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Ammo ROC Drill

Agenda
0800 - 0810 Admin Notes - CPT Lukas 0810 - 0820 Opening Remarks - COL(P) LeMasters / RCSM Muhammad / RCWO Satterfield 0820 - 0830 MOS/QASAS - CW4 Price/Mr. Stephens 0830 - 0900 Doctrine Overview - MAJ Anthony/Mr. Baron 0900 - 0930 Force Design Methodology - CPT Watson 0930 - 0945 Break 0945 - 1045 IBCT Review - CPT Lukas / 703rd BSB SMEs 1045 - 1145 HBCT Review - CPT Lukas / 26th BSB SMEs 1145 - 1300 Lunch - Bus transportation available to OD DFAC ($ 4.25) 1300 - 1400 Fires Brigade Review - CPT Lukas / 589th BSB SMEs 1400 - 1415 Revisit OD Week Topics - Mr. Baron 1415 - 1430 8th ORD info brief 1430 - 1500 Alibis 1500 - 1515 Break 1515 - 1600 Due Outs/Recap 1600 - 1610 Chief of Ordnance Closing Remarks Location: Larkin Conference Center, Ft. Lee, VA
CPT Lukas, CASCOM MSD, 804-765-7360, 25 JUL 11

UNCLASSIFIED

Support Starts Here!

Ammo ROC Drill Purpose


The purpose of the ROC drill is to review the doctrinal mission, force design and current/programmed capabilities from the Modular Ammunition Company down to the Ammunition Transfer Holding Point (ATHP) level IOT identify gaps or excess capabilities End State: To ensure capability gaps and excess capabilities are captured to apply proper Doctrine, Organizational, Training, Materiel, Leadership/Education, and Personnel (DOTMLP) solutions

CPT Lukas, CASCOM MSD, 804-765-7360, 25 JUL 11

UNCLASSIFIED

Support Starts Here!

References
FM 1-02 Operational Terms and Graphics FM 3-0 Operations FM 3-09.24 TTP for Fires Brigade FM 3-21.21 The Stryker Brigade Combat Team Infantry Battalion

FM 3-90.6 The Brigade Combat Team


FM 4-0 Sustainment FM 4-30.1 Munitions Distribution in the Theater of Operations

FM 4-30.13 Ammunition Handbook


FM 4-90 Brigade Support Battalion
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Ammo MOS
MOS: 89A MOS Description: Ammunition Stock Control and Accounting Specialist Required Tasks: The ammunition stock control and accounting specialist operates the Standard Ammunition and Accounting System-Modernized (SAAS-MOD) computer hardware and software and utilizes manual records to perform stock control and accounting procedures for ammunition, explosives, and associated explosive components.

UNCLASSIFIED

Ammo MOS
MOS: 89B MOS Description: Ammunition Specialist Required Tasks: Ammunition, explosives, their components, and weapons are known within the Army as 'ordnance' and require proper care when dealing with them. Ammunition Specialists are specialized Soldiers whose primary responsibility is all aspects in the management of ordnance (ammunition and explosives). Ammunition Specialists are primarily responsible for receiving, storing, and issuing conventional ammunition, guided missiles, large rockets, explosives, and other ammunition and explosive related items; performs maintenance (field and sustainment), modification, destruction and demilitarization on ammunition and explosive components.
UNCLASSIFIED
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Ammo MOS
MOS: 890A MOS Description: Ammunition Warrant Officer Required Tasks: Directs and coordinates the implementation of the following activities: Accountability, receipt, storage, issue, inspection, maintenance and demilitarization of conventional ammunition, components, residue and inert training ammunition devices. Investigates and reports conventional ammunition accidents, failures, or malfunctions. Supervises and manages the Standard Army Ammunition System (SAAS) at all levels. Prepares and/or reviews ammunition storage waivers. Prepares, reviews and /or implements the following operational plans in ammunition storage areas: Firefighting, emergency destruction. Physical security, explosive safety and transportation flow. Performs other company grade Officer level duties as required/essential to the unit mission. Is a self-aware and adaptive technical expert, combat leader. Trainer and technical advisor.
UNCLASSIFIED
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QASAS
Job Title: CP20 GS-1910, Quality Assurance Specialist (Ammunition Surveillance) Job Description: Civilian ammunition inspector: Trained under ACTEDS, a Department of the Army (DA) program facilitated by DAC. Training consist of two phases, phase I is 12 months in length and consists of formal training conducted at DAC. Phase II is 12 months in length and consists of specialized OJT at a JMC operating quality assurance surveillance organization. Required Tasks: Core functions of inspecting and determining the reliability of the Armys munitions stockpile, inspecting and monitoring ammunition/explosives operations for compliance with regulatory explosives safety requirements, and protecting the public and the Armys warfighting assets from unnecessary exposures to explosives hazards.
UNCLASSIFIED
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Ammunition Distribution Doctrine Overview

Doctrine 2015 Overview


Army Doctrine Publications (ADP)
[~15ADPs]
ADP 1
ADP 3-0
Operations

ADP 2-0
Intelligence

ADP 4-0
Sustainment

ADP 5-0
The Operations Process

ADP 6-0
Mission Command

ADP 7-0
Training

ADP 3-37
Protection

Fundamental principles
Army Doctrine Reference Publications (ADRP) [1 per ADP]

