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1 UNCLASSIFIED NGB Joint Staff, October NGB Joint Staff Agenda TCIP 2008 NGB Overview NGB J3 NGB J6 NGB J34 Panel Discussion

2 UNCLASSIFIED NGB Joint Staff, October (5.1.4) (5.1.1) NGB is under Authority, Direction & Control of SecDef SecDef normally exercises AD&C through SecAR and SecAF for T10 matters CNGB is a principal advisor to SecDef through CJCS on non- federalized (Title 32 and state active duty) forces CNGB is the principal advisor to SecAR, CSA, SecAF, and CSAF on matters relating to the NG (5.1.3) (5.1.3 & 5.1.4) NGB Relationships – (DoDD ) SecAR CSA SecAF CSAF CNGB DANG DARNG SECDEF Authority, Direction, and Control Advisory Communicate “A Joint Activity of the Department of Defense” (3.1) NATIONAL GUARD BUREAU CJCS (3.1.1) NOTE: Parenthetical references are sections of DoDD Combatant Commands (3.1.2) (5.1.2) SECDEF CJCS DoD Components (other than DA/DAF (5.1.1) (3.2.2) (3.2.3)

3 UNCLASSIFIED NGB Joint Staff, October National Guard Capabilities National Guard Consequence Management Capabilities Mr. Malcholm Reese NGB J3

4 UNCLASSIFIED NGB Joint Staff, October KEY CHARACTERISTICS: Certified by Secretary of Defense Unique to National Guard Main role is support to Governor and IC Sophisticated Reachback System Interoperable with Civil Responders KEY CHARACTERISTICS: Certified by Secretary of Defense Unique to National Guard Main role is support to Governor and IC Sophisticated Reachback System Interoperable with Civil Responders MISSION: Support civil authorities at a domestic CBRNE incident site by identifying CBRNE agents/substances, assessing current and projected consequences, advising on response measures, and assisting with appropriate requests for state support. (Analytic, advisory, civil-military interface and communications functions) Commander & Deputy Commander & Deputy Operations Team Operations Team Administration & Logistics Team Administration & Logistics Team Medical Team Medical Team Communications Team Communications Team Survey Teams Survey Teams Weapons of Mass Destruction – Civil Support Teams (WMD-CST)

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6 UNCLASSIFIED NGB Joint Staff, October CASUALTY EXTRACTION CASUALTY EXTRACTION DECON MEDICAL NG CERF-P Command & Control NG CERF-P Command & Control CBRNE Enhanced Response Force-Package (CERF-P) MISSION: On order: Responds to chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear, or high yield explosive (CBRNE) incident and assists local, state, and federal agencies in conducting consequence management by providing capabilities to conduct patient decontamination, emergency medical services, and casualty search and extraction. (Casualty Search and Extraction/Recovery, Mass Casualty Decontamination, and Emergency Medical Treatment ) KEY CHARACTERISTICS: Comprised of NG Modified Table of Equipment units Unique to National Guard Specialized Training and Equipment meets National Fire Protection Association and National Institute of Safety and Health/ Occupational Safety and Health Administration standards ARNORTH validated capabilities Interoperable with Civil Responders At least one CERFP per Federal Emergency Management Agency Region FATALITY SEARCH AND RECOVERY (FSRT) FATALITY SEARCH AND RECOVERY (FSRT)

7 UNCLASSIFIED NGB Joint Staff, October Teams cover 79% of CONUS Population within 250 mile radius for a one team response Population

8 UNCLASSIFIED NGB Joint Staff, October N+0 N+1.5 N+3< N+6 N+8 < N+ 12 Assembly Area Or NG CERFP Main Deploys to Assembly Area or Staging Area Incident Site Staging Area Local & State First Responders NG CERFP Hot Zone CST MAIN CST MAIN CST ADVON CST ADVON CERFP ADVON CERFP ADVON CERFP MAIN CERFP MAIN CERFP Alerted CERFP ADVON Departs CST Notification CST ADVON Departs CST Main Departs CERFP MAIN Departs NG CERFP CERFP Tier II & III Response Operations N+6 to N+72 Hours Concept of Operation Response Timeline CSTs & NG CERFP Provide A Phased Capability CSTs detect and identify CBRNE agents/substances, assess the effects and advise the local authorities on Managing the effects of the attack and assist with request for other forces CERFPs locate and extract victims from a contaminated environment, perform medical triage and treatment, and perform mass patient/casualty decontamination

9 UNCLASSIFIED NGB Joint Staff, October National Guard Capabilities National Guard Consequence Management Capabilities Mr. Malcholm Reese NGB J3 Questions?

