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Title: U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Special Operations Command (MARSOC)


1
U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Special Operations
Command(MARSOC)
  • NDIA/USMC 2006 War Game
  • 31 MAY 2006

2
Agenda
  • Definitions
  • Background
  • Mission Statements
  • Commanders Intent
  • Core Tasks
  • Structure
  • Capabilities
  • Anticipated Future

3
Definitions
4
SOCOM Components Wire Diagram
USSOCOM COMPONENTS
PRESIDENT SECDEF
ASD SO/LIC
CJCS
USSOCOM
USJFCOM SOCJFCOM
EUCOM SOCEUR
AFSOC
USASOC
PACOM SOCPAC
NAVSPEC WARCOM
MARSOC
CENTCOM SOCCENT
JSOC
SOUTHCOM SOCSOUTH
USFK SOC-K
COMBATANT COMMAND
POLICY GUIDANCE OVERSIGHT
PROVIDES FORCES AND ASSISTS
NORTHCOM DOES NOT HAVE SOC
5
SOCOM Component Comparison
  • USASOC
  • US Army
  • Spec Ops Aviation units
  • Psychological Ops
  • Special Forces
  • Civil Affairs
  • Rangers
  • AFSOC
  • US Air Force
  • Spec Ops Wing (SOW)
  • Spec Tactics Squadrons (STS)

12,500 (26)
25,600 (54)
7,200 (15)
2515 (5)
  • MARSOC
  • US Marines
  • Marine Special Ops Bns (MSOB)
  • Foreign Military Training Units (FMTU)
  • Marine Spec Ops Support Group (MSOSG)
  • Marine Special Operations School (MSOS)
  • NAVSPECWAR
  • US Navy
  • SEALs
  • Special Boat Unit (SBU)

6
SOF Core Tasks
  • Counter-proliferation of Weapons of
    MassDestruction (CM)
  • Counterterrorism (CT)
  • Special Reconnaissance (SR)
  • Direct Action (DA)
  • Unconventional Warfare (UW)
  • Foreign Internal Defense (FID)
  • Civil Affairs Operations (CA)
  • Information and Psychological Operations (IO, PO)
  • Synchronize DoD Efforts in the GWOT

7
MARSOC Mission Statement
  • US Marine Corps Forces Special Operations Command
    (MARSOC), as the US Marine Corps component of US
    Special Operations Command (USSOCOM), trains,
    organizes, equips and when directed by
    CDRUSSOCOM, deploys task organized, scaleable,
    and responsive US Marine Corps special operations
    forces worldwide in support of combatant
    commanders and other agencies.

8
Commanders Intent
  • My intent for the US Marine Corps Forces Special
    Operations Command (MARSOC) is to develop a
    Warfighting Marine Corps component to SOCOM
    capable of executing world wide Special
    Operations Missions.
  • - BGen D. Hejlik

9
Commanders Endstate
  • Provide SOCOM w/ added SOF capability to
    prosecute the GWOT and future conflicts
  • MARSOC linked to the TSOCs and MEUs IOT provide a
    global maritime SOF presence
  • MARSOC capable of conducting Identified Core
    Tasks as directed by SOCOM mission requirements
  • MARSOC capable of providing HD/LD skills in
    support of SOCOM missions

10
MARSOC Core Tasks
  • Direct Action (DA)
  • Special Reconnaissance (SR)
  • Foreign Internal Defense (FID)
  • Counterterrorism (CT)
  • Information Operations (IO)
  • Unconventional Warfare (UW)

11
MARSOC Components
  • The MARSOC is composed of 5 subordinate units
  • These components are
  • FMTU
  • 1st MSOB
  • 2d MSOB
  • MSOSG
  • MSOS
  • Includes Special Missions Training Branches
    (SMTBs) on each coast

12
Wire Diagram
2515
U.S Marine Corps Forces Special Operations
Command
MARSOC
178
644
MSOB
159
Tm 1 - 12
CI/HUMINT Plt
SIGINT Plt
Analysis Plt
Tm 12 - 24
Fires Cont Plt
Sec Plt (K-9)
Comm Plt
East Coast Camp Lejeune, NC
West Coast Camp Pendleton, CA
13
FMTU Overview
  • 11-man teams led by a combat arms Major
  • Focused on Foreign Internal Defense and
    Unconventional Warfare
  • Training Provided
  • Infantry Skills
  • Fire Support
  • Communications
  • Weapons Employment
  • Land Navigation
  • First Aid
  • Other training as directed
  • To conduct GWOT relevant Phase 0 future-focused
    operations

14
FMTU Mission Statement
  • The FMTU provides tailored military, combat
    skills training and advisor support for
    identified foreign forces in order to enhance the
    tactical capability of partner nation forces, and
    prepare the environment in support of SOCOM.

15
FMTU Core Tasks
  • Foreign Internal Defense (FID)
  • Unconventional Warfare (UW)

16
FMTU Organization
TEAM 1 2/8/0/1
12 Teams/Co
17
FMTU Team Capabilities
  • Plan and conduct Special operations separately or
    as part of a larger force.
  • Conduct operations in remote areas and austere
    environments for extended periods of time with
    minimal external direction and support.
  • Develop, organize, equip, train, and advise or
    direct indigenous forces.
  • Perform other special operations as directed.

18
FMTU Team Composition
Maj-Cmdr
Capt-Team Ldr
0369Team Sergeant
0621Communicator
Corpsman
0311
0311
0311
0331
0341
0351
Note Trainers will provide full spectrum of
weapons expertise
19
FMTU Capability Timeline
  • 1st/2nd Quarter FY06 - 2 teams capable of
    deployment
  • 3rd Quarter FY06 - 3 teams capable of deployment
  • 4th Quarter FY06 - 6 teams capable of deployment
  • 2 additional teams become capable each quarter
    through the end of FY08
  • Global sourcing conference assigned 24 missions
    in FY06 and FY07

20
MSOB Overview
  • Provide command and control, and basic staff
    functions for MSOCs. Can battle roster to
    augment a JSOTF and are deployable commands.

