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1 1 Confirmation Brief " To provide robust, realistic, and safe training for 2DMAW in the conduct of T-AVB operations. " USNS WRIGHT 5 AUG - 10 SEP 2010 CAROLINA HORNET 2010

2 2 Mission  On 5 Aug 2010, MALS-31 will lead robust, realistic, and safe training for 2DMAW in the conduct of T-AVB operations. MALS, MWSS and MWCG, embark aboard the USNS WRIGHT to exercise expeditionary aviation logistics capabilities in support of 2DMAW aircraft ashore.

3 3 Platform Program Status Description Issues Displacement23,800 lt Speed (80% power) 18 kts Length602 ft Draft29.8 ft Crew 41 (Commercial U.S. Merchant) Troop Lift25 Officer/SNCO; 300 Enlisted Cargo Cube Operational Mode300* MFs & 52 Access Modules Transport Mode688* 8’x8’x20’ Containers (TEUs) Flight Deck(Level 2/Class 3) all helicopters T-AVB usable life expires 2019 (Curtiss) and 2020 (Wright). Loss of T-AVB capabilities in 2019 will include the loss of dedicated sea base for employment of a tailored aviation Intermediate Maintenance Activity (IMA) to support fixed and rotary wing aircraft. Loss of T-AVB capability will cause an adverse effect on TRR and loss of the following; Ability to exploit T-AVB comm suite, opportune lift, MALSP node, tailorable off- load, and loss of sea base platforms Role and Requirement in MALS Future: Aviation Logistics Support Aboard MPF(F) Study 21 Oct 2002 Final Report - Identified T-AVB like-capabilities as required in the Sea basing squadron Provide a dedicated sea-lift / sea base for the rapid movement of the aviation intermediate level (I-level) maintenance capability to sustain fixed and rotary-wing aircraft. Provide strategic lift in a conventional container or Roll- On/Roll-Off (RO/RO) configuration Provides selected, sea-based expeditionary logistics support to a MAGTF ACE. Maintained in five day Reduced Operating Status-5 (ROS- 5) by the Maritime Administration (MARAD), a component of the Department of Transportation (ADCON and OPCON). Upon Activation – OpCon transfers to Military Sealift Command (MSC) (ADCON stays MARAD). T-AVB 3 T-AVB Description

4 4 Objectives  PURPOSE OF EVENT: Validate AVLOG and maintenance support to a strategically agile, scalable and tactically flexible MAGTF Operational Maneuvers From the Sea (OMFTS) Ship-to-Objective Maneuver (STOM) Other Expeditionary Operations (OEO) Distributed Operations (DO)  Produce cadre of Marines trained in full spectrum of T-AVB load operations  Coordinated Flight Ops Flight deck crew certification MV-22 flight deck qualification coordination  Maintain proficiency in deploying/employing and operating aboard the T-AVB ships  Exercise all shipboard upgrades  Exercise full Satellite Communication operations  MARLOGs (Air) Identify Logistical choke points  Exercise shipboard loading software (TALPS)  Movement of Mobile Facilities and ancillary equipment to the SPOE/D  Develop and exercise of (AT/FP) Protection plan  Exercise MEDEVAC Plan

5 5 Orientation 160 Miles Beaufort, SC 55 miles New River, NC 85 miles Cherry Point, NC Wilmington MCAS New River MCAS Beaufort MCAS Cherry Point Sunny Point North Carolina South Carolina

6 Overview  Biennial MARFORCOM T-AVB exercise 5 Aug – 10 Sep 2010  2DMAW - lead agent for MARFORCOM  MALS-31 is the host MALS and lead planner for 2DMAW  CO MALS-31 is Commander of Troops (COT) USNS WRIGHT  PERSONNEL: MALS-31 (131) w/ MAG-31 and 2DMAW augments MALS-14 (30) MALS-26 (19) MALS-29 (35) MALS-41 (5) MALS-49 (30) 1st MAW and MARFORPAC Observers (13) MALS-12 (4) MALS-24 (4) MALS-36 (4) MARFORPAC (1) MGySgt Sexton 3rd MAW Augments (7) 3381 Food Service (2) 6694 ALIMS (2) AVI/ MF COORDINATOR (2) Civilian (1) Robert Mohler TAVB Analyst NCIS (2) TOTAL PERSONNEL (272)  TOTAL MMF: (86) 6

