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Iron Strike MDMP 4_18

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Iron Strike MDMP 4_18

  1. 1. UNCLASSIFIED//FOUO UNCLASSIFIED//FOUO MOUNTAINEERS “LIFEBLOOD!” MISSION ANALYSIS: OPERATION IRON STRIKE
  2. 2. UNCLASSIFIED//FOUO UNCLASSIFIED//FOUO AGENDA MISSION AND INTENT PROBLEM STATEMENT LINES OF EFFORT FASIE ARM FUEL FIX SUSTAIN MAN MOVE MEDICAL SASMO RECOMMENDED CCIR RECOMMENDED EEFI
  3. 3. UNCLASSIFIED//FOUO UNCLASSIFIED//FOUO BRIGADE: MISSION AND CDR’S INTENT MISSION:3 ABCT, 4 ID executes OPERATION IRON STRIKE 05-24 Jul 16 at Fort Carson, CO in order to train Soldiers and leaders for NTC rotation 16-09, future decisive action operations, and to prepare the BCT for its allocated EUCOM RAF mission. COMMANDER’S INTENT: The purpose of this operation is to train the Soldiers and leaders of 3 ABCT for NTC rotation 16-09 and future decisive action operations. 3 ABCT will be capable of fighting and winning across all warfighting functions against a near-peer adversary in a contested operating environment in preparation for RAF and contingency missions. KEY TASKS: 1. Plan and execute mission command systems and processes across wide distances. 2. Coordinate and synchronize air and ground operations during the execution of offensive, defensive, and stability operations. 3. Integrate and synchronize all attached forces and unified action partners to win in a contested operating environment. 4. Plan and execute responsive and flexible sustainment operations in support of decisive action operations. END STATE: The IRON STRONG Brigade is prepared to deploy, conduct decisive action operations to win across the spectrum of conflict, and accomplish assigned missions in scaled, modular formations or as part of a larger force.
  4. 4. UNCLASSIFIED//FOUO UNCLASSIFIED//FOUO • OR Rate unknown Certified Platoons TACSOP refined Personnel/Equipment in transition BSA H-Hour, R-Hour sequence refined FTCPs still not fully integrated CURRENT STATE • How does the 64 BSB certify companies while simultaneously providing to a BCT and maintaining an OR Rate above 95% during the summer 16-02 manning cycle? PROBLEM STATEMENT • Certified companies TACSOP verified Integrate sustainment with enablers and EAB Validate COS, Evac, FLE, etc. Build new teams 95% OR Rate Soldier Readiness Fully integrated FTCPs END STATE
  5. 5. UNCLASSIFIED//FOUO UNCLASSIFIED//FOUO Lines of Effort Training Conditions LinesofEffort End State • Warrior Skills Training • Driver’s Training • Low Density (MOS) Training • CLS Training • Small Arms/ Crew • Served WPNs TRNG • SQD FTX • Unstabilized Gunnery • BSA OPS • Mountaineer Battalion conducted individual and SQD level training/ certification during 2nd and 3rd QTR in preparation for BSA OPS, Iron Strike, and NTC Rotation. The battalion will validate companies core competencies, PLTs, BN TACSOP, and the battalion’s ability to relocate the BSA during the 3rd QTR in support of Iron Brigade. • 64th BSB is ready to support and sustain the Iron Brigade for future operations, proficient on all METL tasks, and ready to provide operational reach to the brigade. Personnel Readiness • Battalion and Company FRG Events • Battalion Ball • Spouse Events • Town Hall meetings • Care Team Certifications Conditions • Mountaineer Battalion families maintain stability during high OPTEMPO train up during 2nd and 3rd Quarter in preparation for separation during NTC Rotation 16-09 and deployment during FY 17 Family Readiness • Mountaineer Battalion conducted SRP last week of March. Medical appointments will continue to be forecasted and scheduled ensuring readiness through exercises. PAI accountability is conducted by companies. Conditions Equipment Readiness • Medical Appointments • Medical Rodeo • SRP • DD93/SGLI • ISO PREP • SIPR Accounts • Casualty Feeder Cards • Family Care Plans • MOD 12 Review Conditions• ASL Review • Services • Operator Training • Deliberate AOM • Pass back Maintenance • SSL Review • DESET Queen Set and SSL on hand • Mountaineer Battalion is at 95% OR following Iron Strike and prepared for NTC 16-09. SSA has accurate safety stock levels positioned in preparation of future Operations.
