33D Infantry Brigade           |      Illinois National Guard              |      XCTC Rotation 12-03     Tactical excelle...
Army Strong – Guard StrongTactical excellence – making our Soldiers, squads and platoons the most lethal and survivable in...
Community Based, State-wide                 Proven in combat and in our communities.Proven in our Communities          • H...
History, Lineage & Honors                  Honoring our history and lineage; we build upon our experience gained in       ...
A Shared Vision and Values                  Professionals in the Profession of Arms, sworn to serve our country and our   ...
Purpose Driven, Mission Focused                    We have a non-negotiable contract with the American People to be       ...
eXportable Combat Training Capability               The Army National Guard’s (ARNG) eXportable Combat Training Capability...
Decisive Action XCTC                 “Conducting tactical actions and tasks to create an instinct base for which          ...
Training Highlights                  Platoon focused; fully integrating all battlefield enablersBattlefield Enablers •   S...
Putting it all together                Seizing, retaining, and exploiting the initiative to gain and maintain a           ...
Central to our success…Tactical excellence – making our Soldiers, squads and platoons the most lethal and survivable in th...
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33d Infantry Brigade XCTC

  1. 1. 33D Infantry Brigade | Illinois National Guard | XCTC Rotation 12-03 Tactical excellence – making our Soldiers, squads and platoons the most lethal and survivable in the world
  2. 2. Army Strong – Guard StrongTactical excellence – making our Soldiers, squads and platoons the most lethal and survivable in the world
  3. 3. Community Based, State-wide Proven in combat and in our communities.Proven in our Communities • Headquarters, Headquarters Company, 33rd IBCT Urbana, IL Approximately 3,500 Solders strong in over 30 communities • 1st Battalion, 178th Infantry Regiment Chicago, IL • 2nd Squadron, 106th Cavalry Regiment Kewanee, IL • 2nd Battalion, 130th Infantry Regiment Marion, IL • 2nd Battalion, 122nd Field Artillery Regiment Chicago, IL • 33rd Brigade Special Troops Battalion Machesney Park, IL • 634th Brigade Support Battalion Sullivan, IL Tactical excellence – making our Soldiers, squads and platoons the most lethal and survivable in the world
  4. 4. History, Lineage & Honors Honoring our history and lineage; we build upon our experience gained in combat to defeat our nation’s enemies, and to secure the homelandCommander, 33d Infantry Brigade • Deployed in support of Operation Enduring FreedomCol. Paul Hastings Afghanistan in 2008-2009Deputy Commander, 33d IBCTCol. Dan Fuhr • Experienced combat veterans and soldiersCommand Sergeant Major, 33d IBCTCommand Sgt. Major Timothy Beck • Demonstrated rapid response for domestic support operations state-wideAlways Ready, Always There Indian Wars - Black Hawk Mexican War - Vera Cruz; Cerro Gordo Civil War - Henry and Donaldson; Shiloh; Vicksburg; Missouri 1861; Kentucky 1862; Mississippi 1863; Mississippi 1864; Tennessee 1862; Alabama 1865 World War I - Somme Offensive; Meuse-Argonne; Lorraine 1918; Picardy 1918 World War II - New Guinea; Luzon Tactical excellence – making our Soldiers, squads and platoons the most lethal and survivable in the world
  5. 5. A Shared Vision and Values Professionals in the Profession of Arms, sworn to serve our country and our communities.Shared Values • The premier Infantry Brigade Combat Team in the Army National Guard. Our reputation is one of excellence. • A values-based organization consisting of dedicated, Our values are obvious. disciplined, mentally and physically tough, competent We are proud, quiet, Soldiers that work as a team. professionals, never arrogant. • Led by capable and selfless leaders Our leader training and counseling programs are the best. • Our Soldiers, families, and employers are proud to be We set and enforce high a part of the 33D BCT and understand its relevance to standards in all we do. our Nation. We develop/foster strong Family Readiness Groups. We care for our Gold Star Families Lines of Effort and Wounded Warriors. Leading Insert Different Photo We assess risk and train safely. Training We never walk away from a Maintaining deficiency. Caring Tactical excellence – making our Soldiers, squads and platoons the most lethal and survivable in the world
