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1 1 The United States Pacific Command This brief is classified: UNCLASSIFIED Deputy Command Surgeon J07 21 OCT 08

2 As of 10 Oct 08 UNCLASSIFIED 2 Outline U.S. Pacific Command Overview Plans/Operations/Exercises Health Services Logistics Support Joint Blood Program Theater Security Cooperation Why is this important? Questions

3 As of 10 Oct 08 UNCLASSIFIED 3 GEOGRAPHIC COMBATANT COMMANDS (U) The Asia-Pacific region encompasses 51% of the earths surface

4 As of 10 Oct 08 UNCLASSIFIED 4 AOR HIGHLIGHTS (U) 105M square miles 60% of Worlds Population 1/3 of U.S. Trade 6 of the Largest Armed Forces 5 of 7 U.S. Mutual Defense Treaties Over 300K U.S. Uniformed and Civilians 20% of all Active Duty U.S. Forces 100K Forward Deployed

5 As of 10 Oct 08 UNCLASSIFIED 5 OUR FORCES (U) U.S. Army Pacific –60K Soldiers and Civilians –25 th ID, Enhancement Brigades, 8 th TSC U.S. Pacific Fleet –130K Sailors and Civilians –170 ships Pacific Air Forces –40K Airman and Civilians –380 Aircraft in 9 Wings Marine Forces Pacific –70K Marines and Civilians –2 Expeditionary Forces Approximately 300,000 dependents

6 As of 10 Oct 08 UNCLASSIFIED 6 COMMAND STRUCTURE (U) Pacific Air Forces Pacific Fleet U.S. Army Pacific Pacific Fleet Pacific Air Forces Marine Corps Forces Pacific U.S. Forces Japan U.S. Forces Korea Alaskan Command Special Operations Command Pacific Joint Interagency Task Force - West Joint POW/MIA Accounting Command Asia Pacific Center for Security Studies Center of Excellence for Disaster Management and Humanitarian Assistance U.S. Pacific Command

7 As of 10 Oct 08 UNCLASSIFIED 7 AOR MAP (HIGHLIGHTS) (U) 100 Million square miles- 51% of worlds surface No Affiliation/Other Muslim Hindu Daoist Buddhist Christian 50% of Worlds Oil Supply 33% of U.S. Foreign Trade 60% of Worlds Population 100+ Ethnic Groups 100+ Dialects 39 Countries 3 of Worlds Most Populous Countries 6 of Worlds Largest Armed Forces 5 of 7 U.S. Mutual Defense Treaties Predominant Religion

8 As of 10 Oct 08 UNCLASSIFIED 8.. Midway Islands Wake Republic of Marshall Islands Howland Baker Commonwealth of Northern Marianas Guam Federated States of Micronesia Republic Of Palau.. American Samoa Hawaii Johnston Atoll Jarvis Island Palmyra Atoll Kingman Reef 3,700 miles 2,300 miles Un-Inhabited Protectorate Compact State State/Territory Inhabited Protectorate HOMELAND DEFENSE RESPONSE (U)

9 As of 10 Oct 08 UNCLASSIFIED 9 THEATER SECURITY CONCERNS (U) Taiwan Strait Kashmir Korean Peninsula

10 As of 10 Oct 08 UNCLASSIFIED 10 STRATEGIC CHOKEPOINTS (U) East China Sea Strait of Malacca Sunda Strait Lombok Strait Over 25% of the worlds trade Over 50% of the worlds oil Acts of Piracy Acts of Piracy

11 As of 10 Oct 08 UNCLASSIFIED 11 TRANSNATIONAL THREATS (U) Other Transnational Crime IllegalNarcotics Piracy Information Technology Crime IllegalMigration WeaponsProliferation Terrorism / Extremism Multiple factors create instability in the Asia-Pacific region

12 As of 10 Oct 08 UNCLASSIFIED 12 MISSION & STRATEGY (U) Taking Care of Our People Fighting to Win Responding to Crises to Crises Advancing Regional Security Cooperation Deterring Aggression Promoting Security & Peaceful Development Strategy U.S. Pacific Command, in concert with other U.S. government agencies and regional military partners, promotes security and peaceful development in the Asia- Pacific region by deterring aggression advancing regional security cooperation responding to crisis, and fighting to win Mission Our strategy is derived from our mission

13 As of 10 Oct 08 UNCLASSIFIED 13 CURRENT OPERATIONS (U) Joint Task Forces and Operations –Operation ENDURING FREEDOM-PHILIPPINES (OEF-P) –Operation DEEP FREEZE (ODF) –Operation BURNT FROST (OBF) –Joint POW/MIA Accounting Command (JPAC) –Theater Patient Movement Requirements Center–Pacific –Homeland Defense and Foreign HA/DR –Standing Joint Force Headquarters (SJFHQ) Humanitarian Assistance/Disaster Relief (HA/DR) Theater Security Cooperation Events –PACIFIC PARTNERSHIP –PACIFIC ANGEL

