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    1. USMC Operations Analysis Division 1 OPERATIONS ANALYSIS DIVISION Colonel Joseph Smith Director

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    4. USMC Operations Analysis Division 4 OAD ORGANIZATION Joint and External Analysis (JEA) Branch Joint and Naval Sections. Missing billets include: 5 GS14 Operation Research Analysts Mission Area Analysis (MAA) Branch Capable of Four (4) Concurrent Efforts. Missing billets include:1 GS14 Analyst, 1 GS12 Analyst, 1 O-4 Deputy Branch Head Analysis Branch Internal Studies, External Study Oversight, Deployed Analyst Reach-back. Missing billets include: 1 GS14 Deputy Branch Head, 3 O-4 Analysts, 1 O-3 Analyst, 4 GS14 Analysts, 2 GS12 Analysts Studies and Analysis Business Center (SABC) Provide contracting and support for all external studies. Missing billet: Branch Head Support Branch Ops, IT, S/W (Database and Model Development), Admin, Secretary, Technical Writer, Repository Manager, Super-Excellent Naval Liaison OfficerJoint and External Analysis (JEA) Branch Joint and Naval Sections. Missing billets include: 5 GS14 Operation Research Analysts Mission Area Analysis (MAA) Branch Capable of Four (4) Concurrent Efforts. Missing billets include:1 GS14 Analyst, 1 GS12 Analyst, 1 O-4 Deputy Branch Head Analysis Branch Internal Studies, External Study Oversight, Deployed Analyst Reach-back. Missing billets include: 1 GS14 Deputy Branch Head, 3 O-4 Analysts, 1 O-3 Analyst, 4 GS14 Analysts, 2 GS12 Analysts Studies and Analysis Business Center (SABC) Provide contracting and support for all external studies. Missing billet: Branch Head Support Branch Ops, IT, S/W (Database and Model Development), Admin, Secretary, Technical Writer, Repository Manager, Super-Excellent Naval Liaison Officer

    5. USMC Operations Analysis Division 5 Tasking Breakdown Marine Corps Studies System Quarterly call for studies Marine Corps wide Executed with in-house (civ and military) and contract analysts MCCDC and HQMC Quick-turn Communicated to us through CoS Anticipated requirements from CDD and others Joint Driven by participation in OSD Analytic Agenda Often coordinated with MCCDC Senior Analyst

    6. USMC Operations Analysis Division 6 Areas of Constant Focus Sea Basing, Amphibious Lift, High-speed Connectors and Shipping, Strategic Mobility USMC Role in Joint Theater-level Warfare Ground Mobility Capability Sets ISR Capability Analysis, especially UASs Fires Capability Analysis Air and Surface Assault Capability Analysis Infantry-centric Operations (equipment, C2, training, MOUT, SASO, required special skills) USMCs Structure relative to its Commitments Enhanced Company Operations (new Concepts of Ops)

    7. USMC Operations Analysis Division 7 Marine Corps Irregular Warfare Study

    8. USMC Operations Analysis Division 8 Live Tissue Training OEF has dramatically increased the demand for Live Tissue Training for FMF corpsmen. Current training is contracted ($2400 per student) using GWOT funding. Course believed to be essential to properly train corpsmen for combat casualty response. Sponsor: TECOM Lead Analyst: LT Robin Marling

    9. USMC Operations Analysis Division 9 MAGTF (MEF/USMC) Fires Study Original sponsor was FMID for quick turn-around for adequacy of MEF/USMC Fire Support. 34th CMC emphasized study and added requirement of applicability to full spectrum of conflict. Focus on organic MEF with augmentation by NSFS. Lead Analyst: Maj Chris Michel, USMC -Scenario was simulated ~64 times utilizing a design of experiment that varied the number of each type of firing platform in the 2024 scenario -Gaps can be filled however only from major sourcing from external MEF sources. -~50 additional JSF (roughly the addition of another air wing) poses risk if sourced exclusively from USMC -~1 additional battalion of M777 -~12 additional DDG 51 Flt II A -Scenario was simulated ~64 times utilizing a design of experiment that varied the number of each type of firing platform in the 2024 scenario -Gaps can be filled however only from major sourcing from external MEF sources. -~50 additional JSF (roughly the addition of another air wing) poses risk if sourced exclusively from USMC -~1 additional battalion of M777 -~12 additional DDG 51 Flt II A

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    11. USMC Operations Analysis Division 11 JLTV Effect on STOM JLTV is armored tactical vehicle intended to replace HMMWVs Examined lifting at Gross Vehicle Weight (GVW @ 18,000 lbs), Essential Combat Capable Weight (ECCW @ 13,750 lbs), and Curb Weight (CW @ 12,500 lbs) JLTV cannot be lifted by MV-22 even at Curb Weight

    12. USMC Operations Analysis Division 12 Force Mobility Analysis Support Tool (FMAST) OBJECTIVE To create an analytical capability with which to generate and evaluate Marine Corps tactical wheeled vehicle strategies and plans by creating a model that is: Agile easily updated using dynamic (frequently updated) data sources that are readily available (institutional databases) and accommodating large numbers of mobility profiles Authoritative based on a validated methodology and authoritative data sources Broadly applicable Addressing perennial strategic issues such as capability measures, force structure, equipment inventory, and cost.

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