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1 Multinational Planning Augmentation Team (MPAT) Facilitating the Planning Process MPAT TEMPEST EXPRESS-4 CTF Staff Planning Workshop Singapore, August 2002

2 A cadre of military planners from nations with Asia-Pacific interests capable of rapidly augmenting a Multinational Force Headquarters established to plan and execute multinational coalition operations in response to military operations other than war (MOOTW) / small scale contingencies (SSC). Multinational Planning Augmentation Team (MPAT)

3 Practice Coalition Task Force (CTF) activation, forming, and Crisis Action Planning (CAP) at the operational levelPractice Coalition Task Force (CTF) activation, forming, and Crisis Action Planning (CAP) at the operational level Utilize Peace Keeping Scenario as background for staff planningUtilize Peace Keeping Scenario as background for staff planning Prepare CTF Commanders Estimate (Workshop deliverable)Prepare CTF Commanders Estimate (Workshop deliverable) Build habitual relationships among multinational MPAT plannersBuild habitual relationships among multinational MPAT planners Familiarize participants with MNF SOP especially MOOTW missions and principlesFamiliarize participants with MNF SOP especially MOOTW missions and principles Practice Coalition Task Force (CTF) activation, forming, and Crisis Action Planning (CAP) at the operational levelPractice Coalition Task Force (CTF) activation, forming, and Crisis Action Planning (CAP) at the operational level Utilize Peace Keeping Scenario as background for staff planningUtilize Peace Keeping Scenario as background for staff planning Prepare CTF Commanders Estimate (Workshop deliverable)Prepare CTF Commanders Estimate (Workshop deliverable) Build habitual relationships among multinational MPAT plannersBuild habitual relationships among multinational MPAT planners Familiarize participants with MNF SOP especially MOOTW missions and principlesFamiliarize participants with MNF SOP especially MOOTW missions and principles Staff Planning Workshop Goals & Objectives Staff Planning Workshop Goals & Objectives

4 Participants (135 personnel)Participants (135 personnel) –MPAT (48 personnel) –SAF (35) Lead nation designated CTF headquarters staffLead nation designated CTF headquarters staff CTF Commander, COS and othersCTF Commander, COS and others –U.S. (40) Deployable Joint Task Force Augmentation Cell (DJTFAC) / MPATDeployable Joint Task Force Augmentation Cell (DJTFAC) / MPAT PACOM Contractors and J08 Exercise SupportPACOM Contractors and J08 Exercise Support Other (J5, JICPAC, I-Corps, ALCOM, West Point) -9Other (J5, JICPAC, I-Corps, ALCOM, West Point) -9 –UN / IO / NGO (4) United Nations (OCHA, HCR)United Nations (OCHA, HCR) International Committee Red Cross / Red Crescent (ICRC)International Committee Red Cross / Red Crescent (ICRC) Selected NGOsSelected NGOs –CARE –Other Peace Operations Subject Matter Experts (8) Senior Mentor (retired force commander)Senior Mentor (retired force commander) Center of Excellence Disaster Management Humanitarian Assistance (COE DMHA)Center of Excellence Disaster Management Humanitarian Assistance (COE DMHA) SHIRBRIGSHIRBRIG Pearson Peacekeeping Centre CanadaPearson Peacekeeping Centre Canada Participants (135 personnel)Participants (135 personnel) –MPAT (48 personnel) –SAF (35) Lead nation designated CTF headquarters staffLead nation designated CTF headquarters staff CTF Commander, COS and othersCTF Commander, COS and others –U.S. (40) Deployable Joint Task Force Augmentation Cell (DJTFAC) / MPATDeployable Joint Task Force Augmentation Cell (DJTFAC) / MPAT PACOM Contractors and J08 Exercise SupportPACOM Contractors and J08 Exercise Support Other (J5, JICPAC, I-Corps, ALCOM, West Point) -9Other (J5, JICPAC, I-Corps, ALCOM, West Point) -9 –UN / IO / NGO (4) United Nations (OCHA, HCR)United Nations (OCHA, HCR) International Committee Red Cross / Red Crescent (ICRC)International Committee Red Cross / Red Crescent (ICRC) Selected NGOsSelected NGOs –CARE –Other Peace Operations Subject Matter Experts (8) Senior Mentor (retired force commander)Senior Mentor (retired force commander) Center of Excellence Disaster Management Humanitarian Assistance (COE DMHA)Center of Excellence Disaster Management Humanitarian Assistance (COE DMHA) SHIRBRIGSHIRBRIG Pearson Peacekeeping Centre CanadaPearson Peacekeeping Centre Canada PARTICIPANTSPARTICIPANTS

5 AustraliaBangladesh Brunei- First MPAT Event CanadaFijiFranceIndonesiaJapanMalaysiaMaldivesMauritiusMongoliaAustraliaBangladesh CanadaFijiFranceIndonesiaJapanMalaysiaMaldivesMauritiusMongolia New Zealand Philippines Papua New Guinea Sri Lanka SingaporeThailandTonga United Kingdom United States Vanuatu Vietnam- First MPAT Event Sweden- Providing CATSTYR Computer Model-Simulation Wargaming Support with PACOM J08 Wargaming Support with PACOM J08 24 PARTICIPATING COUNTRIES

6 ACADEMICS PRACTICAL EXERCISE (COA ANALYSIS) ACADEMICS PRACTICAL EXERCISE (COA ANALYSIS & COMPARISON) PRACTICAL EXERCISE (STAFF ESTIMATE DEVMT) AAR / CC ACADEMICS PRACTICAL EXERCISE (MISSION ANALYSIS) Scenario BRF ACADEMICS PRACTICAL EXERCISE (COA DEVELOP- MENT) Initial COA BRIEF Mon 19 Aug Tue 20 Aug Wed 21 Aug Thur 22 Aug Fri 23 Aug Orientation & CTF Forming SAF Hosted Cultural Activity & Dinner Ice Breaker Open Cer. ACADEMICS Mission Analysis Brief COA Decision Brief Sun 18 Aug CTF Staff Planning Workshop Singapore August 2002

7 AAR Team CECG 3 X CPG Co-Leaders Tech Control/ Network Management Commander, Coalition Task Force (CCTF) SAF: COL KC Tan US: Col Keith Ferrell SAF: MG Tan Huck Gim SAF: LTC Deep Singh US: Mr. John Miller US: Mr. Jason Lewis SAF: LTC Alex Lee US: Mr. Ron Marvin ADMIN SAF: Mr Ricky Soh US: Mr. Jason Lewis US: Mr. Jason Lewis Chief of Staff (COS) SAF: COL Mark Koh Deputy Commander, CTF (DCCTF) US: COL Naj Sweeney TE-4 Deputy Directors TE-4 Directors SAF: LTC Deep Singh US: CDR Bob Wohlschlegel PARTICIPANT CMD & CONTROL AND TE-4 CONTROL TEAM

