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Fleet Training Organization and Strategy

CAPT Jorge Sierra FFC N72 30 November 2005

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CFFC Lead Training Provider

· CFFC Assumes Responsibility for Fleet Training ­ Current and future readiness ­ Cost effective and innovative training policies · Fulfills Title 10 U.S. Code training responsibilities ­ CFFC will continue to work closely with CPF ­ Executive agents: C2F/C3F/C7F (FDNF) ­ CFFC to articulate Fleet Training Requirements to OPNAV

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Fleet Training Directorate (N70)

Policy Guidance

Mission

Training Alignment

Vision

Achieve peak Achieve peak proficiency proficiency in Naval core in Naval core competencies competencies and meet the and meet the Combatant Combatant Commander's Commander's war fighting war fighting requirements. requirements.

Provide Provide fully trained fully trained Naval Forces to Naval Forces to the Combatant the Combatant Commander's Commander's in support of in support of mission mission requirements requirements

Naval Warfare Training System

Live, Virtual & Constructive

Range Sustainability

Fiscal Guidance

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Fleet Enterprise Training Alignment

Joint & Combatant Commander Requirements

I TH G LS W TAL TRAININ INS ND SA MTT

FRTP

SYSCOMs

MAINT

Fleet Training Product: Deployment Ready CSGs/ESGs

RECRUITING

RECRUIT TRAINING

26%

APPRENTICE TRAINING

74%

Initial Skills "A" School Paths

Fleet Training

FST CSFT ATG FASO TRE

Sailor Training

"A" School Graduates

46% 54%

F/T Schools.

Advanced Skills Training - "C" Schools

NETC

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TALKING POINTS FOR THE SLIDE ON ALIGNMENT

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RTC Great Lakes: Individual Training to Support Fleet Units:

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Approx 26% Sailors attend apprentice training prior to joining their ultimate duty station. The remaining 74% attend one of the current 84 A-School tracks. Of the A-School graduates, 46% attended an additional C-school prior to joining the Fleet. The impact here is the loss of manpower from the ship. A-School · There are 84 current recognized A School paths which provide the basic knowledge for Sailors to either attend further schools or perform the expected tasks on board deployable units. The average A-School length is 102 days.

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C-Schools · Routinely, C-Schools provide an NEC and are either equipment or task specific. C-Schools are controlled by the Personnel Command as community managers and routinely funded by BUPERS. The average CSchool length is 105 days. There are a total of 587 C-Schools.

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Training Readiness Alignment

CENTCOM EUCOM PACOM

STRATCOM

JFCOM

NORTHCOM CNO

CFFC/CLF/NAVNORTH

CPF

MARFOR

NNWC

CSF

CNSF

CNAF

C2F

NECC

C3F

C7F

TRE

STF

ATG

FASO

CSFTL

NSAWC

CSFTL

FASWC

SYSCOMS

NAVSEA NAVSUP NAVAIR SPAWAR

INDIVIDUAL

FLEET UNITS

NETC BUMED

NSGA FTSC

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Fleet Response Training Plan (FRTP) Construct

MCO Ready GWOT Surge Ready* LEVEL OF CERTIFICATION Surge Ready ATF Surge GWOT Enabled* MCO Surge Ready MCO Ready

Fleet Training Product: Major Combat operations Ready CSGs/ESGs

UNIT/ TYCOM

WHO

(AIR SURF SUB)

UNIT/STAFFS/C2F/C3F/CSFT/TTG/ EWTG UNIT LEVEL

PHASE

MAINTENANCE

INTEGRATED

SUSTAIN

DEPLOY

SUSTAIN

Fleet Training

CART TSTA FEP POMCERT ARP WCC COMPTUEX FST/JTFEX

Sailor Training

F/T Schools TTG FRS ATG FASO MTTs Etc.

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TALKING POINTS FOR FRTP PHASES

· Maintenance Phase. The Maintenance Phase normally starts the FRTP cycle and is critical to the success of FRP since this is the preferred period during in which major shipyard or depot level repairs, upgrades, and modernization installations should occur. units are encouraged to focus on individual/team training and achieving unit level readiness. Unit Level Phase. Normally follows the Maintenance Phase, and focuses on completion of TYCOM unit level training requirements: team training both on board and ashore, unit level exercises inport and at sea, unit inspections, assessments, certifications, and qualifications. During the Unit Level Phase, a unit will make maximum use of distance learning options for individual skills development and maintenance. Additionally, a unit will maximize in-port synthetic training options. Successful completion of Unit Level Phase training ensures units are ready for more complex integrated training events.

