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1 MALSP II & Marine Aviation Logistics Enterprise Information Technology (MAL-EIT) Mobile Facility (MF) Logistics Review Group (LRG) LtCol “Vince” Clark MALSP II Project Officer, AIR JUNE 2010, 1330 UNCLASSIFIED 1

2 AGENDA MALSP II Overview
Why Change? MALSP II Definition The “Iron Mountain” Where we are…MALSP Doctrine Where we are going…MALSP II MALSP II Project Office Status (Documentation) Where are we …on Road to MALSP II MALSP II IOC (FY14) / FOC (FY16) Current Readiness / End-to-End (E2E) Alignment / MALSP II Transformation Alignment Transformation from MALSP to MALSP II MALSP II in Action Marine Aviation Logistics Enterprise IT (MAL-EIT) Overview MALSP II Project Office Status (Integrated Information Technology) MALSP II IT Tools – Expeditionary Pack-Up Kit (EPUK) MAL-EIT Road to MALSP II IOC FY14 Marine Aviation Logistics Enterprise IT Acquisition Strategy (Notional) Marine Aviation Logistics Enterprise IT Program Schedule MALSP II IT Notional Roadmap MALSP II IT Tool Integration (RDT&E:) EPUK SUITE MALSP II IT Hardware Sustainment (OPN:) MALSP II Implementation (O&M,N:) MAGTF Logistics Integration / Navy Logistics Integration Enabling the Envisioned End-State

3 MALSP II OVERVIEW UNCLASSIFIED 3

4 Why Change? MALSP doctrine does not adequately support….
…Character of War …The Range of Military Operations Crisis Response and Limited Contingency Ops Forcible Entry and Major Operations and Campaigns Train/Advise/Assist Relief Operations Show of Force Peacetime & Crisis Low-Intensity Conflict Mid-Intensity Conflict High-Intensity Conflict Frequency Peace Enforcement Acts of Terrorism Nation-building Selective Strike Limited War Major Combat Global War Noncombatant Evacuation Counterinsurgency… Most Likely Most Dangerous Violence and Conflict Intensity Source: MCIA Forcible Entry - MCO – “Swiftly Defeat The Efforts”… MCO - “Preemption”… Crisis Response - LCO - Humanitarian Assistance… Civil War xxx MEF x MEB III MEU II SC MAGTF Military Engagement, Security Cooperation, and Deterrence (Continuous through all phases) Long War Concept Expeditionary Operations From the Sea “Two- Fisted Fighter” Seizing the Initiative Dominating the Enemy Stabilizing the Security Environment Shaping the Environment Deterring Adversaries Enabling Civil Authorities …QDR 06 …Persistent & Episodic Engagement Irregular Challenges Catastrophic Challenges Creative force employment and increased capacity enables global sustained forward naval presence GFS 1 SC MAGTF GFS 3 GFS 4 GFS 5 MEU GFS 2 Force Planning Construct: 9 Inf Bns forward (3 MEU/3 UDP/3 SC MAGTF) 18 Inf Bns conducting full spectrum training 27 Inf Bns Total (202K) operating on 1:2 dwell MPS MAP MCPP-N UDP (3) PCS (2) II MARFORNORTH MARFORAFRICA MARFOREUR MARFORPAC MARCENT MARFORSOUTH III Global Fleet Stations: Maritime security cooperation Operationalizes Naval Operations Concept Sea-based naval headquarters MFR provides 9 Inf Bns as operational reserve Defend Homeland Defense Defeat Terrorist Networks Prevent Acquisition Or Use Of WMD Shape Choice Of Countries At Strategic Crossroads = Advisor Group in support of MARFORs Today’s Capability Portfolio Traditional Challenges Disruptive Challenges Slide: 4

5 MALSP II Definition MALSP II: A material and non-material family of systems - which includes people, parts, repair capability, IT solutions, and transportation - that enables the aviation logistician to sustain and improve aircraft readiness with speed and agility in any environment or location. People Parts IMRL MF’s MALSP MALSP II Slide: 5

6 The Iron Mountain

7 Where we are…MALSP Doctrine
3/25/2017 People MFs IMRL Parts People MFs IMRL Parts Push capable footprint forward Improvement Opportunities Supply Effectiveness People / Facilities Overall spares package supply effectiveness ~65% “Single hitters” (items requisitioned one time during 6 month deployment) represent ~33% of total demand ~75% of “Single hitters” are Not in Stock (NIS) or Not Carried (NC) items Difficult to forecast/eliminate Must increase responsiveness People* Approx. 700 Marines $273M / Yr Deployed Footprint 241 MMF’s Acreage/Power Generation & Distribution/Water/ Subsistence/Force Protection TPFDD/Lift 81 C-17s (241 MFs only) Maintenance Effectiveness Current I-Level C1/C3 repair capability covers ~33% of repairable items Wide variation of RFI rates and TATs across MALS for same item * Source: The Cost of Iraq, Afghanistan, and Other Global War on Terror Operations Since 9/11 Amy Belasco, Specialist in U.S. Defense Policy and Budget, May 15, $390,000K / Deployed Troop / yr – Pg. 46 7

