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1 WJTSC 10-1 Chairman’s Exercise Program/National Exercise Program (CEP/NEP) Synchronization

2 AGENDA 0800-0815 Intro LTC Fuller
NEP Overview/Review LTC Fuller Update of Open WJTSC Issues LTC Fuller Yr DoD/NEP Schedule Discussion LTC Fuller Break* Draft CEP CJCSI Discussion LTC Fuller Issues/Upcoming Exercises/Open Forum LTC Fuller (PSI/AAFES) Lunch Joint Exercise Trans Program WG Lt Col Livergood TUESDAY 0800 JETP WG continues with COCOM Briefings (Foothills) JFCOM WG follows JETP WG (Foothills) WEDNESDAY Any continuation from previous 2 days/Interagency WG/CSA WG/CE2 SLT THURSDAY/FRIDAY: PLENARY, 0800 2

3 DOD Nomination Process for NEP
FALL WJTSC COCOMS submit noms to NEP Calendar POST WJTSC JS J7/OSD Deconflicts and coordinates feasibility NOV/DEC VTC JS J7/OSD conducts w/COCOMS to finalize DOD position JAN/FEB DHS SCHED CONF Departments and Agencies present positions SPRING NEP/ESC DECONFLICTS finalizes 5-yr calendar for submission to E&E Sub-IPC SPRING WJTSC Status briefed to COCOMS Out of cycle requests 3 3

4 NEP Overview The National Exercise Program (NEP) components include:
Homeland Security Exercise and Evaluation Program (HSEEP); Five-Year National Exercise Schedule; Lessons Learned Information Sharing System (LLIS) Homeland Security Council’s (HSC) Deputies Committee unanimously concurred with the NEP Charter and approved a Five-Year National Exercise Schedule on January 26, 2007 President approved the NEP Implementation Plan on April 11, 2007 Department and Agency designees coordinate their roles and responsibilities through the NEP Executive Steering Committee, chaired by the Director of the FEMA National Exercise Division (NED) 4

5 NEP Purpose NEP shall serve as the mechanism for:
Examining the preparation of the USG and its officers and other officials Adopting policy changes that might improve such preparation National Level Exercises (NLEs) and Principal Level Exercises (PLEs) will reflect USG priorities, not single Department or Agency programs Focus of NEP exercises: Designed for participation of heads of Federal departments and agencies and other key officials Examine and evaluate emerging national-level policy issues Examine the preparation of U.S. Government officers; Federal, State, local Review new preparedness policy Focus NEP NLEs on: Senior leadership Emerging policy issues Department/Agencies must resource and fund Exercise planning staff Exercise planning and coordination Exercise participation 5

6 Regional or Other Federal Exercises
NEP Exercise Tiers Tier I: White House directed, USG- wide Strategy and Policy Focus Tier II: Federal Strategy and Policy Focus Tier III: Other Federal Exercises Operational, Tactical or Organizational Focus Tier IV: State, Territorial, Local, Tribal or Private Sector Focus Tier I 1 NLE 4 PLE 3 Tier II Exercises Tier II Regional or Other Federal Exercises Tier III Exercise Tiers. The NEP categorizes exercise activities into four tiers. These tiers reflect the relative priority for interagency participation, with Tier I as the highest and Tier IV the lowest. USG exercises are assigned to tiers based on a consensus interagency judgment of how closely they align to USG-wide strategic and policy priorities. Tier I Exercises (Required). Tier I Exercises are centered on White House directed, U.S. Government-wide strategy and policy-related issues and are executed with the participation of all appropriate Cabinet level Secretaries or their Deputies and all necessary operations centers.  (NLEs and PLEs constitute Tier I; thus there are five NEP Tier I exercises annually.)  Tier II Exercises (Commended). Tier II Exercises are focused on strategy and policy issues supported by all appropriate departments and agencies either through the National Simulation Cell or as determined by each department or agency's leadership. (Tier II exercises are endorsed through the NEP process as meriting priority for interagency participation.  Tier II exercises take precedence over Tier III exercises in the event of resource conflicts. The E&E sub-PCC shall recommend no more than three Tier II exercises for interagency participation annually ) Tier III Exercises (Permitted). Tier III Exercises are other Federal exercises focused on operational, tactical, or organization-specific objectives and not requiring broad interagency headquarters-level involvement to achieve their stated exercise or training objectives.  Participation is at the discretion of each department or agency.  Tier IV Exercises. Tier IV Exercises are exercises in which State, territorial, local, and/or tribal governments, and/or private sector entities, are the primary training audience or subject of evaluation.  Non-Federal Exercises Tier IV 6