14 As of 10 Oct 08 UNCLASSIFIED 14 OPERATION ENDURING FREEDOM –PHILIPPINES (OEF-P) (U) OEF-P

15 As of 10 Oct 08 UNCLASSIFIED 15 OPERATION BURNT FROST (U) BURNT FROST As of 10 Oct 08

16 UNCLASSIFIED 16 JOINT POW/MIA ACCOUNTING COMMAND (JPAC) (U) As of 10 Oct 08

17 UNCLASSIFIED 17 JOINT TASK FORCES (U) Joint Task Force-Homeland Defense (JTF-HD) –Standing JTF –Ability to task-organize and rapidly expand –Domestic responsibilities for Hawaii, Guam, U.S. protectorates and compact states Contingency Support Force 503 (CSF-503) –Activated upon contingency –Responsible for foreign HA/DR in USPACOM AOR Standing Joint Force Headquarters (SJFHQ) –Designated, trained, core JTF staff –USPACOM enabler for any contingency

18 As of 10 Oct 08 UNCLASSIFIED 18 HUMANITARIAN ASSISTANCE DISASTER RELIEF (HA/DR) (U)Snowstorm Typhoons / Landslides Wildfires Earthquake Political Unrest Tropical Cyclones Earthquakes USPACOM operations epitomize lobal Response

19 As of 10 Oct 08 UNCLASSIFIED 19 EXERCISES (U) TERMINAL FURY TOPOFF NORTHERN EDGE BALIKATAN COMMANDO SLING COBRA GOLD COPE TIGER KEY RESOLVE ULCHI-FOCUS GUARDIAN LIGHTNING RESCUE KEEN EDGE YAMA SAKURA Exercises posture USPACOM for Global Readiness

20 As of 10 Oct 08 UNCLASSIFIED 20 PLANS AND OPERATIONS DIVISION (U) –An integral part of the J3 (Operations) and J5 (Plans) process –Constant presence on JOC –Adaptive Planning and Execution (APEX) Current operations Future operations Medical intelligence Medical logistics Joint Blood Program –Exercises As of 10 Oct 08

21 UNCLASSIFIED 21 HEALTH SERVICE LOGISTICS SUPPORT (HSLS) (U) Maintain liaison with component surgeons and resolve conflicts surfaced by JTF commanders Provide detailed guidance, assign tasks and develop a joint concept of operations to maximize HSLS resources Monitor JTF medical readiness to include status on patient beds, health service logistics, blood management, and functional staffing Coordinate HSLS provided to or received from allies or host nations during multinational operations Supervise activities of Area Joint Blood Program Office Advise on the disposition of captured enemy medical materiel Provide input to Annex Q, CONPLAN, OPLAN, EXORD, Exercises Provide Integrated Logistics Support in PEPFAR, TSC, HA/DR initiatives

22 As of 10 Oct 08 UNCLASSIFIED 22 PACIFIC BLOOD PROGRAM ORGANIZATION (U)

23 As of 10 Oct 08 UNCLASSIFIED 23 JOINT BLOOD PROGRAM MISSION (U) Provide coordination and management of all blood program matters in the Pacific theater which includes collection, testing, storage, and distribution of blood and blood products to meet peacetime and wartime requirementsProvide coordination and management of all blood program matters in the Pacific theater which includes collection, testing, storage, and distribution of blood and blood products to meet peacetime and wartime requirements Provide managerial and technical oversight of all DoD military blood activities within the Pacific theaterProvide managerial and technical oversight of all DoD military blood activities within the Pacific theater Evaluate Expeditionary Blood Transshipment Systems (EBTSs) and Blood Donor Centers for compliance with Armed Services Blood Program (ASBP) policiesEvaluate Expeditionary Blood Transshipment Systems (EBTSs) and Blood Donor Centers for compliance with Armed Services Blood Program (ASBP) policies Plan and execute Joint Blood Program exercisesPlan and execute Joint Blood Program exercises Coordinate and provide guidance to Area Joint Blood Program Officers (AJBPOs) to ensure that they can meet the missionCoordinate and provide guidance to Area Joint Blood Program Officers (AJBPOs) to ensure that they can meet the mission Provide technical guidance/assistance ISO Medical Theater Security ProgramProvide technical guidance/assistance ISO Medical Theater Security Program