ADP 3-90
Offensive And Defensive Operations

ADP 6-22
Army Leadership

ADP 3-07
Stability Operations

ADP 3-28
Civil Support Operations

ADP 3-09
Fires

ADP 3-05
Special Operations

ADP 1-02
Operational Terms and Graphics

ADRP 3-0
ADRP 3-0
Operations

ADRP 5-0
ADRP 5-0
The Operations Process

ADRP 6-0
ADRP 6-0
Mission Command

ADRP 3-90
ADRP 3-90
Offensive And Defensive Operations

ADRP 6-22

Detailed information on fundamentals


Field Manuals (FM)
[50 FMs]

Field Manual

Field Manual

Field Manual

Field Manual

Tactics and Procedures


Army Techniques Publications
Techniques Techniques Techniques Techniques Techniques Techniques

(Maintained, Accessed, Updated through MilWiki) Applications (Interactive Media, Podcasts, Mobile APPs)
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NOTIONAL SUPPLY FLOW DIAGRAM

Theater Base Forward Distribution Hub


CSSB
PLS
Ammo on CROP in Container on M1077

SPOD

APOD

2 x 20 Containers w + w/o CROP

AREA SPT

Ammunition Supply Activity a.k.a ASP

Ammo on M1077

Ammunition M915 w/ M872 Supply Activity


Ammo on M1077 Ammo on CROP in Container on M1077

AREA SPT

ATHP

I FSC

II

II BSB

BCT
I FSC

II

FM PORT

II
FM THEATER BASE I FSC

II

FM FORWARD DIST. HUB

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CL V Automation Overview
Strategic National (AMC / ASC / JMC)
TAV TAMIS ITV

DAAS /AEPS CCSS NICP Strategic Theater (TSC / ESC) LIW

NLAC

WARS

ASP & ATHP direct reporting to WARS


BCS3
SAAS-MMC

Operational (Sust Bde / CSSB)

SAAS-MMC
SAAS-ASP

Tactical (BCT / BSB)


SAAS RFID / ITV TAMIS Unit Data

PBUSE

SAAS-BAO

SAAS-ATHP
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IBCT Doctrinal Overview


X
SAAS-ASP
ll l

FSC
ll

FSC

BN S-4

ll l

BSA
SPO/BAO BSB
MED

BN S-4 DC

FSC BN S-4
ll

FMC FSC
l

BN S-4

X
ASP- Ammunition Storage Point ATHP Ammo Transfer and Holding Point FSC Forward Support Company

SAAS-ATHP

Modular Ammunition Company


Mission: The ASP is run by a modular ordnance company assigned to a sustainment brigade and provides support to the BCT ATHPs and units not supported by an ATHP. ASPs receive, store, issue, and maintain a one- to three day supply of ammunition to meet a routine surge and emergency requirements for supported units.

Distribution Company (ATHP)


Mission: The ATHP section is responsible for establish the ATHP, transloading munitions to BSB resupply transportation assets, positioning battalion ammunition set configurations. The section will also conduct vehicle inspections, conduct limited munitions maintenance operations, provide limited stock configuration based on operational requirements

FSC Distribution Platoon


Mission: The distribution platoon consists of the platoon headquarters, Class III section, general supply Section. The Class V section provides the distribution of ammunition to the supported battalion. 13

HBCT Doctrinal Overview


X
SAAS-ASP FSC

FSC

BN S-4

BSA
SPO/BAO
MED

BSB DC FMC

BN S-4

FSC BN S-4

FSC

BN S-4

X
ASP- Ammunition Storage Point ATHP Ammo Transfer and Holding Point FSC Forward Support Company

SAAS-ATHP

Modular Ammunition Company


Mission: The ASP is run by a modular ordnance company assigned to a sustainment brigade and provides support to the BCT ATHPs and units not supported by an ATHP. ASPs receive, store, issue, and maintain a one- to three day supply of ammunition to meet a routine surge and emergency requirements for supported units.

Distribution Company (ATHP)


Mission: The ATHP section is responsible for establish the ATHP, transloading munitions to BSB resupply transportation assets, positioning battalion ammunition set configurations. The section will also conduct vehicle inspections, conduct limited munitions maintenance operations, provide limited stock configuration based on operational requirements

FSC Distribution Platoon


Mission: The distribution platoon consists of the platoon headquarters, Class III section, general supply Section. The Class V section provides the distribution of ammunition to the supported battalion. 14

Fires Doctrinal Overview


SAAS-ASP
ll l

X
FSC
ll

BN S-4

FSC

BN S-4

BSA
SPO/BAO BSB DC FMC FSC
l ll

X
BN S-4 SAAS-ATHP

ASP- Ammunition Storage Point ATHP Ammo Transfer and Holding Point FSC Forward Support Company

Modular Ammunition Company


Mission: The ASP is run by a modular ordnance company assigned to a sustainment brigade and provides support to the BCT ATHPs and units not supported by an ATHP. ASPs receive, store, issue, and maintain a one- to three day supply of ammunition to meet a routine surge and emergency requirements for supported units.

Distribution Company (ATHP)


Mission: The ATHP section is responsible for establish the ATHP, transloading munitions to BSB resupply transportation assets, positioning battalion ammunition set configurations. The section will also conduct vehicle inspections, conduct limited munitions maintenance operations, provide limited stock configuration based on operational requirements

FSC Distribution Platoon


Mission: The distribution platoon consists of the platoon headquarters, Class III section, general supply Section. The Class V section provides the distribution of ammunition to the supported battalion. 15

What does Doctrine say about ATHP Guard Forces?

