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Brief Descriptions/Mission Statements……..….3-5 Comparisons……………………………….……..6-8 Contact Information/Reference Links…….……9-10 Capabilities CONCAP…………………….…….11-12 Capabilities LOGCAP……………………....…..13-19 Capabilities AFCAP………………………..……20-26 Examples of Contracts in Action…………..…..27-31
concrete. piers. and radiological situations. Crete. Brief Descriptions/Mission Statements: -CONCAP (Construction Capabilities Contract): CONCAP is the U. containment and processing facilities. • • The Program Manager for CONCAP is Atlantic Division. U. ammunition storage sites. both in Hawaii and on the West Coast of CONUS. and environmental restoration Operation of power generation. LOGCAP and AFCAP) and rapidly determine the appropriate mechanism during contingencies. These areas are followed by more in-depth looks at each of the contracts capabilities and examples of how each have been used. The initial contracts were solicited in 1995 and since then CONCAP missions have been conducted in Haiti and elsewhere in the Caribbean. Logistics Civil Augmentation Program [PM LOGCAP] is assigned to the AMC Field Support Command (FSC). Bosnia. One facet of the FSC mission is to provide a synchronized single face to customers of the Army Materiel Command.SMART BOOK FOR CONCAP/LOGCAP/AFCAP The purpose of this SMART BOOK is a quick reference guide for engineers to be able to assess the capabilities of the three main military standing construction/ service contracts (CONCAP. rehabilitation. fire fighting facilities. The Program Manager. operation of transportation depots and warehouses. chemical. troop berthing and billeting facilities. Army Field Support . Navy program. and at Camp Lejeune. the Azores. Transition to HQ. Naval Facilities Engineering Command (LANTDIV) located at Norfolk.S. water treatment plants and water wells. LANTDIV oversees two regional CONCAP contractor operations supporting Atlantic Fleet on the East Coast and Pacific Fleet. Virginia. After brief descriptions. operation of decontamination equipment and facilities. -LOGCAP (Logistics Civil Augmentation Program): LOGCAP is the US Army program. bridges and causeways. and medical clinics and field hospitals Electric power generation and distribution Construction. and POL facilities Services such as garbage disposal and recycling.S. and operation of communication facilities. soils engineering. area decontamination for bacterial. sewage treatment plants. roads. there is a capabilities comparison and contact information. Capabilities provided by the contractor include the following: • • • • • Airfield runway and facilities repair Dredging Construction or repair of hardened facilities. The OSC mission includes integration. rail facilities. coordination and synchronization of AMC customer support provided by worldwide AMC elements. and asphalt plants. North Carolina.
The AFCAP tool is only available for contingency situations and designed for rapid design/construction. degree of requirements definition or task stability. AFCAP was initially conceived and implemented to provide Civil Engineer (CE) and Services (SV) personnel a contract force multiplier. AFCAP consists of five key players. 1) the customer. U. This program provides the Army with additional means to adequately support the current and programmed forces. forces in support of Department of Defense (DoD) missions. or where peacetime support contracts exist.S. IAW AMC Permanent Order 83-5. where other contractors are involved. There were neither structural changes nor movement of personnel. LOGCAP is a Department of the Army Program which includes all pre-planned logistics and engineering/construction oriented contingency contracts actually awarded and peacetime contracts which include contingency clauses. Army continually seeks to increase its combat potential within programmed resource allocations. LOGCAP is a U. However. The intent was to augment CE. responsive solutions to meet urgent realities of today. U. Official transfer of the budget did not occur until the 2nd QTR FY 01. LOGCAP is also available during Continental United States (CONUS) mobilizations to assist the CONUS support base and help units get ready for war. service contracts and logistics/commodity solutions. For example. contracts can be tailored into firm-fixed price.S. Use of contractors in a theater of operations allows the release of military units for other missions or to fill support shortfalls. The U. SV and logistics capabilities during worldwide contingency operations. Depending on urgency. -AFCAP (Air Force Contract Augmentation Program): AFCAP is the US Air Force Program (through AFCESA).S. organization. 3) AFCAP program managers located at HQ .S. AFCAP is a cost reimbursement or firm-fixed price contract tool providing cost effective. AFCAP is a contingent tool to provide Civil Engineer & Services personnel with a force multiplier by leveraging use of the commercial sector in meeting urgent mission requirements. LOGCAP is primarily designed for use in areas where no bilateral or multilateral agreements exist. and resources to the FSC. the Logistics Civil Augmentation Program was officially realigned from HQ.Command (FSC). Army initiative for peacetime planning for the use of civilian contractors in wartime and other contingencies. Army Materiel Command to the HQ. dated 23 Mar 00 (Provisional) and Permanent Order 280-1. LOGCAP may provide additional support in areas with formal Host Nation Support (HNS) agreements. dated 06 Oct 00.S. only transfer of mission. the contractor’s force could relieve active duty and air reserve component (total force) personnel from sustainment tasks to ensure fundamental military missions remained fully staffed and operationally ready. This occasionally requires pursuit of external sources to provide adequate logistics support for the force. cost-plus fixed fee or costplus award fee task orders. Army Field Support Command. 2) MAJCOM Civil Engineer or Director of Services. These contractors will perform selected services to support U.
power plants. quality assurance and task order surveillance. The MAJCOM Civil Engineer/Director of Services (or delegated individual) provides resource advocacy. AFCAP can be the right choice to satisfy increased support requirements and sustain forward locations facing extended operational life. The AFCAP contract has provided continuity . operation. infrastructure and facility construction. AFCAP can perform any task expected from a CE. and even rock quarry operations and concrete batch plants. longer. or RED HORSE squadron. contracted EOD support can be for range clearance operations only. and 5) the six AFCAP contractors (Bechtel. sustainment.many AFCAP contractor personnel have been deployed for one year.AFCESA/CEXX. revitalization. 4) AFCAP contracting officers (AETC Contracting Detachment at AFCESA). site restoration. Basically. Readiness Management Support.tear-down. with only a few exceptions. DynCorp. clean-up. environmental restoration. the products and services can include: planning & design. AFCAP is not allowed to run a mortuary operation (inherently Governmental) and cannot operate field exchanges. Power production and professional engineers are two examples across Southwest Asia. Public Law limits contracted support for CONUS fire crash rescue to only circumstances where a shortfall is caused by military deployments. AFCAP can and has provided everything from air traffic controllers. reconstitution . URS & Washington Group). CH2M Hill. The initial response and force beddown for military operations or exercise scenarios cannot be contracted out. For civil engineers. SV. The customer is responsible for providing on-site contract administration. or in many cases. heavy equipment leases. The AFCESA AFCAP program managers work as an interface between customers and the AFCAP contracting officers to solidify requirements available under this contract. disaster recovery (terrorist or natural disaster). maintenance. . appropriate programming and guidance on execution method to complete tasks. Also. Air Force policy imposes a few constraints on AFCAP use. and the list goes on. WRM equipment augmentation. repacking. Lastly.
