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  1. PERSONNEL

  2. PERSONNEL CONCEPT SUPPORT • Purpose TO ENSURE PROPER PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION DURING THE OPERATIONS. • Method • COORDINATE PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION BASED ON EXISTING POLICIES. • PROVIDE PERSONNEL SERVICES PROGRAMS TO UPLIFT THEIR MORALE. • End-State • MOTIVATED AND HIGH MORALE

  3. PERSONNEL FILL-UP

  4. PERSONNEL SUPPORT BY PHASES

  5. PERSONNEL SUPPORT BY PHASES

  6. LOGISTICS

  7. LOGISTICS SUPPORT • PURPOSE • TO PROVIDE IMMEDIATE LOGISTICAL SUPPORT TO OPERATING UNITS TO SUSTAIN THE OPERATIONS • METHODS • JTF NOLCOM SHALL ESTABLISH FORWARD SUPPORT AREA THAT WILL PROVIDE CSS TO MANUEVER UNITS AND OTHER OPERATING UNITS; • JTF 4’S WILL FOCUS ON LOGISTICS DISTRIBUTION, MANAGEMENT OF MATERIEL AND MOVEMENTS FROM HNOLCOM TO SVNOB, STA ANA, CAGAYAN; CAUAYAN DOMESTIC AIRPORT;

  8. LOGISTICS SUPPORT • METHODS • JTF NOLCOM CSS UNIT SHALL PUSH THE SUPPLIES WEAPONS SYSTEMS AND EQUIPMENT TO OPERATING TROOPS ON THE SCHEDULED TIME AT PREDETERMINED SUPPLY DP. • JTF NOLCOM WILL ESTABLISH FORWARD SUPPORT AREA AT SVNOB (SPOD) AND CAUAYAN DOMESTIC AIRPORT (APOD).

  9. LOGISTICS SUPPORT • METHODS • LOGISTICS SUPPORT VESSEL WILL TRANSPORT ADDITIONAL LOGISTICAL SUPPLY FROM NSPP, SAN FERNANDO, LA UNION TO SVNOB, STA ANA CAGAYAN AS NECESSARY. • WITHDRAWAL OF SUPPLIES, WEAPON SYSTEM AND EQUIPMENT; AND CASEVAC AND DAMAGED EQUIPMENT SHALL BE FACILITATED BY CSS ELEMENTS FROM DP.

  10. LOGISTICS SUPPORT • METHODS • OPERATING UNITS SHALL PROVIDE THEIR OWN INITIAL LOGISTICS SUPPLIES AND ESTABLISH CSS • END STATE • SUCCESSFFUL PROVISION AND DISTRIBUTION OF LOGISTICAL SUPPLIES AND EQUIPMENT TO ALL OPERATING UNITS

  11. LOGISTICS SUPPORT BY PHASES

  12. LOGISTICS SUPPORT BY CLASSES OF SUPPLY

  13. LOGISTICS SUPPORT (POL) FUEL CONSUMPTION TABLE

  14. LOGISTICS SUPPORT (POL) FUEL PROVISIONS (3 Days)

  15. LOGISTICS SUPPORT (POL) FUEL CONSUMPTION TABLE (LTRS/HR)

  16. LOGISTICS SUPPORT (POL) FUEL PROVISIONS

  17. ISR

  18. ISR Concept of Support • Purpose • Synchronize the utilization of all ISR assets • Provide timely & accurate information of NAF activities in the JOA and AI • Method • Employment of NOLCOM ISR assets in the JOA and AI especially within ADIZ and SLOCs • Priority of ISR support to ME • End-State • Real-time intelligence of the JOA & AI

  19. ISR Concept of Support • Air Component • Employment of ISR assets in ADIZ, AI & JOA • P3C-Orion (3 sorties/day @ 2hrs/sortie) • FA-50 for ISR (4 sorties/day @ 1hr/sortie) • Naval Component • Conduct ISR employing all available assets in SLOCs • Maximize utilization of Littoral Observation Station • Utilize PNARUs for ISR operations