7 NEP Guidance NLEs, PLEs, and NEP Tier II exercises will reflect USG-wide priorities, not single department or agency programs Full HSC Domestic Readiness Group’s Exercise & Evaluation Sub-Policy Coordination Committee (E&E sub-PCC) recommends exercise priorities/goals/objectives, schedule, and corrective action issues to the Deputies Committee for approval DHS/FEMA chaired NEP Executive Steering Committee supports day-to-day coordination Comprised of representatives across the USG Defining and drafting a NEP Five-Year Exercise Schedule NLE Tier I exercise will have a single focus/ scenario/ control - Therefore, the NEP has to have interagency ownership. DHS chaired NEP Executive Steering Committee supports day-to-day coordination and staff work for the NEP DHS (chair), DOD, DOE, HHS, DOJ, DOS, DOT, ODNI, FBI Up to three rotating members (1-year term) HSC, NSC, OMB representatives in non-voting oversight capacity The NEP ESC will coordinate Department/Agency, as well as Regional/State/local exercise requirements/objectives and build a recommended NEP Five-Year Exercise Schedule. The NEP ESC will also prioritize recommended lessons learned and corrective action plans. The recommended NEP Five-Year Exercise Schedule and Corrective Action Plan are submitted to the Deputies for approval via the Disaster Readiness Group (DRG) Exercise and Evaluation Sub-Policy Coordination Committee (E&E sub-PCC) to frame those decisions 7

8 Key NEP Points NEP goes beyond Tier I and II Exercises
NEP Affords the interagency a predictable and manageable basis for Exercise Planning Consolidates interagency support requirements OSD HD is the senior representative for DoD requirements Joint Staff J7 also has seats on the NEP ESC and E&E Sub PCC The National Exercise Division will: Coordinate interagency support for Tier I and II Exercises Assist in interagency support recruitment for Tier III Exercises 8

9 NEP Status Discussions
National Exercise Program structure being discussed Nature/Definition of Tier II under consideration Exercise “fatigue” is becoming a problem Alternatives to current Implementation Plan being considered NOT MUCH PROGRESS

10 WJTSC 10-1 Master Issue Deck CEP/NEP WG Issues
Pre Conference as of: 20 Aug 08

11 DOD Participation Challenges in the National Exercise Program (NEP)
Briefer: LTC Fuller Updated 13 Mar 10 Issue : DOD Participation Challenges in the National Exercise Program Discussion: a. There is higher-level involvement in the NEP, and the E&E Sub-IPC is considering changing the frequency of National Level Exercises (NLE), Principal Level Exercises, and NEP Tier II exercises. b. 5-Year scheduling challenges in the NEP: No fidelity in future years for NEP exercises (NLE and planning dates through 2010 and some for 2011 are established). This is discussed in interagency forums, and interagency partners understand the dilemma. However, problem still exists and JS/OSD will continue to press this issue. Endstate: Improved joint training effectiveness and efficiency as directed by Chairman’s Joint Training Guidance. Supported / supporting roles consistent with Plans / Unified Command Plan. Staffs build relationships, conduct realistic rehearsal with actual counterparts. POA&M: Use Worldwide Joint Training and Scheduling Conference, deconfliction and combatant command annual exercise conferences to link multiple exercises, taking advantage of NEP to link exercises / integrate mission areas to ensure regional / mission area coverage. Still need more fidelity on future years exercises regarding dates/themes. Support use of the National Exercise Simulation Center (NESC) (located at FEMA HQ) to provide national level interagency exercise support and exercise control capabilities. Codify Tier III DOD submission process; publish CEP CJCSI OPR: JS J-7 JETD; OCRs: DHS, USNORTHCOM SEP 08- JUN 09 SEP 08 SEP 08 FEB 09 AUG 09 MAR 10 DOD Process Completed NEXS Conf and 5-year schedule to DC and approved NEP 5-year Scheduling Conf Completed Combatant commands involved In 5-yr NEP calendar Update at WJTSC 09-2 Update at WJTSC 10-1 11 3 11 11

