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Village Stability Operations

Pre-Mission Training

Partnership

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Purpose CFSOCC-A Partnership Overview CJSOTF-A Partnership Overview Special Operations Advisory Group (SOAG) ANA Special Operations Forces (SOF) Logistics Break (10 Minutes) SOF Partnership Elements: ANA Special Operations Command (ANASOC) ANA Commandos (CDO) ANA Special Forces (ANASF) Afghan Local Policed (ALP) Informal Partnerships with MoI and MoD Questions?

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provide instruction on SOF partnership, with respect to Operation Dalayran, addressing critical aspects of CJSOTF-A partnership efforts with Afghan Ministry of Interior (MoI) and Ministry of Defense (MoD) elements to assist leaders prepare for OEF-A.

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CJSOTF-A Partnership Key Tasks

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Build capability and capacity in Afghan National Security Forces (ANSF) partners though focused training and ANSF population-centric COIN operations.

Establish and expand Village Stability Operations (VSO) in key rural areas.

Train and promote legitimacy of VSO through sub-national governance.

- Annex O - Partnership, COMCJSOTF-A OP

Dalayran

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پولیس محلی افغان

دافغان محلی پولیس

AFGHAN LOCAL POLICE

Village Stability Operations

& Afghan Local Police

“Mobilizing Rural Communities versus the Insurgents”

پولیس محلی افغان

افغان محلی پولیس

AFGHAN LOCAL POLICE

دخلکوخدمتګار

خدمتگارمردم

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VSO Innovation:Consider the population as a resource that can protect itself, and if offered a viable choice to defend themselves, they will.Security Stability ProsperityThis changes the COIN mantra of“protect the population”

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Tache d’huilleOil-Spot TheoryVillage Stability OperationsA visual progression

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Louis Hubert

Lyautey

Joseph Simon

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1Gizab, Day Kundi 2KhasUruzgan,Uruzgan 3Shindand, Herat 4Arghandab, Kandahar 5Pusht-e Rod, Farah 6Bermel, Paktika 7Dand Patan, Paktiya 8Chamkani, Paktiya 9Khas Kunar, Kunar 10Kunduz, Kunduz 11Pul-e Khumri, Baghlan 12Kajran, Dai Kundi 13Deh Rawud, Uruzgan 14Chorah, Uruzgan 15Jaji, Paktiya 16Qadis, Badghis 17Maruf, Kandahar 18ShahidHasas,Uruzgan19Nahr-e Sarai,Helmand 20Shah Joy, Zabul21Darqad, Takhar22Chara Darah, Kunduz 23Kwajah Ghar, Takhar 24Imam Sahib, Kunduz 25Dashte Archi, Kunduz 26Jalrayz, Wardak 27Nerkh, Wardak 28Maiden Shahr,Wardak 29Sayyidabad, Wardak 30Daymirdad, Wardak 31Jaghtoo, Wardak 32Chak-e, Wardak 33Ghosta, Nangarhar 34Kama, Nangarhar 35Kuz Kunar, Nangarhar 36Orgun, Paktika 37Jani Khel, Paktika 38Qaisar, Faryab 39Khakrez, Kandahar 40Marjha, Helmand 41Musa Qelah, Helmand 42Nad Ali, Helmand 43Morgab, Baghdis 44Gullistan, Farah 45Khaki Safed, Farah 46Quesh Tepah, Jowzjan 47Darzab, Jowzjan 48Sayad, Sar-e Pul 49Kohistanar, Sar-e Pul50Ghormach, Faryab

