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3D Marine Aircraft Wing “Bello Ac Pace Paratus” Prepared in Peace and War UNCLASSIFIED “Rocks in the Rucksack” V10 16 Jul 13
“Bello Ac Pace Paratus” Slide 2 UNCLASSIFIED Overview Issue Definitions Endstate Facts & Assumptions Actions to Date Interview Results Training Requirements Recommendations Proof-of-Concept Way Ahead Background Slides
“Bello Ac Pace Paratus” Slide 3 UNCLASSIFIED Issue Over time we have systematically added requirements into a commander’s “rucksack” Includes Institutional, Unit, Individual and Commander training requirements Also includes reporting, inspections, working groups and other requirements Some are mandated by DoD, DoN or Marine Corps policy; some are required specifically for deployment; however, some are simply added by process owners and could bear the scrutiny of review. Intent is to review all requirements in order to be as efficient and effective as possible and in the process return time to the commander which can then be invested in Committed and Engaged Leadership themes (Who We Are, Empowering Leaders at all Levels, Accountability, Pay It Forward and Back to Basics). Genesis: Follow-up to the Heritage Brief—Do we really understand who we are and where we are headed?
“Bello Ac Pace Paratus” Slide 4 UNCLASSIFIED A Rock Is.... A basic task that applies to most all Marines regardless of MOS to include, but not limited to: Annual training requirements such as hazing or marksmanship CGIP functional area inspectable items such as request mast or voting PME CMC-directed training such as Ethics or DADT A collateral duty that is required for most all units regardless of type to include, but not limited to Substance Abuse Control Officer, Uniformed Victim Advocate, Security Manager or Violence Prevention Officer Any additional requirements, e.g. ceremonies, working parties, events, etc.
“Bello Ac Pace Paratus” Slide 5 UNCLASSIFIED A Rock Is NOT.... A task that is specifically related to a Marine’s MOS to include, but not limited to: General administration Warehousing operations IT equipment maintenance A task that is specifically related to a unit’s type to include, but not limited to: Sortie-based Training Program Aviation maintenance & supply Aviation safety
“Bello Ac Pace Paratus” Slide 6 UNCLASSIFIED Endstate Giving time back to our commanders by.... Understanding of the extent and scope of what we are asking our commanders Proposing options to delete, combine, re-scope requirements Conduct a proof-of-concept evaluation with respect to the impact of removing “Rocks from the Rucksack” Proof-of-concept: A controlled mechanism to understand the impact on Institutional-Unit-Individual-Commander requirements changes
“Bello Ac Pace Paratus” Slide 7 UNCLASSIFIED Facts & Assumptions Scope was limited to O-6 command and below. The “rocks” list was compiled using multiple references, to include Marine Corps Orders, AIRS checklists, MARADMINs and others. “Rocks” do not include predeployment or MOS-specific requirements. Note: For purposes of this analysis, we did include some S-1/Admin requirements like DTS and GTCC. Institutional and Individual training “rocks” apply to most, if not all Marines on an annual basis. Unit training “rocks” apply to individuals or teams within the unit on annual or as-needed basis. This list is not exhaustive----more work is required----there are “pebbles” yet to be identified.
“Bello Ac Pace Paratus” Slide 8 UNCLASSIFIED Actions to Date Laid foundation for why we need to conduct the review via Committed and Engaged Leadership discussions Requested commanders identify all the “rocks”; limited success, but a start Expanded the input via an in-depth evaluation of the current MCBUL 1500, CGIP, MARADMIN and Center for Naval Analysis (CNA) “Constrained Training Time” studies review. Note: The CNA studies looked at annual, as-required and pre-deployment training requirements. Separated the requirements by “Bin,” made recommendations for reducing requirements and calculated time savings Reviewed 3d MAW Managers’ Internal Control Program and conducted follow-on data call and interviews to expand the scope beyond training requirements
“Bello Ac Pace Paratus” Slide 9 UNCLASSIFIED HQMC Actions In conjunction with the consolidation of the Behavioral Health (BH) Branch new training was developed to consolidate Substance Abuse, Suicide Prevention, Combat and Operational Stress Control, and Family Advocacy MAPIT (Marine Awareness & Prevention Integrated Training) Consists of three tiers of education: Entry Level Training (ELT), Continuing Education (CE), and Annual Unit Training(UMAPIT) UMAPIT conducted by OPFOR Reduces 3.5 – 5.5 hours (rank dependent) to 1.5 hours annually. Conducted in small groups (30 Marines) enabling small unit leadership Provides MAPIT dashboard for commanders to utilize for additional training on an as needed basis in specific BH areas Full program rollout FY14. MARADMIN guidance expected Jan 14.