12 National Exercise Program Five-Year Exercise Schedule (Tier I / Tier II)
FY 10 Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Olympics in Vancouver ExGold / Vigilant Shield 2010 SONS 2010 Principal Level Exercise 2-10 NLE 2010 Domestic Terrorism Improvised Nuclear Device Region TBD Linked to EH Principal Level Exercise 3-10 Cyber Storm III Principal Level Exercise 1-10 Prep for NLE 2010 NSS Assigned Olympics Prep Liberty RadEX FY 11 Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Congressional Elections & Transition Principal Level Exercise 2-11 Governor / House of Reps. Transition Training Program Principal Level Exercise 3-11 NLE 2011 Domestic Non-Terrorism Major Earthquake Region IV, V, VI, VII Principal Level Exercise 4-11 Principal Level Exercise 1-11 Vigilant Shield 2011 Food Security Prep for NLE 2011 NSS Assigned WMD or MANPADS Pan Flu Eagle Horizon 2011 FY 12 Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Elections Inauguration Transition Confirmation Principal Level Exercise 1-12 Vigilant Shield 2012 Principal Level Exercise 2-12 Principal Level Exercise 3-12 NLE 2012 International Defense / Crisis Cyber Attack Region (TBD) Principal Level Exercise 4-12 NSSE: Political National Convention NSSE: Political National Convention Chemical Biological Prep for NLE 2012 NSS Assigned Eagle Horizon 2012 FRMAC 2012 FY 13 Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Elections Inauguration Transition Confirmation Principal Level Exercise 1-13 NLE 2013 Domestic Non-Terrorism Major Hurricane Region IV & VI Principal Level Exercise 4-13 NSSE: Presidential Inauguration Administration Transition Training Program Principal Level Exercise 3-13 TBD NSS Assigned Prep for NLE 2013 Principal Level Exercise 2-13 2013 Date TBD SONS 13 Eagle Horizon 2013 FY 14 Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep IED Principal Level Exercise 1-14 Principal Level Exercise 2-14 Principal Level Exercise 3-14 NLE 2014 Domestic Terrorism Biological Attack Region (TBD) Principal Level Exercise 4-14 TBD TBD Prep for NLE 2014 NSS Assigned 2014 Date TBD Diablo Bravo 14 Eagle Horizon 2014 National Level Exercise Principal Level Exercise National Special Security Events NEP Tier II Exercise Eagle Horizon (EH) Series Version: 12