8 MPAT TE-4 Singapore August 2002 MPAT TE-4 Singapore August 2002 SCENARIO

9 GEOGRAPHYGEOGRAPHY TINDORO AUSTRALIA SAMAGALAND

10 Eastern Australasian continent and northern Tindoro IslandEastern Australasian continent and northern Tindoro Island Population 13,895,000; heavily urbanizedPopulation 13,895,000; heavily urbanized Self sufficient in foodSelf sufficient in food Major exporter of wheat, dairy, woolMajor exporter of wheat, dairy, wool Substantial Industrial baseSubstantial Industrial base Jan-Feb: 20 degrees C (68 degrees F)Jan-Feb: 20 degrees C (68 degrees F) Jun-Jul: 10 degrees C (50 degrees F)Jun-Jul: 10 degrees C (50 degrees F) Federal parliamentary democracyFederal parliamentary democracy Eastern Australasian continent and northern Tindoro IslandEastern Australasian continent and northern Tindoro Island Population 13,895,000; heavily urbanizedPopulation 13,895,000; heavily urbanized Self sufficient in foodSelf sufficient in food Major exporter of wheat, dairy, woolMajor exporter of wheat, dairy, wool Substantial Industrial baseSubstantial Industrial base Jan-Feb: 20 degrees C (68 degrees F)Jan-Feb: 20 degrees C (68 degrees F) Jun-Jul: 10 degrees C (50 degrees F)Jun-Jul: 10 degrees C (50 degrees F) Federal parliamentary democracyFederal parliamentary democracy SAMAGALANDSAMAGALAND

11 One of four provinces of SamagalandOne of four provinces of Samagaland Area: 27,800 sq km (10,500 sq mi)Area: 27,800 sq km (10,500 sq mi) Mountainous with large coastal plain in northwestMountainous with large coastal plain in northwest Population: 115,000Population: 115,000 Capital and major city: LauncestonCapital and major city: Launceston Economic mainstay: farming, some industryEconomic mainstay: farming, some industry Hydroelectric powerHydroelectric power Federal parliamentary democracyFederal parliamentary democracy One of four provinces of SamagalandOne of four provinces of Samagaland Area: 27,800 sq km (10,500 sq mi)Area: 27,800 sq km (10,500 sq mi) Mountainous with large coastal plain in northwestMountainous with large coastal plain in northwest Population: 115,000Population: 115,000 Capital and major city: LauncestonCapital and major city: Launceston Economic mainstay: farming, some industryEconomic mainstay: farming, some industry Hydroelectric powerHydroelectric power Federal parliamentary democracyFederal parliamentary democracy SAMAGALAND NORTH TINDORO

12 Covers south and eastern portion of islandCovers south and eastern portion of island Area: 40,700 sq km (15,700 sq mi)Area: 40,700 sq km (15,700 sq mi) Mountainous with small coastal plain in northeastMountainous with small coastal plain in northeast Population: 345,000Population: 345,000 Capital and major city: HobartCapital and major city: Hobart Economic mainstay: farming, some industry and tourismEconomic mainstay: farming, some industry and tourism Hydroelectric powerHydroelectric power Federal parliamentary democracyFederal parliamentary democracy Covers south and eastern portion of islandCovers south and eastern portion of island Area: 40,700 sq km (15,700 sq mi)Area: 40,700 sq km (15,700 sq mi) Mountainous with small coastal plain in northeastMountainous with small coastal plain in northeast Population: 345,000Population: 345,000 Capital and major city: HobartCapital and major city: Hobart Economic mainstay: farming, some industry and tourismEconomic mainstay: farming, some industry and tourism Hydroelectric powerHydroelectric power Federal parliamentary democracyFederal parliamentary democracy SOUTH TINDORO

13 ROAD TO CRISIS English Settlement Tindoro Independence De Facto North & South Tindoro Samagaland Intervention Samagaland Unifies Tindoro San Francisco Agreement Return of Elected Government New Elections Crisis and Deployment of UNMOG Colonial Period Civil War Samagaland Occupation UN Involvement Independence

14 BORDER- SAN FRANCISCO AGREEMENT

15 2001 CRISIS Elements within Samagaland claim South Tindoro is part of their territoryElements within Samagaland claim South Tindoro is part of their territory UN Resolution guarantees self-determination for South TindoroUN Resolution guarantees self-determination for South Tindoro Demonstrations and violence erupt, reminiscent of 1956 events that led to the Samagaland occupation of South TindoroDemonstrations and violence erupt, reminiscent of 1956 events that led to the Samagaland occupation of South Tindoro Samagaland begins initial deployment of combat units to North TindoroSamagaland begins initial deployment of combat units to North Tindoro Humanitarian conditions deteriorateHumanitarian conditions deteriorate South Tindoro and Samagaland leadership open dialogue to contain crisisSouth Tindoro and Samagaland leadership open dialogue to contain crisis Temasek Agreement signed to settle disputeTemasek Agreement signed to settle dispute UN Resolution 136 authorizes deployment of UN Military Observer Group.UN Resolution 136 authorizes deployment of UN Military Observer Group. Elements within Samagaland claim South Tindoro is part of their territoryElements within Samagaland claim South Tindoro is part of their territory UN Resolution guarantees self-determination for South TindoroUN Resolution guarantees self-determination for South Tindoro Demonstrations and violence erupt, reminiscent of 1956 events that led to the Samagaland occupation of South TindoroDemonstrations and violence erupt, reminiscent of 1956 events that led to the Samagaland occupation of South Tindoro Samagaland begins initial deployment of combat units to North TindoroSamagaland begins initial deployment of combat units to North Tindoro Humanitarian conditions deteriorateHumanitarian conditions deteriorate South Tindoro and Samagaland leadership open dialogue to contain crisisSouth Tindoro and Samagaland leadership open dialogue to contain crisis Temasek Agreement signed to settle disputeTemasek Agreement signed to settle dispute UN Resolution 136 authorizes deployment of UN Military Observer Group.UN Resolution 136 authorizes deployment of UN Military Observer Group.

16 Negotiations held under chairmanship of UN Special Envoy, Mr. Lee Thong Ng (Singapore)Negotiations held under chairmanship of UN Special Envoy, Mr. Lee Thong Ng (Singapore) Parties agree to cessation of hostilitiesParties agree to cessation of hostilities New border established between North and South TindoroNew border established between North and South Tindoro –North Tindoro remains province of Samagaland –South Tindoro remains independent –Fingal enclave integrated into South Tindoro –Queenstown district now part of North Tindoro Joint Commission to be formed to oversee cease-fire and supervise the agreementJoint Commission to be formed to oversee cease-fire and supervise the agreement Negotiations held under chairmanship of UN Special Envoy, Mr. Lee Thong Ng (Singapore)Negotiations held under chairmanship of UN Special Envoy, Mr. Lee Thong Ng (Singapore) Parties agree to cessation of hostilitiesParties agree to cessation of hostilities New border established between North and South TindoroNew border established between North and South Tindoro –North Tindoro remains province of Samagaland –South Tindoro remains independent –Fingal enclave integrated into South Tindoro –Queenstown district now part of North Tindoro Joint Commission to be formed to oversee cease-fire and supervise the agreementJoint Commission to be formed to oversee cease-fire and supervise the agreement TEMASEK AGREEMENT 10 Nov 01

17 NEW BORDER- TEMASEK AGREEMENT

18 Acting under Ch VI of UN CharterActing under Ch VI of UN Charter Establishes UN Military Observer Group (UNMOG) to assure implementation of Temasek AgreementEstablishes UN Military Observer Group (UNMOG) to assure implementation of Temasek Agreement UNMOS authorized maximum 300 observersUNMOS authorized maximum 300 observers Chief Military Observer (CMO)-COL Manuel Suarez (Brazil)Chief Military Observer (CMO)-COL Manuel Suarez (Brazil) Keeps other options openKeeps other options open Acting under Ch VI of UN CharterActing under Ch VI of UN Charter Establishes UN Military Observer Group (UNMOG) to assure implementation of Temasek AgreementEstablishes UN Military Observer Group (UNMOG) to assure implementation of Temasek Agreement UNMOS authorized maximum 300 observersUNMOS authorized maximum 300 observers Chief Military Observer (CMO)-COL Manuel Suarez (Brazil)Chief Military Observer (CMO)-COL Manuel Suarez (Brazil) Keeps other options openKeeps other options open UN RESOLUTION Nov 01