Protection
FM 4-0 Sustainment Chapter 1-8 (Survivability): Survivability is the ability to protect personnel, information, infrastructure, and assets from destruction or degradation. It includes all aspects of protecting personnel (includes FHP), materiel, and organizations while deceiving the enemy. The ability of adversaries to disrupt the flow of sustainment could significantly degrade forces ability to conduct operations as well as sustain them. Planners integrates survivability with operational planning to maximize survivability. Dispersion and decentralization of sustainment functions enhances survivability. The commander may have to balance risk with survivability in considering redundant capabilities and alternative support plans. The ability to protect lines of communications promotes survivability, helping to ensure operational reach and endurance. FM 4-90 BSB Appendix B: BSA Layout and protection FM 7-15 Army Universal Task List Chapter 6 The Protection Warfighting Function
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Force Design Overview

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Force Design Methodology


Items reviewed during Force Design
Placement of the 89B MOS is not MARC driven. This MOS is placed according to a concept for support. Developer will: Conduct a literature search of all doctrine, publications, references, and background material applicable to the functional area. Review: Operational and Organizational Concept Paper Create or update Unit Reference Sheet (URS) - Add Personnel and Major Equipment

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MOD Ammo PLT & RTCH Aug Tm Conv.


FY12 MTOE (before conversion) FY13 MTOE (after conversion)

Medium Lift Platoon, 09503LA00


(33 Army Wide)

Modular Ammo Platoon, 09503RA00


(55 Army Wide)

MODULAR AMMO PLT (MLP)


1-1-45

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MODULAR AMMO PLT


1-1-43

45

AMMO PLT HQ
1-1-11

RTFL SEC
0-0-14

TECH SPT SEC


0-0-14

MAINT SEC REAR ATP SEC


0-0-4 0-0-4

AMMUNITIO N PLT HQ
1-1-10

RTFL SEC 0-0-14

TECH SPT SEC


0-0-16

MAINT SEC 0-0-3

Heavy Lift Platoon, 09503LB00


(22 Army Wide)

RTCH Aug Team, 09503RB00


(22 Army Wide)

MODULAR AMMO PLT (HLP)


1-1-51

53 RTCH TM 0-0-9
TECH SPT SEC
0-0-14

AMMO PLT HQ
1-1-11

RTFL SEC
0-0-14

CRANE SEC
0-0-8

MAINT SEC
0-0-4

Provides 1 type platoon similar in design to the MLP. Deletes the Rear ATP; no longer needed. Adds Personnel to the Technical Support Section. Provides a RTCH team as required to lift 20-foot ISO Containers. 19

Capabilities Comparison Chart


Personnel
O2 91A W2 890A MEDIUM E-7 89B40 x2 E-6 89B30 x5 LIFT PLATOON E-5 89B20 x 5 E-5 89A20 (MLP) E-4 89B10 x14 E-4 89A10 E-3 89B10 x 11 E-3 89A10

Equipment
TRK: M1152A x3 Platform: RI/RO x6 CHU x3 MTV x2 TRLR: M1095 TRLR: 5 T FLTBD TRLR: 1-1/2 TON TRLR:PLS x3 TRLR: TON TOOL SET: AMMO TRK: M1087A1 TRK 4X4: M1165A1 TRK: 1-1/4 W/E TRK: 5 TON x2 10K RT FL x4 6K RT FL x5 VR RT FL x7

Automation
SAAS MOD CAISI MTS VSAT

Capabilities
- Storage capability of approximately 11,237 ST

- Daily lift capacity with Rear ATP Section: 1,521 ST - Receive, Store/ Re-configure & Issue: 376 ST - Daily lift capacity with out Rear ATP Section: 1,128 ST - Receive, Store/ Re-configure & Issue: 507 ST. - Operate 1 ASP and 1/3 of a rear ATP. - An ATP section that may be employed separately to provide lift capability of 393 ST of ammo per day. -Emergency destruction of unserviceable conventional ammo.
X

Personnel
02 91A W2 890A E-7 89B40 x2 E-6 89B30 x3 E-5 89B20 x 6 E-5 89A20 E-4 89B10 x10 E-4 89A10 E-3 89B10 x 12 E-3 89A10

Equipment
TRK: M1087A1 TRK: M1152A x3 TRK: 5 TON x2 CHU x3 10K RT FL x4 MTV x2 6K RT FL x4 TRLR: M1095 VR RT FL x6 TRLR: 5 T FLTBD CRANE: RTCC TRLR: 1-1/2 TON TRLR:PLS x3 TOOL SET: AMMO RTCH: KALMAR x2 Platform: RI/RO x6 LFT FRT CONT: 20 FT x2 TRK 4X4: M1165A1

Automation

Capabilities

HEAVY LIFT PLATOON (HPL)

- Storage capability of approximately 11,363 ST - Daily lift capacity : 2,657 ST SAAS MOD - Receive, Store/ Re-configure & Issue: 886 ST CAISI - Limited modification of conventional MTS ammunition, VSAT components, and packing containers. - Emergency destruction of unserviceable conventional ammo. - Assistance to EOD in the routine destruction of unserviceable ammo.
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Capabilities Comparison Chart Cont.


