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1 JOINT, INTERANGENCY, INTERGOVERNMENTAL, MULTINATIONAL RELIGIOUS SUPPORT

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3 TRANSITION TO OPERATIONAL RS LEADERSHIP/MANAGEMENT BCT/Div/Corps JOINT TASK FORCE COMBINED JOINT TASK FORCE JOINT FORCES LAND COMPONENT

4 TRANSITION TO OPERATIONAL RS LEADERSHIP/MANAGEMENT ARMY BCT/Div/Corps JOINT TASK FORCE

5 TRANSITION TO OPERATIONAL RS LEADERSHIP/MANAGEMENT ARMY BCT/Div/Corps JOINT TASK FORCE

6 TRANSITION TO OPERATIONAL RS LEADERSHIP/MANAGEMENT ARMY BCT/Div/Corps JOINT TASK FORCE COMBINED JOINT TASK FORCE

7 TRANSITION TO OPERATIONAL RS LEADERSHIP/MANAGEMENT JOINT TASK FORCE COMBINED JOINT TASK FORCE JOINT FORCES LAND COMPONENT

8 TRANSITION TO OPERATIONAL RS LEADERSHIP/MANAGEMENT COMBINED JOINT TASK FORCE JOINT FORCES LAND COMPONENT

9 TRANSITION TO OPERATIONAL RS LEADERSHIP/MANAGEMENT BCT/Div/CorpsJOINT TASK FORCE COMBINED JOINT TASK FORCE JOINT FORCES LAND COMPONENT

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11 Joint Joint – Connotes activities, operations, organizations, etc., in which elements of two or more Military Departments participate. (JP 0-2) Joint can refer to commands or operations following the definition. Multi-National Force – Iraq (MNF-I) is an example of a Joint Headquarters

12 Interagency The coordination that occurs between agencies of the US government, including the Department of Defense, for the purpose of accomplishing an objective. (JP 3-08) An example of this is when the Army works with the Office of Homeland Security in performing airport security.

13 Intergovernmental An organization created by a formal agreement (e.g., a treaty) between two or more governments. It may be established on a global, regional, or functional basis for wide-ranging or narrowly defined purposes. Formed to protect and promote national interests shared by member states. Examples include the United Nations, NATO, and the African Union. (JP 3-08)

14 Multinational A collective term to describe military actions conducted by forces of two or more nations, usually undertaken within the structure of a coalition or alliance. (JP 1-02) Combat operations in Afghanistan are being conducted by a multinational coalition

15 JIIM and Religious Support Operations around the world today and within the confines of the United States are functioning using a JIIM concept. Religious Support Personnel at all echelons must understand how each of elements of JIIM impact on their ability to effectively provide for and manage religious support operations.

16 Just For Fun Q: What is battlespace? A: A legacy term, replaced by Contemporary Operational Environment (COE). Q: How many MACOM are there? A: None – there are 3 Army Commands (AMC, FORSCOM, and TRADOC). Q: What is the FM the Army and USMC use to conduct operations. A: FM 3-0, Operations

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18 Operational Environment

19 Operational Concept Decisive Operations: CJTF-R conducts information operations and unconventional warfare in order to gain international support, to undermine REDLAND government’s legitimacy, to deceive the RED Army about the timing and location of CJTF-R attacks, to disrupt RED defenses, and to destroy WMD. Combined Joint Force Naval Component Command (CJFNCC) and Combined Joint Force Special Operations Component Command (CJFSOCC) conduct strategic raids throughout REDLAND. Combined Joint Force Air Component Command (CJFACC) destroys strategic targets throughout REDLAND, interdicts and disrupts operational targets, and conducts close air support of all land forces. Once the conditions for decisive operations are set, MNC- A will conduct forcible entry and clear RED conventional forces company size and larger from AO 1. As MNC-A advances, MNC-B will secure the MNF-R rear area, conducting stability operations in AO 1 in order to re-establish effective local and regional government, generate indigenous security forces, and conduct foreign internal defense. MNC-B psychological operations will both build popular support for new government institutions within AO 1 and undermine REDLAND government’s legitimacy in areas outside coalition control. Sustaining Operations: Combined Joint Force Theater Sustainment Command (CJFTSC) opens sea ports and airfields, and executes all distribution operations within the theater. Transition: Phase I ends once MNC-A has cleared RED conventional forces company size and larger from AO 1 and secured PL BLUE. Mission: On order, Combined Joint Task Force - Redland (CJTF-R) attacks to replace the Regime of REDLAND and establish a stable federal republic in order to remove a source of global instability, source of WMD proliferation, and breeding ground for terrorist organizations. Shaping Operation: Multinational Corps – Alpha (MNC-A) clears RED conventional forces in AO 1 and secures PL BLUE in order to establish the conditions for unhindered stability and reconstruction operations PL BLUE PL AMBER PL GREEN PL BLUE A XXX 1 CJTF R XXXX D D D D PL GREEN D D D D CJF SOCC XX CJF ACC XXX CJF NCC XX R R R R R R = strategic raid D D R D D R D R D R R Note: Component Command locations are notional.  Future Full Spectrum Operations: Joint, Interagency, and Multinational forces combine offensive, defensive, and stability or civil support operations simultaneously as part of an interdependent Unified force. They employ synchronized action—lethal and non-lethal, proportional to the mission, and informed by a thorough understanding of the operational environment. Mission command that conveys intent and an appreciation of the unique aspects of the situation guides the adaptive use of the instruments of power.

