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1Conducting Mission Analysis in a DSCA Environment DOD DSCA CourseMr. Joseph MillerConducting Mission Analysis in a DSCA Environment
2Terminal Learning Objective 4/26/00Terminal Learning ObjectiveTLO 3.0 – Given a scenario, analyze DSCA events to develop command and control elements and resource requirements while utilizing DSCA operations tracking mechanisms.2
3Enabling Learning Objectives 4/26/00Enabling Learning ObjectivesELO – Conduct mission analysis and be able to prepare a FRAGO for subordinate Task Forces.ELO – Coordinate and integrate DOD Title 10 response forces with state, National Guard and Federal ESF’s.3
4Matching Unit Capabilities to ESFs Step 1 – Determine the units’ DSCA capabilities and categorize capabilities by ESF during JRSOI.Step 2 – Monitor the current status of assigned units and determine which units are available for new Mission Assignments (Troops to Task).Step 3 – Input the available units into the ESF Capability Matrix used by the JTF CDR and the DCO.Step 4 – Receive a new Mission Assignment.Step 5 – Conduct Mission Analysis and write a FRAGO.
5Step 1 – Determine unit’s DSCA capabilities 1-22 IN: Provides supply management and distribution support to local and national governmental or non-governmental organizations. Capable of providing limited domestic support operations to include:Transportation support – ESF 1Communications support – ESF 2Information distribution – ESF 2Debris and trash removal – ESF 3Food and ice distribution – ESF 3Emergency fire fighting (supporting fire fighters) – ESF 4Temporary shelter construction and administration – ESF 6Clothing and blanket distribution – ESF 6Water purification and distribution – ESF 6Fuel distribution – ESF 6Medical triage and treatment – ESF 8Medical evacuation coordination – ESF 8Ask the units “What can you do?” Then match what they can do to an ESF.The JTF CDR and DCO need this information!
6Step 2 – Monitor current status of assigned units USNORTHCOMCOCOMUSARNORTHJFLCCJTF- TNDSCRGN IVDCO/DCEJTF x 7DSCDCO/DCE x 7167th TSC(FWD)JTF-51JCE-WESTJTF-CSJCE-EASTTF Operations1-4 BCT 33%TF Aviation HQ3CAB 3ID 50%TF Medical21st CSH 50%ACCETF Aviation4-3rd AVN REGT (ASLT) 60%TF Aviation2-3rd AVN REGT (GSAB)HHD61st MED BN1-22 IN46 ENG BN215 SPT BN 30%603rd AVSB (-)Naval SPT BN 1 (Seabee)603 Trans CO7-10 CAV418 MED COMEDLOG224 PM DETA/4-3A/2-3572nd ENG CO154 Trans CO4-42 FA546 MED COAREA SPT85th MED DET (CS)B/4-3B/2-3Always track WHO is WHERE, DOING WHAT in the JOA and update the JTF CDR and DCO. This is called Troops to Task or Battle Tracking.86th SIG BN410th MP CO418 Trans CO566 MED CO AREA SPT43rd MED DET(VS)C/4-3C/2-34th SPT BN411th MP CO62nd QM COD/4-3D/2-31-66 AR51st CHEM CO96th TC CO 1st PLT (HET)E/4-3E/2-3Committed to a MAAvailable for a MAUndergoing JRSOI261st MCTF/4-3F/2-3
7BSI JTF TN DSC JOA TN JFO BSI: Ft Campbell, KY JTF-TN DSC FOB DSC JTF-TNFOB215 SPT BN154 TCMA 018JTF TN DSC JOABSIB/D 46 EN MA 0134-3 AVNMA 00921st CSHMA 0067-10 CAV1-22 INFMA 00546 (-) EN MA 01646 EN BNMA 016BSI: Columbus AFB
8Step 3 – Align available units to ESFs ESFs with potential DOD Mission AssignmentsUnits Available for:Next 24 HRSNext 48 HRSCDR assessment of JTF response capability by ESFESF #1 – Transportation U.S. Department of TransportationRotary Wing Lift (Medium)Rotary Wing Lift (Heavy)Tactical (Ground) Transportation SupportStrategic Transportation SupportAir Component Coordination Element (ACCE)Airborne C2 - Emergency Management SupportAirspace Control (Ground)215th SPT BN 70%603rd TRANS CO96th TRANS CO 1st PLT (HET)418th TRANS CO2-3 AVNESF #2 – Communications National Communications SystemCommunications Support to First Responders25-User Communications Package (Fixed Site Teams)75-User Communications Package86th SIG BNESF #3 - Public Works and Engineering U.S. Army Corps of EngineersEmergency Route OpeningDebris removalDeliver water, ice, and blue roofsProvide temporary power generation572nd EN CO (BRIDGE)Naval SPT BNAGMatch the available units by their capabilities to the ESFs.JTF staff must provide this information to the DCO.AGARSufficient CapabilitiesPotential RFFRFF
