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Simulation of Sea Based Logistics Support of Operational Maneuver from the Sea

Simulation of Sea Based Logistics Support of Operational Maneuver from the Sea

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Published by Storming Media .
Written in English

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    Open LibraryOL11846875M
    ISBN 10142352442X
    ISBN 109781423524427

    Future Maritime Operations for the 21st Century Operating Environment Final Report diverse platforms to enable operational maneuver from the sea and provide tactical mobility once ashore. conduct a detailed excursion that includes modeling and simulation of the logistics and sustainment challenges for an extended campaign in the future File Size: 1MB. plementing concept, Sea Based Logistics (SBL) stress the need for logistically supporting forces ashore directly from a sea base. This study analyzes the capability of a current LHD-class amphibious ship to sustain a force deployed ashore through direct Ship-To-Objective Maneuver (STOM) of replenishment and logistics support. We have.

    Table of contents for The Journal of Defense Modeling and Simulation: Applications, Methodology, Technology, 15, 4, Rapid Operational Access and Maneuver Support platform for military logistics and operation planning in water environments. The Journal of Defense Modeling and Simulation. the use of the seas for operational maneuver, the linkage between sea control and power projec-tion, and the various roles of all elements of the naval force. A Fresh Approach Informed by the Past The current Joint Operational Access Concept (JOAC) and the recently published CSR tie sea control and power projection together. JustFile Size: KB.

      It may include things such as what forces are needed to support the GCC’s operation based on METT-TC and priority for employing sustainment forces to support theater operations. Another key end state may be determining what generating forces support is . sea-based and MPF operations. Sea-Based Operations Sea-based operations include C2, fires, maneu-ver, aviation, logistics, and force protection. Sea-based logistics will provide operational .


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Simulation of Sea Based Logistics Support of Operational Maneuver from the Sea Download PDF EPUB FB2

Operational Maneuver From the Sea (OMFTS) and its implementing concept, Sea Based Logistics (SBL), stress the need for logistically supporting forces ashore directly from a sea base. This study analyzes the capability of a current LHD-class amphibious ship to sustain a force deployed ashore through direct ship-to-objective movement of sustainment : Kyle A.

Bryan. Seabased Logistics proposes methods to support a full spectrum of littoral operations that directly and decisively influence events.

It outlines implementing capabilities for Operational Maneuver from the Sea while retaining joint interoperability. Operational Maneuver From the Sea (OMFTS) and its implementing concept, Sea Based Logistics (SBL) stress the need for logistically supporting forces ashore directly from a sea base.

This study analyzes the capability of a current LHD-class amphibious ship to sustain a force deployed ashore through direct Ship-To-Objective Maneuver (STOM) of replenishment and logistics.

The Marine Corps operational concept for maritime power projection, Operational Maneuver From the Sea (MCG, Ju), establishes clear goals for accomplishment of the objectives of the White Papers.

These goals are the foundation for the development of implementing concepts and capabilities. This paper presents one of the key implementing concepts, Ship-to-Objective Maneuver.

SEABASING AND SHIP-TO-OBJECTIVE MANEUVER: AN ANALYSIS OF THESE CONCEPTS AND THEIR IMPLICATIONS FOR THE JOINT FORCE COMMANDER OVERVIEW The developing concept of Ship-to-Objective Maneuver (STOM) within the United States Marine Corps relates to parent concepts - Expeditionary Maneuver Warfare (EMW), Operational Maneuver From the Sea (OMFTS), and Sea Based Logistics Cited by: 1.

emerging doctrine of Operational Maneuver from the Sea (OMFTS) Marine forces will no longer wait for the arrival of MPF equipment at a port of debarkation and follow the standard reception, staging, onward movement and integration (RSOI) template of Desert Shield and Desert Storm.

% conversion to sea-based logistics impracticable. The current limitations of technology in throughput capability, lack of defense against asymmetric threats, and the inability to combine concentrated force and maneuver questions are not fully addressed in sea-based logistics.