) • Structural fire protection and fire crash rescue • Unexploded ordnance (UXO) technician • Emergency management • Professional engineering . messing. sewage. construction. Logistics Support and Services Capabilities contract for a wide range of services. production) Construction related personnel support (berthing. MLO. • Installation Support Svs • Fill military personnel shortfalls • Sustainment • Reconstitution • Home station backfills • Contingent Logistics • War reserve materiel augmentation • Vehicles & heavy equip • Leases • Humanitarian relief spt • Construction • Expeditious planning. disaster/base recovery • Site restoration • Carpentry • Plumbing • Electrical • Mechanical (HVAC) • Heavy equipment • Painting • Power production • Food service • Lodging management • Recreational services • Housekeeping services • Laundry operation • Utility plant operations (e. • Laundry • Shuttle Bus Services • Food Services • Base Camp Op & Maint • Direct Support Equipment Maintenance • Transportation • Air Terminal Services • Fire Fighting Services • Hazardous Waste Management (HAZMAT) • Class I-IX goods • Clothing Exchange and Bath • Laundry • Clothing Repair • Food Service • Mortuary Affairs • Sanitation • Billeting • Facilities Management • MWR • Information Management Personnel Support • Maintenance • Transportation • Medical Services • Engineering & Construction • Signal • Retrograde • Power Generation • Power Distribution • Stamis Operations AFCAP A Construction. concrete and asphalt plants Project Planning Contingency construction Related construction support (quarry.Comparisons: WHAT THE CONTRACTS ARE: CONCAP A Construction Capabilities contract for design. Logistics Support and Services Capabilities contract for a wide range of services. design/build • Emergency support. solid waste disposal. etc.g. waste disposal) Material Procurement for construction effort Facilities maintenance (related to construction LOGCAP A Construction. water. and engineering services only. Horizontal/Vertical Const Runways Roads Bridges/Causeways Piers Demo/Cleanup Housing Repairs Depot/Warehouses • Clinics & Field Hospitals Operation / Maintenance Facilities • Communication Facilities • Ammunition storage facilities • Berthing/messing facil Specialty Construction/ Engineering • Dredging • POL Facilities • Aerial Photography • Soils Engineering • Environmental Restoration • Operation of power generation..
NOT a supply contract CANNOT do large scale construction projects NOT capable of mortuary affairs or field exchange • • • HOW THEY STACK UP ADMINISTRATIVELY: . not intended to replace all of the functions and capabilities of the military engineer • NOT equivalent to the Army’s LOGCAP nor Air Force’s AFCAP Contracts • NOT a logistics contract. CANNOT do large scale construction projects.. support services) that do not support a construction effort • NOT equipped to carry out military defense or offense.e. so the LOGCAP Contractor cannot order equipment and material on behalf of various Government units.effort) • Project and program mgt WHAT THE CONTRACTS ARE NOT: CONCAP • NOT Non-construction (i. Services incidental to construction only • NOT Force support LOGCAP • AFCAP • • NOT a supply contract. CANNOT provide ongoing support to a location that has exclusively foreign national soldiers.
mil/LOGCAP Mr Don Trautner DSN 656-4163 -AFCAP (Air Force Contract Augmentation Program): AFCAP Government Web Site: (accessable only from a "dot-mil" or "dot-gov" computer only) https://wwwmil.mil chris.amc.smil. PE Contingency Engineer 757-322-8302 DSN 312-262-8302 Cell 757-339-6111 firstname.lastname@example.org/Directorate/CEX/docs/AFCAPOverview1Feb06. USN.afcesa.ppt AFCAP Concept of Operations: .mil -LOGCAP (Logistics Civil Augmentation Program): http://email@example.com@lantnavfac.mil/Directorate/CEX/CEXX/AFCAP/default.navy.army.cascom. PE Assistant Contingency Engineer 757-322-8318 DSN 312-262-8318 Cell 757-544-2383 james.Contact Information/Reference Links: -CONCAP (Construction Capabilities Contract): CDR Paul Odenthal.afcesa.htm https://www.af.af.html AFCAP Government Web Site: (public web site) http://www.mil firstname.lastname@example.org AFCAP basic briefing: https://email@example.com paul. PE Assistant Contingency Engineer 757-322-8407 DSN 312-262-8407 firstname.lastname@example.org/cex/cexx/cex_afcap.navy.mil/userdocuments/periodicals/agrams/2006/Agram%200602%20AFCAP. CEC.asp AFCAP fact sheet: http://www.mil James Gale.mil/cssbl/LOGCAP.mil Christopher Reich.smil.navy.
Greg Ansley HQ AFCESA/CEXR 139 Barnes Drive. 6139. & 6294 FAX DSN: 523-6383. & 6294 Comm: (850) 283-6216. James Garred & Mr. MSgt Gerald Showers & Dr. FL 32403-5319 DSN: 523-6216. Suite 1 Tyndall AFB.afcesa. FAX Comm: (850) 283-8491 . Todd Cook HQ AFCESA/CEBC 139 Barnes Drive.af.pdf AFCAP Progam Managers Mr. FL 32403-5319 Voice DSN: 523-6344/6359. Voice Comm: (850) 283-6344/6359 FAX DSN: 523-8491. Wayland Patterson.mil/Directorate/CEX/CEXX/AFCAP/AFCAP %20CONOPS%20Vol%20II. FAX Comm: (850) 283-6383 AFCAP (24/7) DSN: 523-2273 (5-AFCAP-5) AFCAP (24/7) Comm: (850) 774-2773 or 532-0929 AFCAP Procurement Contracting Officers Mr. Suite 1 Tyndall AFB.Volume 1: https://wwwmil.mil/Directorate/CEX/CEXX/AFCAP/AFCAP %20CONOPS%20Vol%20I.pdf Volume 2: https://wwwmil.afcesa.af. 6139.