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21 Air Force Army Navy USMC SOF Train Deploy Employ Re-Deploy Air Force Army Navy USMC SOF

22 SETAF AS JOINT TASK FORCE LIBERIA

23 WHEN DIRECTED, JOINT TASK FORCE LIBERIA DEPLOYS TO PROVIDE SUPPORT TO MULTINATIONAL INTERIM FORCE STABILITY OPERATIONS IN THE VICINITY OF MONROVIA, LIBERIA IN ORDER TO MITIGATE A HUMANITARIAN CRISIS AND SET CONDITIONS FOR INTRODUCTION OF A FOLLOW ON UNITED NATIONS LED INTERNATIONAL PEACEKEEPING FORCE. MISSION STATEMENT

24 1.ECOMIL DISPOSITION ADEQUATE TO PREVENT MILITARY CULMINATION IN MONROVIA. Force structure adequate to establish own reserve. Command & Control adequate for forces available. Sustainment organization in place and functioning. Medical plan adequate for treatment of casualties. 2.ABSENCE OF ORGANIZED, INTER-FACTIONAL VIOLENCE IN MONROVIA. Freedom of movement for ECOMIL patrols in Monrovia. Compliance with declared “Weapons Free Zone.” No factional fighting in Monrovia. Civilian activities return to pre-crisis level. 3.CONDITIONS PERMIT HUMANITARIAN ASSISTANCE OPERATIONS IN MONROVIA. Air/Sea Ports of Debarkation & Lines of Communication operational. Freedom of movement for International Organizations/Non- Government Organizations in Monrovia. Transportation available for Humanitarian Assistance supplies. DESIRED ENDSTATE (1 of 2)

25 4. POST-TAYLOR GOVERNMENT IN PLACE. Taylor relinquishes power. Comprehensive Peace Agreement signed 5. ACCEPTED PLAN IN PLACE FOR ECOMIL / UN TRANSITION. United Nations Security Council establishes mandate for United Nations Mission in Liberia (UNMIL). ECOMIL forces identified for transition to United Nations Mission in Liberia (UNMIL). United Nations plan developed. DESIRED ENDSTATE (2 of 2)

26 CANARYS ROTA MONROVIA VICENZA FREETOWN LIBERIA (183 Personnel) AMERICAN EMBASSY, LIBERIA (109 Personnel in Embassy) (121 American Citizens registered with Embassy) AMERICAN EMBASSY, LIBERIA (109 Personnel in Embassy) (121 American Citizens registered with Embassy) AMPHIBIOUS READY GROUP/MARINE EXPEDITIONARY UNIT, OFF MONROVIA (4115 Personnel) SENEGAL (261 Personnel) LONGARE (268 Personnel) 26 th MARINE EXPEDITIONARY UNIT (Detachments) (23 Personnel) TOGO (4 Personnel) GHANA (24 Personnel) DAKAR JTF-LIBERIA DISPOSITION ACCRA GAMBIA (4 Personnel) SIERRA LEONE (111 Personnel) MALI (5 Personnel) NIGERIA (5 Personnel) BENIN (4 Personnel) GUINEA-BISSAU (5 Personnel)

