State - Minnesota National Guard

Report
MinnesotaNationalGuard.org
1
AGENDA
 Organizational overview
 Global War on Terrorism
 Domestic Operations
 Special capabilities and
programs
 Reintegration program
 State Agency
 Questions and discussion
MinnesotaNationalGuard.org
2
DUAL STATUS MILITARY FORCE

Reserve components of U.S. Army and
Air Force
- Fight and win America’s wars
- Federal homeland security, homeland defense,
emergency response, military support
 State military force under control of the
Governor
- State emergency response, military support
- Add value to the local community
 One standard – two oaths – three missions
 13, 137 Soldiers and Airmen
 Joint Force Headquarters
 Department of Military Affairs
MinnesotaNationalGuard.org
3
PRIORITIES
 Competent Ready Force
 Ready for Action
 Optimal Force Structure
 Capabilities Aligned with Missions
 Sustainable Infrastructure
 Resource Management
 Service Members and Their Families
 Beyond the Yellow Ribbon
 Diversity of the Force
 Valuing Our Diversity
 Cyber Security and Response
 Continuous Vigilance
MinnesotaNationalGuard.org
4
ECONOMIC IMPACT
 2013 budget = $44,128,000
% of Funding
- Federal: $425,996,000
- State: $15,284,000
3.5 %
• 2,070 full time employees
Federal
• ~13,137 traditional members
State
96.5 %
• 100 units stationed in 63 communities
• Largest employer in Morrison County
• 9th largest employer in Duluth region
MinnesotaNationalGuard.org
5
2013 HOT TOPICS
 WOMEN IN COMBAT
 SUICIDE PREVENTION
 SEXUAL ASSAULT AWARENESS
AND RESPONSE
 SEQUESTRATION
MinnesotaNationalGuard.org
6
AIR NATIONAL GUARD
Air National Guard:
2,232 Airmen or 101% Strength
133rd Airlift Wing
 Minneapolis/St. Paul International
Airport
 C-130 transport planes
 Move people, equipment and
supplies
148th Fighter Wing
 Duluth International Airport
 F-16 fighter jets
 Suppression of Enemy Air Defense
MinnesotaNationalGuard.org
7
ARMY NATIONAL GUARD
Army National Guard:
10, 905 Soldiers or 116% Strength
 Joint Force Headquarters
 Combat Division Headquarters
 Armored Brigade Combat Team
 Combat Aviation Brigade
 Regional Support Group
 Troop Command
 Regional Training Institute
MinnesotaNationalGuard.org
8
CAMP RIPLEY
53,000-acre regional training facility
 Supported 449,527 man-days of training
 Economic impact of $304,181,085
 Utilized by the military, federal, state,
local and civilian communities
 Opened the Emergency Management
Training Center and the Emergency Vehicle
Operations Course
 Administers the Arden Hills Army Training
Site
MinnesotaNationalGuard.org
9
STATEWIDE PRESENCE
63 Training Centers
2 Air Bases
2 Army Training Sites
-
Add value to each community
by providing armories, air
bases and local training areas
to train 13,137 Soldiers and
Airmen from across the state
-
Armories host a variety of
community events - from
ceremonies to wedding
receptions to emergencies
-
The doors are open to serve
the community 365 days a
year.
MinnesotaNationalGuard.org
10
GLOBAL WAR ON TERROR
9/11 changed everything
- Transformed from strategic
reserve to operational force
- No more “weekend warriors”
Mobilized more than 26,000
- Air: 10,000
- Army: 16,000
* 350 deployed today; more
preparing
MinnesotaNationalGuard.org
11
OPERATIONS
 Operations in 33 countries
- Iraqi Freedom/New Dawn (Iraq)
- Enduring Freedom (Afghanistan)
- Bosnia (SFOR)
- Kosovo (KFOR)
- Noble Eagle (ground and air
security)
- Jump Start (Southwest US border)
- Unified land operations
MinnesotaNationalGuard.org
12
FUTURE OPERATIONS
Currently Soldiers/ Airman notified of
upcoming deployments
MinnesotaNationalGuard.org
13
STATE ACTIVE DUTY
2005
 Wildfire suppression
 Temporary housing for hurricane survivors
 Winter storm assistance
Man-days
1,050
2006
 Flood fight
 Wildfire suppression
1282
2007
 Fire operations in Boundary Waters Canoe Area
 Southern Minnesota Blizzard
 UND Plane Crash Recovery
 Flood fight in southern Minnesota
1,091
2008
 Winter Storm
 Search for Body in Lake Mille Lacs
2010
Man-days
 Flood response in Red River Valley and Southern MN
 Fire Operations in Northern Minnesota
3976
2011
 Flood fight in RRV, North & South Dakota Support
 Tornado in Minneapolis, Search Mission in Duluth
3976
2012
 Flood response in Duluth
 Fire Operations in Northern Minnesota
143
2013
 Winter Storm