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Assessing Training Readiness

TARGET: WARFIGHTING CAPABILITY

· Equipment · Manning · Unit Level Trng · Unit Level CERT · Funding - Steaming Days - Flt Hrs

- Maint

· FRTP Refinement · Integrated Training/ CERT · Contingency Planning · Group Composition Rqmts

· Skill sets · Operational Employment · Capabilities

FORWARD FLT CMDR

C2F/C3F TYCOMs

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Navy Warfare Training System (NWTS)

Requirements

Derived From Assigned Missions

· Based on Commander's Intent & Joint/Navy Doctrine This Phase Produces: · NMETL Tasks, Conditions, & Standards · List of Commands With Role in NMETL Accomplishment

Plans

Driven by Mission Requirements, Training Audience, and Method

· Based on Output of Requirements Phase This Phase Produces: · Fleet, Group, Warfare Commander, & Unit Training Plans and Resource Requirements · De-conflicted Training Schedules

Assessments

Commander Assesses Training Effectiveness & Navy Training Readiness

· Ability to Meet Navy Standards: Strengths/ Weaknesses Doctrine, Organization, Training, Materiel & Education This Phase Produces: · Overall Training & Mission Proficiency Assessments · Key Issues & Lessons Learned

Execution

Training Conducted & Evaluated

· Training Events Based on Output of Plans Phase This Phase Produces: · Performance and Training Resource Data · After Action Reports ·Immediate Key Issues & Lessons Learned

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NAVY TRAINING INFORMATION MANAGEMENT NAVY TRAINING INFORMATION MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (NTIMS) SYSTEM (NTIMS)

·Automates NMETLs Based Training ·Automates NMETLs Based Training ·Enhances Decision-Making ·Enhances Decision-Making ­IDs & analyzes mission capability requirements ­IDs & analyzes mission capability requirements ­Documents & analyzes Fleet training plans ­Documents & analyzes Fleet training plans ­Documents & analyzes command performance data ­Documents & analyzes command performance data ·Supports Fleet Training Activity Based Cost Modeling ·Supports Fleet Training Activity Based Cost Modeling ­Helps Eliminate Fiscal Waste ­Helps Eliminate Fiscal Waste ­Highlights Activity Process Workload ­Highlights Activity Process Workload ­Improves Budgeting Effectiveness ­Improves Budgeting Effectiveness ­Improves Efficiency ­Improves Efficiency

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Training Cost to Capability Continuum

Costs

Numbered Fleet TYCOM

Fixed and Variable CostsCurrent Readiness

Capability

JMETS NMETS

Sustainment/Employment

Joint

Readiness

(-) (+)

Group Unit

Fixed and Variable CostsFuture Current Readiness

Warfare Systems Life Cycle Readiness Fleet Operations Support Fleet Infrastructure

Lifecycle Unit Group

Fleet Response Plan Readiness Cycle

... require robust performance / cost metrics and assessment tools, enabling CFFC planning and budgeting responsibilities

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Fleet Training Capability Cost Model

Activity Center(s) ­ one or more related activities involved in a process ­ Events/Training Commands Activity & Activity Cost Pool ­ Total cost assigned to an activity - Sub Event Resources - Economic elements used in an activity Resource Driver ­ Link between Resource & Activity Cost Element ­ amount paid for a resource assigned to an activity

Ranges

Oparea

Ordnance

Labor

Contract Service

Target

Sim

Time

Stming Days

Process FRTP Cost Object ­ the reason for performing the activity United States Fleet Forces

Trained Units and Staffs

Activity Driver ­ factor used to assign cost from an activity to a cost object

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TALKING POINTS FOR FTCCS

· · · Accounts for cost based on activities not budget line item Accounts for resources consumed by activities Improves Budgeting Effectiveness. · · Identifies the cost/performance relationship of each Fleet training organization. Activity Based Cost Accounting calculates more accurate service costs Provides visibility of non-value added Fleet training activities Integrate strategic planning into cost management systems Feedback on anticipated results of strategies drive corrective actions Manage performance as well as costs. Improves efficiency by monitoring total life cycle costs and performance Eliminates many crises by fixing the problems rather than treating the symptoms