  6. 6. UNCLASSIFIED//FOUO UNCLASSIFIED//FOUO ARM THE FORCE F A S I E BNs establish AHAs at unit areas upon beginning of Iron Strike prior to CL V Draw X A/64 Establishes ATHP at Range 155 X Each BN provides 1+ NCO and 2+ SMs to Each BN will be responsible for their individual CL V requests, issues, and turn-is from/to ASP X BNs draw blank ammo from ASP 6 JUL and transport to AHAs X BNs draw Live ammo from ASP 7 JUL and transport to ATHP X Inspect and assist units in setting up their AHA X FSC OIC / NCOIC sit with SPO Ammo to discuss safe storage plans X Ammo Managers have forecasted the right amount of ammo to complete Gunnery [BNs, BDE MGs, BDE S3] X Each BN has an adequate # of Certified Ammo Handlers in each Company; especially FSC [BNs] X Each BN has proper equipment to receive, transport, store, issue, and turn in CL V [BNs] X 101 CAB units may require personnel to assist with the storage of aviation specific CL V [101CAB/4CAB] X Capabilities - Resources Available A/64 3x PLS and Trailer in ATHP Section SASSMOD & VSAT Concerns - Constraints Blank and Live Ammo Separation 89A & 89B personnel for ATHP Operations Proper accountability of CL V in ATHP
  7. 7. UNCLASSIFIED//FOUO UNCLASSIFIED//FOUO FUEL THE FORCE F A S I E In an offense/TRM the Brigade will burn in excess of 20,000 gallons/day of F24 X In a defense the Brigade will burn in excess of 10,000 gallons/day of F24 X In Live Fire the Brigade will burn in excess of 6,000 gallons/day of F24 X 588th will self support with AVGAS X A/64 will resupply FSC with CL III(B) at LRPs X When the BSA is jumping FSC will receive CL III(B) from the FLE X CSSB will available to provide throughput as required X CSSB will resupply A/64 at the BSA every 48-72 hours roughly 15,000 gallons X 2-17 will be supported from Fort Carson X Download time for the M978 during a bulk to bulk transfer is 45 minutes X Capabilities - Resources Available A/64 - 11x M978 – 24,750 gal A/64 - 9x M969, 6x M1088 – 40,500 gal 4-10 – 3x M978 – 6,750 gal 588 – 5x M978 – 11,250 gal 1-8 – 12x M978 – 27,000 gal 1-66 – 12x M978 – 27,000 gal 1-68 – 12x M978 – 27,000 gal 3-29 FA – 5x M978 – 11,250 gal Concerns - Constraints Currently 8x TCs in the fuel section 4 x M978, 4x M969 - 27,000 gal NMC/FET – M978 not a priority for maneuver units Fuel truck turn in and issue of A4/TRM
  8. 8. UNCLASSIFIED//FOUO UNCLASSIFIED//FOUO FIX THE FORCE F A S I E Units will deploy with organic Shop Stock (SSL) to support all their Field Maintenance Teams (FMT) X Units will set up Unit Maintenance Collection Points (UMCP) X Units will perform Field level maintenance on site X Ensure that HETs are on stand by for catastrophic recovery from the TA for the duration of the exercise X Units will pick up CLS IX at Building 8030 X Units will continue to turn in SP at Building 8030 X Units will utilize internal Recovery assets and request for assistance if overwhelmed from 64th BSB SPO X Capabilities - Resources Available VSAT VOIP Phone SAMS-E/SAMS-2E DCO Connect SHOP STOCK (SSL) up to 150 lines per UIC ASL/ATF 2900+ Authorized lines Concerns - Constraints Zpark funding release of 10,000 documents Back-Log on SSA(plan a systematic daily release of 500+ lines per day) maximum manning will be necessary to process on hand items SSA Performance METRIX will decline to massive influx Release strategy will be back logged SP Turn-in
  9. 9. UNCLASSIFIED//FOUO UNCLASSIFIED//FOUO SUSTAIN THE FORCE F A S I E Planning factor for water is 7.9 gallons H2O/person/day. X Head count for Iron Strike will be approx. 7,000 Soldiers X The brigade will require 45,000 gallons H2O/person/day X We will conduct HIPPO exchanges with the CSSB X We will conduct bulk water transfers with FSCs at LRPs X HIPPOs will be prepositioned at a FLE in order to support units that are operating far forward by the FLOT. X Full SSA will deploy to the field for the duration X Priority of Resupply will be CL III (B), CL IX, CL I, CL IV for the initial phase of the operation X SSA will run 24 hour operations X CL I, II, III (P), IV, VIII, IX will be delivered to the BSA from the CSSB and delivered to units through LRPs X We will conduct MTRCs swaps or reefer to MTRCs to Reefer cross level X 2-17 will coordinate support through their BLAST and Z Park manager X CL IV loads will be determined by the Brigade Engineer X CL IV will be delivered using throughput from the CSSB X Capabilities - Resources Available 10 x HIPPOs, 20,000 gallons of H2O 320 pallet spaces (96 currently) Concerns - Constraints Currently 2x TCs in the water section CSSB required to move SSA Personnel/manpower issue (92A) Current estimated consumption exceeds our capabilities