9Step 3 – Align available units to ESFs ESFs with potential DOD Mission AssignmentsUnits Available for:Next 24 HRSNext 48 HRSCDR assessment of JTF response capability by ESFESF #4 – Firefighting U.S. Department of AgricultureFirefighting activities on Federal landsResource support to rural and urban firefighting operationsNoneESF #5 - Emergency Management FEMAAerial ImageryFull Motion Video (FMV) CapabilityUS 1st Air Force ACCEESF #6 - Mass Care, Housing, and Human Services FEMAPrepare Sites for Temporary Housing SitesFood, water, blanket, etc … distributionProvide Mass DECON1-22 INF4-42 FA51st CHEM COESF #7 - Resource Support U.S. General Services AdministrationIncident Support Base (ISB)Federal Teams Staging Facility (FTSF)Fuel Distribution Points - Ground VehicleFuel Distribution Points - Military Rotary Wing Aircraft215th SPT BN4-3 AVN 40%2-3 AVNRGGUnits that are available for the next 24 HRS will be available for the next 48 HRS unless they are assigned a MA.AGARSufficient CapabilitiesPotential RFFRFF
10Step 3 – Align available units to ESFs ESFs with potential DOD Mission AssignmentsUnits Available for:Next 24 HRSNext 48 HRSCDR assessment of JTF response capability by ESFESF #8 - Public Health and Medical Services U.S. Department of Health and Human ServicesRotary Wing Medical Patient EvacuationTemporary Medical Treatment FacilitiesTheater Patient Movement and Airlift (NDMS Activation)Mortuary Affairs AssistanceActivate Federal Coordinating Center (FCC) for Patient MovementActivate Patient Movement (PM) EnablersPatient Movement (PM)21st CSH 40%61st MED BN 50%546 MED CO AREA SPT566 MED CO AREA SPT418 MED CO MEDLOG354 MED CO (GA)224 PM DET85 MED DET (CS)2-3 AVNESF #9 - Urban Search and Rescue FEMALife-saving assistanceUrban search and rescue/Wellness ChecksRotary Wing Lift (Medium) for SAR1-22 INF4-42 FA4-3 AVNAMatch the available units by their capabilities to the ESFs.JTF staff must provide this information to the DCO.GGARSufficient CapabilitiesPotential RFFRFF
11Step 3 – Align available units to ESFs ESFs with potential DOD Mission AssignmentsUnits Available for:Next 24 HRSNext 48 HRSCDR assessment of JTF response capability by ESFESF #10 - Oil and Hazardous Materials Response U.S. Environmental Protection AgencyOil and hazardous materials (chemical, biological, radiological, etc.) responseEnvironmental safety and short-term cleanup51st CHEM COESF #11 - Agriculture and Natural Resources U.S. Department of AgricultureAnimal and plant disease/pest responseFood safety and security43rd MED DET (VS)ESF #12 - Energy U.S. Department of EnergyEnergy infrastructure assessment, repair, and restorationEnergy industry utilities coordinationNaval SPT BNAGMatch the available units by their capabilities to the ESFs.JTF staff must provide this information to the DCO.AGARSufficient CapabilitiesPotential RFFRFF
12Step 3 – Align available units to ESFs ESFs with potential DOD Mission AssignmentsUnits Available for:Next 24 HRSNext 48 HRSCDR assessment of JTF response capability by ESFESF #13 - Public Safety and Security U.S. Department of JusticeFacility and resource securitySecurity planning and technical and resource assistancePublic safety/security supportSupport to access, traffic, and crowd control410th MP CO411th MP COESF #15 - External Affairs U.S. Department of Homeland SecurityPublic Affairs Broadcast Transmission SupportMedia and community relationsPAOGAMatch the available units by their capabilities to the ESFs.JTF staff must provide this information to the DCO.GARSufficient CapabilitiesPotential RFFRFF