13 DRAFT PROPOSED DRAFT PROPOSED
National Exercise Program Five-Year Exercise Schedule (Tier I / Tier II) FY 11 Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Congressional Elections & Transition Principal Level Exercise 2-11 Governor / House of Reps. Transition Training Program Principal Level Exercise 3-11 NLE 2011 Domestic Non-Terrorism Major Earthquake Region IV, V, VI, VII Principal Level Exercise 4-11 Principal Level Exercise 1-11 Vigilant Shield 2011 Food Security Prep for NLE 2011 NSS Assigned WMD or MANPADS Pan Flu NSSE: State of the Union Eagle Horizon 2011 FY 12 Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Principal Level Exercise 1-12 Vigilant Shield 2012 Principal Level Exercise 2-12 Principal Level Exercise 3-12 NLE 2012 International Defense / Crisis Cyber Attack Region (TBD) Principal Level Exercise 4-12 NSSE: Political National Convention NSSE: Political National Convention Chemical Biological Prep for NLE 2012 NSS Assigned NSSE: State of the Union Eagle Horizon 2012 FRMAC 2012 FY 13 Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Elections Inauguration Transition Confirmation Elections Inauguration Transition Confirmation Principal Level Exercise 1-13 NLE 2013 Domestic Non-Terrorism Major Hurricane Region IV & VI Principal Level Exercise 4-13 DRAFT PROPOSED NSSE: Presidential Inauguration Administration Transition Training Program Principal Level Exercise 3-13 TBD NSS Assigned DRAFT PROPOSED Prep for NLE 2013 Principal Level Exercise 2-13 2013 Date TBD SONS 13 Eagle Horizon 2013 IED FY 14 Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Principal Level Exercise 1-14 Principal Level Exercise 2-14 Principal Level Exercise 3-14 NLE 2014 Domestic Terrorism Biological Attack Region (TBD) Principal Level Exercise 4-14 TBD TBD Prep for NLE 2014 NSS Assigned NSSE: State of the Union Eagle Horizon 2014 2014 Date TBD Diablo Bravo 14 FY 15 Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Congressional Elections & Transition Principal Level Exercise 2-15 Governor / House of Reps. Transition Training Program Principal Level Exercise 3-15 NLE 2015 International Defense / Crisis Scenario (TBD) Region (TBD) Principal Level Exercise 4-15 Principal Level Exercise 1-15 TBD Prep for NLE 2015 NSS Assigned TBD NSSE: State of the Union 2015 Date TBD Eagle Horizon 2015 National-Level Exercise Principal-Level Exercise National Special Security Events NEP Tier II Exercise Eagle Horizon (EH) Series Version: 13

14 The Five-Year NEP Schedule with DoD Overlay (Tier 1, 2, 3)
FY 10 Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep VIGILANT SHIELD Olympics in Vancouver SONS 10 PLE 2-10 (Prep for NLE) NLE 10 Terror (IND) PLE 3-10 (HSC-Directed) UFG (PACOM) CYBER STORM III NSSE: State of the Union POSITIVE RESPONSE PLE 1-10 (Attack on Transit) Phase II VIBRANT RESPONSE CPX Liberty Rad Ex POSITIVE RESPONSE KEY RESOLVE (T) VIBRANT RESPONSE FTX TERM FURY PLE 1-10 (Olympics Prep) Phase I TURBODIST ARDENT SENTRY FY 11 Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep ABLE WARRIOR 10 ARCTIC EDGE Congressional Elections & Transition KEY RESOLVE PLE 3-11 (Prep for NLE) NLE 11 Nat Disaster (Earthquake) FEMA IV-VII PLE 4-11 (NSS Assigned) UFG (PACOM) PLE 1-11 (WMD or MANPADS) VIGILANT SHIELD POSITIVE RESPONSE PLE 2-11 (Food Security) Pandemic Influenza VIBRANT RESPONSE CPX ULT CADU GLOBAL THUNDER Governor / House of Reps. Transition Training Program ARD SENTRY NUWAIX FY 12 Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep VIBRANT RESPONSE FTX NSSE: State of the Union Eagle Horizon 2011 TERM FURY/TURBO CHALLENGE PLE 1-12 (Chemical) VIGILANT SHIELD POSITIVE RESPONSE PLE 2-12 (Biological) KEY RESOLVE PLE 3-12 (Prep for NLE) NLE 12 Cyber PLE 4-12 (NSS Assigned) NSSE: Political National Convention NSSE: Political National Convention PROPOSED POSITIVE RESPONSE PROPOSED ARCTIC EDGE NUWAIX ARDENT SENTRY VIBRANT RESPONSE FTX Eagle Horizon 2012 BULWARK DEFENDER UFG (PACOM) FY 13 Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep NSSE: State of the Union VIBRANT RESPONSE FRMAC 12 TERM FURY Elections Inauguration Transition Confirmation PLE 1-13 TBD TERM FURY PLE 4-13 (NSS Assigned) VIBRANT RESPONSE VIGILANT SHIELD **SONS 13 NSSE: Presidential Inauguration NLE 13 Domestic Non-Terror (Hurricane) CYBER STORM (T) KEY RESOLVE PLE 3-13 (Prep for NLE) UFG VIBRANT RESPONSE FTX Eagle Horizon 2013 Ensure time separation from elections PLE 2-13 (IED) ABLE WARRIOR* POSITIVE RESPONSE NUWAIX FY 14 Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Administration Transition Training Program ARDENT SENTRY PLE 1-14 (TBD) VIGILANT SHIELD* PLE 2-14 (TBD) (T) KEY RESOLVE ARCTIC EDGE NLE 14 Dome Terrorism BIO ATTACK PLE 4-14 (NSS Assigned) VIBRANT RESPONSE PLE 3-14 (Prep for NLE) NUWAIX UFG VIBRANT RESPONSE FTX POSITIVE RESPONSE Eagle Horizon 2014 ARDENT SENTRY **DIABLO BRAVO 14 NSSE: State of the Union TERM FURY * Nominee for Tier 2 Status ** Date is notional NLE / Tier 1 Tier 2 Tier 3 Principal Level Exercise National Special Security Events / Special Events Version: 29 Mar 10

