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1 Multinational Planning Augmentation Team (MPAT) Facilitating the Planning Process

2 AgendaAgenda Framework Concept Development - Augmenting the MNF Headquarters Headquarters - Desired Capability - The MPAT Concept - Goals MPAT Events Framework Concept Development - Augmenting the MNF Headquarters Headquarters - Desired Capability - The MPAT Concept - Goals MPAT Events Collaborative Planning – ODYSSEY What is MPAT ?

3 A cadre of military planners from nations with Asia-Pacific interests capable of rapidly augmenting a multinational force (MNF) headquarters established to plan and execute multinational coalition operations in response to military operations other than war (MOOTW) / small scale contingencies (SSC). What is MPAT ?

4 MPAT Vision The MPAT program provides periodic opportunities for a small group of military crisis action planners from nations with Asia-Pacific region interest to get together at workshops where they The MPAT program provides periodic opportunities for a small group of military crisis action planners from nations with Asia-Pacific region interest to get together at workshops where they (1) build personal and professional relationships, (2) become familiar with each others’ national planning doctrine / standing operating procedures (SOP) / Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures (TTP), and (2) become familiar with each others’ national planning doctrine / standing operating procedures (SOP) / Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures (TTP), and (3) become proficient in forming multinational operational level, CTF HQs and common crisis response planning procedures. (3) become proficient in forming multinational operational level, CTF HQs and common crisis response planning procedures.

5 MPAT Goals Improve Interoperability and Multinational CooperationImprove Interoperability and Multinational Cooperation Reduce Crisis Response Time and Increase Planning EffectivenessReduce Crisis Response Time and Increase Planning Effectiveness Strengthen MNF Command & Control, and Communications & Information Systems ProceduresStrengthen MNF Command & Control, and Communications & Information Systems Procedures Become Familiar With Common Standing Operating Procedures (SOP) for MNF / Coalition Task Force HeadquartersBecome Familiar With Common Standing Operating Procedures (SOP) for MNF / Coalition Task Force Headquarters Develop MNF Integration SOP to Assist Transition from a JTF to a CTFDevelop MNF Integration SOP to Assist Transition from a JTF to a CTF

6 The MPAT Concept May include expertise in May include expertise in - Ground - Legal - Air - Log - Air - Log - Sea - Medical - Sea - Medical - Comms - Eng - Comms - Eng - Intel - Etc. - Intel - Etc. May include expertise in May include expertise in - Ground - Legal - Air - Log - Air - Log - Sea - Medical - Sea - Medical - Comms - Eng - Comms - Eng - Intel - Etc. - Intel - Etc. Scaleable to contingency Scaleable to contingency National Contributions National Contributions Operational Planners Operational Planners Size: Tailored based on Size: Tailored based on mission mission National Contributions National Contributions Operational Planners Operational Planners Size: Tailored based on Size: Tailored based on mission mission Primary Function Planning Augmentation for MNF/CTF Staff MPAT coordinated by MPAT Secretariat

7 Conceptual Framework Multinational Planning for Military Operations Other Than War / Small Scale Contingencies Peace Operations Humanitarian Assistance Disaster Relief Search & Rescue Non-Combatant Evacuation COMMAND AND CONTROL FORCES Operational Procedures Tactical Procedures MISSIONS

8 Desired Capability Effectiveness Improved speed of response through effective planning ESTABLISHCTF PLAN DEPLOY EXECUTE TRANSITION CTF DEPLOY EXECUTE PLAN - X days Time Reduce Time / Increase Effectiveness Increase Effectiveness X days Y days Improvement

9 Augmenting the MNF HQ MNF/CTF HQ Multinational Force HQ Core Planning Staff Nation 4 Nation 5 Nation 6 Nation 3 Nation 2 Nation 1 Lead Nation

10 CTF HQ C1 C2 C3 C4 C5 C6 Lead Nation Headquarters SOPs Cultural Dynamics Infrastructure Differences Communications TTPs Operational Level focus Add’l MPAT SMEs: PSYOP, Civil Affairs, Legal, Medical, Pol-Mil, etc. LNOs from Supporting Commands MPAT Forming the CTF HQ Staff

11 MPAT Venues TEMPEST EXPRESS (TE) HQ Staff Planning Workshop Scenario driven planning event that begins with a lead nation warning order and culminates in a recommended Course of Action for the MNFC approvalTEMPEST EXPRESS (TE) HQ Staff Planning Workshop Scenario driven planning event that begins with a lead nation warning order and culminates in a recommended Course of Action for the MNFC approval – Host country provides core MNF staff for MPAT planners to augment – Venue for introducing new C2 and collaborative planning technologies MPAT Concept & SOP Development Workshop (CDW)MPAT Concept & SOP Development Workshop (CDW) – Identify/develop common standing operating procedures for MNF/CTF HQs – Venue for identifying MNF C2 requirements and evaluating possible solutions – Seek consensus among participating countries – Design future TEMPEST EXPRESS workshops Selected MPAT Invited To Participate InSelected MPAT Invited To Participate In Non-MPAT events Non-MPAT events – TEAM CHALLENGE Exercise – Crisis Action Planning (CAP) Phase VI execution opportunity Planning (CAP) Phase VI execution opportunity – Invitation from other nation’s for MPAT to participate or observe some of their exercises, participate or observe some of their exercises, seminars, wargames, etc. seminars, wargames, etc.

