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Introduction to Joint and Marine Corps Deployment Systems
Capt Jason Collins, USMC Expeditionary Warfare Training Group, Pacific USMC Expeditionary Logistics Branch, N-59 DSN 577-2606, Commercial (619) 437-2606 jason.p.collins@navy.mil

Lesson Purpose
• To provide an introduction to the Joint and Marine Corps automated deployment systems and their interfaces to support joint and naval operations.

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References
• Joint Pub 5-0, Joint Operations Planning • TM 4790-14/2C, Logistic Support for MPS Program Maintenance and Material Management • MCWP 3-32, MPF Operations

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Overview
• Joint Systems
– – – – – – – – – Global Command and Control System (GCCS) Time-Phased Force Deployment Data (TPFDD) Joint Flow and Analysis System for Transportation (JFAST) Logistics Sustainment Analysis and Feasibility Estimator (LOGSAFE) Global Transportation Network (GTN) Consolidated Aerial Ports System II (CAPS II) Global Decision Support System (GDSS) Worldwide Port System (WPS) Joint Force Requirements Generator II (JFRG II)

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Overview
• Marine Corps Systems
– MAGTF Deployment Support System II (MDSS II) – Integrated Computerized Deployment System (ICODES) – Automated Aircraft Load Planning System (AALPS) – Asset Tracking Logistics Supply System (ATLASS) – MAGTF Data Library (MDL) – Automated Identification Technology (AIT)
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Global Command and Control System (GCCS)
• The joint standard architecture for C2 systems • Supports Joint Operational Planning and Execution System (JOPES) • JOPES is a process

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Time-Phased Force Deployment Data (TPFDD)
• Registers all lift requirements for deployment • Product of JOPES • Part of GCCS

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TPFDD Validation
• Deployment
– USTRANSCOM – Supported Unified Commander – Supporting Unified Commander – MARFORCOM/PAC – MEF – Major Subordinate Command
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• Redeployment
– USTRANSCOM – Supported Unified Commander – Joint Task Force – MARFOR – Command Element – Major Subordinate Element
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TPFDD Elements
• • • • • • • • Unit Name Unit Identification Code Origin Port of Embarkation Port of Debarkation Destination Ready-to-Load Date Available-to-Load Date • • • • • • • • Earliest Arrival Date Latest Arrival Date Required Delivery Date Commander’s Required Date Passengers Cargo Square Feet HAZMAT
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Standard TPFDD reports
• F11D – Summary of forces and deployment data • F11W – Level 4 detail of cargo • F11E – Square foot and measurement tonnage
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FIC: DATA SOURCE

F11D
F P S I I V C C C PROV ORGN NAME 5 AUTH PERS/ PAX 241 CBBLS

TOTAL CARGO SHORT TONS (ROLL-UP) APOD/SPOD
LOCATION NAME POD/ DESTINATION MODE S EAD LAD/ RDD POD/ DEST HEATHROW INTL LONDON HEATHROW INTL LONDON C999 C999 C999 C999 C999 C999 A L A L R C K D K D

ULN/ CIN/ PIN W2DD4

C FORCE DESCRIPTION/SERVICE UTC ULC RESERVED E ORIGIN UNIT NAME/UIC I AAOE DET 1ST FSSG 1ST FSSG M28300 JVBGA

TOTAL STONS/

P

A

GRP 9 X M

20.80 0.00

CAMP PENDLET 9VCAA DET 9 X M 5 76

W2DD5AA

FSSG FWD HQ 1ST FSSG M28301

121.30 0.00

CAMP PENDLETON

ORIGIN ULN UIC FORCE DESCRIPTION UNIT NAME PARENT COMMAND UTC FINAL DESTINATION # OF PAX HOW WE’RE GONNA GET THERE

UNIT LEVEL

WHEN WE HAVE TO BE THERE

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F11W
ULN UIC WHOSE STUFF PAX ORIGIN POE POD
- ULN----FORCE DESCRIPTION----UIC------UNIT NAME----APERS NRPAX CCC HEAVY LIFT CARGO-DESCRPCS LNTH WDT HGT SQFEET BULK(ST) BULK(MT) W2DD3AF LFSP DET, ENGR BN M21300 1ST FSSG J3C 463L QUADCON 3 88 108 J3C TOTALS R2D A1957 MRC-145 B2566 FORKLIFT R2D TOTALS 1 1 185 196 85 78 83 79 5 M 4WBGA DET 74 74 2 6 9 PRI/AO M S OVER(ST) DEST OVER(MT) L G APGN RDD M S INT DLY LT NAT(ST) KTPL

