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Fort A.P. Hill I-CC
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Fort A.P. Hill I-CC
Fort A.P. Hill I-CC
Fort A.P. Hill I-CC
Fort A.P. Hill I-CC
Fort A.P. Hill I-CC
Fort A.P. Hill I-CC
Fort A.P. Hill I-CC
Fort A.P. Hill I-CC
Fort A.P. Hill I-CC
Fort A.P. Hill I-CC
Fort A.P. Hill I-CC
Fort A.P. Hill I-CC
Fort A.P. Hill I-CC
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Fort A.P. Hill I-CC
Fort A.P. Hill I-CC
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Since 1941, Fort A.P. Hill has worked to foster a positive relationship with the surrounding community. The ICC provides us with such a forum to discuss issues of mutual concern and for sharing of …

Since 1941, Fort A.P. Hill has worked to foster a positive relationship with the surrounding community. The ICC provides us with such a forum to discuss issues of mutual concern and for sharing of information which in turn fosters a better military-civilian relationship as well as promoting general welfare and prosperity to the local community. These quarterly discussions are also an opportunity for local elected officials, local professional government staffers, and business/community leaders to meet and gain an understanding of each other’s concerns.

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  • Here is our agenda for today.Next slide….
  • The AWG is our biggest military construction program. The organization’s program manager at Fort A.P. Hill is certain that the work that will take place at Fort A.P. Hill, in terms of advancing our ability to meet and defeat asymmetric threats and save American lives, will be history making. We’re proud to help play a role in this organization’s important and creative mission. Next…
  • Fort A.P. Hill is currently in a NEPA process regarding the proposed 800 and 1200-meter ranges. Here you will see the proposed locations. Next slide…
  • On November 30, 2010, we held an open house for the public to learn more about the propose AWG ranges. We had about 30 people attend and a few comments that were left. These comments will be available in the draft EA for public comment. I invite you to be an active participant in this process.
  • We are actively engaged in the community. From tours and reading programs to participation in chambers and co-hosting the Installation-Community Council.
  • I invite you to join us in Fort A.P. Hill’s 70th anniversary celebration on June 11. We will kick off the day with the Americana Military Parade at 10 a.m. in the Town of Bowling Green. We will then have military displays and reenactments for all to enjoy in the afternoon. At 6:45 p.m., the Military District of Washington will presents it military pageant, Twilight Tattoo.This event is free and open to the public.
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    • 1. Fort A.P. Hill Update<br />Installation-Community Council<br />29 March 2011<br />LTC Jack Haefner<br />Installation Commander<br />Where America’s Military Sharpens Its Combat Edge<br />
    • 2. Agenda<br />Training our Warriors<br />Our Military Construction projects<br />Working Together<br />
    • 3. Utilization by Service Component<br />Training Overview<br />Warrior Throughput By Year<br />94,230 Warriors trained at Fort A.P. Hill in 2010<br />Hundreds of different units and thousands of Warriors make Fort A.P. Hill the Regional Training Center where they sharpen their combat edge<br />923<br />Units Served<br />874<br />772<br />770<br />778<br />712<br />695<br />664<br />656<br />634<br />Warrior Feedback: 92% say service is “Best” or “Better Than Most”<br />Training for the Joint Force<br />Training Capacity for Commanders<br />
    • 4. Project Locations<br />
    • 5. Warrior Training FTX Area-Pender Camp <br /><ul><li>Warrior Training FTX Area is basically complete, pending final water and sanitary work
    • 6. Quartermaster AIT Soldiers have been training at Pender since September 2011
    • 7. 600 – 1,100 AIT Soldiers train here each week, 48 weeks a year
    • 8. A new maintenance facility will soon join the existing facilities</li></li></ul><li>EOD Training Complex<br /><ul><li>Training complex nearing completion
    • 9. Training slated to begin Summer 2011
    • 10. Training Facility scheduled to open for classes Fall 2011
    • 11. Anticipate about 30 permanent EOD personnel and families to arrive in upcoming months</li></li></ul><li>FY11 Asymmetric Warfare Group<br />Project Objective: <br />Provide a complex with supporting ranges to enable the Asymmetric Warfare Group (AWG) to provide operational advisory assistance in support of Army and Joint Force Commanders to enhance the combat effectiveness of the operating force and enable the defeat of asymmetric threats.<br />The AWG projects consists of :<br /><ul><li>Indoor Range
    • 12. 800 Meter Range
    • 13. 1200 Meter Range
    • 14. Demolition Range
    • 15. AWG Complex to provide administration, barracks, testing and evaluation facilities </li></li></ul><li>Proposed AWG Range locations<br />
    • 16. Proposed AWG Range (cont’d)<br /><ul><li>Open House held in Bowling Green 30 Nov 2010, opening comment period
    • 17. Comment period for proposed project closed 30 Dec 2010 </li></ul>Next steps in NEPA process:<br /><ul><li>Comments on the Draft Environmental Assessment are currently under assessment by the contractor and Fort A.P. Hill staff.
