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  1. “Lead Nation” CJTF Combined Logistics Planning COALITION AIR FORCE COALITION ARMY CJTF COALITION NAVY COALITION MARINE CORPS

  2. Logistics defined Logistic Planning Logistic Support Concept Summary What is Logistics?

  3. “Logistics is the practical art of moving armies and keeping them supplied… Jomini. What is Logistics?

  4. THE SCIENCE OF PLANNING AND CARRYING OUT THE MOVEMENT AND MAINTENANCE OF FORCES. LOGISTICS DOCTRINAL DEFINITION: JOINT PUB 1-02

  5. THE SCIENCE OF PLANNING AND CARRYING OUT, BY A FORCE COMMANDER AND STAFF, LOGISTIC OPERATIONS TO SUPPORT THE PROTECTION, MOVEMENT, MANEUVER , FIREPOWER, AND SUSTAINMENT OF OPERATING FORCES OF TWO OR MORE SERVICESOF THE SAME NATION. COMBINED LOGISTICS DOCTRINAL DEFINITION: JOINT PUB 1-02

  6. THE ART OF GETTING THE RIGHT AMOUNT OF THE RIGHT THING TO THE RIGHT PLACE AT THE RIGHT TIME TO ACCOMPLISH THE MISSION. OR COMBINED/JOINT LOGISTICS PROVIDES THE RESOURCES TO ENABLE THE COMMANDER TO CONDUCT SUCCESSFUL COMBINED/JOINT FORCE OPERATIONS. COMBINED LOGISTICS COMMON SENSE DEFINITIONS:

  7. SUPPLY MAINTENANCE SERVICES MOVEMENT HEALTH SERVICES ENGINEERING COMBINED LOGISTICS FUNCTIONAL PARTS OF LOGISTICS

  8. FOOD WATER FUEL AMMUNITION REPAIR PART MAJOR END ITEMS CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS MEDICAL SUPPLIES COMBINED LOGISTICS SUPPLY

  9. EQUIPMENT DEPENDENT NATION DEPENDENT PLANNED PREVENTITIVE MAINTENANCE REPAIR COMBINED LOGISTICS MAINTENANCE

  10. INTRA AND INTER THEATER CJTF AREA OF RESPONSIBILITY DEFINES AIR, SEA AND GROUND TRANSPORT PORT, AIRFIELD, RAIL AND ROAD CONDITIONS MOVEMENT CONTROL ORGANIZATIONS COMBINED LOGISTICS MOVEMENT

  11. MEDICAL EMERGENT, PREVENTIVE AND ROUTINE CARE DENTAL MEDICAL REGULATING PLAN COMBINED LOGISTICS HEALTH SERVICES

  12. SURVIVABILITY - FORCE PROTECTION MOBILITY - HORIZONTAL CONSTRUCTION FOR PORTS, AIRFIELDS, RAILROADS AND ROADS GENERAL ENGINEERING VERTICAL CONSTRUCTION - REPAIR/BUILD FACILITIES AND SHELTERS POTABLE WATER PRODUCTION ELECTRIC POWER GENERATION/DISTRIBUTION COMBINED LOGISTICS ENGINEERING

  13. DECEDENT AND MORTUARY AFFAIRS POSTAL FINANCIAL OTHER SERVICES AS DETERMINED BY THE SITUATION COMBINED LOGISTICS SERVICES

  14. Concept of Logistic Support: Levels of Support Strategic Operational • Mobilization • Acquisition • Stockpile / Prepo • Strat. Mobility • RSO & I • LOG Support • Movement / Distribution • Facilities Engineering • Health Services Tactical • Man • Arm • Fuel • Fix • Move • Sustain • CINC CJTF

  15. The LOGISTICS CONTINUUM STRATEGIC LOGISTICS SUPPORT: • Combatant Commanders blend support from the strategic national to the operational levels. • Players: the NCA, • the DoD and Defense • Agencies, the JCS, and • the Functional CINCs.