12 TE Staff Planning Workshop TE-1 Nov 00: Manila (19 Countries)TE-1 Nov 00: Manila (19 Countries) TE-2 Feb 01: Bangkok (19 Countries)TE-2 Feb 01: Bangkok (19 Countries) TE-3 Jan 02 Korea (25 Countries)TE-3 Jan 02: Korea (25 Countries) TE-4 Aug 02: SingaporeTE-4 Aug 02: Singapore TE-5 Jan 03: Indonesia (tentative)TE-5 Jan 03: Indonesia (tentative) TE-6 Aug 03: MongoliaTE-6 Aug 03: Mongolia TE-7 Feb 04: Australia (tentative)TE-7 Feb 04: Australia (tentative) TE-8 Aug 04: JapanTE-8 Aug 04: Japan TE-9 & 10 2005: Malaysia andTE-9 & 10 2005: Malaysia and Bangladesh Bangladesh (tentative) (tentative) Manila (TE-1) Bangkok (TE-2) Korea (TE-3)

13 MPAT Concept (CDW) and MNF SOP Development Workshops CDW-1 MAY 00: Hawaii (5 Countries)CDW-1 MAY 00: Hawaii (5 Countries) CDW-2 JUL 00: Bangkok - (7 Countries)CDW-2 JUL 00: Bangkok - (7 Countries) CDW-3 AUG 00: Hawaii (11 Countries)CDW-3 AUG 00: Hawaii (11 Countries) CDW-4 JAN 01 : Hawaii (16 Countries)CDW-4 JAN 01 : Hawaii (16 Countries) CDW-5 JUL 01 : Hawaii (24 Countries)CDW-5 JUL 01 : Hawaii (24 Countries) CDW-6 JAN 02 : Korea ( 2 days w/ TE-3)CDW-6 JAN 02 : Korea ( 2 days w/ TE-3) MNF SOP-1 MAR 02 : Hawaii (5 days )MNF SOP-1 MAR 02 : Hawaii (5 days ) MNF SOP -2 JUN 02 : Hawaii (5 days )MNF SOP -2 JUN 02 : Hawaii (5 days ) CDW-7 AUG 02 : Singapore ( 2 days prior TE-4)CDW-7 AUG 02 : Singapore ( 2 days prior TE-4) CDW-8 JAN 03 : Indonesia ( 2 days prior TE-5)CDW-8 JAN 03 : Indonesia ( 2 days prior TE-5) MNF SOP -3 MAR 03 : Nepal (5 days )MNF SOP -3 MAR 03 : Nepal (5 days ) MNF SOP -4 JUN 03 : Hawaii (5 days )MNF SOP -4 JUN 03 : Hawaii (5 days ) CDW-9 AUG 03 : Mongolia ( 2 days with TE-6)CDW-9 AUG 03 : Mongolia ( 2 days with TE-6)

14 Where Are We Going? (Way-ahead) Two MPAT TEMPEST EXPRESS Staff Planning Workshops each fiscal year (FY)Two MPAT TEMPEST EXPRESS Staff Planning Workshops each fiscal year (FY) – FY 03- 05: JAN and JUL/AUG At least one MPAT and/or MNF SOP Concept Development Workshop (CDW) each fiscal yearAt least one MPAT and/or MNF SOP Concept Development Workshop (CDW) each fiscal year – Plan to schedule CDWs in conjunction with TE workshops Support MNF SOP Development Efforts/WorkshopsSupport MNF SOP Development Efforts/Workshops Support Common Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures (TTP) Development EffortsSupport Common Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures (TTP) Development Efforts