  20. ISR Concept of Support • Ground Component • HUMINT assets optimal utilization in the JOA • MIG, ISAFP to integrate collected data from the components

  21. CEIS

  22. CEIS CONCEPT OF SUPPORT • Objective Maintain connectivity between operating units of JTF NOLCOM • Task to all CEIS units • Install, operate and maintain communication network. • Comply with CEOI “KULLAAW” and interoperability standard to ensure ComSec • Ensure commo connectivity between supporting, supported, adjacent and subordinate units of JTF NOLCOM

  23. CEIS NET DIAGRAM FREQUENCIES: HF: P – 3.50 MHz S – 28.05 MHz VHF: P – 250.50 MHz S – 289.75 MHz UHF: P – 350.50 MHz S – 450.50 MHz “CEOI: KULLAAW” JTF NOLCOM “ADIDAS” 7ID “PUMA” NTF 93 “NIKE” JSOG “FILA” JTG-LACUHA “ACCEL” 5ID “GROSBY” JTF-NCR “REEBOK”

  24. CMO/IO

  25. IO Support Concept Purpose: to conduct information campaign that will win the support of the populace and international community, and to confuse and break the will to fight of the enemy Method: Public Affairs (PA), Information Support Affairs (ISA), Electronic Warfare (EW), Computer Network Operations (CNO), and Operations Security (OPSEC) End State: reduce C2 and decision-making capability of the enemy and protect and enhance the military forces decision-making processes

  26. IO Support Concept Theme: “One Country, One Nation, One People” THEME 1:The GPH/AFP stands united with the rest of the nation against invasion/ incursion of Nuvarian Armed Force Message 1a. “Nuvaria’saggressive actions in the Lacuha Island deprives us the freedom of navigation under the international law.” Message 1b. “The arrogance being displayed by Nuvaria in Lacuha Island is detrimental to peace and stability in the region.” THEME 2:Nuvaria’saggressive actions in the Lacuha Island is an assault on our nation’s dignity, we should unite to protect our national interests Message 2a.“The PH has the sovereign rights in its territory. Nuvaria’sagressive actions are unreasonable and must not betolerated.” Message 2b.“All gov’t agencies must act as one in the defending our territory and preserving our sovereignty”.

  27. IO Support Concept Theme: “One Country, One Nation, One People” THEME 3:Nuvaria’saction in the Lacuha Island is a challenge to international policing body Message 3a.“Nuvaria’saggressive actions in the Lacuhawill only worsen the tension existing in the region.” Message 3b.“Nuvaria’saggressive action only proves its disregard to the international laws” THEME 4:ASEAN and the Pacific region nations must stand as one to peacefully settle the Nuvaria’saggressive actions Message 4a.“The ASEAN and the Pacific region nations must work together to resolve Nuvaria’sactions peacefully.” Message 3b.“The bullying and aggression employed by Nuvariaagainst PHinLacuha Island is a part of its strategy to secure Nuvariadomination over the region.

  28. IO Support Concept Theme: “One Country, One Nation, One People” THEME 5:AFP Forces are ready and capable to protect our country Message 5a.The AFP is working in support of Maritime Law Enforcement Agencies to protect our fisheries and defend our territory. Message 5b.The AFP is working alongside law enforcement and local leaders to protect our territory. THEME 6:The AFP is a professional force Message 6a.The AFP routinely conducts joint operations among its Major Services to enhance inter-operability. Message 6b.The AFP’s actions are defensive in nature and are in reaction to a violation of our law and international law.