19 Crisis develops and escalates to level that exceeds UNMOG mission and capabilities and causes the collapse of the military observer missionCrisis develops and escalates to level that exceeds UNMOG mission and capabilities and causes the collapse of the military observer mission CMO recommends deployment of a UN sanctioned Multinational Force (MNF) to contain the situationCMO recommends deployment of a UN sanctioned Multinational Force (MNF) to contain the situation Samagaland and S. Tindoro leaders open dialogue to consider CMO recommendation and other actions to resolve crisisSamagaland and S. Tindoro leaders open dialogue to consider CMO recommendation and other actions to resolve crisis Samagaland and S. Tindoro agree on Singapore to lead the peace effortSamagaland and S. Tindoro agree on Singapore to lead the peace effort Crisis develops and escalates to level that exceeds UNMOG mission and capabilities and causes the collapse of the military observer missionCrisis develops and escalates to level that exceeds UNMOG mission and capabilities and causes the collapse of the military observer mission CMO recommends deployment of a UN sanctioned Multinational Force (MNF) to contain the situationCMO recommends deployment of a UN sanctioned Multinational Force (MNF) to contain the situation Samagaland and S. Tindoro leaders open dialogue to consider CMO recommendation and other actions to resolve crisisSamagaland and S. Tindoro leaders open dialogue to consider CMO recommendation and other actions to resolve crisis Samagaland and S. Tindoro agree on Singapore to lead the peace effortSamagaland and S. Tindoro agree on Singapore to lead the peace effort EVENTS LEADING TO CURRENT CRISIS Feb-May 02

20 Singapore assessment recommends following:Singapore assessment recommends following: – Replacement of UNMOG with MNF (up to Division size) to keep factions separate – Facilitate Humanitarian Assistance (HA) – Facilitate return of Displaced Persons (DP) – Conduct Information Operations – Assist police training UNSC Resolution 147 sanctions deployment of MNF led by SingaporeUNSC Resolution 147 sanctions deployment of MNF led by Singapore UN Secretary-General appoints Mr. Lee Thong Ng (Singapore) as Special Representative of the Secretary General (SRSG) to oversee HA, police training and public administrationUN Secretary-General appoints Mr. Lee Thong Ng (Singapore) as Special Representative of the Secretary General (SRSG) to oversee HA, police training and public administration Singapore assessment recommends following:Singapore assessment recommends following: – Replacement of UNMOG with MNF (up to Division size) to keep factions separate – Facilitate Humanitarian Assistance (HA) – Facilitate return of Displaced Persons (DP) – Conduct Information Operations – Assist police training UNSC Resolution 147 sanctions deployment of MNF led by SingaporeUNSC Resolution 147 sanctions deployment of MNF led by Singapore UN Secretary-General appoints Mr. Lee Thong Ng (Singapore) as Special Representative of the Secretary General (SRSG) to oversee HA, police training and public administrationUN Secretary-General appoints Mr. Lee Thong Ng (Singapore) as Special Representative of the Secretary General (SRSG) to oversee HA, police training and public administration EVENTS LEADING TO CURRENT CRISIS (continued) Feb-May 02

21 Conducted by Singapore Joint Staff and SRSG-and Lee Thong NgConducted by Singapore Joint Staff and SRSG-and Lee Thong Ng Disruptive activities by both sides continueDisruptive activities by both sides continue Breakdown in cease fire; some inter-Tindoro terrorist activitiesBreakdown in cease fire; some inter-Tindoro terrorist activities Growing displaced populationGrowing displaced population Damaged infrastructureDamaged infrastructure Humanitarian assistance efforts threatenedHumanitarian assistance efforts threatened Conducted by Singapore Joint Staff and SRSG-and Lee Thong NgConducted by Singapore Joint Staff and SRSG-and Lee Thong Ng Disruptive activities by both sides continueDisruptive activities by both sides continue Breakdown in cease fire; some inter-Tindoro terrorist activitiesBreakdown in cease fire; some inter-Tindoro terrorist activities Growing displaced populationGrowing displaced population Damaged infrastructureDamaged infrastructure Humanitarian assistance efforts threatenedHumanitarian assistance efforts threatened SINGAPORE ASSESSMENT 10 May 02

22 UN Security Council sanctions missionUN Security Council sanctions mission Resolution accepts Singapore as lead nation for MNFResolution accepts Singapore as lead nation for MNF Main tasks are: separation of factions, facilitation HA and return of DPs, police training and conduct of Information Operations campaignMain tasks are: separation of factions, facilitation HA and return of DPs, police training and conduct of Information Operations campaign UN Security Council sanctions missionUN Security Council sanctions mission Resolution accepts Singapore as lead nation for MNFResolution accepts Singapore as lead nation for MNF Main tasks are: separation of factions, facilitation HA and return of DPs, police training and conduct of Information Operations campaignMain tasks are: separation of factions, facilitation HA and return of DPs, police training and conduct of Information Operations campaign UNSC RESOLUTION MAY 02

23 Stabilize areas of conflict in North & South TindoroStabilize areas of conflict in North & South Tindoro Create conditions necessary for secure/stable environment and to facilitate compliance with Temasek AgreementCreate conditions necessary for secure/stable environment and to facilitate compliance with Temasek Agreement Coordinate with and support SRSG in his effortsCoordinate with and support SRSG in his efforts Ensure Coalition Task Force has sufficient capability to defend self and accomplish tasksEnsure Coalition Task Force has sufficient capability to defend self and accomplish tasks Develop appropriate ROEDevelop appropriate ROE Ensure SOFAs with all nationsEnsure SOFAs with all nations Stabilize areas of conflict in North & South TindoroStabilize areas of conflict in North & South Tindoro Create conditions necessary for secure/stable environment and to facilitate compliance with Temasek AgreementCreate conditions necessary for secure/stable environment and to facilitate compliance with Temasek Agreement Coordinate with and support SRSG in his effortsCoordinate with and support SRSG in his efforts Ensure Coalition Task Force has sufficient capability to defend self and accomplish tasksEnsure Coalition Task Force has sufficient capability to defend self and accomplish tasks Develop appropriate ROEDevelop appropriate ROE Ensure SOFAs with all nationsEnsure SOFAs with all nations UN GUIDANCE TO SINGAPORE AS LEAD NATION MAY 02

24 Singapore working with other countries to finalize contributions of forces and resourcesSingapore working with other countries to finalize contributions of forces and resources Singapore recommends TCC forces be OPCON to CCTF and self sustainable for first six monthsSingapore recommends TCC forces be OPCON to CCTF and self sustainable for first six months Singapore opens dialogue with key Non Governmental Organizations/International Organizations (NGOs/IOs)Singapore opens dialogue with key Non Governmental Organizations/International Organizations (NGOs/IOs) Singapore working with other countries to finalize contributions of forces and resourcesSingapore working with other countries to finalize contributions of forces and resources Singapore recommends TCC forces be OPCON to CCTF and self sustainable for first six monthsSingapore recommends TCC forces be OPCON to CCTF and self sustainable for first six months Singapore opens dialogue with key Non Governmental Organizations/International Organizations (NGOs/IOs)Singapore opens dialogue with key Non Governmental Organizations/International Organizations (NGOs/IOs) OTHER STRATEGIC ACTIONS JUNE 02

