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Title: First Army Overview Brief


1
First Army
MG Thomas D. Robinson DCG, USAR, First Army
2
PURPOSE
  • To Review With You
  • First ArmyWhere We Are and Where We Are Headed
  • Pre and Post Mobilization Training / Lessons
    Learned
  • Commanders Training Tool

3
FIRST ARMYS MISSION
  • Support Reserve Component (RC) pre-mobilization
    training
  • Perform 180-Day pre-mobilization joint readiness
    assessments
  • Conduct post-mobilization operations in CONUS
    (plus Puerto Rico and the US Virgin Islands)

to provide trained and ready forces to the
Geographic Combatant Commanders (GCC) for the
full spectrum of operations in accordance with
the Army Force Generation (ARFORGEN) process
4
FIRST ARMYS AREA OF RESPONSIBILITY
NG and AR Units
5
COMMAND/SUPPORT RELATIONSHIPS

FORSCOM
IMCOM
First Army
75th BCTD
DIV East
DIV West
West MTCs
SRAAGs West
BDEs
SRAAGs East
X 30
x 21
JST DEFs
MOB RC DEFs
10 x BDE
Assigned or Command
Coordination
OPCON
DS
6
FIRST ARMY FOOTPRINT
Div West Ft. Carson
Ft Lewis
Ft McCoy
Ft Dix
Div East Ft. Meade
Cp Atterbury
XX
Ft Bragg
Ft Sill
Cp Shelby
Ft Stewart
  • 2 Div HQs
  • 16 Bdes
  • 103 Bns
  • 10 Active Mob Stations

First Army HQs Ft Gillem
7
MOBILIZATION TRAINING CENTERS
MFO, GTMO COE and JSTO

Lewis
JSTO
MP, PTT COE CP CROPPER
McCoy
KFOR, TC, ILO TC
Dix
Atterbury
OEF, ANA CA/PSYOPS COE
DET Ops COE for CP BUCCA and JSTO
AVN COE for FY 08 and JSTO
Bragg
SECFOR COE, JSTO
Sill
Stewart
CRC / Benning
Hood
Bliss
Shelby
BCT Capable MTC COEs as labeled
JSTO, Medical
8
ACTIVE FOB LOCATIONS
As of 07 DEC 07
FT Lewis FOB Eagle FOB Needham
FT McCoy FOB Liberty FOB Freedom
CP Atterbury FOB Warrior FOB Nighthawk FOB
Bayonet
FT Dix FOB Victory
FT Sill FOB Mow Way
FT Bragg FOB Patriot
FT Bliss FOB McGregor FOB Westbrook

CP Shelby FOB Hurricane FOB Arrowhead FOB Blue
Diamond
FT Stewart FOB Marez (CP Oliver) LSA Annaconda
(NGTC)
FT Hood FOB NFH
Active FOBs 18 FOB Installations 10 AC
Installations NG Installations USAR
Installations
9
FIRST ARMY MOBILIZATION
Since 09/11/01 Mobilized 21,523 UICs 482,148
Soldiers
Today Train 3 of 10 Warriors in Theater
At Peak Trained 6 of 10 Warriors in Theater
FY08 Workload 62,165 Soldiers
Plus 8 BCTs!!
Trained a total of 25,900 Airmen and Sailors
Will Train 9 - 11K This Year
As of 5 Dec 07
10
FY08-09 BCT MOB LOAD LAYDOWN

JAN 08
FEB 08
MAR 08
APR 08
OCT 08
JUN 08
JUL 08
AUG 08
SEP 08
MAY 08
NOV 08
DEC 08
JAN 09
FEB 09
MAR 09
APR 09
DEC 07
50K
32 BCT
45 BCT
50 BCT
BLISS
155 BCT
81 BCT
76 BCT
STEWART
40K
56 BCT/TX
39 BCT

