CDandI MCTL Website Brief

CDandI MCTL Website Brief

Marine Marine Corps Corps Task Task List List Mission Mission Essential Essential Task Task List List MCTL MCTL // MET MET // METL METL Life Life Cycle Cycle Development Development Jan Jan 2019 2019 MCTL Section Office of Strategic Management Marine Corps Integration Division HQMC, CD&I, CDD JAN 2019-UNCLASSIFIED 1 Overview MCTL Section Mission = Validation of Data Driven Deliverables MCTL/MET/METL Life Cycle Support: Capabilities-to-Readiness CD&Is Roles in Force Development and Force Generation Synchronization CD&Is Policy, Integrated Process Alignments = Workshop Data Driven Deliverables MCTL: The Dictionary of Current Capabilities and Building Blocks of METs MCTs Become METs, METL Review Process, Workshop Goals METs and Standards: Core, Core Plus, Assigned Mission; and MCT/MET Approval Process TFSMS / MCTIMS / MSHARP: Data Driven Source Systems detailing Current Capabilities Readiness Synchronization, Top Down/Bottom Up, the DRRS-Enterprise, IRWG, QRB Supporting Institutional Readiness and the PPBE Cycle CD&I MCTL Website, SharePoint and MCTL/MET/METL Life Cycle Products Info JAN 2019-UNCLASSIFIED 2

CD&I/CDD/MCID MCTL Section Mission DIRAUTH for the construction/content of MCTs resident within (MCTL); program management/maintenance of doctrine-based defined current USMC actions, activities, capabilities expressed as Tasks. Ensure MCTL/MET/METL data driven current capability developed products supports all elements of the MAGTF and SE. Conducts/supports/coordinates COI and SE MET/METL reviews w/Advocates, TECOM/ OccFields, and MFC (Force Provider) in 3-yr. cycle, or as required. Supports CD&Is Future Capability Development Process, Capability Portfolio Management (CPM), JCIDS/JCA alignment processes: - MCTL/METL data represents the current as-is capability foundation for to-be future force capability development via the CBA, DOTMLPF-P, and Operational Mission Architecture processes: apability= + + + + Fully Described (Instantiated) JAN 2019-UNCLASSIFIED MCT MET Derived from Scenario and UJTL Conditions list. Measures from UJTL/MCTL/etc., criteria from multiple sources Doctrine Tactics Procedures Processes

Resources Performers Capability Achieves Desired Effect(s) 3 MCT / MET / METL Life Cycle (CURRENT Capabilities) Core, OPLAN, Assigned Mission or (FUTURE Capabilities) Expeditionary Force 21 MC Service Campaign Plan USMC MISSION (Current-to-Future Future-to-Current Cycle) CAPABILITY MCTL Tasks = METs/METLs TFSMS (T/O&E) MCTIMS (Training) REQUIREMENTS CAPABILITIES STRUCTURE/ RESOURCES Authoritative Data Source (ADS) System Interfacing METs/METLs Manpower, Equipment, Trained Performance Standards and Metrics

RFFs / FORCE SOURCING THE ESTABLISHED USMC CURRENT CAPABILITIES USMC READINESS DRRS-MC MISSION READINESS MISSION ASSESSMENTS Force in Readiness MCT / MET / METL Life Cycle is the organizational relationship between Mission Planning, Requirements, Capabilities, Resources, Capabilities Sourcing and Readiness performance indicators reported in DRRS-MC JAN 2019-UNCLASSIFIED 4 CD&Is Role in Force Development Production of a common aim point that describes the Current Force and guides development of the Future Force . Strategic Planning BF CD Design The Force Build The Force Identify and prioritize capabilities required to achieve the future force, plan solution strategies across DOTMLPF, and direct development of the force within the limitations of resources and with an understanding of risk. The actions required to develop and deliver DOTMLPF solutions to achieve the designed force. Concept Concept Development Development

Entry-Level Entry-Level Training Training (MOS) (MOS) Wargaming Wargaming // Experimentation Experimentation PME PME (MCO (MCO1555.3.4B) 1555.3.4B) Doctrine Doctrine (MCO (MCO 5600.20) 5600.20) MCCBA MCCBA JCIDS JCIDS (CJCSI (CJCSI 3170.01) 3170.01) (MCO (MCO3900.20) 3900.20) MET MET (Future) (Future) TBD TBD UNP UNP (MCO (MCO3900.17 3900.17)) Installations Installations (including (including MILCON) MILCON) (MCO (MCO 5400.54) 5400.54)

Prepare Designed Force Actions associated with manning, equipping, organizing, and training (both service and theater) of a unit to achieve a C1/C2 readiness rating that can deploy in support of steady state activities or a major contingency operation. TFSP TFSP (MCO (MCO5311.1E) 5311.1E) S&T S&T (MCO (MCO3960.6) 3960.6) Acquisition Acquisition (SECNAVINST (SECNAVINST5000.2e) 5000.2e) FG(A) FE Generate Assigned Force The collective process of transforming a C1/C2 designed force into a C1/C2 assigned force by providing additional mission specific training, manpower, and equipment. Employ The Force Deploying, sustaining, and redeploying an assigned force in support of operational requirements.