    • 18. Once the internal review is finished, the EA is released, and the public will have 30 days to comment</li></li></ul><li>FY11 Army Reserve Center<br /><ul><li>Will provide support for the standing up of a Multi-Role Bridge Company
    • 19. Consists of :
    • 20. Armed Forces Reserve Center (AFRC) training building
    • 21. Organizational parking
    • 22. Organizational Maintenance Shop
    • 23. Storage space
    • 24. Next Step: Groundbreaking in Summer</li></li></ul><li>FY10 Automated Infantry Platoon Battle Course (IPBC) <br />Project Objective: <br />Provide a complex to train and test infantry platoons (mounted or dismounted) on the skills necessary to conduct tactical movements techniques, detect, identify, engage and defeat stationary and moving infantry and armor targets in a tactical way.<br />The IPBC Range consists of :<br /><ul><li>Approximately 657 acres of support and</li></ul> range area, over 10,700 feet long, over <br /> various terrain<br /><ul><li>Six major objectives that includes infantry and </li></ul> armor targets, trench systems, bunkers, <br /> obstacles, and an assault/defend house.<br /><ul><li>Two assault helicopter landing zones
    • 25. Range support buildings for operations, </li></ul> storage, briefings, latrines, meal consumption, <br /> ammo issue, and after-action reviews. <br />
    • 26. “Afghanistan” Combat Village<br />Project Objective: <br />Provide a multi-story, obstacle-laced training complex that replicates a small Afghan village. The complex will allow the user the opportunity to plan and execute a tactical operation to secure and search a small village. This non-live fire complex offers Soldiers and Marines a place to practice prior to going to a live-fire range. <br /><ul><li>This project will remove several old wooden “facilities” on the site which had become dangerous. Several existing concrete “huts” will continue to be used on the site to support the training.
