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1 COA: CTF HQ REMAIN AT PALAWAN BRIEF TO: BG ROBERTO SANTIAGO COMMANDER CTF

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

3 Situation Report uWater in all affected areas is 80% contaminated. uElectrical power in 15% of urban areas and 0% in rural areas. uComms limited to cell phones and VHF uSanitation: 40% available to population centers, 100% at evacuation centers u16 IDP Camps

4 Situation Report uRelief Operations Areas in priority order - Region 6/7 vicinity of the Volcano; Regions 6/7 Negros Island uVolcanic activity has tapered off uPhilippine Red Cross only relief organization in AO, remainder enroute. uCommercial construction firms available for limited small scale construction. Engineering support is available or can be imported as needed from Cebu.

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

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

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

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

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

10 Indicative Timeline Phase I Phase II Phase III Phase IV C+14C+80C+100C+120C Day

11 PHASE I Preparation Identified by: Establishment of CTF HQ Begins With Establishment of CTF HQ in the JOA in Palawan at Puerto Princesa Method Priority of Effort: Establish ISA including Mounting HQ and provide immediate assistance ID and transmit external PA plan Establish CTF HQ at Puerto Princesa Conduct Civil/Military ops - liaison links established Establish MOEs AFP ESTABLISHES FOBs- CEBU (ALTERNATE SPOD ILOILO) CAGAYAN DE ORO (ALTERNATE POD BUTUAN) Recon/ Site survey Maximize APOD/SPOD throughput Conduct Reception, Staging, Onward Movement, and Integration Ends With the provision of initial relief and the establishment of ISA

12 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 (ice), 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

13 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 assisting DRTGs 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

14 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, Cleaning of Equipment, Quarantine, Customs Requirements complete, Reconstitution of AFP units, Released to National Command Ends With the Departure of Last CTF Assistance Element from JOA

15 PHASE I Preparation Identified by: Establishment of CTF HQ Begins With Establishment of CTF HQ in the JOA in Palawan at Puerto Princesa Method Priority of Effort: Establish ISA including Mounting HQ and provide immediate assistance ID and transmit external PA plan Provision of immediate assistance Recon/ Site survey WESCOM establishes ISA Conduct Reception, Staging, Onward Movement, and Integration Establish CTF HQ at Puerto Princesa Conduct Civil/Military ops - liaison links established Establish MOEs AFP ESTABLISHES FOBs- CEBU (ALTERNATE SPOD ILOILO) CAGAYAN DE ORO (ALTERNATE POD BUTUAN) Maximize APOD/SPOD throughput Ends With the provision of initial relief and the establishment of ISA

16 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: Priority of Effort: Conduct HA Ops, Including : Provide water (ice), 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

17 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 assisting DRTGs with the Identification, Consolidation, and Preparation of Areas to be Administered by LGU/NGO/PVO Method Priority of Effort: Transition Negotiated to Civil Authorities Responsibility Ends With the Handover to LGU/NGO/PVO and Withdrawal of Last CTF Assistance Element

18 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, Cleaning of Equipment, Quarantine, Customs Requirements complete, Reconstitution of AFP units, Released to National Command Ends With the Departure of Last CTF Assistance Element from JOA

19 NCE MSTGVSTG HQCTF RDCC x 2 NDCC COMMAND AND CONTROL STRUCTURE WESCOM (Mounting HQ) DRTG GOP HQ AFP SOTG Reserve NCE TCN

20 LOGTRANSMEDENGSEC VSTG PSY Visayas Support Task Group SPT GRP (Thai) GS CO (UK) AVN GRP (Thai) 633 AMSS (TALCE) (US) HMM 265C (12 X CH46) (US) ATG (2 X UH-IH, 1 X SAR, 2 X MG520) (AFP) MED CO (US) FORWARD SURGICAL TM (US) AIR EVAC PLT (US)(-) 30 Bed Hosp (Canada) Med Tm (Bang) MED PERS (50) (S.L.) MED TM (Thai) MED TM (AFP) ENGR BN (Thai) ENGR BN (AFP) INF BDE (-) (2 BN) (AFP)* GENDAM. BN (MADAGASCAR) INF BN (Thai) PSYOP BN (Thai) CMOC

21 LOGTRANSMEDENG SEC MSTG PSY Mindanao Support Task Group DISASTER RELIEF TEAM - ENGR/MED/LOG (CANADA) LOG SPT TM (AFP) 4 x Merlin Helos (UK) 715 AMSS (TALCE) (US) HMM 265C (4 X CH53E, 2 X UH- 1N/4 X AH-1W) (US) 4 X UH1N (Canada) Air Transportable Hosp. (US) AIR EVAC PLT(-) (US) MED SPECIALIST (AUS) Med Tm (Bang) MED PERS (50) (S.L.) MED TM (AFP) DENTAL TM (AFP) ENGR BN (AFP) ENGR SQDN (AUS) ENG TM (Bang) ENGR SQDN (MALAYSIA) ENGR PLT (MAURITIUS) ENGR PLT (-) (TONGA) BN GRP (AUS) MBLT (AFP) B CO, 8TH PSYOP BN C CO, 9TH PSYOP BN CMOC

22 CNTRY Force1-1 SFG2-1 SFGJSOAC SOTG NSWTU Special Operations Task Group 5 x A Teams 1 x B Team 2 x A Teams 1 x B Team 1 x STS 2 x STT 2 x SOS 2 x MH47 3 x HH60 2 x RIB 2 x MK V Seal Platoon

23 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

24 KEY OPERATIONAL ISSUES uNeed For ISAs Outside Of Palawan –SINGAPORE? –MANILA? uHQs For MSTG –4TH INF DIV? –TCN? l Deputy Commander l Additional PSYOPS support uSATCOM –BY MULTINATIONAL FORCE

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26 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)

27 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)

28 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

29 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

30 SOTG uCNTRYFORCE uPHIL1 SF CO. RECCE uUS2X SFGA u2XODB u8XODA u2XMC130H u2XMC130P u2XMH53J u2XRIB DET u1XMKV DET u1XSEAL PLT

31 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

32 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

33 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 (-)

34 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

35 COMMANDER’S GUIDANCE

36 Available SPODs uCEBU: Intl: 1Km dock space, 50ft depth, Dom: 1.2Km, 30ft uDUMAGUETE: Dom: 200m, 30ft uTAGBILARAN: Dom: 200m,30ft uBACOLOD: Dom: 400m, 30ft uILOIL: Dom: LST only 400m, 30ft uCAGAYAN: 30ft uILIGAN: 300m, 30ft uSURIGAO 300m, 50ft

37 Available APODs uMACTAN airfield is operable. Lighting is sporatic and aprons are clear. Radar is sporatic but operable. No night operations at the moment

38 PRIORITY OF TASKS –Preparation l ID and transmit external PA plan l Establish CTF HQ at Puerto Princesa l Establish Forward Operating Base including Mounting HQ l Conduct Civil/Military ops - liaison links established l Establish MOEs l Augment existing FOBs l Recon/ Site survey l Maximize APOD/SPOD throughput l Conduct Reception, Staging, Onward Movement, and Integration –Support l Provide water, food, shelter, medical asst l Direct DP movements and actions l Conduct emergency infrastructure repair l Confidence building –Transition l Transition to Civil Authorities – Redeploy


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