“Bello Ac Pace Paratus” Slide 10 UNCLASSIFIED Rocks from around 3d MAW
“Bello Ac Pace Paratus” Slide 11 UNCLASSIFIED Common Concerns Common concerns: Those concerns that most, if not all, 3d MAW units consistently identified as problematic to accomplishing their mission. Red=Other “Last minute” requirements are frustrating, at times defeating and detrimental to accomplishing the mission. Decreasing computer-to-personnel ratio for mission tasks, training tasks and day-to-day communication without a corresponding decrease in need. Limited feedback from all RFIs We tailor the MAGTF, why not tailor the training? Appropriate training resources Impacts of personnel turnover
“Bello Ac Pace Paratus” Slide 12 UNCLASSIFIED “The Cost of Doing Business” Inadequately linked systems Defense Travel System Government Travel Charge Card EKMS MSHARP (Aviation and Ground) Automated Systems Management ATLASS to GCCS-MC (or any other system transition) DRRS-MC SharePoint WESS “The Cost of Doing Business”: Those processes or systems that exist within the Marine Corps that have become so ingrained and yet remain so inefficient. Red=Other
“Bello Ac Pace Paratus” Slide 13 UNCLASSIFIED Internal Opportunities Embrace Committed and Engaged Leadership in the practical sense: Empower Marines to teach rather than rely on “top-down” training methods (all-hands events, CBTs, etc.); this style stymies “bottom- up” initiatives and opportunity for growth and fosters a “wait until I’m told when and how” culture instead of a “give me the tools and I’ll make it happen” one. Standard and automated formats for products (requests, reports, briefs, etc.) across functional areas Internal opportunities: Those internal 3d MAW practices that can be adjusted/eliminated IOT create more efficiencies. Red=Other
“Bello Ac Pace Paratus” Slide 14 UNCLASSIFIED Aviation-Specific Insights Driven by qualifications/certifications Need to maximize training while balancing it with support (frags, community relations, etc.) Costs/benefits of T/M/S Lead Aviation-specific insights: While we are all Marines, there are differences that sets aviation apart. Red=Other
“Bello Ac Pace Paratus” Slide 15 UNCLASSIFIED Institutional-Unit- Individual-Commander Training Requirements
“Bello Ac Pace Paratus” Slide 16 UNCLASSIFIED CNA Study #1: Constrained Training Time: Defining and Characterizing the Problem Requested by Gen Conway in FY10 Sponsored by ACMC with CG, MARFORCOM as executive agent Published in Jun 11 Tasks Refine analysis methodology and identify major units Understand problem variability across the MAGTF and MEFs Define unit responsibility and quantify as possible Assess extent of problem and determine relative influence of contributing issues Identify possible effect of constrained training time Provide recommendations to mitigate the problem Limited scope: Infantry/LAR/Combat Logistics Battalions and VMA/HMLA squadrons deploying to OEF between Mar 10-Apr 12 Defined constrained training time Used quantitative and qualitative analysis Addressed time, manpower and resource driven issues Provided comprehensive list of annual and pre-deployment training requirements
“Bello Ac Pace Paratus” Slide 17 UNCLASSIFIED CNA Study #2: Constrained Training Time: Why It Matters and What Can Be Done Builds off of CNA Study #1 Published in Jan 12 Same tasks and scope Effects: Units making their own prioritization may have detrimental consequences for individual Marines/Corps as a whole Several short-term recommendations Make unit-level combat training a top priority Fully support and resource TECOM’s Training Support Centers Increase awareness on venue options (computer based vs lecture based Several long-term recommendations Conserve unit commander whitespace via annual T&E OAGs Develop a forward CE assignment model that minimizes the impact on unit leadership/prioritizes preserving unit-level training oversight Decrease or consolidate reporting requirements for aviation units Not known if these studies have had any impact on the commander’s burden.