Personnel
02 91A W2 890A E-7 89B40 x2 MOD E-6 89B30 x3 AMMO E-5 89B20 x 6 PLATOON E-5 89A20 x2 E-4 89B10 x11 E-4 89A10 x2 E-3 89B10 x 11 E-3 89A10 x2

Equipment
TRK: M1152A TRK 4X4: TRK: VAN WO/W M1165A1 TRK:PLS x3 TRK: 5 TON x2 CHU X3 6K RT FL x4 TRLR: TON VR RT FL x6 TRLR: M1095 TRLR:PLS x3 TRLR-MTD:PU-2101 TOOL SET: AMMO PLATFORM: RI/RO x6

Automat.

Capabilities

- Storage capability of approximately 11,237 ST SAAS MOD - Daily ammo lift capacity: 1128 ST - Operate an ASA alone or in conjunction with other CAISI modular ammo platoons and/or modular ammo RTCH MTS teams. VSAT x3 - Un-stuffing, receipt, storage, re-warehousing, combat configuration/issue of ammo using forklifts. - non-MHE functions in support of RTFL sec - ammo check, prep of configured loads, packing, crating, banding of ammo, inventories, DS maintenance and decon of ammo stocks. Firefighting operations, operate fuel dispensing facility. 24 hour operations

Personnel RTCH AUG TEAM

Equipment

Automat.

Capabilities
- Daily containerized lift of 1254 ST. - Deploys as needed. - Augments the Modular Ammunition Platoon in inspection, DS maintenance of conventional ammo, components, and packing containers. - load/unload 20-foot ISO ammo containers to/from transportation assets, and maintains RTCHs.
X

E-6 89B30 x2 RTCH (KALMAR RT240) x2 E-5 89B20 x 2 E-4 89B10R1 x2 E-4 91B10R1 E-3 89B10R1 x 2

Force Design Update Impacts

One standard platoon with the capability that encompasses all capabilities of the MLP/HLPs that can support containerized operations as needed and with minimal reliance on external support. The Rear ATP section of the MLP will stand down. Personnel savings of 110 Enlisted personnel across the total force structure. Material savings of 22 rough terrain container cranes, 33 6K rough terrain forklifts, and 33 HMMWVs across the total force structure. No new tasks to train. Increased requirement for MOS 91B10 R1, RTCH Mech, which was offset by the loss of the 91L10, Construction Equipment Repairer. More flexible in regards to supportability; only the number of PLT/RTCH teams needed to support the force are deployed. 21 Increased ammunition reconfiguration capacity.

BCT Structure

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BCT Structure
BSA

BSB

MED

DC

FMC

SAAS-ATHP

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Distribution Co: ATHP Section


PERSONNEL W2 890A E-6 89B30 E-5 89B20 E-5 89A20 E-4 89B10 x3 E-4 89A10 E-3 89B10 x3 Ammunition Warrant Section Chief Ammunition Sergeant Ammo STK CON/ACCTG SP Ammunition Specialist Ammo STK CON/ACCTG SP Ammunition Specialists AUTOMATION C18278 C18378 C40995 C78851 P99881 MTS VEH FBCB2 SAAS MOD ATHP MTS CTL CAISI 2.0

FUNCTIONS Ammunition Transfer Holding Point Section. Provides the capability to receive, store, issue, ship, inspect, and perform field level munitions maintenance support to entire Support Brigade. Stock control performs all stock control functions associated with operating SAASMOD. Store and issue squad conducts ATP operations and conducts ASA operations utilizing assigned CMHE as the operator dictates. BSB, Support Operations Section, provides brigade level ammunition requirements generation and manages distribution management/asset visibility.
CAPABILITIES LIMITATIONS

Receive (62ST) Store (14ST) Issue (62ST) Store 33 STON of uploaded ammo Provide ASA Accountable Officer Trans-load LIMITED reconfiguration Inspection Accountability Evacuation/Emergency destruction for the most critical munitions. Relocate Split-base operations
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Build configured loads


Ammo support outside BDE Static storage Follow-on Sustainment Support (Support beyond UBL) Relocate in one lift (internal)

EQUIPMENT C27294 S01359 W59582 B83002 T93761 S70517 T73347 CONTAINER HANDLING (CHU) SHELTER: TACITCAL EXPAND TOOL SET AMMO FM PLATFORM: CONTAINER RI/RO PLS TRAILER 8X20 SEMITRAILER LOW BED: 25 TON VARIABLE REACH RT FL

Battalion/Company Support Squads


FUNCTIONS Battalion/Squadron /Company/Troop Support Squad. Distribute CL I (Water), II, III (B&P), IV, V and VII to the Infantry Battalion/Companies.

BN SPT SQD PERSONNEL 88M30 89B20 92F10 88M10 Squad Leader Ammunition Sergeant PTRL Vehicle Operator Vehicle Driver

CO SPT SQD PERSONNEL 88M30 88M20 92F10 88M10 Squad Leader HVY Vehicle Driver PTRL Vehicle Operator HVY Vehicle Driver

The 89B originally assigned to the FSCs will be located in the BN support squad. All BN/CO support squads are located in the FSC Distribution Platoon of the IBCT/HBCT and FIRES BDE. There are no FSCs in the Stryker BDE therefore, there are no support squads.

