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U.S. FLEET & INDUSTRIAL SUPPLY CENTER YOKOSUKA FLEET SUPPORT OFFICE JAKARTA FLEET POST OFFICE

U.S. FLEET & INDUSTRIAL SUPPLY CENTER YOKOSUKA FLEET SUPPORT OFFICE JAKARTA FLEET POST OFFICE

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U.S. FLEET & INDUSTRIAL SUPPLY CENTER YOKOSUKA FLEET SUPPORT OFFICE JAKARTA FLEET POST OFFICE

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  1. U.S. FLEET & INDUSTRIAL SUPPLY CENTER YOKOSUKA FLEET SUPPORT OFFICE JAKARTA FLEET POST OFFICE FAR EAST REGION POSTAL CONFERENCE PC1 MARK BETTENCOURT SITE DIRECTOR/POIC/POSTAL OFFICER

  2. Fleet Support Office Jakarta Executive Summary • Fleet Support Office Jakarta • Organization Structure • FSO Jakarta Operations • FSO Jakarta Customers • FSO Jakarta Funding/Resources • FSO Jakarta Regional Priorities • Current • Future • FSO Jakarta Strategic Areas of Concern

  3. Fleet Support Office JakartaOrganization/Manpower PC1 MARK BETTENCOURT POIC/POSTAL OFFICER/LSR FP-8 AYA SARIO CUSTODIAN OF POSTAL EFFECTS(COPE)/AOIC FP-9 U.S. CITIZEN ACOPE/REGISTERED MAIL CLERK POSTAL CLERKS FSN-6 HERI SOETOPO FSN-5 REVDINALD SABIRIN FSN-4 DENI SETIAWAN ADMIN ASSISTANT TRANSLATOR FSN-7 MINCE ABINENO BILLETS FOR 1 USN E-7, 2 DOS U.S. FP, AND 4 DOS FSN

  4. Fleet Support Office JakartaOperations • Operations • FSO Jakarta provides logistics support to 7th Fleet ships operating in the Indonesian AOR during port visits, conducting exercises, or supporting Humanitarian/Disaster Relief missions. FSO Jakarta has supported 24 port visits to Indonesia in the last 24 months. • FSO Jakarta provides Fleet Post Office support to the U.S. Embassy in Jakarta, U.S. Consulate Surabaya, U.S. Consulate Medan, U.S. Consulate Bali, and U.S. Embassy Dili, Timor Leste. • FSO Jakarta FPO processed over 361,000 LBS of mail and recorded sales in excess of $63,000.00 in FY06. FSO Jakarta processed over 357,000 LBS of mail and has recorded sales of over $70,000.00 in FY07.

  5. Fleet Support Office JakartaCustomers • Customers • FSO Jakarta FPO serves a customer base of approximately 550 personnel posted throughout Indonesia and Timor Leste (formerly East Timor). • FSO Jakarta supports 7th Fleet ships operating in the AOR or conducting exercises/port visits in Indonesia and also serves a number of DOD mission personnel in country as needed (TAD/TDY).

  6. Fleet Support Office JakartaFunding/Resources • Funding • Current MOU between FISC Yokosuka and U.S. Embassy Jakarta states that the Embassy assumes all operating costs associated with day to day operations of the Fleet Post Office (FPO). • FISC Singapore pays ICASS costs for personal services to the U.S. Embassy Jakarta. • TAD costs for Fleet Support are paid by command. • Resources • Resources at FSO Jakarta are provided by the Embassy as needed. Some resources available include vehicles with drivers, translators, AMEX Travel, and admin support (reservations, expedited customs clearance, and diplomatic notes).

  7. Fleet Support Office JakartaRegional Priorities • Current Regional Priorities • Re-establishing airlines cooperation to transport mail and cargo to cities throughout Indonesia in support of 7th Fleet. • Future Regional Priorities • DPO Transition and Billet Re-assignment

  8. Fleet Support Office JakartaStrategic Areas of Concern • Strategic Areas of Concern • Indonesia is the most populous Muslim and 4th most populous country in the world. With visits by the President, Secretary of Defense, Secretary of State, and numerous visits by military officials including the CJCS, CNO, PACOM, 7th Fleet, and COMLOG, in the past year Indonesia is becoming increasingly important to the United States. • All of these visitors have pledged increased military support, assistance, and coordination with host country military. This has already and will continue to increase port visits to Indonesia and result in more exercises with Indonesia TNI-AL (NAVY) such as NEA and CARAT in the future. • These visits and pledges are a result of the United States lifting of sanctions and weapons embargos on Indonesia due to human rights violations. Some areas of the Indonesian government and TNI are still hesitant and sometimes defiant of the U.S. assistance/cooperation. • Logistics concerns here are often in the area of importation and customs clearance because there is no Status Of Forces Agreement with Indonesia and excessive corruption.