Sustainment Sustainment Force Force Generation Generation Process Process Force Force Sourcing Sourcing // GFM GFM Force Force Synchronization Synchronization MCTL/METL MCTL/METL MCTL/METL(+) MCTL/METL(+) MCO MCO 3502.6A 3502.6A MCO MCO 3500.26 3500.26 MCO MCO 3500.110 3500.110 Unit Unit Training Training Human Human Resource Resource Dev. Dev. Process Process (HRDP) (HRDP) and and HCM HCM -- Manpower Manpower Mgmt. Mgmt.

R A (MCSHA-PMF, DRRS-MC, etc.) FG(D) MCO MCO 1553.10 1553.10 Readiness Readiness Eval Eval MCTIMS MCTIMS MCCRE MCCRE MCO MCO 1553.10 1553.10 MCO MCO 3501.1D 3501.1D % of MANNED Units > C-2 MCO MCO 3120.12 3120.12 MCO MCO3500.26 3500.26 MCO MCO3500.110 3500.110 U-UNS U-UNS MCO MCO 3900.17 3900.17 Readiness Readiness MCO

MCO3000.13 3000.13 LEGEND CD - Capabilities Design BF - Build the Force FG(D) -Force Generation (Designed) FG(A) -Force Generation (Assigned) FE - Force Employment R - Resourcing A - Assessment Action taken to balance financial, manpower, and material assets in order to meet present and future requirements on and to best support the Marine Corps of the future based on requirements and capabilities identified and outlined through a deliberate planning process providing a basis for a sound strategy to best allocate and distribute our limited resources. JAN 2019-UNCLASSIFIED Actions associated with measuring the ability to effectively design, build, generate, and employ forces 5 CD&Is Policy Alignments: MCTL (MCO 3500.26) and MET / METL Development (MCO 3500.110) Total Force Structure Process (MCO 5311.1E) MCTIMS SOP (MCO 1553.10) MET/METL Development Workshops: Precursor effort conducted prior to and supports Unit/COI T&R Manual Review 3-Yr. cycle. Coordinated process involving CD&I, TECOM, MARFORCOM and Advocate. Supports TFS process by reviewing Unit/COI Mission Statement ensuring organizational capability and mission intent can be met, and mapping METs/METL to current TFSMS T/O&E aids in personnel standards and required equipment development. Supports Marine Corps Training & Info Mgmt System (MCTIMS) SOP by aligning METs to current unit COI T&R Manual e-coded training events. JAN 2019-UNCLASSIFIED 6 MCTL Supports Current Capability MET/METL Development MCTL, the Dictionary of current USMC activities/actions defined as Tasks that an organization must perform to accomplish a mission. MCTs are used by COI / SE as Building Blocks for METs/METLs MCTs are Organized by the Six (6) Warfighting Functions (WFF): 1. Maneuver 2. Intelligence

3. Fires 4. Logistics 5. Command and Control 6. Force Protection Contains Task Title, Task Definition, Doctrinal Ref and Suggested Measures of Performance USMC TASKS: MCT 1.6.1 Conduct Offensive OPS MCT 1.6.4 Conduct Defensive OPS MCT 1.13 Conduct Irregular Warfare (IW) MCT 1.12.1 Conduct Amphibious OPS MCT 1.13.2 Conduct NEO MCT 1.14 Conduct Stability OPS MCT 1.18.1 Support COIN OPS MCT 1.15.1.2 Facilitate Foreign HA Official Tri-Service Directive OPNAVINST 3500.38C MCO 3500.26B USCG COMDTINST 3500.1C Revised 16 Aug 2018 3 EX: INFANTRY CORE METL 1

TASK (MET) TASK (MET) 4 TASK (MET) 2 TASK (MET) 5 TASK (MET) 1. MCT 1.6.1 Conduct Offensive OPS 2. MCT 1.6.4 Conduct Defensive OPS 3. MCT 1.12.1 Conduct Amphibious OPS 4. MCT 1.14 Conduct Stability OPS 5. MCT 1.18.1 Support COIN OPS** **Not deemed CORE by Community but could be CORE+ for Assigned Mission / OPLAN METL Reported in DRRS-MC Every 30 Days JAN 2019-UNCLASSIFIED 7

MCTL: Current Capability MET/METL Development - Installations MCTL: Dictionary of current USMC activities/actions/capabilities defined as Tasks that an organization must perform to accomplish or support a mission. MCTs are used by COI / SE as Building Blocks for METs/METLs MCTs are Organized by the Six (6) Warfighting Functions (WFF): 1. Maneuver 2. Intelligence 3. Fires 4. Logistics 5. Command and Control 6. Force Protection Contains Task Title, Task Definition, Doctrinal Ref and Suggested Measures of Performance Official Tri-Service Directive OPNAVINST 3500.38 MCO 3500.26 USCG COMDTINST 3500.1 5 USMC MCTs: MCT 1.7 Support Maneuver Through the Provision of Training Areas MCT 4.6.6 Community Services MCT 4.1 Conduct Supply Operations MCT 4.3 Conduct Transportation Operations MCT 4.6 Provide Services (Nonmaterial & Support Activities) MCT 4.6.3 Provide Airfield Operation Services MCT 4.9 Provide Base and Station Facilities and Related Infrastructure MCT 6 Protect the Force 1 2

TASK (MET) TASK (MET) 6 3 TASK (MET) 4 TASK (MET) 7 Installations / Bases / Stations METL TASK (MET) 8 Reported in DRRS-MC Quarterly MCTs when used as Mission Essential Tasks (METs) define the Functional Support Capabilities of Installations / Bases / Station JAN 2019-UNCLASSIFIED 8 MCTL Task Organization Standardized Dictionary/Library of common language Tasks or capabilities an organization must perform to accomplish the mission Organized by the Six Warfighting Functions 1. 2. 3.