EQUPMENT HEMTT LHS x2 PLS TRAILER x2 FLAT RACKS x9 4K FORKLIFT MOD FUEL AUTOMATION R68044AN/VRC-90F x2

EQUPMENT HEMTT LHS T55054 x2 PLS TRAILER T93761 x2 FLAT RACKS B83002 x9 MFS

AUTOMATION R68044AN/VRC-90F x2
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IBCT

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ATHP Initial

G G Scenario: Given a new AO, describe the initial set-up of an ATHP Veh. Staging

Cap
Enemy Ammo

CAT 1

Veh. Holding

G
T/I

Fire Extinguisher Water Barrel

G
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ATHP Improved
G G Scenario: Given a new AO, describe the initialVeh. set-up of an ATHP Staging

Cap
Enemy Ammo

CAT 1

Veh. Holding

G
T/I

Fire Extinguisher Water Barrel

G
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IBCT Scenario 1
Scenario: Your Stock Control Clerk at your ATHP has justG G reported that there is no connectivity between your SAAS-ASP Veh. Staging box and the SAAS-MMC. The VSAT is green on your S6 Commo Control Board showing connectivity between the two boxes. Mission: What procedures would you do to re-establish connectivity as the system Administrator? How will you continue mission/operations? What is the mission impact with loss of Cap connectivity? Enemy
Ammo

CAT 1

Veh. Holding

Variable: terrain is mountainous; CAISI in series?


T/I

Fire Extinguisher Water Barrel

G
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IBCT Scenario 1

Connectivity is lost between ASP box and SAAS-MMC

If, SASMO cant fix the problem; How service/mission will continue?

- Submit info to higher

Operator's troubleshooting procedures IAW User Manuals

Contact MMC

SASMO actions to repair equipment or estimation of time to repair

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IBCT Scenario 1
Scenario Mission execution with loss of communications

Implications
Doctrine Organization

Current Solution/Shortfall

Training

SAAS-MOD Systems training of establishing and managing SAAS-MOD communications is a Lesson Plan that has been embedded in the TRADOC POI scheduled for the MOS 890A series WOBC. NET training will provide initial proficiency for SAAS-MOD systems administrator to establish communications for SAAS interface. VSAT dedicated to the ATHP

Materiel Leadership Personnel

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CAISI/VSATs

As of 30 JUN 2011

Current Status
FY04-10, Total Army requirement CAISI 39,375 VSATS 3,620 systems Fielded to Force; CAISI 65%, VSAT 98% Total network availability remains at industry standards of 99%

System Description
Tactical wireless network that provides commercial and tactical network access for Logistics STAMIS users. The tactical connectivity capability extends from Theater to unit level.
Interfaces - Used extensively in AOR to connect STAMIS and emerging system users. Supports multiple users with a wireless LAN to WAN communications capability. Supports both IP Data and VOIP.
CW3 Niky Frazier/CASCOM ESD/804 734-2081

Way Ahead

Complete total ARMY fielding of CAISI/VSATs by fourth QTR FY2012

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IBCT Scenario 2
PTRScenario: = 750 ft Your Brigade has just relocated to their new AO and you must IBD = ft vans G storage containers each. With a limitation per pad of 15,000 of 1,250 5 ISO/MIL
lbs NEW, store the following items:
B505 1.4G

determine the quantity distance requirements for 6 storage locations comprised G


C508 1.2.1E CA04 1.1E D501 1.2.1D DA12 1.3C

Veh. Staging
A059 1.4S A131 1.4S CA03 1.2.2H

Cap
Enemy Ammo

IMD = 300 ft

Veh. Holding
CAT 1 CAT 1
ILD = 600 ft

G
Overflow Storage Up to 15,000 lbs NEW class 1.1 G881 1.1F HA08 1.2.1E M023 1.1D PL64 1.2.1E PV82 1.1E

T/I

Fire Extinguisher Water Barrel

G
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IBCT Scenario 2
Scenario Storing various DODICs with 15K NEW limit per pad

Implications
Doctrine Organization

Current Solution/Shortfall

There are no anticipated changes to the Army modular structure. It is anticipated there will be job/task level impacts Determining Quantity Distance Requirements is a Lesson Plan that has been embedded in the TRADOC POI scheduled for the MOS 890A series WOBC. CASCOM training establishes compatibility and quantity-distance for safe storage of ammunition and explosives (A&E) in both peacetime and wartime operations.

Training

Materiel Leadership Personnel

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Unit Remarks
For an IBCT, the typical operating environment has limited

vehicular accessibility. This means that combat configured loads (CCLs) of ammunition must be carried by personnel; however, if the CCLs are larger than a basic load personnel cannot physically carry them. At what level are combat configured loads (CCLs) determined? Where are these loads held? (i.e. ATHP? ASP?) . Due to the limited accessibility of the operating environment that an IBCT will be typically deploy to, there is an increased need for aerial delivery of ammunition. Currently, Soldiers with the additional skill identifiers (ASIs) for Air Assault and Pathfinder are not authorized on the IBCTs BSB MTOE. We foresee this as a potential issue with the increased demand for aerial resupply. Could we expect in the future to have those ASIs authorized at the BSB level?
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HBCT

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HBCT Scenario 1
G begin Scenario: The Brigade has received their deployment orders, and you will G Brigade for RIP/TOA. They have completed the inspection of the to prepare the Veh. Staging ammunition turned-in and have found the following defects:
A059: Approximately 700,000 rds were returned in MRE boxes and black trash bags, embedded with Sand and 70% of 30 wire bound boxes opened. A557: All 43 cases were opened. Inspection found that 40% are serviceable and 125 belts have loose bullets and dented cartridges. D510: 75 rounds with a damaged dial/time switches, 9 rounds unopened and seal intact. Cap Enemy Veh. Holding G881: 6 cases unopened with seals intact. 67 rounds found with missing gaskets CAT 1 Ammo between the fuzes and necks of the grenades. 101 rounds with pull ring missing but safety pin securely assembled with black electrical tape.