7 Overview  Notional MEB A/C Mix: EA6B (5) AV-8B (14) KC-130J (6) MV-22 (12) CH-53E (8) UH-1N (9) AH-1W (17) F/A-18 A/C/D (24)  Training Locations: USNS WRIGHT, Baltimore, MD Sunny Point (MOTSU) MCAS Beaufort (AT/FP PLT)  Training Audience: AVIATION/COMM/FOOD SERVICE/MEDICAL 7

8 8 PHASE I - PRE-DEPLOYMENT PREP  2DMAW HOSTED PLANNING CONFERENCES: IPC 30 - 31 MARCH MPC 18 - 19 MAY FPC 28 - 29 JULY  WEEKLY TELECONS: 6  SHIP SITE SURVEYS: Initial Ship Site Survey (ISSS) 28 JUN - 1 JUL Pre Deployment Site Survey (PDSS) 21 - 23 JUL Sunny Point (MOTSU) Site Survey 27 July  PRE- DEPLOYMENT TRAINING: TAVB FAMILIARIZATION AND LOAD TRAINING 6 - 12 DEC (BALTIMORE) COMMEX TRAINING 3 - 8 MAY (BALTIMORE) LOADEX TRAINING 9 - 13 AUG (BALTIMORE) AT/FP PLT TRAINING 9 - 13 AUG (MCAS BEAUFORT) MHE TRAINING 16 - 17 AUG (MOTSU) AT/FP PLT ROE BRIEF 2 AUG (MCAS BEAUFORT)  ROSTERS: Roster coordinated and utilized for accountability, NIPR/SIPR access, billeting, messing, MMF support  FUNDING: No cost accrued by 2DMAW ISO exercise Total exercise cost to date, $350K

9 9 Exercise Calendar PHASES II - VII AUG 2010 SunMonTuesWedThursFriSat 1234567 91011121314 15161718192021 22232425262728 293031 5/6/2015 Telcon 1000 LOADEX 126 Marines via JOSAC/Comm Air/ Conduct Loading Exercise Bring online WSC-6 and related Comm Prepare Galley to serve meals, on load Food Stores Ship Activation Activities Activities Marine Det arrives SPOE to capture and Stage Equipment Marine Det arrives SPOE to capture and Stage Equipment Ship Activation Activities Ship arrive SPOE Begin Loading arrive SPOE Begin Loading Load Pers. arrive SPOE, prep for loading arrive SPOE, prep for loading At Sea Operations MARLOG, Helicopter Support Advon of 5 Marines arrive Baltimore Main Body Arrives 73 Marines Cargo arrives at MOTSU Ship departs Baltimore AT/FP PLT 26 Marines DEPARTS BEAUFORT MALS-49 (30) Marines Depart

10 SunMonTuesWedThursFriSat 1234 567891011 1213 10 ENDEX Return SPOD MOTSU At Sea Operations MARLOG, Helicopter Support Exercise Calendar PHASES II - VII SEP 2010 OFFLOAD Start/ MB DEPART OFFLOAD CREW DEPARTS/ SHIP RETURNS TO LAYBERTH

11 11  Daily SITREP: Provided to MAG-31 HQ daily Additional reporting requirements to be determined during FPC  S-6: NIPR/SIPR Access will be available MWCG-28 providing 13 COMM Marines to augment MALS-31 Limited band width WSC-6 Deployed E-mail Address DSN phone capability  Equipment: Weapons: (4) M2, (2) M240G, (5) M1014, (50) M9, (174) M16, (24) KBAR (50) deployable laptop computers (1) Iridium phone (86) MMF ADMINISTRATION & LOGISTICS