  10. 10. UNCLASSIFIED//FOUO UNCLASSIFIED//FOUO MAN THE FORCE F A S I E 1x M113 with crew from 64BSB will be forward positioned with 4-10CAV, 1-66AR, 1-68AR, and 1-8IN X SASMO will be located at the BSA X FTCPs will be located at the BSA X ATHP section will be located at Range 155 X UMCPs will be located with the CTCP and FSC X Capabilities - Resources Available CSSB will augment A/64 with 89B, 92A Concerns - Constraints Critically short 89B, 92A, 92F, 88M TCs must be a Corporal or above
  11. 11. UNCLASSIFIED//FOUO UNCLASSIFIED//FOUO MOVE THE FORCE F A S I E Units will receive Classes of Supply (as required) through LRP operations or Supply Point Distribution X Synchronize support with FSCs X Units will road march from cantonment to TAA unless additional support is requested X Ensure that HETs are on stand by for catastrophic recovery from the TA for the duration of the exercise X More equipment will need to be transported via HET upon the completion of training due to increased NMC rates X Synchronize HETs with SB to ensure recovery assets are on stand by during all major movements X Provide additional transportation support to units as necessary X CSSB will provide A CO with additional transportation assets to facilitate SSA deployment to the field, during jumps, and redeployment and BSA CL IV movement X CSSB will provide CL 1, CL III9B), and CL IX resupply from cantonment to the training area X CSSB will provide throughput for CL IV during the hasty defense and other classes as required X Synchronize with the CSSB for transportation requirements/throughput X FSC FTCPs will transport their own assets X HHC, B, and C Co 64th will transport their own assets X External OPFOR/Evaluators will provide their own transportation assets X Capabilities - Resources Available A/64 PLS - 23 A/64 4k Forklift – 2 A/64 LHS – 17 A/64 BOH - 53 A/64 TRL – 40 4SB PLS - 40 A/64 CROP/FR – 150 4SB TRL - 40 A/64 CHU/ECHU – 2 4SB CROP/FR - 240 A/64 MTV and TRL – 2 4SB CHU/ECHU - 40 A/64 10K Forklift – 5 4SB HET - 17 Concerns - Constraints Perimeter, SSA, ATHP, CL IV Transportation 100% SSA Movement to/from/in the field ATHP Size and movement to/from/in the field 3 Corps TC Policy vs. Manning capabilities
  12. 12. UNCLASSIFIED//FOUO UNCLASSIFIED//FOUO MEDICAL F A S I E MEDICAL EVACUATION Provide Role II care and medical evacuation support with ambulance exchanges to 3ABCT 08-14 JUL and 16-21 JUL X X Coordinate with and forward position 1x M113 each with 1-8IN, 1-66AR, 1-68AR, 4-10CAV X On order Role II will provide FLE element with Tx team, 10 bed PH capacity, and 2x FLAs X X X Range Coverage: All occupied Ranges/TAs must have a CASEVAC vehicle with COMMS. Medical coverage cannot be less than what is specified in the risk assessment approved by the commander. Live fire or training south of 72 gridline must have a medic. X MEDICAL Tx All Aid Stations will provide area support to all friendly forces (including 3ABCT Task Force enablers) X X Providers blackout clinic appointments during the exercise and conduct Role I field care X Role II field care provided by 64th BSB throughout exercise X DiRaimondo clinic will schedule the provider rotation to care for Rear-D Soldiers at DiRaimondo (Rear Role II) Medical forecasting for Soldiers goes out 60 days adjusted beyond field dates X Medical Maintenance Services conducted in JUN for all 3ABCT. X CLVIII (MEDICAL SUPPLY) Establish MC4 connectivity via VSAT; Coordinate with SASMO for MC4 and VSAT configuration and connectivity prior to exercise X All units deploy with 90% MES X All units submit CLVIII order NLT 10 JUN, CLS Bags ordered NLT 15 MAY X SPO MED finalize PushPack lists and obtain BDE Surgeon approval X BMSO will order and bring ASL/Push Packs X Units will coordinate through Supply NCO to obtain Ice for Ice Sheets X Capabilities - Resources Available 4xM113s 4xM997s 20xBeds in Patient Hold Constraints
  13. 13. UNCLASSIFIED//FOUO UNCLASSIFIED//FOUO SASMO F A S I E All BNs have conducted and verified LIS gunnery X VSAT VOIP numbers have been distributed to all UMCPs X SASMO will be on standby at BSA for on site support to other BNs X Capabilities - Resources Available 2 FLOAT MC4s 1 FLOAT PBUSE 2 FLOAT SAMS Concerns - Constraints SASMO Shop will have 3/8 MOTEd personnel Can’t Split Ops because of above constraints