34200
SHELBY
29 BCT/45 FiBDE
41 BCT
37 BCT
30K
HOOD
Planned
Estimated Load/MTCs (FY08) Load (FY09)
27 BCT
27026
27863
48 BCT
BRAGG
33 BCT
25397
24650
24113
22500
22500
22102

20K
34 CAB
28 CAB/38 CAB
16400
12200
SILL

13500
16400
10350
16000
30 BCT (FS)
104 CAV
92 BCT GTMO
14000
LEWIS
LEWIS
WARRIOR FORGE?
92 BCT MFO

111 BDE
56 SBCT (FS)
10K
LEWIS
10000
LEWIS
LEWIS
7005
7015
110 BDE
40 ID/40 BCT
4000
3000
ATTERBURY
ATTERBURY
Based on templated post-mobilization timelines
for FY09 units
LEGEND
FY 08
FY 09
Database reflected numbers for
MOB/DEMOB/Awaiting orders
Estimated numbers based on Known Requirements
Other Missions (GTMO, MFO, HOA, ROTC)
FY 09.2
8
11
THEATER IMMERSION
TRAIN LIKE YOURE GONNA FIGHT
  • COE Immersion
  • COIN Environment
  • STX Collective Trng
  • Urban Operations
  • Scenarios (IEDs, UXOs COB
  • Arab Speakers, interpreters)
  • Replicate SWA towns, cities,
  • distances, and culture
  • M-RSOI
  • Leaders in Early
  • Bde/Bn TOC C2 Main
  • Body
  • Maintenance Trng
  • ULLS Gunnery
  • Soldier Immersion
  • PCC / PCIs
  • Uniform
  • Soldier Hydration
  • Weapons/Vehicle Maint
  • Security
  • Msn Essential Equip
  • TLPs/Rehearsals
  • Rehearse
  • Actions on Contact
  • Actions on IED Strike
  • Daily Operations
  • Guard Duty
  • Combat Patrols
  • CLS
  • CASEVAC
  • FOB Immersion
  • Replicate COE
  • Tactical Movement
  • Establish Security
  • SOP Standardization
  • Confidence
  • Abilities
  • Training
  • Equipment
  • Info Immersion
  • CCIR
  • Daily SITREP Reports
  • Battle Tracking
  • Daily AOR INSUM
  • SIPRNET
  • SMART BOOKS
  • PDSS
  • Integrate Lessons Learned

12
MAINTAINING THE TRAINING PULSE (OPERATION FORWARD
PRESENCE)
Udari Tng Range Operation Direct Support 1A OC/Ts
serve as lanes instructors(8)
Udari Tng Range Operation Master Gunner
(G-7) C-IED Training 8-10 1A OC/Ts students per
tng session
Operation Warrior Trainer

TF Troy (C-IED) Operation Trojan Horse 1A CoS
(1) 1A LNO (1) 1A Augmentees(6)
COIN CFE Operation Focused COIN Counterinsurgency
Training Taji (1st Cav AOR) 1A LNO(1) 1A
Instructor(1) 2 1A tng seats per class
CFLCC 1A LNOs Arifjan(2) Udairi (3)
Taji
TF Iron Claw Academy (R2C2) Operation Assured
Mobility 1 LNO (10) 1A students per class
CJTF- 82 1A LNO (1) Bagram
Camp victory
Camp Cropper
TF-134 Detainee Ops Operation Inside the Wire 1A
LNO (1) 1A Augmentees(6)
TF-Paladin Operation Paladin Shadow C-IED
Training/ 1A LNO (1) 8-10 1A OC/T students per
class
13th SC 1A LNO (1)
13
Pre and Post Mob Training (PPMT)
14
PARADIGM SHIFT ISO 12 MONTH MOB

Man, Equip , Trng Pre Post Mob Trng (PPMT)
ARFORGEN
  • 12-Month mobilization achievable, but
  • BOG will differ between unit
  • Man, Train, Equipment units in pre-mob
  • ( training Sets, Unit Stabilization, Unit
    Readiness)
  • Distributed training locations will be the norm
  • Increases cost, equipment, and resources
  • Increases pre post-mobilization unit OPTEMPO
  • Increases number of required trainers
  • Integrates ARFORGEN construct