“Bello Ac Pace Paratus” Slide 18 UNCLASSIFIED Institutional Bin MC Combat Water Survival Hazing MC Substance Abuse Program Sexual Assault Prevention and Response CBRN Defense Marksmanship (Rifle & Pistol) Equal Opportunity & Sexual Harassment Heat Injury Prevention PFT/CFT Suicide Prevention & Awareness Combat Conditioning Black=Current MCBUL Institutional requirements: Those annual training events that all Marines conduct primarily in a group setting. Black=Current MCBUL Brown=CNA Study Blue=CGIP Red=Other MCMAP USMC Common Skills—Suspended DRIVESAFE (Vehicle) Information and Personnel Security (Refresher and Counter Espionage) Request Mast PES Privacy Act BITS Voting Personnel and Family Readiness PME Violence Prevention
“Bello Ac Pace Paratus” Slide 19 UNCLASSIFIED Unit Bin Chasers Casualty Affairs Calls Officer Equal Opportunity Advisor/Manager/Representative Substance Abuse Control Officer Voting Assistance Office Security Manager Antiterrorism Officer MCMAP Instructors MCIWS Instructors Combat Marksmanship Coaches Range Safety Officers Environmental Compliance Officer/Coordinator Hazardous Waste Coordinator Aviation Safety Officer Ground Safety Officer/Manager Confined Space Program Manager Unit requirements: Those training events specific to an element of the MAGTF that only select Marines conduct in order to fulfill a unit requirement. Note: Most programs require an officer/SNCO to be appointed in writing and to attend the associated training, e.g. 40-hour Antiterrorism Level II Course required for unit Antiterrorism Officers. Blue=CGIP Red=Other Laser Safety System Officer Respiratory Protection Program Manager Radiation Safety Officer/Manager/Assistant Motorcycle Club President Motorcycle Club Mentor Mishap Investigator Traffic Safety Program Manager CBRN Defense Team SARC/UVA s Agency Program Coordinator (GTCC) Suicide Prevention Program Officer Suicide Prevention/Awareness Officer/SNCO Facilitators NLAMB Sgt Instructors OSCAR Team Mentor/Member COSC Representative Security Augmentation Force Violence Prevention Officer & Team
“Bello Ac Pace Paratus” Slide 20 UNCLASSIFIED Individual Bin Semper Fit (Tobacco, STD/HIV, Health Promotion) OPSEC ORM Combating Trafficking in Persons AT Awareness Cyber Awareness, to include IA & PII Code of Conduct Level A Environmental Awareness Regional, Cultural, Language Familiarization Black=Current MCBUL Individual requirements: Those training events that all Marines conduct individually, e.g. MarineNet or other online training system. Black=Current MCBUL Brown=CNA Study Blue=CGIP Red=Other
“Bello Ac Pace Paratus” Slide 21 UNCLASSIFIED As Required Remedial Conditioning Program Government Motor Vehicle Tactical and Commercial Driver Training Flightline Drivers' Licensing Remedial Driver Training Motorcycle Safety (I, II, III) Hearing Conservation Information and Personnel Security: Refresher, Classification Management, Unauthorized Disclosure, SCI Security Awareness Black=Current MCBUL Individual requirements: Those training events that all Marines conduct individually, e.g. MarineNet or other online training system. Black=Current MCBUL Brown=CNA Study Blue=CGIP Red=Other
“Bello Ac Pace Paratus” Slide 22 UNCLASSIFIED Commanders’ Bin Commandant’s Commanders Program Applicable Flight Refresher Training* Aviation Safety Commanders Course* Command Team Training MCCS Overview Installation Domestic Violence Services & Resources Senior Legal Officers' Course Environmental Awareness Training for Commanders COMSEC for Commanders Commanders’ responsibilities: Those training requirements for commanders. Purple=Per MCU; (*) indicates flying squadron commanders only Red=Other
“Bello Ac Pace Paratus” Slide 23 UNCLASSIFIED Comments from the Flightline “More emphasis should be placed on the foundational training provided to our leaders during their initial schooling, i.e. OCS/TBS, recruit training/MCT. Leadership, mentorship and upholding traditions/expectations, as well as fostering USMC institutional values, are all concepts that should be targeted early on and reinforced at every step along the way. This does not mean that repetition works with everything. Increased frequency of training does not necessarily coincide with the level of risk that particular topic presents. In order to achieve the desired effect, the relevance and particular timing of the training are the most critical elements of each training requirement.”
