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Ft. Stewart/HAAF Garrison Commander Rotary Presentation

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Presented by COL Jason Wolter, Garrison Commander Fort Stewart/Hunter Army Airfield

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Ft. Stewart/HAAF Garrison Commander Rotary Presentation

  1. 1. UNCLASSIFIED 1 of 17 September 2017 FSGA/HAAF Fort Stewart / Hunter Army Airfield Presented by Colonel Jason Wolter Garrison Commander 100th Birthday 21 NOV 2017
  2. 2. UNCLASSIFIED 2 of 17 August 2017 FSGA/HAAF Agenda • Introduction • FSGA/HAAF Scope & Overview • Commanding General Priorities • Readiness • Premiere Installation • Strengthen Community Relations • FSGA/HAAF Future • Question and Answer
  3. 3. UNCLASSIFIED 3 of 17 August 2017 FSGA/HAAF FSGA/HAAF Overview Supported Population Military (AC/RC) 19,882 Full-time Civilian 2,678 Total Military/Civilian 22,560 Family Members 30,220 Retirees 10,972 Retired Dependents 35,999 Total Dependents* 77,191 Total Supported: 109,802 Utilities • Electric – 543 miles • Gas – 60 miles • Water/Sewer – 356 miles Land 284,924 acre total holdings 261,876 acre Training Support Complex, with: • 132 Total Training Areas • 59 Direct Fire Ranges • 52 Indirect Fire Ranges • Mounted/Dismounted Maneuver Areas • Airfields/Landing Zones • Simulators/Devices Roads (paved and unpaved) 922 miles Railroads 23 miles Paved Area (excluding roads) 89.2 million square yards Community Partners Hinesville, Savannah and cities and towns in our surrounding counties of Liberty, Chatham, Bryan, Long, Evans and Tattnall. Liberty and Bryan County School Districts Savannah-Chatham County Public School Districts Liberty, Chatham and Bryan County Commissions Hinesville Downtown Development Authority Savannah Economic Development Authority 3 Ft Stewart Hunter AAF 40 Miles 50 Minutes * Within a 40 Mile Radius Source: Army Stationing and Installation Plan (ASIP) Privatized Housing • 3,630 Family Housing (2,932 @ FS, 698 @ HAAF) • 334 Single Soldier Units Buildings 22.5 million square feet Barracks Capacity (PP & WTU) 8,524 Soldier Capacity
  4. 4. UNCLASSIFIED 4 of 17 August 2017 FSGA/HAAF II 83 CM BN 48 CM BDE FSGA CA II 82 CA BN 85 CA BDE FSGA II 92 EN BN 20 EN BDE FSGA E II 63 ESB 35 SIG BDE FSGA I EOD 766 EOD CO 63 EOD BN FSGA I EOD 732 EOD CO I EOD 731 EOD CO I EOD 38 EOD CO 385 MP BN 16MP BDE FSGA MP II FORCSOM Units MEDDAC MEDCOM FSGA & HAAF DENTAC MEDCOM FSGA & HAAF D V VETERINARY SERVICES MEDCOM FSGA & HAAF WTU MEDDAC FSGA II MEDCOM Units MI II 224 MI BN 513 MI BDE FSGA & HAAF MI CI 308 FIELD OFFICE 902 MI GROUP HAAF MI Fort Stewart Foundry INSCOM FSGA INSCOM Units SF RECRUITING TEAM USASOC FSGA SF 3-160 SOAR USASOC HAAF II SF 1-75 RGR BN 75 RGR REGT/USASOC HAAF RGR II SOCOM Units III 3 MP GROUP USACIC HAAF MP CID 6 BDE (ROTC) USA CADET CMD HAAF ROTC X USAG FGGA & HAAF IMCOM (ATLANTIC REGION) FSGA & HAAF USAG 188 IN BDE 1 ARMY FSGA X NCO ACADEMY TRADOC FSGA NCOA SE REGION & NEC 7 SIGNAL CMD FSGA 30 MP DET 10 MP BN FSGA & HAAF MP CID Other Army Units FS/HAAF Units & Activities 3 ID FSGA & HAAF xx