15
BOG FORMULA SECFOR BN
Y
Time Required To Train
365
OBJ
BOG 365 Days
Y f (x)
Variables
240
  • Train for What?
  • Equip for What?
  • Man for What
  • Resources

Time (Days)
120
100
90
60
MS
Mission Tasks
Current Post-Mob Tasks
30
X
164
60
180
30
Tasks
Note Tasks include only FORSCOM training
requirements
16
BOG FORMULA SECFOR BN
Y
Time Required To Train
365
OBJ
Y f (x)
Variables
  • Leader Buy Ins
  • Mob for Training
  • Trng Documentation (CTT)
  • Validation Process
  • Pre-Mob Tasks

240
Available BOG 320 Days
  • Train for What?
  • Equip for What?
  • Man for What
  • Resources

Time (Days)
120
100
90
60
45
Post-Mob Tasks
Mission Tasks
30
MS
44
X
120
180
60
30
164
Pre-Mob Model
Pre-Mob Tasks
Pre Mob
Tasks
Cdrs Training Tool
Note Tasks include only FORSCOM training
requirements
17
FUTURE POST-MOB TRAINING MODELS
Pre-Mobilization
Post-Mobilization
RLD-P
MTC-AD
0
120
180
730
365
Post-Mob Training
DAMPS Packet
Alert Order
Sourced
Avn Bn (UH-60)
71
Pre-Mob Requirements to achieve objective
models Manned and equipped SRP, fully medically
ready individual leader training, IWQ, AWT,
CSWQ, CLS, Dvrs Tng, DMOSQ, schools RFI, NET
equipment fieldings,
Joint Assessment
BCT (SECFOR)
62
Example Training Modules
  • Current Post Mob 90-100 days
  • Revised Post Mob 45 days
  • New BOG 320 days

CSH
30
18
ASSISTANCE REQUESTED TO SUPPORT PPMT(RESULTS OF
19-20 JAN 07 FORSCOM/NGB/USARC/FIRST ARMY PPMT
GOSC)
  • Man
  • System to Link Unit Request Form (URF)/ Unit
    Mission w/ Theater Structure
  • School Quota Priority
  • Assured Med Readiness
  • FEDS_ HEAL Funding
  • Assess Fix
  • Stabilization Policy
  • Phased Leader Mob
  • Dwell Breaker Incentive Policy
  • Equip
  • Adjust Fielding Plans-DEF
  • Pre Mob Rapid Fielding Initiative (RFI) Issue
  • Pre Mob Equip Sets
  • Post Mob Equip Sets
  • Pre Mob New Equipment Training (NET)
  • Early Issue of Army Battle Command System (ABCS)
  • Issue of Log Systems
  • STAMIS, ULLS
  • Trng Accounts
  • MTOE IT Shortages/SIPR Connectivity
  • Train
  • Units Alerted - Yr Out
  • Full Time Support
  • Expand Mob for Trng (MFT) Policy
  • Increase Title XI - 2071
  • Training Documentation
  • Supplemental Funds (Trng Days, Equipment, etc)

Working with FORSCOM to Integrate into CSA Init 4
  • Briefed CSA
  • SECARMY
  • (HQDA PLANORD)
  • Working as Separate Action

19
365 DAY MOB POLICY PPMT CONCEPT
  • SECDEF 19 Jan 07 MEMO limits post-mob training
    and BOG to 12-months
  • Prior policy 365 day BOG

Post-Mob
Pre-Mob
  • Impact
  • Soldiers/units must still deploy at same training
    levels
  • Training actions previously conducted post-mob
    at MTC must be conducted pre-mob
  • RC units must be conduct training and perform
    actions to set conditions to enable post-mob
    training