Italy in 1999. but standard government contracts were often too slow and cumbersome to support such situations. All the taskings for CONCAP haven’t been for natural disasters. Florida Keys. Two months later. equipment. The second CONCAP Contract ($300 million over five years) was awarded to Brown & Root Services. CONCAP’s purpose is to have a contractor available before an exigent situation develops. and services to support the Navy in war. and Mississippi. In 1996 CONCAP was put to the test. In 2001 the contract was employed for repairs to a NASA runway in Morocco and in 2002 CONCAP built detention facilities at Guantanamo Bay. The first contract was awarded in 1995. CONCAP provides for indefinite deliveries and quantities using a cost-plusaward-fee contract for design. materials. and military operations other than war. The CONCAP workforce increased to over 600. engineering. scheduling.Capabilities: -CONCAP (Construction Capabilities Contract): The Navy's civilian augmentation program is called Construction Capabilities (CONCAP). Required services include program planning. transportation. with CONCAP covering about $15 million. This program was started to enhance the Naval Facilities Engineering Command's ability to respond to global contingencies. there is an austere contingency environment. CONCAP is suitable for those situations in which the mission parameters exceed normal acquisition timing. travel and everything needed to give the Navy a quick response for civilian construction contract capability. CONCAP was used to design a road between Grozde and Sarajevo in Bosnia during 1996. Haiti. Damage estimates were about $30 million. such as Somalia. In 1998. the Caribbean. Hurricane Fran hit North Carolina Sept. with a goal of early mobilization and startup construction. Hurricane Bertha hit North Carolina with sustained winds of 100 mph on Friday July 12. construction management and quality control. and facility requirements are not well-defined. 1996. labor. In 1998 CONCAP responded to hurricanes in North Carolina and Virginia. The next day the CONCAP contractor was on Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune. though sometimes termed Contingency Capabilities (CONCAP). construction. having been staged when Bertha threatened the east coast. The immediate need was to supplement the capabilities of local commanders and regional resources. Crete to construct a sewage treatment plant. a division of . and Hurricane Andrew required Navy contracting officers to react to emergency requirements. CONCAP was used along with Navy Seabees in Souda Bay. 5 adding another $15 million in work to the repair effort. disaster recovery. design. holding tank and pumping stations. Cuba. Contingencies. The CONCAP workforce grew to over 400. The contractors will provide the personnel. The Contingency Construction Capabilities (CONCAP) contract provides the Navy and Marine Corps with a responsive contracting vehicle and a large civilian contractor at the ready to respond to contingencies or natural disasters. and for urgent runway repairs at Aviano AB.
CONCAP was used along with Navy Seabees in Souda Bay. In 1998 CONCAP responded to hurricanes in North Carolina and Virginia. CONCAP’s purpose is to have a contractor available before an exigent situation develops. with a goal of early mobilization and startup construction. in April 2001. transportation.Kellogg Brown & Root Services. equipment. such as Somalia. and Mississippi. . It also frees up Seabees to support the fight. Haiti. Hurricane Bertha hit North Carolina with sustained winds of 100 mph on Friday July 12. The next day the CONCAP contractor was on Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune. scheduling.. construction management and quality control. Va. The CONCAP workforce grew to over 400. Crete to construct a sewage treatment plant. The contract specifies what may be required and includes time parameters for setting up quick. with CONCAP covering about $15 million. 5 adding another $15 million in work to the repair effort. All the taskings for CONCAP haven’t been for natural disasters. engineering. VA. labor. The first contract was awarded in 1995. behind-the-lines facility support for troops. In 1996 CONCAP was put to the test. the Caribbean. Arlington. Damage estimates were about $30 million. The contractors will provide the personnel. Cuba. having been staged when Bertha threatened the east coast. 1996. holding tank and pumping stations. In 1998. Hurricane Fran hit North Carolina Sept. but standard government contracts were often too slow and cumbersome to support such situations. and for urgent runway repairs at Aviano AB. Florida Keys. Arlington. CONCAP was used to design a road between Grozde and Sarajevo in Bosnia during 1996. Italy in 1999. travel and everything needed to give the Navy a quick response for civilian construction contract capability. CONCAP helps the Navy stay within its force ceilings and frees uniformed Navy personnel for contingency operations. In 2001 the contract was employed for repairs to a NASA runway in Morocco and in 2002 CONCAP built detention facilities at Guantanamo Bay. materials. The second CONCAP Contract ($300 million over five years) was awarded to Brown & Root Services. design. a division of Kellogg Brown & Root Services. The CONCAP workforce increased to over 600. Contingencies. The Contingency Construction Capabilities (CONCAP) contract provides the Navy and Marine Corps with a responsive contracting vehicle and a large civilian contractor at the ready to respond to contingencies or natural disasters. The current CONCAP contract for 1 base year with 4 option years of worldwide coverage was awarded to Brown & Root Services (now Halliburton KBR) in on 22 May 2001. The contract. Required services include program planning. Two months later. calls for a broad range of capabilities in both vertical and horizontal construction scenarios. and Hurricane Andrew required Navy contracting officers to react to emergency requirements. awarded by the Atlantic Division of the Naval Facilities Engineering Command (LANTDIVNAVFAC).
Here are just so • • • • • Fa ie a dSy cilit s n s V h &Eq ip e icle u m M or Pool O e ot p ra FoodSe rvice /Com Airfie O e t ld p ra ion .-LOGCAP (Logistics Civil Augmentation Program): LOGCAP Ca LOGCAP is a Department of the Army (DA) capstone program that includes pre-planned. The Contractor is also required to prepare formal Internal Operating Procedures (IOP) to support the implementation of a contingency plan anywhere in the world. they are flexible enough to provide support to other Services. pre-awarded logistics and engineering/construction support augmentation contracts. the program is the most widely known Army contract for support augmentation.S. The USAMC Support Contract is an umbrella contract under LOGCAP that is centrally funded by DA for planning and is user funded during execution. Nationals. however. The contract requires a commercial vendor to prepare civilian augmentation contingency support plans to provide expeditious logistics services and engineering and construction augmentation support with reasonable assurance of success and within reasonable cost. Army Service Component Command (ASCC) contingency support contracts. All LOGCAP contracts support Army missions. LOGCAP is intended to provide an umbrella contract supporting the advanced acquisition planning processes accomplished in conjunction with Army Major Command (MACOM) operational planning for use during wartime or military emergencies. Since DA centrally funds LOGCAP. Third Country Nationals [TCN]. It focuses on prioritized peacetime contingency planning for civilian (U. Coalition Forces as well as Other Governmental Agencies.S. Army Materiel Command (USAMC) Support Contract are prime examples of civilian augmentation contracts which fall under the auspices of the LOGCAP. and Local Nationals [LN]) augmentation logistics and engineering/construction services support as determined by the COMBATANT COMMANDs. Pre-planned sustainment contracts such as Combatant Command (COCOM) contingency support contracts. and the U. and ASCC Commanders.
