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2HBCT / 3ID DEPLOYMENT OPERATIONS BRIEF 23 APRIL 2013

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2HBCT / 3ID DEPLOYMENT OPERATIONS BRIEF 23 APRIL 2013

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  1. 2HBCT / 3ID DEPLOYMENT OPERATIONSBRIEF 23 APRIL 2013

  2. Agenda • Situation: • -Higher Mission (XVIII Corps, TF Dogface) • -Adjacent Units • -Intelligence: Background/Enemy Situation/Weather • Mission: • -Commander’s Intent • -Key Tasks • -End State • -Concept of Operations • Capabilities: • -Task Organization • -Personnel/Equipment • Requirements: • -Facts • -Assumptions • -Essential/Specified/Implied Tasks • Constraints/Limitations • Concept of Deployment • Questions

  3. Higher Mission XVIII Airborne Corps Mission: Upon notification, rapidly deploy forces to establish and stabilize the coalition and conduct military operations to defeat and eject invading Minarian forces from Atropia territory while deterring Arianaian intervention. On order, restore pre-existing borders to facilitate the stabilization of Atropia. On order, establish conditions to successfully transition to UN peace keeping forces and re-deploy. Joint Task Force Dog Face Mission: On order, JTF deploys ADVON to APOD Tbilisi and SBCT to APOD Baku followed by main body of Combat/CS/CSS forces via air and sea to establish POD security, stabilize the coalition and deter Ariana intervention, conduct military operations in the JOA to defeat and eject invading Minarian forces from Atropian territory. On order, restore preexisting borders to facilitate the stabilization of Atropia. On order, establish conditions to successfully transition to UN peacekeeping forces and re-deploy.

  4. 2 A R Adjacent Units XX 3 TF Dogface AEF III 1 75 2 3

  5. Intelligence *red: hostile relationship, orange: neutral relationship

  6. Enemy Situation Enemy Capabilities: -Sophisticated opponent who can combine strategies, mass, momentum, precision fires, precision maneuver, and asymmetry of capabilities -Will exploit complex terrain (urban likely) and weather conditions -Modern Armored Vehicles (night operable) -Long Range Cannon/Rocket Artillery (Precision) -Rotary/fixed wing/UAV/missiles Infantry personnel and paramilitary forces -Advanced weaponry: ATGMs, mortars, robust ISR, mines, MANPADS, IAD, Counter – Precision -Effective and adaptive C2, cell, internet, radio -Reinforced structures/bunkers

  7. Weather: Tbilisi

  8. Weather: Poti

  9. Mission 2HBCT/3ID “Spartans” Mission: On order, 2HBCT/3ID successfully deploys all personnel and equipment to Tbilisi and Poti to stabilize the coalition and deter Ariana intervention by conducting military operations in the JOA to defeat and eject invading Minarian forces from Atropian territory. On order, conduct stability operations on preexisting Atropia borders. On order, conduct RIP/TOA with UN peacekeeping forces and re-deploy to FSGA.

  10. Commander’s Intent • Rapidly deploy all personnel and equipment upon receipt of order • Deter Arianan intervention by demonstrating commitment to engage all forces that threaten an attack on Atropian, its forces, or people • Restore pre-existing borders to facilitate the stabilization of Atropia • Conduct RIP/TOA with UN peacekeeping personnel • Successfully redeploy to home station

  11. Key Tasks/End State • TASKS: • Deploy personnel to Tbilisi and equipment to Poti • Deter Arianan intervention by demonstrating commitment to engage all forces that threaten an attack on Atropian • Conduct stability operations to restore pre-existing borders, conduct inter-agency operations • Redeployment Operations • END STATE: • Destruction of Arianan offensive military capabilities in the CF (Caspian Federation) • Defeat of Arianan’s ability to invade its neighbors • Hand-over support operations to a follow-on intent • Safe redeployment • External Enablers: • Be Aware of Adjacent Units • Areas of Interests

  12. Concept of Operations Phase I: Deployment/Entry/Shaping - Begins with receipt of the execute order, early deployment of sufficient combat power to enable the stabilization of the Atropi government, deterring Ariana from entering the conflict, and ends with setting conditions for decisive operations. Phase II: Decisive Operations - Defeat or eject forces from Atropia, while continuing to deter Ariana intervention. Phase III: Post Conflict - Restore pre-existing borders, conduct Inter-agency operations, transition to UN peace keeping forces, conduct stability and support operations. Phase IV: Redeployment - Begins on order and ends when all designated 2HBCT/3ID personnel and equipment have redeployed safely.