DeMob
RLD-P
MTC-AD
Lv
12-Month BOG
90-120 Days
Mob Order
Alert Order
SRP DMSOQ Mandatory Briefings Ind/Crew/SQD/PLT-Lev
el Tng
30-90 Days
9-11 Month BOG
Lv
- 180
- 365
RLD-P
MTC-AD
- 730
DeMob
Alert
Sourced
Joint Assessment
Pre-Mob Tng
Post-Mob Tng
400-Days Total Mob
20
PPMT CONCEPT ISO 12 MONTH MOB POLICY
Pre-Mobilization
Post-Mobilization
365 Days
REFRAD
Theater Immersion Collective Training
M-DATE
RLD-P
M-180
M-90
M2
M-120
M-365
M7
M-335
M-730
BOG
M-RSOI
Alert Order
DAMPS Packet
Sourced
Stop Loss
ICC
By Exception SRP MED/DENTAL Indv/Tm/Crew/Sqd Train
ing
- 5 Days Travel - 30 Leave
Joint Assessment
Pre-MOB Tasks/Actions
PDSS or V-PDSS LDRS RECON
Individual Soldier Qual Mission Critical Tng per
FC/CFLCC Guidance CLS Certification Drivers
training Language training Mandatory
Briefings Biometrics
SRP Med/Dental Readiness IWQ CSWQ AWT Personnel
Fills Equipment Fills Equipment T/I
RFI NET OCIE PCIE
Mission Training Model (60-90 Days) DMETL
Collective Training ARTEP Pass/EXODUS APOE/SPOE
Operations Farewell Ceremonies
Post- MOB Tasks/Actions
AURC
MURC
(SURE)
OC/T RATIO 140
OC/T RATIO 15
SQD/PLT Collective training Battle Command Staff
training
Pre-Mob Exercises
Pre-Mob Exercises
First Army Cdrs Training Tool (CTT)
ENABLER SUPPORT UMAs SRAAGs
CTT OC/Ts MTTs Leader Engagement OC/T Academy
Validation COL/06 CMD First Army LTC/05 CMD -
MTC
RC Certifies Pre-MOB Tasks/Actions
CONTINUOUS COLLABORATION
FIRST ARMY/MTC
USAR/ARNG
FAMILIES EMPLOYERS
DTG 261000NOV07
21
180-DAY JOINT READINESS TRAINING ASSESSMENT
  • Purpose To synchronize efforts between First
    Army and RC HQs/ Units IOT comply with the SECDEF
    400 day Mobilization Policy
  • End State
  • Determine Mobilization Date (MSAD) by unit
  • Determine the adjusted post-mobilization training
    timeline
  • Develop initial post-mobilization training horse
    blankets
  • Finalize Mobilization Station (MS) assignments
  • Finalize lead and supporting First Army Bdes
  • Develop detailed mobilization timeline to
    populate / adjust DAMPS
  • Determine pre and post-mobilization training set
    requirements
  • Synchronize pre-mobilization training plans

Participants RC HQs RC MSC Mob Units Div E/W
Bde MTC First Army Staff
22
OBSERVATIONS OF PPMT
  • Arriving not medically and dentally ready
  • Units arriving at MTC with basic tasks and
    requirements not complete
  • Some units conducting collective training pre-mob
    before completing required individual training
    (IWQ AWT Etc.) and SRP
  • Not achieving Contract agreed upon during
    180-day joint training readiness assessment
  • DMDs still not finalized well into
    pre-mobilization training
  • Task Organization was not set early enough to
    build teams/stabilize crews
  • Failure to identify non-deployers early required
    last-minute backfills requiring post-mob SRP
  • Missing equipment and weapon systems required
    training
  • Personnel shortages (passbacks) not arriving
    early enough to complete SRP and pre-mob training
    requirements