    • 27. The addition of “mud, brick, or stone” to the exterior as well as some other touches like gasoline pumps will complete the village. Partitions are added on the upper floors for safety.</li></ul>Original Combat Village<br />Actual Village in Afghanistan<br />New Combat Village Under Construction<br />
    • 28. Rail Transport of Soldiers from Fort Lee to FAPH<br /><ul><li> Rail would provide safer means of transporting Soldiers from Fort Lee to FAPH
    • 29. About 1,000 Soldiers would travel via train about 40 times per year
    • 30. Five sites in Milford area are under consideration
    • 31. The final site would serve as the passenger drop off point and train parking area. No refueling or major repairs will be conducted there.</li></li></ul><li>Our Relationships<br /> Tours<br /> Career Days/ Reading Programs at local schools<br /> Training Events <br /> Speaker’s Bureau<br /> Open houses<br /> Providing static displays<br /> Showcasing training facilities<br /> Installation-Community Council<br />
    • 32. 15 OF 10<br />Fort A.P. Hill 70th Anniversary Celebration<br />Saturday, June 11, 2011<br />Morning<br />10 a.m.: Town of Bowling Green hosts Americana Military Parade<br />Afternoon<br />Military displays for all to view at Fort A.P. Hill, reenactments<br />Evening<br />6:45 p.m.: Military District of Washington’s Twilight Tattoo <br />The public is invited to attend this free event! <br />
    • 33. Citizen’s Leadership Academy<br />PurposeTo build and empower advocates in Fort A.P. Hill’s surrounding localities by creating an understanding about the installation’s mission, instilling a “sense of community,” and demonstrating how tax dollars are spent in day-to-day operations.<br />Goal<br />To have better informed citizens who will bring their knowledge back to their respective neighborhoods, local organizations and circles of influence.<br />Benefits<br /><ul><li> Creates a cadre of informed citizens who will be better able to become involved in the FAPH Community Relations program
    • 34. Provides an opportunity for citizens to learn about Fort A.P. Hill through first-hand experience and gain exposure to the wide range of functions, operations and services
    • 35. Obtains feedback from citizens regarding Fort A.P. Hill operations, programs and services and input toward the installation’s community relations program
    • 36. Not lecture-based but interactive</li></li></ul><li>Citizen’s Leadership Academy<br />What to expect<br />Come prepared to work, learn, play and have FUN<br />Other items of interest<br /><ul><li> Application process is forthcoming
    • 37. Anticipate class size of 8-12 students
    • 38. Anticipate pilot class in September 2011</li></li></ul><li>Citizen’s Leadership Academy<br />Session Examples:<br />Getting to Know Fort A.P. Hill<br /><ul><li> Meet and Greet
    • 39. Meet the Command Group
    • 40. Welcome from Garrison Commander
    • 41. Purpose of the Citizen’s Leadership Academy
    • 42. History and Overview of Fort A.P. Hill
    • 43. Organizational Structure
    • 44. Public Affairs and Community Relations Program
    • 45. Strategic Outreach initiatives</li></li></ul><li>Session 1: Getting to Know Fort A.P. Hill<br />Meet and Greet<br />Meet the Command Group<br />Welcome from Garrison Commander<br />Purpose of the Citizens Academy<br />History and Overview of Fort A.P. Hill<br />Organizational Structure<br />Public Affairs and Community Relations Program<br />Strategic Outreach initiatives<br /> <br />Session 2: Tour of the installation <br />Session 3: Installation Operations (Directorate of Public Works/Master Planning)<br />Land Use Planning and its importance<br />Involvement with Technical Review Zoning Committee<br />Upcoming MILCON projects<br />Environmental Division Overview<br />NEPA and the key role citizens have in the process<br />Operational Noise Reporting Program<br />Recycling Program/Water and Energy management<br />Army Compatible Use Buffer Program<br />Environmental Quality Controls<br />Field work (water sampling)<br />Archeological site tour<br /> <br />Session 4: Providing the Best Training and Support--Anywhere! (Directorate of Plans, Training, Mobilization and Security)<br />Training and overview of operations<br />Visit a training event/meet training unit<br />Demonstrate noise modeling process<br />Session 4: Recreation opportunities (Directorate of Family Morale, Welfare and Recreation)<br />Tour DFMWR facilities<br />Overview of recreation program<br />Lodging services<br />Catering services<br />Visit CAC Gym<br />Health and Wellness programs for workforce<br />Army Family Covenant (Army Community Service—how the Army takes care of its families)<br />Session 5: Safety and Security (Directorate of Emergency Services)<br />Overview of services and Mutual Aid Agreement<br />(Include Caroline County Fire Chief and Sheriff at this