4. 5. 6. Maneuver Intelligence Fires Logistics Command and Control Force Protection Designed Capabilities of a USMC Unit or Functional Support Capabilities of an Installation / Base / Station Contains Task Title, Task Definition, Doctrinal References and Suggested Measures EXAMPLE Marine Corps Task Task Title: MCT 1.12.1 Conduct Amphibious Operations Definition: To conduct a military operation launched from the sea by an amphibious force, embarked in ships or craft with the primary purpose of introducing a landing force ashore to accomplish the assigned mission. Types of amphibious operations include assaults, withdrawals, demonstrations, raids, and other amphibious operations in a permissive, uncertain, or hostile environment. Doctrinal References: (JP 1-02, 3-02, MCDP 1-0, 3, MCWP 3-33.7, 4-11.8, MCRP 3-33.7A, MCO 3104.1) Suggested/EXAMPLE Measures: M1 Percent Of qualified and deployable MOS Marines available to conduct Amphibious Operations. M2 Percent Of Mission Essential Equipment (MEE) supply on hand and Mission Ready. M3 Y/N Able to conduct amphibious operations at MEB level, transitioning MAGTF capabilities ashore from amphibious shipping. M4 Y/N Regimental HQ capable of executing C2 throughout all phases of the amphibious operation. JAN 2019-UNCLASSIFIED 9 MCTs Become Unit METs DRRS-MC MCTL: Common reference guide used by USMC commanders, mission planners and unit trainers. Units serving in their Core and Assigned Missions derive their tasks from MCTL and are required to reporting their operational readiness to execute

these tasks in DRRS-MC. A MCT from MCTL that is considered essential/critical to mission accomplishment becomes a Mission Essential Task (MET). METs are externally focused and are tasks for which the unit was designed, organized, or sourced to the mission or OPLAN. METs support other commands or directly affect the enemy. Answers the question: Why does this unit exist? Unit METL Core Mission MET MET Assigned Mission MET MET Personnel Certifications Equipment Exercises Training Outputs

Standards: Personnel, Equipment, Training, Certifications and Outputs. Core METs define the design capabilities for a type of unit, are published in the MCTIMS Task Master ADS database, and used to develop the type communitys T&R Manual. Assigned Mission/OPLAN METs are developed when a unit prepares to participate in a specific unit deployment, operation, or alert mission (e.g., MEU BN Landing Team, Global Response Force) and may/may not be additive tasks to the established Core METL. JAN 2019-UNCLASSIFIED Subordinate/Supporting Units Readiness Standards MCT MCT MCT MCT MCT MCT MCT 10 MET / METL Review Workshops Process (MCO 3500.110) Workshops are conducted prior to COI T&R Manual Reviews per 3-Yr. cycle battle rhythm established by MCCDC/TECOM. CD&I, TECOM, MARFORCOM and Advocate release coordinated AMHS Naval MSG with detailed unit/COI requirements: Review Unit/Community Mission Statement to ensure organizational capability and mission intent can be met. Be prepared to submit recommendations for updating if needed. Review current Marine Corps Tasks (MCT) derived from MCTL to determine if the defined capability satisfies the organizational mission intent and requirement. Map personnel and equipment from current established TFSMS T/O&E to the current METs/METL. (Aids in identifying and developing improved personnel standards, and provides possible discrepancies with equipment.) Use current T&R Manual to determine qualitative training standards aligned to the METs. Be prepared to submit recommendations for incorporation of NEW training events, if needed. Workshop Record of Proceedings (ROP) captures change recommendations. MCT and/or T/O&E provided to CD&I/MID and TFSD, T&R Manual to the TECOM OccField/ SMEs supporting follow-on unit/COI T&R Manual review. JAN 2019-UNCLASSIFIED

11 MET / METL Development Process SUPPLIERS Units Installations Start of MET/ METL Review Workshop Finish INPUTS PROCESS Unit w/Designed Capability Mission Statement SE and Installation Support to the Warfighter MCTL Task/s USMC or Joint Doctrine Conditions (Joint) T/O (MOS) & T/E (MEE/PEI) Training Events (E-Coded Individual/Collective) Exercises and Certifications aligned to COI T&R Manuals DoDI Installation Benchmark and/or Title X Requirements Core Design Capability JAN 2019-UNCLASSIFIED CUSTOMERS Process Flowchart Below Policy Controls: DoD DRRS Enterprise Policies MCO 3000.13 DRRS-MC MCO 3500.26 (MCTL)

MCO 5311.1E (TFSP) MCO 3500.110 (METL) MCO 1553.10 (MCTIMS) METL Development Workshops Adjudication/Advocates Incorporation into MCTL / MCTIMS / DRRS-MC Develop List of Unit or Installation Capabilities/Tasks Determine Task Output Criteria: Y/N, Time, etc. to conduct Task for Mission Success OUTPUTS Determine Standards for Each Task List of Mission Essential MCTs Conditions Standards/Criteria Metrics: - P = Personnel - E = Equipment - T = Training - O = Output Prioritize Tasks as Essential/Critical to Mission Success Identify Conditions that Affect Task Performance Commanders MARFORs/MEFs/ MEUs/MEBs/Units Install/Bases