8 Where we are going…MALSP II
3/25/2017 Changes/Benefits IT / Planning People / Facilities Rapid/accurate IT enabled Planning & Execution Develop Tailored RESP (D - D+30) Design/Establish nodal demand-pull logistics sustainment chain (>D+30) Redistribute deployed footprint across nodal logistics chain Reduce in-theater Acreage/Power Generation & Distribution/Water/ Subsistence/Force Protection Reduce strategic lift Maintenance & Supply Chain System Operate in a time domain / leverage transportation Support dispersed Dets, Squadron(-) & Split ARG ops Increase RFI rates & decrease BCMs/TAT thru E2E/CPI & collaboration Reduce NIS/NC & improve system responsiveness Selectively deploy repair capability across nodal log chain to support buffers/TRR Deploy tailored RESP (D - D+30) & operate/manage nodal demand-pull log sustainment chain 8

9 Notional MALSP II Document Tree
MALSP II Project Office Status Notional MALSP II Document Tree CONOPS MALSP II POA&M Capstone SAMP SOPs Execution Sense and Respond ICD MALSP II ICD CDD ISP FRD Others… OCD Software Requirements Spec Software Requirements Spec Software Requirements Spec 9

10 Where are we? MALSP II Roadmap MALSP MALSP II 2004 2005-2007 2006-2009
ESB Bahrain (OCONUS) Proof of Concept Repairables IT Operational Test Assessment MALSP II IOC (FY-14) MALSP II Conceptualized AirSpeed Implemented at all USMC MALS Proof of Concept Consumables ESB Norfolk (CONUS) 2004 People Parts IMRL MF’s MALSP MALSP II 10

11 MALSP II IOC/FOC IOC – FY14 FOC – FY16
Single CONUS or OCONUS site (MALS): - Utilizes RESP Model - I-level operating using CPI methodology (time domain w/ 10 day TRR goal) - Meets specified level of CPI training for COs/XOs and Dept Heads/Chiefs at I level - Receives EPUK release 2 hardware, software & training - Possesses CSP Program elements required to: - Source RESP - Selectively deploy maintenance capability FOC – FY16 All sites (MALS): - Utilize RESP Model - Operate I-levels using CPI methodology (time domain w/ 10 day TRR goal) - Meet specified levels of CPI training for COs/XOs and Dept Heads/Chiefs at I level - Receive EPUK release 2 hardware, software & training - Receive LPT v1.0 software w/ expanded RESP Workbook and TPFDD support capability - Possess CSP Program elements required to: Slide: 11 11

12 Expeditionary Process Enabler Business Process Enabler
Current Readiness / End-to-End (E2E) Alignment / MALSP II Current Readiness Governance MALSP II Expeditionary Process Enabler MCAPP T-AVB MPF IT EDS TRANSPORTATION E2E Alignment Business Process Enabler Slide: 12

13 Transformation Alignment
MALSP II FRCs NAVICP DLA OEM Proactive Focus Readiness in Garrison War-Time Capability Able to Surge Responsiveness Agility / Flexibility Core Capable Units Closing RFT gaps E2E AIRSpeed Current Readiness Slide: 13

14 Transformation from MALSP to MALSP II
3/25/2017 from this… Push highly-capable footprint forward …to this Forward Operating Base (FOB) Main Operating Base (MOB) T-AVB (TBD) Parent MALS (PMALS) Expeditionary Support Base (ESB) Dynamic, demand-pull logistics chain Slide: 14 14

15 MALSP II In Action

16 Marine Aviation Logistics Enterprise Information Technology (MAL-EIT) Overview
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17 MALSP II Project Office Status
Integrated Information Technology (IT) is a Critical Transformation Enabler. Forcing Function: Divestment from MALSP - Transition to MALSP II - Sustainment of CPI - Synchronization of Efforts –

18 MALSP II Project Office Status
OWNERSHIP Credibility (capability development and delivery): Non-Fleet Activities and Organizations - Fleet Activities and Organizations - Legitimacy (program of record, defense business system, and investment review board):

19 MALSP II Project Office IT Status
Logistics IT EXCOMM M&S WG Strategy DoD Logistics Transformation Navy Logistics Integration EXCOMM MSWG MAGTF Logistics Integration NAE Maint and Logistics EA Higher Level Guidance IT Compliance Required Capabilities Policy and Doctrine Technical Constraints COI/Business Process Driven Requirements for Marine AVLOG Enterprise IT (MAL-EIT) included in EXCOMM MSWG Requirements set. Marine Aviation Logistics Enterprise IT (MAL-EIT) 19

