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Report
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Cobra Gold 12 Overview Brief
for Senior Leaders Seminar
Major Andrew Merz
07 February 2012
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Overview
• Full participating nations for the 31st Cobra Gold
include:
• Thailand (3,623), United States (5,335), Singapore (59),
Japan (75), Republic of Korea (324), Indonesia (73),
Malaysia (79) [9,568 participants]
• 10 Multinational Planning Augmentation
Team (MPAT) nations invited (blue confirmed):
• Australia, Canada, France, Italy, United Kingdom,
Bangladesh, India, Nepal, Philippines, Vietnam
• 10 Combined Observer Liaison Team (COLT)
nations invited (blue confirmed):
• Brunei, Laos, Russia, Netherlands, New Zealand, P.R.C.,
South Africa, Sri Lanka, Timor Leste, U.A.E.
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Area of Operations
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Chiang
Mai:
-SOF
Aviation
Phitsanulok:
-FTX CJSOTF HQ
Sappan Nak:
-MEU RW Aviation
Chai Badan:
-CALFEX
Bangkok:
-JESG FWD/RR
Rayong Bus Station:
-NEO/TJNO
Utapao:
-MARFOR ACE
-CPX & FTX
CNAVFOR HQ
-JMCC
Sattahip:
-CPX & FTX
CMARFOR
-EXERCISE
CONTROL
GROUP
Nam Phong:
-CMARFOR
FW AVIATION
RANGE
Korat- Camp
Suranaree
-MNF/JTF 505
COC
-JESG COC
-CPX
CARFOR
-CPX CFACC
-CPX CJSOTF
-CJCMOTF
HQ
Korat- Camp
Friendship
-FTX CARFOR
Korat- Wing 1
-MARFOR
ACE HQ
Poo Lum Yai:
-CARFOR FTX
Hat Yao:
-CMARFOR,
-CJSOTF
FTX
Lotawin :
-CMARFOR
Samaesan:
-CMARFOR
LCE HQ
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Ban Chan Krem:
-CMARFOR GCE
AAV Camp:
-CMARFOR
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Cobra Gold 2012 Timeline
Closing
Ceremony
MB 2
ARR
Opening
Ceremony
MB 1
R/D
FEB 12
Jan ~ 30 31
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
H/CA ENCAP Ops 17 Jan – 17 Feb
CPX Pre-training
CPX
MNF/JTF/JES
G/ECG
FTX
Setup
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4
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Command Post Exercise
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5
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CPX Overview
• Objective:
– Advance regional security by displaying a robust
multinational force sharing a common goal and
commitment to a peaceful region, but remaining an agile
force prepared for any contingency
• Method:
– Multinational Force Peace Enforcement Operations
scenario
– Incorporates all full-participating nations
– Simulation-driven CPX
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CPX Command & Control Structure
NATIONAL COMMAND ELEMENTS
TNI
ROK
SAF
RTARF
III MEF
MAF
KUH
MNF-CG
JSDF
MNF COMMANDER
MNF DEPUTY
MNF ASST CDR
CNAVFOR
CFACC
CARFOR
TF WEST
TF EAST
CMARFOR
CJSOTF
Approval
Coordinate
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Operational
7
Control
CPX MNF C-Staff Leads & Deputies
Contributing
Nations:
-THA (161)
-USA (216)
-SGP (32)
-IDN (17)
-MYS (16)
-KOR (6)
-JPN LNO (3)
-MPAT (13)
-Total: 464
CDR MNF
DCG
DCG
ASSISTANTCG
COS
DCOS
DCOS
C1
L
C2
D
L
D
L
C4
L
L
D
L
D
C6
D
SURGEON
DCOS
C3
D
C5
C7/CMO
L
DCOS
DCOS
D
L
PA
D
L
D
SJA
L
D
IDN
KOR
SGP
THA
USA
MYS
KUH 8
ECG & Training Audience
Training Audience
ECG
SUN
February 2012
CPX Operations Calendar
MON
TUE
WED
THUR
1
FRI
SAT
2
3
Focus of Effort
to JCWC
4
Focus of Effort
to Senior Cntl
Pre-CPX trng
Begin JTLS Test
5
Thai OnlyTrng
(Theater)
End JTLS Test
6
Super
Bowl
Opening 7
Ceremony
8
SLS/ACADEMICS SLS/ACADEMICS
ECG Training
13
MINI Ex
10
11
CPX Start D+4
ECG Training
SCIF Hot
12
9
14
CG Execution
15
16 Closing 17