  29. IO Support Concept Phase 0 – Transition to Territorial Defense Develop/ formulate themes and messages Establish legitimacy of operations with emphasis on UNCLOS and other international laws Appropriate Joint Task Force Organized (Ground, Maritime, and Air Components) and interoperability ensured

  30. IO Support Concept Phase 1 – Reorganization and Mobilization TF components respective area occupied and respective IO tasks (PA, OPSEC, EW, ISA, CNO) performed Establishment of safe lines of communication Monitor enemy hostile lines

  31. IO Support Concept Phase 2 - Deployment Project strong formation of JTF NOLCOM (PA and ISA) Support deterrence operations (EW and ISA) Intensify messaging and counter messaging adversary propaganda Intensify cyber security measures

  32. IO Support Concept Phase 3 - Show of Force Operations Intensify information dissemination of friendly forces activities in the JOA Conduct offensive EW Conduct defensive EW Conduct cyber attack against NAF information system Prevent the enemy forces from disrupting friendly forces communications

  33. Phase 4 – Reorganization and Consolidation - Disseminates the JTF NOLCOM rehabilitation efforts - Support the stabilization activities/ efforts of the government to bring back normalcy in the area - Assess IO strengths and weaknesses IO Support Concept

  34. CMO Support Concept Purpose: to conduct CMO activities that will win the support of the populace and break the will to fight of the enemy Method: Public Affairs (PA), Information Support Affairs (ISA), Civil Affairs (CA) End State: bring back normalcy in the AOR

  35. CMO Support Concept Phase 0 – Transition to Territorial Defense Plan for the JTF NOLCOM CMO support concept Develop themes and messages in support to JTF NOLCOM operational activities Plan for CMO refresher training activity for all CMO operators in coordination with all concerned 7’s of all the units under NOLCOM

  36. CMO Support Concept Phase 1 – Reorganization and Mobilization Organize CMO Team to support JTF NOLCOM Conduct CMO refresher training Develop linkages with stakeholders in the area Educate JTF NOLCOM personnel on social, political, cultural and religious sensitivities in the area

  37. CMO Support Concept Phase 2 - Deployment Augment CMO Team to operating troops Intensify messaging and counter messaging adversary propaganda Coordinate with LGU / LGA re CMO activities particularly on CA Coordinate with tri-media re PA activity Utilize Quad-media relative to all CMO activities

  38. CMO Support Concept Phase 3 – Show of Force Operations Conduct massive ISA activity focusing on the legitimacy of the actions of the nation Maximize utilization of Quad-media relative to ISA activities Coordinate LGU / LGA for the conduct of MEDCAP to affected areas

  39. CMO Support Concept Phase 4 – Reorganization and Consolidation Recall operators for the future activities Conduct post operations survey on target audience analysis Assess CMO strengths and weaknesses

  40. RESERVE FORCE

  41. General Concept • Purpose • To ensure security of vital installations and support the security and non-traditional effort of the AFP. • Method • Selective mobilization of AFP Ready Reserve Units as force multipliers. • End-State • Effective utilization of capable Reserve Force.

  42. NAVAL FORCES RESERVE STRUCTURE – NORTHERN LUZON

  43. AIRFORCE RESERVE FORCE – NORTHERN LUZON

  44. ARMY RESERVE FORCE – NORTHERN LUZON

  45. ARMY RESERVE FORCE – NORTHERN LUZON

  46. ARMY RESERVE FORCE – NORTHERN LUZON

  47. AFPRESCOM TAS Structure AFP RESCOM ARUs CMA Bde 2nd TASBde Medical Water Transport Arsenal

  48. Reserve Force Structure JTF NOLCOM ARESCOM Component AFRESCOM Component NAVRESCOM Component AFPRESCOM Component 16th RR Inf Div 2nd AFW (Res) NFR-NL 2nd TASBde 7th MBde (Res) CMA Bde 1601st RRBde ARUs ARUs ARUs 1602nd RRBde 1603rd RRBde ARUs

  49. Reserve Force Structure SOURCE: OJ9, GHQ, AFP

  50. ARU’s Reserve Force SOURCE: OJ9, GHQ As of 2014