  6. 6. Purpose Driven, Mission Focused We have a non-negotiable contract with the American People to be ready when called. • Trained to be the best NG IBCT ready to deploy as an intact infantry brigade, capable of conducting decisive action anywhere in the world to protect US national interests • In the Available Pool as of 01 OCT 2013; integral to the US National Security Strategy Strategic Depth Operational Depth Operational ForceArmy Force Generation Model RESET TRAIN / READY AVAILABLE A 5 year cyclic process the Army uses Reset Training Train-Ready Mission Force to man, equip, and train units for deployment Unit DEF Allocates and prioritizes limited Ind / Crew I/C/S Collective Training Proficiency resources Prof** Post Mob Training DEPLOYED Cycles units through three separate and distinct force pools to include RESET, Train-Ready, and Available. CEF 1 Year 1 Year 1 Year 1 Year Reconstitute / HS Training / Training at CTCs / Tng Avail/Deployed Tactical excellence – making our Soldiers, squads and platoons the most lethal and survivable in the world
  7. 7. eXportable Combat Training Capability The Army National Guard’s (ARNG) eXportable Combat Training Capability (XCTC) program provides an experience similar to a Combat Training Center• XCTC provides a cost-effective and readily available alternative to the National Training Center (NTC) at Fort Irwin, California or the Joint Readiness Training Center (JRTC) at Fort Polk, Louisiana.• XCTC provides a culminating event for units in the Army Force Generation Model (ARFORGEN) • Individual Soldiers carry the Multiple Integrated Laser Engagement (MILES) 2000 and Enhanced Digital Instrumentation (EDI). • Leverages the Deployable Force-on-Force Instrumented Range System (DFIRST) which provides radar imagery for tracking vehicles across a battlefield Tactical excellence – making our Soldiers, squads and platoons the most lethal and survivable in the world
  8. 8. Decisive Action XCTC “Conducting tactical actions and tasks to create an instinct base for which our Soldiers and leaders can draw upon in the future fight.” Mission: The 33D IBCT conducts XCTC 7-27 July 2012 in order to perform rigorous, theater immersed, multi-echelon training to achieve platoon level collective training proficiency under the mission command of the company and battalion. End State: • Platoons are certified in offensive, defensive, and stabilityXCTC Key Tasks tasks Safely deploy/redeploy to Camp • Companies and battalions achieved mission command Ripley proficiency Successfully conduct RSOI and • Junior leaders are able to react to unpredictable, complex, XCTC rotation ill-defined situations Platoon proficiency achieved thru Company and Battalion Mission • Soldiers are confident in themselves, their equipment and Command. their leaders BN and IBCT staff capable of • All aspects of safety, Soldier care and Army values are performing operations while incorporated and accomplished throughout the XCTC synchronizing IBCT enablers rotation (plan, prepare, execute and assess). Tactical excellence – making our Soldiers, squads and platoons the most lethal and survivable in the world
  9. 9. Training Highlights Platoon focused; fully integrating all battlefield enablersBattlefield Enablers • Sniper Mobile Training Team • Field Artillery Live Fire Exercise • Unmanned Aerial Systems • Multi-Functional Teams • Sappers Battalion Field Training Exercise as a Brigade Attack Platoon training under Battalion 6 Live Fire Exercises Mission Command Squad PlatoonDay 1 P r o g r e s s i v e C o l l e c t i v e Tr a i n i n g Day 21 Tactical excellence – making our Soldiers, squads and platoons the most lethal and survivable in the world
  10. 10. Putting it all together Seizing, retaining, and exploiting the initiative to gain and maintain a position of relative advantage in sustained land operations • Rigorous, Relevant, Realistic • Putting it all together at the platoon level • Company, Battalion, Brigade Mission Command • 24 hour operations, full battlefield immersion • Central to our success is our junior noncommissioned officersDisciplined InitiativeDecentralized Operations Tactical Maneuver Mission Command Tactical excellence – making our Soldiers, squads and platoons the most lethal and survivable in the world
  11. 11. Central to our success…Tactical excellence – making our Soldiers, squads and platoons the most lethal and survivable in the world

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