAINTENANCE
                            A                       A
                                      SUSTAINMENT

   • Capitalize on capacity to increase availability
       – Create flexible deployment options
       – Make available Maritime Security and Homeland Defense forces
   • FRP phases tied to mission…Maritime Security, GWOT and MCO
       – Thresholds of readiness
   • Standardizes terms and definitions
   • Based on Class Maintenance Plans and cycle length
   • Application beyond Carrier Strike Groups (CSG)
       – Strike Groups and all other deployable Navy units.
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                      CSG Deployability Then & Now
                                                           Independent Training
                                          200X                        200Y                 200Z
     Name    Hull Homeport J   F   M A M J J A S O N D J   F   M A M J J A S O N D J   F   M A M J

     CV(N)     99   SDGO


 O
                               Tether                                               Deployment
 L                                       Lost opportunities for rapid
                                                                                 Work ups
 D                                       employment

                                         200X                       200Y                 200Z
     Name    Hull Homeport J    F M A M J J A S O N D J    F M A M J J A S O N D J     F M A M J

     CV(N)     99   SDGO



 F                              Sustainment                                   Sustainment
 R                             (Deploy) Phase                                (Deploy) Phase
 P                                  Maintenance                Basic      Integrated Training
                                       Phase                   Phase             Phase


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                          FRP Take-aways
      •    FRP is a deliberate process to ensure continuous availability
           of trained, ready Navy forces capable of a surge response
           forward on short notice, while meeting forward presence
           requirements.
      •    Risk in achieving a particular metric is determined by force
           structure decisions, the utilization rate of assets, and the
           length of a given Fleet Response Training Plan (FRTP) cycle.
      •    By definition, FRP is always sustainable.
      •    Should indications and warning warrant action, Navy can
           accelerate training, accelerate maintenance or otherwise
           modify schedules to meet the emergent Combatant
           Commander requirements, such as major combat operations.
      •    Steady state is designed to remain within Service budget.
           The actual surge of forces may incur costs above
           programmed budget.
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                                       The Need to Evolve
               Current Performance
                  Based Models
                                                     Much has changed since
                                                              this
                Metric                 PR-09 Goals      original concept
               CSG Surge                  6+1
          Flying Hour Program            USN T2.5    Most notably the concept
               (T-Ratings)              USMC T2.0          Of FRP A0 &
      % Primary Authorized Aircraft
                                        100% / 90%     the emergence of 5
       (Deployed / Non Deployed)
      Deferred Maint – # Airframes           0
                                                     Warfighting Enterprises
      Deferred Maint – # Eng/Mod             0
      Engines: Zero Bare Firewall         100%
              RFI Spares                   90%
       COCOM CSG Presence                   2.6
         Unfunded Surface Ship
        Availabilities / All Surface
                                            0                 What does this shift
         Ships Maint % Funded              97                 mean to the Models?
  - Developed & validated 5+ Years Ago
  - FRP was an embryonic concept
  - Thrust was to drive OMN discussion
    away from LOE to specific deliverables

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           FY10-15 Estimated FRP Ao Summary
•     FRP AO Demand = DO = DP + DS + DHD + DT + DM
      –   NAE FRP Ao Demand = 3 + 3 + 1
      –   USE FRP Ao Demand = 10 + 15 + 10
      –   SWE FRP Ao Demand

               Current SWE FRP Ao Demand           Projected SWE FRP Ao FY-10 Demand
               CRUDES         = 27 + 25 + 14       CRUDES         = 27 + 25 + 14
               Amphibious      = 9 + 4 + 21        Amphibious      = 9 + 4 + 21
               MCM            = 6+ 2+ 4            MCM            = 8+ 2+ 4
               Patrol Coastal = 5 + 0 + 0          Patrol Coastal = 5 + 0 + 0
               Command Ships = 2 + 0 + 1           Command Ships = 2 + 0 + 1
               Total          = 49 + 31 + 40       Total          = 51 + 31 + 40
           •       Changes due to additional forward deployed MCMs (Sasebo)
           •       Does not include AFRICOM standup, additional PCs to Bahrain

               P = Presence (GFM)
               S = Surge
               HD = Homeland Defense
               T = Training
               M = Maintenance

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                  Surface Combatant Model - Example
                                                   27 - 32 months FRP
                                                                18 months Employ                                 63 days
               112 days               90 days                              546 days
             Basic                 Integrated             Deployed         Sustainment                                 Maint

                                                           183 day                   14 days
                                     -29 days              deploy                SUSTAINMENT
         - 3 days sea trial         COMPTUEX
                                     -14 days                                  Training at sea with
           - 30 days unit
                                      JTFEX                                           CSG
         - 10 days ammo               43 days
               43 days                              MCO Ready

                                                    MCO Surge
         Independent Unit
         Ready for Tasking

                     63 additional days in support of Fleet ops


   Basic Phase            Integrated Phase         Sustainment Phase – Deployed       Sustainment Phase       Maint Phase

   SF – 43 Days @ $34     SF –   43 Days @ $34     SF –   183 Days @ $34              SF –   343 days @ $34   SF –   $34
   SU – 69 days @ $25     SU –   47 days           SU –   20 days @ $25               SU –   x days @ $25     SU –   $0
   SO – $50               SO –   $40               SO –   $80                         SO –   $70              SO –   $70
   SR – $40               SR –   $60               SR –   $60                         SR –   $60              SR –   $10
   SX – $20               SX –   $10               SX –   $8                          SX –   $8               SX –   $8
   CT – $10               CT –   $20               CT –   $10                         CT –   $10              CT –   $6


                                                 Notional FRP Bin $ Data

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                   FRP Ao Expansion Summary
     •    Linkages between FRP Ao & Tier II Metrics made
          –    SWE, USE, NAE progress significant
     •    Using FRP Ao and TFR products as basis for POM-10
          –    Standardizes model outputs across OPNAV
          –    Improves risk evaluation across Warfare Enterprises
     •    Next Steps
          –    Ship Ops Model require further refinement
               •   R/Y/G rating by elements of cost
          –    Aviation Models
               •   Several updates in process to convert manual data collection to
                   automated process
          –    Ship Maintenance Model
               •   Ship Maintenance Model to Ship Ops Model linkage




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                 Today’s Maintenance Strategy
          FRP Readiness + Life Cycle Readiness                    Units Ready
                                                                                    NCCs
                                                                  For Tasking
                           Cost                                                       COCOMs


                         Readines
                         Material




                                                                                         Signal

                                                                                                   Demand
                           s



       Ship Maintenance & Modernization Domain

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    Fleet Readiness Enterprise                                                    POM/Budget
                                                                                   Process

                         CONDITION
         ENGINEERED     BASED MAINT.
                           (Fleets)      MODERNIZATION
         MAINT. PLANS                  (Platform Sponsors/PEOs)          Inputs
          (SYSCOMs)

               Requirements Generation
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                               Summary
  • Fleet Response Plan has increased availability of
    employable forces
      – Continues to capitalize on readiness investments
      – Provides foundation to meet Maritime Strategy

  • Supports rotational forward presence while providing
    surge capacity to meet emergent global defense and
    GWOT requirements
  • Ao is defined by FRTP cycle length, Class maintenance
    plan, force structure and operations funding
  • Manages cost through the Fleet Readiness Enterprise
  • FRP continuing to evolve
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               Maritime Strategy Closing




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               Questions




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