MPAT_TE_24_FPC_Brief

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MPAT TEMPEST EXPRESS 24
(TE-24)
Final Planning Workshop
7 January 2014
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MPAT TE-24 FPC Agenda
• MPAT Overview (if needed)
•TE-24 FPC Overview
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Overall Goals (End State)
Objectives
Exercise Format
TE-24 Proposed Schedule
TE-24 Daily Tasks
Planning Considerations
TE-24 Suggested Participants
TE-24 Participating Nations
USPACOM / Sri Lankan Responsibilities
TE-24 USA Contact Information
•Discussion and Planning
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TE-24 Overall Goals and End State
• Improved Government of Sri Lanka capability to respond to
CBRN-TIM disaster(s) requiring international assistance
• Improved Sri Lanka military capabilities and greater
exposure to multinational military planning
• Development of DRAFT Sri Lanka CBRN-TIM Plans in
conjunction with local civil organizations and international
responders
– Military-Police-Fire-Civil Defense
• Further testing and refinement of relevant portions of the
MNF SOP
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TE-24 Objectives
• Support Sri Lankan Military efforts to develop and
refine existing plans to support a CBNRE-TIM disaster
• Improve civil-military, inter-ministry & inter-agency
planning and coordination in supporting / cooperating
with Sri Lankan military in a CBRNE-TIM operation
• Coordinate international military support to an affected
state in response to a CBRNE-TIM disaster
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TE-24 Exercise Format
• Operational-level multinational planning activities
• Chemical-Biological-Radiological-Nuclear-Toxic Industrial Materials (CBRNTIM) Disaster Scenario(s)
• Academics (1-Day – 2 Days) followed by small-group planning (4 ½ Days)
• Small Group Planners
– Group 1 – Develop CBRNE portions of the LKA national disaster plans
– Group 2 – Plan a response to a fictional large-scale local CBRNE disaster that
occurs in or around the Port of Galle
– Group 3 – Plan for a large-scale local CBRNE disaster in preparation for a
CBRNE situation in or around Port of Colombo
– Group 4 – Plan a Sri Lanka PKO BN (Army-heavy group) CBRNE-TIM response
while assigned to MINUSTAH UN Mission in Haiti
• Military, civilian and UN SMEs in each group
• Plenary session on last day where planners brief results to senior officials
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Proposed TE-24 Schedule
April 2014
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TUES
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Holiday Routine
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2
Open Ceremony
Academics
Registration
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WED
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Staff Planning / Briefing Development
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THURS
3
FRI
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Staff Planning / Development
SAT
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Breakout Groups Activities/
Cultural Event
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Out Briefs
Closing Ceremony
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Event Daily Start / Stop Times: 0830 and 1700
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TE-24 Daily Tasks
Daily Tasks
31 March (Monday) Final Registration and Recovery
1 April (Tuesday)
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Welcome and Opening Ceremony
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Academics and Discussion
2 April (Wednesday)
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Academics and Discussion (Continued)
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Mission Analysis
3 April (Thursday)
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Mission Analysis/COA Development
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Initiating/Scoping (planning process)
4 April (Friday)
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Mission Analysis/COA Development
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COA Development/COA Analysis and Gaming
5 April (Saturday [1/2 day planning])
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COA Development/COA Analysis and Gaming
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COA Comparison
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Cultural Event (TBD)
6 April (Sunday)
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Training holiday (Control Group preparation)
7 April (Monday)
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COA Development
8 April (Tuesday)
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Plans/COA briefs to Commander: Rehearsal and Final Review
9 April (Wednesday)
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Back briefs (Plans/COA Brief)
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Closing Ceremony
Note: General Schedule will be refined , finalized and subject to change.