15 Chairman’s Exercise Program
CJCSI 3500.XX Overview Purpose: To describe the adaptation of the Chairman's Exercise Program (CEP) to the current whole of government exercise environment. Delineate policy and procedures by which the Program is planned and executed in support of the Chairman’s guidance. Describe joint support to the National Exercise Program (NEP) Explain how the CEP aligns with other joint exercise events executed by the Combatant Commands and interagency partners Applicability: Joint Staff, Combatant Commands, Services, Combat Support Agencies and OSD Policy: The CEP is designed to improve the readiness of US forces to conduct joint operations through the conduct of regularly scheduled strategic national level exercises CEP is intended to improve overall U.S. Government readiness by maximizing the benefit of multi-agency participation in NEP, Joint, and Service training, exercises and experiments

16 Chairman’s Exercise Program CJCSI 3500.XX Overview (CONT.)
Instruction Outlines: Roles and Responsibilities within DoD Exercise Community Integration of DoD exercises with National Exercise Program (NEP) Process for coordinating Interagency participation in DoD exercises and conversely DoD in interagency exercises JTIMS use in exercise planning and scheduling JLLIS use to both capture and retrieve issues CE2 Funding NEP Overview CJCSI D NIEX Instruction will be rescinded

17 Chairman’s Exercise Program CJCSI 3500.XX Overview (CONT.) - Staffing
Initial Staffing (AO Level) 24 Feb Instructions sent out via JSAP AO Chops were due 24 Mar 10 Chops missing from 4 Organizations Comments No Critical Comments Several Major Comments – Majority of Comments were Substantive & Administrative Final Staffing (Planner Level) will be sent out within 60 Days 30 Days for Coordination Adjunction, verification and coordination (TBD) Document will then be send forward for Approval/Signature (TBD)

18 Chairman’s Exercise Program CJCSI 3500.XX Overview (CONT.) - Comments
Review of Individual Comments be Organization Scheduled for 90 Minutes Modify Document which will support Final Staffing General Comments and Issues

19 PSI

20 AAFES

21 BACKUP

22 CJCS Crisis Management Exercises (CMX)
Post-Georgia Crisis, CJCS identified the requirement to develop a better crisis response process within the joint staff DJS directed development of CJCS CMXs: Work the mechanics Build situational awareness and exercise the JS decision making process Look for gaps and seams between COCOMs / IAs and required CJCS coordination Identify potential CJCS decisions and recommendations to the SECDEF/POTUS Content of the process CJCS “working the issue” before it occurs Battle Book---Post CMX Based on Top Global Challenges---Chairman’s Advisory Group J7 Exercise Planners work in concert with J-Dirs and COCOMs to craft CMX Compressed timeline---no JELC (two-four weeks) Based on CJCS Calendar COCOM participation is highly encouraged and desired Greater level of granularity Opportunity to highlight COCOM concerns