Advocates HQMC / PP&O MROC / JROC CONGRESS SECDEF / POTUS **CD&I Integration Divisions Capability Development and WIPEB Strategies Determine T/O & T/E Required that Affect Task Performance Identify Training Events that Affect Task Performance 12 MET/METL Development Workshops Purpose Collaborative process conducted by CD&I, MARFORCOM, TECOM, Advocate and COI to review current and develop revised integrated personnel, equipment, and training standards aligned with unit core tasks and unit output measures. Deliverables A Detailed Record of Proceedings (ROP), staffed for vetting/adjudication, provides results of the MET/METL Review Workshop and breakout groups with the following: List of Attendees List of MCT/MET additions, deletions and modifications. Dissenting opinions report for all contentious issues. Recapitulation of adjudicated issues. Validation of chosen METs Validation or refinement recommendations to existing Mission Statements Aligned FY18-19 unit org structure w/validated METs (up to 10 critical MOS identified) Identified Mission Essential Equipment (MEE) for each MET w/noted discrepancies to ASR/EDL Updated output standards for each MET Aligned training standards with current T&R Manual, or capture of training requirements

for T&R Manual Review Expected readiness lifecycle at varying levels of dwell/OPTEMPO JAN 2019-UNCLASSIFIED 13 MET / METL Types and Workshop Goals Core Mission Essential Tasks Critical, discrete, externally-focused activities that enable execution of the organizational mission; tasks for which standing organizations were designed; standardized for each unit type Core Plus Mission Essential Tasks Have lower probability of execution; theater specific; NOT included in unit readiness assessments; Units may elect to include Core Plus tasks in their METLs and associated training plans Assigned Mission Essential Tasks Assessed when 25 percent or more of a unit deploys or prepares to deploy in support of a Named Operation; Based on Core METs, Core Plus METs, Mission templates, and deployment guidance Select MCTs as METs and Develop COI CORE METL = 20% of the WGs time An accurate accounting of mission critical tasks your organization does for the fight Select Conditions = <10% of the WGs time Broad brush canvas of the environment you expect to do the task in Establish Standards = >70% of the WGs time Relevant, measurable metrics shaping the evaluation of COI readiness to execute a critical task or unit mission JAN 2019-UNCLASSIFIED 14 Mission Essential Tasks Essential Task. An essential task is an externally focused action, process, or activity (task) deemed critical to mission accomplishment. Standard Terminology. The Marine Corps Task List (MCTL) serves as the common reference for Marine Corps commanders, staffs, and trainers. Marine Corps units serving in their core and assigned missions will derive their tasks from the MCTL.

Essentiality. The task is absolutely necessary, indispensable, and critical. Essential tasks are those for which the unit was designed, organized, or sourced to the operation or OPLAN. They answer the question why does this unit exist? External Focus. A MET must be focused outside the command it supports another command or directly affects the enemy. Box test. If a box were drawn around all elements of the command, would this task directly affect the situation outside the box? Excludes common internally focused activities such as organic logistics support or command and control of internal organizations. JAN 2019-UNCLASSIFIED 15 METs are Tasks External to Your Organization External - Tasks that directly support another command or directly affect the enemy Internal Tasks that control or keep a command combat ready Offensive Ops Defensive Ops Maintain Equipment Stability Ops Health Services Infantry Bn Conduct Amphib Ops Intel Plan Operations JAN 2019-UNCLASSIFIED Ground Supply

Force Protection Intel Ground Equipment Maintenance General Engineering Combat Logistics Bn Health services Plan Operations 16 Core Tasks Define the design capabilities for a type of unit Conditions and standards for core tasks are approved by the community and reflect appropriate measures to gauge readiness against the performance of the task in any clime or place Developed using the Marine Corps Task List Published in the Taskmaster database Automatically loaded from Taskmaster into DRRS-MC to support readiness reporting Core tasks are standardized where possible and are used to develop the type communitys T&R Manual

JAN 2019-UNCLASSIFIED 17 Core Plus Tasks Core+ Tasks are doctrinally appropriate tasks for the associated unit type which are not widely required from that type unit for the execution of expected missions. MCT 1.16 Conduct Humanitarian Assistance OPS MCT 1.13.2 Conduct Noncombatant Evacuation OPS (NEO) Core+ tasks support missions or plans which are limited in scope, theater specific, or have a lower probability of execution. They include the non-Core METs used for Assigned Missions, OPLAN/CONPLANs, or Template Task Sets. Units preparing to deploy in support of specific Assigned Missions or OPLANs/CONPLANs may use Core+ tasks when developing the Task Sets for those missions. Core+ tasks are included in the Service MCTIMS Database. Core+ tasks are not normally included in unit readiness evaluations, except for predeployment evaluations for specific deployments requiring these capabilities. JAN 2019-UNCLASSIFIED 18 Assigned Mission Tasks Are developed when the unit must prepare to participate in a specific unit deployment, operation, or alert mission. Examples: Unit Deployment Program (UDP) Tactical Aircraft Integration (TACAIR) Battalion Landing Team (BLT)

