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1 Initial COA Brief 14 November 2000 MPAT TE Nov`00

2 Higher’s Mission & Intent MISSION: Assist the National Disaster Coordinating Council (NDCC) in the conduct of large scale humanitarian assistance and disaster response (HADR) in all areas of the country affected by Super Typhoons John and Julie and the eruption of Canlaon Volcano in order to save lives, to alleviate human sufferings, protect properties and minimize damages. INTENT: Provide all available assistance to alleviate human suffering and restore normalcy.

3 Guidance issued by the Commander COA 1: Initial CTF HQ will embark and operate from a U.S. Naval amphibious aircraft capable command ship (LHA) for the first 30 days of crisis response. After the initial 30 days, the CTF HQ will forward deploy to affected areas for the duration of operations. COA 2: Intermediate Staging Area (ISA) on Palawan province will serve as the primary CTF Headquarters. All command and control functions will remain on Palawan for the duration of operations. The CTF will deploy task forces to the affected areas to provide humanitarian assistance. COA 3: Initially CTF HQ location will be on Palawan Island province. As soon as possible, the CTF HQ will move forward to affected area for the duration of operations. Provide humanitarian assistance.

4 SITUATION uThe situation has not changed, urgent assistance is still needed by the NDCC. The weather is still stable.

5 Known Facts, Status, Conditions uStatus as of 12 Nov 00: uDead 326 uInjured 464 uMissing 206 uAffected ~3M persons uHomeless ~450k persons uEst Property damage ~14B pesos uDamage to crops ~15B pesos

6 UPDATE uThe AFP is leading the military assistance offered by 18 nations in the region. Planning is proceeding at a quick pace.

7 BDCC OTHERGOVTAGENCIES COORDINATE COORDINATE AFPDRTF CTF Combined Task Force BAYANIHAN Supported Commander NDCCOCD RDCC PDCC C/MDCC COORDINATE&SUPPORT NGOS National Command Element Supporting Commander Govt. of Contributing Nations COORDINATE COMMAND RELATIONSHIPS

8 COA #1 uCOA 1: Initial CTF HQ will embark and operate from USS ESSEX for the first 30 days of crisis response. After the initial 30 days, the CTF HQ will forward deploy to ISA for the duration of operations.

9 TASK ORGANIZATION CTF BAYANIHAN CAFFOR CNAVFORCMARFORCARFORCLOGFORCSOF

10 Course of Action: 1 APOD - MACTAN SPOD - CEBU CITY

11 Concept of Operations uFIVE PHASES I: Assess II: Deploy III: Establish Intermediate Staging Area (ISA) IV: Distribute/restore V: Handoff/Redeploy

12 Phase I: Assess uCNAVFOR deploys disaster assessment team in the vicinity Negros Occidental camps. uCLOGFOR deploys Intermediate Support Activity (ISA) survey and reconnaissance party in the vicinity of Cebu City. uCommander CTF and staff embark USS Essex (LHD-2).

13 Phase II: Deploy uCNAVFOR deploys Marine Expeditionary Unit (Special Operations Capable) vicinity of Bacolod and San Carlos in order to provide immediate support to Regional Disaster Control Center (RDCC VI). uCLOGFOR deploys vicinity Cebu City

14 Phase III: Establish ISA uCLOGFOR establishes ISA vicinity Cebu City - Sea Port of Debarkation Cebu City; Air Port of Debarkation Mactan Air Base uC2 architecture and Liaison Teams established with NDCC, RDCC, and Area Commands in Visayas and Mindanao uCLOGFOR establishes Combined Movement Control Center (CMCC) vicinity Cebu City

15 Phase IV: Distribute/Restore uMarine Expeditionary Unit - Special Operations Capable (MEU-SOC) redeploys on board USS Essex Amphibious Ready Group (ARG) - Direct Support mission complete uNDCC establishes priority of support by area commander and RDCC uArea commanders and RDCC’s give requests to CTF Liaison Officers (LNO)

16 Phase IV: Distribute/Restore uLNO’s pass requests to CTF who sources mission in keeping with NDCC priorities uSupport continued to endstate l Ground LOC’s sufficient for HN to distribute services