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Khawar, Logar 52Sarobi, Paktika 53Zhargun Shar, Paktika 54Achen, Nangarhar 55Maiwand, Kandahar 56Shawali Kot,Kandahar 57Argestan, Kandahar 58Panjway, Kandahar59Nawbahar, Zabul 60Shinkay, Zabul 61Deh Chopan, Zabul 62Barg-e Matal, Nuristan 63Kamdesh, Nuristan 64Arghandab, Zabul 65Nejrab, Kapisa 66Tagab Kapisa, Kapisa 67B-E-J, Baghlan 68Bakwah, Farah 69Zharay, Kandahar 70Bala Boluk, Farah71Andal, Ghazni 72Qarabah, Ghazni 73Sarobi, Kabul 74Ghorband, Parwan 75Gulran, Heart 76Mather Lam, Laghman 77Dahanah ye Guri, Baghlan 78Musahi, Kabul 79Nawah, Ghazni 80Gelan, Ghazni 81Chowkey, Kunar 82Narang, Kunar 83Sar Hawza, Paktika 84Laha Ahmadkhel, Paktiya 85Sangin, Helmand 86Kabul ALP HQ 87Garm Ser, Helmand 88NawahyeBarak, Helmand 89Sarkani, Kunar 90TarnakwaJaldak, Zabul 91Koh-e-Safi, Parwan 92Obeh, Heart 93Azrah, Logar 94Pul-e-Alam, Logar 95Parjan, Panjshir 96Chimtal, Balkh 97Chahar Bolak, Balkh 98Pusht-e-Koh, Farah99Lal Pur, Nangarhar 100Yaya Khel, Paktika

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ALP WEEKLY DISPOSITION

Previous

Current

+/-

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+287

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WEEKLY

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ALP is working but not a panaceaFighting Season Insider ThreatAttempts to Infiltrate ALP & ANSFAssassination planning (the bench)Death Threats, Night letters, Murder & Intimidation, SAF, IEDUncertainty about the futureTired of the violenceMoD and/or MoICIP / CBSS / ISCI sunsetVSO, Transition & OverwatchCorollary: ALP validation by phase201468K? 352K?

Parwan incident – half fullSOF Two-Star (more later?)VSO oversight & accountabilityALP through FY14 – likely later alsoCOMISAF intent for ALP to endure ALP program size 30K or more ALP: Good guys wantALP: Bad guys hate (ID’ed & confront)

Did you know?ISAF & IJC REFs are IN-PLACEDCOM SOF is in NTM-A/CSTC-APKMs & ammoMotorcycles & C-IEDWinter clothing in ALP equip tashkil

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Theater Update

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Power IS the people – Rural Areas are AfghanistanNew campaign context – less time, fewer forces, politics, riskSOF is ISAF’s “enduring set” for PIE. Where will SOF be? CF Partnering to SFA, ANSF into fore – security responsibility MoI Positive on ALP – but pressure for tashkils by phaseTrad VSO & District-Down VSO – more with less, consolidationAccelerated ALP Validation (training, IPT, transition)Transition ALP partnering to MoI DCoP, shift to overwatchKaleidoscope – VSO, ALP partnering, overwatch & transitionSOF and GPF – greater integration, fewer forces. Allies.

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Deployment Themes

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Things are changing, be flexible, you will likely moveKnow the references & use the processesBottom-up is now more top-down directedPersonal relationships & support in the rural areas (FP & EW)Coordinate with TF & Integrate with BSO & SFATs (process)Oversight & Accountability – VSO and also in overwatch?Log/sustainment & enablers -- LIMFACCome in HUMINT heavy, BYO ISR, TECH, C-IED, paying agentsOrganic enablers (CST, CA, MISO, MWD, CS, CSS)CDO & ANASF – “get them on the ground”

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What You Should Do…

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CJSOTF-A Partnership

“The principal objective of the Combined Joint Special Operations Task Force-Afghanistan (CJSOTF-A) partnership methodology is to build Afghan National Security Force (ANSF) capacity to conduct unilateral security Operations.”

- CJSOTF-A “Partnership Methodology”, 01 April 2010.

CJSOTF-A conducts FID through two lines of operation:

- Village Stability Operations

- Partnership (Assess, Train, Employ, Re-assess)

CJSOTF-A Partnership Tenants:

Train advise, and assist Afghan National Security Forces (ANSF) in connecting GIRoA influence to the village level to promote stability. Build capacity from individual to collective skills of VSO partners and ANSF with employment up to the BN level. Assisting (through, with & by) VSO partners and ANSF in mitigating the effects of power brokers, malign actors, and negative / INS influencers. All actions move the partner unit toward transition to unilateral operations.

