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Lesson Plan MPF-10 Deployment Systems

Lesson Plan MPF-10 Deployment Systems

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UNITED STATES MARINE CORPS
EXPEDITIONARY WARFARE TRAINING GROUP, PACIFICN571 DEPARTMENT3423 GUADALCANAL ROADSAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA 92155-5099
LESSON PLAN
INTRODUCTION TO JOINT AND MARINE CORPS DEPLOYMENT SYSTEMS
MPF 10
 MARITIME PREPOSITIONING FORCE (MPF) STAFF PLANNING N30L8QLM REVISED 07/01/2008
APPROVED BY _______________________DATE ______________________
 
MPF 10
(SLIDE 1)INTRODUCTION(3 MIN)
1.
GAIN ATTENTION
. None2.
OVERVIEW 
. Good morning/afternoon my name is ___________. Your next period ofinstruction will be an overview of Joint and Marine Corps Deployment Systems.
(SLIDE 2)
The purpose of this period of this lesson is to provide an introduction to theJoint and Marine Corps automate deployment systems and their interface tosupport joint and naval operations.
(SLIDE 3)
Here are the references for this lesson.(
SLIDES 4 & 5)
I will do this by covering the following Joint Systems and Marine Corps systems.3.
LEARNING OBJECTIVES (LESSON PURPOSE)
a.
TERMINAL LEARNING OBJECTIVES
.(1) With the aid of references, discuss the current automatedInformation Systems used to support MPF operations. Joint and Marine Corpsdeployment systems used to maintain In-transit visibility and Total-assetvisibility.b.
ENABLING LEARNING OBJECTIVES
.(1)With the aid of references, discuss the Joint deployment systemsused to support MPF operations.(2)With the aid of references, discuss the Marine Corps deploymentsystems used to support MPF operations.
INSTRUCTOR NOTE.
Take a minute to read over your TLOs and ELOs. Once everyonelooks up I will know when to begin.4.
 METHOD/MEDIA 
. This lesson will be taught using the informal lecturemethod with the aid of a power point presentation.
INSTRUCTOR NOTE.
Explain Instructional Forms to the students.5.
EVALUATION
. You will be evaluated on this material during the practicalapplication brief on Training Day 5, at ____ in Bldg ____ Rm. ____.
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MPF 10
6.
SAFETY/CEASE TRAINING (CT) BRIEF
. There is no safety or cease training briefassociated with this lesson.
TRANSITION
. Are there any questions about what will be covered, how it will becovered, and how you will be evaluated? Good, now let’s beginning by discussingthe Joint Deployment Systems.___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
(SLIDE 6)BODY(40 MIN)
1.
Joint Deployment Systems
.
(20 Min)
 
a.
Global Command and Control System (GCCS). GCCS was declared the singlesystem of record for the military operation planning at the end of August1996. Thus, it is the joint standard for command and control systems.GCCS is the communications and computer architecture for all joint systemsto operate on. It provides combatant commanders one predominant sourcefor generating, receiving, sharing and using information securely. Itprovides surveillance and reconnaissance information and access to globalintelligence sources as well as data on the precise location of friendlyforces. Enables joint crisis planning, intelligence analysis and support,tactical planning and tactical execution and collaborative planning.
(SLIDE 7)
 b. Time Phases Force Deployment Data (TPFDD). Time-phased Force andDeployment Data development is based on force planning, support planning, andtransportation planning.(1) The TPFDD enables Service components to registers all strategic (inter-theater) sea and air movement requirements for a deployment. The TPFDD is a partof GCCS and is an automated support tool for Joint Operation Planning andExecution System procedures, which are guidelines for conduction jointoperations planning. Normally, all air movement requirements for the next sevendays must be validated within the TPFDD. All sea movement requirements for thenext thirty days must be validated within the TPFDD.
(SLIDE 8)
(2) The supported combatant commander validates the movement requirements toU. S. Transportation Command. The validation process starts at the MajorSubordinat Command Level and works its way all the way up to USTRANSCOM. Thesame is true for redeployments. Normally, all air movement requirements for thenext seven days must be validated within the TPFDD. All sea movementrequirements for the next thirty days must be validated within the TPFDD.
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