Are normally tied to the capabilities identified in the RFF/RFC. May include tasks not normally expected of the type unit, drawing from the Core+ tasks for the unit type, or per in lieu of missions, importing Core or Core+ tasks from another community. May be developed to meet local capability requirements. Example: Operation Enduring Freedom (OEF) Global Response Force (GRF)) A units HHQ may direct certain units to maintain proficiency in selected Core+ tasks in order to broaden the aggregate capability spectrum Are developed and approved through a process established by the supported Marine COCOM. Developed Assigned Mission Template Task Sets provide a common baseline for rotational and large-scale operations When a unit will be employed doctrinally, Assigned Mission tasks may be similar to Core tasks JAN 2019-UNCLASSIFIED 19 Task Standards Standards: The minimum acceptable resource, Personnel, Equipment, Training, proficiency, or output level required to correctly perform the task. Task: MCT 1.12.1 Conduct Amphibious Operations Standards Aspect being measured Are BNs capable to execute? YES/NO Scale What yardstick will we measure with? Number of BNs >=2 BNs Criterion What is the minimum acceptable level or performance? Tasks are required to have multiple standards

What performance is a GO? Measurable JAN 2019-UNCLASSIFIED Quantifiable Relevant 20 MET Standard Types Resource Standards: Manpower (T/O) and Equipment (T/E) required to produce the outputs Training/Certification Standards: Training required to produce the outputs Links DRRS-MC assessment to COI T&R Manual standards Links E coded events to the MET; identifies Exercises/Certs required Output (Performance) Standards: Quantify the outputs provided to the gaining Force Commander Focus on results rather than process, inputs, or resources applied Subordinate/Supporting Unit Standards: Tasks performed by other units that are required to produce the outputs Required for intermediate level commands JAN 2019-UNCLASSIFIED 21 MET Personnel (T/O) & Equipment (T/E) Standards Measure the Personnel required to produce the required task outputs under the selected task conditions; Link Personnel on the unit (T/O) to the tasks they support; Personnel metrics are used in DRRS-MC to assess the resources required to accomplish the task Personnel Examples: >= 16 crews formed >= 80% Of T/O billets filled with MOS-qualified, deployable personnel >= 80% of MOS 0621 T/O filled with MOS-qualified, deployable personnel >= 2 MOS 0602 billets filled with MOS-qualified, deployable personnel Measure the Equipment required to produce the required task outputs under the selected task conditions; Link Equipment on the unit Table of Equipment (T/E) to the tasks they support; Equipment metrics are used in DRRS-MC to assess the resources required to accomplish the task Equipment Examples: >= 80% of BN T/E Stinger sub-systems mission ready and available

>= 2 DTC (or equivalent stand-alone equipment) ready and available >= 80% of single channel radios T/E ready and available JAN 2019-UNCLASSIFIED 22 MET Training & Observation Standards Measure the training required to produce the required task outputs under the selected task conditions; Training metrics are used in DRRS-MC to: Assess the training required for the task Support the calculation of the percentage of METs trained Normally refer to E-coded events in an approved COI T&R Manual, or Collective events identified by the community as critical indicators of a units ability to perform a MET Training Example: >=4 teams trained to standard in 0321-AMPH-4002 Conduct a clandestine amphibious landing/withdrawal Establish required events, venues, or processes required for the task to be assessed as observed in DRRS-MC Observation Examples: >=1 MEF level fires coordination training/operation event performed within the last 12 months >=1 Live, USN coordinated, MEB-led operation/exercise performed with all elements of the MAGTF within the last 24 months using amphibious assets to exercise C2, and force projection >=1 Key elements of the MEB CE participated in a Joint/Multinational live/synthetic exercise during the past 12 months JAN 2019-UNCLASSIFIED 23 MET Output & Subordinate Standards Measure the capability to produce the required Output or endstate. Quantify and scope the activity described by the task; Output metrics are used in DRRS-MC to assess the observation of the task performance. Output Examples: >= 22,400 gallons per day of bulk fuel received/stored/dispensed >= 2 site(s) Established to provide immediate HA (including food, water, and health services) Y/N Capable of Boarding high freeboard ship Y/N Capable of Applying combat power to delay, impede, halt, or dislodge the enemy Y/N Capable of Seizing multiple battalion objectives through surface and/or heliborne assault