CLASS IX (REPAIR PARTS) FIELD SERVICES OTHER OPNS & SERVICES . scope. USAMC’s Army Field Support Command executes and manages the program and is the Procuring Contracting Office for the contract and its task orders Concept a. The plan’s Statement of Work (SOW) objectives are derived from identified and/or anticipated Customer requirements and from lessons learned during previous LOGCAP EVENTS.INFORMATION MANAGEMENT . LOGCAP planning concept identifies and establishes joint planning cells with USAMC. SUPPLY OPERATIONS . and interrelated factors – mission.STAMIS OPERATIONS Figure 1: LOGCAP Technical Areas c. Contractor support must be integrated within a specific timeline as determined by the supported COMBATANT COMMAND and ASCC. b. The wide range of possible scenarios. and magnitude of three overarching. Forces and in support of Department of Defense (DOD) missions.CLASS IV (CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS) .FACILITIES MANAGEMENT .TRANSPORTATION .MORTUARY AFFAIRS . and consumable costs for the service support missions shown in Figure 1.Responsibilities a.BULK & PKG) .FOOD SERVICE . LOGCAP provides an augmentation capability to support Combat Support/Combat Service Support (CS/CSS) requirements not covered by other means. S. requires a set of assumptions upon which the contractor can determine staffing size and mix.RETROGRADE .POWER GENERATION AND DISTRIBUTION . The concept is to pre-plan during peacetime for use of the contractor’s global commercial vendor resources to provide or perform selected services in wartime and other contingencies to augment U. shown in Figure 2.CLASS VIII (MEDICAL SUPPLIES) . Department of the Army (HQDA).PERSONNEL SUPPORT . LOGCAP is designed to be an overall force multiplier by augmenting existing logistics forces and/or capabilities while taking advantage of the expertise and capabilities of civilian corporations.CLASS II (ORGANIZATIONAL CLOTHING & EQUIPMENT & ADMIN SUPPLIES) .LAUNDRY . The U. The HQ.CLOTHING EXCHANGE & BATH . LOGCAP is promulgated by Army Regulation (AR) 700-137. variable. c.CLOTHING REPAIR . Army Materiel Command (USAMC) is the Army’s Executive Agent for LOGCAP.SANITATION .MAINTENANCE .MWR . b. d. and the LOGCAP contractor planners.CLASS I (RATIONS & WATER) . .BILLETING .ENGINEERING AND CONSTRUCTION .MEDICAL SERVICES . COMBATANT COMMAND/MACOM/ASCC.SIGNAL .S. Office of the Army G-4 is the DA Proponent for LOGCAP.CLASS VII (MAJOR ITEMS) . The LOGCAP contractor has fully planned and determined staffing.CLASS VI (PERSONAL DEMAND ITEMS) .CLASS III (POL . equipment. supported force and location.CLASS V (AMMUNITION) . LOGCAP support requirements will be determined by the nature.
a) . LOGCAP is the method of choice for augmenting sustainment support capabilities for virtually all the Combatant Commanders and a host of Army customers.LATIN AMERICA .CARIBBEAN .SOUTH ASIA . This program is a capability multiplier that uses civilian contractor capabilities to provide sustainment support to the Army.PEACEBUILDING .FORCE COMPOSITION POTENTIAL OPERATIONS . 1.BALTICS .“OPERATIONS…OTHER THAN WAR -. One such program was the Logistics Civil Augmentation Program (LOGCAP). methods.MIDDLE EAST .PEACE ENFORCEMENT .STRIKES . engineering services and planning.CIVIL SUPPORT .RESOURCES .TERRAIN .ARABIAN PENINSULA .PEACE OPERATIONS -.SHOW OF FORCE .COUNTERINSURGENCY .SE ASIA (ISLANDS . It is designed as a menu of capabilities available to the commander.NORTH AFRICA .1) “WARTIME AND OTHER CONTINGENCIES” “CONUS MOBILIZATIONS” AMC PAM 700-30 (p.HNS .RAIDS .NEO . and programs to provide sustainment support to the Army.JOINT .HUMANITARIAN ASSISTANCE” SOW (1.“WARTIME AND OTHER CONTINGENCIES” .DISASTER RELIEF . .e.WEATHER .SANCTIONS ENFORCEMENT .FOREIGN INTERNAL DEFENSE .1.COMBAT OPERATIONS .FORCE SIZE .” SOW (2.INSURGENCY SUPPORT .EAST & NE ASIA .2.COUNTERTERRORISM .SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA .HORN OF AFRICA . and may be requested in whole or in part whenever it is determined to be the best and most cost effective method for providing the support.HUMANITARIAN ASSISTANCE .LOGCAP provides a contractor capability to augment Army forces when needed in logistics.PEACEKEEPING .COUNTERDRUG .COALITION PLANNING (PER SOW) TIMELINE ACTUAL (TBD) NTP ? S+? S+? Figure 2: Potential LOGCAP Scenarios LOGISTICS CIVIL AUGMENTATION PROGRAM (LOGCAP) WHAT IS LOGCAP? The reductions in the Army’s logistics structure that occurred when the Army downsized in the early 90's required the creation of new concepts.CONUS MOBILIZATION POTENTIAL LOCATIONS . 3) .NATION ASSISTANCE .SE ASIA (MAINLAND) . It does not replace Army units or other contractors.ANTITERRORISM .COMBINED . “SUPPORT THE FORCE AT ANY WORLDWIDE SITE.EUROPE .
LOGCAP may provide additional support in areas with formal Host Nation Support (HNS) agreements. where other contractors are involved. Use of contractors in a theater of operations allows the release of military units for other missions or to fill support shortfalls. However. LOGCAP is primarily designed for use in areas where no bilateral or multilateral agreements exist. or where peacetime support contracts exist. Army initiative for peacetime planning for the use of civilian contractors in wartime and other contingencies.LOGCAP Supporting the Battlefield Part of the Army’s History Part of the Army’s Future THE FUTURE FORCE 2015 E TIV EC FF E ST CO ES ITI BIL PA CA R LIE TIP UL EM RC FO CIV LOGCAP is a network of corporate partners.S. This program provides the Army with additional means to adequately support the current and programmed forces. LOGCAP is managed in the private sector by a major corporation (the current LOGCAP contractor is Kellogg. LOGCAP is also available during Continental United States (CONUS) mobilizations to assist the CONUS support base and help units get ready for war. forces in support of Department of Defense (DoD) missions. contract for services. and a worldwide database of vendors who can provide supplies and services anywhere on the globe.S. a database of personnel with wide ranging military logistics. This occasionally requires pursuit of external sources to provide adequate logistics support for the force. Army continually seeks to increase its combat potential within programmed resource allocations. and provide the Army with the flexibility of corporate capital to leverage such capability. Brown and Root) with worldwide capabilities to hire people. LOGCAP is a Department of the Army Program which includes all pre-planned logistics and engineering/construction oriented contingency contracts actually awarded and peacetime contracts which include contingency clauses that: . These contractors will perform selected services to support U. LOGCAP is a U.S. engineering and tactical experience. The U.
