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U.S. Army North (USARNORTH)

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Purpose
Brief the Workshop on:
USARNORTH)/ Joint Force Land Component Command (JFLCC) Overview CONPLAN 3501 “Earthquake” Planning Considerations.

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USNORTHCOM C2
Mission
USNORTHCOM anticipates and conducts Homeland Defense and Civil Support operations within the assigned area of responsibility to defend, protect, and secure the United States and its interests.
U.S. Geographic Combatant Command
PRESIDENT
SECRETARY OF DEFENSE

Relationships
Coordinating COCOM/OPCON Supporting

U.S. Coast Guard

National Guard Bureau

AFNORTH

ARNORTH

MARFORNORTH

JFACC

JFLCC

FLEET FORCES COMMAND

JOINT TASK FORCE ALASKA

JOINT FORCE HEADQUARTERS NATIONAL CAPITAL REGION

JFMCC

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Spectrum of Operations
Characteristics:
DoD’s #1 Not the lead Federal Agency Priority Immediate Response Contingency Based Extraordinary

Unique Area of Responsibility
Specialized Capabilities

Circumstances

Emergency Circumstances

Temporary Circumstances
Execute OPLANS

Special Events
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Transnational Threats

Disaster Relief

Civil Disturbances

CBRNE Incident Mgmt

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USARNORTH Force Array
COL Fowler
COL Jenkins COL Johnson COL Fulton
2 0 1 8 1 1 1 8 1 4 1 9

COL Stanley

COL Freehill

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NORTHCOM Liaison Team

JTF Civil Support COL Mathis HQDA Liaison 63rd TAB (KYNG) 263rd AAMDC (SCNG) COL Mayr 167th TSC (ALNG)

COL Armstrong

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2 6 1 8

COL Young Army Emergency Preparedness Liaison Officers

Defense Coordinating Officer JTF-North

Civil Support Training Group - East

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Regional Defense Coordinating Officer & Element (DCO/E)
Team of 9 OPCON

DCO
Deputy
DSCA Planner

AC Colonel

 Inter-agency Expertise: daily coordination with FEMA, CBP, FBI, USSS, others  Subject Matter Experts for their Region  Fully integrated with States and Region
Region IV DCE Engagement
(Six month period)

USAR LTC
Signal NCO

Operations

AC Major DAC Ops AC SFC

DAC Plnr

AC SFC AC SSG AC SSG

REPLO
USAR COL Tm of 5

SEPLO
USAR COL USAR SFC
Regional Headquarters Federal Engagement State Engagement

The DOD Conduit within each FEMA Region for DSCA

Exercises Base Support Installation Coordination

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Defense Support of Civil Authorities 3 Contingency Command Post (CCP/JTF) (DSCA)
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Defense Coordinating Officer (DCO) When Directed:
- Deploys in support of the Primary Federal Agency (FEMA) - Work Requests for DOD Assistance
DCO
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- Deploys to Incident Area - Coordinates with DCO & State Military Cdr - Command and Control deployed DOD Forces

JTF JF O

FEMA Region State Military Forces (National Guard) VI - First to respond under authority of the
Governor – State Response - Coordinated response with other State emergency management capabilities

FEMA Region IV

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CONPLAN 3501 Defense Support of Civil Authorities
Most Likely Mission

Authority: 08 JSCP CONPLAN 3501 Purpose  Describes DOD support to civil authorities during natural disasters and civil emergencies; the focus is timely, effective, and efficient support to save lives, reduce human suffering, and mitigate great property damage.  Provides developed, all-hazards concept of operations for support provided within the auspices of the NRF.
 DOD response is scalable and tailored to the event and requests for support from civil authorities.  Two primary COAs:

 Notice Events (NSSEs, special events, hurricanes, etc.)  No Notice Events (earthquakes, terrorist attacks, etc.)

 Anticipate and execute a timely and effective response in support of the primary agency during special events and to mitigate the effects of a disaster. Provide appropriate DOD capabilities in a timely manner to assist civil authorities to provide necessary services and recover as quickly as possible. History & Current Status  NC Cdr approved original plan 11 April 06. SecDef signed memo April 07.  3501-08 (1st 9-month Review) approved by SecDef 16 Dec 08. Includes 6 Phases & new NORTHCOM structure.  3501-09 approved by JFLCC CDR 4 MAY 09.  3501-08 Rev 1 – JPEC Review. Includes Earthquake & Hurricane Appendixes, & Caribbean Mass Migration.

