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This is the command brief for the Pacific USAF. It highlights the perspective of the leadership of the command and the way forward for it in the period ahead.

This is the command brief for the Pacific USAF. It highlights the perspective of the leadership of the command and the way forward for it in the period ahead.

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  • 1. Pacific Air Forces Integrity - Service - Excellence PACAF Command Brief General Hawk Carlisle Commander
  • 2. Pacific Air Forces Combat-ready American Airmen: the foundation of Asia-Pacific stability and security Integrity - Service - Excellence 2
  • 3. The Strategic Environment: Challenges & Opportunities Non-State Threats Intrastate & Interstate Conflicts Growing Chinese Power Territorial / Resource Competition Evolving North Korean Threat Global Economic Development Natural Disasters & Disease Growing Democratization Integrity - Service - Excellence 3
  • 4. The Operational Problem: Distance & Denial Eielson AFB JB Elmendorf-Richardson Ulaanbaatar Anti-Access/ Area Denial Beijing Osan AB Kunsan AB Misawa AB Yokota AB Midway Islands Kadena AB New Delhi Taiwan Manila Bangkok Wake Island JB Pearl Harbor-Hickam Andersen AFB Kuala Lumpur Singapore Jakarta Integrity - Service - Excellence 4
  • 5. The Tactical Threat: Emerging Pacific Technologies       Electronic Attack Space Effects Cyber Effects Land Attack Missiles Anti-Ship Missiles Advanced Surface-Air Missiles America’s Pacific assets & interests are reachable… Integrity - Service - Excellence 5
  • 6. Strategic Guidance “…we will of necessity rebalance toward the Asia-Pacific region” President Obama Integrity - Service - Excellence 6
  • 7. PACOM & USAF Guidance PACOM Guiding Principles International Rules Partnership Presence Force Projection Unity of Effort Strategic Communication USAF Priorities PACAF Strategy Strengthen Nuclear Enterprise Partner with Joint & Coalition Team Develop & Care for Airmen & Families Modernize Air & Space Inventories, Organizations &Training Acquisition Excellence Integrity - Service - Excellence 7
  • 8. PACAF Strategy Theater Security Cooperation Expand Engagement Integrated Air and Missile Defense Increase Combat Capability Posture for Contingency Ops Power Projection Ensure Stability & Free Access Deter Aggression Improve Warfighter Integration Agile, Flexible Command & Control Defend U.S. Interests Resilient Airmen Core Tenets Lines of Operation Integrity - Service - Excellence End State 8
  • 9. Expand Engagement Energize Old Alliances & Foster New Partnerships Bilateral  Multilateral Engage At Home & Abroad Relationships are foundational to access Integrity - Service - Excellence 9
  • 10. Increase Combat Capability Procure • Long-range platforms • Next-Gen munitions • Persistent ISR Deploy • New systems in Pacific first • Increased rotational presence Protect • Hardening • Dispersal • Redundancy • Active Defense Employ • Info sharing • CONOPS & TTP development • Educate • Train • Exercise • Combined ops Only a credible capability deters threats to the Global Commons Integrity - Service - Excellence 10
  • 11. Improve Warfighter Integration Synch USAF Capabilities Joint Integration Air Hi-Fi Training w/Key Allies Space Cyber Electronic Warfare Command & Control Allied Interoperability Air-Sea Battle Integrated Air & Missile Defense Humanitarian Assistance & Disaster Relief Exercising w/New Partners Integration minimizes the effects of austere fiscal times Integrity - Service - Excellence 11
  • 12. Theater Security Cooperation Every Airman is an Ambassador Integrity - Service - Excellence 12
