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MARINE AVIATION MALSP II & Marine Aviation Logistics Enterprise Information Technology (MAL-EIT) Mobile Facility (MF) Logistics Review Group (LRG) LtCol Vince Clark MALSP II Project Officer, AIR 6.7.2.1 15 JUNE 2010, 1330 UNCLASSIFIED Slide 2 UNCLASSIFIED AGENDA MALSP II Overview o Why Change? o MALSP II Definition o The Iron Mountain o Where we areMALSP Doctrine o Where we are goingMALSP II o MALSP II Project Office Status (Documentation) o Where are we on Road to MALSP II o MALSP II IOC (FY14) / FOC (FY16) o Current Readiness / End-to-End (E2E) Alignment / MALSP II o Transformation Alignment o Transformation from MALSP to MALSP II o MALSP II in Action Marine Aviation Logistics Enterprise IT (MAL-EIT) Overview o MALSP II Project Office Status (Integrated Information Technology) o MALSP II IT Tools Expeditionary Pack-Up Kit (EPUK) o MAL-EIT Road to MALSP II IOC FY14 o Marine Aviation Logistics Enterprise IT Acquisition Strategy (Notional) o Marine Aviation Logistics Enterprise IT Program Schedule o MALSP II IT Notional Roadmap o MALSP II IT Tool Integration (RDT&E:) o EPUK SUITE o MALSP II IT Hardware Sustainment (OPN:) o MALSP II Implementation (O&M,N:) o MAGTF Logistics Integration / Navy Logistics Integration o Enabling the Envisioned End-State Slide 3 MARINE AVIATION MALSP II OVERVIEW UNCLASSIFIED Slide 4 UNCLASSIFIED Why Change? MALSP doctrine does not adequately support. xxx MEF Crisis Response and Limited Contingency Ops x MEB III MEU II SC MAGTF Forcible Entry and Major Operations and Campaigns Shaping the Environment Deterring Adversaries Enabling Civil Authorities Seizing the Initiative Dominating the Enemy Stabilizing the Security Environment Military Engagement, Security Cooperation, and Deterrence (Continuous through all phases) Long War Concept Expeditionary Operations From the Sea Two- Fisted Fighter The Range of Military Operations Traditional ChallengesDisruptive Challenges Irregular ChallengesCatastrophic Challenges Defeat Terrorist Networks Defend Homeland Defense Shape Choice Of Countries At Strategic Crossroads Prevent Acquisition Or Use Of WMD Todays Capability Portfolio = Advisor Group in support of MARFORs Creative force employment and increased capacity enables global sustained forward naval presence GFS 1 SC MAGTF GFS 3 GFS 4 GFS 5 MEU GFS 2 SC MAGTF MEU Force Planning Construct: 9 Inf Bns forward (3 MEU/3 UDP/3 SC MAGTF) 18 Inf Bns conducting full spectrum training 27 Inf Bns Total (202K) operating on 1:2 dwell MPSMPS MPSMPS MAPMAP MPSMPS M C P P- N UDP (3) PCS (2) II MARFORNORTH MARFORAFRICA MARFOREUR MARFORPAC MARCENT MARFORSOUTH III Global Fleet Stations: Maritime security cooperation Operationalizes Naval Operations Concept Sea-based naval headquarters MFR provides 9 Inf Bns as operational reserve Persistent & Episodic EngagementQDR 06 Character of War Train/Advise/Assist Relief Operations Show of Force Peacetime & Crisis Low-Intensity Conflict Mid-Intensity Conflict High-Intensity Conflict Frequency Peace Enforcement Acts of Terrorism Nation-building Selective Strike Limited War Major Combat Global War Noncombatant Evacuation Counterinsurgency Most Likely Most Dangerous Violence and Conflict Intensity Source: MCIA Forcible Entry - MCO Swiftly Defeat The Efforts MCO - Preemption Crisis Response - LCO - Humanitarian Assistance Civil War Slide: 4 Slide 5 UNCLASSIFIED Slide: 5 People Parts IMRL MFs Parts People IMRL MFs MALSPMALSP II MALSP II: A material and non-material family of systems - which includes people, parts, repair capability, IT solutions, and transportation - that enables the aviation logistician to sustain and improve aircraft readiness with speed and agility in any environment or location. MALSP II Definition Slide 6 UNCLASSIFIED The Iron Mountain Slide 7 UNCLASSIFIED Improvement Opportunities Push capable footprint forward People MFs IMRL Parts People MFs IMRL Parts Overall spares package supply effectiveness ~65% Single hitters (items requisitioned one time during 6 month deployment) represent ~33% of total demand ~75% of Single hitters are Not in Stock (NIS) or Not Carried (NC) items Difficult to forecast/eliminate Must increase responsiveness Current I-Level C1/C3 repair capability covers ~33% of repairable items Wide variation of RFI rates and TATs across MALS for same item People* Approx. 