23
OBSERVATIONS OF PPMT
  • Alert Notification less than 365 days in advance
    of Mobilization
  • BCTs lost an average of 59 Soldiers per month
    between Alert and the implementation of Stop Loss
  • Go-to-War staff was not stabilized
  • URF must be identified early for all elements of
    the BCT to receive equipment and training
    resources
  • Pre-Mob training is geographically dispersed
  • Difficult for large units to see themselves due
    to dispersioneffects training management
  • Training resources must be divided between
    locations
  • Units must plan to conduct pre-mob training away
    from Home Station Armories/Reserve Centers
  • Rapid Fielding Initiative (RFI) Plan for
    additional RFI fielding to account for dispersed
    training locations
  • Lack of sufficient equipment (e.g., NODs M4s
    M9s, etc.) to support the formation. Forces RC
    to maneuver resources.

24
UNIT READINESS CHARTS
Provides A Quick Snap Shot Look At Each Unit
Level Organized Company And Above
Alerted Unit Readiness Chart (AURC)
Mobilized Unit Readiness Chart (MURC)
Prepared by MS Update Weekly
Prepared by RC Unit Update Monthly
Collaboration
Collaboration
Sourced Unit Readiness Evaluation (SURE)
Common Picture From All Viewpoints Available on
AKO EXAMPLE
25

412th EN/WRXLYJ/12289/OIF
ALERT
AT
MISSION Management of constructions
projects. APPROVED METL N TNG MODEL DAYS
30 MOB Order1A-07-305-010
G
MOB
MOBSAD
SRP
VTC PDSS
120 DAY ASSESS
INDIV/WARRIOR TNG PLT/CO COLL TNG
PERSONNEL
A
TRAINING/READINESS/MOB
MEDICAL
R
COMPO/STATE/FUNC CMD 3/MS/USARC THEATER
HIGHER HQ USACE MTC/SPT BDE SHELBY/177
AR BDE UMA Y DMOSQ 100 SCHOOLS 100
KEY LDRS TNG
BCST 00 00 TNG
EQUIPMENT IN-BRIEF
30 Oct 2007 180-120 DAY ASSESSMENT MTG
11-12 Sept 07 COLL TNG CSW GTCST
SQD TM IND TNG PRT IWQ
EOF IED-D
AUTH REQ 70 ASGN
70 DMD Y VACANCIES 0 SRP
(LOCATION) 5 Jan 08 SRC 6 Jan
08 RDO
(T-10/FTUS)
A
MEDPROS Report Provider Creds Low Density MOS/SSI
68W
G
N/A
N/A
G
G
G
R
A
OTHER
G
G
G
  • SECURITY CLEARANCES
  • USR CAPABILITY
  • DSARC/UVA/EOR
  • UMT

N/A
G
R
R
R
AVIATION UNIT
G
R
R
R
R
A/C MODS /Type RL PROGRESS 00/00
G
N/A
N/A
LOGISTICS
MOVEMENTS
A
A
G
  • REQ DOC(MTOE/MEEL)
  • RFI 29 Jan 08
  • ACU 29 Jan 08
  • STAMIS SYS
  • BTL CMD SYSTEMS