17 Phase IV a: Branch uCondition: 30 day period expires with no US extension for CTF Command Element uCTF deploys ashore vicinity Cebu City

18 Phase V: Handoff/Redeploy uGOP accepts General Support responsibilities from CTF uOther national forces redeploy to home station uCTF stands down

19 COA #2 uCOA 2: Intermediate Staging Area (ISA) on Palawan province will serve as the primary CTF Headquarters. All command and control functions will remain on Palawan for the duration of operations. The CTF will deploy task forces to the affected areas to provide humanitarian assistance.

20 SCOPE uCONCEPT SUMMARY uINDICATIVE TIMELINE uPHASES uC2/FORCE STRUCTURE uFORCE ALLOCATION uCOMMS CONCEPT

21 VI VII VIII X XIII HQ, CTF I: Prep II: Support III: Transition IV: Redeploy FO B CONCEPT SUMMARY -- PHASE I

22 VI VII VIII X XIII HQ, CTF FO B CONCEPT SUMMARY -- PHASE II I: Prep II: Support III: Transition IV: Redeploy

23 VI VII VIII X XIII HQ, CTF CONCEPT SUMMARY -- PHASE III I: Prep II: Support III: Transition IV: Redeploy

24 VI VII VIII X XIII HQ, CTF CONCEPT SUMMARY -- PHASE IV I: Prep II: Support III: Transition IV: Redeploy

25 VI VII VIII X XIII I: Prep II: Support III: Transition IV: Redeploy CONCEPT SUMMARY -- PHASE IV

26 Indicative Timeline Phase I Phase II Phase III Phase IV

27 PHASE I Preparation Identified by: Establishment of CTF HQ Begins With Establishment of CTF HQ in the JOA in Palawan at Puerto Princesa Method ID and transmit external PA plan Establish CTF HQ at Puerto Princessa Establish Forward Operating Base including Mounting HQ Conduct Civil/Military ops - liaison links established Establish MOEs Augment existing FOBs-BACOLOD and DAVAO Recon/ Site survey Maximize APOD/SPOD throughput Conduct Reception, Staging, Onward Movement, and Integration Ends With the Commencement of First Assistance element Integrated (RSOI) into relief efforts

28 PHASE II Support Identified by: Continuous Flow of Assistance Reaching Both DRTGs Begins With the Projection of the Second assistance Elements and Supplies to Priority Disaster Areas Method; Conduct HA Ops, Including : Provide water, food, shelter, medical asst, Direct DP movements and actions Conduct emergency infrastructure repair Confidence building Ends With the Completion of CTF Support into All Stricken Areas

29 PHASE III Transition Identified by: Effective Functioning of Local Government Units (LGU), Significant Presence of Self-sustained Non- Governmental Organizations/Private Volunteer Organizations (NGO/PVO) into Disaster Areas Begins With the Identification, Consolidation, and Preparation of Areas to be Administered by LGU/NGO/PVO Method Transition Negotiated to Civil Authorities Responsibility Ends With the Handover to LGU/NGO/PVO and Withdrawal of Last CTF Assistance Element

30 PHASE IV Redeploy Identified by: Movement of CTF Elements to APODS/SPODS for Permanent Return to National Control Begins With the Coordinated Withdrawal of First CTF unit to APODS/SPODS Method Redeployment of MNF out of JOA, Released to National Command Ends With the Departure of Last CTF Assistance Element from JOA

31 LOGTRANSMED ENG SEC MSTG PSY LOGTRANSMED ENG SEC VSTG PSY HQCTFDRTGVDRTGM NDCC COMMAND AND CONTROL STRUCTURE

32 CTF HQ –MSQ 126 –Co C, 9th Comm Bn, I MEF –INTEL SUPPORT TM - AFP –CEIS PLT - AFP uLOGISTICS –9TH THEATER SPT COMMAND US –DET, CSSG-3/ DET, HQ/SVC US –1 X LOG SPT STAFF - AUS uCA –CO B, 96TH CA BN - US –CR TM - AFP uMANPOWER/FORCE PROTECTION –SPMAGTF MPAT - US (AFLOAT CTF RESERVE)