Doctrine. 1985 LOGCAP was established with the publication of AR 700-137. Other areas where LOGCAP has been implemented include: LOGCAP RESPONSIBILITIES • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Program Management and Principal LOGCAP Agent Contract Administration. Management and Execution USAMC Personnel Training. REadiness and Deployability Validation of Contractor Readiness and Capabilities Contractor Risk Mitigation Management USAMC.S. Publications and Training Current and Long Range Program Force Support Planning.S. The first comprehensive multifunctional LOGCAP Umbrella Support contact was awarded by the USACE in August 1992 and was used in December 1992 to support all U. Policy. The newly established program was used in 1988 when the Third United States Army (TUSA) requested that the U. USACE and DCMA / DLA Partnering Agreements LOGCAP Family of Plans Development and Management support of Three Simultaneous Events USAR LOGCAP Support Unit (LSU) Operational Control Worldwide LOGCAP Assistance and Training Visits Worldwide On-site Exercise Participation and Support Annual LOGCAP Warfighter Exercise (AORs) Annual Worldwide Requirements Conference Quarterly Worldwide AOR Assistance Visits Concepts. Development and Resourcing Theater Support Command Habitual Relationships • Unique Contract With Nearly Limitless Contingency Support Capabilities. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) contract out a management plan to construct and maintain two petroleum pipeline systems in Southwest Asia in support of contingency operations. .The Army has used contractors to provide supplies and services during both peacetime and contingencies dating back to the Revolutionary War. Services and United Nations (UN) forces in Somalia. On December 6.
However.• • • • • • • • • • • • 24/7 Umbrella Support contract Covering U. Army's Premier Choice for Force Augmentation Support. Extensive Family of Plans: Worldwide Support Through Specific Missions & Army Transformation.S. What type of services can LOGCAP provide? Laundry Food Services Class III (fuel)-retail and bulk Transportation Fire Fighting Services Shuttle Bus Services Base Camp Operations and Maintenance Direct Support Equipment Maintenance Air Terminal Services Hazardous Waste Management (HAZMAT) Sounds like they can do everything . the LOGCAP Contractor cannot provide on-going support to a location that has exclusively foreign national soldiers. Single Point of Contact for Full Spectrum Support Proven Track Record in Support of U. Coalition Forces and United Nations. Essential Element of contingency Force Readiness. Forces.S. so the LOGCAP Contractor cannot order equipment and material on behalf of various Government units. At this time. Sevices.is there anything they cannot do? • LOGCAP is not a supply contract. Worldwide: Requires No Solicitation SOW Funding Executes Contract Anytime. Sixty-six Member LOGCAP Support Unit (USAR) to Support Numberous Missions Over Vast Regions. The LOGCAP Contractor cannot do large scale construction projects. the LOGCAP Contractor can also provide emergency assistance to almost anyone or organization if life or limb is in jeopardy. Anywhere Contractors Can Be Mostly Self-Sufficient and Not An Additional Logistics Burden on Supported Force Totally Managed for the Supported Force by AMC Team LOGCAP Forward One Source. • • . In some cases the LOGCAP Contractor can perform low impact dollar temporary construction. Secretary of State. Exponentially Increased in Support of Post "9-11" Contingency Operations.
or by downloading either the AFCAP ConOps document or the AFCAP Statement of Work (SOW) available in the Downloads section. However. large-scale combat operations and SSC is a new term for military operations other than war. augmentation. Deployment capabilities are expected to be obtained as required for a site-specific scenario. AFCAP represents an initiative to contract for base operating support and temporary construction capabilities to relieve or augment military support forces and resources involved in MOOTW/SSCs. AFCAP relief. which are a synopsis of wording from the Statement of Work for the second AFCAP contract." isolated location scenarios or during world wide recovery operations. Air Force policy is to integrate increased commercial support into the Total Force wherever appropriate while preserving its core uniformed competencies. Types of Response. Because military forces are trained and equipped for rapid deployment and flexible support for a variety of scenarios. and deployment capability. However. give a good introduction to the purpose of the AFCAP contract and the capabilities provided by the AFCAP contractor. . forward-deployed (outside United States territory) environment. These military actions can be applied to complement any combination of the other instruments of national power and occur before and after war" [Joint Publication 3-07]. equipment. particularly small scale. this does not eliminate the possibility of natural disaster support or "home base" backfill sustainment support in the United States. "fast moving. services. In addition. Planning is expected to be available within the contractor's program management team and other company resources. or terrorist attack. force multiplier option to augment or relieve base operating support (BOS) functions participating in military operations other than war (MOOTW) or small scale contingencies (SSCs). Capabilities focus on temporary contingency skills and/or resources to sustain military forces participating in MOOTW/SSCs or to recover from a natural disaster. The Air Force Contract Augmentation Program (AFCAP) provides commanders a responsive. work may include MOOTW/SSC backfill support at existing operational Air Force bases within and outside the United States to augment sustaining forces. The contractor shall provide the personnel. More information can be obtained by reading over the 'detailed capabilities list' elsewhere on this site. AFCAP is a contract with extensive worldwide support capabilities. MOOTW are described as "Military actions. worldwide planning. accident. The capabilities under this contract are intended to support Air Force MOOTW/SSC activities operating in support of National Command Authority missions. materials. which could include (but are not limited to) joint or combined United States military forces acting as part of or in concert with United Nations (UN). able to respond in minimal time. these operations will occur in a noncombatant. travel and all other means necessary to provide a quick response. North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO). except those associated with sustained. or expansion are potential resource options. As these forces establish a base(s) of operations and extended activities are likely to occur. Purpose & Background. the above statement does not rule out the possibility that AFCAP contract support may be the initial responder in selected scenarios. Generally.-AFCAP (Air Force Contract Augmentation Program): The following paragraphs. the expectation is that initial response to a MOOTW/SSC will generally be assigned to military forces. Planning and Deployment.
e. • 1. 1. hot cargo pad(s). Air Traffic Controllers. structural fire protection and fire crash rescue.1 Airfield unique facilities and services e. airfield operations and management.0 Airfield Support. food service.g.3 Professional engineering. communication systems.g. refrigeration. • Contractor command. and control. professional engineering. and communications. hardened aircraft shelters. electrical. power production.2 Security • • Develop and implement OPSEC/COMSEC procedures. Provide operation. air conditioning. necessary to assure Task Order success.g. aircraft parking ramp(s). 2.. grounding points. runway(s). unexploded ordnance (UXO) technician (e.g. clearing sub-scale practice bombs). processing. weather observation. various utility plant operations (e.multinational force. deployable control towers.).g. repair. etc. Deployment Capabilities. and renovation of airfield requirements. housekeeping services. heavy equipment. supervision. emergency management. mechanical (e. Develop and implement internal contractor controls to provide physical security protection (e.2 Airfield surfaces (including underlying structures)-. water. . sewage. paint. heat. The principal effort of this contract will be to provide deployment capabilities generally aligned with Air Force combat support and combat service support functions associated with base operating support (BOS). • Liaison (point of contact) with the on-site customer. installation. maintenance.1 Management Cell Contractor shall establish an onsite central management cell for (at a minimum): Contractor management responsibilities: including scheduling. 2. or other entities.. • Contractor and customer work order/job order: receipt. and project and program management AFCAP DEPLOYMENT CAPABILITIES 1. etc. NAVAID shelters.. 2. • Logistics/procurement management. etc. taxiway(s).0 Deployed Management/Services 1. to include the "Civil Engineer" and "Services" career fields and to provide logistic support that reduces a dependence on scarce war reserve materiel stockpiles. cost control. recreational services. The contractor shall provide home office and/or onsite professional architect-engineer services (including foreign sources) appropriate to the task order scenario. A partial list of skills typically required include: carpentry.). plumbing. secure property from theft). hangars.. control. controls.g. solid waste disposal. laundry plant operation. lodging management. MOOTW/SSCs may include Air Force required support to natural disaster relief operations within and outside CONUS. TRACAL maintenance. etc. Management Plan updating.