Subordinate standards are used by higher-level organizations to measure the support organizations required to produce the required task outputs under the selected task conditions; Subordinate metrics are used in DRRS-MC to assess the resources required for the task. Subordinate Examples: >=2 Battalions report Yes/Qualified Yes for MCT 1.12.1 Conduct Amphibious Operations Y/N MAW can provide task-organized MAG capable of conducting MCT 1.3.4 Conduct Assault Support OPS Y/N MEB GCE reports DRRS Y/Q for the following tasks: MCT 1.6.4 Conduct Defensive Operations MCT 1.14 Conduct Stability Ops JAN 2019-UNCLASSIFIED 24 NEW or Change MCT Recommendations MASS MET/METL Review Workshop MCT 5.3.2.X. Conduct Direct Air Support Functions During Amphibious OPS The Marine Air Support Squadron (MASS) is responsible for providing direct air support functions during amphibious operations. Task organized elements of the MASS can support the MAGTF across the ROMO including the following types of amphibious operations: amphibious assaults, amphibious raids, amphibious demonstrations, amphibious withdrawals, and other amphibious operations. Through coordination and integration with amphibious and Joint / Coalition air command and control agencies, the MASS facilitates air support and fires integration for the Landing Force. This coordination can be conducted from the seabase or by phasing control of direct air support ashore. (JP 3-02, JP 3-09, JP 3-30, MCWP 3-2, MCWP 3-25, MCWP 3-25.5) Conditions C 1.3.5 RF Spectrum: Moderate (some limiting factors) Personnel Standards Number Of MASS Crews MOS qualified, formed and deployable. Percent Of Squadron support personnel MOS qualified, formed and deployable Percent Of critical T/O MOS fill Equipment Standards Y/N - Sufficient communications equipment capable of supporting a Landing Force Y/N - Sufficient support equipment capable of supporting a Landing Force Y/N - Comm and support equipment capable of ship-to-shore transport during Amphibious OPS Output Standards Y/N - Plan direct air support ISO Amphibious OPS Y/N - Able to maintain Comm between higher and adjacent C2 agencies. Y/N - Able to pass / receive control of direct air support operations. Training Standards/Certifications

>= 75% Of Marines formed and deployable, are trained and qualified operators IAW T&R >= 75% Of Marines formed and deployable, are trained and qualified support personnel IAW Y/N Task execution demonstrated in an CERTEX event/wargame/operation within the last twenty-four (24) hours. CURRENT: MCT 5.3.5.4.3 Conduct Procedural Control To conduct procedural control, a method of airspace control based on a combination of previously agreed and promulgated orders and procedures. (JP 3-52, MCWP 3-2, 3-22, 3-23.1, 3-25.5, 3-36) CHANGE RECOMMENDATION: MCT 5.3.5.4.3 Conduct Procedural Control Procedural control establishes the minimum common criteria and concepts for airspace control and relies on a combination of previously agreed-upon and promulgated orders and procedures to deconflict and activate Air Traffic Control (ATC) areas, Airspace Control Measures (ACM), Fire Support Coordination Measures (FSCM), and air defense control measures. When appropriate communications exist, the Marine Air Ground Task Force (MAGTF) utilizes airspace control agencies, namely the Direct Air Support Center (DASC) or the Tactical Air Operations Center (TAOC), to provide procedural control instructions in real time to increase operational flexibility for airspace users. (JP 1-02, JP 3-30, JP 3-52, FM 3-52.1, AFTTP 3-2.78, MCWP 3-2, MCWP 3-25, MCWP 3-25.5, NAVMC 3500.120 JAN 2019-UNCLASSIFIED 25 MCTs/METs/METLs Approval Process REVIEW WORKSHOP Review process is a lock-step 3-Yr. cycle per TECOMs MARADMIN announcing which communities are slated for MET/METL and T&R Manual Reviews during the FY. MET/METL reviews conducted pre-cursor to COI T&R Manual Reviews. COI reviews and may requests MCT or MET refinement, change, or modification that addresses mission change, structure change, resource or training requirements or deficiencies. PROCESS CONTROL COI Mission Statement as identified in CD&Is TFSMS, should support chosen METs. Workshop data-driven deliverables require Community, Advocate/OAG validation. Identified capabilities/tasks, w/training aligned to the T&R Manual, and standards (man/equip/output) provides a Commander the adequate ability to assess his units METL readiness in DRRS-MC.

CONSIDERATIONS MCT/MET changes requires stakeholder coordination and Advocate visibility/approval per policy. Criteria for Reviews is current unit and Mission requirements. Future force requirements prevents development of an adequate Training plan resulting in artificially skewing COIs combat capability assessment and creates degraded readiness within DRRS-MC. ENDSTATE MARFORCOM prepares Review Record of Proceeding (ROP) and conducts 45-day 0-6 DON-Tracker staffing of developed products to receive Unit/COI/Advocate/HHQ review and validation. GO-Level staffing sometimes follows. CD&I/CDD facilitates new or modified MCT changes within MCTIMS Task Master for immediate use as a reportable MET. MARFORCOM makes required changes to unit METs ISO RFF/RFC, Force Management and Global Force Synchronization. A collaborative/coordinated process codified by CD&I Policy JAN 2019-UNCLASSIFIED 26 TFSMS: Mission Statement, T/O&E Alignment to MCTs/METs Personnel Standards - Critical MOS Equipment Standards MEE/PEI Unit Mission Statement and T/O&E should align with established METs Through the MET/METL Review Workshop process, these alignments are now being associated to improve data integrity interfaced to DRRS-MC JAN 2019-UNCLASSIFIED 27 Marine Corps Training & Information Management System (MCTIMS) HQMC CD&I / MCCDC TECOMs Database with 14 Separate, Stand-alone User Modules:

