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UNITED STATES MARINE CORPS
LESSON PLAN
TRANSFORMATION
MPF 19
MARITIME PREPOSITIONING FORCE (MPF) STAFF PLANNING N20L8QM REVISED 07/01/2008 APPROVED BY _______________________DATE ______________________

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INTRODUCTION(3 MIN)
1.
GAIN ATTENTION
.
(Slide 1)
Now we are going to discuss transformationThe material in this class will be able to help you not only in MPF deploymentsbut also help you understand the basic planning considerations forreconstitution planning that you may be a part of as a staff planner. Thisinformation will also assist the student in the practical exercise portion ofthis course.
(Slide 2)OVERVIEW
. This lesson will provide the student with information Seabasing, the2015 MEB, Maritime Expeditionary Capabilities, Planning considerations and thefive phases of MPF(F).
(Slide 3)
3.
LEARNING OBJECTIVES (LESSON PURPOSE)
To familiarize the student with the concept of seabasing and the pillars of MPF(Future).
TERMINAL LEARNING OBJECTIVES
.1. With the aid of references, discuss the planning considerations forseabasing and MPF(F).
ENABLING LEARNING OBJECTIVE(S):
1. With the aid of references, explain a sea base.2. With the aid of references, explain the terms sea shield and sea strike.3. With the aid of references, explain the role MPF(F) plays within seabasing.
INSTRUCTOR NOTE.
Take a minute to read over your TLOs and ELOs. Once everyonelooks up I will know when to begin.
(Slide 4)
These are the references associated with the lecture.
1.
MCWP 3-32/NWP 3-02.3,
Maritime Prepositioning Force Operations
2.Naval Transformation Roadmap3.Joint Publication 1-024.Sea basing Integration Division Brief, Program Review, March 2008
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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
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 seabasing.___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
. Seabasing Case Study Film
(10:45 MIN)
We are now going to view a short video
(Slide 6)
Play video imbedded in PPT.
(Slide 7)
Are there any questions about the video? If not, let’s continue on withseabasing.
(Slide 8)
Seabasing is the next generation of our Naval Expeditionary Force Powerprojection Concept. The use of the sea as maneuver space is nothing new to ournaval warfighting concept. It creates uncertainty for our adversaries andopportunities for us. In addition, seabasing also makes it easy for us toprotect our forces and provide operational security in anti-access environments.Finally, It gives us the flexibility of responding to a broad range of missionsfrom cooperative security engagements to major combat operations.
(Slide 9)
All of the capabilities above exist in our inventory today.The RRDF provides an assembly platform for staging equipment for in-streamoffload. Our current and future amphibious platforms are well suited forarrival and assembly of forces at sea. The Improved Navy Lighterage Systemprovides a relatively high speed interface for in-stream operations to theshore. Our existing LCACs perform a high speed connector role between theamphibs, the RRDF and the beach.
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