33 CTF HQ CONT. uAFP: 4 X LST (NAVAL TASK FORCE 80) uAustralia: 1 X LSH uMalaysia: 1 X LANDING SHIP uROKN: 3 X LST uUK: 1 x FF uUS: –COMPHIBRON 11 l USS ESSEX LHD-2 (2 x LCU) l USS JUNEAU LPD-10 (1 x LCU) l USS GERMANTOWN LSD-42 (2 X LCAC) l USS FORT MCHENRY LSD-43 (2 X LCAC) l USS FREDERICK LST-1194 (14 X AAV) (SEE 3D MAR)

34 CTF HQ CONT. uTRANSPORT –Australia: 2 X C130 –MALAYSIA: 1 X C130 –ROKAF: 3 X C130, 1 X HH60 –SINGAPORE: 1 X C130, 1 X SAR HELO –RAF: l 4 X C130 l 2 x C17 –JSOAC 353 SOG –186 ARW (4 X KC-135) –374 EAS (2 X C-130) uMEDICAL –AIR EVACUATION LIAISON TEAM - US –FLEET SURGICAL TEAM - US

35 MOUNTING HQ –HEADQUARTERS l WESTCOM+ –LOGISTICS l ELEMENTS OF WESTCOM HQ - AFP –ENGINEERING l UK: 1 X ENGR CO l AFP: 1 X NAVAL CONST. CO

36 VSTG –HEADQUARTERS/COMMAND l 1ST INF BDE –LOGISTICS l THAILAND: 1 X SPT GRP l UK: 1 X GS CO –TRANSPORT l THAILAND: ARMY: 1 X AVN GRP l 633 AMSS (TALCE) l HMM 265C (12 X CH46) l AFP: ATG (2 X UH-IH, 1 X SAR, 2 X MG520) –MEDICAL l MEDICAL COMPANY, AREA SPT X 1 - US l FORWARD SURGICAL TEAM X 1 - US l AIR EVAC PLATOON X 1 - US l MED SPECIALIST - AUS l Med Tm - Bang l SRI LANKA: MED PERS (50) l THAILAND: 1 X MED TM l AFP 1 X MED TM l AFP 1 X DENTAL TM

37 VSTG CONT. –ENGINEERING l THAILAND: 1 x ENG BN l 1 X ENGR BN - AFP –PSYOP l PSYOP BN: THAI –MANPOWER/FORCE PROTECTION l 1 x INF BDE (-) (2 BN) - AFP l MADAGASCAR: 1 X GENDAMERIE BN (300) l THAILAND: 1 X INF BN

38 MSTG –HEADQUARTERS/COMMAND l 4TH DIV? –LOGISTICS l CANADA: DISASTER RELIEF TEAM - ENGR/MED/LOG (200) l 1 X LOG SPT TM - AFP –TRANSPORT l 4 x Merlin Helos l 715 AMSS (TALCE) l HMM 265C (4 X CH53E, 2 X UH-1N/4 X AH-1W) l Canada: 4 X UH1N –ENGINEERING l 1 X ENGR BN - AFP l 1 X ENGR SQDN - AUS l ENG TM - Bang l MALAYSIA: 1 X ENGR SQDN l MAURITIUS: 1 X ENGR PLT (30) l TONGA: ENGR PLT (-)

39 MSTG CONT. –PSYOP l B CO, 8TH PSYOP BN l JPOTF HQ l JPOTF PDC l C CO, 9TH PSYOP BN –MANPOWER/ FORCE PROTECTION l CO, E, 2ND BATTALION, 3RD MARINES (REIN) (12 X AAVP7)- US l 1 X BN GRP - AUS l 1 X MBLT - AFP

