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  1. Force Packaging< < L20 > >

  2. Overview • Force Packaging • Process of Force Packaging • Detached Support • Developing Packages

  3. What is Force Packaging? The integration of different air and space systems, each performing diverse functions of air and space power, to achieve the desired effects of a mission. • Air and space power, producing synergistic effects. • A well-coordinated force, exceeding the effects of forces employed individually. • Each member of the team, carrying out a specific mission role based on unique system capabilities.

  4. Developing Packages • Given target, determine desired effect • Choose weapon for effect and compatible platforms to deliver weapons • Identify threats and plan to counter them • Coordinate detached support for package routing

  5. Determine Effect • Given chosen target and possible aim points, match compatible weapons for target aim point characteristics to achieve desired effect • Hard Targets (Bunker) – Laser Guided Bomb (LGB) • Soft Targets (Trucks) – General Purpose (GP) Bombs • Area Targets (Infantry) – Cluster Bomb Unit (CBU) • Point Targets (Bridge) – LGB

  6. Choose Weapon • Which weapon is needed to cause desired effect • Analysis of target characteristics and effect • What aircraft can deliver that munition • What are that aircraft system’s limitations (range, sensors, airspeed) • Determine sufficient quantity of weapons to achieve desired effect • Number and type of compatible primary aircraft with compatible SCL

  7. Key Terms • Standard Conventional Load (SCL) • a basic weapons load combination for specific aircraft platform • Battle Damage Assessment (BDA) • the determination of effects achieved, based on ISR

  8. Key Terms • Rendezvous Point • point at which all aircraft in a package meet prior to mission execution • Ingress Route • route a strike package will use to enter into enemy territory • Egress Route • route a strike package will use to exit enemy territory • Split Point • point at which packaged aircraft separate after they have completed a mission (also Scatter)

  9. Identify Threats • What special counter-air systems can make up for primary aircraft limitations? • What counter-air systems can counter the enemy threat? • Is the threat a target that another package can attack? • How will strike planning (night, attack altitude) neutralize threat capability?

  10. Detached Support • Aerial Refueling • Navigation and Positioning • Communications Command and Control (C3) • Weather • Intelligence, Surveillance, & Reconnaissance (C4ISR) • Combat Search and Rescue (CSAR)

  11. Coordinating Detached Support • Force Package enablers • Air Refueling (AR) • C3 (Situational Awareness – SA) • ISR (BDA) • Rendezvous, Split, Ingress, Egress points • Sequencing • SEAD—>Counter Air—>Strike—>BDA • AR - Pre-Strike and/or Post-Strike • High Demand/Low Density (HD/LD) • Support multiple force packages (if properly planned and coordinated)

  12. Detached Support • Aerial Refueling • Navigation and Positioning • Communications Command and Control (C3) • Weather • Intelligence, Surveillance, & Reconnaissance (C4ISR) • Combat Search and Rescue (CSAR)

  13. Developing Effective Packages • Decide the desired effect for the chosen target • Choose weapon that can best achieve the desired effect • Determine what system can deliver that weapon • Identify system limitations • Integrate systems to compensate for those limitations • Define the enemy threat • Identify systems that can counter that threat • Threat may be a target that another package can attack • Add necessary support elements • Refueling, ISR, etc. • Position and sequence all necessary parts • Routing: Rendezvous Point, Split Point, Ingress and Egress Routes

  14. Ingress Point Split Point Egress Point Rendezvous Point

  15. Basic Recommended Actions • Establish C2 • Degrade enemy C2 • Neutralize enemy air defense • Deny the enemy use of space • Neutralize enemy fighters in enemy territory • Provide air defense over friendly territory • Extend range and endurance of friendly air ops • Provide additional support as required

  16. Summary • Force Packaging • Process of Force Packaging • Detached Support • Developing Packages

  17. Questions ? ? ?

  18. Homework • Prepare for Lesson 22 • USPACOM