18
Ceremony
CPX End D+10
AAR
CG Execution
19
20
21
BSA ends
26
27
28
22
23
24
25
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CPX Academics Schedule
Tuesday 7 Feb
0800-0830
0830-0900
Wednesday 8 Feb
Thursday 9 Feb
MultiNational Intel
SYSTEMS TRAINING
MultiNational Logistics
IM HANDBOOK REVIEW
Personnel Recovery Ops
INFORMATION SECURITY
Info Ops and Communication Integration
RFI PROCESS
MultiNational ROE
CONDUCT OF COC
Lunch
Lunch
COC WALK-THRU / COC Training
0900-0930
0930-1000
1000-1030
1030-1100
Opening Ceremony
1100-1130
1130-1200
1200-1230
Lunch
1230-1300
1300-1330
1330-1400
CPX OVERVIEW
WNN Scenario Kickoff / OIPE
1500-1530
MNF CONOPS and Component
CONOPS
Peace Enforcement Ops
1530-1600
1600-1630
1630-1700
Humanitarian Assistance in Complex
Contingencies
MINIEX
Civil-Military Operations
Mutinational COC Operations
INFO MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS
MultiNational Fires
TEST LOAD CUB SLIDES/SVTC
B2C2WG and Battle Rhythm
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STARTEX
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M
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L
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Intenational Humanitarian Law
1400-1430
1430-1500
Campaign Assessments
Friday 10 Feb
B
2
C
2
W
G
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MNF OPERATIONS
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Field Training Exercise
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FTX Objectives
CARFOR
CMARFOR
• Conduct multinational FTX events designed
to advance partner nation Joint interoperability,
Combined Arms effectiveness, and tactical
capability in a multinational environment.
• Conduct Noncombatant Evacuation Operations
(NEO) with multinational partners.
• Conduct multinational FTX events designed
to advance partner nation Joint inoperability,
Combined Arms effectiveness, and tactical
capability in a multinational environment.
• Provide sustainment and readiness training
for U.S. forces.
• Advances mil-to-mil relationships of all
participating nations.
CNAVFOR
• Conduct Maritime security operations
• Perform Amphibious assault with
multinational partners
• Conduct C2 with multinational partners
CJSOTF
• Unconventional Warfare (UW)
• Special Reconnaissance (SR)
• Combined/Joint Interoperability
• Close air support/tactical air controller ops
• Infiltration/Exfiltration
• Personal Recovery/Combat Search & Rescue
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CG12 FTX Map
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Phitsanulok:
CJSOTF:
THA (125)
USA (162)
Chiang
Mai:
CJSOTF:
USA (60)
THA (TBD)
Sappan Nak:
USA (200)
THA (TBD)
Chai Badan:
CALFEX
USA (955)
THA (570)
Nam Phong:
CMARFOR
USA (12)
THA (TBD)
Korat:
JESG COC
Rayong Bus Station
NEO/TJNO:
THA (190)
US (120)
JPN (60)
IDN (30)
MYS (30)
CARFOR:
THA (TBD)
USA (739)
CJSOTF:
THA (60)
USA (50)
CMARFOR:
THA (TBD)
USA (866)
Utapao:
CMARFOR:
THA (TBD)
USA (244)
CNAVFOR
THA (TBD)
USA (4)
Poo Lum Yai:
CARFOR:
THA (TBD)
USA (695)
Sattahip:
CMARFOR
THA (40)
USA (150)
CNAVFOR:
THA (316)
USA (2530)
ROK (130)
Hat Yao:
CMARFOR:
THA (TBD)
USA (76)
CJSOTF:
THA (30)
USA (12)
Samaesan:
CMARFOR:
THA (TBD)
USA (475)
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Lotawin :
CMARFOR
THA (40)
USA (100)
AAV Camp:
CMARFOR
THA (90)
USA (210)
Ban Chan Krem:
CMARFOR:
THA (150)
USA (350)
ROK (150)
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Humanitarian Civil Assistance
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14