27 Humanitarian Community Liberia Organizational Relationships World Food Program (Arnold Vercken-Regional Director) (Justin Bagarshira, Country Director) (Hans Vikoler, Team Leader) International Organizations International Committee of the Red Cross International Rescue Committee NGOs Medecins SansFrontieres Medical Emergency Relief International World Vision Save the Children Action Against Hunger Oxfam Lutheran World Federation Special Representative of the Secretary General Ambassador Jacque Klein (Retired USAF MG) UN Resident Representative for UN Development Program UN Designated Official UN Resident/Humanitarian Coordinator Marc de Bernis (Ross Mountain, Acting next 3 weeks) (Triple Hated, Runs UN Country Team) Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) Hansjoerg Strohmeyer, OCHA Ms. Carolyn McAskie, Deputy Regional Director UNICEF UN High Commissioner for Refugees UNHCR (Iain Hall, Senior Officer, Refugee Returen) (Moses Okello) UN Development Program UN Country Team -- UN Joint Logistics Center (Dave Pittfield) -- Humanitarian Info Center (OCHA LED) -- Civil Military Coordination (Barry Jones) World Health Organization (Mr. Kamara) Ms. Rima Salah Regional Director UN Humanitarian Air Service(UNHAS) Stig Larsson, Air Coordinator

28 (Example of evening BUB Brief) Religious Considerations Gen Sec of the Liberian Council of Churches- Rev. Benjamin Dorme Catholic Archbishop/United Methodist Bishop/AME Bishop/AME Zion Bishop/Interfaith Council/Nat Repentant Muslims in dialogue with U.S. Embassy Training U.S. personnel in religious culture issues

29 COMBINED JOINT TASK FORCE – 76 AFGHANISTAN COMBINED JOINT TASK FORCE – 76 AFGHANISTAN

30 Afghanistan In Context From Baltimore to Baton Rouge From Little Rock to Charlotte Unclassified

31 Task Organization CJTF-76 TF GRIFFIN CTF SWORDTF EAGLETF STRENGTHJLCTF GUARDIAN CJSOTF ATF DEVILTF BAYONET TF 165 MITF SIGNAL Additional Coalition Forces -Romanian Infantry Battalion -Egyptian, Jordanian, Korean Hospitals -Polish, Slovakian and Korean Engineers -Coalition Special Operations Forces

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33 Campaigning … In a Long War Context SEP OCT NOV DEC JAN FEB MAR APR MAY JUN JUL AUG SEP OCT NOV DEC JAN FEB MAR APR MAY JUN JUL AUG SEP DRSPOP XXOP YYOP ZZLFLR Pres ElectionNAE Non-Kinetic Activity Enemy Activity Coalition Kinetic Operations LR = Lightning Resolve LF = Lightning Freedom DR = Determined ResolveVS = Vigilant Sentinel SP = Secure Prosperity OP XX, YY, ZZ = Future Operations “Winning on the Offense” VS

34 POLITICALSAFETY & SECURITY ECONOMIC TB, AQ, HIG NARCOTRAFFICKERS MINES LACK OF INFRASTRUCTURE CHECKPOINT TAXATION INTERNAT’L AGENDAS/FUNDING TRIBAL/ETHNIC INFIGHTING REGIONAL LEADERS ILLEGAL COMMERCE ILLITERACY PAKISTAN REGIME CHANGE THREAT: Any person or group who seeks to prevent the establishment of a legitimate government in Afghanistan. Threat Complexity POROUS BORDERS

35 RS PLANNING OVERVIEW CJTF 76 TASK ORGANIZATION COMMAND CHAPLAIN SECTION STRUCTURE METT-TC COMPREHENSIVE RS TRAINING CONTRACTOR RS REQUIREMENTS

36 RS PLANNING OVERVIEW LIAISON WITH INDIGENOUS CLERGY COALITIONAL SYNCHRONIZATION OF RS STAFF SYNCHRONIZATION AND COORDINATION

37 RS PLANNING OVERVIEW TRAINING FOR RST ENABLERS DOD AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL/ STATE DEPT RS SITUALITIONAL AWARENESS & UNDERSTANDING

38 RS PLANNING OVERVIEW COMPREHENSIVE REUNION BRIEFINGS REINTEGRATION RS PROGRAMS

39 Joint Logistics Command Re-supply Transportation Sources Airlift: US, Kuwait, Germany (C-17s, Contracted Aircraft, DHL) Sealift, Port of Karachi Pakistan to Kandahar (500 miles thru mountainous roads). Ground- Jingle Truck-local contractors

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44 Joint Logistics Command Religious Support Operations for the JLC Widely dispersed throughout CJOA Must utilize area coverage Tap internal assets for movement Prioritize RSO Work relationships for success

45 Joint Logistics Command JLC and Higher RSO Direct link to aviation assets (fixed and rotary wing) Direct link to postal ops for greater movement opportunity Excellent source of “BIG” picture of operations

46 TTPs Have a religious team tng meeting prior to deployment allowing CG and CSM to address the group on RS vision. Rehearse joint and multinational language and unique METT-TC issues. Communication, communication, & communication with the religious teams.