  14. 14. UNCLASSIFIED//FOUO UNCLASSIFIED//FOUO Recommended CCIR Arm the Force CCIR M8 M7 M6 I5 I7 I6 *Individual BN is Red (50%) on a mission critical DODIC X X X *Individual BN is Black (25%) on a mission critical DODIC X X X *Brigade is Red (50%) on a mission critical DODIC X X X *Brigade is Black (25%) on a mission critical DODIC X X X Fuel the Force CCIR M8 M7 M6 I5 I7 I6 *Individual unit is Red (50%) on Fuel Handlers X X X X *Brigade is Red (50%) on Fuel Handlers X X X X Individual unit Red (50%) fuel vehicle FMC X X X Brigade is Red (50%) fuel vehicle FMC X X X Individual unit Red (50%) on CL III(B) X X X Brigade is Red (50%) on CL III(B) X X X Individual unit Red (50%) on FFE X X X Brigade is Red (50%) on FFE X X X Fuel spills or EPA violations X X X Fix The Force CCIR M8 M7 M6 I5 I7 I6 Individual Unit or Brigade drops maintenance readiness rating tier X X X Red (50%) or Black (25%) on any mission critical supply class X X X Customer has had 02 CL IX in the SSA for over 12 hours X X X Unit “loses” high dollar SP item or is not turned in for over 30 days X X X Individual Unit or Brigade likely to drop maintenance readiness rating tier X A vehicle maintenance requirements exceed maintenance expenditure limit X X Loss of sustainment automation equipment for over 24 hours (also if not fixable within 48 hours) X X X
  15. 15. UNCLASSIFIED//FOUO UNCLASSIFIED//FOUO Recommended CCIR Sustain the Force CCIR M8 M7 M6 I5 I7 I6 Individual BN Red (50%) or Black (25%) on any mission critical supply class X X X Brigade Red (50%) or Black (25%) on any mission critical supply class X X X Customer has had supplies in the SSA for over 48 hours X Customer has had supplies in the SSA for over 96 hours X X X Budget does not support ordering of supplies X X X Unit has 2 days remaining to complete recons and has not picked up paperwork X Unit is 2 days overdue on recon submission X X X Loss of a Role I or Role II X X X X Loss of any ancillary capability X X X X *Sudden increase of DNBI X X X X Man the Force CCIR M8 M7 M6 I5 I7 I6 *Any change in status on remains evacuation X X *Any change in status on casualty evacuation X X Loss of mission capable support MOS to a degree inhibiting support X X *SCMO was assigned for KIA and personal equipment was inventoried and transported X X *Loss of a provider X X x x Move the Force CCIR M8 M7 M6 I5 I7 I6 Route status degraded (Amber, Red, Black) X x Notify at Red Notify at Red Change in air status/AEROMEDEVAC (Amber, Red, Black) X Notify at Red Notify at Red Any BCT transportation asset below 75% FMC X - X Any BCT transportation asset below 50% FMC X X X Any BCT transportation asset below 25% FMC X X X Damaged property of equipment during a mission (to include supplies or cargo) X X X Under 24 hour support requests X X X
  16. 16. UNCLASSIFIED//FOUO UNCLASSIFIED//FOUO Recommended EEFIs Recommended EEFIs BSA Locations BSA Jump Timelines LRP/FLE Locations AXP/Aid Station Locations ATHP Location CTCP/UMCP Locations LRP Times Convoy Routes Amount and type assets being moved
  17. 17. UNCLASSIFIED//FOUO UNCLASSIFIED//FOUO Proposed Mission Statement MISSION: 64th BSB provides continuous sustainment support ISO Operation Iron Strike from 05-22July16 IVO FCCO IOT train on decisive action operations and enable company certifications. COMMANDER’S INTENT: The purpose of this operation is to certify companies prior to NTC Rotation 16- 09 on collective tasks while conducting BSA operations. Validate FLE’s composition and ability to provide responsive and continuous support during decisive actions. Continue to certify leaders and their ability to execute tactical logistics. KEY TASKS: 1. Exercise core competencies 2. Validate companies 3. Validate Battalion TACSOP 4. Increase ability to displace the BSA ENDSTATE: Friendly: BSB is able to provide expeditionary support and displace BSA during DA Ops Enemy: Deter enemy’s ability to gather information on the BSA Terrain: BSB maintains freedom of maneuver on LOCs Civil: BSB does not impede on flow of traffic along FCCO MSRs
  18. 18. UNCLASSIFIED//FOUO UNCLASSIFIED//FOUO CLOSING COMMENTS
  19. 19. UNCLASSIFIED//FOUO UNCLASSIFIED//FOUO MOUNTAINEERS “LIFEBLOOD!” Course of Action Development: OPERATION IRON STRIKE
  20. 20. UNCLASSIFIED//FOUO UNCLASSIFIED//FOUO AGENDA APPROVED MISSION STATEMENT UPDATED TASK ORG CONCEPT OF OPERTION COA SKETCHES COA 1) BECCA’S FLE COA 2) PUEBLO’S FLE
