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1 Family Program Conference Domestic Operations Update
Commander’s Intent. During domestic emergencies I will designate a Joint Force Commander (JFC). The Joint Force Commander provides command and control for assigned joint forces during emergency response operations. The Joint Force Commander will, as necessary, identify a subordinate JTF Headquarters, commanded by an officer of appropriate rank, which will be prepared to respond to any contingency. The WI National Guard will maintain a 24/7 Joint Operation Center (JOC) at the JFHQ manned by both Army and Air Force personnel. The JOC will provide a Common Operating Picture (COP) of the National Guard response to all units and the State EOC. The Joint Staff will anticipate potential emergencies. They will lean forward by issuing warning orders to the staff and commands. Based on the nature and dimension of the incident, the Joint Staff will dispatch a Commander’s Assessment Element, led by a senior officer, to the incident site. The early assembly of the Joint Planning Group and JOC Staff will ensure our success. Having the trust of the Governor, I will direct the swift deployment of forces for possible incident response when appropriate. We will work closely with incident commanders on site to assist them to the fullest extent possible. We will not require local resources to be exhausted before we stage for an appropriate response. Command emphasis on risk management will ensure that Wisconsin’s Soldiers and Airmen safely perform their missions. Our purpose is to support the citizens of Wisconsin, and the citizens expect to see the National Guard in times of need. We will use Public Affairs to ensure the public that we are ready, willing, and able to respond. BG Scott D. Legwold Director – Joint Staff 1 1

2 Agenda Domestic Operations Overview Capabilities and SAD Responses
Other Activities 2

3 WING Resources Personnel 2,222 Air Force 7,961 Army 10,138 Total
Facilities 69 Armories 11 Maintenance Shops (Army) 2 Army Aviation Support Facilities 4 Air Force Installations HAYWARD Armory FMS 12 NEW RICHMOND Armory RIVER FALLS MEDFORD MERRILL ANTIGO MARINETTE GREEN BAY TWO RIVERS PLYMOUTH CLINTONVILLE KENOSHA FMS 6 RACINE OAK CREEK BELOIT MONROE ELKHORN RICHLAND CENTER PLATTEVILLE PRAIRIE DU CHIEN ONALASKA ARCADIA WEST BEND AASF 1 MILWAUKEE FMS 3 SUSSEX FMS 5 VIROQUA RHINELANDER TOMAHAWK l WHITEWATER FMS 8 OCONOMOWOC WAUKESHA BURLINGTON WATERTOWN REEDSBURG BARABOO HARTFORD PORTAGE WAUPUN MAUSTON RIPON JANESVILLE SPARTA CAMP DOUGLAS USPFO CSMS & FMS 1 WISCONSIN RAPIDS FMS 14 BLACK RIVER FALLS TOMAH FT McCOY WMA MATES NEILLSVILLE EAU CLAIRE FMS 7 CHIPPEWA FALLS ABBOTSFORD STEVENS POINT OSHKOSH FMS 10 BERLIN WAUPACA APPLETON FOND DU LAC MOSINEE WAUSAU FMS 13 MENOMONIE RICE LAKE SPOONER ASHLAND SUPERIOR MADISON FMS 9 AASF 2 Bldg 901 STARC & TAGO Aviation Armory Wright St. Armory FT ATKINSON MARSHFIELD ~2,200 Full Time Mention how that they should develop relationships with local National Guard Installations. Resource for local support.

