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Title: Governors The Commanders-in-Chief


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Transformation
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National Guard Principles
  • Mission 1 Secure and defend our homeland here
    and abroad
  • We are an institution of people . . . soldiers,
    airmen, families and employers
  • Transform as we operate
  • Organize, train, equip and resource National
    Guard units like their active component
    counterparts
  • Remain essential the Constitutionally ratified,
    community-based, dual-missioned citizen militia
    (Art. 1, Sec. 8, Cls. 15 16 US Const.)
  • Do what is right for America

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Roles Missions
Army National Guard
Federal Reserve
Constitutional Militia
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Commitment to States
  • Provide sufficient capabilities under state
    control
  • Ensure appropriate capabilities/unit mix
  • Provide a more predictable model for operational
    rotations

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ARNG Transformation
  • Nationwide, rebalance and leverage Army Guard
    formations for the Warfight, Homeland Defense and
    support to Homeland Security operations
  • Convert units no longer required through
    technological advances or strategic and tactical
    needs
  • Reduce Force Structure, while maintaining End
    Strength, to increase Readiness
  • Transform into modular or plug and play,
    capabilities-based forces capable of seamlessly
    integrating with other Army formations in joint
    and combined expeditionary and campaign operations

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Transformation Imperatives
Strategic Reserve
Operational Force
Active Service Draft Ample time for
buildup Time-phased, overseas fight Threat-based
force Linear formations Symmetric threats Single
service/component
Volunteer/Recruited Force No/limited notice Any
time/any where Capabilities-based force Modular
units Asymmetric threats Joint/multi-component/mul
tinational
Federal Role Strategic Reserve (1903-2001),
but is since transforming
Minuteman values and missions transcend time
2001
1636
1903 (Dick Act)
Constitutional Militia Operational Force since
1636
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Full Spectrum Availability Model Goals
9 to 18 Months
  • Approximately 50 of the National Guard force
    will remain available to the Governor for State
    missions and Homeland Defense/ Security missions
  • Approximately 25 is in intensive training
    preparing to deploy
  • 25 (/-) of force is currently deployed and not
    available

48 to 60 Months
3 to 24 Months
The models goal is 1 Army Guard Rotation Every
Six Years
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Full Spectrum Force
Demob
48 to 60
Months
9 to 24
RE-SET
25 (/-) Mobilized Deployed Forces
Months
50 (/-) Homeland Defense Homeland
Security MACA MSCA MSLEA
Mobilize
SET
Enhanced Pool Intensive Training Getting Ready
25 (/-)
CS
CSS
3 to 24
Months
Alert
Standing Joint Force HQ (C4ISR and RSOI) Civil
Support Teams Maintenance Aviation Engineer
(Urban Search Rescue) Medical (Mass
Decon) Communications Transportation Security
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Force Structure
  • Growth
  • Military Police
  • Information Operations
  • Military Intelligence (particularly linguists)
  • Conversion
  • Field Artillery
  • Heavy formations

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Resourced Structure
Readiness Increases
  • Retain resourcing level
  • Reinvest FTS in remaining force
  • Reinvest OPTEMPO in force
  • Redistribute Equipment
  • OPTEMPO
  • F-T Support
  • Equipment

FS/ES Imbalance
Auth TTHS-like Structure
38K
8K
350K
350K
342K
350K
MTOE/TDA
FS ES
FS ES
FSA 342K
ES 350K
FSA 388K
ES 350K
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Transformation to Modularity
An Army based around 18 large, powerful, fixed
organizations
Designed around 84 smaller, modular, tailor able
organizations50 AC, 34 NG
XX
10 AC 8 NG
Unit of Action
Division
18 x
(Armored UA)
.Augmented by a Unit of Employment Standard
Support UAs
(Armor Division)
Strike UA
Security UA
Aviation UA
Sustain UA
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Mobilization
alert, mobilize, train, certify, deploy to
train, alert, deploy
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Leading for Tomorrow
  • Transforming on the move
  • Postured to change and adapt
  • Leveraging existing structure and capabilities
  • Exploiting automation, enhanced simulation and
    distributive training technologies
  • Ensuring diversity
  • Training and developing leaders
  • Prudently managing resources

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  • Ready
  • Reliable
  • Essential
  • Accessible

. . . Offering uniquely American solutionsto the
complex security challenges our nation faces
both at home and abroad.
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