“Bello Ac Pace Paratus” Slide 24 UNCLASSIFIED Recommendations: General & Specific
“Bello Ac Pace Paratus” Slide 25 UNCLASSIFIED General: Prioritize Ideally this would occur as high as possible, i.e. Congress, Department of Defense or Service- level. Identify opportunities to combine like programs or eliminate obsolete programs Today’s environment: “Everything is important; therefore, nothing is important.” Tomorrow’s environment: “Keep the ‘main thing’ the main thing.”
“Bello Ac Pace Paratus” Slide 26 UNCLASSIFIED General: Combine Service-level or higher: Currently, programs are being institutionalized one-by-one instead of being incorporated into already existing programs. The Violence Prevention Program is a prime example of this: Instead of the VPP being incorporated into an existing leadership or safety program, it has its own order, training, AIRS checklist, etc. Unit-level: Commanders are currently doing this by incorporating multiple training requirements into BITS or other composite training evolutions.
“Bello Ac Pace Paratus” Slide 27 UNCLASSIFIED General: Create a Training Cell During in-processing: As soon as a Marine arrives at his unit, he completes a composite requirements training package so that when he checks into his section he is ready to focus on his primary mission. During yearly training: When a Marine is assigned to the rifle/pistol range, he is also enrolled in a composite requirements training package taught and/or coordinated by his unit’s S-3. This training package would add a few days away from his section, but it would eliminate “a class here, a class there” to meet all training requirements.
“Bello Ac Pace Paratus” Slide 28 UNCLASSIFIED Specific: Institutional Training Current Req – Recommended Req = Total Trng Hrs Savings over 3-Yr Tour NCO: 61 hrs SNCO/Off: 62 hrs Training RequirementCurrent Trng Hrs (NCO) Trng Hrs (SNCO/Off) 3 Year Tour (NCO) 3 Year Tour (SNCO/Off)Recommended 3 Year Tour (NCO) 3 Year Tour (SNCO/Off) Combat Water SurvivalAs required1.00 3.00 As required1.00 HazingAnnual1.00 3.00 Annual3.00 Substance AbuseAs required4.00 12.00 As required12.00 Sexual Assault Prevention & ResponseAnnual4.00 12.00 Annual12.00 CBRN DefenseAnnual4.00 12.00 Annual12.00 Combat Marksmanship (Rifle)Annual48.00 144.00 Annual144.00 Combat Marksmanship (Pistol)AnnualNot required16.00Not required48.00AnnualNot required48.00 Equal Opportunity & Sexual HarrassmentAnnual1.00 3.00 Annual3.00 Heat Injury PreventionAnnual1.00 3.00 Annual3.00 PFTAnnual2.00 6.00 Annual6.00 CFTAnnual2.00 6.00 Annual6.00 Suicide Prevention & AwarenessAnnual4.00 12.00 Annual12.00 Combat ConditioningWeekly120.00 360.00 Weekly360.00 MCMAPOne-time25.00 As required25.00 Marine Corps Common SkillsSuspended See Note 1 DRIVESAFE (Vehicle) *Under 26 yrs oldOne-time6.00 One-time, reduce age to under 24 yrs old6.00 Information and Personnel Security (Refresher and Counter Espionage)Annual1.00 3.00 Every two years1.00 Request MastAnnual1.00 3.00 Per enlistment or PCS1.00 PESAnnual1.00 3.00 Annual3.00 