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1 UNCLASSIFIED 1 CURRENT OPERATIONS BRIEF 15 NOV 2012

2 UNCLASSIFIED 2 OutlineOutline Role of the United States Marine Corps –Commandant’s memorandum to the Secretary of Defense USMC Personnel Operation Enduring Freedom RC(SW) Situational Overview RC(SW) Counterinsurgency Global Force Disposition Marine Expeditionary Units 15 TH Marine Expeditionary Unit 24 TH Marine Expeditionary Unit 26 TH Marine Expeditionary Unit 31 ST Marine Expeditionary Unit

3 UNCLASSIFIED 3 Role of United States Marine Corps A Maritime Nation – naval forces fulfill our global maritime responsibilities –Not reliant on host nation support –Step lightly on allies and host countries –Operate simultaneously, and seamlessly across three domains (sea, land, air) –Provides operational reach and agility (buy time, decision space) Scalable and relevant across the range of military operations Expeditionary – a “state of conditioning” –Postured to respond at a moments notice Middleweight Force – unique lane in America’s armed forces –“… an efficient and effective hedge against the Nation’s most likely risks.”

4 UNCLASSIFIED 4 USMC Personnel Active Component - Operating Forces: 119,579 Trainees, Transients, Patients, Prisoners: 31,949 Supporting Establishment: 45,641 Activated Reservists: 2,194 Active Reserve: 2,419 Total on active duty: 201,782 Total Deployed: ~20,000 Total Afghanistan: ~9,700

5 UNCLASSIFIED 5 KANDAHAR I Marine Expeditionary Force (Fwd) Major General Charles M. Gurganus I Marine Expeditionary Force (Fwd) Major General Charles M. Gurganus Special Operations Task Force HQs (RC-SW) Marine Special Operations Company (RC-SW) Marine Special Operations Company (RC-W) Special Operations Task Force HQs (RC-SW) Marine Special Operations Company (RC-SW) Marine Special Operations Company (RC-W) NATO Training Mission-Afghanistan (NTM-A) NATO Training Mission-Afghanistan (NTM-A) Commander ISAF / US Forces - Afghanistan General John R. Allen Joint Staff Kabul – Individual Augments Commander ISAF / US Forces - Afghanistan General John R. Allen Joint Staff Kabul – Individual Augments Marine Corps Logistics Command (Fwd) R4 Operations Group Marine Corps Logistics Command (Fwd) R4 Operations Group Marines in Afghanistan 5

6 UNCLASSIFIED 6 Security Operations in RC(SW) Transition Process Begins Implemented in 5 tranches  Tranche 1 – Jul 2011  Tranche 2 – Dec 2011  Tranche 3 – May 2012  Tranche 4,5 – TBD Security Force Assistance  20 Marines/team average  Advise Afghan Forces  Afghan Border Police  Afghan Uniformed Police  Afghan National Army Governance/Development Leadership in 13/14 Helmand districts Regional Command (Southwest) Regional Command (Southwest) ANSF - Taking the Lead Partnering

7 UNCLASSIFIED 7 Global Force Disposition (As Of 15 November 12) Global Force Disposition (As Of 15 November 12) OPERATION EMBARKED WITH USN USMC DEPLOYMENTS MARSOC USCENTCOM USPACOM USAFRICOM CJTF-HOA OPERATION ONWARD LIBERTY LIBYA CRISIS RESPONSE SPMAGTF-AFRICA 13.1 USEUCOM GEORGIA DEPLOYMENT PROGRAM-ISAF 2 31 ST MEU USPACOM USCENTCOM OEF-AFGHANISTAN JORDAN OPERATIONAL DEPLOYMENT PROGRAM CRISIS RESPONSE UAE SECURITY COOPERATION EAGER MACE EAGER LIGHT FAST PLTS USEUCOM USCENTCOM USPACOM USNORTHCOM USSOUTHCOM USNORTHCOM RF/DF PUGET SOUND USBP GROUND SENSOR OPS DSCA OPERATIONS VIPPSA OPS USSOUTHCOM JOINT RIVERINE TRAINING TEAM 24 TH MEU USEUCOM USS FT MCHENRY USEUCOM EUCOM: ~2,700 NORTHCOM: ~400 AFGHANISTAN: ~9,700OTHER CENTCOM: ~4,700 SOUTHCOM: ~100AFRICOM: ~300PACOM: ~2, TH MEU USCENTCOM = Operation Enduring Freedom ~11,000 DEP W/US Navy ~4,900 Other Exercises ~4,100 Total Deployed ~20,000 USPACOM OEF-PHILIPPINES AUSTRALIAN FCE KMEP 13.1 CARAT BRUNEI KORU KIWI KEEN SWORD 13