MOS Roadmap MOS Manual Student Registrar Curriculum Management Scheduling Management Student Management Student Evaluation Task Master Training & Readiness Manual Unit Training & Individual Marine Mgmt. Electronic Training Jacket Training Resources Pre-Deployment Report Server Task Master provides the Authoritative Data Source (ADS) for MCTL MCTs and all USMC current unit, installation/base/station organizational METs/METLs with performance training standards aligned to other MCTIMS Modules Maintained by CD&I/CDD/MID MCTL Branch and MARFORCOM G3 MARFORCOM Exports/Interfaces MET/METL data to DRRS-MC weekly https://mctims.usmc.mil/TNRManual/Taskmaster/Pages/Home.aspx HQMC CD&I / MCCDC TECOM MCO 1553.10 MCTIMS SOP 2014 To obtain a Task Master Account, contact MCTIMS Helpdesk: CAC Card, First/Last name, E-mail and Phone number E-mail: [email protected] MCTIMS Help Desk DSN: 278-4093 / Commercial: 703-784-4093 JAN 2019-UNCLASSIFIED 28 Identify Training Standards (T&R Events Align to METs)

INTL-FUNC-8901 X INTL-ANYS-4001 X INTL-ANYS-4003 X MCT 2.1.2.7 Conduct METOC Conduct Spec. Intel. Communications MCT 5.1.1.7 Conduct Sensor OPS MCT 2.2.4 Conduct Counterintelligence Conduct Human Intel Activities MCT 2.1.3.3 Y/N Det trained to standard in the following E-coded events: INTL-ANYS-4003 and INTL-ANYS-4001 chained events >=2 formally trained Targeting Marines trained to standard in the following E-coded event: INTL-TRGT-4001 >=1 METOC Marine JMA certified per team Y/N >= 2 teams are DoD Info.Assurance Standard (DODI 8570) compliant. MCT 1.1.2 EXAMPLE Metric Field in DRRS-MC: MCT 2.1.2.6 Use current T&R Manual as the starting point. *Community may identify NEW training event /CERTEX requirements for submittal and inclusion at the next T&R Manual review cycle. Conduct Intel Functions

Link E-coded training events to METs. T&R Manual Aligned Training Events MCT 2.1.1 Measure the training required to produce the required Mission Essential Task (MET) outputs under the selected task conditions. EX: Intel BN E-Coded Events Provide Task Organized Forces Training Standards X INTL-COLL-4001 X INTL-TRGT-4001 X Through the MET/METL Review Workshop process, Training requirements and developed Standards CIH-CINT-3001 X are aligned and identified in COI T&R Manuals, as well as, various user Training Modules via MCTIMS. CIH-HUMI-3001 GRSO-PLAN-3001 JAN 2019-UNCLASSIFIED SIEW-OPS-3001 X X X 29

MCTIMS Task Master ADS for MCTL / METLs MY MODULES TM TASK MASTER HQMC CD&I / MCCDC TECOM MCO 1553.10 MCTIMS SOP 2014 JAN 2019-UNCLASSIFIED 3030 MCTIMS Task Master Marine Corps Task List JAN 2019-UNCLASSIFIED 31 MCTIMS Task Master Task Sets / Community Reports JAN 2019-UNCLASSIFIED 32 MCTIMS Task Master Task Sets, T&R Manual, Community Events MWSS T&R Manual (NAVMC 3500.117) Training Events JAN 2019-UNCLASSIFIED 33 MCTIMS Task Master T&R Manual Community Event Codes JAN 2019-UNCLASSIFIED

34 Task Set Reports: UIC, METL MET Standards: Personnel, Equipment, Training and Output JAN 2019-UNCLASSIFIED 35 TECOM Aviation Training & Readiness System Process: Policy-to-MSHARP Devices Ex: Ex:MV-22B MV-22B Courseware Courseware DRRS-MC Core Mission METL T-2 MET 1. MET 2. MET 3. MET 4. T&R ATS Targets Ranges Ordnance Flight Hours Aviation Training System Integrated across Marine Aviation TECOM Aviation Training linking Training Costs with Management and ADS Repository Readiness System

JAN 2019-UNCLASSIFIED Core Competency Resource Model (CCRM) = Training $ 36 MCT/MET Life Cycle Supports RFF Readiness Synchronization Codified Governance Policies: MCO 3000.13 (2010) Readiness Reporting (DRRS-MC) SOP MCO 3500.110 (2011) MET/METL Development MCO 3502.6A (2013) Marine Corps Force Generation Process MCO 3501.1D (2018) Marine Corps Combat Readiness Evaluation (MCCRE) MCO 1553.10 (2014) Marine Corps Training & Info Mgmt (MCTIMS) SOP MCO 3120.12 (2015) Global Force Management and Force Synchronization D-360 1 GFM RFF MFC Sourcing 2 MCT/MET/METL Development 3 MARFOR Approval MCTIMS PP&O Validation 4 D-180 MCTIMS PTP 1. Supported MARFOR registers capability requirement via RFF to MFC. 2. CD&I / TECOM / MFC COI MET/METL Workshop developed Core METs w/standards resident within (MCTIMS) are available for immediate use by deployable units. 3. MFC staffs Assigned METs to MARFOR via SIPR MSG for approval, provides

approved METs to PP&O for validation and/or change required, and interfaces deployable unit reportable METL into DRRS-MC. 4. MFC conducts pre-deployment readiness synch with MARFORs, MEFs, and units to review METL reporting requirements (PTP/Exercises/Evals/Certification timeline.) JAN 2019-UNCLASSIFIED Load into DRRS-MC ITX/MRX Track Readiness Assessments D-30 MCCRE Certification D-1 Deployment 37 MCT / MET Alignments/Linkages Supported COCOM/CCDR JMETs/JMETL Reported in DRRS-S (DoD / JS / OSD / Chairmans Readiness System) Links to Service Components METs/METLs MARFOR SN 5.3.5.3.1 Provide Forces OPLANs/CONPLANs (UJTL) MEF/MEU/MEB MCT 1.1.2 Provide Task Organized Forces Marine Division Infantry Regt HQ Infantry BN (SPMAGTF) (AA Teams) MCICOM --MCIWest (I MEF)