40 COMMUNICATION ARRANGEMENT NDCC VAR TUs MSTG VSTG CTF HQ (BROADCAST FACILITIES) (PT TO PT) CTF HQ (BROADCAST FACILITIES) (PT TO PT) PL/HF/SATCOM PL/HF/VHF/SATCOM ALL COMMS; NON-SECURE (DATA AND VOICE) MILITARY RADIO: PRIMARY LINK PUBLIC LINES: SECONDARY ALL NATIONS: ADVISED TO BRING APP #S OF EQPT LIMITATIONS: PROCEDURES LANGUAGE INTEROPERABILITY

41 KEY OPERATIONAL ISSUES uNeed For ISAs Outside Of Palawan –SINGAPORE? –MANILA? uHQs For MSTG –4TH INF DIV? –TCN? uSATCOM –BY MULTINATIONAL FORCE

42 COA 3 “PASIMULA” uCOA 3: Initially CTF HQ location will be on Palawan Island province. As soon as possible, the CTF HQ will move forward to affected area for the duration of operations. Provide humanitarian assistance.

43 COA PASIMULA CCTF CTG B CTG A CFACCCFMCC KC-135 C-17/C-141/C-5 K/C-130 ESSEX ARG/MEU ROKN TF AUS LSH UK FF RPN TF 80 AFP FI MAL SING TH BD MADAGASCAR CPOTF/CSOTF AFP USA/USMC UK/NZ/CAN/AUS ROK CSOTF/POTF C-STAFF WESCOMNDCC COMMAND & CONTROL STRUCTURE

44 u COMBAT FORCES REQUIRED –SEE COMMAND RELATIONSHIPS SLIDE u FORCE PROVIDER –SEE COMMAND RELATIONSHIPS SLIDE u LOCATIONS –CTF HQ (PUERTO PRINCESA/CEBU) –CTG A (ILOILO) –CTG B (CAGAYAN DE ORO) –CFACC (PUERTO PRINCESA/CEBU) –CFMCC (USS ESSEX LHD 2) COA PASIMULA

45 uREQUIRED DELIVERY DATES –PER TIME-PHASED FORCE DEPLOYMENT DATA DEVELOPED BY MPAT u COORDINATED DEPLOYMENT ESTIMATE –NLT 15 NOV u EMPLOYMENT ESTIMATE –NLT 27 NOV u STRATEGIC LIFT REQUIREMENTS –PER TIME-PHASED FORCE DEPLOYMENT DATA DEVELOPED BY MPAT COA PASIMULA

46 uOPERATIONAL TASKS –CTG A l HA/DR REGIONAL SUPPORT –CTG B l HA/DR REGIONAL SUPPORT –CFACC l SUPPORT CTG A / B –CFMCC l SUPPORT CTG A / B uEMPLOYMENT –CTG A : VISAYAS COMMAND AOR –CTG B : SOUTHERN COMMAND AOR –CFACC/CFMCC : COMBINED AO COA PASIMULA

47 (COA development steps) –Analyze Relative Combat Power –Array Initial Forces –Develop Scheme of Maneuver –Determine C2 means and maneuver control measures –Prepare COA Statement and Sketch –Prepare Staff Estimates

48 COA PASIMULA uPHASE 1 –PREPARE TO DEPLOY uPHASE 2 –DEPLOY –SITUATION ASSESSMENT uPHASE 3 –COMBINED HA/DR OPERATIONS uPHASE 4 –TRANSITION / REDLOYMENT CONCEPT OF OPERATIONS

49 uPHASE 1 (PREPARE TO DEPLOY) –STANDUP CTF HQ –DEPLOY ADVANCE ECHELON –DEPLOY ASSESSMENT TEAM –INITIATE TRANSITION PLANNING COA PASIMULA CONCEPT OF OPERATIONS

50 uPHASE 2 (DEPLOY / SITUATION ASSESSMENT) –DEPLOY CRITICAL FORCES l ENGINEERS l WATER l TEMP SHELTER l MEDICAL TEAMS –DEPLOY REMAINDER OF FORCE –ASSESS SITUATION l SITE SURVEY OF FWD HQ (MACTAN AB) –CONTINUE TRANSITION PLANNING COA PASIMULA CONCEPT OF OPERATIONS