G
MAINTENANCE EQUIP SOURCING NET IT EQUIP ONS
REQUEST
G
TRANS FLOW UMO PDSS 7-14 Dec
LDRS RECON 7-14 Dec
MTCAD 25 JAN 08 FAREWELL
25 FEB 08 CEREMONY
A
A
A
A
G
N/A
G
G
N/A
FOUO
ISSUES
RETURN
As of 14 Dec 07
26
FULLY MEDICALLY READY
Roll Up of 412 EN CMD
Date of Report 15 JAN 08 Pax 52
Key Medical Indicators
Immunizations
Go
GO
No Go
Go
GO
No Go
Pregnancy
100
6
Tuberculin Skin Test
19.2
10
42
PAP
0
6
Hepatitis A
96.2
50
2
HIV Test
59.6
31
21
Hepatitis B
50.0
26
26
DNA Sample
98.1
51
1
Tetanus Diphtheria
86.5
45
7
G6PD Draw
94.2
49
3
Typhoid
19.2
10
42
Hearing
57.7
30
22
Anthrax
9.6
5
47
Vision
9.6
47
Smallpox
63.5
33
19
5
Dental Class 3
5
Influenza
5.8
3
49
33
63.6
Dental Class 4
14
Additional Medical Readiness Indicators
Medical Non-Deployable Profile
94.2
49
3
Prescription Medications
51.9
27
25
Limited Duty Profile
92.3
48
4
Medical Warning Tags
57.7
30
22
Periodic Health Assessment
90.4
47
3
FMR does not account for Hearing, Vision, G6PD,
PAP Exam, Theater Specific Immunizations,
Prescriptions or Medical Warning Tags
FMR Fully Medically Ready 3.9
RETURN
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ENABLING RC TRAINING
Training Support Package Counter-IED (C-IED)
CDRs Training Tool
TSP Counter-IED Preface Task Crosswalk Chapter 1
Lane Training Scenarios Chapter 2 OPFOR
Tasks/Counter Tasks Appendix A TEOs Appendix
B IED Terminology Appendix C IED General
Info Appendix D CREW Family of Electronic
Counter-measures Appendix E Cache
Hunting Appendix F C-IED Principals Appendix G
IED Reaction Drills Appendix H IED Post-patrol
Brief
  • Defines Required Training
  • Outlines Trng Resources References
  • Clarifies Tasks, Conditions Standards
  • Individual Soldier Warrior Tasks Memo
  • Completed Unit Training Memo
  • Training Tabs (Task Documentation)

Operation Warrior Trainer (OWT)
First Army OC/T Academy
Two Week Course
Theater Immersion From FOB
Warriors Training Warriors
  • Leverage cbt experience of redeploying RC and NG
    Ldrs
  • Retain on active duty in First Army Area of
    Responsibility
  • Serve as Observer Controllers / Trainers (OC/Ts)

Consolidated First Army OC/T Academy At Camp
Shelby
Support 4,000 Students Per Year
28
CTT VERSION 3 WEB-BASED
Release Date 29 JAN 08 Coincides with NGB BCT
180-day Assessment https//1anet.first.army.mil/co
mmandertrainingtool/Login.aspx
Clearly define the required training
Clarify tasks, conditions, and standards
Provide training resources and references
Standardize documentation
29
COMMANDERS TRAINING TOOL CONCEPT
  • Integrates required training tasks
  • FORSCOM Change 9 for OIF
  • FORSCOM Change 4 for OEF
  • Cross-walks guidance, standards and references
    from HQDA, CENTCOM, CFLCC, FORSCOM, TRADOC and
    First Army
  • Links each task to
  • Training References
  • Training Resources
  • Documentation Package with specified tasks,
    conditions and standards required for validation
  • Separate Worksheet for each tool component
  • FORSCOM Change 9 Resource List
  • Unit Status Tracker
  • Warrior Tasks
  • Individual Warrior Task Memo
  • Completed Unit Training Memo
  • Training Tabs (Task Documentation)

30
EXAMPLE OF CDRS TRAINING TOOL CAPABILITIES
Unit Status Tracker
Warrior Tasks
Clicking on task takes user to Task, Conditions,
Standards and Performance Measures
Allows Unit to Track Soldiers Training Status
Training Task Documentation
Pre-Formatted MEMO to Document Training
  • Task Name
  • Task, Condition and Standard
  • Unit Trained
  • Training Location
  • Date Training Conducted
  • Commanders Signature Block

31
CDRS TRAINING TOOL(FORSCOM CHANGE 9 UPDATE)
  • Added Battlemind Training
  • Added IED-Defeat Battle Staff Tasks
  • Added Specialized IED-D Forces
  • Updated IED-D Individual Training Task
  • Updated IED-D Collective Training Task
  • Tactical Site Exploitation is a new task in
    FORSCOM Change 9 that was included on v1.0
    however, it now has additional requirements and
    an updated task, condition and standard.