Mission: Determine serviceability, re-pack to standard, and return to stock records T/In account or prepare for retrograde/demilitarization.
Special notes: There is no QASAS immediately available to perform the G inspection. Fire Extinguisher
Water Barrel 37

HBCT Scenario 1
G G
Veh. Staging

Cap
Enemy Ammo

CAT 1

Veh. Holding

G
T/I

Fire Extinguisher Water Barrel

G
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HBCT Scenario 1
Scenario Dealing with loose and damaged munitions during RIP/TOA

Implications
Doctrine Organization

Current Solution/Shortfall

There are two main doctrinal changes areas: (1) New Processes and (2) New Terminology There are no anticipated changes to the Army modular structure. It is anticipated there will be job/task level impacts Determine serviceability, re-pack to standard, and return to stock records account or prepare for retrograde/demilitarization is a Lesson Plan that has been embedded in the TRADOC POI scheduled for the MOS 890A series WOBC and 89B30 ALC. Shortfall: CASCOM training only requires for the Determination of Serviceability of Munitions in Advance Leadership Course. Mobile Ammunition Processing Facility (MAPF) Utilize assigned personnel as mission dictates; pushing inspectors down to ATHP Location of the 89B inspector within the BSB

Training

Materiel Leadership Personnel

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HBCT Scenario 2
G

Scenario: How do you resupply on the move?

Veh. Staging Mission: Your unit has been given the order to transition to offensive operations and conduct a movement to contact spanning 50 kilometers and for 8 hours. You will be departing with a full combat load. IPB anticipates a large chance for large expenditures of 120mm, 25mm, 40mm linked grenades, and small arms. You must also be prepared to re-arm both Combined Arms Battalions. What is your plan for re-arming while on the move?

Special notes: This operation is to occur at night. Objectives, once secured, Enemy Veh. Holding CAT 1 will be defended until relieved. Ammo

Cap

G
T/I

Fire Extinguisher Water Barrel

G
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HBCT Scenario 2
X
FSC

BSA
BSB
MED

DC FMC

FSC

II

II
FSC

II
FSC

HBCT Scenario 2

FSC

HBCT Scenario 2
Scenario Class V re-supply while conducting a movement to contact at night

Implications
Doctrine Organization

Current Solution/Shortfall

Training

Prepare a Truck Transportation Plan To move Ammunition Overland is a Lesson Plan that has been embedded in the TRADOC POI scheduled for the MOS 890A series WOBC. Shortfall: Currently there is not an established Lesson Plan written in the TRADOC POI for re-supply of Class V operations during movement while conducting night operations.

Materiel Leadership Personnel

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HBCT Scenario 3
G

Scenario: G One of your BLAHA pads has sustained a direct hit from a rocket attack. There was sympathetic propagation with one pad on either side for a total of 3 out of Veh. Staging 4 pads with 100% loss. Mission: Execute your fire plan. Report the losses. How do you re-establish your BLAHA? What needs to be done to replace lost stocks?

Special notes: There is no QASAS immediately available to perform the Cap inspection. Enemy Veh. Holding CAT 1 Ammo
G
T/In

Fire Extinguisher Water Barrel

G
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HBCT Scenario 3
G
Veh. Staging

EOD
Firefighters
Cap Enemy Ammo

CAT 1

Veh. Holding

G
T/I

Fire Extinguisher Water Barrel

G
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HBCT Scenario 3
Scenario Execute post successful rocket attack operations

Implications
Doctrine Organization

Current Solution/Shortfall

There are no anticipated changes to the Army modular structure. Develop a Fire Fighting plan performance measures and steps have been embedded in the Lesson Plan Preparing a Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) for TRADOC POI scheduled for the MOS 890A series WOBC. CASCOM training establishes procedures for comprehensive plans to prevent fires, reduce the risk of fires, what to do in the event of a fire. Land Based Phalanx Weapon System (LBPWS)

Training

Materiel Leadership Personnel

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Unit Remarks
Recommendations:
Change the Ammo Warrant for the position of the Ammunition Officer in HHC BSB. The Ammunition Logistics NCOIC and Ammunition Warrant can provide quality CL V support. Assign the ATHP Section to HHC BSB. This will enable the Ammo Warrant the ability to oversee training and provide mentorship to the NCOs in the section. This will also enable the Ammo Warrant the ability to have sight across the brigade by working directly for the SPO in the Support Operations Office. ATHP section needs to be augmented with the Ammo Inspector which is currently assigned to HHC BSB. This will ensure continuous ammunition surveillance support at all times in the presence or absence of the QASAS. Security element outside of the ATHP section needs to be included as doctrinal dependency or regulation guideline, otherwise Ammunition soldiers are tasked to conduct security on the ammo operation which limits qualified MOS specific personnel downrange to process ammunition. This also heightens the hazard risks and can result in a loss of accountability when personnel who are not properly trained to handle and account for ammunition are tasked to work in the ATHP. Authorize the 5K Rough Terrain Forklift for the ATHP section to provide better maneuverability for containerized storage. 10K forklifts although they have the capability to lift heavier loads do not maneuver well when working with containerized ammunition.
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5K LB Light Capability Rough Terrain Forklift (LCRTF)