25 SRSG has a consultative working relationship with CCTFSRSG has a consultative working relationship with CCTF CCTF provides advise on security and provision of military forces to enable SRSG to carry out his tasksCCTF provides advise on security and provision of military forces to enable SRSG to carry out his tasks There is a weekly joint forum, co-chaired, to raise and resolve issues of common interestThere is a weekly joint forum, co-chaired, to raise and resolve issues of common interest SRSG has a consultative working relationship with CCTFSRSG has a consultative working relationship with CCTF CCTF provides advise on security and provision of military forces to enable SRSG to carry out his tasksCCTF provides advise on security and provision of military forces to enable SRSG to carry out his tasks There is a weekly joint forum, co-chaired, to raise and resolve issues of common interestThere is a weekly joint forum, co-chaired, to raise and resolve issues of common interest WORKING RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN SRSG & CCTF

26 Three sub-offices - HA, Police and Public AdminThree sub-offices - HA, Police and Public Admin Responsible for HAResponsible for HA Responsible for Police TrainingResponsible for Police Training Assist in Public AdministrationAssist in Public Administration Three sub-offices - HA, Police and Public AdminThree sub-offices - HA, Police and Public Admin Responsible for HAResponsible for HA Responsible for Police TrainingResponsible for Police Training Assist in Public AdministrationAssist in Public Administration ROLES OF SRSG

27 Transition for UNMOG mission to MNF to be seamlessTransition for UNMOG mission to MNF to be seamless MNF to work closely with appropriate Samagaland and S. Tindoro leadership to reduce tensionMNF to work closely with appropriate Samagaland and S. Tindoro leadership to reduce tension MNF to support HA, reintegrate displaced personnel and facilitate police trainingMNF to support HA, reintegrate displaced personnel and facilitate police training Transition for UNMOG mission to MNF to be seamlessTransition for UNMOG mission to MNF to be seamless MNF to work closely with appropriate Samagaland and S. Tindoro leadership to reduce tensionMNF to work closely with appropriate Samagaland and S. Tindoro leadership to reduce tension MNF to support HA, reintegrate displaced personnel and facilitate police trainingMNF to support HA, reintegrate displaced personnel and facilitate police training SRSG REQUEST TO CCTF 2 JULY 02

28 Current disposition of Samagaland and South Tindoro forcesCurrent disposition of Samagaland and South Tindoro forces Available multinational forcesAvailable multinational forces TCC relief supplies availableTCC relief supplies available HA situationHA situation NGO/IO situationNGO/IO situation Information on possible terrorist activitiesInformation on possible terrorist activities Current disposition of Samagaland and South Tindoro forcesCurrent disposition of Samagaland and South Tindoro forces Available multinational forcesAvailable multinational forces TCC relief supplies availableTCC relief supplies available HA situationHA situation NGO/IO situationNGO/IO situation Information on possible terrorist activitiesInformation on possible terrorist activities CURRENT SITUATION (18 AUGUST 02)

29 Disposition Of Troops Rioters SAMAGALAND / SOUTH TINDORO DISPOSITION OF FORCES 18 AUGUST 02

30 TCC CONTRIBUTIONS

31 Army – –Division HQ – –1 x Bde HQ with 3 x Inf Bns – –1 x Medical Team Air Force – –2 x C-130 – –2 x CH-47D – –2 x SPs Army – –Division HQ – –1 x Bde HQ with 3 x Inf Bns – –1 x Medical Team Air Force – –2 x C-130 – –2 x CH-47D – –2 x SPs SINGAPORE NavyNavy –1 x LSL –1 x LST Multinational Forces Available for OPERATION BLUE SINGA

32 ArmyArmy –1 x Air Evacuation Platoon –1 x Civil Affairs Bde HQ Air ForceAir Force –4 X C-130J –1 X KC 135R –2 X C-5B –2 X C-17 –1 X Air Mobility Support Sqn ArmyArmy –1 x Air Evacuation Platoon –1 x Civil Affairs Bde HQ Air ForceAir Force –4 X C-130J –1 X KC 135R –2 X C-5B –2 X C-17 –1 X Air Mobility Support Sqn UNITED STATES JointJoint –1 X Psyop Ops Coy –1 x JPOTF HQ –1 X JPOTF PDC –1 X TPD 980 HQ –1 X Special Ops Det –1 X Special Force Group –1 x Joint Spec Ops HQ –1 X MSQ 126 ( for 60 days) Multinational Forces Available for OPERATION BLUE SINGA

33 UNITED STATES NavyNavy –1 x LHD-2 –1 x LPD-10 –2 x LSD –1 x LST US Marine Corp (for 60 days)US Marine Corp (for 60 days) –1 x Marine Air Group –1 x Marine Inf Bn US Marine Corp (for 60 days)US Marine Corp (for 60 days) –1 x Bn Landing Team Inf BnInf Bn LAV PltLAV Plt AAV PltAAV Plt Arty BtyArty Bty –1 x Medium Helicopter Sqn (Reinforced) 12 x CH-46E12 x CH-46E 4 x CH-53E4 x CH-53E 3 x UH-1N3 x UH-1N 4 x AH-1W4 x AH-1W 6 x AV-8B6 x AV-8B –1 x MEU Service Support Group 1 x STINGER Sect1 x STINGER Sect Multinational Forces Available for OPERATION BLUE SINGA

34 ArmyArmy –1 x Infantry Bn –1 x Engr Coy –1 x Field Log Spt Staff –1 x Medical Team –1 x ROWPU Unit NavyNavy –1 x LSH –1 x LPA ArmyArmy –1 x Infantry Bn –1 x Engr Coy –1 x Field Log Spt Staff –1 x Medical Team –1 x ROWPU Unit NavyNavy –1 x LSH –1 x LPA AUSTRALIA Multinational Forces Available for OPERATION BLUE SINGA

35 Bangladesh – –1 x MP Coy – –1 x Medical Team – –1 x ROWPU unit Brunei – –1 x Provost Coy Canada – –1 x Army Logistic Coy – –2 x C-130E Bangladesh – –1 x MP Coy – –1 x Medical Team – –1 x ROWPU unit Brunei – –1 x Provost Coy Canada – –1 x Army Logistic Coy – –2 x C-130E Fiji -- 1 x MP Coy France France – –1 x Army Surgical Unit – – 3 x C-130H India – –2 x IL-76MD Indonesia – –1 x Infantry Bn Multinational Forces Available for OPERATION BLUE SINGA

36 Japan – –1 x Surgical Team – –1 x Engineer Bn – –1 x ROWPU Unit – –2 x C-130H Korea – –1 x Engineer Coy Madagascar – –1 x Civil Police Unit Japan – –1 x Surgical Team – –1 x Engineer Bn – –1 x ROWPU Unit – –2 x C-130H Korea – –1 x Engineer Coy Madagascar – –1 x Civil Police Unit Malaysia – – 1 x Infantry Bn – – 4 x C-130H – – 2 x LST Mauritius - 1 x Engr Plt Nepal – –1 x Infantry Coy Multinational Forces Available for OPERATION BLUE SINGA

37 New Zealand – –1 x MP Coy Philippines – –1 x Infantry Bn – –1 x Medical Team Russia – –1 x Infantry Coy New Zealand – –1 x MP Coy Philippines – –1 x Infantry Bn – –1 x Medical Team Russia – –1 x Infantry Coy Thailand – – 1 x Infantry Bn – – 1 x Special Forces Detachment – – 1 x Army Support Grp Sri Lanka - 1 x MP Coy Tonga - 1 x Infantry Coy Multinational Forces Available for OPERATION BLUE SINGA

