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  • 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. Army Strong – Guard StrongTactical excellence – making our Soldiers, squads and platoons the most lethal and survivable in the world
  • 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. Central to our success…Tactical excellence – making our Soldiers, squads and platoons the most lethal and survivable in the world