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UNITED STATES MARINE CORPS
EXPEDITIONARY WARFARE TRAINING GROUP, PACIFICN571 DEPARTMENT3423 GUADALCANAL ROADSAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA 92155-5099
LESSON PLAN
OFFLOAD PREPARATION PARTY (OPP)
MPF 12
 MARITIME PREPOSITIONING FORCE (MPF) STAFF PLANNING N20L8QM REVISED 07/01/2008 APPROVED BY _______________________DATE ______________________ 
 
MPF 12
INTRODUCTION(3 MIN)
1.
GAIN ATTENTION
.
(Slide 1)
Why is it so important for the ship and equipment to be prepared for offload?How are the ships loaded?
(Slide 2)
2.
OVERVIEW 
. During this lesson we will discuss:
Purpose
Organization
Responsibilities
Command Relationships
Disestablishment
Planning Consideration
(Slide 3)
3.
LEARNING OBJECTIVES (LESSON PURPOSE)
This slide depicts the lesson purpose which is to provide the student withinformation concerning the mission, function, and responsibility of the Off-loadPreparation Party.a.
TERMINAL LEARNING OBJECTIVES
. With the aid of a reference, the studentwill be able to provide the mission, function and responsibility of the OPP inaccordance with MCWP 3-32.b.
ENABLING LEARNING OBJECTIVES
.(1)With the aid of a reference, explain the organization, purpose, andresponsibilities of the OPP in accordance with MCWP 3-32.(2) With the aid of a reference, explainthe command relationship and disestablishment of the OPP in accordance with MCWP3-32.(3) With the aid of a reference, explain the planning considerationinvolved of OPP in accordance with MCWP 3-32.
INSTRUCTOR NOTE.
Take a minute to read over your TLOs and ELOs. Once everyonelooks up I will know when to begin.
MPF 12
 
MPF 12
4. METHOD/MEDIA. This period of instruction will be given using theinformal lecture method aided by a powerpoint presentation.5.EVALUATION. You will be evaluated during the practical application ontraining day 4 and 5.6.SAFETY/CEASE TRAINING (CT) BRIEF. N/A
(Slide 4)
These are the references associated with the lecture.
TRANSITION
. Are there any questions about what we will be covering, how wewill cover it, or how you will be evaluated? Good, now let’s discuss OPP.___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
(Slide 5)BODY(45 MIN)
Key word is “temporary task organization”. There is no command named OPP.The OPP is a team of personnel from various units that have been tasked with acommon mission. In this case, the mission is to prepare the ship and equipmentfor offload. Once that has been achieved, the team is absorbed into anothertask organization or returns to their unit.
(Slide 6)
Based on the above graph, how many ships are being prepared for offload?
(Slide 7)
The rank of the OPP OIC varies on the scope and scale of the offload but it istypically a CDR or LCDR. The OPP OIC will be the XO or CO from ACU, NavalBeach Group, or ACB.
(Slide 8)
Depending on the size and scope of the offload, the AOIC will be a Captain. (O-3) Could be the MEF MPF embark officer.
(Slide 9)
Remember the OPP is a task organization so the personnel on the OPP will switchhats and have a position on the Debark Team.
(Slide 10)
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