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Mr. Mark Calvo Director of the Government of Guam Military Buildup Office.

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1 Mr. Mark Calvo Director of the Government of Guam Military Buildup Office

2 2 Purpose To provide an overview of the Guam Buildup

3 3 Outline Background Initial Forecast of Forces Record of Decision – September 2010 Buildup Structure National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) – 2012 Current Scope of Program

4 4 Background US-Japanese Alliance Transformation Realignment Agreement of 2005 & 2006 committed US & Japan to complex policy and strategy initiatives –Agreements consist of six related major initiatives US – GOJ Cost Share Agreement (moving III MEF) –Initial cost estimates = $10.3 Billion –GOJ Funding 60%; US Funding 40% –Challenges Construction Capacity on Guam Guam Infrastructure Labor Federal-GovGuam-Community Partnerships ~ $2.3 Billion est. Total expected costs >$20B over the next 10 years (focus is construction)

5 5 5 ) US – Japan Agreement

6 6 Background (cont’d) DOD directed the establishment of the Joint Guam Program Office (JGPO) –Program Oversight and Management –Strategic Policy Development –Synchronize and Coordinate Efforts –Liaison to Internal and External Organizations –NEPA/EIS Action Proponent –Implementation of Joint Base concepts

7 7 Background (cont’d) Population increase from 179,000 up to 250,000 – 2011 to 2014 Timelines for complete relocation of III MEF originally planned for 4 years On-island EIS related concerns: Eminent domain Sufficient water and sewage infrastructure Environmental Cultural Health Care Final Environmental Impact Statement published July Three major components : Relocating Marine units from Okinawa to Guam Creating a berth for visiting aircraft carrier in Apra Harbor Placement of an Army Air and Missile Defense Task Force in Guam Based on Draft EIS comments, GOVGUAM requested an 8 year plan

8 8 8 Initial Forecast of Forces on Guam

9 North Ramp: AF ISR/Strike & USMC ACE Barrigada: Navy Comm/Future Army Lay down Finegayan: Navy Comm/USMC HQE/GCE/LSE Ops/Training, USMC QOL NAVMAG: Navy/USMC Crew-Served Weapons Training/ Ordnance Storage Apra: Navy Ops Transient CVN USMC Embark Andersen South: USMC Maneuver & MOUT Training Initial Forecast of Forces on Guam

10 10 Record of Decision ROD - Issued in Sep summary: –Relocating Marine units from Okinawa to Guam Proceed with development and construction of infrastructure Deferred Decision - Site of live firing range complex –Creating a berth for visiting aircraft carrier in Apra Harbor Deferred the selection of a specific site –Placement of an Army Air and Missile Defense Task Force in Guam Deferred decision –Establishes a Civilian Military Coordination Council (CMCC) Supplemental RODs to address the deferred items are anticipated at a future date –Supplemental EIS for the Live Fire Training Range Complex was announced 10 Feb 2012

11 BUILDUP STRUCTURE (Prior to Calvo-Tenorio Administration) Governor Civil Military Task Force (CMTF) CMTF Sub-Committees Guam Buildup Office

12 Evolving Build Up Structure Governor Guam 1 st Commission Advisory Council Civil Military Task Force (CMTF) Civil Military Coordination Council Co-Chairs: Governor & Commander, Joint Region Marianas CMCC Working Groups Guam Buildup Office

13 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) 2012 Restricts DOD’s use of funds affects to proceed with the Guam military realignment Conditions – Prior to the expenditure of GOJ or MILCON funds: –CMC provides Congress with preferred force lay down in the Pacific –SECDEF submits a master plan, with a detailed description of costs and schedule, supporting the above –SECDEF certifies that tangible progress has been made with the FRF –Delivery of a coordinated federal agency plan for addressing non-military infrastructure and utilities requirements on Guam –Completion and delivery of an independent assessment of the U.S. force posture in the Pacific region Exceptions – SECDEF may use funds to complete NEPA analysis for a LFTRC SEIS Ongoing analysis on the impacts to coral reefs in Apra Harbor

14 14 Current Scope of Program Facts –Pacific region is poised for increased security posturing –DOD is streamlining – i.e. cuts in programs and personnel Global Hawk Block 30 program is unfunded –Force Modernization continues e.g BAMS fielding for USN is on track Assumptions –Military realignment / Guam buildup will happen –All components of the ROD will be implemented –Current USMC plan is ≈ 4700 Marines from Okinawa to Guam Most likely to be units from the Ground Combat Element Most likely rotational mix ≈ 50-60% –Peak construction period most likely ≈ 2017/18 –Use adaptive program management to Slow construction tempo Adjust construction sequencing Slow USMC force flow during peak construction periods

15 15 Current Scope of Program Notional Budget (based on assumptions) –FY13 – $0 –FY14 – Ramp-up – $140M +?? –FY15 –FY16 $300M –FY17 –FY18 and beyond - $500M GOJ funding currently being negotiated Program reset details expected by end of Summer 2012

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