  13. Task Organization 2 HBCT/3ID 1-64th AR 1-94th FA 2-3rd BSTB 26th BSB 1-30th IN 3-7th CAV

  14. Personnel Brigade Deployable Summary Non-Deployable – 61 Total Deployable – 3,768

  15. Equipment by Chassis Type

  16. Requirements FACTS: • APOE Hunter AAF, GA; SPOE Savannah, GA • APOD Tbilisi Airport, Republic of Georgia ; SPOD Poti, Republic of Georgia • 3 Movement Legs: 1) ADVON, 2) MB PAX, 3) MB Cargo • Max 1000 short tons and 1000 passengers per day per APOE and APOD • All strategic airlift assets are available at C-day, IAW the proposed TPFDD • Strategic airlift assets are played at operationally ready rates of 75% for the purposes of this exercise • APODs are primarily operated by HN/commercial assets– augmented with US forces. The formula to use will be 80 HN per 20 soldiers • Adequate POL will be available in AO through HNS • All aircrews will be supplemented with augmented crews allowing continuous non-stop airflow from origin to destination and return to origin: -Military aircraft: 18 Hours per origin to destination leg -Commercial aircraft: 14 Hours per origin to destination leg • HAAF MOG : 6 (working)/12 (parking) • The APOD’s of Kutaisi, Sukhumi, Batumi, and Tbilisi, Gorgas are all C-130/C-17/C-5 compatible • Tbilisi MOG : 2/3; Kutaisi MOG : 1/2 • CH-47 supply lifts are limited to 15 sorties per day

  17. Requirements ASSUMPTIONS: • Rail lines between Poti and Tbilisi capable of handling 70+ ton loads • USAF AEF III maintains air superiority throughout the operation • HN transport support onward movement of tracked vehicles from Tbilisi railyard to TAA • All necessary ships are available for SPOE/SPOD movement of rolling stock/containers • Housing is available at Tbilisi during unit/cargo consolidation and RSOI • Passenger rail cars available on trains from Kutaisi to Poti to facilitate inbound PAX

  18. Requirements Implied Tasks: -Establish STAMIS connectivity on arrival -Establish BSA in Tbilisi -Support Railhead Operations with qualified personnel upon arrival to Tbilisi -Move any PAX from Kutaisi to Tbilisi due to limited MOG at Tbilisi -Establish timetable for movement to BSA and TAA upon arrival -Establish HLZ for movement of emergency supplies from Tbilisi to forward units -Establish MSRs from Tbilisi to BSA and TAA -Coordinate Fires and ROZ plan with USAF AEF III -Coordinate TMR process with sustainment units in Tbilisi -Coordinate AMR process with aviation units in Tbilisi -Establish linkage between Tbilisi and supply distribution network Specified Tasks: -Move ADVON into place NLT C+9 -Establish water production on site in Tbilisi NLT C+10 -Deploy all PAX to Tbilisi RSOI area NLT C+27 -Deploy all Unit equipment to RSOI area NLT C+32 -ADVON deploys with 15 DOS CL I -Unit deploys with 3 DOS -Provide 20 Soldiers per LNs to work railhead operations Essential Tasks: -Establish water production NLT C+10 -Meet RLD requirements for all phases of movement -Establish railhead operations NLT C+29 to receive unit equipment -Establish STAMIS connectivity NLT C+15 -Coordinate HN contracting for line haul movement NLT C+15 -Establish RSOI operations NLT C+15

  19. Constraints/Limitations • HET Support – BCT contains no organic line haul capability for tracked vehicles • 2 MOG at APOD Tbilisi, 1 MOG at alternate APOD Kutaisi. Alternate APOD COA requires contract of passenger trains from Kutaisi to Tbilisi • Rail lines do not cross Mtkvari River south of Tbilisi, requiring a line haul from Tbilisi to BSA/TAA

  20. Concept of Deployment MIL: 18 HrS PORT OF SAVANNAH CRAF: 14 Hrs TBILISI, GEORGIA POTI, GEORGIA TBILISI, GEORGIA 48 Pax 60 Pax SPOE SPOD 48 Pax 60 Pax TAA APOD Deployment Flow 326 km 202.567 mi 4 Hours 48 Pax 60 Pax FT STEWART, GA 48 Pax 60 Pax 12 DAYS

  21. Fort Stewart , GA (FSGA) to Port of Savannah (PoS) Primary COA 40.7 Miles (65.5km) – 1 Hour Line Haul Secondary COA (Rail) 50-68 Miles (80.4-109km) – 1 ½ - 3 Hours

  22. FSGA to HAAF (APOD) Primary COA 69.2 KM (56 Min by Line Haul)

  23. Port to Port

  24. SPOD to APOD - Rail Primary COA 325 KM (4 Hours by Rail)

  25. 2 SPOD to APOD – Highway (325km) Secondary COA 325 KM (4 Hours by Line Haul)

