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1 “To Stay a Soldier…”

2 Leadership Challenges STRATEGIC—fundamental, overarching themes which are at the heart of the Army/Military medical mission, the Army’s/DoD’s mission and, by extension, the national defense OPERATIONAL—issues which require planning and coordinated execution at the larger corporate (i.e., DoD, Army) or major command level TACTICAL—practical, local issues/processes which build the basis for operational and strategic success

3 Strategic Challenges Restoring trust in Army/Military Medicine— D,O,T,M,L,P,F Maintain effective, high quality care while fundamentally changing PDES—D,O,T,L,P Build/improve partnerships (joint medical Services, VA, private sector care, etc.)—D,O,T,L,P Continue important initiatives—don’t throw the baby out with the bath water—T,L

4 Operational Challenges Communications Plan—T, L, P Maintain & Build Teams—T, L, P Establish or restore organizational rhythm, predictability and agility in chaos—T, L

5 Tactical Challenges Facility & personnel assessment resource gap analysis—L Key personnel—T, L Int & Ext Communication—T, L Continuum of Care—D,O,T,M,L,P,F

6 181115JUN07 6 01 Jan: Long Term Objectives AMAP FOC 03 Sep:AMAP IOC 15-30 Jul: Staff Assistance Visits 20 Jun – 10 Jul Azimuth Check 18 Jun: Brief EXORD AUSA 15 Jun:CSA Quick Wins 15 Jun: SFAC IOC 04-25 May: Parallel Planning 04 May: Draft DA WARNO 24-27 Apr: AMAP Conference 24 Apr:WTB IOC 10 Apr: Issue Guidance 08 Apr: Deliberate Planning Begins Conditions Set For AMAP Execution Warriors and Families in Transition Fully Supported EXECUTION of AMAP Deliberate Plan - Planning Team Formed - Procedures for SFAC - WTU C2 and Standards - Secure Resources - Leadership Established - Common SA Visits Assessments - DAIG - RMC LDRs - WTU CDRs - IMCOM - Unit CDRs PLANPREPAREEXECUTE End State Vision Leadership: - Training Complete - C2 Nested - Procedures Established and Checked - WTU Instituted Processes: - MEB Friction Reduced - PEB Streamlined - Care Providers in Place Facilities: - Hold Facilities Adequate - Soldier Amenities (TV, CPU) Warriors Fighting For Warriors in Transition Dashboard Tracking 23 Mar: SFAC IOC 05 Jun: WTU TDA Review 14 Jun: Pilots Complete Congressional Engagement 03 Sep: Short Term Objectives 15-30 Feb:Unit Sustainment Visits 21 Oct:AMAP Follow-up Conference STRATCOM The Way Ahead VCSA QW VTC 13 Jun: 07 May: CONG Engagement 04 Jun: EXORD Published 1.What We Have Done 2.How We Track 3.What We Need 4.The Way Ahead * DAIG Compliance Inspection 1 st Qtr FY08 – Date TBD

7 181115JUN07 7 Deliberate Plan - Planning Team Formed - Procedures for SFAC - WTU C2 and Standards - Secure Resources - Leadership Established - Common SA Visits Assessments - DAIG - RMC LDRs - WTU CDRs - IMCOM - Unit CDRs End State Vision Leadership: - Training Complete - C2 Nested - Procedures Established and Checked - WTU Instituted Processes: - MEB Friction Reduced - PEB Streamlined - Care Providers in Place Facilities: - Hold Facilities Adequate - Soldier Amenities (TV, CPU) Warriors Fighting For Warriors in Transition Congressional Engagement STRATCOM 1.What We Have Done 2.How We Track 3.What We Need 4.The Way Ahead PHASES TIMELINE & MILESTONES ENDSTATE

8 181115JUN07 8 01 Jan: Long Term Objectives AMAP FOC 03 Sep:AMAP IOC 15-30 Jul: Staff Assistance Visits 20 Jun – 10 Jul Azimuth Check 18 Jun: Brief EXORD AUSA 15 Jun:CSA Quick Wins 15 Jun: SFAC IOC 04-25 May: Parallel Planning 04 May: Draft DA WARNO 24-27 Apr: AMAP Conference 24 Apr:WTB IOC 10 Apr: Issue Guidance 08 Apr: Deliberate Planning Begins Conditions Set For AMAP Execution Warriors and Families in Transition Fully Supported EXECUTION of AMAP Deliberate Plan - Planning Team Formed - Procedures for SFAC - WTU C2 and Standards - Secure Resources - Leadership Established - Common SA Visits Assessments - DAIG - RMC LDRs - WTU CDRs - IMCOM - Unit CDRs PLANPREPAREEXECUTE End State Vision Leadership: - Training Complete - C2 Nested - Procedures Established and Checked - WTU Instituted Processes: - MEB Friction Reduced - PEB Streamlined - Care Providers in Place Facilities: - Hold Facilities Adequate - Soldier Amenities (TV, CPU) Warriors Fighting For Warriors in Transition Dashboard Tracking 23 Mar: SFAC IOC 05 Jun: WTU TDA Review 14 Jun: Pilots Complete Congressional Engagement 03 Sep: Short Term Objectives 15-30 Feb:Unit Sustainment Visits 21 Oct:AMAP Follow-up Conference STRATCOM The Way Ahead VCSA QW VTC 13 Jun: 07 May: CONG Engagement 04 Jun: EXORD Published 1.What We Have Done 2.How We Track 3.What We Need 4.The Way Ahead * DAIG Compliance Inspection 1 st Qtr FY08 – Date TBD

9 What is the significance of this photo?

10 “I am a Warrior in Transition. My job is to heal as I transition back to duty or continue serving the nation as a Veteran in my community. This is not a status, but a mission. I will succeed in this mission because I AM A WARRIOR AND I AM ARMY STRONG.” …and this photo?

11 BRAC and Integration September 2011 Walter Reed NATIONAL MILITARY MEDICAL CENTER BETHESDA

12 Thank you...Questions?


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