CJSOTF-A Mission: CJSOTF-A Conduct Foreign Internal Defense (FID) throughout Combined Joint Operational Area - Afghanistan (CJOA-A) to build a sustainable and independently capable Government of Islamic Republic of Afghanistan (GIRoA) capacity for security, governance, and development.

Capacity Building

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As of 24 JAN 12

Special Operations Advisory Group

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ANA SOC School of Excellence

SOAG Lines of Operations

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FORCE GENERATION (SOE)Increase output ASAP to facilitate ANA SOF Tashkil fillsPOIs to professionalize the force through advanced skills training and leadership development

MENTORING AND TRAINING (SOAG)Development of Mentorship programProfessionalize the ANASOC StaffStreamline and integrate staff functions within ANASOC

Partnership

3.

Expanding Camp Morehead as an Enduring USSOF Presence

Infrastructure / FacilitiesCommunications ArchitectureForce Protection

Capacity Building

As of 24 JAN 12

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ANA SOC School of Excellence

SOAG Organization

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COALITION = 113 PAX

CONTRACTOR = 134 PAX

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ANA SOC School of Excellence

Commander Platoon Leader Course

SOE

Commando Qualification Course

Warrior Leader Course

AIDO

Specialty Skills

English Course

Special Forces Qualification Course

Leadership Courses

Instructor Training Course

Produces, trains, and educates ANASF/CDO in basic and advanced skills

Provides professional development for NCO and Officer Corps

Develops and updates doctrine and training for Commandos and ANASOC

Gathers, analyzes, and stores lessons learned from training and operations to develop Tactics, Techniques, or Procedures (TTPs) or update doctrine

Maintains and updates Program of Instruction (POI) and Lesson Plans (LP) for SOE Courses

SOE Task Organization

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SOE Afghan Instructor Cadre

CDO Qualification Course – 95% Afghan RunPlan and run all courses and exercises with minimal mentor oversightRequire CF support in logistics and maintenanceLeadership Courses (2 Courses) – 95% Afghan RunTeach all courses and exercisesRely on CF support for logistical and maintenance supportSpecialty Courses (8 Courses) – 50% Afghan RunAssist teaching most of the class material and exercises. Rely on mentors for advanced classes and math literacyRely on CF support for logistical and maintenance supportSF Qualification Course – 44% Afghan RunRely heavily on CF support for overall planning, scheduling, execution, logistical, supply, and maintenanceSOE SFQC instructor cadre Tashkil will be 100% by Mar 2012

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CDOQC 10 Week Program

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Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 Week 4 Week 5 Week 6 Week 7 Week 8 Week 9 Week 10Weapon BRM Basic Land Advanced CQB Advanced Vehicle Advanced FTXIntro SUT Nav M-4 SUT mounts / SUT dismounts

Specialty Skills 4 Week Program inside CDOQC starts Week 6 and goes through Week 9

1/3 of CDO’s attending the 4 week

Specialty Skills program miss 1 week CQB, 1 week of Vehicle mounts/dismounts and 2 weeks of Advanced SUT.

8 Courses

– Specialty Skills 4 Week Programs include: -Commo - network procedures, antennas, -Sniper - map reading, land navigation-Recon - battle drills, map reading, -FO - radio operations, adjustment formulas, -FSC - land navigation, field transmissions, -Medical - environmental injuries, medical reporting, -Mortar - advanced small deflection, advanced large deflection-Engineer - math literacy, specific charge construction

Week 6 Week 7 Week 8 Week 9

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SFQC 10 Week Program

Week 3 Week 4 Week 5 Week 6 Week 7 Week 8

6 Week MOS Phase

No SOPC needed because all candidates will be graduates of CDOQC

SFQC focus on filling ODA’s. However, SF qualified

pax

can fill CDO KDK’s until more ODA’s are needed

Attrition of previous classes were as follows: (Class 1-3, 6 CDO only)