session) <br />Fire Station tour and overview<br />Safety overview from Installation Safety Office and involvement with community (blood drives)<br />Table Top Exercise and tour of the Emergency Operations Center<br />Session 6: Day-to-day business operations (Directorate of Human Resources/Resource Management Office/Legal/Plans, Analysis, Integration/Information Management Office)<br />How to get a job for the government<br />Retiree services<br />Visitor Operations Center<br />Training/Development of employees<br />How to do business with the government: Contracting officer<br />Overview of RM functions and how the “city” is funded and operates<br />How to file claims<br />Planning for the future (PAI)<br />Overview from IMO<br />Class “After Action” exercise/Class surveys administered<br />Budget and finance<br />Graduation<br />Session 2: Tour of the installation <br />Session 3: Installation Operations (Directorate of Public Works/Master Planning)<br />Land Use Planning and its importance<br />Involvement with Technical Review Zoning Committee<br />Upcoming MILCON projects<br />Environmental Division Overview<br />NEPA and the key role citizens have in the process<br />Operational Noise Reporting Program<br />Recycling Program/Water and Energy management<br />Army Compatible Use Buffer Program<br />Environmental Quality Controls<br />Field work (water sampling)<br />Archeological site tour<br /> <br />Session 4: Providing the Best Training and Support--Anywhere! (Directorate of Plans, Training, Mobilization and Security)<br />Training and overview of operations<br />Visit a training event/meet training unit<br />Demonstrate noise modeling process<br />Session 4: Recreation opportunities (Directorate of Family Morale, Welfare and Recreation)<br />Tour DFMWR facilities<br />Overview of recreation program<br />Lodging services<br />Catering services<br />Visit CAC Gym<br />Health and Wellness programs for workforce<br />Army Family Covenant (Army Community Service—how the Army takes care of its families)<br />Session 5: Safety and Security (Directorate of Emergency Services)<br />Overview of services and Mutual Aid Agreement<br />(Include Caroline County Fire Chief and Sheriff at this session) <br />Fire Station tour and overview<br />Safety overview from Installation Safety Office and involvement with community (blood drives)<br />Table Top Exercise and tour of the Emergency Operations Center<br />Session 6: Day-to-day business operations (Directorate of Human Resources/Resource Management Office/Legal/Plans, Analysis, Integration/Information Management Office)<br />How to get a job for the government<br />Retiree services<br />Visitor Operations Center<br />Training/Development of employees<br />How to do business with the government: Contracting officer<br />Overview of RM functions and how the “city” is funded and operates<br />How to file claims<br />Planning for the future (PAI)<br />Overview from IMO<br />Class “After Action” exercise/Class surveys administered<br />Budget and finance<br />Graduation<br />Citizen’s Leadership Academy<br /> <br />Installation Operations<br /><ul><li> Land Use Planning and its importance
    • 46. Involvement with Technical Review Zoning Committee
    • 47. Upcoming MILCON projects
    • 48. Environmental Division Overview
    • 49. NEPA and the key role citizens have in the process
    • 50. Operational Noise Reporting Program
    • 51. Recycling Program/Water and Energy management
    • 52. Army Compatible Use Buffer Program
    • 53. Environmental Quality Controls
    • 54. Field work (water sampling)
    • 55. Archeological site tour</li></ul>Providing the Best Training and Support--Anywhere! <br /><ul><li> Visit a training event/meet training unit
    • 56. Demonstrate noise modeling process</li></ul> <br />
    • 57. Citizen’s Leadership Academy<br />Safety and Security<br /><ul><li> Overview of services and Mutual Aid Agreement
    • 58. Fire Station tour and overview
    • 59. Safety overview from Installation Safety Office
    • 60. Table Top Exercise and tour of the Emergency Operations Center</li></ul>Day-to-day business operations <br /><ul><li> How to get a job with the government
    • 61. Retiree services
    • 62. Visitor Operations Center
    • 63. Training/Development of employees
    • 64. How to do business with the government: Contracting officer
    • 65. Overview of RM functions and how the “city” is funded and operates
    • 66. How to file claims
    • 67. Budget and finance
    • 68. Class “After Action” exercise/Class surveys administered</li></li></ul><li>Join Me:<br />http://jackhaefner.wordpress.com<br />http://www.facebook.com/jackhaefner<br />http://twitter.com/jackhaefner<br />http://youtube.com/jackhaefner<br />
    • 69. INSTALLATION MANAGEMENT COMMAND<br />“Sustain, Support and Defend”<br />

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