2(File Size approx. 350 MB – BE PATIENT!) Command VideoClick the link below to view theSOCPAC Command Videofrom the SOCPAC Web Server(File Size approx. 350 MB – BE PATIENT!)
3History Special Operations Center Okinawa Special Operations Staff CINCPACSOCPAC activatedSOCPAC assigned component units26 years of continuous SOCPAC presenceMarSOCPAC established Joint Sp Ops Aviation ComponentJunSOCPACgained OPCON th Sp Ops Regiment (Abn) Taegu, KoreaNovSpecial Operations Center, Pacific Command established in OkinawaOctSpecial Operations Command (SOCPAC) establishedNovSOCPAC activatedwith 18 personnelDecSOCPACgained OPCON 353rd Sp Ops / 1st Battalion, 1st Sp Forces (Airborne)JulSOCPACassigned OPCON of Naval Sp Warfare Task based in GuamMaySpecial Operations Staff established inCINCPACJulSOCPACEstablish JSOTF-PJulCenter isdissolved19651969197619831989199120012002
4UNCLASSIFIEDU.S. Pacific CommandU.S. Pacific CommandMarine CorpsForcesPacificSpecial OpsCommandPacificU.S. ArmyPacificPacific AirForcesPacificFleetU.S. Forces KoreaU.S. Forces JapanAlaskan CommandJoint InteragencyTask Force – WestJoint POW/MIAAccountingCommandAsia Pacific CenterFor Security StudiesC Center for Excellence inDisaster Management and Humanitarian AssistanceMISSION: Together with other U.S. government agencies, protect and defend the United States, its territories, Allies and interests. Alongside Allies and partners, promote regional security and deter aggression. If deterrence fails, be prepared to respond to the full spectrum of military contingencies to restore Asia Pacific security.
5Special Operations Command Pacific UNCLASSIFIEDSpecial Operations Command PacificMission:Special Operations Command PacificMission: Plan, conduct and support Special Operations and Related Activities in the Asia-Pacific region.Enhance Regional Security and Stability through development and cooperation with Allies, Partners, U.S. DoD and other Agencies.On Order, respond to crisis in support of CDRUSPACOM objectives.CDRUSPACOM Priorities:Operation Enduring Freedom Philippines (OEF-P)LeT NetworkContingency ResponseNSWU-1- 254 personnel1 SEAL Platoon6 RIBs4 MK V1/1 SFG (A)434 personnel3 Companieseach w/ 1 ODB/6 ODA353rd SOG- 754 personnel Squadrons5 MC 130 H5 MC 130 P2 PC-122 U-28UNCLASSIFIED
7Lines of Effort Strategic Objectives Theater Strategy UNCLASSIFIEDLines of EffortTheater StrategyBuild Partner CapacityPreparation of the EnvironmentGain Visibility and Understandingof the EnvironmentAttack the ThreatStrategic ObjectivesShape the Operational EnvironmentNO BUILDUNCLASSIFIED7
8Theater Campaign Plan (TCP) 2012 Events 12 May 09Theater Campaign Plan (TCP) EventsApproximately 70 Planned EventsEvent TypesJoint Chiefs of Staff (JCS) ExercisesJoint Combined Exchange Training (JCET)Counter Narcotics Training (CNT)Subject Matter Expert Exchange (SMEE) or Mobile Training Teams (MTT)Counter Terrorism ActivitiesPacific Area Special Operations Conference19 CountriesAustraliaBangladeshCambodiaChinaIndiaIndonesiaJapanMalaysiaMaldivesMongoliaNepalN. ZealandPhilippinesSingaporeS. KoreaSri LankaTaiwanThailandVietnam8
9COMSOCPAC’s Theater Vision UNCLASSIFIEDCOMSOCPAC’s Theater VisionWe are interagency partnersWe will increase our understanding of potential adversaries and enemy networks… and their vulnerabilitiesWe will strengthen the friendly network… increasingly through multi-lateral mechanismsWe will contribute to conduct Operations, Actions and Activities “by, with, and through” Allies and Partner NationsBottom Line: Over time, our focused, tailored and synchronized SOF Operations, Actions, and Activities significantly contribute or help achieve CDR USPACOM objectives and COM goals…within countries and across regions to shape the theaterUNCLASSIFIED
11SOCPAC Country Relationships UNCLASSIFIEDSOCPAC Country RelationshipsAustraliaJapanNew Zealand (Treaty Suspended)PhilippinesSouth KoreaTaiwan (Taiwan Foreign Relations Act)ThailandBroad base, full spectrumof engagement withmilitary and securityforces, to includeCounterterrorismTreaty Allies/Defense PartnershipsBangladeshCambodiaHong KongIndiaIndonesiaMalaysiaMaldivesNepalSingapore*Sri LankaBuilding National CTcapability and capacityCT Partnerships*Policy restrictions limit to non lethal interaction*China*VietnamLaosMongoliaRussia (Far East Military District)Brunei*Myanmar/BurmaAsia-Pacific Geo-Political PartnershipsASEAN – Association of South East Asian NationsSAARC – South Asia Association of Regional NationsEmerging Opportunities*Policy restrictions limit interactionNot PrioritizedUNCLASSIFIED