4 National Guard - Background
Dual State / Federal Force Federal: Defend the U.S. State: Protect life and property Domestic Mission: On order of the Governor of Wisconsin, National Guard forces ordered to State Active Duty perform domestic operations in support of civil authorities. 48 to 60 Months 9 to 24 Months 25% Mobilized & Deployed Forces Homeland Defense 50% Homeland Security Pre- Mobilization Training 25% 3 to 24 Months 4

5 JOC and the Joint Staff Capability: Joint Operations Center (JOC)
Mission: The Wisconsin JOC serves as the focal point for Wisconsin National Guard (WING) domestic operations by: Maintaining situational awareness via Common Operational Picture (COP), Serving as a centralized communications and coordination node, and Providing a command and control platform for contingency response operations. 5

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7 WING Capabilities – 54th CST
Capability: 54th Civil Support Team (CST) Mission: Support civil authorities at a domestic Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, or high Explosives (CBRNE) incident site by: Identifying CBRNE agents / substances, Assessing current and projected consequences Advising on response measures, and Assisting with appropriate requests for support. 7

8 Past Operations Multiple CST Operations:
Dalai Lama Visit (18 to 25 JUL 08) Harley-Davison 105th Anniversary (27 to 31 AUG 08) Republican National Convention (01 to 04 SEP 08) Presidential Campaign Support (15 OCT 08) USS Freedom Commissioning (07 to 08 NOV 08 ) 32d IBCT Send Off (17 FEB 09) Columbus Chemical Industries Fire (11 MAY 09) POTUS Visit (4 NOV 09) LaCrosse Response (1 MAR 10) CIKR – Critical Infrastructure & Key Resources JOC monitored the white powder & propaganda incidents. However, there was no official deployment of WING assets for any white powder in WI 8

9 WING Capabilities – UH-60
Capability: UH-60 (Blackhawk) Mission: To provide a rapid aviation response to assist civil authorities in movement of personnel, damage assessment, search and rescue, and delivery of supplies during the response and recovery phase. Lift (personnel and supplies) Aerial Search and Rescue AERO-MEDEVAC Reconnaissance and assessment Fire Suppression 9

10 WING Capabilities – RC-26B
Capability: RC-26B Aircraft Mission: Provide Incident Awareness and Assessment (IAA): Fairchild SA-227 Metro 23; pressurized Twin Engine Turboprop 1200 NM Range 4 to 5 Hour Endurance Pilot, Co-pilot and Mission System Operator (MSO) Live Full-Motion Video (LFMV) downlink Can be transmitted to JFHQ-WI and displayed in JOC or to forward located elements 10

11 Past Operations Operation Southern Comfort
(Hurricanes Ike & Gustov Response) 09 SEP 08 to 19 SEP 08 Provided via EMAC: 35 personnel 1 x RC-26B Aircraft 2 x UH-60 ‘Blackhawk’ Aircraft 3 x UH-1 ‘Huey’ Aircraft Conducted Search and Rescue (SAR) and Incident Awareness and Assessment (IAA) operations CIKR – Critical Infrastructure & Key Resources JOC monitored the white powder & propaganda incidents. However, there was no official deployment of WING assets for any white powder in WI 11

12 Past Operations Operation Fargo (North Dakota Flooding)
27 MAR 09 to 24 APR 09 Provided via FEMA MA and EMAC: 20 personnel 3 x UH-60 ‘Blackhawk’ Aircraft Conducted assessment flights, MEDEVAC support, personnel movement and the capability to operate using night vision. CIKR – Critical Infrastructure & Key Resources JOC monitored the white powder & propaganda incidents. However, there was no official deployment of WING assets for any white powder in WI 12

13 WING Capabilities – 115th EOD
Capability: 115th Explosive Ordnance Disposal (115th EOD) Mission: Detect, identify, evaluate, render-safe, and dispose of foreign and domestic conventional, nuclear, biological and chemical unexploded ordnance (UXO) and improvised explosive devices (IEDs). Respond to military aircraft emergencies/crash recoveries Assist local agencies in situations involving military ordnance 13

14 Past Operations Multiple EOD Responses: Oshkosh, WI (09 JAN 09)
Hand Grenades Mequon, WI (23 MAR 09) 57mm Projectiles (anti-tank) Baraboo, WI (13 JUN 09) 10 inch Cannonballs / 81 mm mortar LaCrosse, WI (31 AUG 09) JATO bottles Ft. McCoy, WI (13 OCT 09) 155mm Projectile (artillery) Ft. McCoy, WI (09 NOV 09) CIKR – Critical Infrastructure & Key Resources JOC monitored the white powder & propaganda incidents. However, there was no official deployment of WING assets for any white powder in WI 14