47 TTPs cont. Pastoral care to chaplains through spiritual renewal days. Other religious team members at special functions for one team member. i.e. promotions, awards, recognitions. Send J2 intel updates to teams via SIPR (situational understanding) Training of teams with cultural advisors on staff for Mullah Engagements.

48 TTPs cont. Have a set of PIRs that reflect RS ops issues in concert with commanders. Up front ensure area support requirements with commanders after CGs approval.

49 Religious Support during Joint CBRNE-CM Operations CBRNE-CM attacks will quickly overwhelm local, state, tribal, and federal capabilities, In many cases civilian care givers-social leaders will themselves be traumatized victims of the event. The lessons from the Twin Towers and Hurricane Katrina have taught us the need for: –Clear understanding of legal issues surrounding Title 10. –Understanding of Joint Operations and Joint Operations center.

50 Training suggested for operating in the CRBNE-CM environment Training in Religious Support during CBRNE-CM should be consistent and coordinated. Religious Support Teams identified and trained similarly as a CBIRF RST. –Chemical Biological Operator’s course –FEMA Independent study courses –VA/Red Cross/EMHC “Disaster Preparedness Course” –CISM –Basic Clinical Pastoral Education (CPE) –Mass Casualty Disaster Training –Local training with in and out of state civilians

51 Skills We Know Language Culture Rules of Engagement Situational Awareness Unit Locations Operating Environment Left, Right, Higher, Lower Co-operative Spirit (give/get) Personal Connections ________________________ What’s the “stuff” you already know and use to provide religious support where you are?

52 What’s in a Name?

53 Top Row: All E-7 Bottom Row: Both called “Chief”, one an Air Force E-9, the other an Army CW-3 (see “Chief” above) Sergeant First Class United States Army “Sergeant” O.K. Gunnery Sergeant U.S.M.C. Never “Sergeant” Master Sergeant United States Air Force Chief Petty Officer United States Navy “Chief” O.K. Chief Master Sergeant, USAF “Chief” CW-3, U.S. Army “Chief”

54 Match the Rank Insignia with the Correct Flag And name the Correct Rank for Each Insignia And Name each Flag’s country

55 Match the Rank Insignia with the Correct Flag And name the Correct Rank for Each Insignia And Name each Flag’s country Note: Color for USA insignia is incorrect. Double-check info from internet! Captain Colonel Lieutenant General Norway USAPoland Italy Spain

56 Joint Religious Support Armed Forces Chaplains Board Ministry Advisory Group (MAG) Training Advisory Group (TAG) Personnel Advisory Group (PAG) Logistics Advisory Group (LAG)

57 JIIM and the Chaplain Assistant By SGM Stephen Stott

58 Outline Pre-Deployment Issues During Deployment Concerns Post-Deployment Issues Summary

59 Pre-Deployment Issues Understand Scope of Mission Planning with a JIIM mindset Supporting Documentation Coordination Collaboration Communication Define RS Role in each of the facets of JIIM at your echelon

60 Pre-Deployment Issues Joint Manning Document (JMD) Religious Support Plan Understanding strengths of your assets Understanding how each component operates in their environment Adjusting your plan to maximize capability effectiveness

61 Pre-Deployment Issues Pre-Deployment Conference Identification of JIIM Players in AO Communication with JIIM Points of Contact Understanding how daily operations run in a JIIM environment Include JIIM in the pre-deployment training for the team

62 During Deployment Work the Religious Support Plan Make necessary adjustments based on changes to the mission Continue to train Validate planned JIIM contacts and update as necessary Counsel subordinates within the standards of their individual component

63 During Deployment Cross train to standard in all functional areas Develop all members of the team for excellence and professional development Use battle drills as a means of working issues Educate the whole team on implications of JIIM in all missions

64 During Deployment Strategic Concerns Operational Concerns Tactical Concerns Know which is your lane Educate your team to understand all three as it relates to JIIM Coordinate with proper sections when working JIIM issues

65 During Deployment Differences in deployment schedules Reports to include efficiency and evaluations Awards and decorations Preparing for your replacements Continuity Files Battle Books Re-supply

66 Post Deployment Maintain Contact After Action Reviews Identify new or adapting Techniques, Tactics, and Procedures (TTPs) Inform all service component schools Improve Battle Books and Standing Operating Procedures (SOPs)

67 Post Deployment Revise JMD based on mission changes Continue to train with a JIIM mindset Involve JIIM POCs in training exercises or conferences Revise the RSP based on JIIM Ensure all JIIM team members are involved in reunion training Prepare for the next deployment

68 Summary To win the global war on terrorism we will have to work together. Religious Support Teams must understand how the JIIM environment works and know how to coordinate, collaborate, and communicate across the contemporary operating environment to ensure all authorized personnel receive the best quality religious support they deserve.