e. etc. etc.. fire and security alarms. underground. etc. maintenance. runway centerline/edges.e. distance/barrier markers. Air Force basing typically includes some existing infrastructure so "construction" craft personnel skilled in disciplines such as structural. etc.g. including operator level maintenance and repair. bladders. tents. valving.g.g.).e. dedicated emergency power for selected critical facilities/ infrastructure (e.g.g. shall be provided by the contractor as appropriate to the task order scenario. sweeping.g. high/low voltage.).). surface laid. and modular systems).e. Provide operation.tie downs.e.3 Aircraft System Barrier(s) e. expandable/portable buildings. clean outs. operation (setup & resets). installation. snow and ice control.6 Emergency Power-. fluoridate. etc. Power Production-. commercially installed high/low voltage. hold lines.g. etc. touchdown zone stripes. surface laid. etc. etc. mechanical. 2. maintain. Sewage Treatment Plant tie into commercial system. foreign object removal. drill wells. Steam Plant (heat) operate. Contract focus will be on providing "temporary" methods and materials to solve tasked requirements (e.g. metering. magnetic compass runway orientation numbering. 3. Emergency Airfield Lighting Set (EALS).g.e. soil stabilization. . Water Production and Treatment-. operate existing plant. etc. operate existing water treatment plants. tap commercial sources.g. etc. vegetation control. aircraft parking layouts. elevated tanks. plumbing. underground. Water Distribution & Storage System-. AC/DC. and renovation of infrastructure requirements. chlorinate.g. 2. establish expedient water treatment plant. 3. "ball park" ramp lighting systems. storage (e. etc.5 Markings/Striping-. repair. etc.g. clear zone maintenance (e. control tower. 2.0 Infrastructure Support. electrical. tree removal).g. develop expedient treatment (e. 2. lift stations. converters. leach field. underground. install and operate prime generator plant for task order infrastructure. piping (e. 3.1 Facility Support.2 Utilities • • • • • • • Electrical Distribution System-. etc.g. Visual Approach Slope Indicator (VASI). lagoon). strobes. implement Bird Aircraft Strike Hazard (BASH) recommendations.e.g. switching. taxiway centerlines. Pulsed Light Approach Slope Indicator (PLASI). foreign systems. standby generators. Precision Approach Path Indicator PAPI systems. pumps. receive and distribute commercial power. and repair. surface laid. lighting. pole mounted.e. Sewage Distribution System-. transformers. valving.4 Lighting-.
ultimate disposition. 4.e. underground).g. • Recycle-. 3.e.g. chemicals. etc.e. 4.1 Permits support for preparation/submittal.g.e.e.). etc.0 Environmental.e. tanks (above. dispensers.). Compressed Air System-. • Incineration.g. 3.2 Hazardous Material support for management.e. • Non-aircraft POL Distribution System-. establish. stabilization. barbed wire fencing. etc. existing compressed air systems. and close.g.g. propane and/or fuel oil systems. metals. Storm Drainage System. storage. Unimproved (Dirt)-. paper. inventory/control. all surfaces (asphalt.3 Petroleum.4 Solid Waste Management • Landfill-. and electrically or hydraulically operated entry barriers. sprinkler.g.3 Hazardous Waste. deluge. valves. structures such as chain link fencing.5 Roads/Parking • • Paved-. • 3. pumps. underground). underground).• • • • • • • Fire Protection Systems-. hydrant system. collection. tanks (above. existing installed systems (e.e. Natural Gas Distribution-. 4.g. razor tape. existing natural gas distribution systems.g.e. plastic.g. including subsurface structures and striping. establish and operate a recycling program as appropriate and required by a specific task order (e.g.e.e. etc. 3. valves. lines (above.e. Solid Waste-. Lubricants (POL) • Aircraft Storage-. operate (maintain). fire and security alarm distribution systems and associated central monitoring stations. etc. existing EMCS. observation towers. • Non-aircraft POL Storage-.e. underground).g.6 Security Structures-.e.g. . standpipe. Propane and/or Fuel Oil Storage & Distribution Systems (heat)-.g. etc.g.g. concrete. 4. pumps. lines (above. pickup and transport to landfill or commercial solid waste pickup point. • Aircraft POL Distribution System-. etc. Perform required management. bladders. Energy Monitoring and Control Systems (EMCS)-. halon.). Support expedient installation of fire protection systems and/or add to existing systems. Oils. bladders.e.g.e. mud and dust control. glass. defensive fighting positions. Alarm Systems-. establish pickup points and appropriate containers. manifolds. repair. and disposal in accordance with applicable laws/regulations.g. etc. grading.
5.1 Facility Hardening-. Provide maintenance.g. parking. Assess needs. 6. man-made. Nationally recognized emergency management certification is desirable. plywood reinforcing. which seamlessly integrate into Air Force emergency management programs.g. operate. This capability may be required strictly to support contractor's work force. Provide capability to clean-up and contain localized environmental spills resulting from MOOTW/SSC activities.e. Develop fire prevention programs and promote fire prevention awareness. to include supervisory levels (e. repair. crew chief. to be defined with each task order.0 Emergency Support Services. Professional Qualifications for Fire Inspector.e. and/or Technician" level as appropriate for the specific task order scenario. coordinate.3 Obstacles-. • • Prevention. install. Personnel must be certified "Fire Inspector I or II. Plans must address actions to prepare for.e. or it may be required to augment or replace Air Force emergency management capabilities at a specific site(s). Provide programs. survive during. Identify requirements.1 Fire Protection.5 Environmental Cleanup. The system must provide standard Air Force notification for personnel at risk and recall of disaster response and control personnel. and maintain an integrated emergency warning system. Apply appropriate agents. etc.4. HAZMAT. • • Planning. 5. and publish site-specific emergency management plans. and procedures. Personnel must be trained and employer certified per Code of Federal Regulations 29 CFR 1910. Provide full range of fire protection to include fire prevention and hazardous materials response/mitigation support.g. . 6. 6.4 Pest/Vegetation Control. etc. maintenance sites. fire chief. installation. sandbagging." or have equivalent experience to meet the requirements outlined in the National Fire Protection Association professional qualification standard 1031.2 Emergency Management. Provide appropriate HAZMAT response capability.g. standards. respond to.0 Ancillary Capabilities. entry obstacles.2 Dispersal-. 5. etc. assistant chief. 4. Operations. and recover from local natural. Develop. station chief. and renovation of a variety of ancillary requirements.) must be certified or have equivalent experience to meet the requirements outlined in the appropriate National Fire Protection Association professional qualifications standards. where dispersal is required establish multiple storage. berming. Incident Command. 6. All fire fighters. Warning Systems. shoring.120 (Q) at the "Awareness. delaying obstacles. or technological disasters.