Class 001: 80 began; 72 Graduated; 10% Attrition

Class 002: 81 began; 57 Graduated; 30% Attrition

Class 003: 156 began; 110 Graduated; 30% Attrition

Class 004: 275 began; 135 Graduated; 51% Attrition

Class 005: 320 began; 107 Graduated; 66% Attrition

Class 006: 231 began; 184 Graduate; 21% Attrition

*** Pass rate: CDO’s = 81-90% pass rate/Non-CDO’s = 17%

Selection

COIN

MOS

MOS

MOS

MOS

MOS

MOS

SUT

CULEX

In-processing

Wk 0

Wk 1

Wk 2

Wk 3

Wk 4

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AIDO MOS Training (SFQC)

Face to Face Interviews

Situational Awareness

Product Dissemination

Intro to AIDOPersuasionPhotograhpy

Afghan Information Dissemination Operations Sergeant (6-Week)

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AIDO Assessment (Rapid & Deliberate)

Dealing with Media

Media Selection PrintMedia Selection ClassTroop Leading Procedures (TLP)Afghan Counter PropagandaKLE Face to Face Area Assessment PERadio in a Box Radio Station PE

Intro to SSEIntro to Objective Site ExploitationBiometricsSketchingCollectionsVehicle SearchCompound SearchPersonal SearchSSE PE (CULEX)

TCCC Round Robin

C-IED Round Robin

MOS Cross Training

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Combining Adaptive and Technical strategies to professionalize the force

Mentorship

Adaptive

Technical

Ethics/Values

TTPs, Professional Military Education

OLD

NEW

Knowledge / Skills based engagement

Control

StatementDirectPersonal

Values based engagement Influence Question Indirect Objective

Ethically Sound / Professionally Competent

Mentorship Program

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ANASOC

Leadership Development

LEADER

ANA VALUES

Pillars of Mentorship Assessment

Presence

Military BearingPhysically FitConfidentResilientIntellectual CapacityMental AgilityInnovationInterpersonal TactDomain Knowledge

LeadsLeads OthersExtends Influence beyond Chain of CommandLeads by ExampleCommunicatesDevelopsCreates a Positive EnvironmentPrepares SelfDevelops OthersAchievesGets Results

CharacterLoyaltyCountryCourageDutyRespectIntegrityHonorService

ATTRIBUTES

COMPETENCIES

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ANA SOF Logistics

Kabul

Gardez

Herat

MeS

Farah

Khowst

Qalat

Lashkar Gar

201

st

Corps

203

rd

Corps

205

th

Corps

207

th

Corps

209

th

Corps

X

Ghazni

X

X

X

X

203

3

205

1

215

1

207

1

209

1

215

th

Corps

9

th

CDO KDK

(Camp Lawton)

Commando

3

rd

CDO KDK (Camp Simmons)

Commando

Kandahar

8

th

CDO KDK (Camp Ripley)

Commando

Commando

7

th

CDO KDK

(FOB Tombstone)

5

th

CDO KDK

(Camp

Shaheen

)

Commando

1

st

CDO KDK -

PeC

(Camp

Idris

Khan)

HQ’s CDO

Commando

2

nd

CDO KDK

(FOB Lighting)

Commando

Commando

Terin Kowt

1

st

CDO BDE

Commando

2

nd

CDO BDE

Commando

6

th

CDO KDK -

Rish

Khvor

Depot

Team -

Rish

Khvor

(Camp Morehead)

4

th

CDO KDK

(FB Thomas)

Commando

Shindan

Commando

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ANA SOF Logistics (Current)

CDO KDK

FSD

FSG

LSOC

NSD

CMA

FSD

CDO KDK

ANASOC/GSK

LSOC

NSD

ANASOC

GSK*

SOK*/BDE/SOE

TRANSITION

SOK*/BDE/SOE

Decree 4.0 ANA Requisition/Fill

ANASOC Requisition Routing/Fill Chain

CDO/ANASF Specific/Mission Essential

Equipment

*

SOK/GSK

has limited Storage Capability

ANASOC LNO with LSOC

ANA still provide basic sustainment

Note: The

Red

arrows denote outside the established decree actors/influences in the requisition process

Request Mod 14

Receive Mod 9

Corp G4,CMD

NO ANASF

GS/G4

GS/G4 Signature

2 Month Timeline

MoD

9 Tracking #

Corp Redirects

Pilfering

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ANA SOF Logistics (Future)