Capability: Provides Commanders a rough terrain 5K LB forklift deployable by aircraft, airdrop and PLS flat rack capable of unloading commercial sized pallets from ISO containers. (Army changes from USMC fielded 5K are underlined) Description: 5K LB lift capacity at 24 load center. C-130 deployable & rough terrain mobility. Air conditioning CH-47 slingable & low velocity Airdrop Un-stuffs pallets from inside 20 & * 40 ISOs, w/ fork tine oscillation & side-shift cab controls. Transportable on PLS & HEMTT-LHS flat racks, M-871/ 872 semi trailers 120 hours Mean Time Between Essential Failures Forward speed 20 MPH [T] 30 [O] when towed by a Family of Medium tactical Vehicle BOI: Replaces current Army 4K forklift authorized in 150 TOEs: OD, TC, AV, QM and medical. TAA FY 1217 required quantity is 1,889 Warfighter Criticality/Value: Unloads pallets from both 20 w/o a ramp & enters 40 ISOs to unstuff pallets
3/8/11 Mr. Lou Britos, CASCOM MSD, 804-765-7339

USMC 5K LCRTF photo

Status: Last/Next 180 days highlights: G-8 OKd loan of


$7.4M from RTCH program POM for acquisition & prototype verification test. RFP released 7 Jul 10, and contract award projected for . Next MS: C FUE Date: 2Q FY 13 AAO: 1,889 * Est. MS C Date: 4Q FY12 * Army Systems Fielded: 0 *Sys Funded: 4 prototypes

Cost /System: @ $100K

RDTE Funding Management Production


CASCOM POC: Mr Paul Fournia, Sustainment Div, DSN 687-1846
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Mobile Ammunition Processing Facility (MAPF)


Workshop Configuration Workshop Configuration

Mission: Provide Tactical Ammunition Workshop(s) to Operation Iraqi Freedom/Operation Enduring Freedom Impact on Warfighter: Equipment promotes in-theatre field inspections, minor maintenance, and repackaging vs. return to Kuwait Capability allows quicker recycling of ammunition back to the warfighter Proper maintenance and packaging assures safety, accountability and reliability Transportable and self-sustaining Two MAPFs Fielded to OIF/OEF - 2008 Third MAPF Fielded OEF 2009 Fourth MAPF Requested for OEF-2011 FOB Shank Resources: MAPF Suite: $900-$1,000K

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Fires Brigade

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Fires Bde Scenario 1


G Scenario: G A Notification of Ammunition Restriction (NAR) has been issued for lot # VGT04F070M229 of DODIC PL65 (MLRS ATACMS Veh. Staging BLK 1A) requiring a 100% inspection for bent or corroded W1J1 connectors. The condition code is CC-E. You currently have 100 pods of the restricted DODIC. 40 each pods have already been issued forward to four different PAAs. The ASP is prepared to push ALL STOCKS MFG WITH PARTS LOT # SRA 17 (ONLY FOUND IN END replacement pods to PROJ your METAL location to facilitate an1 emergency resupply. ITEM LOTS LOADED IN MAR 74 OR LATER) RQR 100% INSP FOR CRACKED/MISSING What Capis your inspection and segregation plan? Is there a problem with BASE COVER WELD. CC-E Enemy G storage? How will you handle the emergency Veh. Holding CAT resupply? 1
Ammo

Special notes: There is no QASAS immediately available to perform the inspection.


T/In

Fire Extinguisher Water Barrel

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Fires Bde Scenario 1


Small Arms
G G
Veh. Staging

PL65
Cap Enemy Ammo

PL65

HA37

PL65

HA37

CAT 1

Veh. Holding

G T/I

Fire Extinguisher Water Barrel

G
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Fires Bde Scenario 1


PAA 1 PAA 2 X

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BSA
BSB DC FMC FSC

PAA 3

ll PAA 4 PAA 5

FSC

PAA 6

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Fires Bde Scenario 1


Scenario Response to a restriction notice

Implications
Doctrine Organization

Current Solution/Shortfall

There are no anticipated changes to the Army modular structure. Monitor Munitions Restrictions and Suspensions is a Lesson Plan that has been embedded in the TRADOC POI scheduled for the MOS 890A series WOBC. Shortfall: CASCOM training only establishes procedures for determining serviceability. Establishing condition codes of ammunition is primary role of a QASAS. MHE

Training

Materiel Leadership Personnel

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Fires Bde Scenario 2


G Scenario: G Your BSB has been given the order to relocate the BSA in support of maneuver operations transitioning from counter-fire support. Veh. Staging The CSR for counter-fire operations was 28 pods/launcher/day. The BSB has established large caches within PAAs that require movement or retrograde. Use your organic assets to move your entire ATHP. There are limited external transportation assets available to move your caches.
Cap Enemy Special Ammo

notes: no rail is available; there isCAT one for use; Veh. Holding 1 four-lane MSR