OPERATIONAL MANEUVER FROM THE SEA A CONCEPT FOR THE PROJECTION OF NAVAL POWER ASHORE In the white papers, ".From the Sea" and "Forward.

From the Sea," the Secretary of the Navy, with the Chief of File Size: KB. Abstract. Proceedings of the Winter Simulation Conference E. Yücesan, C.-H. Chen, J. Snowdon, and J. Charnes, ional Maneuver From the Sea (OMFTS) and its implementing concept, Sea Based Logistics (SBL) stress the need for logistically supporting forces ashore directly from a sea base.

Operational Maneuver from the Sea (OMOFTS) is a Marine concept supporting the Navy's concept of Forward from the Sea. It accomplishes this by __________. All the answers are correct. D-Day was not operational maneuver from the sea. In fact, it was the farthest thing from it. The whole point of seizing the beaches was to allow the creation of the largest supply dump ever seen and to create a logistics tail that support the subsequent maneuvers.

OMFTS, on the other hand, supposes the elimination of supply dumps. CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): Operational Maneuver From the Sea (OMFTS) and its implementing concept, Sea Based Logistics (SBL) stress the need for logistically supporting forces ashore directly from a sea base.

This study analyzes the capability of a current LHD-class amphibious ship to sustain a force deployed ashore through direct Ship-To. Seabasing incorporates the traditional naval missions of sea control, assured access, and power projection with an increased emphasis on maneuver from the sea.

Seabasing provides decision makers a range of flexible capabilities at a critical time, enabling access, freedom of movement, and action to most of the global flashpoints. such as Expeditionary Maneuver Warfare and Operational Maneuver From The Sea (OMFTS).

I&L Develop a Logistics Concept of Operations that defines Combat Service Support (CSS)/logistics concepts through I&L Develop and validate specific required capabilities to conduct Sea-based logistics operations. I&L Seabasing logistics capabilities to the Fleet.

This Seabasing Logistics Enabling Concept does not address the level of medical capability provided by the sea base as it continues evaluation. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Seabasing, along with Sea Strike, Sea Shield, and FORCEnet, is a core element of “Sea Power 21”.

A typical Zig-Zag ship maneuver in a sea way. Source: Cooperative Research Ships, Wageningen, The Netherlands. The maneuvering of ships in a seaway started to be investigated by Hira no et al. Abstract. maximum words) Operational Maneuver From the Sea (OMFTS) is a new concept under development by the Marine Corps.

OMFTS is a warfighting concept that revises the way combat power is projected in littoral regions in that it uses the sea as a maneuver space and safe haven for logistics, while further adopting ship to objective operations. Operational Maneuver from the Sea (OMFTS) In the white papers, " From the Sea" and "Forward From the Sea," the Secretary of the Navy, with the Chief of Naval Operations and Commandant.

This Master’s thesis presents an operations research study of the Short Sea Pioneer logistics system which is a conceptual maritime logistics system between continental Europe and the Norwegian coastline.

The aim is to make short sea shipping more cost e cient and attractive by having transshipments at sea between mother and daughter ships. This demands that sea based logistics assets remain sufficiently close to shore to allow air assets to conduct resupply operations directly to the battlefield.

The implication of this is that Navy ships may sacrifice operational and perhaps tactical mobility while sustaining the Marine :. Integrated Logistics Support Services in support of New Interactive Courseware and Curriculum for New Submarine Construction Sea-Based X-Band Radar (SBX-1) Transition Planning Support.

Specific programs or projects to be supported under this Task Order may require tasks to be completed under one or more of these areas.What are the six principles of Operational Maneuver from the Sea?

Focuses on an operational objective, Uses the sea as maneuver space, Generates overwhelming tempo and momentum, Pits strengths against weakness, Emphasizes intelligence, deception, and flexibility, Integrates all organic, joint, and combined assets.

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Operational Maneuver From the Sea and the Vulnerability of Maritime Prepositioned ForcesAuthor: Major Christopher T. Mayette, US Marine Corps.