13Step 4 Receive a Mission Assignment 4/26/00Step 4 Receive a Mission AssignmentType the highlighted portion from the Statement of Work into Paragraph 3.c of your FRAGO13
14Step 5 – Conduct Mission Analysis and write a FRAGO 1. (U) SITUATION. D+7//1.A. (U) GENERAL. 20 Impacted Counties (IC) in western Tennessee with a population of 1,488,071: 1,319 fatalities; 32,914 injured; 562,080 RELOCATED TO shelterS; 507,346 households w/o water; and 709,325 households w/o power. DHS/FEMA IS THE PRIMARY AGENCY WITH ESFS 1-15 IN SPT. Incident Command Posts established in Memphis, Covington, Dyersburg, and Union City. TN NG SJFHQS IS in Bartlett, TN. JFLCC FWD HQs is in Milan, TN with JTF-SE HQs in Olive Branch, MS. The American Red Cross and Salvation Army are in Memphis. PREDICTED SHORTFALL FOR DELIVERY OF COMODOTIES TO WESTERN TN//1.B. (U) TERRAIN. 23 MAJOR TREMORS (ABOVE 5.0 ON THE RICHTER SCALE) HAVE IMPACTED THE NMSZ WITH 12 OF THESE TREMORS OCCURING IN THE JTF-SE JOA RESULTING IN SIGNIFICANT INFRASTUCTURE DAMAGE TO THE LEVEES, ROADS AND BUILDINGS IN MEMPHIS, MILLINGTON, AND DEYRSBERG, TN. AREA BETWEEN THE MISSISSIPPI RIVER AND TN STATE HWY 3 REMAINS FLOODED AND WATER IS NON-POTABLE.1.C. (U) WEATHER. A SEVERE STORM IS MOVING WEST FROM MISSOURI/ARKANSAS AND IS EXPECTED TO BRING HIGH WINDS, RAIN, AND SLEET TO WESTERN TN NLT LFEB12.//1.D. (U) TRANSPORTATION. AS OF LFEB12, DOT COMPLETED A TEMPORARY TWO LANE ROAD PARALLEL TO TN STATE HWY 3 FROM MEMPHIS TO UNION CITY IN ORDER TO PROVIDE SPT TO IMPACTED COUNTIES (IC) IN WESTERN TN//1.E. (U) THREAT/SECURITY. AS OF LFEB12, RIOTERS LOOTED THE SE NEIGHBORHOODS OF MEMPHIS FROM BASKINS AVE TO N. FORREST BLVD. T32 AND LOCAL LE OFFICERS HAVE RESPONDED.2. (U) MISSION. NO CHANGE to JTF-TN OPORD #: LFEB12 (U)//3. (U) EXECUTION. NO CHANGE to JTF-TN OPORD #: LFEB12 (U)//3.A. (U) COMMANDER’S INTENT. NO CHANGE to JTF-TN OPORD #: LFEB12 (U)//3.B. (U) CONCEPT OF THE OPERATION. TBP//3.C. (U) TASKS TO SUBORDINATE UNITS.//3.C.1. (U) TF AV// provide medium rotary wing aircraft and personnel support to evacuate 300 patients from shelters in Newbern and Dyersberg to hospitals in Nashville in the State of Tennessee associated with the NMSZ Earthquake for an initial period of 8 days. Mission Assignment Task Orders will be issued for specific cargo and/or personnel requirements, location(s), dates, and duration of assignment(s) as needed. Unit providing capability will contact Mr. Reynolds for further coordination at (917) THIS MISSION is MA# 1860DR-TN-DOD-019 NMSZ EARTHQUAKE.3.C.2. (U) TF MED// PROVIDE MEDICAL SUPPORT FOR TRANSPORTING PATIENTS TO TF AV AS REQUIRED//3.D. (U) COORDINATING INSTRUCTIONS. TF AV AND TF MED CDRS WILL TELEPHONICALLY BACKBRIEF THE JTF-31 CDR TO INCLUDE CONCEPT OF THE OPERATIONS AND REHEARSALS TWO HOURS AFTER THE PUBLISHING OF THIS FRAGO.//4. (U) ADMINISTRATION AND LOGISTICS. NO CHANGE to JTF-TN OPORD #: LFEB12 (U)//5. (U) COMMAND AND SIGNAL. NO CHANGE to JTF-TN OPORD #: LFEB12 (U)//4/26/00Update the situation when it changesBased on units who are ready for a MA and their ESF capabilities, conduct Mission Analysis to determine which TF has the lead and which TFs are in support to execute the MAAlways adhere to the 1/3-2/3 rule so subordinate TFs have time to conduct their Mission Analysis1414
15JTF-Sandy Lessons Learned SuccessesSingle orders (OPORD and FRAGOs) worked well. Keep it simple and get them out quicklyIntegrated JTF staff (Title 10 & 32) is a mustUS Army Reserve units responded seamlesslyChallengesTitle 10 C2 (confusing above DSC JTF)Need for a “domestic emergency boundary” or Restricted Operations Zone (ROZ)Title 10 JRSOI (not all in-processed and little/no briefs)DSCA Training (what Title 10 can/can’t do)Restrictive Mission Assignments (MA) vs broad MAs