 Fire Operations in Northern Minnesota
96
40
2005-2013 GRAND TOTAL
2009
 Flood response
 Support for Presidential Inauguration
22,224
14,546
MinnesotaNationalGuard.org
14
ESSENTIAL CORE CAPABILITIES
1) Joint Headquarters, Command and
Control
2) Medical
3) Communications
4) Logistics
5) Transportation
6) Engineer
7) Civil Support Teams
8) Maintenance
9) Security
10) Aviation
MinnesotaNationalGuard.org
15
DOMESTIC OPERATIONS
 Civil Support Team (CST)
- Detect, identify, analyze, assist
 Emergency Response Force (CERF)
- Decontamination, heavy rescue, medical triage
 Counterdrug Program (CD)
- Demand reduction, analysis, eradication
 Critical Infrastructure Protection -
Assessment (CIPA)
 Community support
MinnesotaNationalGuard.org
16
EQUIPMENT CAPABILITIES
HMMWV’s (1,035)
FMTV (384)
5 Ton Trucks (7)
HEMTT 17 Cargo (245)
HEMTT (228)
Water Pumps (4)
Recovery Vehicle (170) Mass Casualty Trailer (1) Generators (600)
Small Unit Sustainment
Vehicle (Winter/Remote
Rescue) (17)
Pallet Loading
System (221)
Personnel Carrier
(Winter/Remote Rescue)
126
MinnesotaNationalGuard.org
Fork Lifts (38)
17
AVIATION CAPABILITIES
C-130 H3 “Hercules” (8)
CH-47 Chinook (5)
UH-60 Black Hawk (11)
F-16 CM, Block 50 “Fighting Falcons” (18)
MinnesotaNationalGuard.org
18
INTEROPERABLE COMMUNICATIONS
Radio Phone Cell Web VTC
Remote Communication
Platforms
MinnesotaNationalGuard.org
19
YELLOW RIBBON
• 30-Day event
- Relationships, parenting, services, job
fair
• 60-Day event
- Anger, substance abuse, gambling,
driving
• 90-Day event
- Health reassessment, administrative
unit event
• One year event
• Family preparation academies
• Initial Soldier preparation
MinnesotaNationalGuard.org
20
YELLOW RIBBON NETWORKS
 Vital community based support
for Service members and their
families
 In 2013
 202 Cities
 23 Counties
 34 Companies
 Total “Yellow Ribbon Entities”
is 259 and growing
MinnesotaNationalGuard.org
21
EDUCATION
 Federal Tuition Benefits
 GI Bill
 Federal Tuition Assistance
 State Education
 State Tuition Reimbursement
 STARBASE
 DoD Funded STEM Program
 Grades 4-6
 45,384 students since 1993
MinnesotaNationalGuard.org
22
INTERNATIONAL PARTNERSHIPS
 Norway
 Bilateral Agreement
 41st Year of Exchange this year
 Croatia
 State Partner Program
 Mutual military training
 Military missions to
Afghanistan
MinnesotaNationalGuard.org
23
DMA
TAG
MG Nash
(State Military)
Director, Joint
Staff
Executive
Director
(State Civilian)
(Federal Military)
ARNG Units
Camp Ripley
Training Center
(Federal Military)
ARNG Staff
Element
Joint Staff
Element
Army Manning,
Army Training,
Army Logistics,
Communications &
Army Network
Support
(Federal Mil/Civ)
Support to Civil
Authorities,
Domestic Operations
&Plans, Intelligence,
Joint Logistics, Legal
Oversight, Human
Resources (Federal
Mil/Civ)
ANG Staff
Element
AF Manning
AF Training,
AF Logistics,
Communications
and Network
Support
(Federal Mil/Civ)
Denotes Army
National Guard
Denotes Air
National Guard
(Federal Military)
(Federal Military)
ANG Units
(Federal Military)
Sustainment
Operations
Finance, HR,
Payroll , Military
Incentives, P & C,
Internal Audit,
Safety & Health,
Quartermaster,
MSABC
State Mil/Civ)
Military Outreach,
Support to Military
Operations,
Quartermaster,
Plans, Facility
Security, Fire
Protection, ATFP,
ESS, Air Traffic
(State Mil/Civ)
Denotes State
Employees
MinnesotaNationalGuard.org
Denotes Joint
Positions
(Federal or State
Military)
24
Military Affairs
STAFFING LEVEL
Full Time Staff
Citizen Soldiers and Airmen
State
Employees
Federal
Army National
Guard
Federal
Air National
Guard
= 100
MinnesotaNationalGuard.org
25
FUNDING LEVELS
Total Economic Impact
$441 Million
Federal Direct Spending
Federal Direct Spending
$386 Million*
Federal Coop
Agreement
$40 Million*
Federal
Cooperative
Agreement
Funding
State Funding
$15 Million**
State
Funding
*Expended in FY 13
**Budgeted for FY14
MinnesotaNationalGuard.org
26
AGENCY STATE OPERATING BUDGET
3 Accounts:
Maintenance of Training Facilities ($6.66M)
Maintenance and Repair
(86%)
Other (14%)
General Support ($2.36M)
Salary and Benefits
(62%)
Other
(38%)
Enlistment Incentives ($10.348M)
State Tuition Reimbursement (STR)
(89%)
MinnesotaNationalGuard.org
Other
(11%)
27
MINNESOTA DEPARTMENT OF MILITARY AFFAIRS
Questions?
MinnesotaNationalGuard.org
28

similar documents