  5. 5. UNCLASSIFIED 5 of 17 August 2017 FSGA/HAAF 15 ASOS 18 ASOG/USAF HAAF ASOS II Coast Guard Air Station Savannah HAAF U L B Company (-) 2nd B&T Ops BN HAAF LSB I DoD & Sister Service Units AMERICAN RED CROSS FSGA MIDCOAST REGIONAL AIRPORT FSGA Local 1922 AFGE FSGA AFGE Civilian Activities 179 MP CO GAARNG FSGA MP I B, 1-169 AVN GAARNG HAAF U M GA GTC GAARNG FSGA USAG 117 ACS GAANG HAAF ACS II II 2-122 MOD BN GAARNG FSGA Georgia Guard Units FS/HAAF Units & Activities ARMY & AIR FORCE EXCHANGE SERVICE FSGA AAFES DEFENSE COMMISSARY AGENCY FSGA DeCA DoD EDUCATION ACTIVITY FSGA DoDEA UNITED SERVICE ORGANIZATION FSGA USO WASTE WATER TREATMENT PLANT FSGA Water Treatment 904 CBN 419 CSB FSGA AMC RASM-East AMCOM HAAF AMC AFSBn-STEWART 406 AFSB FSGA & HAAF AMC II LRC-STEWART 406 AFSB FSGA AMC AMC Units MICC-STEWART 419 CSB FSGA AMC II “Teammates from all 5 branches of Military Service”
  6. 6. UNCLASSIFIED 6 of 17 August 2017 FSGA/HAAF FS/HAAF Reserve Component (RC) & Joint Customers  The map shows Ft. Stewart’s Areas of Responsibility for RC Customers  Examples of other Reserve Component units, not in our Area but still supported by FSGA/HAAF:  48th IBCT – GAARNG (Associated Unit Program)  218th MEB – SCARNG  59th AVN TRP CMD – SCARNG  263rd AAMDC – SCARNG  Aviation NG Units from Mass. to Puerto Rico.  Other Active Duty Army Units, Marine, Navy and Air Force Units include:  2d Marine Division (Camp LeJuene)  MCAS Beaufort  Kings Bay Submarine Base (Marines & Navy)  Moody AFB  82d Airborne Division (Fort Bragg)  West Point
  7. 7. UNCLASSIFIED 7 of 17 August 2017 FSGA/HAAF Evans Screven Jenkins Candler Bulloch Bryan McIntosh Liberty Glynn Wayne Chatham Long Effingham Appling Toombs Emanuel Tattnall FSGA/Hinesville Military: 7,619 Retirees: 2,246 Students: 1,495 Military (on post): 11,239 Military (off post): 6,160 Retirees: 2,968 Students: 3,306 Military: 2,054 Retirees: 654 Students: 1,514 HAAF/Savannah Military: 725 Retirees: 308 Students: 622 Retirees: 170 Retirees: 310 Significant Military Population Areas (Military Personnel, Family Members and US Army Retirees) Retirees: 272 Retirees: 255 FS/HAAF Economic Impact Examples of Economic Impact: Total Military FY 17 Payroll $1.27 Billion Total Civilian FY 17 Payroll $210 Million Area Army Retiree Annual Pay $164 Million Federal School Impact Aid Funds $9.1 Million Estimated funds spent in the local economy (FY16) $1.7 Billion – • Military, civilian, retiree pay • Contracts • School Impact Funds
  8. 8. UNCLASSIFIED 8 of 17 August 2017 FSGA/HAAF Senior Leadership and Priorities CSM John JohnsonCOL Sean Bernabe MG Leopoldo Quintas 3rd ID Commanding General Task Force Marne CSM Daniel Hendrex 3rd ID Command Sergeant Major Get Ready for War Readiness is Job 1 Constant Personnel Readiness Constant Equipment Readiness Conduct Tough and Realistic Training Train for War Train to Deploy Develop Leaders A Premier Installation for our Army Enable Readiness A No-Notice Power Projection Platform Take Care of Soldiers and Families Continue to Strengthen Community Relations Soldier – Citizens Tell the 3ID and Army Story
  9. 9. UNCLASSIFIED 9 of 17 August 2017 FSGA/HAAF Readiness is Job 1 “Get Ready for War” Readiness is Job 1 Constant Personnel Readiness Constant Equipment Readiness Conduct Tough and Realistic Training Ranges  104 live fire facilities; 23 small arms ranges, 7 gunnery ranges, 52 indirect firing points, 3 shoothouses, 7 UOSs, 11 special use facilities. Current Efforts  3ID Division HQs Deployed to Afghanistan  Aprox. 200 Soldiers in support of Operation Freedom Sentinel  1 ABCT preparing for a fall National Training Center Rotation in California  2 ABCT transforming from an Infantry to an Armor Brigade Combat Team  Aviation and Sustainment Brigade continue their focus on building readiness for any future mission requirements * On average about 4000 Soldiers deployed from the installation over the next year