G
T/In

Fire Extinguisher Water Barrel

G
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Fires Bde Scenario 2


PAA 1 PAA 2 X

ll

BSA
BSB DC FMC FSC

PAA 3

ll PAA 4 PAA 5

FSC

PAA 6

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Fires Bde Scenario 2


Scenario ATHP relocation

Implications
Doctrine Organization

Current Solution/Shortfall

Training

Prepare a Truck Transportation Plan To move Ammunition Overland is a Lesson Plan that has been embedded in the TRADOC POI scheduled for the MOS 890A series WOBC. CASCOM training establishes procedures for determining the number of systems and flat racks needed for transportation. MHE; flat racks vs CROPs

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Unit Remarks
44% Reduction in Fires BDE Ammo Capacity across the BDE in FY12 Sustainment BDEs are the single node of success/failure to the CLV sustainment of the Force FA HQ or CF fight Training, Rehearsals, and synchronization are critical to the success of the ammunition sustainment MHE on the Battlefield is always a planning factor supporting the FSCs and their supported unit

MAJ Corey Woods, 589th BSB, 41st FiB, 254-291-6083

UNCLASSIFIED

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OD Week Topics Review

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OD Week Ammo Breakout Session Menu


DOTMLP Doctrine Priorities ATTP 4-35 ATTP 4-35.1 AMMO ROC Drill July 2011 Document 5k forklifts on R series TOEs Existence of Ammo BNs, which are at risk 89Bs assigned in Forward Support Companies MUST (Munitions Unit Sustainment Training) ATHP Capability ALC 2015/ SBT 5k Small Agile Fork Lift Reduce Ordnance Logistics Burden Materiel MOST (Mobilized Ordnance Specific Training) Installation ASP 89B Ammunition Inspector Training DCG IMT- POI Review Reduce layers of packaging Efficiency improvements to the distribution process Pre-loaded magazines Sustainment Capabilities Based Assessment Remarks

Field SME notification of draft review by prepotency, SKN, Ammo CoP

Organization

Training

Leadership and Education

89B30 Ammunition Inspector WOBC, expansion of Ammo Senior Leader Training ALC/SLC Review 89B grade cap directive 89B50

Tier 1/Tier 2 Tactical Inspections

Personnel

Sustain Net CASCOM Field Visits Surveys Ammo Community feedback forum
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Ammo Breakout Session Topics


1. Munitions Unit Sustainment Training
MOST (Mobilized Ordnance Specific Training) DOL Collateral Training 89B30 QA/QC Training Cost reduction / military skill sets

2. ATHP Capability Study


Storage Handling Explosive Safety

3. Smaller More Agile Forklift for Modular Force


Drive inside ISO 20 containers for stuffing and unstuffing Operate in constrained spaces Transportable using organic PLS

4. 89B Munitions Handlers in Forward Support Companies


Roles and Responsibilities

5. Ammo Community Feedback Forum


CASCOM Ammo Forums Sustain Net Surveys Ammunition Enterprise Seminar requiring personal presence

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8th Ordnance Company


Pre-Deployment Training
FORSCOM Pre Deployment Training Tasks IAW ARFORGEN Blue Grass Army Depot (BGAD) Fort Bragg ASP: SAAS MOD Fort Bragg ASP

Mission Challenges
Mission Overview Joint Base Balad ASP Assessment MOS Proficiency Undermanned ASP

Unit Post Deployment Goals


Fort Bragg ASP MOA Unit Level Training BGAD JRTC/NTC Network for training resources

Recommendations
STP Updates OBC introduce ARTEP/STP SAAS MOD Cross Training HAZMAT/AMMO 62 certification in AIT ASP

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Alibis

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Notes/Due Outs Recap

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Closing Remarks

SKN Live Savings$

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Ammunition Tool Kit


Description: The Ammunition Tool Kit consists of five independent storage chests to store 120 hand tools. The containers include secure storage space for a complete base set of commercial off the shelf (COTS) and government furnished industrial quality tools and equipment needed to perform Field and Sustainment level maintenance on conventional ammunition. Capabilities: Provides the tools and equipment for ammunition soldiers in the Modular Ammunition Company and Ammunition Transfer & Holding Point (ATHP) to receive, store, issue and maintain ammunition in a field environment. Objective: The new Ammunition Tool Kit NSN 4940-01-563-4024 replaces two kits currently in the field with modernized tools and components. The kit is modular, scalable and tailorable to mission requirements. Warfighting Capability: Increases the quantity of serviceable ammunition to the warfighter by providing the necessary tools and equipment to maintain the ammunition. Reduces logistics footprint by providing a specifically designed common tool set for ammunition soldiers to perform two level maintenance.
CW5 Pierce, CASCOM MSD, 804-734-0582, 17 Aug 2011

Unit Cost: $36K Proponent: Ordnance BOI: 1 Per Modular Ammo Platoon (60) ; 1 Per Ammo Transfer Holding Point Section (127); TDA (10) Authorization: 197 On-hand: 85 Shortfall: 112 Mitigation: TPE (9 AF/ 6 Iraq) Funding: 97 Kits FY11, 15 Kits FY12 UNCLASSIFIED

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