38 2 x C-130J 2 x C-130J 2 x C-17 4 x HC3 Helo 1 x FFG 2 x C-130J 2 x C-130J 2 x C-17 4 x HC3 Helo 1 x FFG UNITED KINGDOM Multinational Forces Available for OPERATION BLUE SINGA

39 DISPOSITION OF FORCES ON 18 Aug (DECLUTTERED VIEW) 175 ICONS TCC Forces Available 18 August 02

40 RELIEF SUPPLY PALLET CONTRIBUTORS TCC Relief Supplies Available 18 August 02

41 Displaced Persons Camps 18 August 02

42 International Committee of Red Cross / Red CrescentInternational Committee of Red Cross / Red Crescent MSF (Doctors without borders)MSF (Doctors without borders) CARECARE World VisionWorld Vision International Rescue CommitteeInternational Rescue Committee Action Internationale Contre la Faim (AICF)Action Internationale Contre la Faim (AICF) Medicins du Monde (Doctors of the world)Medicins du Monde (Doctors of the world) World Food program (WFP)World Food program (WFP) World Health Organization (WHO)World Health Organization (WHO) United Nations Childrens Fund (UNICEF)United Nations Childrens Fund (UNICEF) United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR)United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) Office of Coordination of Humanitarian Assistance (OCHA)Office of Coordination of Humanitarian Assistance (OCHA) International Committee of Red Cross / Red CrescentInternational Committee of Red Cross / Red Crescent MSF (Doctors without borders)MSF (Doctors without borders) CARECARE World VisionWorld Vision International Rescue CommitteeInternational Rescue Committee Action Internationale Contre la Faim (AICF)Action Internationale Contre la Faim (AICF) Medicins du Monde (Doctors of the world)Medicins du Monde (Doctors of the world) World Food program (WFP)World Food program (WFP) World Health Organization (WHO)World Health Organization (WHO) United Nations Childrens Fund (UNICEF)United Nations Childrens Fund (UNICEF) United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR)United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) Office of Coordination of Humanitarian Assistance (OCHA)Office of Coordination of Humanitarian Assistance (OCHA) NGOs/IOs 18 August 2002 Relief efforts constrained by banditryRelief efforts constrained by banditry Health system in South Tindoro near collapseHealth system in South Tindoro near collapse

43 LOCATION OF NGOS / IOS 18 AUGUST 02

44 Terrorist activities conducted primarily in Fengal and Queenstown areasTerrorist activities conducted primarily in Fengal and Queenstown areas Suspected operating bases include displaced persons campsSuspected operating bases include displaced persons camps Samagaland and South Tindoro governments both denounce terrorist activities and pledge support to eliminate terrorismSamagaland and South Tindoro governments both denounce terrorist activities and pledge support to eliminate terrorism There is insufficient reliable intelligence on terrorist activitiesThere is insufficient reliable intelligence on terrorist activities Terrorist activities conducted primarily in Fengal and Queenstown areasTerrorist activities conducted primarily in Fengal and Queenstown areas Suspected operating bases include displaced persons campsSuspected operating bases include displaced persons camps Samagaland and South Tindoro governments both denounce terrorist activities and pledge support to eliminate terrorismSamagaland and South Tindoro governments both denounce terrorist activities and pledge support to eliminate terrorism There is insufficient reliable intelligence on terrorist activitiesThere is insufficient reliable intelligence on terrorist activities TERRORIST THREAT 18 AUGUST 02

45 –All forces are deployed in home stations as of 18 Aug 02 –Deployment routes and time-lines to deploy forces to HOBART are available from Control Group –Based on COA selected, appropriate forces will be available at HOBART as per routes and timelines worked out by Control Group –All forces are deployed in home stations as of 18 Aug 02 –Deployment routes and time-lines to deploy forces to HOBART are available from Control Group –Based on COA selected, appropriate forces will be available at HOBART as per routes and timelines worked out by Control Group EXERCISE DESIGN EXERCISE DESIGN

46 SCENARIO SUPPORTING MATERIALS SCENARIO SUPPORTING MATERIALS Fact Sheet: Samagaland and South Tindoro San Francisco Agreement (1992) UN Security Council Resolution 136 (20 Nov 01) Temasek Agreement (10 Nov 01) North and South Tindoro: Singapore Assessment (10 May 02) UN Security Council Resolution 147 (15 May 2002) Warning Order Proposed Rules of Engagement (ROE) for CTF GOODWILL Initial Status of Forces Agreement (SOFA) Major Humanitarian Organizations Operating in North/South Tindoro Situation Report (18 Aug 02)

47 SCENARIO SUPPORTING MATERIALS SCENARIO SUPPORTING MATERIALS Data base information (18 Aug 02): Infrastructure conditions: North Tindoro, Samagaland, South Tindoro, New Zealand (CTF HQ) Forces List (location, availability, strength) North Tindoro (rioters) South Tindoro Samagaland TCC forces NGO/IO/UN organizations TCC Relief Supplies DP camps and conditions (included in North and South Tindoro Force List sections)

48 Thank You Next Introduction

49 MPAT TE-4 Coalition Task Force (CTF) Activation and Forming HQ Staffing Next slides shows how we will organize the CTF this week for planning

50 CPG 1 LTC Ben Seet MAJ Koch Lt Col Loftus Mr. Morrison (Pearson PK Centre) (Pearson PK Centre) CPG 1 LTC Ben Seet MAJ Koch Lt Col Loftus Mr. Morrison (Pearson PK Centre) (Pearson PK Centre) CPG 2 Maj Loong T Y COL Ganbat Maj Erb MAJ Stirpe (SHIRBRIG) (SHIRBRIG) CPG 3 Maj Ng Y T LTCOL Cumming MAJ Dunne MR. Rautainen (COE DMHA) (COE DMHA) SAF Co-lead MPAT Co-lead US Co-lead US Co-lead PKO SME Commander CTF (CCTF) – Deputy Commander CTF (DCCTF) - COL Naj Sweeney Chief of Staff (COS) – COL Mark Koh Commander CTF (CCTF) – MG Tan Huck Gim Deputy Commander CTF (DCCTF) - COL Naj Sweeney Chief of Staff (COS) – COL Mark Koh Coalition Planning Groups (CPG) Co-Leaders and Personnel Assignments

51 CPG 1 Lt Col Loftus- Air (Co- Leader) Maj Zavislak- Air LTC Miller- CA/Gnd LtCol Havranek- Legal LCDR Williams- Log LT Samboonpakron- Maritime Maj Wong- SOF CPT Snyder- Log/FSB MAJ Estey- Gnd CPG 1 Lt Col Loftus- Air (Co- Leader) Maj Zavislak- Air LTC Miller- CA/Gnd LtCol Havranek- Legal LCDR Williams- Log LT Samboonpakron- Maritime Maj Wong- SOF CPT Snyder- Log/FSB MAJ Estey- Gnd CPG 2 Maj Erb-Gnd (Co- Leader) CAPT Klink- Maritime LTC Swan- IO/Gnd Lt Col Van Hee- Intel LTC Christensen- Eng MAJ Velazquez- Log LtCol Youngblood- Air Maj Pleus- Air Maj Sappenfield- Gnd CPG 3 MAJ Dunne- Gnd (Co- Leader) Maj Woods- Air CDR Smith- PA LCDR Vineyard- Med Maj Wadsworth- Comms SGT Black- PSYOPS CDR Cole- IO/Maritime LtCol Kuckuk- CA MAJ Sanders- Log/FSB US MPAT ASSIGNMENT TO CPGS