  21. 21. UNCLASSIFIED//FOUO UNCLASSIFIED//FOUO Approved Mission Statement MISSION: 64th BSB provides continuous sustainment support ISO Operation Iron Strike from 05-22July16 IVO FCCO IOT train on decisive action operations and enable company certifications. COMMANDER’S INTENT: The purpose of this operation is to certify companies prior to NTC Rotation 16- 09 on collective tasks while conducting BSA operations. Validate FLE’s composition and ability to provide responsive and continuous support during decisive actions. Continue to certify leaders and their ability to execute tactical logistics. KEY TASKS: 1. Exercise core competencies 2. Validate companies 3. Validate Battalion TACSOP 4. Increase ability to displace the BSA ENDSTATE: Friendly: BSB is able to provide expeditionary support and displace BSA during DA Ops Enemy: Deter enemy’s ability to gather information on the BSA Terrain: BSB maintains freedom of maneuver on LOCs Civil: BSB does not impede flow of traffic along FCCO MSRs
  22. 22. UNCLASSIFIED//FOUO UNCLASSIFIED//FOUO External Assets EOD 761ST EOD (FCCO) II 818 SPR (ND ARNG) SPR 62 SPR (4EN) MP 110TH (FCCO) SPR DECON R&S 2-4 FA (FSOK) A 1-188 ADA (ND ARNG) 3ABCT NTC Task Organization 101 CAB 5 x UH-60L (ASLT) 3 x CH-47F 3 x UH-60A 2 x UH-60L (CAC/A2C2S) 08 x AH-64D 4 x Shadow 10 x UH-60L (ASLT) 3 x CH-47F 3 x UH-60A 4 x AH-64D 8 x Shadow *** III Corps is working with 101 CAB to finalize TF build II 1-8 3/4ID II 1-66 3/4ID II 4-10 3/4ID II 3-29 3/4ID II 64 3/4ID II 588 3/4ID E X 3BCT/4ID III I HHT 4-10 I C 4-10 I FSC D 64 I B 4-10 I A 4-10 I HHC 1-8 I A 1-8 I B 1-8 IFSC G 64 I B 588 I C 1-8 I HHC 1-66 I C 1-66 I B 1-66 I A 1-66 I D 4-10 IFSC H 64 I HHB 3-29 I A 3-29 I B 3-29 I FSC F 64 I E HHC 588 I MI I HHC 64 I I IFSC E 64 I C 3-29 II 1-68 3/4ID I HHC 1-68 I C 1-68 I B 1-68 I A 1-68 IFSC I 64 I E A 588 E C 588 D 588 RDR/HHB 3-29 UAS/D 588 CM/HHC 588 A 64 B 64 C 64 I I I 59th QM CO (4 SB) I 32ND TC (4 SB) 60th OD/ (4 SB) I I CSSB 176 TN ARNG 148th SIG (WY ARNG) I (-) I 257TH TC (USARC) I I 778TH MC (AL ARNG) I 247TH QM CO (4 SB) I 282ND QM CO (USARC) *** Request addition to troop list 450 MAC CLR 806 CC (USARC) MAC MI CYBER TM (TBD) I MI RECON 217 ARB 3ABCT Task Organization
  23. 23. UNCLASSIFIED//FOUO UNCLASSIFIED//FOUO Annex C, Appendix 2, Tab A: BN Force-on-Force TA Allocation TAC
  24. 24. UNCLASSIFIED//FOUO UNCLASSIFIED//FOUO Annex C, Appendix 3, Tab B Execution Timeline JULY 2016 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 BLOCK LEAVE ALERT, MARSHALL, DEPLOY BN Internal FoF Maneuver Training RESET/ TLPs FCX 1 FCX 2 FCX 3 Redeploy/Recovery AOM 3ABCT Alert BCT TOC Deploys TOC FOC / TAC Deploys TAC FOC BCT MSN CMD TOC Jump TAC Jump BCT MSN CMD BCT CPX BCT TOC redeploys BCT TAC redeploy s AOM 4-10 CAV Alert 4-10 TRM BN Internal FoF Maneuver Training (Zone/Area Recon, Screen, BHO, RHO, Passage of Lines) TAs 17, 18, 19, 21, 22, 23, 27; Ranges 127, 127A; OPs 5, 6, 7, 8, 8A, 9, 10, 13, Bonko Zone Reconnaissance OBJs MERCURY/BRONZE, FPOL, Screen BCT Flank 4-10 TRM AOM 1-8 IN Alert 1-8 TRM BN Internal FoF Maneuver Training (CO MTC, hasty/deliberate ATK, DEF) TAs 40, 41, 42, 43, 44, 55, 56 OBJ MERCURY OBJ BRONZE OBJ LEAD 1-8 TRM AOM 1-66 AR Alert 1-66 TRM BN Internal FoF Maneuver Training (CO MTC, hasty/deliberate ATK, DEF) TAs 24, 25, 26, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 38, 39, Red Devil Village OBJ BRONZE OBJ LEAD OBJ MERCURY 1-66 TRM AOM 1-68 AR Alert 1-68 TRM BN Internal FoF Maneuver Training (CO MTC, hasty/deliberate ATK, DEF) TAs 33, 34, 35, 37, 46, 47, 48, 49, 50, 51; Ranges 143, 145, 155 OBJ LEAD OBJ MERCURY OBJ BRONZE 1-68 TRM AOM 3-29 FA Alert 3-29 TRM 1 x BTRY Supporting each BN within respective maneuver areas FCX Support / TBL XVIII 3-29 TRM AOM A/3-29 Deploy TLPs - TBL I-V TBL XV TLPs DART Support 1-8 B/3-29 Support 1-66 TBL XV TLPs DART Support 1-66 C/3-29 Support 1-68 TBL XV TLPs DART Support 1- 68 588 BEB Alert 588 TRM Mobility, Countermobility, Survivability, UAS Support to Maneuver BNs TA 54, Aerial Gunnery Range / EN support (including 842 SDNG) to BNs FCX Support 588 TRM AOM 64th BSB Alert BSA Deploys BSA STX (DZ Plateau) BSA Jump BSA Ops @ DZ Becca BSA Jump BSA Ops BSA Deploys AOM 842 EN SDNG ADVON DEPART DEPLOY MARSHALL DEPLOY Mobility, Countermobility, Survivability, UAS Support to Maneuver BNs TA 54, Aerial Gunnery Range / EN support (including 842 SDNG) to BNs CREW SERVE WEAPONS REDEPLOY RECOVERY
  25. 25. UNCLASSIFIED//FOUO UNCLASSIFIED//FOUO Annex C, Appendix 2, Tab C – PH 3 Operation Overlay PAA OBJ GOLD 30 km OBJ LEAD OBJ MERCURY OBJ BRONZE PL TITANS PL VIKINGS PL BEARS PL STEELERS PL BRONCOS, PL SEAHAWKS PL CHICAGO