15 MPAT CDW-7 / TE - 4 Overview Host and Co-sponsor: SAFHost and Co-sponsor: SAF Co-sponsor: USCINCPACCo-sponsor: USCINCPAC Dates: CDW-7, 15-16 August / TE-4, 18-23 AugustDates: CDW-7, 15-16 August / TE-4, 18-23 August Venue: Local Hotel (Singapore)Venue: Local Hotel (Singapore) Focus: CTF HQs Activation/Forming and MNF Crisis Action Planning (CAP) ProceduresFocus: CTF HQs Activation/Forming and MNF Crisis Action Planning (CAP) Procedures Audience:Audience: – Primary - MPAT personnel, invite all MPAT countries (30) – Secondary - CTF HQ (provided by SAF & US TBD) – Tertiary - UN, international organizations (IO), non-government organizations (NGO) non-government organizations (NGO) Notional Scenario: Multinational response for peacekeeping (PKO) scenario including some CT (force protection issues)Notional Scenario: Multinational response for peacekeeping (PKO) scenario including some CT (force protection issues) – UN Mandate

16 PRACTICAL EXERCISE (COA ANALYSIS) PRACTICAL EXERCISE (COA ANALYSIS & COMPARISON) PRACTICAL EXERCISE (STAFF ESTIMATE DEVMT) AAR ACADEMICS PRACTICAL EXERCISE (MISSION ANALYSIS) Scenario BRF PRACTICAL EXERCISE (COA DEVELOP- MENT) MPAT CDW-7 / TE-4 Mon 19 Aug Tue 20 Aug Wed 21 Aug Thur 22 Aug Fri 23 Aug SAF- Hosted Cultural Activity & Dinner SAF- Hosted Ice Breaker Sun 18 Aug Open Cer. Free time SundayMorning (Optional) 1-Day MPAT Academics MPAT CDW & MNF SOP Thur 15 Aug Fri 16 Aug Sat 17 Aug (Optional) 1-Day MPAT Academics MPAT CDW & MNF SOP ACADEMICS 28 Nations Have Attended MPAT Events AustraliaBangladesh Canada China France Fiji India Indonesia JapanKorea Madagascar Malaysia Maldives Mauritius Mongolia Nepal New Zealand Philippines Singapore Solomon Is Sri Lanka Thailand Tonga UK US PNGuinea Russia Vanuatu New Nations Invited: Brunei Vietnam COA Decision Brief MSN ANAL BRIEF Initial COA BRIEF Orientation & CTF Forming

17 MPAT TE - 4 Participants Participants (estimate 130 personnel)Participants (estimate 130 personnel) – MPAT personnel (estimate 60 people representing 30 nations) – U.S. (estimate 25 personnel) ›MPAT members ›US TBD provided CTF headquarters staff augmentation (Deputy Cdr and functional staff representatives) – SAF (up to 35 personnel) ›Lead nation designated CTF headquarters staff ›Others as determined – IO/NGO Invitees (estimate 10) (USCINCPAC extends the invites) ›United Nations (OCHA, HCR, PKO) ›International Committee Red Cross (ICRC) / Red Cresent ›Selected NGO’s  International Rescue Center (IRC)  Asia Disaster Preparedness Center (ADPC)  Center of Excellence (COE)

18 MPAT Invitations Previous Attendees AustraliaBangladesh Canada China France Fiji India Indonesia JapanKorea Madagascar Malaysia Maldives Mauritius Mongolia Nepal New Zealand Philippines Singapore Solomon Is. Sri LankaThailand TongaUK US Papua New Guinea Russia Vanuatu Countries to Attend Upcoming MPAT Events Upcoming MPAT Events Brunei Vietnam FSM & Other OCEANIA Countries (9)

19 OPERATIONAL PLANNING PROCESS End State STAFFCCTF/MNFC Mission Analysis Planning guidance COA Development COA Analysis COA Comparison COA Selection Mission Analysis COA Development COA Analysis COA Comparison OPORD Development Warning Orders Staff Estimates MNFC Estimate OPT/CPG Briefing Team ( Mission Analysis Brief) OPT Brief Building Team (Initial COA Brief) OPT Brief Building Team (COA Decision Brief & Staff Estimate Briefs) COA Gaming Team (COA Analysis)

20 Building Relationships and Understanding

21 Distributed Information Sharing and Collaborative Planning Software (ODYSSEY) SERVER COA TM 2COA TM 3COA TM 1 Hotel - Seoul Data/Audio/Video Internet Data/Audio Only Control CCTF Connect to those nations that desire to participate distributively- TBD

22 SCREEN CAPTURE OF ODYSSEY

23 The MPAT Web Page (WWW.MPAT.ORG) http://www.mpat.org

24 MPAT End-state A cadre of military planners is established from nations with Asia-Pacific interests who can be requested to augment the standup of a Multinational Force (MNF) Headquarters within the region. The ultimate goal being reduced crisis response time and increased planning effectiveness.

25 Multinational Planning Augmentation Team (MPAT) Info for workshop participants is placed on web: “www.mpat.org” Or send email to: “mpat@mpat.org” Facilitating the Planning Process


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