700 Marines $273M / Yr Deployed Footprint 241 MMFs Acreage/Power Generation & Distribution/Water/ Subsistence/Force Protection TPFDD/Lift 81 C-17s (241 MFs only) Supply EffectivenessPeople / Facilities Maintenance Effectiveness * Source: The Cost of Iraq, Afghanistan, and Other Global War on Terror Operations Since 9/11 Amy Belasco, Specialist in U.S. Defense Policy and Budget, May 15, 2009 - $390,000K / Deployed Troop / yr Pg. 46 Where we areMALSP Doctrine Slide 8 UNCLASSIFIED Operate in a time domain / leverage transportation Support dispersed Dets, Squadron(-) & Split ARG ops Increase RFI rates & decrease BCMs/TAT thru E2E/CPI & collaboration Reduce NIS/NC & improve system responsiveness Selectively deploy repair capability across nodal log chain to support buffers/TRR Deploy tailored RESP (D - D+30) & operate/manage nodal demand-pull log sustainment chain Rapid/accurate IT enabled Planning & Execution Develop Tailored RESP (D - D+30) Design/Establish nodal demand-pull logistics sustainment chain (>D+30) Redistribute deployed footprint across nodal logistics chain Reduce in-theater Acreage/Power Generation & Distribution/Water/ Subsistence/Force Protection Reduce strategic lift Maintenance & Supply Chain System People / Facilities Changes/Benefits IT / Planning Where we are goingMALSP II Slide 9 UNCLASSIFIED Notional MALSP II Document Tree CONOPS Capstone MALSP II ICD SAMP FRD OCD Software Requirements Spec CDDISP Others MALSP II POA&M SOPs Execution Software Requirements Spec Sense and Respond ICD MALSP II Project Office Status Slide 10 UNCLASSIFIED 10 MALSP II Conceptu alized AirSpeed Implemente d at all USMC MALS ESB Norfolk (CONUS) ESB Norfolk (CONUS) Proof of Concept Consumables Proof of Concept Repairables IT Operational Test Assessment MALSP II IOC (FY-14) MALSP II IOC (FY-14) ESB Bahrain (OCONUS) Where are we? MALSP II Roadmap People Parts IMRL MFs Parts People IMRL MFs MALSPMALSP II 2004 2005-2007 2008-2010 2006-2009 Slide 11 UNCLASSIFIED IOC FY14 Single CONUS or OCONUS site (MALS): - Utilizes RESP Model - I-level operating using CPI methodology (time domain w/ 10 day TRR goal) - Meets specified level of CPI training for COs/XOs and Dept Heads/Chiefs at I level - Receives EPUK release 2 hardware, software & training - Possesses CSP Program elements required to: - Source RESP - Selectively deploy maintenance capability FOC FY16 All sites (MALS): - Utilize RESP Model - Operate I-levels using CPI methodology (time domain w/ 10 day TRR goal) - Meet specified levels of CPI training for COs/XOs and Dept Heads/Chiefs at I level - Receive EPUK release 2 hardware, software & training - Receive LPT v1.0 software w/ expanded RESP Workbook and TPFDD support capability - Possess CSP Program elements required to: - Source RESP - Selectively deploy maintenance capability Slide: 11 MALSP II IOC/FOC Slide 12 UNCLASSIFIED Slide: 12 Current Readiness MALSP II Expeditionary Process Enabler MPF MCAPP IT EDS Governance T-AVB E2E Alignment Business Process Enabler TRANSPORTATION Current Readiness / End-to-End (E2E) Alignment / MALSP II Slide 13 UNCLASSIFIED Transformation Alignment FRCs NAVICP DLA OEM MALSP II E2E AIRSpeedCurrent Readiness ReadinessinGarrison War-Time Capability Agility / Flexibility Responsiveness Proactive Focus Able to Surge Core Capable Units Closing RFT gaps Slide: 13 Slide 14 UNCLASSIFIED Transformation from MALSP to MALSP II Parent MALS (PMALS) Expeditionary Support Base (ESB) Forward Operating Base (FOB) T-AVB (TBD) to this Push highly-capable footprint forward from this Dynamic, demand-pull logistics chain Main Operating Base (MOB) Slide: 14 Slide 15 UNCLASSIFIED MALSP II In Action Slide 16 MARINE AVIATION Marine Aviation Logistics Enterprise Information Technology (MAL-EIT) Overview UNCLASSIFIED Slide 17 UNCLASSIFIED MALSP II Project Office Status Integrated Information Technology (IT) is a Critical Transformation Enabler. Forcing Function: Divestment from MALSP - Transition to MALSP II - Sustainment of CPI - Synchronization of Efforts Slide 18 UNCLASSIFIED MALSP II Project Office Status OWNERSHIP Credibility (capability development and delivery): Non-Fleet Activities and Organizations - Fleet Activities and Organizations - Legitimacy (program of record, defense business system, and investment review board): Non-Fleet Activities and Organizations - Fleet Activities and Organizations - Slide 19 UNCLASSIFIED DoD Logistics Transformation Navy Logistics Integration EXCOMM MSWG MAGTF Logistics Integration NAE Maint and Logistics EA Marine Aviation Logistics Enterprise IT (MAL-EIT) Higher Level Guidance IT Compliance Required Capabilities Policy and Doctrine Technical Constraints COI/Business Process Driven Requirements for Marine AVLOG Enterprise IT (MAL-EIT) included in EXCOMM MSWG Requirements set. Logistics IT EXCOMM M&S WG Strategy MALSP II Project Office IT Status Slide 20 UNCLASSIFIED MALSP II IT TOOL - EXPEDITIONARY PACK-UP KIT Slide 21 UNCLASSIFIED 21 EnrouteSupport Base (ESB) 1QFY11OA MainOperating Base (MOB) 2QFY11OEF Parent MALS (PMALS) NLT 4QFY12 CONUS? ForwardOperating Base (FOB) 2QFY11OEF En-Route Support Base (ESB) Main Operating Base (MOB) Forward Operating Base (FOB) Forward Operating Base FOB (Austere Environment) Main Operating Base (MOB) OOMA OOMA OOMA OOMA OOMA OOMA MALSP II Portal Infrastructure EPUK EPUK EPUK EPUK EPUK MAL-EIT Road to MALSP II IOC FY14 EPUK-2 4QFY12 (LOG IT IN TIME DOMAIN ACROSS A NODAL LAY-DOWN) EPUK-2 4QFY12 (LOG IT IN TIME DOMAIN ACROSS A NODAL LAY-DOWN) GWS ATO THRU (16 OCT 12) 1QFY10NOLA 1QF