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Training Architectures

Real World Assets (Inport or Afloat)

LIVE

JNTC

INPORT

Simulated Scenarios/Systems, Real World C5ISR/IO Connected to Actual Platforms (Inport or Afloat)

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SCHOOLHOUSE

Instruction combined with simulated scenarios conducted in replicated command and control facilities

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Expanding the use of Modeling and Simulation

· Architectures ­ Fleet schoolhouse upgraded to support Strike Group Staff Training ­ Inport infrastructure upgraded to support Fleet Synthetic Training Inport Exercise for FRTP ­ Supports participation in Joint National Training Capability (Live ­ Virtual ­ Constructive environment), as part of OSD's Training ­ TYCOMs/NFCs indicate cost/training efficiencies due to use of M&S · TYCOM's revising their SURFTRAMAN and T&R Matrix to allow increased use and credit of M&S, which has resulted in cost/training efficiencies

C3F J7 "JTFEX has been reduced from 21 days to 16 days to 10 days, and M&S has played a major part."

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Environmental Readiness

· Training Enabler - Supports the Operators

­ ­ Imbedded in the Training Directorate (N77) Focus is on working with fleet operators to ensure that fleet operations and training exercises are conducted in an environmentally compliant manner.

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Focus areas:

­ Conduct National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) analysis to support: exercise planning, range sustainability, homebasing/homeporting, Area Environmental Coordinator reviews Provide policy and direction for afloat environmental issues Natural Resource Support ­ Endangered species, range issues Interface with CNI on issues having both SIM and mission impacts Requirements development - Programming, planning and budgeting process (PPBS)

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Summary

· Alignment of Training Enterprises · Move to a fully instrumented NMETS based modeled system, to drive efficiency and effectiveness. · Support Live-Virtual-Constructive Training continuum. · Stewardship of the environment that protects our ability to conduct live training

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Questions?

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FRP Terms and Definitions

FRP = Fleet Response Plan

· Builds upon capability inherent in FRP to deliver MCO ready forces · Enables Navy defense in depth in the GWOT and Homeland Defense · Maintains strong forward deployed forces with inherent capacity to support surge operations upon Combatant Commander demand signals · Uses cost effective approach to enhance readiness (GWOT Surge) and better align forces to meet emergent / transforming threats

FRTP = Fleet Response Training Program

· Mission essential task specified training in support of FRP certification · Capability to adapt to changing global demand signal

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FRP Terms and Definitions

Deployed Force

· Core rotational deployments in support of COCOM standing requirements

· Surface Combatants, CSG, ESG, TLAM, P-3, Submarine, etc · Near to long term plan (1-5 years) · Accounts for infrastructure and force structure (shipyard, entitlement process, flying hour management) constraints...fiscally apportioned · Driven by policy (TAR, deployment length)

Surge Force

· Above core forces in support of COCOM emergent requirements (RFF)

· Shorter notice reaction time (measured in weeks to months) · Provides scalable, responsive forces to meet OPLAN execution, GWOT / MHLD · Trained to needs of the Combatant Commanders · Will impact infrastructure and force structure (shipyard, entitlement process, flying hour management) · May require supplemental funding

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TOP DOWN APPROACH

Air Superiority Power Projection Amphibious Operations AT/FP

Combatant CDR Missions & Tasks JTF CDR JMETL Missions & Tasks Group Missions & Tasks JTF NMETL Group NMETL Warfare CDR Subject Matter Experts Build/Review -- Web Subject Matter Experts Build/Review -- Web Based Review via NTIMS Based Review via NTIMS CRAs Manage & CFFC Approves CRAs Manage & CFFC Approves Continuous Improvement After Each Continuous Improvement After Each Training Cycle Training Cycle NMETL Warfare CDR Missions & Tasks

Maritime Superiority

Unit Missions & Tasks

Unit NMETL

Individual

JTA Many Users of this NMETL Data Many Users of this NMETL Data

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