8 UNCLASSIFIED 8 Marine Expeditionary Units (MEUs) POST-DEPLOYED 31 ST MEU USPACOM PRE-DEPLOYED DEPLOYED 22 D MEU CAMP LEJEUNE, NC TH MEU USEUCOM TH MEU CAMP LEJEUNE, NC 13 TH & 11 TH MEU CAMP PENDLETON, CA 15 TH MEU USCENTCOM 15 26

9 UNCLASSIFIED 9 BLT 3/5 HMM-364 (REIN), CLB-15DEPLOYMENT DATES: SEP 12 – MAY TH Marine Expeditionary Unit COL S. D. CAMPBELL 15 TH Marine Expeditionary Unit COL S. D. CAMPBELL 9 USS PELELIU USS GREEN BAY USS RUSHMORE (LSD-47) USS PELELIU (LHA- 5) USS GREEN BAY (LPD-20) USS RUSHMORE (LSD-47) EX CROCODILO TIMOR-LESTE OCT 2012 EX EAGER MACE KUWAIT NOV 2012

10 UNCLASSIFIED 10 BLT 1/2, VMM-261 (REIN), CLB–24 DEPLOYMENT DATES: MAR 2012 – NOV 2012 USS IWO JIMA (LHD-7) USS NEW YORK (LPD-21) USS GUNSTON HALL (LSD-44) USS IWO JIMA (LHD-7) USS NEW YORK (LPD-21) USS GUNSTON HALL (LSD-44) AFRICAN LION MOROCCO APR TH Marine Expeditionary Unit COL F. L. DONOVAN EAGER LION JORDAN MAY SUSTAINMENT TRAINING KUWAIT JUN-AUG 2012 SUSTAINMENT TRAINING DJIBOUTI SEP 2012

11 UNCLASSIFIED 11 BLT 2/1, HMM-262 (REIN), VMA-542, CLB–31DEPLOYMENT DATES: JUN 12 – DEC ST Marine Expeditionary Unit COL J. E. MERNA 31 ST Marine Expeditionary Unit COL J. E. MERNA 11 USS BONHOMME RICHARD (LHD-6) USS DENVER (LPD-9) USS TORTUGA (LSD-46) USS BONHOMME RICHARD (LHD-6) USS DENVER (LPD-9) USS TORTUGA (LSD-46) HAMEL 12 AUSTRALIA JUN 2012 MEUEX OKINAWA JUL 2012 CERTEX OKINAWA SEP 2012 PHIBLEX PHILIPPINES OCT 2012

12 UNCLASSIFIED 12 BLT 3/2, VMM-266 (REIN), CLB-26 DEPLOYMENT DATES: MAR – NOV TH Marine Expeditionary Unit COL M. G. ST. CLAIR 26 TH Marine Expeditionary Unit COL M. G. ST. CLAIR 12 USS KEARSARGE USS SAN ANTONIO (LPD-17) USS WHIDBEY ISLAND USS KEARSARGE (LHD-3) USS SAN ANTONIO (LPD-17) USS WHIDBEY ISLAND (LSD-41) DSCA SUPPORT ABOARD USS WASP NOV 2012 FLEET WEEK MARYLAND JUN 2012 FLEET WEEK FLORIDA APR 2012

13 UNCLASSIFIED 13 THIS CONCLUDES THE CURRENT OPERATIONS BRIEF


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