20 MALSP II IT TOOL - EXPEDITIONARY PACK-UP KIT

21 MAL-EIT Road to MALSP II IOC FY14
(LOG IT EXCOMM M&S WG POR) 1QFY13 - FY14  (OEF MALS IT STANDS-DOWN AS PMALS IT STANDS-UP)  EPUK-2 4QFY12  (LOG IT IN TIME DOMAIN ACROSS A NODAL LAY-DOWN)  (MLI / NLI) Enroute Support Base (ESB) 1QFY11 OA Forward Operating Base (FOB) 2QFY11 OEF Main Operating Base (MOB) 2QFY11 OEF Parent MALS (PMALS) NLT 4QFY12 CONUS? Forward Operating Base – FOB (Austere Environment) Main Operating Base (MOB) OOMA GWS ATO THRU (16 OCT 12) 1QFY10 NOLA EPUK EPUK OOMA MALSP II Portal Infrastructure Forward Operating Base (FOB) En-Route Support Base (ESB) OOMA Main Operating Base (MOB) EPUK OOMA EPUK EPUK 21 OOMA OOMA 21 21

22 Marine Aviation Logistics Enterprise IT
Acquisition Strategy (Notional) ACAT III Defense Business System Supports MALSP II concept and IOC (FY14) / FOC (FY16) dates Acquisition sponsored by ASL 40, managed by AIR 6.8 under direction of NAVAIR Program Manager (Air 6.7) and Milestone Decision Authority (AIR 7.2) NAVAIR CIO is Milestone Decision Authority Acquisition strategy aligned with: USD AT&L Memorandum (Draft) “Acquisition Policy for Defense Business Systems” DCMO Memorandum dated 12 Feb 2010 “Implementation of Section 1072….”Business Process Reengineering” Incremental Acquisition Approach Increment 1 includes: Prototype (EPUK) Production Application (MAL-EIT) Slide: 22 22

23 Marine Aviation Logistics Enterprise IT
Program Schedule

24 MALSP II IT Notional Roadmap
NLI/MLI MAL-EIT EPUK r2 EPUK r1 LPT Logistics Planning Receive Next Gen Buffer Mgmt Managing TRR In a Time Domain R-Supply (Supply Data) GW Stow Functionality x Issue N-ERP APW Data Warehouse Existing Tools AAT (ELAT) Buffer Sizing BMT Buffer Monitoring NALCOMIS (Maint Data) RST Resource Sizing Functionality y AFAST DECKPLATE = Current State (Prototype & Existing tools), FY11 = Integrated State, FY12 = Defense Business System, FY14 = Future State

25 MALSP II / IT Tool Integration Aviation Logistics Transformation
ISSUE: (issue # assigned during SPP build) RDT&E PE: Portfolio: Force Application MALSP II / IT Tool Integration Aviation Logistics Transformation Capability/Program Description: Marine Aviation Logistics Support Program II Rationale for Adjustments: Change Proposal Warfighting Capability Impact of Adjustment: Expeditionary Pack up Kit (EPUK) is an automated wireless hardware / software solution that is a key enabler in integrating ACE and LCE Logistics IT systems to make the MAGTF more responsive, agile, flexible and lethal with the ability to support and sustain operations in austere expeditionary environments – in support of OCO requirements, the NAE Strategic Plan, Marine Corps Vision & Strategy 2025, and the USMC Long War Concept. Marine Aviation Logistics is changing to MALSP II to meet current and future operational requirements. Delaying EPUK will postpone improved effective support to OCO and other expansion requirements. EPUK is priority number 9 on the DCA Top PR-11 Unfunded Issues. Portfolio/Joint Impact: Joint Logistics IT Integration enabler. MOA Required: No Acquisition Issues: TBD Contract Termination Liability: N/A Significant Congressional or Industrial Impact: EPUK releases will be delayed and postpone IOC of the MALSP II “demand pull” “time domain” logistics chain, which is the Operations and Support ‘solution’ for current and future aviation platforms (e.g., MV-22, KC-130J, H-1Y/Z, JSF, CH-53K and UAS as linked to 202K initiative). COCOMS will not be able to reap the full benefits of aviation assets at their disposal due to ineffective Aviation Logistics support and sustainment capabilities. Stakeholder/Seams Issues: Marine Air Ground Task Force (Aviation Combat Element and Logistics Combat Element). RO: PM: Revised 19 MAY 2010

26 EPUK SUITE The EPUK suite contains the necessary hardware to support fully scaleable MALSP- II deployed operations in austere expeditionary or improved environments.