Privacy ActAnnual1.00 3.00 Per enlistment or PCS1.00 "Back in the Saddle" Safety StanddownSemiannual4.00 24.00 Semiannual24.00 VotingAnnual1.00 3.00 Annual3.00 Personal and Family Readiness PMESemiannual1.00 6.00 Annual3.00 Professional Military Education As required per rankNot calculated As required per rankNot calculated Violence PreventionAnnual1.502.004.506.00 Per enlistment or PTP or PCS1.502.00 TOTAL TRAINING HOURS 234.50251.00703.50753.00 642.50691.00
“Bello Ac Pace Paratus” Slide 29 UNCLASSIFIED Specific: Individual Training Current Req – Recommended Req = Total Trng Hrs Savings over 3-Yr Tour NCO: 24 hrs SNCO/Off: 24 hrs Training RequirementCurrent Trng Hrs (NCO) Trng Hrs (SNCO/Off) 3 Year Tour (NCO) 3 Year Tour (SNCO/Off)Recommended 3 Year Tour (NCO) 3 Year Tour (SNCO/Off) Semper Fit (Tobacco)Annual1.00 3.00 Per enlistment 1.00 Semper Fit (STD/HIV)Annual1.00 3.00 Per enlistment or PTP 1.00 Semper Fit (Health Promotion)Annual1.00 3.00 Per enlistment 1.00 OPSECAnnual1.00 3.00 Per enlistment or PTP 1.00 ORMAnnual1.00 3.00 Annual 1.00 Combating Trafficking in PersonsAnnual1.00 3.00 Per enlistment or PTP 1.00 AT AwarenessAnnual1.00 3.00 Per enlistment or PTP 1.00 Cyber AwarenessAnnual 4.00 12.00 Every two years 4.00 IAAnnualEvery two years PIIAnnualEvery two years Code of Conduct Level ABi-annually6.00 Per enlistment 6.00 Environmental AwarenessAnnual1.00 3.00 Per enlistment or PCS 1.00 Regional, Cultural and Language Familiarization (RCLF)Per rankVaries Per rank Varies TOTAL TRAINING HOURS 18.00 42.00 18.00
“Bello Ac Pace Paratus” Slide 30 UNCLASSIFIED Total Savings Over a 3-Yr Tour, if we implement recommended changes (Institutional + Individual).... NCO: 61 hrs + 24 hrs = 85 hrs SNCO/Off: 62 hrs + 24 hrs = 86 hrs
“Bello Ac Pace Paratus” Slide 31 UNCLASSIFIED Proof-of-Concept With the drawdown of OEF and a fiscally constrained environment, we now have both an opportunity and a need to rebalance our Institutional-Unit-Individual-Commander training requirements. Several 3d MAW G-shops, one Marine Air Group and two HMLA squadrons were included in the past CNA studies. With broad missions, high operational tempo and Committed and Engaged Leadership, 3d MAW is ideal to once again participate in future CNA studies.
“Bello Ac Pace Paratus” Slide 32 UNCLASSIFIED Proof-of-Concept COA Implementing vice Studying At 3d MAW, we are unaware which, if any, of the recommendations made by the CNA studies were implemented. We have not felt any relief from the burden of all Institutional-Unit-Individual-Commander training requirements; quite the opposite, we continue to feel the effects of more “rocks” being added to our “rucksack” on a regular basis, e.g. Violence Protection Program. Recommend any/all CNA study short- and long-term recommendations be implemented Corps-wide and follow-on CNA study be conducted to evaluate their effectiveness in returning time to the commander. Recommend validation and implementation of 3d MAW recommendations.
“Bello Ac Pace Paratus” Slide 33 UNCLASSIFIED Questions?