51 uPHASE 3 (COMBINED HA/DR OPERATIONS) –CTG A –WATER, FOOD DISTRIBUTION –SANITATION –SEARCH AND RESCUE / RECOVERY –INFRASTRUCTURE ASSESSMENT / RESTORATION –LOGISTICS –SET UP / IMPROVE CAMPS –MEDICAL ASSISTANCE / ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH SUPPORT –ASSIST NGO / PVO / IO –CONTINUE TRANSITION PLANNING COA PASIMULA CONCEPT OF OPERATIONS

52 uPHASE 4 (TRANSITION / REDEPLOYMENT) –TURNOVER CTF FUNCTIONS TO AFP / NDCC –REDEPLOY FORCES –STAND DOWN CTF –ASSIST COORDINATION OF SHORT/LONG TERM RECOVERY COA PASIMULA CONCEPT OF OPERATIONS

53 COA PASIMULA PHASE 1: PREPARE TO DEPLOY This phase starts with deployment of MPAT and ends with establishment of CTF HQ the main effort is CTF HQ. CTF HQ: Establish C2; establish liaison with NGO / PVO / IO, regional commands; integrate national command elements; coord stratlift; conduct information ops; begin transition planning CTG A: Deploy ADVON, PTD forces CTG B: Deploy ADVON, PTD forces CFACC: Prepare to support TAC lift plan; conduct surveillance / recon CFMCC: Prepare to deploy; conduct surveillance / recon

54 COA PASIMULA PHASE 2: DEPLOY This phase starts with deployment of forces and ends with forces close. The main effort is critically needed forces. CTF HQ: Continue coordination; accept/integrate staff and forces; continue transition planning; IO CTG A: accept/integrate staff and forces; provide critical services CTG B: accept/integrate staff and forces; provide critical services CFACC: accept/integrate staff and forces; provide lift CFMCC: accept/integrate staff and forces; provide lift; search & recovery

55 COA PASIMULA PHASE 3: CONDUCT HA/DR OPERATIONS This phase starts with lodgement of forces and ends when transition criteria are met; the main effort is CTF A. CTF HQ: Provide C2; NGO / PVO / IO coordination; transition planning; information ops; relocate to forward location CTG A: conduct HA/DR ops ISO VISCOM; conduct info ops; coordinate with NGO / PVO / IO; prepare for redeployment CTG B: conduct HA/DR ops ISO SOUTHCOM; conduct info ops; coordinate with NGO / PVO / IO; prepare for redeployment CFACC: Support HA/DR ops CFMCC: Support HA/DR ops; redeploy HQ as required CTG A CTG B

56 COA PASIMULA PHASE 4: REDEPLOY This phase starts with transition criteria met and ends with redeployment of MNF forces; the main effort is transition. CTF HQ: Coordinate transition operations; conduct IO; coord stratlift; stand down HQs CTG A: conduct transition; redeploy, stand down CTG B: conduct transition; redeploy, stand down CFACC: support transition operations, redeployment CFMCC: support transition operations, redeployment

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59 ANALYSIS OF HA/DR Threat (disease, starvation, flooding, etc.) on COA u EFFECT ON COA #1: u EFFECT ON COA #2: u EFFECT ON COA #3:

60 FRIENDLY COA #1 u ADVANTAGES: u DISADVANTAGES:

61 FRIENDLY COA #2 u ADVANTAGES: u DISADVANTAGES:

62 FRIENDLY COA #3 u ADVANTAGES: u DISADVANTAGES:

63 GOVERNING FACTORS

64 RECOMMENDED COA

65 Factor.COA 1 COA2 COA3 1. Prob of FDO/FE success Min Casualties Political Spt/NATO Trps/Intentions Security of Log B/U Risk of failure Cost Time-++ Totals30-2 GOVERNING CRITERIA FOR COA SELECTION Sample Matrix

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67 SYMBOLS (Copy and Paste to Maps)

68 AFP FORCES uJTF BAYANIHAN: –ARFOR: l 1 x INF BDE (-) (2 BN) l 2 X ENGR BN l 1 X SF CO –AFFOR l ATG (2 X UH-IH, 1 X SAR, 2 X MG520) –NAVFOR l NTF 80 l MBLT 10 l 1 X NCB CO