32
ARMY STRONG
MG Thomas D. Robinson DCG, USAR, First Army
33
Back up slides
34
TRAINING SUPPORT PACKAGES
TSP Counter-IED Preface Task Crosswalk Chapter 1
Lane Training Scenarios Chapter 2 OPFOR
Tasks/Counter Tasks Appendix A TEOs Appendix
B IED Terminology Appendix C IED General
Information Appendix D CREW Family of Electronic
Counter-measures Appendix E Cache
Hunting Appendix F C-IED Principals Appendix G
IED Reaction Drills Appendix H IED Post-patrol
Brief
TRAINING SUPPORT PACKAGE COUNTER-IED (C-IED)
TTPs from Theater
OWTs
67 Training Support Packages Individual to
Collective Updated every 6 Months
35
OPERATION WARRIOR TRAINER (OWT)
  • Leverage Cbt Experience of redeploying RC and NG
    Ldrs
  • Retain on Active Duty in First Army Area of
    Responsibility
  • Serve as Observer Controllers / Trainers (OC/Ts)

Warriors Training Warriors Your
Experience Gives Them The Edge
OWT
Soldiers participation in the program benefits
RC Units and First Army RC units receive a
trained combat multiplier to use at Home
Station for Pre Mob Training, IDT and AT First
Army gains an experienced combat veteran capable
of providing quality training to mobilizing units
Fort McCoy OWT Support
181 IN
OWT 21
OWT 14
OWT 42
OWT 1
OWT 15
OWT 2
OWT 5
OWT 1
OWT 1
OWT 1
OWT 4
OWT 5
OWT 11
XX
OWT 60
OWT 5
OWT 2
OWT 1
OWT 7
OWT 1
OWT 41
OWT 56
OWT 2
OWT 4
Synergy of Working Together
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36
FIRST ARMY OC/T ACADEMY
Candidates E6, Cbt Exp
Theater Immersion From FOB
Produce Ldrs Who Can Plan, Setup, Observe,
Control And AAR Training
Train/Certify 4,000 Per Year
Establish Single Centralized World-Class OC/T
Academy at Cp Shelby To Facilitate Pre/Post-Mob Tr
aining Efforts
Implement In Two-Phases
  • Initial Operational Capability (Apr-Sep)
  • Sustain Capability (Oct TBD)
  • COE
  • IED
  • CREW
  • EOF
  • Convoy Plan Tool
  • Theater Ops Update
  • Enemy TTP
  • OC/T Core Comp
  • Duties/Resp
  • Trp Leading Proc
  • AAR Process (PE)
  • Lane Execution
  • Risk Management
  • Maint Ops
  • Individual Training
  • Warrior Tasks
  • Combatives
  • Individual Wpns
  • Crew Served Wpns
  • PMT
  • Tactical Skills
  • Battle Drills
  • Convoy Ops/TLP
  • TCP Ops/EOF
  • Urban Ops
  • Cordon and Search
  • FOB Defense/ECP

52
37
PRE AND POST MOB TRAINING SYNERGY
First Army
RC
Training Quality Tough Realistic Repetitive
  • Trng Enablers
  • TSPs
  • MTTs
  • Trng Mgmt Spt
  • OC/T Academy
  • Cdrs Trng Tool
  • Unit Preparation
  • Trng Plan
  • SRC/SRP
  • DMOSQ
  • PLT Proficiency
  • Mandatory Trng

Soldier
Theater Immersion
Joint Unit Assessment
Pre-Mob
Post-Mob
  • Mob Trng Center
  • FOB/COB
  • STX Lanes
  • Training Sets
  • Training Models
  • Theater TTPs
  • HQs Support
  • Man/Equip
  • NET Fielding
  • RFI Issue
  • Sourcing
  • Training Sets

The Centerpiece
Continuous Collaboration
Properly Synchronized To
Seamlessly Transition (Pre/Post-Mob Trng)
Simplify Training Support Process
Allow Predictability
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