“Bello Ac Pace Paratus” Slide 34 UNCLASSIFIED Background Slides References Contributors CNA Studies Additional slides provided by TECOM regarding annual training requirements Additional interview perspectives Manager’s Internal Control Program
“Bello Ac Pace Paratus” Slide 35 UNCLASSIFIED References “Rocks in the Rucksack” Commander’s Inputs from MAG-13, MAG-16, MACG- 38, MAG-39, SgtMaj Lewis 3d MAW Inspector General Worksheet 3d MAW Manager’s Internal Control Program (https://sps.3maw.usmc.mil/compt/OMMC_MICP/default.aspx)https://sps.3maw.usmc.mil/compt/OMMC_MICP/default.aspx Inspector General of the Marine Corps Functional Area Checklists (http://www.hqmc.marines.mil/igmc/Resources/FunctionalAreaChecklists.aspx)http://www.hqmc.marines.mil/igmc/Resources/FunctionalAreaChecklists.aspx Center for Naval Analysis (CNA) studies Constrained Training Time: Defining and Characterizing the Problem Constrained Training Time: Why It Matters and What Can Be Done All “Rocks in the Rucksack” documents can be found on the 3d MAW G-3 SharePoint site (https://sps.3maw.usmc.mil/g3/Rocks%20in%20the%20Rucksack/Forms/WebFldr.aspx )https://sps.3maw.usmc.mil/g3/Rocks%20in%20the%20Rucksack/Forms/WebFldr.aspx
“Bello Ac Pace Paratus” Slide 36 UNCLASSIFIED Contributors Research Margaret Hoar, CNA; Sgt Rennie, MCMAP; Sgt Schaeffer, Combat Water Survival; Maj Margolis, Lejeune Leadership Institute; CWO3 Yoshida & MSgt Burket, CBRN Follow-on Interviews MAG-11: Maj Mrkvicka, Capt Bemis MAG-13: LtCol Blake, Maj Ebey, Maj Shipley, MGySgt Villarreal, MSgt Ewell, MSgt Gann, MSgt Hurt, GySgt Herron, GySgt Petrokovitch MAG-16: LtCol Gillard, LtCol Holtermann MACG-38: LtCol Lewis, MGySgt Vitale MAG-39: Maj Marvel, Capt Palumbo, Capt Spring, Capt Schloegl, SSgt Luff
“Bello Ac Pace Paratus” Slide 37 UNCLASSIFIED CNA Studies Ensure the CG is fully aware of the CNA studies Similar issues were brought to the previous CMC’s attention; a full study was conducted and recommendations were made From Margaux Hoar, Senior Research Scientist We did not make recommendations on what specific requirements should be changed or eliminated in the study, since we felt this was something that would require some deeper examination and was more appropriate for the Marine Corps itself to determine. This study has been widely briefed, to everyone from SMMC Barrett to the Command Element Advisory Board and numerous general officers, who all seem to concur that it is a problem. To my knowledge, however, there has not been a service-level effort to adopt our recommendations...though every couple of months I am contacted by someone at a command who has been tasked with investigating whether the individual command can make any appropriate changes. What action, if any, was taken as a result of the studies? If actions were taken, why are we still feeling the heaviness of the load? Did the recommendations not address 3d MAW’s concerns? If actions were not taken, why not? Would the recommendations address 3d MAW’s needs? What is the level of awareness/attention of the current CMC on these issues? Does he concur with the CNA studies? How do 3d MAW’s concerns differ from the CNA studies? Is it apples and oranges?
“Bello Ac Pace Paratus” Slide 38 UNCLASSIFIED TECOM Slides
“Bello Ac Pace Paratus” Slide 39 UNCLASSIFIED Total of 78.75 Hours of Required Annual Training
“Bello Ac Pace Paratus” Slide 40 UNCLASSIFIED MCBUL 1500 Annual Training Requirements Comprehensive catalog of annual training requirements Current version approved 6 Aug 2012 Draft version in development (scheduled publication May 2013) Significant Changes Catalogs hours required for training Places “zero sum” training hour requirement Establishes DC CD&I advocacy and CG TECOM proponency for additions, modifications or deletions of required training Establishes submission timelines for nominations of training events
“Bello Ac Pace Paratus” Slide 41 UNCLASSIFIED Additional Interview Perspectives
“Bello Ac Pace Paratus” Slide 42 UNCLASSIFIED Away from the Flagpole MCAS Yuma Medical support SWRFT support MCAS Camp Pendleton Range support Away from the Flagpole: Those concerns specific to MCAS Yuma or MCAS Camp Pendleton. Red=Other
“Bello Ac Pace Paratus” Slide 43 UNCLASSIFIED Managers’ Internal Controls Program
“Bello Ac Pace Paratus” Slide 44 UNCLASSIFIED S-1 & Legal S-1 General Administration Privacy Act Program Promotion Process Postal Affairs Publication and Directive Management/Forms Management Absentee Voting and Voter Registration Program Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Program Pay and Personnel Administration Retirement and Separations Process Casualty Affairs Limited Duty Administration Defense Travel System- Approval Process and Oversight Government Travel Charge Card Accountability Performance Evaluation System Career Retention Program Military Leave and Liberty Substance Abuse Program Military Awards Processing Marine Corps Sponsorship Program Terminal Area Security Officer Legal Military Justice Legal Administration