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HCA Concept
• Total ENCAPs: 6
– Multinational participation (Thailand, United States, Singapore, Japan,
Indonesia, South Korea, and Malaysia)
• Total Medical Support Operations sites: 6
– Multinational participation (Thailand, United States, Japan, Indonesia,
South Korea, and Malaysia)
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HCA ENCAP Sites
NAKHON
RATCHASIMA
SITE 2
SARABURI
SITE 1
25 USMC/20 RTAF
KORAT
30 USA /20 RTAF
2 Singapore
SITE 3
30 USA/20 RTA
BANGKOK
CHANTHABURI
SITE 4
CHONBURI
SITE 6
25 USMC/20 RTMC
20 USN/20 RTN/
7 MAF
RAYONG
SITE 5
10 USMC/20
RTN/12 ROK/15 TNI
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Key:
USMC – RED
Army – GREEN
Navy – BLUE 16
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HCA MEDCAP Sites
SARABURI
SITE 1
KORAT
NAKHON
RATCHASIMA
SITES 2 & 3
BANGKOK
CHANTHABURI
SITE 4
CHONBURI
SITE 6
MEDCAP TEAM
RAYONG
SITE 5
SMEE – NO
MEDCAP
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ALL SITES WILL CONSIST OF:
(27) USN
(5) US ARMY
(15) THA
(5) IDN
(4) KOR
(5) MYS
(5) JPN
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CG 12 Community Relations Projects
Korat
(1)--Narisawat WP & VTC for
Women (JTF:HQ)
(2)--Ban Ratchasima Boys
Wel-fare Est.
(CMARFOR:MAG-12)
(3, 4)--(Ratchasima
Wittayalai-2 School) x2
(CARFOR:2-162 Inf. Bn;
CMARFOR:MAG-12)
(5)--Nakhon Ratchasima
Panyonnookun School
(CMARFOR:MAG-12)
(6)--Boonwattana High
School (CMARFOR:MAG-12)
(7)--Boonwattana Static
Display (CMARFOR:MAG-12)
(8)--Phoklang
Thammaprakorn Home
(CMARFOR:MAG-12)
(9, 10)--Sathanpinit Boys’
Home Training Ctr) x 2
(CARFOR: HQ, 2-9 Inf.;
CMARFOR:MAG-12)
(11)--Thailand Children‘s
Home
(CMARFOR:MAG-12)
Pattaya
(14)--Father Ray
Children’s Home
(CMARFOR:MAG-36)
(15)--Father Ray
Children’s Village
(CMARFOR:MAG-36)
(16)--Pattaya
Redemptorist Vocational
School for People with
Disabilities (CMARFOR:
MAG-36)
(17)--Pattaya Orphanage
and Sotpattana School
for the Deaf
(CNAVFOR:31st MEU)
Utaphao
(18)--Banklongbangpai
School
(CMARFOR:MAG-36)
Rayong
(19)--Camillian Social
Center Rayong
(CMARFOR:HQ)
Ban Chan Krem
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(12)--Ban Chathaklem School
(CMARFOR:CAB)
(13)--Ban Klongchen
Community Center
18
(CMARFOR:CAB)
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Flood Recovery Medical Outreach Sites
PATHUM
THANI
LOP BURI
AYUTTAYA
FLOOD RECOVERY
MEDICAL TEAM
(10) USN
(15) Thai
(5) AFRIMS
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19
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Flood Recovery Medical CONOPs
January/February 2012
22
29
23
24
25
26
27
Day 1
Bangkok
SMEE
Symposium
Day 2
Bangkok
SMEE
Symposium
3
30
31
1
2
Site 1
Pathum Thani
Medical
Outreach
32 PAX
Site 2
Lop Buri
Medical
Outreach
32 PAX
Site 2 (Day 2)
Lop Buri
Medical
Outreach
32 PAX
Site 3
Ayutthaya
Medical
Outreach
32 PAX
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•Health Engagements conducted one week prior to opening ceremony of CG-12 with 10 US , 15
Thai, and 5 AFRIMS Medical Personnel (Same US personnel will participate in CG-12)
•Medically assist and treat local villagers from flood affected areas (Pathum Thani, Lop Buri,
and Ayutthaya)
•SMEE Symposium will occur at Venue in Bangkok. Thai Mil Health officials plan for 60
participants. Topics will include: Shelter Mgmt, pandemic disease, mass casualty planning,
psych first aid, future vision MEDCAPs, and disaster experience.
•Symposium presenters from Thai & US Mil, Thai Civ Officials, AFRIMS, USAID, others (TBD)
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