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1 CONTINGENCY OPERATIONS/READINESS Presented By: HMCS(FMF/NAC/EXW)Chad Mcfall Contingency Support/Emergency Management (M3B6) 1 Classification: FOUO

2 World-Class Care…Anytime, Anywhere Terminal Objective (1) Describe the Navy Medicine Contingency Operations/Readiness process and the impact of Adaptive Force Packaging Readiness. (2) Describe key concepts of the Navy Medicine Contingency Operations and Readiness and Adaptive Force Packaging Readiness. 2

3 World-Class Care…Anytime, Anywhere Enabling Objectives Describe the BUMED M3B6 Mission and Organization. Discuss the Navy Medicine M3B6 Challenges: – Individual Augmentation (IA)/Deployment Process – High Demand/Low Density Manning issues Explain the IA COCOM RFF Process. Explain the IA/BUMED Business Rules. Discuss EMPARTS. Describe the “The Way Forward: Adaptive Force Packaging.” 3

4 World-Class Care…Anytime, Anywhere M3B6 Mission Principal Advisor to the SG on all matters pertaining to Contingency Operations and Emergency Management across BSO-18. Respond to COCOM/USFF Request for Forces and access capacity to support to meet the CNO’s mission. Supply Ready Forces to the Combatant Commander. 4

5 World-Class Care…Anytime, Anywhere M3B6 Mission (Con’t) Future: Monitor Readiness of all Adaptive Force Packages. Support for Training evolutions and TEMADD requests from COCOM/USMC. 5

6 World-Class Care…Anytime, Anywhere USFF N1 (Package/OPORD) JS (GFMAP) Annex A COCOM JFCOM (Logbook Entry) JS OPNAV N3 AUG TASKING LETTER N093 OVERSIGHT JFCOM J3/J1 USFF N1, N3, N7 Capacity/Solution BUMED USFF N3/N1 ( Logbook Response) PERS ORDERS Sourcing USFF N1 CNRF BUMED PERS ORDERS (AC) (RC) USFF N1 GSA OPNAV N3AUG/ N093 APPROVAL Draft Reclama Navy IA Process 6

7 World-Class Care…Anytime, Anywhere USFF N1 Capacity/Solution (NMCMPS/Package) OPNAV N3AUG / N093 TASKING LETTER CNRF (RC) BSOs BUMED PERS ORDERS USFF N1 USMC HSAP Process OPNAV N3AUG/N093 REVIEW/VALIDATE REQMT MCMPS to NMCMPS PP&O (Approval) MCCDC Total Force Structure MARFOR MEF (MCMPS Entry) USMC (MSC) MARRESFOR BUMED 7

8 World-Class Care…Anytime, Anywhere Individual Augmentation (IA) Sourcing Process FFC Enters Mission Data into IA Portal. FFC Tasks Mission to BSO-18 (BUMED) via . BUMED Performs Supportability Analysis in EMAPRTS. BUMED Creates mission in EMPARTS. BUMED Tasks to Region via . Region identifies IA (via subordinate commands). Region assigns nominee in EMPARTS. Region sends nominee grid to BUMED via . BUMED enters Primary and Alt nominees in IA Portal. BUMED sends nominee grid to FFC via /IA Portal. FFC validates nominees. FFC forwards to Expeditionary Combat Readiness Center (ECRC). ECRC Issues Orders, Updates IA Portal. BUMED validates nominee suitability. 8

