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G/2-15 FA JRTC Concept of Support

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  1. G/2-15 FA JRTC Concept of Support

  2. RSOI CL III • 2xM978 will be drained prior to deployment to JRTC • Front load 2xM978 on rail load and provide operators (92F) on ADVON flight IOT conduct initial fuel draw • G/2-15 will draw fuel directly from the FPLA fuel point until retail fuel point is established NLT 7 OCT CL IV • Initial request: • 5,000 Sandbags • 300xrolls C-Wire • 200xsheets Plywood • 50x 2x4 Boards • 100xPickets • A/210 pushes to G/2-15 on standard SRO CL V • G/2-15 will manage BN AHA on FOB Warrior and issue ammo on site: • 2x105mm • 3xInfantry PLT ABL • A/210 establishes and manages all CL V accounts at Fort Polk ASP NLTD-14 (8 OCT) • G/2-15 will send ammo rep on ADVON IOT sign for initial STX blank ammo • BSB will push to G/2-15 NLT D-11 (13 OCT) Texas AVE JRTC Aid Station SELF AAF (FOB FORGE) CL IV/V(R) FUEL PT WASH RACK

  3. 2 10 FOB WARRIOR FOB SPIRIT 4 31 Turan Route Gold 1 89CAV Route Tin PAKISTAN 2 15FA I I 2STB BSTB 1-89 CAV FOB II FOB TURANI II II 2-15FA 4-31IN 4-31IN MARGHOZ BCP Route Gold DAGARI SANGAN COP 2-15FA Route Steel FOB COP I Route Steel BATOOR SANGARI KAKAY FOB Route Steel I I Sangar BSB JANAN FB WILDERNESS 210 Maran BACHA I I 1-89 CAV BCP FB FB FB FB II HUKAM FOB FORGE 2-14 IN TOFANI 2 14 FOB 4-31IN II KHAISTA FB TURBAN Route Zinc COP 2-14 IN Route Gold Tofan KHUSHAL BCP PAKISTAN MARJANI I MARWANDI BCP FB BERMEL FB TILLMAN FOB ANVIL 2 BCT Locations in AO SCORPION

  4. 2 10 FOB WARRIOR Turan FOB SPIRIT 4 31 Route Tin Route Gold Route Tin Route Tin Route Tin Route Tin 1 89CAV PAKISTAN 2 15FA 2 15FA 2 15FA 2 15FA 2 15FA I I 2STB BSTB 1-89 CAV II FOB 2-15FA FOB II II 4-31IN TURANI 4-31IN MARGHOZ BCP Route Gold DAGARI 2-15FA SANGAN COP Route Steel FOB COP I Route Steel BATOOR SANGARI Route Steel KAKAY FOB Sangar I I BSB JANAN FB WILDERNESS Maran 210 BACHA I I 1-89 CAV BCP FB FB FB FB II HUKAM FOB FORGE 2-14 IN TOFANI 2 14 FOB 4-31IN II KHAISTA FB TURBAN Route Zinc COP 2-14 IN Tofan Route Gold KHUSHAL BCP PAKISTAN MARJANI I MARWANDI BCP FB BERMEL FB TILLMAN FOB ANVIL Distribution: Primary means of distribution is Air Alternate means is Ground Planned integration of ground/air/SRO’s and CRO’s 210 BSB conducts SRO’s to G/2-15 G/2-15 conduct CRO’s to COP and BCP Planned Distro Operations (Ground): 1x CRO to COP & BCP every 24hrs Planned Dirstro Operations (Air): Throughput to COP’s / JSS LZ’s Class of Supply Distro Operations: CL I: 21SBDE throughputs MRE / ICE / Water and contracted meals to FOB Warrior daily G/2-15 transports 3xDOS Heat&Serve meals to COP & BCP NLT D-1 BPT conduct sling load operations of CL I and water CL II: Limited Replenishment Available CL III(B): 210 BSB conducts SRO’s to G/2-15 for fuel resupply CL IV: 210 conducts SRO to G/2-15 CL V: 210 conducts SRO to G/2-15 Tasks: Integrate movement with TFIC schedules Priority of movement fwd: JSS/JCOP equipment, CL V, VII, CL IX, CL IV, CL III(B) Priority of movement rear: Medical, VII, IX G/2-15 Assets Available: 1x HEMTT Cargo 2xLHS System (T) 1x HEMAT TRLR 4x M1084 MTV w/MHE 2x HEMTT Fueler 1x HEMTT Wrecker 2x MTV Wrecker 1x 10K F/L (PREPO) 2-15 COP 2-15 BCP FOB Warrior 3 DOS Estimates • CL I: 9 pallets • CL II: 6 pallets • CL III(P): 6 pallets • CL III(B): 4,500g • CL IV / V: 12 pallets • Routes: RTE Steel / ALT RTE Gold 3 DOS Estimates • CL I: 4 pallets • CL II: 3 pallets • CL III(P): 2 pallets • CL III(B): 1,500gal • CL IV / V: 6 pallets • Routes: RTE Steel 3 DOS Estimates • CL I: 4 pallets • CL II: 3 pallets • CL III(P): 2 pallets • CL III(B): 1,500gal • CL IV / V: 6 pallets • Routes: RTE Steel