  26. 26. UNCLASSIFIED//FOUO UNCLASSIFIED//FOUO Annex C, Appendix 2, Tab B – Phase 3 Concept PAA OBJ GOLD 30 km OBJ LEAD OBJ MERCURY OBJ BRONZE PL TITANS PL VIKINGS PL BEARS PL STEELERS PL BRONCOS, PL SEAHAWKS PL CHICAGO T: 1-66 AR Attacks to Seize OBJ MERCURY P: IOT prevent the ENY from influencing the BCT from the West T: 4-10 CAV Conducts zone recon of OBJ BRONZE and OBJ LEAD P: IOT identify elements of ENY T: 1-68 AR Attacks to Seize OBJ Bronze P: IOT establish SBF 1 and destroy enemy CATK through OBJ Gold T: 1-8 IN Attacks to Seize OBJ LEAD P: IOT protect Atropian sovereignty T: 4-10 CAV Conducts screen to the west of OBJ GOLD P: Prevent ENY from influencing the BCT from the North N
  27. 27. UNCLASSIFIED//FOUO UNCLASSIFIED//FOUO Mission: 64th BSB, 3 ABCT, 4 ID executes OPERATION IRON STRIKE Force on Force Operations on 08-14 JUL 16 at Fort Carson, CO in order to train Soldiers and leaders for NTC rotation 16-09, future decisive action operations, and to prepare the BN for its allocated EUCOM RAF mission Commander’s Intent: The purpose of this operation is to train the Soldiers and leaders of 64th BSB for NTC rotation 16-09 and future decisive action operations Key Tasks: 1. Maintain proficiency on all Key Collective Tasks 2. Synchronize logistics operations across the brigade 3. Employ the FLE efficiently in order to maintain freedom of maneuver for the brigade. End State: 64th BSB is prepared to deploy and sustain the Iron Brigade in support of decisive operations. Increase the ability to relocate the FLE for prolong missions, and efficiently provide sustainment functions throughout the brigade. Concept of the Operation: This will be a four phase operation Phase I: (Preparation)- This phase begins after BSA established at DZ Plateau on 08JUL16 and ends when the battalion prepare for training execution. Phase II: (Execution)- This phase begins when all companies conduct initial training with the Forward Support Companies and ends with the culminating event of BSA LFX on 12JUL16. Phase III: (BSA Relocation)- This phase begins when the BSA start initial movement to DZ Becca on 13JUL16 in order to continue to support the brigade for phase III, and ends when all companies arrived to DZ Becca NLT 14JUL. Phase IV: (BSA Establishment)- This phase begins when quartering party arrives at DZ Becca for initial set-up and ends when SSA is completely established on 15JUL16 and ready to support follow on mission. 64th BSB FoF Concept of Operation TAC Company 08 JUL 16 09 JUL 16 10 JUL 16 11 JUL 16 12 JUL 16 13 JUL 16 14 JUL 16 15 JUL 16 HHC ALPHA CO. BRAVO CO. CHARLIE CO. FSC’s N BSA JUMP Set-up at DZ Becca Support BSA Training Mission CMD/ Subsistence SPT BSA LFX TCO TCO TCO EA/ ECP EA/ ECP EA/ ECP AXP AXP AXP AXP Retrain
  28. 28. UNCLASSIFIED//FOUO UNCLASSIFIED//FOUO COA 1: BECCA’S FLE STATEMENT x x x = = TAC x x JULY 2016 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 64th BSB Alert BSA Deploys BSA STX (DZ Plateau) BSA Jump BSA Ops @ DZ Becca BSA Jump BSA Ops BSA Deploys AOM 1-66 3ABCT 1SBCT 3 ABCT 3 ABCT 3ABCT 2IBCT FLE Mission: 64th BSB provides continuous sustainment support ISO Operation Iron Strike from 05-22July16 IVO FCCO IOT train on decisive action operations and enable company certifications. Intent: The purpose of this operation is to certify companies prior to NTC Rotation 16-09 on collective tasks while conducting BSA operations. Validate FLE’s composition and ability to provide responsive and continuous support during decisive actions. Continue to certify leaders and their ability to execute tactical logistics. Key Task: 1. Exercise core competencies 2. Validate companies 3. Validate Battalion TACSOP 4. Increase ability to displace the BSA End State: Friendly: BSB is able to provide expeditionary support and displace BSA during DA Ops Enemy: Deter enemy’s ability to gather information on the BSA Terrain: BSB maintains freedom of maneuver on LOCs Civil: BSB does not impede on flow of traffic along FCCO MSRs Decisive Operation: BSA jump from DZ plateau to DZ Becca Shaping Operations: BSA is established IVO DZ Plateau. Main supply Route 6/11 is the primary route to sustain combat power during the operation. To shorten resupply timelines, a FLE will be established IVO DZ Becca to provide unit distribution resupply to the southern maneuver units during decisive operations. Sustainment Operations: 64 BSB will use LRPs and unit distribution in order to support 3ABCT with CL I, CL II, CL III, CL IV, CL V, CL VII, CL VIII, and CL IX. Assumed Risk: Positioning logistics assets forward with limited personnel and defensive capabilities. We will mitigate this by ensuring the FLE maintains its own security elements and never be out longer than three days while the BSA jumps to its location.
