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An Overview of the DLA J9, Joint Reserve Force

An Overview of the DLA J9, Joint Reserve Force. Operational Support. Planning Support. Contingency Operations. Surge Support. Joint Reserve Force (JRF) Mission. To support the DLA mission with trained and ready Reservists . All Roads for Reserve Support Lead thru J9 for

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An Overview of the DLA J9, Joint Reserve Force

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  1. An Overview of the DLA J9, Joint Reserve Force

  2. Operational Support Planning Support Contingency Operations Surge Support Joint Reserve Force (JRF) Mission To support the DLA mission with trained and ready Reservists All Roads for Reserve Support Lead thru J9 for Requirements Verification, Funding, Orders

  3. Director Vice Admiral Alan S. Thompson United States Navy Senior Enlisted Leader Command Sergeant Major Otis Cuffee United States Army DLA Disposition Services DLA Installation Support DLA Finance DLA Acquisition DLA Human Resources We Are DLA Chief of Staff Mr. Fred Baillie Vice Director Ms. Mae DeVincentis COMMANDERS & DIRECTORS DLA Land and Maritime DLA Distribution DLA Energy DLA Aviation DLA Troop Support CORPORATE STAFF DLA Logistics Operations DLA Strategic Plans and Policy GS-15 DLA Joint Reserve Force DLA Information Operations DLA Europe& Africa DLA Central DLAPacific DLA Logistics Information Service GS-15 DLA Document Services GS-15 DLA TransactionServices GS-15 Joint Contingency Acquisition Support Office DLA Strategic Materials GS-15 SERVICE ACTIVITIES

  4. We Are DLA • America’s Combat Logistics Support Agency • 25,340 Civilians, 559 Active Duty Military, 759 Reservists • Located in 48 States/28 Countries • Global Support To Warfighters by: • Processing an average of 116,087 requisitions per day • Producing an average of 10,987 contract lines awarded per day • Staffing 26 Distribution Depots Worldwide • Processed 22.8M Receipts and Issues during the past 12 months • Managing nearly 5M items through eight supply chains • Supporting more than 1,900 Weapon Systems • Providing nearly 84% of Services’ repair parts • Providing 100% of Services’ subsistence, fuels, medical, clothing & textiles, construction & barrier material Current as of Nov 2010

  5. We Are DLAin Elite Company • FY04-FY10 sales/services of $28-$41B • #51 on the Fortune 500 list • FY 11 projected revenue of $41.5B • Third largest storage capacity of the top 50 Distribution Warehouses (Only FedEx and UPS have more) • 130M Barrels of Fuel sold in FY 10 and 129M in FY 09 • Reused, transferred, disposed and donated nearly 26B per year in material across the supply chain • Our reach extends far beyond DoD • Foreign Military Sales program supports 118 Nations • $1.6 B in Sales and 585K shipments in FY10 • Supports Worldwide Humanitarian Relief • Federal Emergency Management Agency • Other federal and designated state and local customers Current as of Nov 2010

  6. FY 2011 DLA Director’s Guidance Joint Reserve Force (JRF) Alignment • Warfighter Support Enhancement • MOB deployment planning across JRF enterprise • Best Reservist, Right Billet, Optimal Time • Stewardship Excellence • Contributory/operational support • Allows Agency to get more done without more • JRF shaping • Agile and flexible manning adjustments • Workforce Development • Training & Readiness • Individual Training Plans – more effective and efficient JRF mob training • JRTRX – Ensuring mob readiness • Outreach – Supporting mobilized reservists and their families • Doing What’s Right for JRF Reservists, DLA, the Armed Forces and DoD

  7. JRF Organization J9 DIRECTOR Mob Asst (USAR) Duty: J3 Asst Dir Log Ops Executive Officer Enlisted Advisors Deputy Director J96 Information Management J91 Personnel Administration J97 Training & Readiness J95 Plans & Policy J94 Operations Joint Reserve Team Leaders Troop Support Energy Distribution Disposition Services Land and Maritime Aviation Army Reservists Marine Corps Reservists Navy Reservists Air Force Reservists

  8. FY 11 Funded Billets By Service

  9. FY 11 Funded Billets By Service

  10. Vacant and Filled Billets By FA Fill Rate: 88%

  11. Philadelphia • Fort Lewis, Tacoma • Washington, D.C. • Columbus • New Cumberland • Battle Creek • Salt Lake City • Stockton • Alameda • Richmond • Ogden • San Jose • San Joaquin • Oklahoma City • Anniston • Warner Robins • Bessemer • Jacksonville • Fort Dix • San Antonio • DLA-C Tampa • Fort Belvoir Marine Corps Navy Air Force Army DLA Reserve Assignment Locations • DLA-E/A Germany • DLA-P Hawaii

  12. What Reservists Gain From DLA • Understanding DLA logistics support provided to Services • Experience in joint logistics • Participate in transformational logistics: • Executive Agent for Class I, II, III, IV, VIII • COCOM Deployment and Distribution Operations Centers • Joint Theater Logistics doctrine • Six month BOG deployment(s) OIF/OEF • Committed 1:5 Dwell • Joint Operational Logistics Experience

  13. JRF Reservists Activated Since 2001 As of 31 March 2011 Cumulative Totals: 1068 344 521 190 13 872 Man/Years Average 132 Average 119 Average 68

  14. JRF Reservists Activated Since 2001 As of 31 March 2011

  15. SR Dist Specialist • or • Supply Expediter • WSR • or • Multi-Class Specialist • NCOIC Support • or • NCOIC Admin • 03/04: Dist Specialist • 04 Ops Officer • 03/04 DLAAR Crisis Action Team Distribution Center Distribution Center Distribution Center Distribution Center Distribution Staff Augmentation Levels of Training E6 E7 E - 3 E - 5 E6 E7 E8 E9 03 - 04 05 - 06 E - 4 • 05: XO; or Deputy Chief-CDDOC • 06: FWD Cdr; or Div Chief-CDDOC Distribution Staff Augmentation Levels will be tailored to FAs

  16. Joint Reserve Training and Readiness Exercise (JRTRX) Conduct an annual Joint Reserve training exercise to prepare deploying personnel Enhance tactical proficiency for a combat environment Enhance medical readiness Evaluate physical readiness Theater specific training tasks Service specific training tasks Weapons familiarization and qualification Five intense, rigorous days of training

  17. Initiatives • Annual Joint Reserve Training & Readiness Exercise • Stimulate joint culture and understanding • Complete mandatory Service requirements • Focus on readiness, training and education • Deployments • Center of Excellence

  18. Value Added The Bottom Line ! Joint Reserve Forces Value Proposition…. provide DLA with trained, ready logisticians to mobilize and deploy in support of DLA. Reserve resources reduce supply chain costs and more importantly do not increase cost recovery rates.

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