(Slide 10, 11, 12) Hidden
ETZB 006Z C999 L D 66 198 110 107 217 12.1 37 2.6 5.5 8.1

OUT(ST) GUPL C999 C999

OUT(MT) A K

NA

C9

96

18.9 17.5 37

QTY & DIMENSIONS LVL 5/6 DETAIL FROM MDSS II CAT CODE

TOTAL WEIGHT

MODE SOURCE

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Critical Deployment Dates
ORIGIN POE'S POD'S TAA'S

RLD

ALD

EAD LAD

RDD CRD

TIME
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Latest Arrival Date (LAD)
• Key date for USTRANSCOM • Ensure LAD supports all other efforts of the force • Ensure window provides flexibility for USTRANSCOM
– EAD – LAD (3-7 days)

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Joint Flow Analysis System for Transportation (JFAST)
• Estimates transportation resources and time available • TPFDD not necessary
– Accepts movement requirements without an operation plan

• Assesses critical node throughput
– Port, Airfield, Railhead
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Logistics Sustainment Analysis and Feasibility Estimator (LOGSAFE) • Assesses the sustainment feasibility of proposed operation plan • Detailed records
– Logistics support – Mode of shipment

• Interfaces/interacts with other systems

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Global Transportation Network (GTN)
• Centralized transportation management system • Supports total asset visibility (TAV) • Maintains In-Transit Visibility (ITV)
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Consolidated Aerial Ports System II (CAPS II)
• AMC’s C2 system for major aerial ports throughout the world • Process cargo and passenger movements • Feeds various joint systems, including GTN

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Global Decision Support System (GDSS)
• AMC System
– Schedules, tracks, controls strategic air

• Updates every 15 minutes

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GDSS Data
• Pulls data from the TPFDD • Pushes out aircraft schedules

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TOTAL ASSET VISIBILITY IN-TRANSIT VISIBILITY

IR A

ORIGIN

GTN

CAPS II APOE GDSS APOD TPFDD
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AA A
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Worldwide Port System (WPS)
• Supports common user ports • Tracks and documents cargo moving by Sea • Provides ITV for strategic lift

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TOTAL ASSET VISIBILITY IN-TRANSIT VISIBILITY

SE A

GTN
FACTORIES BASES DEPOTS

SPOE SPOD

WP S OCEAN
MANIFES T
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AA A
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JOINT FORCE REQUIREMENTS GENERATOR II (JFRG II) • • • • Facilitates development of TPFDD Improves operational planning Bridge between MDSS II and JOPES Aids planner
– Refining force structure – Tailoring Unit Line Number details

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Questions?

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Marine Corps Systems
IC L D M D O

LOGMARS MDSS II
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AA

LP

S E

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MAGTF Deployment Support System II (MDSS II)
• Key system which interfaces with Joint systems • Purpose
– Automated information system supporting rapid military deployment

• Movement and Embarkation database
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Integrated Computerized Deployment System (ICODES)
• Generates ship load plans • Provides deck diagrams • Dangerous Cargo Manifests • Provides trim, stress, and stability data • Replaced CAEMS
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Automated Aircraft Load Planning System (AALPS)
• Creates load plans for
– C-130, C-17, C-5, and other strategic aircraft

• Software furnished by USA • Supports commercial aircraft for load planning

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Asset Tracking Logistics and Supply System (ATLASS)
• Builds and transmits requisitions • Automated replenishment system • Increased productivity in conjunction with LOGMARS

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JOPES

SDDC
TPFDD

TRANSCOM

CONUS MOVEMENT

AMC
STATEGIC AIRLIFT

MSC JFRG II
STATEGIC SEALIFT

MDSS II

ICODES AALPS
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AIT
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MAGTF Data Library (MDL)
• Supplies general technical reference data to MDSS II • Can be utilized to provide standard information
– Utilized for planning

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Automated Identification Technology (AIT)
• Barcode technology
– Improves timeliness – Improves accuracy

• Radio Frequency Identification
– RFID

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Concept of Operations
Regional Server/GTN
Tag # & Interrogator #

Tag # Interrogator Name DTG

Tag #

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Questions?

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Summary
• Joint Systems • Marine Systems • How they assist in deployment, execution, and redeployment

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