23 National Level Exercise 2010
Tier I, discussions-based exercise: May 2010 Scenario is response to and recovery from improvised nuclear device (IND) DGZ is Indianapolis, Indiana (no local or regional participation) ARDENT SENTRY and TURBO DISTRIBUTION COCOM exercises delinked NORTHCOM, STRATCOM, TRANSCOM, and JFCOM response cell activity Validation of Federal Interagency Improvised Nuclear Device (IND) Concept of Operations Plan (CONPLAN) Event Date NLE 2010 National TTX 1 (Response) Conduct March 10 NLE 2010 National Seminar 2 (Recovery) Conduct April 7 Principal Level Exercise (PLE) 2-10 Conduct April 29 NLE 2010 Conduct May 17-19 National TTX 2 (Recovery) Conduct June 24 EAGLE HORIZON After Action Conference June 30 NLE 2010 After Action Conference July 21-22

24 National Level Exercise 2011
Tier I, operations-based exercise, primarily at the functional level with some full-scale components: May 2011 Scenario is response to and recovery from earthquake (first natural hazard NLE) Scenario uses New Madrid region (8x states: AL, IL, IA, KY, MS, MO, TN; 4x FEMA regions: IV, V, VI, VII) Linked ARDENT SENTRY and TURBO CHALLENGE/ULTIMATE CADUCEUS COCOM exercises Evaluation of Defense Support for Civil Authorities (DSCA) for a no-notice event Central United States Earthquake Consortium (CUSEC) strategic plan Emergency Management Assistance Compact (EMAC)

25 Principal Level Exercise 2-10
Tier I Principal Level Exercise (PLE) tabletop exercise (TTX); 29 Apr 2010 Assistant Secretary level only in preparation for Eagle Horizon/NLE 2010 Provides a forum for the examination and vetting of issues for the NLE while preparing senior officials for their participation Focus is decision making challenges related to continuity, prevention, protection, and response in the National Capital Region following an improvised nuclear device incident on U.S. soil Assess the efficacy of existing plans and authorities to guide Federal activities relevant to an IND incident, to include: The Homeland Security Act of 2002 The National Response Framework’s Nuclear/Radiological Incident Annex The draft IND Concept of Operations Plan (CONPLAN) Federal department-level continuity plans

26 Principal Level Exercise 3-10
Was originally titled PLE 4-10 Tentatively scheduled for Jul 2010 timeframe Topics for this event are currently being vetted by the National Security Staff

27 Vigilant Shield/Global Thunder 11/PR 11-1
National Exercise Program (NEP) Executive Steering Committee (ESC) Tier II approved; command post exercise (CPX) with field training exercise (FTX) components Exercise window: NOV 2010 Exercise scenarios: NORTHCOM OPS, NUWAIX 11, RDD Response, COOP (POSITIVE RESPONSE), STRATCOM OPS, CANADA COM OPS Multiple requests for interagency support being received JELC Overview Date Scenario Development Conference March 23-25 MPC July 20-23 FPC September 14-17

28 GLOBAL THUNDER 2010 (GT 10) USSTRATCOM-sponsored Field Training Exercise (FTX) scheduled for June Not a NEP event. Primary focus of the exercise is nuclear command, control and communication (C3) with primary emphasis on strategic deterrence. Additional emphasis will be on space and cyber. OSD and Joint Staff are planning to provide exercise senior leadership for select GT 10 secure conference calls and SVTC as necessary. The OSD/JS staffs will provide expertise to the exercise OSD and JS senior leaders and will also support selective USSTRATCOM GT 10 events. GT 11 scenario will be a continuation of GT 10’s scenario. GT 11 is scheduled for November 2010. Milestones: Final Planning Conference (20-22 Apr 10) Mini Exercise (12-13 May 10)