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NC CDRs Intent: Anticipate and execute a timely and effective response in support of the primary agency during special events and to mitigate the effects of a disaster. Provide appropriate DOD capabilities in a timely manner to assist civil authorities to provide necessary services and recover as quickly as possible. (a) (U) End State. National authorities (in consultation with local, state and tribal authorities) have determined that military assistance is no longer required, civil authorities are conducting necessary sustainment operations, and OPCON of deployed assets is transferred back to their respective commands. (b) (U) Strategic Objectives (1) Anticipate USNORTHCOM requirements to respond to RFAs from the Primary Agency. (2) Achieve Unity of Effort with local/tribal, state (including National Guard), and other federal responders. (3) Collaborate with DOD, interagency, and intergovernmental partners. (4) Establish interoperable, flexible, and scalable C2 for deployed USNORTHCOM assets. (5) Coordinate closely with the Primary Agency to keep the American people informed.

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CONPLAN 3501 (DSCA)
MISSION: When directed by CDRUSNORTHCOM, USARNORTH, as the JFLCC, deploys JTF/JTFs to C2 Title 10 DOD forces conducting DSCA in the designated AOR to support the PA assisting Federal, State, local or tribal authorities to mitigate effects during special events or natural disasters.
Joint Incident Objectives (UCG provides through DCO) • Conduct situational awareness and determine the extent of follow-on requirements. • Implement measures to ensure the security, health, and safety of emergency response personnel. • Conduct life-saving support in the impacted area, to include the urban search and rescue, and medical support (DMAT, DMORT, VMAT, USAR) and determine effectiveness of current efforts. • Bring life-sustaining support to the impacted area, to include support for sheltering and feeding operations. • Assist in protecting, stabilizing, and restoring critical infrastructure. • Release emergency public information thru the JIC that ensures accurate and targeted communications to the public from all response agencies within the Unified Coordination Group. Information should support managing expectations and in multi-cultural/lingual environments. • Develop a common operating picture and provide accurate reports vertically and horizontally regarding Unified Coordination Group operations. • Identify, utilize and reposition disaster facilities: Points of Distribution, and Field Offices as required for operational effectiveness • Establish disaster facilities: Base Support Installation, Staging Areas. • Identify and validate requirements for and conduct evacuation and mass care to include buses and shelter requirements for people with access and functional needs, people with medical needs, the general population, and pets/service animals. • Query mutual aid resources, to include fire, law, coroner, and public health/medical. • Ensure public safety information systems are operational (911 and tactical radio). • Establish Initial Operating Facility (IOF) in FEMA Operational Area Field Office

Current JFLCC CDRs Intent When directed by CDRUSNORTHCOM, provide DOD capability to minimize the impact of domestic emergencies and special events on the US populace and critical infrastructure by anticipating, planning and executing, a timely, safe, effective and efficient response to requests for DSCA. (a) (U) End State. JFLCC DSCA operations conclude when a transition of incident management takes place between civil authorities and the JFLCC. All JFLCC personnel conduct redeployment operations and return to their home station. (b) (U) Key Tasks. 1. (U) Deploy DCO/E to assist and coordinate with the Primary Agency. 2. (U) Alert and assemble NSAT/JTF/OCP/MCP and on order deploy NSAT and or JTFs/OCPs to respond to DSCA CM incident requirements. 3. (U) Provide flexible and effective C2 of designated DOD response forces. 4. (U) Set the theater to support USNORTHCOM Land Operations and provide theater level support to the AOR and JOA(s). 5. (U) Effectively and efficiently execute Mission Assignments (MAs). 6. (U) Anticipate DOD requirements to rapidly provide DSCA to the PA IAW the NRF. 7. (U) Conduct JRSOI. 8. (U) Acquire, manage, and distribute reimbursable budget authority (RBA)- UJTL OP 4.8. 9. (U) Achieve unity of effort with local/tribal, state and other federal responders. 10. (U) Maintain and share a Common Operational Picture.

Operational Objectives: 1. DOD response capabilities trained and Postured to support. 2. Timely effective Civil Support is provided. 3. Civil authorities requirements for public health and welfare are met. 4. Interagency recovery infrastructure established. 5. Public opinion is favorable to DOD response.