10. as needed.. secure..6.2 Troop Support. Purchase subsistence directly from vendors (US or foreign national) and transport to the final destination.. organizational and medical requirements." clean. and turn-in government (including AFCAP contractor purchased) equipment where and to whom specified by task order or the Contracting Officer. Contractor furnished lodging facilities may be required. Provide laundry operations to support individual self-help. 8.2 Perform operations to return land to host nation required conditions. Order. All purchases must be from sources approved by military public health as meeting public health standards.).6 Recreation. 7. add redundancy to utilities (looped systems).g.3 Lodging. and account for all subsistence to support food operations. enlisted.5 Fitness. 8. Includes "tear down. Recreation. Provide. periodicals. & Services). 9. Distribute operational rations. 9.0 Restoration. Appendix B.1 Remove temporary improvements (facilities. Preparation of up to four meals per day may be required using A.0 Services (Morale. Welfare.e. 8. Contractor shall maintain food accountability using task order prescribed procedures and forms. etc. Provide central lodging processing point for allocation of space for various categories of personnel (i. etc. Contractor furnished equipment may be required. References). i. Meals Ready to Eat (MRE).0 Materiel Support. aircrew. 9. roads.4 Redundancy Measures-. reading materials (books. Provide a variety of recreational and leisure time activities such as 16 or 35mm movies. B and T rations. 9. VHS videos. Set up and manage individual and intramural sports activities.). officer. provide additional "spare" generators. Provide electronic library reference material. equipment checkout. repackage.e. table games.4 Laundry. 9. add capacity and/or systems to critical facility air conditioning requirements.e.1 Food Service.0 Reconstitution. Personnel working in Food Service must be certified as Food Handlers (see AFMAN 34-405. Provide food service support using field and garrison equipment and facilities. 9. store. and monitor use of fitness equipment.). . and programs for strength and cardiovascular conditioning. issue. and an assortment of current newspapers. newspapers. Use space in commercial quarters or contingency quarters as directed. tours. Food Service Program Management. male. utilities. inventory. etc. female. Operate locator system and provide housekeeping support. receive. 9. facilities. etc. etc. maintain.
. including disassembly/reconstitution.1 Real Property Leasing.10. 11. and store materiel to support contingency and disaster relief operations. leveling for airfield surfaces. and inventory. sloping for drainage. including creating and compacting subsurface support structures (base course.). roads.3 Aircraft Gunnery Range Clearance Operations. 11. 11. and removal of all sub-scale practice bombs and range residue. Support may include materiel management.1 Mobility/War Readiness Materiel (WRM)-. Harvest Falcon.2 Land Clearing and Grubbing.2 Contingency/Disaster Relief Materiel. and facilities.e. As the task order scenario dictates. Existing Infrastructure. • • Erection/Installation. Perform routine operation. Provide active range clearance operations at Service Class A primary training ranges to include collection. inspection. but only after explicit written Contracting Officer approval. Harvest Eagle assets. Procure. maintenance. etc. General. the contractor shall lease existing facilities and/or land in order to meet task order requirements. repair. 11. Augment or relieve military forces in the erection/installation of mobility/WRM assets. Provide heavy equipment and operators to prepare land for use/occupancy. transport. sub-base course. etc. 10.g. handling. or renovation. disposal.
Value $6.9M . Vieques Approx Value $1.9M Runway Repair $2. November 2002 LSA Fox – Retrograde Facility. $5.2M 86 total – various locations throughout the COMLANTFLT AOR Value: Approx.0M Aviano. Italy Airfield and Arrester Gear Replacement Airfield/Arrestor Gear $5.9M Force Protection and Security Vehicle Inspection Shelters-EFANE Value: Approx $1.9M Philippines Humanitarian Project Completed well up and running at Tumakid in Lamitan Municipality Lamitan Hospital exterior ER entrance under construction.8M Detention Facilities-GTMO Approx.9M Runway Overlay $3.Examples of Contracts in Action: -CONCAP (Construction Capabilities Contract): Hurricane Recovery Puerto Rico $24M Camp Lejeune $31M Key West $ 9M Azores $ 9M Runway Repairs in Morocco CONCAP II • Resurfaced Trans-Oceanic Abort Landing Site (TALS) in Morocco • $2. Value: $10.6M ROTHR Roads & Drainage Improvements. $89M Feb 2002 .Present Emergency Repair to Breakwater-Azores Approx. Kuwait Approx.
LOGCAP responded to a Pacific Command (PACOM) J4 request for support in East Timor on 18 Oct 99. These situations led to inadequate contractor performance and customer dissatisfaction at significant cost.-LOGCAP (Logistics Civil Augmentation Program): The Army has used contractors to provide supplies and services during both peacetime and contingencies dating back to the Revolutionary War.S. Instead. LA continues to be an excellent training tool for the active and reserve Force Provider companies. The newly established program was used in 1988 when the Third United States Army (TUSA) requested that the U. Current LOGCAP mission. Finally. The first comprehensive multifunctional LOGCAP Umbrella Support contact was awarded by the USACE in August 1992 and was used in December 1992 to support all U. because the poorly written contractual requirements contained no basis upon which to reject their claims for payment. however. military personnel in support of the U. Haiti. now in its 14th month. The purpose of the clinic was to augment the Embassy medical staff in support of Embassy and United Nations staff personnel and their families. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) contract out a management plan to construct and maintain two petroleum pipeline systems in Southwest Asia in support of contingency operations.S. The current mission is expected to continue through 30 Jun 01 with the probability for extension through 31 Dec 01. contractors were hired on hundreds of separate contracts to provide logistics support with uneven results. During the 1990-91 Persian Gulf War. LOGCAP in E. LOGCAP is providing Base Camp Support to USGET. The contractors' payment vouchers still had to be honored. 1985 LOGCAP was established with the publication of AR 700-137. the clinic will be containerized and stored until an appropriate non-government organization can be identified to take ownership. There are numerous examples of contracts awarded with poorly defined or missing Statements of Work and unclear contract requirements. During the Vietnam War. East Timor (USGET). . supports a small contingency of U. Timor is indicative of the essentiality of increasing use of "Contractors on the Battlefield". The clinics will be missed by many however. LOGCAP was not used. The mission was to provide heavy lift helicopter support through Mar 00.S. Services and United Nations (UN) forces in Somalia. The LOGCAP contractor has the current contract for care and maintenance of the module. the heavy use of contractors led the Army to determine that a need existed for a preplanned method for utilizing Contractors on the Battlefield. from Jan 00 through Feb 01. The Tom Sullivan Test and Training Site at Fort Polk. It is used to house rotational soldiers during their JRTC training cycles. They have a seven-person site management team. Government. LOGCAP was revised to preplan for contractor support during any contingency or war. As a result. It was first used officially in Somalia in December 1992.S. The clinic operated as a trauma unit with helicopter/vehicular paramedic's evacuation capabilities. The LOGCAP office administered the contractor operated Madeleine Albright Medical Clinic in Port-au-Prince. by Jun 01 the need for the clinic no longer exists. On December 6. because the UN is scheduled to depart from Haiti.