10 UNCLASSIFIED NGB Joint Staff, October Joint CONUS Communications Support Environment (JCCSE) BG Hank McCann Director, NGB J6 National Guard Bureau J6

11 UNCLASSIFIED NGB Joint Staff, October Agenda Overview of the Joint CONUS Communications Support Environment (JCCSE) The Joint Information Exchange Environment (JIEE) The National Guard Bureau (NGB) Joint C4 Coordination Center (JCCC) The Joint Incident Site Communications Capability (JISCC)

12 UNCLASSIFIED NGB Joint Staff, October JCCSE - Vision The vision for JCCSE is to enable the reliable and timely flow of key information to support state and Federal military activities, routine and otherwise, required for HD, CS, and other mission needs. Must enable a COP Based on partnerships with Interagency and Combatant Command partners as well as the NG community Supports employment of the NG in civil support operations (both State and federal) Supports interoperability through common standards approach

13 UNCLASSIFIED NGB Joint Staff, October JCCSE - Vision Joint CONUS Communications Support Environment (JCCSE) JCCSE, is an umbrella concept to enable the reliable and timely flow of key information to support state and Federal military activities for Homeland Defense and Civil Support. It includes the communications systems and programs that provide connectivity, collaboration-situational awareness, and C4 coordination. Currently, the key components of JCCSE are Joint Incident Site Communication Capability (JISCC), Joint Information Exchange Environment (JIEE), and the Joint C4 Coordination Center (JCCC). Key Components  Connectivity: JISCC-NGB J6 completed fielding of 58 communications suites in all 54 states and territories.  Collaboration/Situational Awareness: JIEE- Creates an information sharing environment to support access to event related data and situation reporting, standardized battle staff processes (RFIs/RFAs), and Joint C4 Asset Coordination.  C4 Coordination: JCCC-Organization and facility supports the USNORTHCOM horizontal information exchange of the IT common operating picture (COP).  Connectivity: JISCC-NGB J6 completed fielding of 58 communications suites in all 54 states and territories.  Collaboration/Situational Awareness: JIEE- Creates an information sharing environment to support access to event related data and situation reporting, standardized battle staff processes (RFIs/RFAs), and Joint C4 Asset Coordination.  C4 Coordination: JCCC-Organization and facility supports the USNORTHCOM horizontal information exchange of the IT common operating picture (COP).

14 UNCLASSIFIED NGB Joint Staff, October Joint Info Exchange Environment (JIEE) Used by the NGB Joint Coordination Center (JoCC) and Joint Force Headquarters – States as the primary Situational Awareness tool Supports improved routine and crisis operations by: –Provides access to event-related information to responders at multiple levels –Supports standardized requests for information and assistance –Supports the building of the NGB COP –Supports asset coordination

15 UNCLASSIFIED NGB Joint Staff, October Joint C4 Coordination Center (JCCC) The NGB’s “eyes and ears” for National Guard communications related activities Three Operational JCCC Nodes located at JP1, Smyrna, DE and North Smithfield, RI Core Functions: –Assist states with coordination for the employment of NG C4 capabilities in support of HD/CS missions –Develop and maintain the NG C4 COP –Provides interface with USNORTHCOM on communications related activity Also provides expertise to assist states in developing spectrum plans

16 UNCLASSIFIED NGB Joint Staff, October JISCC is employed in support of operational NG response forces at the direction of the JTF – State Commander JISCC capabilities –Commercial Telephone –Commercial Internet –Radio interoperability with 1 st Responders –Satellite reach-back Deployed to 54 states & territories Joint Incident Site Communications Capabilities (JISCC)

17 UNCLASSIFIED NGB Joint Staff, October Summary JCCSE capabilities are in all 54 states and territories Continuing to work with USNORTHCOM to mature capabilities through the JCCSE Strategic Advisory Board (JSAB) Continuing to work with both DoD and DHS to improve domestic incident response information sharing Recent Operational Successes: –California Wildfires –Midwest Floods –2007 & 2008 Hurricane Season Support

18 UNCLASSIFIED NGB Joint Staff, October Questions ? Joint CONUS Communications Support Environment (JCCSE) BG Hank McCann Director, NGB J6 National Guard Bureau J6

19 UNCLASSIFIED NGB Joint Staff, October Provost Marshal Col Thomas McGinley NGB J34 National Guard Bureau J34

20 UNCLASSIFIED NGB Joint Staff, October Joint ATFP Assessments –DHS Teams –DIB Teams NGB PM-J34 Organization & Functions Information Sharing National Guard Reaction Forces Non Lethal Capabilities SWB Border Violence Personal Protective Services PROGRAMS

21 UNCLASSIFIED NGB Joint Staff, October Critical Infrastructure Protection DIB TEAMS DHS TEAMS Colorado OR, WV (2), MI, NV, New York WA, MN, GA, VA, TX West Virginia CIP Teams are comprised of National Guard Soldiers and Airmen trained to conduct vulnerability assessments of industrial sites and other infrastructure critical to US Government agencies Provide a comprehensive assessment capability of critical infrastructure / key resources (CI/KR) to help develop a common operating picture and decision making information for various government agencies in prevention, deterrence, mitigation and response.

22 UNCLASSIFIED NGB Joint Staff, October National Guard Reaction Force Each state, territory and district has a NGRF comprised of a battalion-sized (app 500 pax) Initial company-sized QRF response (app 130 pax) within 8 hours of an incident with the BN (-) (app 370 pax) within 24 hours. NGRF missions: - key site security - security patrols/show of force, - establishing roadblocks - control civil disturbances - secure WMD incident sites. NGB currently working to develop NGRF standards for training, equipment, deployment and reporting.

23 UNCLASSIFIED NGB Joint Staff, October Non-Lethal Capability Sets (NLCS) Riot Control Module 240 sets distributed to all states - 36 legacy Kentucky 344 instructors trained by United States Marine Corps at Ft. Leonard-Wood

24 UNCLASSIFIED NGB Joint Staff, October Provost Marshal Col Thomas McGinley NGB J34 Questions? National Guard Bureau J34

25 UNCLASSIFIED NGB Joint Staff, October Panel Discussion National Guard Bureau


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