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UNCLASSIFIED 1 Contingency Expeditionary Force (CEF) Future Training Strategies First Army 2012 Maneuver Conference Fort Benning, GA 19 September 2012.

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1 UNCLASSIFIED 1 Contingency Expeditionary Force (CEF) Future Training Strategies First Army 2012 Maneuver Conference Fort Benning, GA 19 September 2012

2 UNCLASSIFIED 2 First Army “We no longer differentiate in an ultimate sense between Army, National Guard and Reserve Forces. Every energy…is bent to the development of the Army of the United States. Our purpose is to think only of the American citizen and to prepare him…for duties in war.” General John J. Pershing First Army’s First Commanding General 1917 UNCLASSIFIED 2

3 3 Overview First Army’s Responsibilities ….. Training Our Nations Reserve Component Forces for Future Contingencies ARFORGEN Progression ….. Reserve Component CEF Training Strategy Training Opportunities ….. For Sustaining Readiness of the Operational Force UNCLASSIFIED 3

4 4 Mission Statement First Army advises, assists and trains Reserve Component units during pre-mobilization periods. Conducts mobilization, training support, readiness validation, and deployment of alerted forces. Executes demobilization of Reserve Component forces in accordance with Department of the Army, and FORSCOM directives. Provides trained and ready forces in support of the Army Force Generation model. As directed, provides training to Joint, Combined, Interagency, and Active Army Forces. UNCLASSIFIED

5 5 Bottom Line First Army Serves as FORSCOM’s Executing Agent for Mobilization Operations in the Continental United States (CONUS) … plus Puerto Rico & the US Virgin Islands First Army provides trained and ready forces covering the full range of military operations responsive to the Combatant Commanders. We are the Army’s enabler, supporting the long- term readiness of our Nation’s Reserve Component capabilities between current Deployed Expeditionary Force (DEF) and Contingency Expeditionary Force (CEF) future training strategies. Reserve Component (RC) includes Army National Guard US Army Reserve UNCLASSIFIED 5

6 6 Intent of ARFORGEN Provide a sustained flow of trained and ready forces for Decisive Action operations and to hedge against unexpected contingencies at a tempo that is predictable and sustainable for an all-volunteer force. ARFORGEN Intent Reserve Component Challenges Sustaining Readiness Goals Within Constraints:  Resourcing  Authorized Training Days  Available Training Time  Travel Distances to Regional Training Centers 6

7 UNCLASSIFIED 7 New ARFORGEN Force Pools RC Force Generation - 2013 and beyond DAMO-TR Updated: 120910 PREDECISIONAL

8 UNCLASSIFIED 8 RESET T/R 1 T/R 2 T/R 3 AFP Rotational Apportioned Units (CEF Units) Operational Sustainment Pool T3 Operational Sustainment Pool T4 T4 T3 T2 T4 CTC LTP WFX XCTC WFX T3/T2 T4/T3 T4 = Leader Training Program - Staff Exercise = Combat Training Center Rotation = Exportable Combat Training Capability Exercise = Warfighter Exercise - CPX XCTC CTC LTP WFX DP Army National Guard BCT ARFORGEN Demand Based Models 12 Months T1 = BN Maneuver LFX & BCT/BN Staff Proficiency T3 = PLT Maneuver/LFX & BCT/BN Staff Proficiency T4 = Crew/Squad Maneuver & BCT Section & BN Staff Proficiency T2 = CO Maneuver / LFX & BCT/BN Staff Proficiency

9 UNCLASSIFIED 9 How the RC Will Sustain Readiness ….. combat effectiveness for the future XCTC - Primarily for Army National Guard BCTs (IBCT/ABCT/SBCT) - Focused on Assessing SQD/PLT – Company Capabilities & Proficiencies - BCT/BN level Mission Command Capability & Proficiencies CSTX / WAREX - Primarily for US Army Reserve Functional / Multi Functional Units Combat Training Center Like Experiences … to the Extent Possible Conducted at various Regional Collective Training Capability Installations in CONUS Maximizes First Army Training Support Capabilities Leverage LVC/G and JIIM Enablers XCTC Exportable Combat Training Capability Exercise CSTX Combat Support Training Exercise These Exercises provide an excellent opportunity for Active Army and Joint Force integration Examples UNCLASSIFIED 9 WAREX Warrior Exercise