52 CPG 1 LTC Ben Seet-Medical (Co- Leader) LTC Chee Vui Chung-Intel MAJ Tan Bak Guan-CA/PSYOP MAJ Even Lim Yew Tee-Air MAJ Gerard Leow Poh Meng- Log/Trans MAJ Dalbir Singh-PA/Media/IO MAJ (Dr) Kang Wee Lee- Medical MAJ Soh Chee Seng-Comms MAJ Johnny Tang-Log/Trans CPT Tan Kiang-SOF MAJ Loong Tean Yuan-Gnd CPG 1 LTC Ben Seet-Medical (Co- Leader) LTC Chee Vui Chung-Intel MAJ Tan Bak Guan-CA/PSYOP MAJ Even Lim Yew Tee-Air MAJ Gerard Leow Poh Meng- Log/Trans MAJ Dalbir Singh-PA/Media/IO MAJ (Dr) Kang Wee Lee- Medical MAJ Soh Chee Seng-Comms MAJ Johnny Tang-Log/Trans CPT Tan Kiang-SOF MAJ Loong Tean Yuan-Gnd CPG 2 MAJ Loong T Y-Gnd (Co- Leader) LTC Eddie Tang Cheng Giap- Maritime LTC (Ret) Ang James-Gnd Mrs Rena Lee-Legal MAJ Kevin Wee Kim Aun-Air MAJ Yeong Eng Chye- Comms MAJ Lim Hoon Min- Log/Trans MAJ (Dr) Chua WC-Medical CPT Jerica Goh-Intel CPT Jason Yee-Maritime LTC Teng Choon-Log/Trans CPG 3 MAJ Ng Y T-Gnd (Co-Leader) LTC Goh Chin Meng- Log/Trans Ms Deanna Foong Peck Gay- Legal Ms Lee May Lin –PA/Media/IO HD MAJ Paul Chan Mun Fai- C2 MAJ (Dr) Ng Wee Tong- Medical MAJ Pek Hong Hwa-Air CPT Chng Kim Chuan- Maritime Mr Melvyn Lim-Legal Mr Yang Ah Yeow-Log/Trans SAF ASSIGNMENT TO CPGS

53 CPG 1 MAJ Koch-Gnd (Co-Leader) COL Sanubari-Air LTC Erdenebate-Air LTC Lui-CA/PSYOPS LT Misi-Comms MAJ Abdul Hadis-Eng MAJ Tuan Nam-Gnd Capt Alexander-Log/Trans CDR Leonard-Maritime COL Thalgahagoda-SOF LTC Nakamura-PA/Media/IO LTC Abd Razak-C2 CDR Yoon Chin-Maritime LTC Oala-Gnd MAJ Akkarapong-SOF CDR Raivet-Intel CDR Eng Whatt-Comms CPG 1 MAJ Koch-Gnd (Co-Leader) COL Sanubari-Air LTC Erdenebate-Air LTC Lui-CA/PSYOPS LT Misi-Comms MAJ Abdul Hadis-Eng MAJ Tuan Nam-Gnd Capt Alexander-Log/Trans CDR Leonard-Maritime COL Thalgahagoda-SOF LTC Nakamura-PA/Media/IO LTC Abd Razak-C2 CDR Yoon Chin-Maritime LTC Oala-Gnd MAJ Akkarapong-SOF CDR Raivet-Intel CDR Eng Whatt-Comms CPG 2 COL Ganbat-Gnd (Co-Leader) MAJ Garriock-Air LT Karroo-CA/PSYOPS Dep Comm Simon- C2 CDR Mohsinul Habib-Comms Capt Cataka-Engr MAJ Pichouron-Gnd LTC Kadir-Gnd MAJ Nazim-Gnd LT Deal-CA/PSYOPS CDR Encarnacion-Maritime MAJ Nakao-Air LTC Ali-SOF CDR Zainuddin-Maritime CDR Sanan-Maritime MAJ Ford-Gnd MAJ Haji Md Talib-Air CPG 3 LTCOL Cumming-Eng (Co-Lead) LTCOL Hasymy-Air MAJ Ditoka-Gnd COL Huu Tieu-Gnd CDR Liyanage-Maritime MAJ Robinson-CA/PSYOPS LTC Talib-SOF COL Iiyas-Intel MAJ Haque-CA/PSYOPS LTC Ate-Log/Trans LTC Kishikawa-C2 LTC(Dr) Hj Baharuddin-Medical MAJ -Mohamed-Comms CDR Issit-Maritime LT Ibrahim-Gnd MPAT ASSIGNMENT TO CPGS

54 Functional Staff Planning Cells: Co-Leaders Functional Staff Planning Cells: Co-Leaders US SAF OTHER MPAT Air Ops Maj ZavislakMaj Pek Hong HwaCOL Sanubari (Indonesia) Maritime OpsCDR NelsonLTC Eddie TangCDR Saanan (Thailand) Ground OpsMaj SappenfieldMaj Even Lim LTC Kadir (Indonesia) SOFMaj WongCpt Tan KiangCOL Thalgahagoda (Sri Lanka) CA/PSYOPSLTC MillerMaj tan Bak Guan LTC Lui (Vanuatu) LOG/TranspMAJ VelazquezMaj Gerald Leow Capt Alexander (Australia) EngineerLTC Christensen---MAJ Abdul Hadis (Brunei) PA/Media/IOCDR ColeMaj Dalbir Singh LTC Nakamura (Japan) Cmd & CntlMaj Woods Cpt Kevin WeeDep Commissioner Simon (Vanuatu) MedicalLTC InouyeMaj (Dr) Kang LTC (Dr) Hj Baharuddin (Maylasia) LegalLtCol HavranekMrs Rena Lee- - - CommsMaj WadsworthMaj Soh C SCDR Habib (Bangladesh) IntelLt Col Van HeeLTC Chee V C COL Iiyas (Indonesia) US SAF OTHER MPAT Air Ops Maj ZavislakMaj Pek Hong HwaCOL Sanubari (Indonesia) Maritime OpsCDR NelsonLTC Eddie TangCDR Saanan (Thailand) Ground OpsMaj SappenfieldMaj Even Lim LTC Kadir (Indonesia) SOFMaj WongCpt Tan KiangCOL Thalgahagoda (Sri Lanka) CA/PSYOPSLTC MillerMaj tan Bak Guan LTC Lui (Vanuatu) LOG/TranspMAJ VelazquezMaj Gerald Leow Capt Alexander (Australia) EngineerLTC Christensen---MAJ Abdul Hadis (Brunei) PA/Media/IOCDR ColeMaj Dalbir Singh LTC Nakamura (Japan) Cmd & CntlMaj Woods Cpt Kevin WeeDep Commissioner Simon (Vanuatu) MedicalLTC InouyeMaj (Dr) Kang LTC (Dr) Hj Baharuddin (Maylasia) LegalLtCol HavranekMrs Rena Lee- - - CommsMaj WadsworthMaj Soh C SCDR Habib (Bangladesh) IntelLt Col Van HeeLTC Chee V C COL Iiyas (Indonesia)