  26. Pax/Equipment Movement Stewart Hunter AAF Tbilisi FORT APOE 1 Convoy = 92 VIC / 184 PAX 4 Bus / 171 PAX 2 Truck / 5 Pieces FORT APOD 1 Convoy = 92 VIC / 184 PAX 5 Bus / 171 PAX 2 Truck / 5 Pieces APOE APOD 8 – B747 = 355 PAX StewartPort of Savannah Poti SMB SPOD FD 6 Convoys = 823 VIC / 1646 PAX 19 Trucks = 37 Pieces FORT SPOE 6 Convoys = 823 VIC / 1646 PAX 19 Trucks = 37 Pieces SPOE SPOD Sealift = 1 FSS / 10 PAX Total: 1463 Pieces of Rolling Stock Equipment Stewart Hunter AAF Tbilisi APOE APOD 25 – C17A = 3088 PAX APOD FD 54 Bus / 3088 PAX AMB FORT APOE 54 Bus / 3088 PAX

  27. _______ _______ _______ APOE APOD ADVON: 3 x C5 / 163 Pax MB1: 1 x C-17 / 2 Pax, 40 STONS MB2: 2 x C-17 / 4 Pax, 77 STONS MB3: 1 x C-5 / 2 Pax, 40 STONS MB4: 2 x C-17 / 4 Pax, 89 STONS APOD FD 1 x Convoys 24 Trucks /48 Pax 3 x 48 Pax Bus / 115 Pax FORT APOE 4 x 48 Pax Bus / 175 Pax _______ _______ _______ SPOD FD 5 Convoys (10 Trucks w/ Trailers) 20 Trains 470 Railcars 1066 Rollin Stock (100 by Convoy) 333 Containers FORT SPOE 438 Railcar 68’ 265 Railcar 89’ 1463 Rolling Stock 433 Containers 20,164 Short Tons SPOE SPOD 1 LMSR (USNS Seay) 10 PAX (Supercargo) _______ _______ _______ FORT APOE MB1: 11 x 60 Pax Bus / 620 Pax MB2: 19 x 60 Pax Bus / 1121 Pax MB3: 16 x 60 Pax Bus / 960 Pax MB4: 15 x 60 Pax Bus / 892 Pax APOD FD MB1: 11 x 60 Pax Bus / 620 Pax MB2: 19 x 60 Pax Bus / 1121 Pax MB3: 16 x 60 Pax Bus / 960 Pax MB4: 15 x 60 Pax Bus / 892 Pax APOE APOD MB1: 1x747/757 / 620 Pax MB2: 2x747/757 / 1121 Pax MB3: 2x747/757 / 960 Pax MB4: 3x747/757 / 892 Pax

  28. Transportation Fort StewartStrategic Transportation Flow POE (Sea) = Port of Savannah - Poti POE (Air) = Hunter AAF – Tbilisi Airport C+1 C+5 C+10 C+15 C+20 C+25 C+30 C+35 Sea Flow Unloading (1 Day) 1 FSS MAIN BODY (3088 Pax) Air Flow 25 – C17 / 8 – B747 ADVON 355 Pax ALD C001 LAD C002 RDD C003 LAD C033 RDD C035 LAD C032 EAD C028 ALD C029 EAD C030 RDD C038 ALD C012 • Units: • Group 1 • HQ, 2 HBCT • 26th SUP BN • 1-94 FA • Group 2 • 1ST 30thINF • Group 3 • 3/7th CAV • 1-64 AR • 2-3rd BSTB C029-C032, 1310 Pax Chalk 1 Overall C030-C032, 685 Pax Chalk2 C030-C033, 1093 Pax Chalk 3

  29. Transportation Fort Stewart Strategic Transportation Flow POE (sea) = Port of Savannah POE (air) = Hunter AAF Sea Flow C+1 C+5 C+10 C+15 C+20 C+25 C+30 C+35 LMSR Air Flow MB1/C+23 1 x 747, 1 X C-17, 393 PAX, 40 Stons MB3/C+25 1 x 747, 1 x 757, 1 X C-5, 591 PAX, 59 Stons MB4/C+28 2 x 747, 1 X 757, 2 x C-17, 883PAX, 89 Stons MB2/C +24 2 x 747, 2 X C-17, 766 PAX, 77 Stons ADVON 3 x C5, 116 PAX 179 Stons

  30. ADVANCE PARTY MAIN BODY 1

  31. MAIN BODY 2 MAIN BODY 3

  32. MAIN BODY 4

  33. CONUS RFID Read Stations APOE SPOE Ft. Stewart Port of Savannah -

  34. ITV OCONUS RFID Read Stations SPOD APOD P’ot’i - Samtredia - Khashun - Tbilisi

  35. Spartan 6 Comments

  36. Questions