21
MSOB Mission Statement
  • US Marine Corps Forces Special Operations
    Battalion (MSOB) trains, organizes, equips and
    provides specially qualified Marine forces for
    worldwide special operations missions as directed
    by MARSOC.

22
MSOB Core Tasks
  • Direct Action (DA)
  • Special Reconnaissance (SR)
  • Foreign Internal Defense (FID)
  • Counterterrorism (CT)
  • Information Operations (IO)

23
MSOB Organization
2ND Marine Special Operations Bn
1ST Marine Special Operations Bn
SOSG Det-W (Maj)
5 X MSOC (Maj)
4 X MSOC (Maj)







24
MSOC Overview
  • Company (-) sized unit that will deploy with
    enablers to plan execute special operations.
  • Separable but not separate from ESG/MEU.
  • Provides forward sea-based SOF.
  • Not totally self-sustainable relies on ESG/MEU
    or TSOC for sustainment and enhanced support.
  • Can deploy w/MSOB, ESG/MEU or alone.

25
MSOC Core Tasks
  • Special Reconnaissance (SR)
  • Direct Action (DA)
  • Counter Terrorism (CT)
  • Foreign Internal Defense (FID) w/out language
    skills

26
MSOC Task Organization5/83/9
MSOC HQ 3/4/1 MSOC Cmdr XO SNCOIC/Ops Chief Radio
Chief Air Officer SARC HMC Data Network
Operator Radio Operator
DASR PLT HQ 1/5/1 Platoon Commander Platoon
Sergeant Radio Chief SARC IDC Data Network
Operator SATCOM Operator Special Equip NCO
SEC PLT HQ 1/12/1 Platoon Commander Platoon
Sergeant Radio Operator (2) MG Sqd Leader MG Team
X2 (6) SS Team (2) Corpsman
A SQD 0/13/1 Squad Leader Fire Team X3
(12) Corpsman
TEAMS 1,3,5,7 0/16/4 Team Leader Asst Team
Leader Radio Operator Recon Scout SARC Corpsman
Teams 1,3,5,7 0/16/4 Team Leader Asst Team
Leader Radio Operator Recon Scout SARC Corpsman
ENABLERS 1/19/0 Riggers (2) EOD (2) FCT (3) DST
(12) Boat Mech (1)
B SQD 0/13/1 Squad Leader Fire Team X3
(12) Corpsman
TEAMS 2,4,6,8 0/20/0 Team Leader Asst Team
Leader Radio Operator Recon Scout Recon Scout
27
MSOB/MSOC Timeline
  • May 06 1st MSOC begins training with 26th MEU
  • Sept 06 2nd MSOC begins training with 13th MEU
  • FY06 1st and 2nd MSOBs stand up on each coast
  • Dec 08 MARSOC FOC

28
MSOS Overview
  • Trains and certifies MSOCs to SOF standards
  • SMTB
  • SOBU
  • Recruit, Screen, Assess, and Select MARSOC
    Marines
  • Develops and standardizes doctrine and TTPs
  • Is the training and education link MCCDC (TECOM)
    and components SOF schools

29
MSOS Components
Marine Special Operations School (MSOS)
Special Missions Training Branch (West Coast)
Special Missions Training Branch (East Coast)
2ND SMTB
1ST SMTB
SOBU
SOBU
Special Operations Boat Unit
Special Operations Boat Unit
30
MSOSG Overview
  • Headquarters Logistics Company
  • Replenishment of Supplies
  • Maintenance of vehicles, weapons, comm, optics
  • Engineering Functions utilities, etc
  • Motor Transportation
  • Medical
  • Contracting
  • Special Support Company
  • Combined Arms Planning Coordination
  • K-9 Support Services
  • Communication Support
  • ISR Support Company
  • OPE, CI, SIGINT, HUMINT, TSCM, CNO

31
MSOSG Mission Statement
  • US Marine Corps Special Operations Support Group
    (MSOSG) provides specific support capabilities
    for worldwide special operations missions as
    directed by MARSOC.

32
MSOSG Capabilities
  • Support SOF operations internal and external to
    the MARSOC as part of a larger force.
  • Can deploy tailorable scalable detachments as
    directed.

33
MSOSG Component
Supply
Maintenance
Motor Transport
Gen Engineering
Health Services
Services
34
MARSOC Build Plan
EAST COAST Camp Lejeune, NC
FMTU Company A
FMTU Company B
Apr 06
2d MSOB FOC
MSOSG FOC
Dec 06
May 07
Dec 07
May 08
Dec 08
May 06
MSOC F CHOPs to 26th MEU
EndFY 08
MSOC K FOC
MSOC H FOC
MSOC G FOC
MSOC F FOC
MSOC I FOC
MAR SOC FOC
MSOC A CHOPs to 13th MEU
MSOC B FOC
MSOC C FOC
MSOC A FOC
MSOC D FOC
WEST COAST Camp Pendleton, CA
Mar 07
Sep 07
Mar 08
Sep 08
Sep 06
1st MSOB FOC
35
MARSOC Way Ahead
  • 3rd Qtr FY06 FMTU Teams deploy
  • 3rd Qtr FY06 First MSOC begins training w/MEU
  • Deploy Jan 07 w/ 26 MEU
  • Deploy Mar 07 w/13 MEU
  • End FY 08 - MARSOC Full Operating Capability (FOC)

36
Questions?
MWH
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