9 World-Class Care…Anytime, Anywhere BUMED IA Business Rules Highlights Validated missions must be supported if community is manned 75% or greater above P9 Billets Authorized. This is the “red line”. May be violated at Surgeon General’s discretion. BUMED Timelines: – Existing Requirements (Refills) and New Requirements > 60 days from Report Date: Nominees must be submitted within 30 DAYS of tasking message. – Emergent Requirements (<60 days from Report Date): Nominees must be submitted within 15 DAYS of tasking message. – BUMED must submit reclamas to USFFC within 10 DAYS of tasking message. – BUMED will task Regions within 4 DAYS upon receipt of tasking from USFFC. – If < 70 Days from report date, BUMED must assign nominee and allow 2 DAYS for command to accept or offer alternate nominee. Region/Command Nomination Timelines: – Must submit primary and alternate nominees by suspense date detailed in tasking message. – If region fails suspense date, BUMED will assign a nominee. Regions then have 2 DAYS to accept or offer alternate nomination. – Reclamas must be submitted to BUMED with 2 DAYS of tasking. – If primary nominee falls out, regions must activate alternate or offer new nominee within 1 DAY upon notification of fallout. Sailor Notification Timelines (From issuance of orders to Report Date): – Standard is > 90 DAYS. – Minimum is 60 DAYS. – Must complete all screening requirements within 20 DAYS of nomination submission. IA Candidates Must: – Have been at duty station for > 90 DAYS. – Not have filled an IA billet in the part 3 YEARS (waiverable). – Have a minimum 1-to-1 DAY dwell time from previous deployment (even if at previous command). – Not be within 9 MONTHS of PRD (PRD extension request may be submitted to PERS). – Have > 90 DAYS from date of estimated return to EAOS (may reenlist or extend prior to deployment). – If HYT, have >120 DAYS from estimated return date to mandatory separation date. – If retiring, have >150 DAYS from estimated return date to retirement date. 9

10 World-Class Care…Anytime, Anywhere R-83R-88R-90 IA Sourcing Timeline R-86R-80 R-76 R-75 R-60R 7 days16 days7 days60 days Msg Rcvd from USFF/NRFC Tasked to Regions Reclama Due Within 48 Hours Noms Due to BUMED M3B6 Div Chief Notified M3B6 Director Notified Noms Due to USFF M3 Notified Member Receives Orders First Interim Stop Report Date Fixed gates are depicted in Orange. All others are notional and subject to change depending on operational requirements. 10

11 World-Class Care…Anytime, Anywhere Historic Navy Medicine I/A Requirements ( ) FY 2014 currently demonstrates significant drop off due to missions not being official signed off yet by SECDEF into FY-14. We expect decreased slope angle in decrease of requirements as requirements are validated. 11

12 World-Class Care…Anytime, Anywhere Navy Medicine I/A Requirements TAD Missions are not reflected; requirements in FY-14 include: Continuing Promise 2014 USS Gray Hull (TBD)= Approx 150 Pax Pacific Partnership 2014 Various Locations= Approx 77 Pax Joint Personnel Accountability Command (JPAC) 31 Pax (IDC’s) FY-14/15 Anticipated requirements: Total Requirements Kandahar Role III: 237 Pax Will continue to trend towards heavier Reserve mix, expect to level out to 75% / 25% Reserve do not have billets in certain communities (i.e. IDCs) Although overall footprint is decreasing, certain communities will experience increase in OPTEMPO due to smaller detachments/elements vs. large concentrated units.

13 World-Class Care…Anytime, Anywhere Navy Medicine I/A Requirements TAD Missions are not reflected; requirements in FY-14 include: Continuing Promise 2014 USS Gray Hull (TBD)= ~150 Personnel Pacific Partnership 2013 USNS MERCY(T-AH 19) = ~ 550 Personnel Joint Personnel Accountability Command (JPAC) = 31 IDC’s Reserves do not have billets in certain communities (e.g. IDCs) Net requirements are decreasing, certain communities will experience increased deployments. Src: USFFC IA Portal, 22 AUG 2013 Reserve (RC)Active (AC) ** NOT Including FY-15 Theater Security Cooperation Engagement Missions

14 World-Class Care…Anytime, Anywhere FY-14 Medical Support Requirements OCTNOVDECJANFEBMARAPRMAYJUNJULAUGSEP PP14 (77) // ROLE III KAF (NMW) (242) // ROLE III KAF (237) // EMF DJIB (NME) (38) // EMF DJIB (NME) (38) LRMC (98) LRMC Joint Personnel Accountability Command (JPAC) (31) Avg. USMC HSAP Requirements (319) // = Large Rotation Movements // (76) 14

15 World-Class Care…Anytime, Anywhere Questions? HMCS(FMF/NAC/EXW) Chad Mcfall Work: (703) BB: (202)


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