15 Operation Spring Storm I (Spring 2008 Flooding)
05 JUN 08 to 21 JUL 08 Executed over 70 Missions: 26 Incident Aerial Assessment (IAA) missions 3 Evacuation missions 11 Security missions 13 Logistical Support Missions 7 Debris Removal missions 7 Engineer Support missions 3 Water Pumping missions 1 Power Generation mission Over 300 personnel participated CIKR – Critical Infrastructure & Key Resources JOC monitored the white powder & propaganda incidents. However, there was no official deployment of WING assets for any white powder in WI 15

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17 Operation Kentucky Windage (Kentucky Ice Storm 2009)
05 FEB 09 to 12 FEB 09 Provided via EMAC: 51 pesonnel 12 x Dump Trucks 5 x Loaders Associated support vehicles and equipment Conducted debris removal operations in Dixon, KY CIKR – Critical Infrastructure & Key Resources JOC monitored the white powder & propaganda incidents. However, there was no official deployment of WING assets for any white powder in WI 17

18 WING Capabilities – NGRF
Capability: National Guard Reaction Force (NGRF) Mission: The WING organizes and maintains an NGRF to support domestic operations in both WI and CONUS to ensure both the Governor of Wisconsin and Commander, USNORTHCOM have a flexible all-hazards response force. Ready Reaction Force (RRF): 125 personnel ready to deploy from a designated location within 4 hours Follow-on Force: 375 personnel ready to deploy from a designated location within 24 hours security, presence patrols/shows of force, establish roadblocks and/or checkpoints, control civil disturbances, provide force protection / security, or respond to and assist in protecting critical infrastructure/key resources 18

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20 Troop Visit to Iraq Dec 2009 Pictures

21 DJS – Iraq Trip Pictures

22 SPP Senior Leader Visit: 1-4 DEC 2009

23 Peace Square: Monument to the Disarmament of Nicaragua
1994: Peace agreement signed by President Violeta Chamorro ending an uprising of violence A weapons buy-back campaign collected thousands of arms from former Contras Weapons were destroyed and placed in concrete at a park in Managua

24 Peace Square: Monument to the Disarmament of Nicaragua
Small Arms Nicaragua Honduras Total Heavy Machine Guns 14,408 512 14,290 Mortars 2 4 Grenade Launchers 106 28 134 Grenades 1,182 83 1,265 Mines 740 570 1,310 Missiles 138

25 Peace Square: Monument to the Disarmament of Nicaragua

26 Wisconsin National Guard
Questions / Comments Wisconsin National Guard 26

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28 The Adjutant General’s Intent
Maintain a 24/7 Joint Operation Center (JOC) to provide a Common Operating Picture (COP) Anticipate potential emergencies and lean forward by issuing warning orders to the staff and commands Direct the swift deployment of forces for incident response when appropriate Work closely with incident commanders on site to assist them to the fullest extent possible We will not require local resources to be exhausted before we stage for an appropriate response Commands will emphasize risk management to ensure Wisconsin Soldiers and Airmen safely perform their missions Commander’s Intent. During domestic emergencies I will designate a Joint Force Commander (JFC). The Joint Force Commander provides command and control for assigned joint forces during emergency response operations. The Joint Force Commander will, as necessary, identify a subordinate JTF Headquarters, commanded by an officer of appropriate rank, which will be prepared to respond to any contingency. The WI National Guard will maintain a 24/7 Joint Operation Center (JOC) at the JFHQ manned by both Army and Air Force personnel. The JOC will provide a Common Operating Picture (COP) of the National Guard response to all units and the State EOC. The Joint Staff will anticipate potential emergencies. They will lean forward by issuing warning orders to the staff and commands. Based on the nature and dimension of the incident, the Joint Staff will dispatch a Commander’s Assessment Element, led by a senior officer, to the incident site. The early assembly of the Joint Planning Group and JOC Staff will ensure our success. Having the trust of the Governor, I will direct the swift deployment of forces for possible incident response when appropriate. We will work closely with incident commanders on site to assist them to the fullest extent possible. We will not require local resources to be exhausted before we stage for an appropriate response. Command emphasis on risk management will ensure that Wisconsin’s Soldiers and Airmen safely perform their missions. Our purpose is to support the citizens of Wisconsin, and the citizens expect to see the National Guard in times of need. We will use Public Affairs to ensure the public that we are ready, willing, and able to respond. 28 28