24 As of 10 Oct 08 UNCLASSIFIED 24 Objective - Provide Combatant Command and Joint Task Force Surgeons and their staffs actionable knowledge and enhanced medical situational awareness for critical decision making Purpose - Develop a Medical focused Tailored Operational View –Decision support –Course of Action analysis –Geographic Information System (GIS) –Asset visibility –Ad Hoc Query –Authoritative reference links –Strategic planning –Contingency Planning Support Decision Making Leveraging existing success and emerging capabilities Empower commanders with Actionable Knowledge byto MEDICAL SITUATIONAL AWARENESS IN THE THEATER (MSAT)

25 As of 10 Oct 08 UNCLASSIFIED 25 U.S.INFLUENCE ACCESSTRAININGREADINESS COMPETENTCOALITIONPARTNERS l Build relationships l Drive long-term efforts to educate l Leverage IMET, APCSS, conferences, etc. l Enable forward deterrence, U.S. readiness l Support access for future contingencies l Protect Logistics Lines of Communication l Assist partners to develop real capabilities l Professional, Accountable, Respected l Improve combined operations for CT, Transnational Threats, PKO TSC PILLARS (U)

26 As of 10 Oct 08 UNCLASSIFIED 26 $12M funding (OHDACA, APRI, IMET, and Components) 120 Medical TSC activities planned for FY08 –Engagement Priorities: HA/DR, AI/PI, HIV/AIDS and Public Health 90 proposals engage 16 valued AOR partners –Engagement Priorities: Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam, Indonesia, Thailand TSC MEDICAL STRATEGY (U)

27 As of 10 Oct 08 UNCLASSIFIED 27 PACIFIC PARTNERSHIP 2008 (U) ANCILLARY SUPPORT ANCILLARY SUPPORT SURGICAL SERVICES SURGICAL SERVICES CLINICAL ENGINEERING MEDICAL SERVICES MEDICAL SERVICES SUBJECT MATTER EXPERT EXCHANGE SUBJECT MATTER EXPERT EXCHANGE PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICES PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICES VETERINARY SERVICES VETERINARY SERVICES COMMUNITY RELATIONS COMMUNITY RELATIONS USNS MERCY configured for HA/DR

28 As of 10 Oct 08 UNCLASSIFIED 28 PACIFIC PARTNERSHIP 2008 Transit Plan (U) San Diego DEP - 01 MAY ARR - 25 SEP Pearl Harbor Westbound: 8-12 May Eastbound: Sep Singapore Jul Nha Trang, Vietnam 11 Day Mission Jun Dili, Timor-Leste 13 Day Mission Jul Darwin, AS Jul 148 Day Deployment TSCP/HCA 65 days Underway 56 days Port Visits/Other 27 days Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea 13 Day Mission Aug Guam Westbound: May Eastbound: Sep Manila, Philippines Jun Chuuk, Micronesia 10 Day Mission Aug Cotabato, Philippines 14 Day Mission 28 May-11 Jun Samar, Philippines 13 Jun

29 As of 10 Oct 08 UNCLASSIFIED 29 PACIFIC ANGEL 2008 (U) May 08 Cambodia –Simultaneous MED/DEN/VETCAP and SMEE operations at 3 sites Thailand –Aeromedical Evacuation SMEE with Royal Thai AF Total Force operation –85 Guard, Reserve, and Active Duty Army and AF 6880 Patients treated 1262 Animals treated 110 SMEE participants

30 As of 10 Oct 08 UNCLASSIFIED 30 DEFENSE HIV/AIDS PREVENTION PROGRAMS (DHAPP) & PRESIDENTS EMERGENCY PROGRAM FOR AIDS RESEARCH (PEPFAR) (U) PEPFARDHAPP FY08 Funding$7.3M$1.053M New Program Proposals CambodiaBangladesh Laos Established Programs Indonesia (since 2005) India (since 2003) Vietnam (since 2003) Nepal (since 2006) Timor-Leste (since 2005) Papua New Guinea (since 2005) Thailand (Regional Training Center)

31 As of 10 Oct 08 UNCLASSIFIED 31 Why is this important to this audience? Unique Command relationship with Army and Navy Medical Treatment Facilities Command relationship with Air Force Medical Treatment Facilities and personnel Personnel movements within the AOR Combat multiplier Winning the hearts and minds

32 As of 10 Oct 08 UNCLASSIFIED 32 CONCLUSION (U) The Asia-Pacific region is vast and complex USPACOM operations epitomize global response USPACOM exercises, training, and engagement embody global readiness USPACOM supports the U.S. National Security Strategy by promoting peace and stability in the Asia-Pacific region

33 As of 10 Oct 08 UNCLASSIFIED 33 QUESTIONS (U)


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