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PE15 SCENARIO DISCUSSION Mr. Scott Griffin. Agenda Scenario Concept Tabletop Details RFI Examples Capabilities and Vulnerabilities Possible Resource Shortfalls.

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1 PE15 SCENARIO DISCUSSION Mr. Scott Griffin

2 Agenda Scenario Concept Tabletop Details RFI Examples Capabilities and Vulnerabilities Possible Resource Shortfalls Group Compilation C2 Structure Participating Organizations Enabling Toolsets Workshop Flow Sample Day Questions

3 Scenario Concept Senior level focused TTX; no equipment Earthquake Scenario affecting Manila area; utilizing Balakatan 2012 data CB organized into groups. Each group represents a responding country, e.g. groups A, B, C, D –Group A represents Country Philippines (affected state) –Group B represents responding Country Blue –Group C represents responding Country Purple **Divided into four sectors –Group D represents responding Country Green –Does each group represent the same country? –What is the MNCC composition??? –Multinational Coordination Center (C6) strategic focus Discuss challenges and solutions we’ve developed and how to partner better and build upon those relationships Include national, local and AFP participation Should focus areas be initial entry, sustainment and retro or Crisis Assessment and Preparation, Deployment, Mission Operations, Transition, Redeployment? Another focus area? Incorporate Mil/IHC/Academia into TTX AFP / HN provided scene setter and AFP/Government status as applicable (Search, Rescue, and Retrieval context)

4 Table Top Details Groups will utilize computer with DisasterAWARE software for situational awareness and for decision making Equipment compliment for the scenario will be equipment from the MCIG database Focus on using the MNF-SOPs, APAN, MCIP developed processes and procedures Requests for Information (RFI) submitted via APAN to white cell Morning Updates Guidance will be given after the update Groups will work on developing the needed Courses of Action during the day –Facilitator will be present in each group –RFI’s can submitted during this period In the later afternoon, each group will brief their recommended COA(s) Self-critique / facilitator critique / C6 critique

5 RFI examples Logistics -What is the status of the commercial ports? -What is the structural damage to bridges and highways? -What is the condition of Clark/Subic? Medical -What is the HN capability for mass casualty events? -What are the AFP, UN, AID/OFDA initial requirements? Engineering -Do HN hospitals have independent water and power? -What is the status of power generating facilities for the affected area? -Are the fresh water facilities operational? In not, what’s required to make them operational?

6 Capabilities and Vulnerabilities Multinational Force Capabilities -C2 -Transportation -Airlift with fixed – and rotary -Sustainment of capabilities -Water production / purification -Debris clearance -Ground support for air operations -Information Operations Multinational Force Vulnerabilities -Access to throughput nodes -Force protection -Force Health Protection -Subsequent nation disasters

7 Possible Resource Shortfalls Equipment -Imagery -Port opening capability -Bridging assets -Fuel -Power generator availability -Any others which should be considered?

8 C2 Structure Planners to develop a graphic of C2 structure / MNCC –Who is C6 (AFP) and Deputy C6 (US)? Rotations? Other recommendations? –Groups/Countries composition TBD

9 Participating Organizations (in White Cell) Philippines Volcanic Society (PHILVOL) Philippines National Disaster Risk Reduction Management Center (NDRRMC) USPACOM J7 Center for Excellence (CFE) Pacific Disaster Center (CDC) AFP Directorate representatives J2, J3, J4, J6 UN organizations Office of Coordination Humanitarian Assistance (OCHA), World Food Programme (WFP), others NGOs Humanity Road, others Academia representing Republic of Philippines Universities, others

10 Enabling Toolsets PDC’s DisasterAWARE (situational awareness toolset) Collaboration Portal – All Partners Access Network (APAN) - , Chat, File repository, COP Multinational Forces Standard Operating Procedures Multinational Communications Interoperability Guide (MCIG)

11 Workshop Flow Week 1 Monday – Opening Ceremony / Wednesday MCIP/PE Business (Daily TTX situational updates) Thursday - TTX (training/preparation) Friday – TTX Week 2 Monday – TTX Tuesday – TTX Wednesday - TTX Thursday – PSCM attendance? Estimated completion time? Friday – PSCM attendance / Closing Ceremony

12 Sample Day During TTX Situational update (J7/White Cell) CDR’s Guidance (what he is looking for in COAs) COA development, research, initial plans, RFIs (refreshments as needed) Initial Review of COAs with C Lunch COA refinement COA briefs by Groups C6 decision Critiques (self, C6, facilitators) How do we want to inject items through the day? Or only in morning to work through? Do we want each group to work on the same thing, 2 groups on 1 topic, 2 groups on another topic, or all four groups working 4 different topics each day?

13 QUESTIONS

14 Proposed Group Composition Group A Philippines Group BGroup CGroup D PhilippinesBangladeshBruneiCanada FijiIndiaNew ZealandJapan French PolynesiaAustraliaLaosMongolia Papua New Guinea MaldivesMalaysiaSingapore SamoaNepalThailandUnited States Sri LankaVietnamSouth Korea


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