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70 Some Classes J1OP-MN067 Law of Armed Conflict Course J1OP-MN071 Introduction to Medical Intelligence Course J1SN-MN043 Introduction to Human Rights Course J1ST-MN041 Introduction to International Humanitarian Law Course J2OP-US JTF 101 Module 1: The Operational Environment J3OP-MN040 Conflict Management and Negotiation J3OP-MN060 Operations in the Information Age J3OP-MN061 Security in the Information Age J3OP-MN062 The Revolution in Military Affairs J3OP-MN066 Ethnic Conflict and Peace Operations Course J3OP-MN070 Introduction to Maritime Operations Course J3OP-MN076 The Combined Joint Task Force Course J3OP-MN088 Improvised Explosive Device Awareness J3OP-MN091 Combined Joint Task Force Training Modules J3OP-US011 Military Response to Domestic CBRNE Attacks Course J3OP-US012 Joint Interagency Coordination Group Course (JIACG) Course J3OP-US JTF 101 Module 2: Forming a Joint Task Force Headquarters J3OP-US JTF 101 Module 3: Joint Task Force Command and Control Considerations J3OP-US JTF 101 Module 5: Joint Operation Planning

71 Some More Classes J3OP-US JTF 101 Module 10: Joint Information Operations J3OP-US023 Joint Antiterrorism Course J3OP-US027 JTF State Staff J3OP-US028 Standing Joint Force Headquarters (SJFHQ) Course J3OP-US029 Senior Non- Commissioned Officers (SNCO-JPME) Course J3OP-US094 The Interagency Process: Full Spectrum Implementation Presentation J3OP-US095 Joint Operations Center (JOC) Presentation J3OP-US097 Joint Individual Augmentee Training (JIAT) J3OP-US156 The Joint Center for Operational Analysis (JCOA) J3SN-MN038 Combating Terrorism and Illegal Trafficking Course J3SN-MN047 Terrorism and Its Implications for Democratic States Course J3SN-MN105 Introduction to Rules Of Engagement (ROE) J3SN-US005 Joint Staff Business Processes (JSBP) Course J3SN-US JTF 101 Module 11: Interagency Coordination J3SN-US JTF 101 Module 12: Multinational Operations J3ST-MN045 NATO Peace Support Operations Course J3ST-MN046 Peace Keeping Techniques Course J3ST-MN048 UN Peace Support Operations Orientation Course J3ST-MN053 International Security Risks (Drugs, Migration, Climate, Finances, Terrorism) Course J3ST-MN056 The Interagency Process Course

72 Even Some More Classes J3ST-MN057 Introduction to Information Operations Course J3ST-MN059 Fundamentals of CBRN Defence Course J3ST-MN069 Introduction to NATO Course J3ST-MN077 Multinational Crisis Management Course J3ST-MN082 NATO/Partner Op. Staff Officer’s Course J3ST-MN102 Peace Support Operations, Civil Military Cooperation for Commanders and Staff J3ST-US009 Homeland Security and Defense J3ST-US010 Defense Support of Civil Authorities J3TA-US016 Introduction to Joint Interdiction Operations Course J4OP-US JTF 101 Module 8: Joint Reception, Staging, Onward Movement, & Integration (JRSOI) J4SN-US JTF 101 Module 6: JTF Transition and Redeployment Operations J4ST-MN084 NATO’s Reserve Forces Course J50P-US001 Joint Operation Planning and Execution System J50P-US002 Joint Planning Orientation Course J3ST-US026 Joint Special Operations Task Force Course (JSOTF )

73 References DOD Military Support for Stability, Security, Transition, and Reconstruction (SSTR) Operations JP 3-08 – Volumes 1 & II JP 3-16 – Multinational Operations JP3-0 - Joint Operations JTF HQ Master Tng Guide – CJCSM a FM 1-05 – Religious Support FM 7-0 – Training the Force FM 7-1 – Battle Focused Training

74 More complex demands from Chaplains & Chaplain Assistants

75 WE MUST GET IN THE MAINSTREAM

76 Go For It

77 Any Questions or Cheap Shots?


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