“Bello Ac Pace Paratus” Slide 45 UNCLASSIFIED S-2 & S-3 S-2 Intelligence Oversight Program Information and Personnel Security Physical Security S-3 Antiterrorism/Force Protection and Critical Infrastructure Program Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and Explosive Incidents Historical Program Unit Training Management MCI Program DRRS-MC Body Composition & military Appearance Program Marine Corps Martial Arts Program Marine Combat Water Survival Training Program Professional Military Education Physical Fitness Program Combat Marksmanship Program Sortie Based Training Program Operations Security (OPSEC) Program
“Bello Ac Pace Paratus” Slide 46 UNCLASSIFIED S-4 & S-6 S-4 Ammo Accountability/Planning/Control Armory/Serialized Small Arms Control Ground Equipment Maintenance Management Ground Equipment Record Procedures Vehicle Check In/Check Out procedures Vehicle Usage Monitoring Fuel Keys Environmental Management Hazardous Materials Bachelor Housing Management Meal Card Accountability Disposition of Serviceable and Unserviceable Assets Warehousing Operations Requisition and Receipt of Goods Property Accounting and Tracking Consolidated Memorandum Receipts Process Global Combat Support System-Marine Corps (GCSS-MC) Management S-6 Electronic Key Management System/Encrypted Comm Equipment IT Equipment Maintenance Hardware Accountability Website Security and Management Safeguarding Network PII Terminal Area Security Officer System Authorization Access Request (SAAR) Management Information Management
“Bello Ac Pace Paratus” Slide 47 UNCLASSIFIED Aviation Maintenance & Supply Aviation Maintenance Power Plants Airframes Avionics Ordnance Flight Equipment Mobile Facilities Aviation Supply Supply Personnel Administration Supply Management Consumable Management Repairables Management Squadron Support Supply Response Supply Accounting
“Bello Ac Pace Paratus” Slide 48 UNCLASSIFIED Fiscal & Safety Fiscal Budget Formulation, Justification, and Execution Financial Systems Access/Oversight Fund Control Personnel Training Requirements ULO, NULO, UMD, Tri-Annual Review Validations OTO, OTA Validations Contract Purchasing Process Government Commercial Purchase Card Program Consolidated Material Service Center Cards Virtual ServMart Fiscal Approval Process Offline Requisitions Managers’ Internal Control Program Safety Aviation Safety Program Ground Safety Program Industrial Hygiene Occupational Safety and Health Incident Report System Motorcycle Safety Program/Simulators Motor Vehicle Safety Program Mishap Prevention Fire Prevention Program Laser Safety Program Radiation Safety Program Radioactive Materials Receipt and Storage NATOPS Program
“Bello Ac Pace Paratus” Slide 49 UNCLASSIFIED Catch-All HQ Marine Corps Ball Fundraising Suicide Prevention Program Classified Material Control Request Mast Procedures Equal Opportunity Victim and Witness Assistance Color Guard Transition Assistance Management Program Family Readiness Unit, Personal and Family Readiness Program NAF Funds Management Chaplain Command Religious Program Religious Ministry Team Training Religious Ministry Team Facilities Religious Ministry Team Materials Religious Ministry Team Fiscal Management Religious Ministry Team Administration Medical/Dental Medical/Dental Readiness Medical Records Independent Duty Corpsman
“Bello Ac Pace Paratus” Slide 50 UNCLASSIFIED Common Concerns Common concerns: Those concerns that most, if not all, 3d MAW units consistently identified as problematic to accomplishing their mission. Red=Other “Last minute” requirements are frustrating, at times defeating and detrimental to accomplishing the mission. Decreasing computer-to-personnel ratio for mission tasks, training tasks and day-to-day communication without a corresponding decrease in need. Limited feedback from all RFIs We tailor the MAGTF, why not tailor the training? Appropriate training resources Impacts of personnel turnover “Last minute” requirements are frustrating, at times defeating and detrimental to accomplishing the mission. Decreasing computer-to-personnel ratio for mission tasks, training tasks and day-to-day communication without a corresponding decrease in need. Limited feedback from all RFIs We tailor the MAGTF, why not tailor the training? Appropriate training resources Impacts of personnel turnover