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TE-24 Planning Considerations
• Venue: Galadari Hotel
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Site inspections complete
(1) Plenary, (4) syndicate rooms, (2) secretariat rooms
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Military: 20-40 mix of participants / observers (LCDR-CAPT)
Civilians: Based on Sri Lanka recommendation
Humanitarians: UN OCHA, Sri Lanka Red Cross (Colombo Based)
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Scenario must be “large enough to garner international response”
Scenario location information dependent on Sri Lanka planners
Existing Plans, paper / digital maps from host nation
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Sri Lanka Military Overview
Sri Lankan CBRNE-TIM Overview (TBD)
Overview of existing plans (TBD)
• Sri Lanka participation / observers
• Multinational military and civilian participation
• Scenario Development:
• Sri Lanka SMEs and invitations (TBD)
• Academics and Briefs (Sri Lanka contributions)
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TE-24 Planning Considerations
• Group Breakout
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Four Groups
• Mixed nations
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Mixed service
Mixed skills
Military and civilian
Approximately 20 planners per group
• Opening / Closing Ceremonies
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VIPs
Group Photo
30 Minutes in length
Icebreaker / Social
Cultural Event (optional)
Uniforms
Event Registration
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TE-24 Suggested Participants
• Sri Lanka Armed Forces Staff
– TE Event Planners
– Sri Lanka Military as Lead Nation in scenarios
– Sri Lanka Observers (TBD)
• Sri Lanka Governmental Offices
– Defence Ministry
– Foreign Ministry
– Coast Guard
– Police
– Fire
– Medical
– Civil Defence
• USA MPAT Event Staff
• Invited MPAT Nations (next slide)
• Local / International CBRN-TIM Organizations (TBD)
• Local / International Humanitarians
• Others
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TE-24 Participating Nations
Australia (2-4)
Cambodia (2)
Germany (2)
Malaysia (3)
Nepal (2)
Singapore (2)
USA (10)
Bangladesh (2)
Canada (4)
Japan (2)
Maldives (2)
New Zealand (2)
Sri Lanka (Host)
Vietnam (2)
Brunei (2)
France (2)
Korea (2)
Mongolia (2)
Philippines (2)
Thailand (2)
(20 Participating Nations, Estimated total participants 80-110)
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USA / Sri Lanka Responsibilities
• USA
– Event planning: development of scenario, design, supporting materials, website,
computer equipment and networks
– Invitations: to foreign militaries, UN agencies and other organizations
– Funding: for commercial venue; certain countries’ participation and external
humanitarian organization participants
– Support Sri Lanka in planning, organizing opening and closing ceremonies
• Sri Lanka Armed Forces
– Event planning: development of scenario, supporting materials
– Sri Lanka-specific briefings
– Plan and organize opening, closing ceremonies
– Invitations: Local UN agencies and other organizations
– Airport reception for incoming personnel
– Force protection
– Support event planning as required
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USA Contact Information
USPACOM / J716 MPAT
–Mr. Pete DeFelice: [email protected]
– MPAT
Team Lead
–Mr. Bernie Carey: [email protected]
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+1.808.477.7645
Event Lead Planner
–Mr. Bob Holub: [email protected]
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+1.808.477.8283
+1.808.477.7631
Admin and Logistics
–Mr. Allan Tagayuna: [email protected]
– +1.808.472.7746
– TE-24
IT Lead
US Embassy Team - Colombo
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TE-24
Questions?/Break?
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MPAT TE-24 FPC
Discussion/Planning
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MPAT TE-24 Discussion Items
 Discussion and Planning
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Opening / Closing ceremonies and media
Participants and Invitations
Graphics and Maps
References
Daily Schedule
Events Deliverables
USPACOM and Sri Lankan Due Outs/Responsibilities
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TE-24 Suggested Participants
• Sri Lanka Armed Forces Staff
– TE Event Planners
– Sri Lanka Military as Lead Nation in scenarios
– Sri Lanka Observers (TBD)
• Sri Lanka Governmental Offices
– Defence Ministry
– Foreign Ministry
– Coast Guard
– Police
– Fire
– Medical
– Civil Defence
– Meteorology
• USA MPAT Event Staff
• Invited MPAT Nations (next slide)
• Local / International CBRN-TIM Organizations (TBD)
• Local / International Humanitarians
• Others
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Graphics and Maps
• Maps
– Maps of Sri Lanka and the region
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Port of Galle and vicinity
Colombo Harbor area and vicinity
– Other requirements (?)
• Graphics
– Organization charts (?)
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Civil ministries
Armed Forces
Relief agencies (?)
– Other requirements (?)
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References
• ALL references will be on the work stations, and in the final CD
• LIMITED numbers of hard copies of some references will be available (for
example, the MNF SOP, which is over 1,000 pages long will be on the
workstations; certain annexes will be in hard copy)
• What references do we need:
– Sri Lankan Orders on CBRNE-TIM Disaster
– National Plan for Disaster Management
– Multinational Force Standing Operating Procedures
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Part D Chapter 1, Annex C Humanitarian Assistance / Disaster Relief
Part C, Chapter 9, Annex D, CBRNE-TIM Defense
– U.S. Department of Transportation, 2012 Emergency Response Guide
– National Response Plan (NRP)
– Others (?)
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Event Deliverables
1. Develop or refine current Sri Lanka CBRN-TIM Plans in conjunction with
local civil organizations and international responders
• Military-Coast Guard-Police-Fire-Civil Defense
2. Develop courses of action (COA) that will support specific CBRNE-TIM
operations
• Determine shortfalls in resources, training and other requirements for the improve the Government of
Sri Lanka’s capability to respond to CBRN-TIM disaster(s) requiring international assistance
• Provide COA brief
3. Improved Sri Lanka military capabilities and greater exposure to
multinational military planning
4. Suggest changes to improve the relevant portions of the MNF SOP
Deliverables will further depend on issues developed during Planning and Products
Development phase
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Due Outs
• USPACOM / J716 MPAT
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Finalize event design: Scenario and any templates
Briefs as we agreed upon
Finalization of hotel set up
Invitations to MNF (Done), international humanitarians
Provision of references and any read aheads
Support opening/closing ceremonies details and names of vips
Updated list of participants (weekly to POC)
Participant transportation to/from airport hotel
Certificates, name tags and blanks for media
Photo reproduction
Contact list
• Sri Lankan Military (OCDS)
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Feedback on event design, scenario
Sri Lanka government/military participant list
Participant transportation to/from airport hotel
Provide airport assistance (immigration, customs)
Provide Photographer
Culture event (tour, program if desired)
Coordinate FP with local law enforcement
Invitations to Sri Lankan ministries and NGOs and list of invitees (if appropriate)
Provide medical emergency information/instructions
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Questions?
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