  16. The LOGISTICS CONTINUUM OPERATIONAL LOGISTICS SUPPORT: • JTF Commanders blend support from the strategic theater to the tactical levels. • The service components • are normally responsible for • their own support. • Players: Service Components (Corps, Fleets, MEFs, and Numbered Air Forces)

  17. The LOGISTICS CONTINUUM TACTICAL LOGISTICS SUPPORT : • JTF Commanders blend support from the operational to the tactical level. • Subordinate service components are normally responsible for their logistics support. • Players: Service’s Tactical Units (Divisions, CVBGs, Wings, MEUs)

  18. LOGISTICS AUTHORITY • Directive Authority • For Logistics COMBATANT COMMANDER’S LOGISTICS AUTHORITY , INCLUDES THE AUTHORITY TO ISSUE DIRECTIVES TO ENSURE THE EFFECTIVE EXECUTION OF APPROVED OPERATIONS PLANS, THE EFFECTIVENESS AND ECONOMY OF OPERATIONS, AND THE PREVENTION OR ELIMINATION OF UNNECESSARY DUPLICATION OF FACILITIES AND OVERLAPPING OF FUNCTIONS AMONG THE SERVICES.

  19. C/JTF LOGISTICS OPERATIONAL SUPPORT Thought from the Past “I don’t know what the hell this ‘logistics’ is that Marshall is always talking about, but I want some of it.” Fleet Admiral King 1942

  20. LOGISTICS PLANNING MUST BE INTEGRATED WITH OPERATIONS PLANNING COMBINED FORCE CDR ESTABLISHES AND PRIORITIZES RQMTS US COMBATANT COMMANDER MAY DELEGATE DIRECTIVE AUTHORITY FOR LOGISTICS TO THE JOINT FORCE CDR LOGISTICS PLANNING AND ANALYSIS PARALLELS THE MILITARY DECISION MAKING PROCESS OPERATIONAL LOGISTIC SUPPORT PLANNING • A REAL KNOWLEDGE OF SUPPLY AND MOVEMENT FACTORS MUST BE THE BASIS OF EVERY LEADR’S PLAN; ONLY THEN CAN HE KNOW WHEN AND HOW TO TAKE RISKS, AND CAMPAIGNS ARE WON BY TAKING RISK… NAPOLEON

  21. LOGISTICAL INTELLEGENC PREPARATION OF THE BATTLEFIELD PORTS ROADS. AIRFIELDS. RAILROADS MARSHALLING AREAS, HOSPITALS, FACILITIES LOGISTIC SITUATIONAL AWARENESS HEALTH ASPECTS OF THE TERRAIN CULTURAL ASPECTS OF THE AREA, WEATHER WATER, FUEL AND ELECTRICAL POWER ASSETS

  22. OPERATIONAL SUPPORT Operational Logistics Factors • Mission / Enemy / Terrain • Troops - Time (METT-T) • Composition of the Force • Logistics Capabilities • Host Nation Support and Local • Factors

  23. Logistics Analysis Command Relationships / Authorities Requirements vs Capabilities Analysis:- Functional Review (Supply / Services / Engineering) - Logistics Support Options - Shortfall Mitigation LOGISTICS PLANNING DETERMINE KNOWN FACTS: MISSION ANALYSIS

  24. Movement Status on APOD / SPOD / LOCs Trans Assets and Support Equipment Supply and Service Critical Supplies Agreements (HNS / IAs / ISSAs) Engineering Construction Standards and Policies Construction Materiel Suppliers LOGISTICS PLANNING DETERMINE KNOWN FACTS: MISSION ANALYSIS

  25. Movement Sufficient Lift Availability Infrastructure / HNS Availability Supply and Service WRM / Stockpile Release Resupply / Supply Buildup Engineering Construction Equipment and Materiel Fire Protection LOGISTICS PLANNING ASSUMPTIONS: MISSION ANALYSIS

  26. Movement Time / Distance and Weather Access / Diplomatic Clearances / Enroute Support Supply and Service Agreements ( ISSAs, ACSAs, IAs, MOIs) Facility Limitations Engineering Engineering Equipment and Facilities Topographic Support LOGISTICS PLANNING IDENTIFY LIMITATIONS: MISSION ANALYSIS

  27. PARTING THOUGHT..... LOGISTICS IS THE BRIDGE CONNECTING A NATION’S ECONOMY TO A NATION’S HUMANITARIAN ASSISTANCE PROGRAM. IT IS THE FOUNDATION OF ANY HUMANITARIAN ASSISTANCE EFFORT! JOINT PUB 4.0