69 AFP FORCES uVISCOM FORCES –3RD INF DIV, 8 INF DIV (-) –6 X UH-1, 2 X SAR uSOUTHCOM FORCES –4TH INF DIV –6 X UH-1, 2 X SAR uGENERAL SUPPORT FORCES –2 X C130 –4 X LST

70 AUS FORCES uARMY: –1 X BN GRP –1 X ENGR SQDN –1 X LOG SPT STAFF –MED SPECIALIST uAIR FORCE: –2 X C130 uNAVY: –1 X LSH

71 OTHER FORCES OTHER FORCES BANGLADESH: ENGR AND MED TEAM BRUNEI: TBD CANADA: DISASTER RELIEF TEAM -ENGR/MED/LOG (130) -4 X UH1N FIJI: 1 X MED TEAM (50 PERS) INDIA:TBD INDONESIA: TBD MADAGASCAR: 1 X GENDAMERIE BN (300) MALDIVES:TBD MALAYSIA:1 X ENGR SQDN 1 X C130 1 X LANDING SHIP MAURITIUS:1 X ENGR PLT (30)

72 OTHER FORCES ROK: -ROKN: 3 X LST -ROKAF: 3 X C130, 1 X HH60 -ROKA: 5 X SOF TM SRI LANKA: MED PERS (50) SINGAPORE: - 1 X C130, 1 X SAR HELO, 1 X MED TEAM THAILAND: -ARMY: 1 X AVN GRP 1 X INF BN 1 X SPEC FOR DET 1 X SPT GRP TONGA: ENGR PLT (-)

73 UK FORCES uRAF: –4 X C130 –2 x C17 –4 x Merlin Helos uRN: –1 x FF uRA: –1 x Engr Coy –1 x GS Coy

74 US FORCES uJTF MPAT –MSQ 126 –Co C, 9th Comm Bn, I MEF –NAVFOR uCOMPHIBRON 11 uUSS ESSEX LHD-2 (2 x LCU) uUSS JUNEAU LPD-10 (1 x LCU) uUSS GERMANTOWN LSD-42 (2 X LCAC) uUSS FORT MCHENRY LSD-43 (2 X LCAC) uUSS FREDERICK LST-1194 (14 X AAV) (SEE 3D MAR) u31ST MEU u31MSSG u2-4 BLT uHMM 265C (12 X CH46, 4 X CH53E, 2 X UH-1N/4 X AH-1W) uFLEET SURGICAL TEAM X 1 uENV PREV MED UNIT (EPMU)DET 6  NMCB 7 –JSTOF uSOFDET u/1-1 SFGA u/2-1 SFGA u/JSOAC u 353 SOG u/NSWTU-PAC u RIB-DET (2 X RIB) u MK V SOC DET (2 X MK V) u SEAL PLT A

75 US FORCES –ARFOR u9 TH THEATER SPT COMMAND uMEDICAL COMPANY, AREA SPT X 1 uAIR EVAC PLATOON X 1 uPREVENTIVE MED DET X 1 uFORWARD SURGICAL TEAM X 1  CO B, 96 TH CA BN –AFFOR uAIR TRANSPORTABLE HOSPITAL X 1 uAIR EVACUATION LIAISON TEAM X 1 u374 EAS (2 X C-130) u186 ARW (4 X KC-135) u633 AMSS (TALCE) u715 AMSS (TALCE) –MARFOR uSPMAGTF MPAT u/AVIATION SPT ELEMENT, KANEOHE (ASEK) u/HMM 366 (8 X CH53D) u DET, HMLA 267 (2 X UH-1N) u DET, VMGR 152 (2 X KC-130) u/CO, E, 2 ND BATTALION, 3 RD MARINES (REIN) (12 X AAVP7) u/DET, CSSG-3/ DET, HQ/SVC

76 US FORCES –JPTOF uB CO, 8 TH PSYOP BN u JPOTF HQ u JPOTF PDC u C CO, 9 TH PSYOP BN u TPD 980 HQ u TPT 981 u TPT 982 uTPT 983

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