12 12 ADMINISTRATION & LOGISTICS  Medical Plan Ship dispensary with basic medical and dental services available MALS-31 Doc and 2 corpsman embarked with AMALS Medivac to beach for anything other than routine treatment  Chaplain: Chaplain West and RP from MAG-31  PAO Combat Camera will embark with Main Body and coordinate with PAO at MCAS Beaufort for story  AFTER ACTION: Due 25 October.

13 13 Logistical Support Plan  Billeting Aboard Ship for LoadEx and Ops at Sea Hotel and PMR Auth for POG at MOTSU while waiting on arrival of ship 10 Marines x 4 nights  Messing Marines will utilize the ship's mess deck for all meals There will be no charge for chow  Alcohol No Alcohol will be permitted aboard ship In Port Liberty Plan will be in place for ADVON LOADEX utilizing buddy system and liberty log book IOT mitigate incidents. Liberty will expire at 2200.  Ship’s Store 1 MCX Marine will embark aboard ship to manage ship store. Cash only

14 Logistics Cont  Movement TPFDD / MDSS II Data submitted 14 Jul 2010 TOT / TOP submit 20 Jul 2010 Depart: TOT: 17-18 Aug 2010 LoadEx: 8 Aug 2010 to Baltimore (Maint Marines) Advon: 8 Aug to Baltimore (COMM, Food Service, Medical) AT/FP Plt: 16 Aug to Baltimore Embark Catch Crew: 17 Aug to MOTSU (Receive and Stage gear) MB: 23 Aug to MOTSU Return: MB: 6 Sep 2010 TOT: 7-9 Sep 2010 Embark: 8 Sep 2010 Rear Det: 10 Sep 2010  Transportation JOSAC for LoadEx, Advon, and Commercial buses for MB Gov’t / rental van for POG 14

15 15 II MEF COC 910-451-8138 EMAIL- smbiimefcgcoc@iimef.usmc.milsmbiimefcgcoc@iimef.usmc.mil LtCol Falcone 910-451-8856 EMAIL- jeffrey.falcone@usmc.miljeffrey.falcone@usmc.mil COMMAND & SIGNAL 2DMAW LtCol Mades 252-466-2246 DSN: 582 EMAIL- john.mades@usmc.mil@usmc.mil MALS-31 Rear Executive Officer – Daily Check-In Major Kolter Miller Office Tel: 843-228-7575 BB: 843-271-4365 Email: kolter.miller@usmc.mil MALS-31 Fwd LtCol Russell Blauw Phone: 757-443-8500 DSN:646 EMAIL: russell.blauw@usmc.milrussell.blauw@usmc.mil Supplementary – Iridium Phone

16 16 Phase Hazard RAC Control Implemented Res RAC IILOADEX/ Embarkation / Debarkation2B1. Hand Picked Experienced Safety Observers 2. Inexperienced Marines paired with Experienced Marines 3. LoadEx Training 4. Daily Safety Briefs 5. Designated Work/Rest Hours 6. PPE 3C II14 - 19 AUG POST LOADEX, BALTIMORE LIBERTY 3B1. 2200 Liberty expires/Logbook/Buddy System 2. Duty Driver/Corpsmen 3. PME trips USMC Museum/ Gettysburg 4. Supervision by (12) SNCO and (2) Officer 4C VFlight Ops2B1. Certified Air Officer 2. Flight Deck Crew Training 3. PPE 4. Limited Flight Deck Access During Flight Ops 3C VReduced Visibility Ops3B1. Buddy System 2. Flash Lights 3. Evening Muster Safety Brief 4C II - VIIShip-board Life4B1. Small Unit Leadership Supervision 2. Drills 3. Indoc / Familiarization Tours 4. 2x Daily Accountability Musters 5. Safety Brief 4C VWaterborne Ranges Crew Serve/Small Arms 2C1. 0369 RSO, Safety Observers 2. Weapons familiarization training 3. F/A-18 Range Sweep of Impact Area 4. 2nd Fleet designated range 5. Impact area monitored by ship's RADAR 3D OPERATIONAL RISK MANAGEMENT