  5. 2 10 FOB WARRIOR Turan FOB SPIRIT 4 31 Route Tin Route Gold 1 89CAV PAKISTAN 2 15FA I 2STB I BSTB 1-89 CAV II FOB 2-15FA FOB II II 4-31IN TURANI 4-31IN MARGHOZ BCP Route Gold DAGARI 2-15FA SANGAN COP Route Steel FOB COP I Route Steel BATOOR SANGARI Route Steel KAKAY FOB Sangar I I BSB JANAN FB WILDERNESS Maran 210 BACHA I I 1-89 CAV BCP FB FB FB FB II HUKAM FOB FORGE 2-14 IN TOFANI 2 14 FOB 4-31IN II KHAISTA FB TURBAN Route Zinc COP 2-14 IN Tofan Route Gold KHUSHAL BCP PAKISTAN MARJANI I MARWANDI BCP FB BERMEL FB TILLMAN FOB ANVIL CL I Concept of SPT: Contracted Food Service will support FOB Warrior  Golf will provide 1xNCO, 2x92G to facilitate serving and clean-up G/2-15 will support Heat&Serve meal preparation at COP and BCP with KCLFF and 92G personnel BCT Ration Cycle is: A-M-A (UGR-HS and Contract A’s) BCT Issue Cycle is: 2-2-3 21 SBDE daily push of 12,000g Water / 400 lbs ice throughput to each FOB FOB Warrior conducts daily REFR Swap MREs will be delivered directly to FOB Warrior from Sustainment BDE replenishment Planning Factors: Water: 8g / man / day Ice: 400 lbs / FOB / day Method: Primary means is ground. ALT: Aerial delivery Tasks: Conduct daily H2O Buffalo swap at COP/BCP for water resupply BPT to sling CCL of CL I and Water: 160L water / 3 cases MRE Maintain 2 DOS MRE at Battery Level and at COP/BCP BPT Employ FAWPSS G/2-15 Assets Available: 1 x CK 1xFAWPSS 2x KCLFF 2x H2O Buffalos 2x Contracted REFR Van 2x H2O Buffalos (PREPO) 2-15 COP 2-15 BCP FOB Warrior HC: ~485 Cycle: A-M-A Method: Contract and FF P: 12x 92G AUTH E: CK / REFR Van Trans: 3 Pallets HC: ~50 Cycle: A-M-A Method: Heat&Serve P: 2x92G E: KCLFF / H2O Buffalo HC: ~25 Cycle: A-M-A Method: Heat&Serve P: 2x92G E: KCLFF / H2O Buffalo

  6. CL III (B) • Primary means of distribution is Ground via tanker • 210 BSB conducts SRO to G/2-15 • G/2-15 maintains retail fuel point at FOB Warrior • G/2-15 conduct CRO to COP and BCP • G/2-15 conducts emergency resupply when necessary • Planned Distro Operations: • 1x CRO to COP and BCP every 24hrs • Planning Factors: • Consumption estimate based on MTOE wheeled vehicle density + Prepo UAH’s • Based on average vehicle driving 25KM per day • Tasks: • Ensure bulk fuel assets at 100% capacity at completion of RSOI