SOK *

ANASOC

Army Support Command

MMC

ANASOC

GSK*

SOK*/

BDE

SOK*/BDE/SOE

New Regional Logistic Supply Center

CDO/ANASF Specific/Mission Essential

Equipment

*

SOK/GSK

has limited Storage Capability

ANA still provide basic sustainment

Maintain support with

ANA/RLSC

ANASF will fall under CDO UIC/MODDAC

Have SOK LNO within RLSC

Flexibility to use ANASOC system if

no/limited supplies availableInternal capability buys time for MOD to implement new supply systemPuts onus on Afghans for support/faith insystem

MMC

RLSC*

Army Support Command

MFP-2 Only Flow

Unfilled MFP-2

All MFP-11

RLSC*

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MOD & MOI Log Differences

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ANA SOF Logistics Continued

Additional Log assets Bulk Purchase Agreement (BPA) – Allocated Afghan money for local purchase of items to support units Requested by ODAs through RLCs: batteries, furniture, FP materials etc… Push Letters – Generated by CSTC-A for fill of Tashkil shortage items Generated by CSTC-A with ANA Corp priority – not ANASOF Foreign Military Sales (FMS) – Requested by oversight unit through CSTC-A for approval and purchase Accountability CDOs converted to Decree 4.2 property books Working towards Sensitive Items Inventories IAW with 4.2 EUM/TIGR mandatory inspections – Compliance Agreement US/Afghan Current issues/concerns CDO Turnover - internal Halal Meal contract renewal – ANA/ MOD NVG Maintenance Class IX parts – Prescribed Load Lists Tashkil Fill – Up Armored HMMWV (M1151) Facilities

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Intermission

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ANASOC

ANASOC Core Tasks

:

Direct Action (DA) Operations

Internal Defense (ID) Operations

Civil Military Operations (CMO)

Information Dissemination (AIDO) CJSOTF-A Partnership: Afghan National Army Special Forces (ANASF): SOF elements that are OPCON to CJSOTF-A partner with ANASF ODAs and AOBs to ensure growth and development IAW the ANASOC Decree and MoD ciphers conduct operations ISO the GIRoA national security strategy.Commando (CDO): SOF elements that are OPCON to CJSOTF-A partner with CDO Kandaks (KDK) to ensure growth and development IAW the ANASOC Decree and MoD ciphers conduct operations ISO the GIRoA national security strategy.The School of Excellence: The SOE is comprised of the Afghan National Army Special Operations Qualification Course (ANASFQC), Commando Qualification Course (CQC), ANASOC cadre, and SOF element cadre. It is located at Camp Morehead, Kabul.

The purpose of Afghan National Army Special Operations Command (ANASOC) is to defend the rights and principals of the Greater Islamic Republic of Afghanistan (GIRoA) from terrorist and insurgent violence.

Mission: The mission of ANASOC is to organize, recruit, man, train, educate, equip, and deploy all ANASOC forces in order to conduct operations in support of the GIRoA national security strategy.- ANASOC Decree, dated 02 January 2011

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ANASOC Commandos (CDO)

CDOs are regionally aligned and deployed to nine locations across CJOA-A.

CDOs are a rapidly deployable and highly mobile elite light infantry force.

CDO training mirrors that of US Army Rangers; they function as an elite light infantry assault force.

Partnered with SOF teams for training and operations.

Operational cycle facilitates employment of one reinforced CDO company per CDO KDK.

CDO Core Tasks

: Attack: Search and attack, special purpose attacks; raids and ambushes, target interdictions. Defend: Area and mobile defense. Reconnaissance and Security: cordon & search, area security, route, zone, area. Stability Operations: Counterinsurgency (COIN), Combat Terrorism (CT), Support to Counternarcotics (CNT) Operations.

Mission: CDOs conduct specialized light infantry operations in support of regional corps counterinsurgency operations, and provide a strategic response capability for the GIRoA. - ANASOC Decree, dated 02 January 2011

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ANASOC ANA Special Forces (ANASF)

ANASF training mirrors that of the US Army Special Forces.

ANASF have an inherent knowledge of the terrain and language permitting them to interact and understand local dynamics in a way no outsider can.