29 The Adjutant General’s Intent (cont)
Our purpose is to support the citizens of Wisconsin. The citizens expect to see the National Guard in times of need. We will use Public Affairs to ensure the public that we are ready, willing, and able to respond. Commander’s Intent. During domestic emergencies I will designate a Joint Force Commander (JFC). The Joint Force Commander provides command and control for assigned joint forces during emergency response operations. The Joint Force Commander will, as necessary, identify a subordinate JTF Headquarters, commanded by an officer of appropriate rank, which will be prepared to respond to any contingency. The WI National Guard will maintain a 24/7 Joint Operation Center (JOC) at the JFHQ manned by both Army and Air Force personnel. The JOC will provide a Common Operating Picture (COP) of the National Guard response to all units and the State EOC. The Joint Staff will anticipate potential emergencies. They will lean forward by issuing warning orders to the staff and commands. Based on the nature and dimension of the incident, the Joint Staff will dispatch a Commander’s Assessment Element, led by a senior officer, to the incident site. The early assembly of the Joint Planning Group and JOC Staff will ensure our success. Having the trust of the Governor, I will direct the swift deployment of forces for possible incident response when appropriate. We will work closely with incident commanders on site to assist them to the fullest extent possible. We will not require local resources to be exhausted before we stage for an appropriate response. Command emphasis on risk management will ensure that Wisconsin’s Soldiers and Airmen safely perform their missions. Our purpose is to support the citizens of Wisconsin, and the citizens expect to see the National Guard in times of need. We will use Public Affairs to ensure the public that we are ready, willing, and able to respond. 29 29

30 WING Capabilities – 54th CST
54th CST – Vehicles / Equipment UCS GATOR ADVON OPS MED SURVEY 30 30

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32 WING Capabilities – NGRF
NGRF Non-Lethal Capabilities Counter Personnel Training Devices Riot Control Baton 30 Riot Control Suit (FIST) 1 Family of Restraint Systems Strike Pads 10 Flex Cuffs 300 Training Batons 10 Flex Cuff Cutters 6 Flex Cuff Training Devices 30 Family of Electronic Stun Devices Mk-4 Inert Training Dispenser 15 X26 Taser 10 Mk-9 Inert Training Dispenser 15 Taser 25’ cartridge 450 Taser Demo Cartridge Training 2 Oleoresin Capsicum Dispersers Taser 21’ Simulation Cartridge 100 Mk-4 OC Dispersers 24 Mk-9 OC Dispersers 6 Enhancement Devices QUADCON Container 1 security, presence patrols/shows of force, establish roadblocks and/or checkpoints, control civil disturbances, provide force protection / security, or respond to and assist in protecting critical infrastructure/key resources Ballistic Shin Guards 3 Ballistic Body Shield 1 Ballistic Face Shield 1 Non-Ballistic Riot Shin Guards 30 Non-Ballistic Riot Body Shield 15 Non-Ballistic Riot Face Shield 30 Protective Equipment X26 Taser Holster 10 Mk-4 Disperser Pouches 24 Mk-9 Disperser Pouches 6 X26 Taser Data Download Unit 6 32

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