Lines of Effort: Main Effort: JTF-XX (CP XXXXXXX) Task: Conduct DSCA ISO Event XXXX. Purpose: Save lives, alleviate human suffering. Supporting Effort: JTF-XX (FT XXXXX) Task: Purpose: Shaping Effort: JTF-XXXXX (FT XXXXX) Task: Purpose: Shaping Effort: JTF-N Task: Conduct MSCLEA along the US Border. Purpose: Deter and detect illegal activities along the US Borders

Anticipated DOD SPT / MA Assignments 1. SAR 2. Emergency medical response/care 3. Patient transport/evacuation 4. Life support functions 5. Supply distribution 6. Recovery support 7. DOD facility support (BSI, NLSA) 8. Mortuary affairs 9. Restoration of basic utilities 10. Infrastructure repair 11. Debris clearance 12. Environmental clean-up 13. MDMS Patient MVMT 14. EMER Route Clearance 15. AIRLIFT SPT (DMAT, VMAT, DMORT) 16. HVY/MED LIFT HELO SUPPORT 17. COMMUNICATION SUPPORT

CAMPAIGN OBJECTIVES
LOSS OF LIFE MINIMIZED CONDITIONS
• Search and Rescue operations completed • Medical infrastructure has capacity to support medical needs of populace • Threat to population from Earthquake or hazardous spills mitigated • Air/land evacuation of special needs and casualties • Urban Search and Rescue Operations • Medical support to hospitals, evacuation points and shelters • Medical supplies management and distribution • Conduct hazardous spill CM

3500 TRIGGER = MAN-MADE CBRNE EVENT
PUBLIC HEALTH & WELFARE NEEDS MET • Medical infrastructure has capacity to support routine medical needs • Logistic distribution capacity meets population needs • Public shelters are sufficient to meet the needs of population • Provide critical resource logistic and distribution • Conduct debris removal • DOD medical support to hospitals, evacuation points and shelters • Support Shelter functions

3502 TRIGGER = CDO EXCEDES T32 CAPIBILITIES
PUBLIC CONFIDENCE IN RESPONSE CONDITIONS ACTIONS

RE-ESTABLISH PUBLIC INFRASTRUCTURE CONDITIONS
• Public utilities (power, water, sewer) infrastructure has capacity to support routine medical needs • Public transportation network population needs • Debris is removed to the level that recovery infrastructure meets the needs of population • Repair public utilities

CONDITIONS

• Media reporting positive •Public requests for assistance at a level where Recovery Infrastructure capable support

ACTIONS

• Embed media in DOD operations • Evacuate and shelter citizens • Conduct search and rescue • DOD in JIC (common themes Talking points.

ACTIONS

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ACTIONS

• Clear road networks • Clear debris from Air and Sea Ports

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ANTICIPATE
DP 1: - Alert / Deploy DCO as DCLNO.

RESPOND
DP 2: - Deploy DCO/E, NSAT, and REPLOS. - Deploy OCP. - Preposition 167th TSC (-)/ JRSOI Team. - Deploy external LNOs. -Initiate movement for communications -support for OCP & C2 aircraft. - Issue WARNORD for responding forces.

OPERATE
DP 3: - Deploy Forces

STABILIZE

TRANSITION
DP 4: - Redeployment of forces

1

- Alert / Deploy NSAT and EPLOs. - Request LNOs. - Initiate MCP. - Request IA and/or other augmentation.

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3

4

- Determine NSAT deployment location.

ANTICIPATE  Begins with ID of a potential DSCA Mission, a no-notice event or when directed by the SecDef or President  Ends when pre-identified response forces are deployed  Success equals deployment of DCO/DCE, EPLOs & other selected response forces

RESPOND  Begins with deployment of Initial Response Capabilities

OPERATE Begins when DSCA response operations commence..

STABILIZE Begins when military & civilian authorities decide that DOD support will scale down.  Ends when DOD support is no longer required by civil authorities and transition criteria are established.  Success is achieved when all operational aspects of MAs are complete.

REDEPLOYMENT Begins with the redeployment of remaining DOD forces.  Ends when response forces have been relieved, redeployed, and OPCON is transferred to their respective commands.  Success achieved when DOD forces have transitioned all operations back to civil authorities

 Ends when response forces are ready to conduct operations in the JOA
 Success is deployment of forces with enough capability to support civil authorities and conduct the mission

 Ends when deployed T10 forces are present in sufficient numbers and capabilities to perform Mission Assignments.  Success is achieved when conditions are set for transition to stabilizing operations in preparation for transition to civil authorities.

NOTE: Phase 0 (Shape) is an continuous process of situational awareness and preparedness

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UNCLASSIFIED Earthquake EXAMPLE

JFLCC Mission
When directed by the CDR USNORTHCOM, USARNORTH, as the JFLCC, deploys JTF/JTFs to command and control Title 10 DOD response forces conducting DSCA operations in the designated AOR, to support the Primary Agency assisting federal, state, local or tribal authorities to mitigate effects of special events during special events.

•Approximately 11 million people at high risk •8-9 million Rural POP. 160-200 Cities
St. Louis 1.5 -2 Million

Memphis 1-1.5 Million

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Questions

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