Topic 17 CSGESG Planning inst ppt 14 Jul 08

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Topic 17 CSG/ESG Planning
Considerations
Enabling Objectives
17.1 STATE the three levels of military planning.
17.2 LIST and DISCUSS the basic planning principles.
17.3 EXPLAIN the three products of Navy component planning.
17.4 DISCUSS the purpose and use of OPGENs, OPTASKs, and OPSTATs.
17.5 DISCUSS the Fleet Readiness Training Program (FRTP), to include phases and events.
17.6 LIST some of the planning considerations for Operations, Intelligence, and
Communications.
Basics of Planning
“There are three types of leaders:
Those who make things happen,
those who watch things happen,
and
those who wonder what happened.”
American Military Saying
Why We Plan
• Fundamental To Leadership
• Develop Planning Skills
Military Planning
• Levels of Planning
– Strategic
– Operational
“Cryptologic-capable”
– Tactical
"A good plan violently executed NOW is
better than a perfect plan executed next week....."
--General George S. Patton
War as I Knew It, 1947
Precepts of Planning
• Principles of War
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Objective
Mass
Maneuver
Offensive
Economy of Force
• Cont’d
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Unity of Command
Simplicity
Surprise
Security
Planning Principles
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Relevance
Clarity
Timeliness
Flexibility
• Participation
• Economy of
Resources
• Security
• Coordination
Military Planning Logic
Mission
Phase 1
Commander’s
Estimate
Course of
Action
Action
Phase 2
Commander’s
Plan
Organization
Tasks
Phase 3
Commander’s
Directive
Order
Phase 4
Commander’s
Supervision
Planning Responsibilities
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National Planning
Joint Operational Planning
Campaign Planning
Naval Operations Planning
National Planning
National Security Council
Joint Strategic
Planning System
Planning, Programming &
Budgeting System
Joint Operation Planning
and Execution System
Joint Operational Planning
Campaign Planning
Deliberate Planning
OPLAN
CONPLAN
Functional
Plan
Crisis Action Planning
Campaign
Plan
OPORD
Campaign Planning
"(A) lesson of the Persian Gulf conflict is the importance, in a highly uncertain
world, of sound planning. . . .Our response in the crisis was greatly aided because
we had planned for such a contingency."
--Secretary of Defense Richard Cheney, 1991
Naval Component Planning
• Commander’s Estimate
• OPLANS
• Directives
Navy Coordination
• OPGEN
• OPTASK
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Air Defense
Intel
Communications
Link
• OPSTAT
Exercising the Plan
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Contingency Operations
Scheduled Deployments
JTFEX
COMPTUEX/ESGEX
N3 Planning Considerations
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Termination
End State Objectives
Effects
Decisive Points
Decision Points
Direct v. Indirect
Lines of Operations
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Timing and Tempo
Forces and Functions
Leverage
Balance
Synergy
Culmination
IO Planning Considerations
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Planning Initiation
Mission Analysis
COA Development
COA Analysis and Wargaming
COA Comparison
COA Approval
N2 Planning Considerations
• Intelligence Requirements
• Personnel, Augmentation, Logistics,
Communications
• Collection
• Processing and Exploitation
• Analysis and Production
• I&W, Current Intel, GMI, Targeting, Scientific and
Technical Intelligence
• Evaluation and Feedback
N6 Planning Considerations
• Information Assurance
• Multnational
Communications
• Support to ISR
• Interagency,
Intergovernmental, &
Non-Governmental
Communications
• WWW/Internet
• Information Management
• Joint Network
Communications Control
• SATCOM Planning and
Management
• EM Spectrum Planning
and Mgmt

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