Korea. 1 Corps will command and control all CM operations as a JTF HQ within the PACOM Area of Operations (AO) and will be the lead agency. forces. Korea. The exercise provided a training opportunity for the Contractor. Ulchi Focus Lens (UFL) 2000 (16-31 Aug 01) is a JCS sponsored Command Post Exercise conducted in Taegu. held at Fort Lewis. multinational force and joint exercise at the invitation of USARPAC/ CINCPAC since 1999. LOGCAP planners fully integrated into EUSA and 19th TSC Operations cells at both Camp Henry and Camp Walker. This also tested the menu for CM Plan that is being written by the contractor.S. Tempo Brave (26-30 Jun 00 & 29-31 Oct 00) is a CJTF exercise for Consequence Management (CM) in the Pacific Theater.S. Onward Movement and Integration (RSO&I) '00 (8-21 April '00) is a 19th Theater Support Command (TSC) and Eighth U. LOGCAP planners fully integrated into EUSA and 19th TSC Operations cells at both Camp Henry and Camp Walker. as well as USFK/EUSA/19th TSC to better understand how work is done by the Contractor to support specified U. Staging.Reception. LOGCAP has participated in the C/J4 during the CPX phase of the Cobra Gold JCS sponsored. Washington near 1st CORPS Headquarters. LOGCAP Support Unit personnel. Brown and Root) of Houston on December 14. the contractor planner has participated as a member of the Joint Exercise Control Group (JECG) at the during the Cobra Gold Exercise at the request of the exercise host. mitigating the effects and assisting in the remediation of the affected operational environment within a Joint Operational Area (JOA). An existing Army Field Support Command Logistics Civil Augmentation Program (LOGCAP) contract. HQ. Army (EUSA) is Command Post Exercise (CPX) operating out Taegu. was used to prepare contingency plans for the government of Iraq. 2001 . competitively bid. This was a Consequence Management (CM) exercise and planning development for a Statement of Work (SOW) to be used in the Pacific Theater. The contractor representative attends the various Cobra Gold planning conferences and writes the LOGCAP Mission Scenario Event Lists (MSEL) for PM LOGCAP and writes injects to get LOGCAP and other selected MSELs into the exercise story line at the request of the exercise host. Since 2000. The contract was awarded to Brown & Root Services (later to be known as Kellogg. LOGCAP participation has consisted of one LOGCAP planner from the LOGCAP Office and a senior logistics planner from the LOGCAP contractor.
Kuwait.S. repaired housing units. heavy equipment in Turkey. Completing engineering and facility work. Initiated construction of second camp in Albania. Albania Constructed facilities for 20. Air Force. and completed ten separate recovery projects. provided extensive debris clean up and grounds Recovery at Keesler restoration. Guam repairs to mitigate future damage from natural disasters. Ecuador Aruba Curacao Southwest Asia Power Production Puerto Rico Construction Air Traffic Control Services Kuwait Engineering . Completed $5 million worth of projects to ensure airfield safety and to provide the U. Supporting Air Force in Manta.S. forces in Europe to include moving facilities to Bosnia. and sea to Albania for construction of three refugee camps. and facility evaluations in Italy. Will provide key BOS elements until February 2002. Provided operations and maintenance support for contingency facilities (tent city for 2. and accomplished repairs. Set up logistics to move excess material to support Turkey earthquake recovery. Completed project to convert airfield facilities at Aruba. provided expedient Hurricane Georges repairs to include restoration of power to the housing areas. Forces Support Provided support for U. Accomplished damage assessments (both expedient and Typhoon Paka long term).000 refugees in Albania from “cold” start in 45 days. Provided electrical engineering design assistance for an Manta. provided designs for Recovery at Andersen AFB. Providing power production support for the Air Force in Saudi Arabia. “Solved” the complex logistics bureaucracy to move material from all over the world by air.-AFCAP (Air Force Contract Augmentation Program): United States Department of Defense Operation Shining Hope. performed “time and materials” contracts for safety and expedient taskings. Ecuador.000 people and fixed Italy dormitory facilities) for the U. Air Force with ongoing airfield and air traffic control support. paving evaluations in Hungary. land. Completed construction of modular facilities for SOUTHCOM in Puerto Rico. and UAE. replaced airfield AFB.S. Aviano Sustainment. Performed damage assessments. Kosovo U.S. Provided air traffic control and airfield management services at Langley and Holloman Air Force Bases in a “backfill” capacity. Providing base support functions until construction contract can be competed. Mississippi lighting system.
000 people every three days. Completed planning work with the Joint Task Force (JTF) at Camp Pendleton for response to weapons of mass destruction for support of displaced persons and clean up activities. material control. Required procurement. textiles & clothing. McClellan) . Working stockpile solutions to include specifications. Preparedness (CDP) lodging. medical. (Ft. Worked on the plan for a Temporary Staging Facility to handle a potential mass migration problem in Central Florida. movement. Vietnam.Design Support Defense Supply Center Philadelphia (DSCP) Consequence Management Air Force planning effort at Ali Al Saleem Air Base in Kuwait. modular facility solution currently under review by Central Region INS. Provided a capabilities planning study for Korea. and general & industrial).000 metric tons of construction timber with 39 trains from numerous locations in Europe through Macedonia to Kosovo for recovery actions. Pisa. Office of Foreign Disaster Assistance Kosovo Housing Support Emergency Response Stockpile Assistance Sourced and moved over 19. Procured and delivered emergency supplies and equipment to Miami. Facilities and operations are designed to process 5. and custodial shortfalls during the time span between loss of Army support and contract award. India. Signed a Blanket Purchase Agreement (BPA) for supplies and services for commodities (subsistence. and warehousing. Center for Domestic Provided innovative solutions to feeding. Developed an innovative. Bangladesh. United States Department of Justice Immigration and Naturalization Service (Grand Island) INS Homestead Planning Requested by INS to provide a 300-person “detention” facility in Grand Island. laundry. and Pakistan. procurement and delivery for stateside and forward deployed locations.
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