Presentation on theme: "Cobra Gold 12 Overview Brief for Senior Leaders Seminar"— Presentation transcript:
1 Cobra Gold 12 Overview Brief for Senior Leaders Seminar UNCLASSIFIEDUNCLASSIFIEDCobra Gold 12 Overview Brieffor Senior Leaders SeminarMajor Andrew Merz07 February 2012
2 Overview Full participating nations for the 31st Cobra Gold include: UNCLASSIFIEDOverviewFull participating nations for the 31st Cobra Gold include:Thailand (3,623), United States (5,335), Singapore (59), Japan (75), Republic of Korea (324), Indonesia (73), Malaysia (79) [9,568 participants]10 Multinational Planning Augmentation Team (MPAT) nations invited (blue confirmed):Australia, Canada, France, Italy, United Kingdom, Bangladesh, India, Nepal, Philippines, Vietnam10 Combined Observer Liaison Team (COLT) nations invited (blue confirmed):Brunei, Laos, Russia, Netherlands, New Zealand, P.R.C., South Africa, Sri Lanka, Timor Leste, U.A.E.
6 CPX Overview Objective: Method: Advance regional security by displaying a robust multinational force sharing a common goal and commitment to a peaceful region, but remaining an agile force prepared for any contingencyMethod:Multinational Force Peace Enforcement Operations scenarioIncorporates all full-participating nationsSimulation-driven CPXUNCLASSIFIED
7 CPX Command & Control Structure NATIONAL COMMAND ELEMENTSRTARFSAFROKIII MEFTNIMAFKUHMNF COMMANDERMNF DEPUTYMNF-CGMNF ASST CDRJSDFCFACCCMARFORThis slide represents the MNF C2 and where each country is planned to be represented throughout the MNF.CARFORCNAVFORCJSOTFTF WESTTF WESTTF EASTApprovalCoordinateOperationalControl7
15 HCA Concept Total ENCAPs: 6 Total Medical Support Operations sites: 6 Multinational participation (Thailand, United States, Singapore, Japan, Indonesia, South Korea, and Malaysia)Total Medical Support Operations sites: 6Multinational participation (Thailand, United States, Japan, Indonesia, South Korea, and Malaysia)15
16 HCA ENCAP Sites Key: USMC – RED Army – GREEN Navy – BLUE SARABURISITE 125 USMC/20 RTAFNAKHON RATCHASIMASITE 230 USA /20 RTAF2 SingaporeSITE 330 USA/20 RTAKORATBANGKOKCHANTHABURISITE 425 USMC/20 RTMCCHONBURISITE 620 USN/20 RTN/ MAFRAYONGSITE 510 USMC/20 RTN/12 ROK/15 TNIKey:USMC – REDArmy – GREENNavy – BLUE
17 ALL SITES WILL CONSIST OF: HCA MEDCAP SitesSARABURISITE 1KORATNAKHON RATCHASIMASITES 2 & 3BANGKOKCHANTHABURISITE 4CHONBURISITE 6MEDCAP TEAMALL SITES WILL CONSIST OF:(27) USN(5) US ARMY(15) THA(5) IDN(4) KOR(5) MYS(5) JPNRAYONGSITE 5SMEE – NO MEDCAP
18 CG 12 Community Relations Projects Korat(1)--Narisawat WP & VTC for Women (JTF:HQ)(2)--Ban Ratchasima Boys Wel-fare Est. (CMARFOR:MAG-12)(3, 4)--(Ratchasima Wittayalai-2 School) x2 (CARFOR:2-162 Inf. Bn; CMARFOR:MAG-12)(5)--Nakhon Ratchasima Panyonnookun School(CMARFOR:MAG-12)(6)--Boonwattana High School (CMARFOR:MAG-12)(7)--Boonwattana Static Display (CMARFOR:MAG-12)(8)--Phoklang Thammaprakorn Home (CMARFOR:MAG-12)(9, 10)--Sathanpinit Boys’ Home Training Ctr) x 2 (CARFOR: HQ, 2-9 Inf.; CMARFOR:MAG-12)(11)--Thailand Children‘s HomePattaya(14)--Father Ray Children’s Home (CMARFOR:MAG-36)(15)--Father Ray Children’s Village (CMARFOR:MAG-36)(16)--Pattaya Redemptorist Vocational School for People with Disabilities (CMARFOR: MAG-36)(17)--Pattaya Orphanage and Sotpattana School for the Deaf(CNAVFOR:31st MEU)Utaphao(18)--Banklongbangpai School(CMARFOR:MAG-36)Rayong(19)--Camillian Social Center Rayong (CMARFOR:HQ)Ban Chan Krem(12)--Ban Chathaklem School(CMARFOR:CAB)(13)--Ban Klongchen Community Center
19 Flood Recovery Medical Outreach Sites PATHUM THANILOP BURIAYUTTAYAArmed Forces Research Institute of Medical Sciences (AFRIMS)FLOOD RECOVERYMEDICAL TEAM(10) USN(15) Thai(5) AFRIMS
20 Flood Recovery Medical CONOPs UNCLASSIFIEDFlood Recovery Medical CONOPsJanuary/February 20122223242526Day 1BangkokSMEE Symposium27Day 2282930Site 1Pathum ThaniMedical Outreach32 PAX31Site 2Lop Buri1Site 2 (Day 2)2Site 3Ayutthaya34Health Engagements conducted one week prior to opening ceremony of CG-12 with 10 US , 15 Thai, and 5 AFRIMS Medical Personnel (Same US personnel will participate in CG-12)Medically assist and treat local villagers from flood affected areas (Pathum Thani, Lop Buri, and Ayutthaya)SMEE Symposium will occur at Venue in Bangkok. Thai Mil Health officials plan for 60 participants. Topics will include: Shelter Mgmt, pandemic disease, mass casualty planning, psych first aid, future vision MEDCAPs, and disaster experience.Symposium presenters from Thai & US Mil, Thai Civ Officials, AFRIMS, USAID, others (TBD)
21 JOINT EXERCISE SUPPORT GROUP Cobra Gold 12Exercise Command RelationshipsEXECUTIVEAGENTMARFORGCE(3D CAB)ACE(MAG 36/12)LCE(CLR-3)NAVFOR31ST MEUARFORAFFORSOFJCMOTFJOINT EXERCISE SUPPORT GROUPLtGen Glueck will be thesenior U.S. officer in CG 12---BGen Crenshaw: MARFOR---RDML Scott Jones: NAVFOR---COL Philip Butch: ARFOR---COL Richard Chapman: AFFOR---COL (USA) Paul Rounsaville: SOF---LtCol Brian Clemens (from 3d MLG): JCMOTF---GCE, 3d CAB: LtCol Kirk Mullins---ACE, MAG-36: Col Jeff Arruda---LCE, CLR-3: Col Clarke Henderson---31st MEU: Col Andrew MacMannisSupportingTACONOPCONDefinition of Support relationship:Support Relationship: Reporting (SITREP & Accountability), CASEVAC coordination, ASRs, required logistics support, EA Force Protection authority: limited to preventative measures to mitigate hostile actions against Department of Defense personnel, resources, facilities, and critical informationMEU remains OPCON to NAVFOR during exercise; when its forces are ashore, reporting/supported relationship with the MARFOR for SITREPs, CASEVAC coordination, logistics support, and AT/FP purposes
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