17 FPC AGENDA  MARLOGS  ICRL SUPPORT  OPORDER DISTRO  LOI REVIEW & DISTRO  VIP SCHEDULE 17

18 18 QUESTIONS?

19 19 Back-Up Slides USNS WRIGHT 5 AUG - 10 SEP 2010 CAROLINA HORNET

20 20 Key Players CO/COT: LtCol Blauw XO: Maj Miller S4: Capt Berard AVIO: Capt Costa TAVB AMO: Capt Kieff S3: 1stLt Fowler 2d MAW TAVB COORDINATOR : Mr. Charlie Doyle

21 21 PHASE II-VII Sat 5-8 AUG9-21 AUG21-24 AUG25 AUG-5 SEP6-8 SEP9-10 SEP - 5 AUG: PRE- ADVON OF 5 MARINES ARRIVE TO PREP SHIP - 8 AUG: ADVON OF 121 MARINES ARRIVE FOR LOADEX TRAINING ABOARD SHIP - 9-13 AUG: -LOADEX TRAINING CONDUCTED -ADVON PREPS GALLEY -GEAR AND FOOD STORES LOADED -MEDICAL SETUP -AMMAL DELIVERY -AT/FP TRAINING (BEAUFORT) -14 AUG: SHIP ACTIVATION -16 AUG: AT/FP PLT DEPARTS -17 AUG: CARGO HANDLERS ARRIVE MOTSU -18 AUG: CARGO ARRIVES MOTSU -19 AUG: SHIP DEP BALTIMORE -21 AUG: SHIP ARR MOTSU - 21 AUG: COMMECNCE POG OPERATIONS -23 AUG: MB ARRIVES 84 MARINES -24 AUG: SHIP DEPARTS MOTSU FOR AT SEA OPERATIONS -MARLOGS? -DAILY IMA MAINTENANCE -SHIPBOARD TRAINING -SHIPBOARD DRILLS -TECH TRAINING -WEAPONS SHOOTS -M9/M16/M2/M240G -AIRSPEED TRAINING -MEDEVAC DRILLS -MCMAP TRAINING -PME/HIP POCKET CLASSES -COHESION/ MORALE EVENTS -6 SEP: OFFLOAD BEGINS AT MOTSU -MB DEPARTS MOTSU FOR HOME STATIONS -8 SEP: OFFLOAD CREW DEPARTS MOTSU FOR HOME STATIONS -8 SEP: REAR PARTY FINALIZES OFFLOAD -8 SEP: SHIP DEPARTS MOTSU FOR BALTIMORE -9 SEP: REAR PARTY CLEANS AND SECURES SPACES -10 SEP: SHIP ARRIVES BALTIMORE -REAR PARTY DEPARTS FOR HOME STATIONS -ENDEX PHASE II PHASE IIIPHASE IVPHASE VPHASE VIPHASE VII

22 22 Info  T-AVB Capability: Intermediate Level Maintenance and Repair Parts storage MF/SE/Bulk-storage transportation Opportune lift T/M/S support through 2025 F/A-18, AV8B, EA-6B, CH-53E, AH-1W, UH-1N, V-22, CH-53K, KC-130J, AH-1W, UH-1N, UAVs Supports littoral operations Afloat and ashore sites IAW approved CONOPS (current/future) Task-organized IMA support combat flexibility Ability to self-load and unload ISO STOM and ROMO  Mobile Facility Program structure required through 2025  Flexibility required to fight the Long War

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