55 Maj Pek Hong Hwa COL Sanubari (Indonesia) Maj Zavislak SAF Co-lead MPAT Co-lead US Co-lead Planning Cell members: Lt Col Loftus (US) LtCol Youngblood (US) Maj Pleus (US) COL Sanubari (Indonesia) LTC Erdenebate (Mongolia) MAJ Garriock (Canada) MAJ Nakao (Japan) LTCOL Hasymy (Malaysia) MAJ Kevin Wee Kim Aun (SAF) MAJ Haji Md Talib (Brunei) Air Staff Planning Cell

56 Maj Even Lim LTC Kadir (Indonesia) Maj Sappenfield SAF Co-lead MPAT Co-lead US Co-lead Planning Cell members: Maj Wong (US) MAJ Tuan Nam (Vietnam) LTC Oala (Papua New Guinea) MAJ Pichouron (France) LTC Kadir (Indonesia) MAJ Nazim (Maldives) MAJ Ford (UK) MAJ Ditoka (Fiji) COL Huu Tieu (Vietnam) LT Ibrahim (Maldives) MAJ Loong Tean Yuan (SAF) MAJ Loong T Y (SAF) LTC (Ret) Ang James (SAF) MAJ Ng Y T (SAF) Ground Staff Planning Cell

57 LTC Eddie Tang CDR Saanan (Thailand) CDR Nelson SAF Co-lead MPAT Co-lead US Co-lead Planning Cell members: CAPT Klink (US) LT Samboonpakron (US) CDR Leanord (France) CDR Yoon Chin (Maylasia) CDR Encarnacion (Philippines) CDR Zainuddin (Maylasia) CDR Liyanage (Sri Lanka) CDR Issit (UK) CDR Saanan (Thailand) CPT Jason Yee (SAF) CPT Chng Kim Chuan (SAF) Maritime Staff Planning Cell

58 CPT Tan Kiang COL Thalgahagoda (Sri Lanka) Maj Wong SAF Co-lead MPAT Co-lead US Co-lead Planning Cell members: COL Thalgahagoda (Sri Lanka) MAJ Akkarapong (Thailand) LTC Ali (Maylasia) LTC Talib (Maylasia) CPT Tan Kiang (SAF) SOF Staff Planning Cell

59 MAJ Tan Bak Guan LTC Lui (Vanuatu) LTC Miller SAF Co-lead MPAT Co-lead US Co-lead Planning Cell members: LT Karroo (Mauritius) LTC Lui (Vanuatu) MAJ Robinson (Philippines) MAJ Haque (Bangladesh) LT Deal (Mauritius) MAJ Tan Bak Guan (SAF) CA / PSYOPS Staff Planning Cell

60 MAJ Gerald Leow Capt Alexander (Australia) MAJ Velazquez SAF Co-lead MPAT Co-lead US Co-lead Planning Cell members: LCDR Williams (US) CPT Snyder (US) MAJ Sanders (US) Capt Alexander (Australia) LTC Ate (Indonesia) MAJ Johnny Tang (SAF) MAJ Lim Hoon Min (SAF) LTC Teng Choon- (SAF) LTC Goh Chin Meng (SAF) Mr Yang Ah Yeow (SAF) Log / Transportation Staff Planning Cell

61 MAJ Abdul Hadis (Brunei) LTC Christensen SAF Co-lead MPAT Co-lead US Co-lead Planning Cell members: MAJ Abdul Hadis (Brunei) Capt Cataka (Fiji) Engineer Staff Planning Cell

62 MAJ Dalbir Singh LTC Nakamura (Japan) CDR Cole SAF Co-lead MPAT Co-lead US Co-lead Planning Cell members: CDR Smith (US) LTC Swan (US) LTC Nakamura (Japan) MAJ Dalbir Singh (SAF) Ms Lee May Lin (SAF) PA / Media / IO Staff Planning Cell

63 CPT Kevin Wee Dep Commissioner Simon (Vanuatu) Maj Woods SAF Co-lead MPAT Co-lead US Co-lead Planning Cell members: Maj Lawson (US) Maj Dunne (US) LTC Abd Razak (Malaysia) Dep Commissioner Simon (Vanuatu) HD MAJ Paul Chan Mun Fai (SAF) Command & Control Staff Planning Cell

64 MAJ (DR) Kang W L MAJ (DR) Kang W L LTC (Dr) Hj Baharuddin (Maylasia) LTC Inouye SAF Co-lead MPAT Co-lead US Co-lead Planning Cell members: LTC (Dr) Hj Baharuddin (Maylasia) LTC Ben Seet (SAF) MAJ (Dr) Chua W C MAJ (Dr) Ng Wee Tong Medical Staff Planning Cell

65 Mrs Rena Lee Rank Name LtCol Havranek SAF Co-lead MPAT Co-lead US Co-lead Planning cell members: Ms Deanna Foong Peck Gay (SAF) Mr Melvyn Lim (SAF) Legal Staff Planning Cell

66 MAJ Soh C S CDR Habib (Bangladesh) Maj Wadsworth SAF Co-lead MPAT Co-lead US Co-lead Planning cell members: MAJ Estey (US) LT Misi (Tonga) CDR Habib (Bangladesh) MAJ Mohammed (Malayasia) MAJ Soh Chee Seng (SAF) MAJ Yeong Eng Chye (SAF) CDR Eng Whatt (Malaysia) Communications Staff Planning Cell

67 LTC Chee V C COL Iiyas (Indonesia) COL Iiyas (Indonesia) Lt Col Van Hee Lt Col Van Hee SAF Co-lead MPAT Co-lead US Co-lead Planning cell members: CDR Raivet (Papua New Guinea) COL Iiyas (Indonesia) CPT Jerica Goh (SAF) Intelligence Staff Planning Cell

68 Singapore Orientation & CTF Activation / Forming: Welcome- COL KC Tan TE-4, CTF Forming & Scenario- LTC Singh / CDR Wohlschlegel Co-Leaders Meeting(CPG & Staff Cell) - CDR Wohlschlegel Break Organization and Structure of SAF, SAFs Peacekeeping Experiences - Head Org Branch / TBD Experiences - Head Org Branch / TBD Break CPG Forming Meeting - CPG Leaders Functional Group Forming Meeting- Functional Group Leaders Network/CATS TYR Training- Mr. Lewis/Mr. Marvin/Mr. DeFelice Free time SAF Hosted Social / Icebreaker - SAF Singapore Orientation & CTF Activation / Forming: Welcome- COL KC Tan TE-4, CTF Forming & Scenario- LTC Singh / CDR Wohlschlegel Co-Leaders Meeting(CPG & Staff Cell) - CDR Wohlschlegel Break Organization and Structure of SAF, SAFs Peacekeeping Experiences - Head Org Branch / TBD Experiences - Head Org Branch / TBD Break CPG Forming Meeting - CPG Leaders Functional Group Forming Meeting- Functional Group Leaders Network/CATS TYR Training- Mr. Lewis/Mr. Marvin/Mr. DeFelice Free time SAF Hosted Social / Icebreaker - SAF Sunday 18 August 2002