27 MALSP II / IT Hardware Sustainment Aviation Logistics Transformation
ISSUE: (issue # assigned during SPP build) OPN PE: Portfolio: Force Application MALSP II / IT Hardware Sustainment Aviation Logistics Transformation Capability/Program Description: Marine Aviation Logistics Support Program II Rationale for Adjustments: Change Proposal Warfighting Capability Impact of Adjustment: Expeditionary Pack up Kit (EPUK) is an automated wireless hardware / software solution that is a key enabler in integrating ACE and LCE Logistics IT systems to make the MAGTF more responsive, agile, flexible and lethal with the ability to support and sustain operations in austere expeditionary environments – in support of OCO requirements, the NAE Strategic Plan, Marine Corps Vision & Strategy 2025, and the USMC Long War Concept. Marine Aviation Logistics is changing to MALSP II to meet current and future operational requirements. Delaying EPUK will postpone improved effective support to OCO and other expansion requirements. EPUK is priority number 9 on the DCA Top PR-11 Unfunded Issues. Portfolio/Joint Impact: Joint Logistics IT Integration enabler. MOA Required: No Acquisition Issues: TBD Contract Termination Liability: N/A Significant Congressional or Industrial Impact: EPUK releases will be delayed and postpone IOC of the MALSP II “demand pull” “time domain” logistics chain, which is the Operations and Support ‘solution’ for current and future aviation platforms (e.g., MV-22, KC-130J, H-1Y/Z, JSF, CH-53K and UAS as linked to 202K initiative). COCOMS will not be able to reap the full benefits of aviation assets at their disposal due to ineffective Aviation Logistics support and sustainment capabilities. Stakeholder/Seams Issues: Marine Air Ground Task Force (Aviation Combat Element and Logistics Combat Element). RO: PM: Revised 19 MAY 2010

28 MALSP II Implementation Aviation Logistics Transformation
ISSUE: (issue # assigned during SPP build) O&M,N PE: Portfolio: Force Application MALSP II Implementation Aviation Logistics Transformation Capability/Program Description: Marine Aviation Logistics Support Program II Rationale for Adjustments: Change Proposal Warfighting Capability Impact of Adjustment: Deployment and sustainment of the next generation of Aviation Logistics Support is the transition to Marine Aviation Logistics Support Program II (MALSP II). MALSP II is a material and non-material family of systems which includes people, parts, repair capability, information technology solutions and transportation to support deployed and non-deployed core competent units across the Range of Military Operations (ROMO) and emerging operational concepts. MALSP II will allow aviation logistician to decrease total infrastructure and resource inventories forward by: 1) Moving the preponderance of the Maintenance and Supply workload to the CONUS Parent (P)MALS. 2) Reducing the total forward Aviation Logistics footprint (personnel, equipment, facilities and spares). 3) Enabling Marine Aviation Logistics support to be a more responsive, agile, and flexible capability with the ability to sustain operations in austere expeditionary environments. MALSP II is priority number 3 on the DCA Top PR-11 Unfunded Issues Portfolio/Joint Impact: Joint Logistics Integration enabler. MOA Required: No Acquisition Issues: TBD Contract Termination Liability: N/A Significant Congressional or Industrial Impact: Loss of resources to support the acquisition strategy will result in the inability to meet Milestone C, IOC, FOC and MAGTF ACE transformation to support OCO requirements, the NAE Strategic Plan, Marine Corps Vision & Strategy 2025, and the USMC Long War Concept. Marine Aviation Logistics is changing to MALSP II to meet current and future operational requirements. Delaying EPUK will postpone improved effective support to OCO and other expansion requirements. Stakeholder/Seams Issues: Marine Air Ground Task Force (Aviation Combat Element and Logistics Combat Element). RO: PM: Revised 19 MAY 2010

29 MLI / NLI Re-energize of MAGTF Logistics Integration (MLI) within the construct of Naval Logistics Integration (NLI). Aviation in supporting role to I&L, but leading the way. Marine AVLOG through natural relationship with Navy. Already integrated with Naval systems and processes. CPI Ongoing initiatives: ASL participation in NLI workshops, MCCDC / I&L conferences and wargaming. Leverage creation of CDD for AVLOG Enterprise IT through I&L sponsorship & funded with blue dollars. I&L use of ESB for stock prepositioning off the MEU’s

30 Enabling the Envisioned End-State
Expeditionary Site Command MALSP II Sortie Generation Factory Retail Wholesale NRFI Replenish Demand Repairables & Consumables BCM ACE Repairables & Consumables Distribution Depot FRC/ Contractor Depots FISC/ATAC ICP/DLA MALS FOB Sea Base FARPs MWSS Enroute Support Base (ESB) Supporting MALS Expeditionary Airfield Operations Construct Operate Defend Sustain Legend TRR Demand pull LOGCOM Enabler/Sustainer of MLG operations MLG Enabler/Sustainer of MWSS operations Slide: 30 30

31 QUESTIONS?


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