USPACOM DJTFAC OVERVIEW BRIEF

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USPACOM Deployable Joint Task Force
Augmentation Cell (DJTFAC) (U)
Col Kelly Lawson
Deputy Division Chief, Crisis Action Planning
USPACOM Future Operations (J35)
6 Nov 2012
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SITUATION (U)
Operational Competence
Problem: USPACOM missions and operational design depend on the
ability to activate Joint Task Forces (JTFs) that can reach operational
mission capability rapidly; current policy of ad hoc JTFs does not
meet mission need; SJFHQ gone.
Minimum
Competence
Goal: Move the curve up
and to the left
Time
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FACTS (U)
• (U) All COCOMs are mandated by CJCS to maintain a JTF
Readiness Program
• (U) Early-1990s: USPACOM activated the Deployable Joint Task
Force Augmentation Cell (DJTFAC)
• (U) Early 2003: Standing Joint Force Headquarters (SJFHQ)
activated & DJTFAC deactivated, USPACOM J35 activated
• (U) 1 Oct 2011: SJFHQ disestablished
• (U) 1 Oct 2011: USTRANSCOM Joint Enabling Capabilities
Command (JECC) Global SJFHQ activated
• (U) 8 Dec 11: CDRUSPACOM reactivated the DJTFAC
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DJTFAC MISSION (U)
MISSION STATEMENT
(U) Deployable Joint Task Force Augmentation Cell provides
USPACOM a rapidly deployable, cross-functional staff element
capable of temporarily assisting JTF HQs, when activated, initiate
crisis action planning and critical battle staff processes in order to
accelerate the operational capability of designated priority JTFs.
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CDRUSPACOM INTENT (U)
• (U) Purpose: Accelerate JTF operational competence at the start of
a crisis
• (U) Method:
– Establish an O6-led core assigned to PACOM J3
– Designate matrixed team of functional SMEs from PACOM HQ
– Upon USPACOM OPT activation, J352 + DJTFAC participate
– Upon JTF activation, DJTFAC Core and selected matrixed SMEs
deploy to the forming JTF for temporary assistance
– Upon agreement of CJTF and CDRUSPACOM, redeploy DJTFAC
– Prior to activation, DJTFAC Core facilitates a higher state of
readiness for designated JTFs
• (U) Endstate: USPACOM has a rapidly deployable means to
accelerate the operational competence of designated JTFs, both
during crisis activation and pre-crisis
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USPACOM Crisis Planning Team (U)
• (U) Crisis Planning Team is Led by O6
– Reports to Future Ops Division (J35)
– J352 - Crisis Response Planning Branch
• 2 US planners + 1 vacant
• 1 Canadian LNO
– J359 – DJTFAC
• 5 core personnel (including OIC and NCOIC)
• ~20 matrixed Subject Matter Experts
• (U) Upon Crisis, Operational Planning Team forms with both
branches
• (U) If JTF activated, DJTFAC can deploy if necessary
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STRATEGIC C2 STRUCTURE (U)
CDRUSPACOM
J3
J359 DJTFAC
J35
J35 Dep CAP
J352 Crisis Response
Planning Branch
Air/Space Planner
O4/5
Army Planner
O4/5
Naval Planner
O4/5
Marine Planner
O4/5
Ground Planner
O4/5 (vacant)
Naval Planner
O4/5 (vacant)
NCOIC
E57/8
Canadian LNO
O5
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STRATEGIC C2 STRUCTURE (U)
DJTFAC MATRIX
Cdr
USPACOM
J1
Personnel
SME
J3
J2
Intel
SME
J4
Engineer
SME
J6
J5
Comm
SME
Pol-Mil
SME
Log Planner
China
SME
South Asia /
Oceania SME
South Asia
SME
South East
Asia SME
South East
Asia SME
North East
Asia SME
North East
Asia SME
CMO
SME
J8
J9
J01 PA
J06
SJA
J07
Surgeon
Assessments
SME
IA Liaison
SME
PA
SME
Legal
SME
Medical
SME
KM
SME
Matrixed = ~20
Collections
SME
J2X
SME
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Way ahead (U)
• Readiness to be reported to J02 monthly, and in DRRS
• Core:
– (U) Build capability / credibility during joint / combined exercises
– (U) Coordinate with stakeholders (e.g. potential JTFs, JECC, J7, COE,
etc) to establish complementary capabilities / processes
– (U) Build standardized SOP (Crisis Action Planning templates,
Deployment checklists, efficient/effective training program, etc)
• Matrixed:
– (U) Deployment: Complete deployment training / requirements
– (U) Employment: Be ready to deploy/employ on short notice
• Complete online prerequisite training
• Participate in monthly DJTFAC training
• Participate 2 deployed exercises per year
• Option to build pool of matrixed vs single points of failure
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As of 29 Oct 2012
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DJTFAC Tentative Trips & Exercise Calendar – FY12/13
Sep
Oct
JECC
Meet/Greet
( Norfolk, VA)
Nov
Dec
Mar
Apr
USFJ & JTF 507
Meet/Greet
( JP)
PHIBLEX
8-18 Oct
7th FLT &
USFJ
TBD Dec
I Corps
Meet/Greet
( McChord, WA)
I CORPS
TEMPEST EXPRESS
(Bangladesh)
MPAT
BGD (T)
TBD Apr
29 Jan-6 Feb
Sep
TS
PACFLT
JTF 507
16-26 Jul
ASEAN
(Brunei)
ASEAN
8-18 Jun
TBD Mar
JEM 13
MFP
Aug
Talisman Saber 13
( USS Blue Ridge, TBD)
PACOM
14-22 May
Joint Exercise Malaysia 13
( Kuala Lumpur, MY)
USPACOM
Meet/Greet
( Local Area)
BALIKATAN 13
(Manila, PI)
PACOM ORIENTATION
Sep-Nov
MFP
= JECC participation
Jul
TF 13
26 Jan-6 Feb
III MEF STAFFEX
(Palawan, PI)
May Jun
Terminal Fury 13
(TBD)
TS PT 1
PACFLT
JTF 507
III MEF
4-7 Oct
Okinawa
JECC
Feb
Talisman Saber 13
STAFFEX
(Yokosuka, JP
JTF 505
Meet/Greet
( Camp Courtney, JP)
19-20 Sep
Norfolk
Jan
MNFSOP 17
(India)
MNF
SOP 17
IND
TBD Jun
TEMPEST EXPRESS
(Wellington, NZ)
MPAT
NZL
TBD Aug
BK
5-17 Apr
= DJTFAC Outreach
= PACOM JEP
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= OCA
Level 1
= Other exercise
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Questions (U)
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