69 Opening Ceremony- SAF Group Photo - SAF Peace Operations - Mr. Morrison, Pearson Peacekeeping Center NGOs In Complex Emergencies – Ms. McHale, COE DMHA Situation Update and SAF Warning Order- COS Break Senior Mentor Comments- BG Huitegaard Mission Analysis (Review) – Maj Woods, USCP Staff Estimates: Facts, status, etc. (Staff planning cells) Lunch UN Disaster Response- Mr. Doyle/Mr. Royce (UNHCR / OCHA) Break Complete Mission Analysis (CPGs) Prepare Mission Analysis Brief (OPT Brief Building Team) Opening Ceremony- SAF Group Photo - SAF Peace Operations - Mr. Morrison, Pearson Peacekeeping Center NGOs In Complex Emergencies – Ms. McHale, COE DMHA Situation Update and SAF Warning Order- COS Break Senior Mentor Comments- BG Huitegaard Mission Analysis (Review) – Maj Woods, USCP Staff Estimates: Facts, status, etc. (Staff planning cells) Lunch UN Disaster Response- Mr. Doyle/Mr. Royce (UNHCR / OCHA) Break Complete Mission Analysis (CPGs) Prepare Mission Analysis Brief (OPT Brief Building Team) MONDAY 19 AUGUST 2002

70 OCEAN 3 (COA 1) OCEAN 5 (COA 3)OCEAN 4 (COA 2) DOOR SCREEN TABLES DOOR SCREEN Ground Ops Legal Air Ops Medical Maritime Ops Engineers Note: Ground Ops and Legal will meet in OCEAN 1 on Sunday only

71 Pacific 1 & 2 DOOR SCREEN DOOR CA/ PsyOps Logistics Intel SOF Comms Projector C2 PA / IO

72 CPG Briefing Team – Mission Analysis Brief (6-8 people)CPG Briefing Team – Mission Analysis Brief (6-8 people) –SAF COS led team: LTC Miller, Maj Sappenfield –Two reps from each CPG OPT Brief Building Team 2 – Initial COA Brief (4-6 people)OPT Brief Building Team 2 – Initial COA Brief (4-6 people) –LT Samboonpakron –One rep from each CPG OPT Brief Building Team 3 – COA Decision Brief (4-6 people)OPT Brief Building Team 3 – COA Decision Brief (4-6 people) –Maj Woods –One rep from each CPG CPG Briefing Team – Mission Analysis Brief (6-8 people)CPG Briefing Team – Mission Analysis Brief (6-8 people) –SAF COS led team: LTC Miller, Maj Sappenfield –Two reps from each CPG OPT Brief Building Team 2 – Initial COA Brief (4-6 people)OPT Brief Building Team 2 – Initial COA Brief (4-6 people) –LT Samboonpakron –One rep from each CPG OPT Brief Building Team 3 – COA Decision Brief (4-6 people)OPT Brief Building Team 3 – COA Decision Brief (4-6 people) –Maj Woods –One rep from each CPG BRIEF BUILDING TEAMS BRIEF BUILDING TEAMS

73 Team Co-Lead LTC Deep Singh/LTC Alex Lee Team Co-LeadTBD Functional Staff Cell Representatives: Intel-Air/Maritime-Land/SOF-CA/PSYOPS-LOG/ENG/Transportation-PA/Media/IO-Medical-Legal- UN / Intl Org / NGO / SME- Mr. Royce (UN), Mr. Leuba (ICRC), Mr. Morrison (Pearson PK Centre), Mr. Morrison (Pearson PK Centre), MAJ Stirpe (SHIRBRIG) MAJ Stirpe (SHIRBRIG) Team Co-Lead LTC Deep Singh/LTC Alex Lee Team Co-LeadTBD Functional Staff Cell Representatives: Intel-Air/Maritime-Land/SOF-CA/PSYOPS-LOG/ENG/Transportation-PA/Media/IO-Medical-Legal- UN / Intl Org / NGO / SME- Mr. Royce (UN), Mr. Leuba (ICRC), Mr. Morrison (Pearson PK Centre), Mr. Morrison (Pearson PK Centre), MAJ Stirpe (SHIRBRIG) MAJ Stirpe (SHIRBRIG) COA GAMING TEAM (RED CELL)

74 MNF SOP concepts reviewed during CDW-7 and utilized during TE-4MNF SOP concepts reviewed during CDW-7 and utilized during TE-4 Mentor support from retired CTF CommanderMentor support from retired CTF Commander Peace Operations SME in each CPG including SHIRBRIG Planner and Pearson PK Centre InstructorPeace Operations SME in each CPG including SHIRBRIG Planner and Pearson PK Centre Instructor Two US Military Academy participants: CTF/JTF Base Camp Study/Project (SME- Logistics / Rear Area Operations)Two US Military Academy participants: CTF/JTF Base Camp Study/Project (SME- Logistics / Rear Area Operations) Utilize CATS TYR Swedish HA/DR model- simulation and teaming with USFK Ops Analysis Branch (OAB) to experiment with simulation models / wargame toolsUtilize CATS TYR Swedish HA/DR model- simulation and teaming with USFK Ops Analysis Branch (OAB) to experiment with simulation models / wargame tools MNF SOP concepts reviewed during CDW-7 and utilized during TE-4MNF SOP concepts reviewed during CDW-7 and utilized during TE-4 Mentor support from retired CTF CommanderMentor support from retired CTF Commander Peace Operations SME in each CPG including SHIRBRIG Planner and Pearson PK Centre InstructorPeace Operations SME in each CPG including SHIRBRIG Planner and Pearson PK Centre Instructor Two US Military Academy participants: CTF/JTF Base Camp Study/Project (SME- Logistics / Rear Area Operations)Two US Military Academy participants: CTF/JTF Base Camp Study/Project (SME- Logistics / Rear Area Operations) Utilize CATS TYR Swedish HA/DR model- simulation and teaming with USFK Ops Analysis Branch (OAB) to experiment with simulation models / wargame toolsUtilize CATS TYR Swedish HA/DR model- simulation and teaming with USFK Ops Analysis Branch (OAB) to experiment with simulation models / wargame tools SPECIAL INITIATIVES SPECIAL INITIATIVES

75 Two CATS TYR Operators per CPG. One dedicated Computer Display per CPGTwo CATS TYR Operators per CPG. One dedicated Computer Display per CPG Provides Electronic Situational Awareness to CPGProvides Electronic Situational Awareness to CPG Support COA Analysis with CATS TYRSupport COA Analysis with CATS TYR Provide access to Virtual ResourcesProvide access to Virtual Resources – One Virtual Resource Subject Matter Expert Central POC for TE-4 DatabaseCentral POC for TE-4 Database CATS TYR Model-Simulation Wargaming SupportCATS TYR Model-Simulation Wargaming Support COA Development, Analysis and Comparison via SimulationCOA Development, Analysis and Comparison via Simulation –Patterns & Trends, Feasibility, Critical Issues Two CATS TYR Operators per CPG. One dedicated Computer Display per CPGTwo CATS TYR Operators per CPG. One dedicated Computer Display per CPG Provides Electronic Situational Awareness to CPGProvides Electronic Situational Awareness to CPG Support COA Analysis with CATS TYRSupport COA Analysis with CATS TYR Provide access to Virtual ResourcesProvide access to Virtual Resources – One Virtual Resource Subject Matter Expert Central POC for TE-4 DatabaseCentral POC for TE-4 Database CATS TYR Model-Simulation Wargaming SupportCATS TYR Model-Simulation Wargaming Support COA Development, Analysis and Comparison via SimulationCOA Development, Analysis and Comparison via Simulation –Patterns & Trends, Feasibility, Critical Issues CATS TYR MODEL-SIMULATION WARGAMING TOOLS BASIC CONCEPT CATS TYR MODEL-SIMULATION WARGAMING TOOLS BASIC CONCEPT

76 Questions? Info for workshop participants is placed on web: Facilitating the Planning Process TEMPEST EXPRESS – 4 Staff Planning Workshop Singapore August 2002 TEMPEST EXPRESS – 4 Staff Planning Workshop Singapore August 2002


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