10 UNCLASSIFIED 10 UNCLASSIFIED Regional Collective Training Capability (RCTC) Installations Cp Blanding Ft. Stewart Ft. Bragg Orchard Training Area (Gowen Field) Ft. Bliss Cp Shelby Ft. Carson Cp Guernsey Ft. McCoy Cp Ripley Cp Grayling Ft. Drum JB McGuire/Dix/Lakehurst Cp Atterbury Ft. Riley Ft. Sill Ft. Chaffee JB Lewis/McChord Ft. Campbell Ft. Benning Cp Roberts Ft. Hunter Liggett Ft. Pickett Ft. Hood Ft. Knox Umatilla/Boardman Ft. AP Hill Active Component Installations (IMCOM) (13) ARNG Installations (ARNG) (11) USAR Installations (IMCOM) (3) USAR Mission Training Complex Locations (5) ARNG Mission Training Complex Locations (3) Arlington Hts Ft Leavenworth FIG Cp Dodge Houston Birmingham Cp Parks Combat Training Centers (CTC) DIV/BDE Warfighter Exercises (WFX) Unified Endeavor (UE) Exportable Combat Training Capability (XCTC) Warrior Exercises (WAREX) Combat Support Training Exercises (CSTX) Command Post Exercises (CPX) RC Major Training Exercises

11 UNCLASSIFIED 11 UNCLASSIFIED Sustaining Our Imperatives ….. Trust Discipline Soldier Fitness Mentorship Leveraging the Full Capabilities of Our Training Domains ….. Institutions Unit Level Training Self Development Integration of Civilian Skills and Competencies Leader Development Emphasis Creating Adaptable Leaders ….. Able to Function Effectively & Make Sound, Rapid Decisions in Complex Environments UNCLASSIFIED 11

12 UNCLASSIFIED 12 UNCLASSIFIED Enablers COCOM Mission Guidance – Enables Leader Training, Mission Command and Replicating the Operational Environment Predictable Regional Aligned Forces and Combat Training Center Opportunities Home Station Enabler Support:  LVC/G, JTEN, Mission Command Systems (Simulations & Networks) and ALOTT  Web Based/Exportable Applications to Support Soldier, Leader & Staff Training Adequate & Available MTOE Equipment & Mission Specific Special Equipment What will our Reserve Components need to sustain future Readiness ? 12 UNCLASSIFIED

13 13 UNCLASSIFIED Army Total Force Policy Signed by Secretary of the Army on 04 September 2012 The Total Force - Integrated Operational Force; organized, trained, equipped & employed as force packages Long Term - Smaller and more capable land forces, regionally aligned, engaged at multiple levels, conducting wider range of military operations End State - A sustained flow of trained and ready RC forces capable of executing Decisive Action in support of the Combatant Commanders 13 Standards for qualification & professional development will be the same for AC & RC personnel. UNCLASSIFIED

14 14 UNCLASSIFIED Be A First Army Trainer Mentor If you are a 1LT to CPT or SSG to MSG Come be a First Army Trainer Mentor Apply your combat skills and proven leadership abilities Sustain the readiness of our Nations Reserve Component team Gain knowledge and experience that will serve the future… relevant to the Total Force Be a First Army Trainer Mentor “Make a Difference!” UNCLASSIFIED 14

15 UNCLASSIFIED 15 UNCLASSIFIED Contingency Expeditionary Force (CEF) Future Training Strategies First Army 2012 Maneuver Conference Fort Benning, GA 19 September 2012


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