Small, rapidly deployable, highly mobile, extremely adaptable, light infantry team deployed to conduct internal defense operations.

Partnered with USSOF teams for training and operations.

Deployed regionally, and integrated into each of the regional Corp’s area of responsibility to promote security, stability.

The purpose of Afghan National Army Special Forces (ANASF) is to increase the

GIRoA’s ability to conduct COIN operations, by, with, and through Afghan Security Forces and Afghan Local Police (ALP).

Mission: Special Forces are organized, trained, and equipped to conduct Special Operations (SO) with an emphasis on Stability and Internal Defense. - ANASOC Decree, dated 02 January 2011

ANASF Core Tasks : Internal Defense (ID) Direct Action (DA) Special Reconnaissance (SR) Counterinsurgency (COIN) Civil Military Operations (CMO)

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ANASOC Re-Structure w/ Enablers

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Afghan Local Police (ALP)

In August 2010, the Government of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan (

GIRoA

) Ministerial Tashkil Decree 3196 authorized the establishment, fielding, and resourcing of Afghan Local Police (ALP) through the MoI to provide security in rural villages.- GIRoA Ministerial Tashkil Decree 3196, August 2010

The ALP program is a key subcomponent of the security line of operation in VSO. The program mobilizes rural communities to establish a self defense force to counter insurgent influence and promote stability at the sub-national level. - CJSOTF-A Afghan Local Police (ALP) Overview, 15 February 2012

Nomination

: ALP Guardians are members of the local community nominated and vetted by the traditional village or district

shura

(or

jirgha

).

Resourcing

: ALP are resourced (pay, uniforms, AK47s, radios and light tactical vehicles) by the

MoI

. The District Chief of Police (

DCoP

) accounts for ALP property.

Accountability

:

ALP numbers / resources are determined by district

Tashkils

(MTOE)

ALP are validated by the District Governor (

DGoV

), district

shura

members, and ANSF leadership during a Validation Ceremony.

The

DCoP

provides direct

MoI

oversight of the ALP program.

ALP are biometrically enrolled through

MoI

in-processing.

Training

: USSOF provides a standardized 3-week training POI for ALP that builds basic competency in the use of their weapons, equipment, small unit operations, and rule of law.

Employment

: ALP Guardians provide defensive based security around the immediate confines of their village or population center. ALP never act in an offensive capacity or deploy outside the limits of their district.

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CJSOTF-A Informal Partnerships

Success in VSO is defined by the departure of Coalition Forces elements from districts and villages after Afghans assume control of security, government and development, which extends

GIRoA influence and support into previously isolated population centers.- CJSOTF-A Village Stability Methodology 15 February 2012

Informal Partnerships are required to nest security efforts and to ensure Afghan National Security Forces (ANSF) are formally integrated and are under the control of the appropriate civilian sub-national government entity.

CJSOTF-A informal partnerships occur with

GIRoA

CIV/MIL (

MoI

/

MoD

) representatives at the provincial, district, and village level:

Village

Shura

, District Governor (

DGov

) / Provincial Governor (

PGov

)

District Chief of Police (

DCoP

) / Provincial Chief of Police (

PCoP

)

Afghan National Army (ANA) Commanders

National Directorate of Security (NDS) Representatives

Transition to

GIRoA

responsibility is the goal of all CF partnership efforts.

SOF element assessments of the unique conditions at each VSP site determine the feasibility of sustainability of transition of VSO lines of operation to

GIRoA

.

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Questions?

Decisive to Operation NAWEED, for the Coalition, is the implementation of the conceptual shift to the ANSF assuming lead responsibility for security operations.

- Joint Operation NAWEED 1391, 09 January 2012

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ANASOC Decree, dated 02 January 2011ANASOAG ANASOC force structure proposal brief for COMISAF, dated 02 September 2011.CJSOTF-A Afghan Local Police (ALP) Overview, dated 15 February 2012CJSOTF-A “Partnership Methodology”, dated 01 April 2010COMCJSOTF-A OP Dalayran 12-001, dated 15 February 2012Joint Operation NAWEED 1391, dated 09 January 2012GIRoA Ministerial Tashkil Decree 3196, dated August 2010

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