  • 13. FY12 Engagements Ulchi Freedom Guardian 12 Key Resolve12 Foal Eagle 12 Max Thunder 12 PACRIM Airpower Symposium 12 Yama Sakura 12 Keen Edge/Sword 12 Red Flag-AK 12-1 Red Flag-AK 12-2 Red Flag-AK 12-3 (Japan) (AK JPARC) (Republic of Korea) Pacific Angel 12-4 (Nepal) Pacific Angel 12-2 (Laos) Cope South 12 (Bangladesh) Pacific Angel 12-1 Balikatan 12 Terminal Fury Pacific Unity (Philippines) (Hawaii) Cope North 12 (Guam) Cobra Gold Cope Tiger (Thailand) Cope Taufan Pacific Angel 12-3 (Vietnam) Commando Sling (Singapore) Cope West 12 (Antarctic) Pitch Black 12 Talisman Saber 12 (Indonesia) Op Deep Freeze (New Zealand) (Malaysia) Kiwi Flag (Australia) I n200+ Engagements with 28 - E x c ein l e n c e t e g r i t y - S e r v i c e Nations l FY12 13
  • 14. FY13 Engagements Ulchi Freedom Guardian 13 Max Thunder 13 Keen Sword 13 Red Flag-AK 13-1 (Japan) Red Flag-AK 13-2 (Republic of Korea) Red Flag-AK 13-3 Pacific Airlift Rally 13 Pacific Angel 13-5 (Cambodia) (AK JPARC) Northern Edge 13 (Gulf of Alaska) Commando Sling 13-2 & 13-3 Red Flag-Nellis 13-4 (Singapore) Balikatan 13 Pacific Angel 13-4 (Sri Lanka) Pacific Angel 13-1 (Philippines) Terminal Fury Kona Airshow (Hawaii) Cope North 13 (Guam) Pacific Angel 13-3 (Vietnam) Cope Tiger 13 Cope West 13 PACRIM Airpower Symposium 13 Pacific Angel 13-2 Jt Ex Indonesia 13 Garuda Shield 13 Talisman Saber 13 (Indonesia) Op Deep Freeze (Australia) (Thailand) ntegr - S e r Limited cell nce Red: ICancelledi t y Yellow: v i c e - E xGreen: eCompleted (Antarctic) 14
  • 15. FY14 Engagements Ulchi Freedom Guardian 14 Key Resolve14 Foal Eagle 14 Max Thunder 14 Cobra Gold Cope Tiger PACRIM Airpower Symposium (Republic of Korea) (Thailand) Pacific Angel 14-4 (Mongolia) Red Flag-AK 14-1 Red Flag-AK 14-2 Red Flag-AK 14-3 (AK JPARC) Yama Sakura 14 Keen Edge 14 (Japan) Pacific Angel 14-2 Cope South 14 Pacific Angel 14-1 (Laos) Balikatan 14 (Philippines) Terminal Fury RIMPAC 14 Cope North 14 (Bangladesh) (Hawaii) (Guam) Commando Sling 14-1 Commando Sling 14-2 Commando Sling 14-3 (Singapore) Cope Taufan Pacific Angel 14-3 (Malaysia) (Tonga) Cope West 14 Indonesia Joint Ex 14 (Indonesia) Pitch Black 14 Unified Engagement Kiwi Flag Op Deep Freeze (New Zealand) (Antarctic) (Australia) Integrity - Service - Excellence Major Engagements Planned for FY14 15
  • 16. Integrated Air & Missile Defense Active Defense Passive Defense Attack Ops Command & Control Integrity - Service - Excellence 16
  • 17. Power Projection Global Power Global Reach Global Vigilance Integrity - Service - Excellence 17
  • 18. Theater AF Forces Eielson AFB Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson Osan AB Misawa AB Joint Base Lewis-McChord Kunsan AB Yokota AB Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam Paya Lebar AB Kadena AB Andersen AFB Op DEEP FREEZE I n t e Assigned r v i Rotational/Non-PACAF Black: g r i t y - S eRed: c e - E x c e l l e n c e 18
  • 19. Agile, Flexible C2 Command & Control Systems & Relationships Space Superiority Cyber Superiority Integrity - Service - Excellence 19
  • 20. Command Relationships CDRUSPACOM Vice Commander 5 AF Commander Command Chief 7 AF Commander 11 AF Commander Integrity - Service - Excellence 20
  • 21. Resilient Airmen Combat Ready Combat Ready Airmen CrossCulturally CrossCompetent Culturally Airmen Making Competent--Making Responsible Choices Comprehensively Comprehensively Fit & Aware Airmen Fit & Aware Resilient Airmen -- The Critical Enabler Integrity - Service - Excellence 21
  • 22. PACAF Takeaways     Pacific Rebalance - fully engaged in U.S. strategic shift Sequestration - slowing us down, but not stopping us Relationships - fundamental to maintaining regional security/stability PACAF Resilient Airmen - critical enabler to accomplish our mission Integrity - Service - Excellence 22
  • 23. QUESTIONS?