--MCIEast (II MEF) --MCIPac (III MEF) --MCI-Regional JAN 2019-UNCLASSIFIED U S M C M E T L Tasks/METs link Top Down / Bottom Up ISO HHQ, COCOMs Reported in DRRS-MC MCT 1.6.4 Conduct Defensive Ops MCT 5.7.4 Plan and Direct Defensive Ops MCT 1.6.4 Conduct Defensive Ops MCT 1.7 Support Maneuver Through the Provision of Training Areas MCT 4.6.6 Community Services MCT 4.1 Conduct Supply Operations MCT 4.3 Conduct Transportation Operations MCT 4.6 Provide Services (Nonmaterial & Support Activities) MCT 4.6.3 Provide Airfield Operation Services MCT 4.9

Provide Base and Station Facilities and Related Infrastructure MCT 6 Protect the Force Installations / Bases / Stations METLs provide Supporting Establishment / Infrastructure and Support Programs 38 DC PP&Os Institutional Readiness Working Group (IRWG) Plans, Policies, & Operations Purpose: Info sharing forum employing existing USMC processes, to address current/future institutional readiness and provide recommendations for mitigation when imbalances impose risk or adverse impacts to the Five Pillars of Readiness: High Quality People; Unit Readiness; Capability & Capacity to Meet Requirements; Infrastructure Sustainment; and Equipment Modernization. (2013) Endstate: Facilitate a unified approach to informing senior leadership in the areas of institutional readiness and ensuring Marine Corps reconstitution maintains a sustainable, Ready Force meeting demands for CR, SSO, and OPLAN requirements. Supports: PP&O/MARFORCOM Force Synchronization Conference, Force Management Summit, Quarterly Readiness Brief (QRB) to the CMC.** Membership: All DCs, MARFORs, MEFs, LOGCOM, MCICOM, DIRINT, DIR-C4, CG TECOM and MARCORSYSCOM Method: Monthly AO, 0-6, and ESG-IRWG (1-Star GO) Meetings or SVTC to address current issues, actionable items and develop/review/refine information, COAs and mission risk slides for the QRB to the CMC. **Data used in validating readiness, illustrating deficiency issues, and required for developing solutions and mitigating risks requires institutional commonality. JAN 2019-UNCLASSIFIED 39 MCTs/METs/METLs, Capability Development Processes and PPBE** NSS NDS

NMS DPG Force Development Strategic Plan Gu FY-2 ida 4 nc + e FMP FY20-24 9 -1 ent PB sm s se As End of FY Future METs/METLs PP&O & CD&I/CDD, OAD and Futures Directorates Force 2025 METs / METLs DRRS-MC OPFOR / SE MCCL MCGL MCSDD MCCIP Planning Ensure improved alignments of the USMC future POM

development and budgetary strategy processes to the Readiness processes. P&R (PA&E) Operating & Functional Concepts POM-23 Ensure identified man/train/equip capability deltas, gaps and solutions, via deliberate future force capability and wargaming processes, transition into improved MCTs and standards, or NEW MCTs which can be utilized as METs by the Future Force. QDR Execution Ensure Current capabilities, expressed as METs, supports Future capabilities planning, programming and development cycle IOT build adequate man/train/equip requirements. Approved P&R Assessment PB-20 CDD Marine Corps Integration Division Goals: 37th CMC CPG FMPEXORD

MCEIP MCEIP CD&I / CDD (MCID and TFSD) MCCDC/TECOM Bud get ing FY -21 P&R am gr mi MAGTF Wargames CD&I / CDD Front End Assessment Program Reviews ng 2 ro MPOM O POM P P = MROC 2 P&R MARCORSYSCOM = Document = Transition Inside Circle = Process Output Outside Circle = Process Input

**Its not about the money. Its ALL about the Money. LtGen.George J. Flynn, DC, CD&I (2011) Its not about Readiness. Its ALL about Readiness. Gen.Robert B. Neller, CMC (2017) JAN 2019-UNCLASSIFIED 40 MCTL Section Products 1 http://www.mccdc.marines.mil/Units/MarineCorpsTaskList.aspx 2 https://mccdc.portal.usmc.mil/org/cdd/MID/MCTL/default.aspx MCTL Branch products: 3 1. https://mctims.usmc.mil/TNRManual/TaskMaster/Pages/Home.aspx JAN 2019-UNCLASSIFIED 2. CD&I / MCCDC Website HQMC CD&I SharePoint Platform 3. USMC MCTIMS Task Master 41 QUESTIONS? MARYROI GOLDMAN, CIV-GS14 MCTL Section Head Office of Strategic Management Marine Corps Integration Division HQMC CD&I /CDD (703) 432-8166 / DSN 378-8166 [email protected] JAN 2019-UNCLASSIFIED 42

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