29 CYBER STORM III (CS III)
DHS-sponsored NEP Tier II event—most extensive Government-sponsored cyber security exercise of its kind. Primary focus of the exercise is to enable the plans, capabilities, and procedures necessary to ensure the security of the Nation’s broad and interdependent cyber infrastructure. OSD and Joint Staff are planning to provide exercise senior leadership for select CS III conference calls. The OSD/JS staffs will provide expertise to the exercise OSD and JS senior leaders and will also support select CS III events. Milestones: Final Planning Conference (29-30 Jul 10) Exercise Execution (Fall 10)

30 GLOBAL LIGHTNING / BULWARK DEFENDER 2011 (GL/BD 11)
USSTRATCOM-sponsored Command Post Exercise (CPX) scheduled for 26 Apr-4 May 2011 (tentatively linked with AUSTERE CHALLENGE). Not a NEP event. Primary focus of STRATCOM’s exercise is to conduct training in three lines of operations and supporting mission areas: - Cyber Space Strategic deterrence Anticipating STRATCOM request that OSD and Joint Staff provide exercise senior leadership participation in select secure conference calls and SVTCs as necessary. OSD/JS elements will provide subject matter expertise in support of the exercise OSD and JS senior leaders. Milestones: Initial Planning Conference (16-18 Aug 10) Additional milestone dates in work

31 POSITIVE RESPONSE / ABLE WARRIOR GLOBAL SYNCHRONIZATION EXERCISE 2011 (PR/AWGSE 11)
PR/AWGSE 10 postponed—May 10 reschedule pending approval PR/AWGSE 11 not a NEP event (Potential Tier II nominee for FY13) CJCS Positive Response will be linked to enhance support Milestones Initial Planning Conference (28 Jun-2 Jul 10) Mid Planning Conference (4-8 Oct 10) Final Planning Conference (6-10 Dec 10) Exercise Execution (7-11 Mar 11) SOCOM participation request likely to mirror PR/AWGSE 10 JS, OSD (GO/FO/SES and staff) COCOMs IA

32 USG Interagency Working Group
Promotes interagency coordination for non-NEP exercises WG Goals are to: Promote an integrated approach to USG operations/training Improve quality and realism of DoD integrated operations training Ensure DoD exercises include mutually beneficial objectives that meet both DoD and interagency partner needs Agenda highlights include: Information presentations from DoD, S/CRS, and the UN Discussion of conference theme Discussion of WG related issues

33 Liberty RadEx (NEP Tier II)
Summary: To demonstrate the capability to effectively mitigate and recover from a RDD incident (Philadelphia, PA) Goals/Objectives: Test and assess the ESF-10 response, including local, state, and Federal management of the assessment, mitigation, and cleanup of radiation contamination in an urban environment Test and assess the Nuc/Rad Incident Annex in the post-emergency phase Exercise Lead-Agency, Coordinating Agency, and Support Agency roles and the interface with other key ESFs, including but not limited to ESF-3, ESF-8, and ESF-15 Type: Operations-based Full-Scale Exercise Upcoming Events: Mid-Term Planning Conference September 2009 Master Scenario Events List Conference October 2009 Final Planning Conference January 2010 Exercise Conduct April 2010 33

34 DOD NEP Tier II Prioritization
1. Does the exercise conflict with an already-scheduled NEP exercise, or would it cause unreasonable exercise density on the IA, and is there sufficient time for IA planning? 2. What is the extent of IA participation needed (how many D/As are needed)? 3. What is the level of IA participation needed (how high is the requested IA leadership, and is it DC support or regional/local support)? 4. What is the likelihood of NEP ESC support/approval (exercise complexity/USG-wide policy implications)? 5. Can JS/OSD support the exercise?


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