  29. 29. UNCLASSIFIED//FOUO UNCLASSIFIED//FOUO COA 1: BECCA’S FLE x x x = = TAC x x JULY 2016 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 64th BSB Alert BSA Deploys BSA STX (DZ Plateau) BSA Jump BSA Ops @ DZ Becca BSA Jump BSA Ops BSA Deploys AOM Priority of Support PHASE I: ALERT Marshall Deploy Priority of Supply: III(B), IX, I, V, IV Priority of Maintenance: M1A1SEPV2, M2A3/M3A3, M109A6, Engineer, Support MEDEVAC: Use ROLE II at Diaromondo PHASE II: Battalion Force on Force Priority of Supply: IX, III(B), I, IV, V Priority of Maintenance: M1A1SEPV2, M2A3/M3A3, M109A6, Engineer, Support MEDEVAC: Evac to ROLE I (Forward Aid Station) ROLE II located with BSA Support Plan: FLE Jumps to DZ BECCA prior to BSA R-Hour Sequence BSA jumps to the FLE LRPs established Throughput for 1-68 1-66 3ABCT 1SBCT 3 ABCT 3 ABCT 3ABCT 2IBCT FLE PHASE III: Brigade FCX Priority of Supply: IX, III(B), I, IV, V Priority of Maintenance: M109A6, Engineer, M1A1SEPV2, M2A3/M3A3, Support MEDEVAC: POI through AXP to ROLE II located in BSA Support Plan: FLE Jumps to DZ PLATEAU prior to BSA R-Hour Sequence BSA jumps to the FLE LRPs established Throughput for Range 155 PHASE IV: BCT Redeployment Priority of Supply: IX, III(B), V, IV, I Priority of Maintenance: M1A1SEPV2, M2A3/M3A3, M109A6, Engineer, Support MEDEVAC: Use ROLE II at Diaromondo
  30. 30. UNCLASSIFIED//FOUO UNCLASSIFIED//FOUO COA 2: PUEBLO’S FLE STATEMENT x x x = = TAC x x JULY 2016 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 64th BSB Alert BSA Deploys BSA STX (DZ Plateau) BSA Jump BSA Ops @ DZ Becca BSA Jump BSA Ops BSA Deploys AOM 1-66 3ABCT 1SBCT 3 ABCT 3 ABCT 3ABCT 2IBCT FLE Mission: 64th BSB provides continuous sustainment support ISO Operation Iron Strike from 05-22July16 IVO FCCO IOT train on decisive action operations and enable company certifications. Intent: The purpose of this operation is to certify companies prior to NTC Rotation 16-09 on collective tasks while conducting BSA operations. Validate FLE’s composition and ability to provide responsive and continuous support during decisive actions. Continue to certify leaders and their ability to execute tactical logistics. Key Task: 1. Exercise core competencies 2. Validate companies 3. Validate Battalion TACSOP 4. Increase ability to displace the BSA End State: Friendly: BSB is able to provide expeditionary support and displace BSA during DA Ops Enemy: Deter enemy’s ability to gather information on the BSA Terrain: BSB maintains freedom of maneuver on LOCs Civil: BSB does not impede on flow of traffic along FCCO MSRs Decisive Operation: BSA jump from DZ Plateau to DZ Becca Shaping Operations: BSA is established IVO DZ Plateau. Main supply Route 6/11 is the primary route to sustain combat power during the operation. To shorten resupply timelines, a FLE will be established permanently IVO DZ Pueblo to provide unit distribution resupply to the maneuver units throughout the AO during decisive operations. Sustainment Operations: 64 BSB will use LRPs and supply point distribution in order to support 3ABCT with CL I, CL II, CL III, CL IV, CL V, CL VII, CL VIII, and CL IX. Assumed Risk: Positioning logistics assets forward with limited personnel and defensive capabilities. We will mitigate by ensuring the FLE maintains its own security elements and be resupplied by local battle space owner as maneuver units conduct passage of lines.
  31. 31. UNCLASSIFIED//FOUO UNCLASSIFIED//FOUO COA 2: PUEBLO’S FLE x x x = = TAC x x JULY 2016 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 64th BSB Alert BSA Deploys BSA STX (DZ Plateau) BSA Jump BSA Ops @ DZ Becca BSA Jump BSA Ops BSA Deploys AOM 1-66 3ABCT 1SBCT 3 ABCT 3 ABCT 3ABCT 2IBCT FLE Priority of Support PHASE I: ALERT Marshall Deploy Priority of Supply: III(B), IX, I, V, IV Priority of Maintenance: M1A1SEPV2, M2A3/M3A3, M109A6, Engineer, Support MEDEVAC: Use ROLE II at Diaromondo PHASE II: Battalion Force on Force Priority of Supply: IX, III(B), I, IV, V Priority of Maintenance: M1A1SEPV2, M2A3/M3A3, M109A6, Engineer, Support MEDEVAC: Evac to ROLE I (Forward Aid Station) ROLE II located with BSA Support Plan: FLE is positioned permanently at DZ PUEBLO BSA jumps to DZ BECCA LRPs established Throughput for 1-68 PHASE III: Brigade FCX Priority of Supply: IX, III(B), I, IV, V Priority of Maintenance: M109A6, Engineer, M1A1SEPV2, M2A3/M3A3, Support MEDEVAC: POI through AXP to ROLE II located in BSA Support Plan: FLE stays at DZ PUEBLO BSA jumps to DZ PLATAEU LRPs established Throughput for Range 155 PHASE IV: BCT Redeployment Priority of Supply: IX, III(B), V, IV, I Priority of Maintenance: M1A1SEPV2, M2A3/M3A3, M109A6, Engineer, Support MEDEVAC: Use ROLE II at Diaromondo