  7. 2 10 FOB WARRIOR Turan FOB SPIRIT 4 31 Route Tin Route Gold 1 89CAV PAKISTAN 2 15FA I I 2STB BSTB 1-89 CAV II FOB II II 2-15FA FOB 4-31IN TURANI 4-31IN MARGHOZ BCP Route Gold DAGARI 2-15FA SANGAN COP Route Steel FOB COP I Route Steel BATOOR SANGARI Route Steel KAKAY FOB Sangar I I BSB JANAN FB WILDERNESS Maran 210 BACHA I I 1-89 CAV BCP FB FB FB FB II HUKAM FOB FORGE 2-14 IN TOFANI 2 14 FOB 4-31IN II KHAISTA FB TURBAN Route Zinc COP 2-14 IN Tofan Route Gold KHUSHAL BCP PAKISTAN MARJANI I MARWANDI BCP FB BERMEL FB TILLMAN FOB ANVIL CL II: Limited CL II available first 30 days Units must deploy with 30 DOS SSA will deploy with CL II ASL only All Btry’s will establish PBUSE connectivity within 24 hrs of arrival at FOB Warrior CL III(P): Limited CL III(P) available first 30 days No CL III(P) on SSA ASL G/2-15 deploys with 30 DOS Resupply limited CL IV: G/2-15 requests 1xBattle Position CCL and 1xTCP CCL A/210 will build CL IV CCL’s based on 2-15 requirements Throughput of CLIV is available upon request through 210 BSB SPO G/2-15 responsible for MHE and banding material CL V: A/210 will issue ABL to G/2-15 during RSOI G/2-15 will have 105mm CCL on site at FOB Warrior and Mortar CCL on site if applicable CSR: C449- 26 rds/tube/day (105mm illum)  2x105mm/FOB 52 rds/FOB/day 105 MM CCL TCP CCL Battle Position 1km Triple Strand 300 rolls c-wire 100 pickets 20 picket pounders 150 barbed wire 1,000 sandbags 31 rds/ Gun / DODIIC BTRY set Movement Req: 2 x LMTV Weight: TBD 400 rolls conc. 20 Jersey Barriers T-Barriers Barb wire Sandbags 150 rolls concertina 4 Jersey Barriers Sandbags Signs Spike Strips 6 Pallets

  8. CLIX 1. PREPO Vehicles will not be entered into SAMS Computer, only home station vehicles 2. Parts ordered against the PREPO fleet will be ordered using a DD 1348 - All PREPO part needs will go through 210 BSB SPO Maintenance - Do NOT order PREPO fleet parts in the SAMS computer 3. CLIX requests for Home Station vehicles will be processed by the SSA as normal A. If part(s) are on hand then it will be issued by the SSA and replenished on their ASL B. If part(s) are not on hand then a requisition will be forwarded through SARSS IAW SOP 4. Ensure all Battery’s are connected via PBUSE at JRTC IOT order CLIX and CLII items as necessary

  9. Peason Ridge LFX Support • Specified Task Support 2xHowitzer Sections at Peason Ridge with CLI, CLIII(B), CLIV, and CLIX for duration of LFX at JRTC • Implied Tasks: • Conduct CRO every 48 hours to provide life support • Stage 3xDOS of CLI, CLIII(B), and CLIX on site for sustainment 2. Specified Task Assign 2x92G cooks with KCLF assets to Peason Ridge IOT support CLI requirements 1. Implied Tasks: 1. Send 1xM149 Water Buffalo to Peason Ridge and conduct water buffalo exchange every 48 hours • Limitation Only 2x45B available for Howitzer Support. If 1 is dedicated at Peason Ridge, Golf will only have 1xavailable to flex across the battle space • RFI Are aerial assets available for Peason Ridge resupply?? Is the CRO to Peason Ridge a competitive move?? • Fact All CLV logistic support will be provided by CUBIC contractors on site • RFI Who is responsible for reporting ammo consumption and requirements?? Where will requisitions for additional CLV go to? What is the system?

  10. FLAMMABLENO SMOKING WITHIN 50 FEET G/2-15 Logistics Capabilities • Supply: • 1xM978, 2xM149, 1xFAWPSS, 1xCK, 1x10K Fork (PREPO) • Maintenance: • 1xM984 HEMTT WRKR, 2xM1089 MTV WRKR,3xSECM HMMWV, 1xM1087 Van • Transportation: • 1xHEMMT Cargo • 4xM1084 MTV w/MHE • 7xM1078 LMTV • 5xM1083 MTV • 2xLHS Systems (Tentative) Equipment: