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MPF-10

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 • Redeployment
– USTRANSCOM – USTRANSCOM
– Supported Unified – Supported Unified
Commander
Commander
– Supporting Unified
– Joint Task Force
Commander
– MARFORCOM/PAC – MARFOR
– MEF – Command Element
– Major Subordinate – Major Subordinate
Command Element

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TPFDD Elements
• Unit Name • Earliest Arrival Date
• Unit Identification Code • Latest Arrival Date
• Origin • Required Delivery Date
• Port of Embarkation • Commander’s Required
• Port of Debarkation Date
• Destination • Passengers
• Ready-to-Load Date • Cargo
• Available-to-Load Date • 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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TOTAL CARGO

F11D
FIC: SHORT TONS (ROLL-UP)
DATA
SOURCE
APOD/SPOD

ULN/ C FORCE DESCRIPTION/SERVICE UTC ULC F P S PROV AUTH TOTAL LOCATION NAME MODE S P
RESERVED I I V STONS/ POD/ EAD LAD/
CIN/ E ORIGIN C C C ORGN PERS/ DESTINATION RDD POD/ R A
PIN UNIT NAME/UIC CBBLS
I NAME PAX DEST C

W2DD4 AAOE DET 1ST FSSG JVBGA GRP 9 X M 5 241 20.80 HEATHROW INTL C999 C999 A K

1ST FSSG M28300 CAMP PENDLET 0.00 LONDON C999 L D

W2DD5AA FSSG FWD HQ 9VCAA DET 9 X M 5 76 121.30 HEATHROW INTL C999 C999 A K

1ST FSSG M28301 CAMP PENDLETON 0.00 LONDON C999 L D

ORIGIN
HOW WE’RE
ULN GONNA GET
UTC FINAL DESTINATION THERE
UIC UNIT
LEVEL
FORCE DESCRIPTION # OF WHEN WE
UNIT NAME PAX HAVE TO BE
PARENT COMMAND THERE
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F11W
ULN WHOSE STUFF PAX ORIGIN POE POD
UIC

- ULN-- ---FORCE DESCRIPTION---


--UIC-- -----UNIT NAME----- APERS NRPAX PRI/AO M S DEST RDD M S INT DLY LT
CCC
HEAVY LIFT
CARGO-DESCR-
PCS LNTH WDT HGT SQFEET BULK(ST) BULK(MT) OVER(ST) OVER(MT) OUT(ST) OUT(MT) NAT(ST) NA

W2DD3AF LFSP DET, ENGR BN


(Slide 10, 11, 12) Hidden
5 M 4WBGA DET 9 ETZB C999 L G GUPL C999 A K KTPL C9
M21300 1ST FSSG 74 74 006Z L D APGN C999
J3C
463L QUADCON 3 88 108 96 66 2 12.1

J3C TOTALS 198 6 37

R2D
A1957 MRC-145 1 185 85 83 110 2.6 18.9
B2566 FORKLIFT 1 196 78 79 107 5.5 17.5

R2D TOTALS 217 8.1 37

QTY & DIMENSIONS MODE


TOTAL WEIGHT SOURCE
LVL 5/6 DETAIL FROM MDSS II
CAT
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CODE
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

A
IN-TRANSIT VISIBILITY

IR
GTN
ORIGIN
AA
CAPS II A
APOE GDSS
APOD
TPFDD
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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

SE
IN-TRANSIT VISIBILITY

A
GTN
AA
FACTORIES WP
BASES S
A
OCEAN
SPOE MANIFES
DEPOTS SPOD T

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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

E S

S
O D
LP
IC AA
D L
M LOGMARS
MDSS II
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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

CONUS MOVEMENT
TPFDD TRANSCOM
AMC

STATEGIC AIRLIFT

MSC

JFRG II STATEGIC SEALIFT

ICODES AIT
MDSS II
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AALPS
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 #
Tag #
Interrogator Name
DTG

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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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Questions?

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