  32. 32. UNCLASSIFIED//FOUO UNCLASSIFIED//FOUO Commodity/ Capability Permanent FLE – Pueblo FLE FLE at next BSA site – Becca FLE FLE ISO Offense FLE ISO Defense FLE ISO Stability CL (MRE) 3 DOS for forward units 1 DOS for forward units 1 DOS for forward units 3 DOS for forward units 1 DOS for forward units CL I (UGR-A) 3 DOS for forward units None None 3 DOS for forward units 3 DOS for forward units CL I (FFV) 3 DOS for forward units None None 3 DOS for forward units 3 DOS for forward units CL I (H2O) 50% of A/64 HIPPOs 25% of A/64 HIPPOs 50% of A/64 HIPPOs 25% of A/64 HIPPOs 50% of A/64 HIPPOs CL II Based on unit requirement None Based on unit requirement Based on unit requirement Based on unit requirement CL III (B) 50% of A/64 Fuel assets 25% of A/64 Fuel assets 50% of A/64 Fuel assets 25% of A/64 Fuel assets 25% of A/64 Fuel assets CL III (P) Based on unit requirement None Based on unit requirement Based on unit requirement Based on unit requirement CL IV Throughput of all CCL from SB None (throughput from SB) None (throughput from SB) Throughput of all CCL from SB Throughput of all CCL from SB CL V Top 10 DODICS 1. M109A6 2. M1 3. M2/3 4. Small Arms None Top 10 DODICS 1. M109A6 2. M1 3. M2/3 4. Small Arms Top 10 DODICS 1. M1 2. M2/3 3. M109A6 4. Small Arms Top 10 DODICS 1. Small Arms 2. M109A6 3. M2/3 4. M1 CL VIII 1 push pack 1 push pack 2 push packs 1 push pack 1 push pack CL IX Based on unit requirement None Based on unit requirement Based on unit requirement Based on unit requirement Medical One Evac platform at the FLE Split Role II Split ROLE II. M113 pushed forward to FAS/BAS ROLE II at the BSA. One Evac platform at the FLE Role II at the BSA. M113 pushed forward to FAS/BAS LIS/Comms JCR, VSAT, CAISI JCR, VSAT, CAISI JCR, VSAT, CAISI JCR, VSAT, CAISI JCR, VSAT, CAISI Trans Assets None None HETs from SB for recovery None None Maintenance 25% of B/64 M88 and Contact Trucks. UMCP 25% of B/64 M88 and Contact Trucks 50% of B/64 M88, 50% of DSETS and 25% Contact Trucks. UMCP 25% of B/64 M88 and Contact Trucks 25% of B/64 M88 and Contact Trucks FLE Composition Comparison
  33. 33. UNCLASSIFIED//FOUO UNCLASSIFIED//FOUO LOG IPB x x x = = TAC x x JULY 2016 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 64th BSB Alert BSA Deploys BSA STX (DZ Plateau) BSA Jump BSA Ops @ DZ Becca BSA Jump BSA Ops BSA Deploys AOM 1-66 3ABCT 1SBCT 3 ABCT 3 ABCT 3ABCT 2IBCT FLE Time Distance Analysis: DZ Plateau to Range 155 via Route 1: 19.26 mi at 35mph = 33 minutes DZ Plateau to DZ Pueblo via Route 6/11: 11.5 mi at 25 mph = 27 minutes DZ Pueblo to DZ Becca via Route 11: 6.36 mi at 25 mph = 15 minutes LRP Locations TBD
  34. 34. UNCLASSIFIED//FOUO UNCLASSIFIED//FOUO LRP and FLE Locations x x x = = x 1-66 3ABCT 1SBCT 3 ABCT x3ABCT 2IBCT TAC 3 ABCT FLE FLE LRP 1: TA 20 LRP 2: TA 55 COA 1: FLE 1- DZ BECCA COA 1: FLE 2- DZ PLATEAU COA 2: FLE 1- DZ PUEBLO COA 2: FLE 2- Range 155 x x x = = x 1-66 3ABCT 1SBCT 3 ABCT FLE x3ABCT 2IBCT TAC 3 ABCT FLE JULY 2016 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 BDE Alert TRM FoF RESET FCX TRM BSB/BSA Alert BSA Deploys BSA STX (DZ Plateau/ TA16) BSA Jump BSA Ops (DZ Becca/ TA54) BSA Jump BSA Ops DZ Plateau/ TA16) BSA Deploys AOM FLE COA 1 FLE Jump FLE Ops FLE Jump FLE Ops FLE COA 2 Alert FLE Deploys FLE Ops (DZ Pueblo/ TA 31) FLE Jump FLE Ops (Range 155) FLE Deploys COA 1 COA 2
  35. 35. UNCLASSIFIED//FOUO UNCLASSIFIED//FOUO MOUNTAINEERS “LIFEBLOOD!” Course Of Action Comparison: Operation Iron Strike
  36. 36. UNCLASSIFIED//FOUO UNCLASSIFIED//FOUO Evaluation Criteria Principles Weight COA 1 – BECCA COA 1 Weighted COA 2 - PUEBLO COA 2 Weighted Integration 3 1 3 2 6 Anticipation 3 1 3 2 6 Responsiveness 2 1 2 2 4 Simplicity 1 2 2 1 1 Economy 2 2 4 1 2 Survivability 2 2 4 1 2 Continuity 3 1 3 2 6 Improvisation 1 1 1 2 2 Totals: 11 22 13 29 Acceptable Yes Yes Distinguishable Yes Yes Suitable Yes Yes Feasibility Yes Yes Completeness No Yes
  37. 37. UNCLASSIFIED//FOUO UNCLASSIFIED//FOUO Recommendation COA 2: - Enables BSB to rehearse FLE operations that will be critical for support during NTC Rotation 16-09 - Validates ability to conduct Split Operations by testing mission command systems - Validates FLE composition and generates accurate estimates for future operations - Allows commander to maintain operational momentum throughout DA ops - Simultaneously train on all three distribution methods
  38. 38. UNCLASSIFIED//FOUO UNCLASSIFIED//FOUO MOUNTAINEER 6 GUIDANCE

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