  10. 10. UNCLASSIFIED 10 of 17 August 2017 FSGA/HAAF Strategic National Asset A Premier Installation for our Army “Get Ready for War” A Premier Installation for our Army Enable Readiness A No-Notice Power Projection Platform Take Care of Soldiers and Families Port of Savannah Characteristics • 9 Miles from HAAF to Port SAV • 7 Berths. Can Load 3 Vessels Simultaneously • 3 Miles of Dockside Rail Track • Offload 125 Railcars Daily = 3 BNs • 208 Acres of Staging Area = 1600 Pieces of Military Equipment HAAF Rail Head • 3 Rail Spurs (RS): • 2 RS - Holds (8) 89ft. Rail Cars per RS • 1 RS - Holds (4) 89ft. Rail Cars • 15 rail cars can be stored on track • Max Upload/Download Capability Per Day: • 35 – 40 Rail Cars (approx 1 BN / Day) • Current estimate to repair/restore all HAAF railway is 750K (+) Hunter Army Airfield: Airfield Specifications • 11,375 ft of main runway • Post Hurricane Priority: Open First 6,500 ft @ Daylight + 12 hrs • Truscott Terminal: 67K sq ft Avn Strategic PAX/Cargo Deployment Center • Saber Hall: 32K sq ft Self Contained Facility for Directed Contingencies • 350 Acres of Staging Area Aircraft Parking Maximum on Ground (MOG) • 56 x C5/C17 • 23 x C5/C17 with Augmentation without displacing rotary assets. • Capable of towing FW/RW aircraft up to C-130 size w/ required oversize assets above C-130. Working Maximum on Ground • 2 x Aircraft in 24 Hrs w/o Augmentation. Duration = 48 hrs. • 8 x Aircraft w/ Augmentation. Duration = Sustained. Fuel Capacity and Capability (Current / FY15) • 2.5 Million Gallons / 2.2 Million Gallons (JET A) • 30 to 45 Days Continuous Operations Pallet Storage Capability • 500 Pallet Storage Capability • 160 Pallets OH • FORSCOM Can Backfill Deficit if Mission Requires • SOCOM Maintains & Stores Own Pallets 5 Power Projection Capabilities Current Efforts  Hangar Improvements at Hunter Army Airfield  Expanding 2ABCT facility to support the arrival of new heavy armored equipment  Building new Infantry Squad Battle Course to prepare Soldiers/units for their mission  Upgrade and maintenance of our airfields  Continuous improvements to infrastructure to better support deployments
  11. 11. UNCLASSIFIED 11 of 17 August 2017 FSGA/HAAF A Premier Installation for our Army “Get Ready for War” A Premier Installation for our Army Enable Readiness A No-Notice Power Projection Platform Take Care of Soldiers and Families won the 2004, 2005, 2006 , 2009, 2012, and 2015 and the . Community Redevelopment: • Balfour Beatty – RCI partner • 9 year – $354M Investment • 1,665 New Homes • 1,729 Renovated Homes • 955 Demolitions • 3,629 Total Home Inventory • Secondary Development Period (2014- 2052) Education for Soldiers and Families: Site Army Family Members Totals Ft. Stewart 19,316 27,042 46,358 HAAF 6,107 8,550 14,657 Ft. Gordon 15,495 21,693 37,188 Florida 24,912 34,877 59,789 Puerto Rico 12,117 16,964 29,081 HUB TOTALS 77,947 109,126 187,073
  12. 12. UNCLASSIFIED 12 of 17 August 2017 FSGA/HAAF 97 118 162 160 184 162 147 150 125 125 119 118 121 0 50 100 150 200 FY05 FY06 FY07 FY08 FY09 FY10 FY11 FY12 FY13 FY14 FY15 FY16 FY17 BASOPS funding in $ Millions 0 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 1400 1600 FY11 FY12 FY13 FY14 FY15 FY16 FY17 FY19 Authorizations OnBoard • 21% (197) Authorization Reduction FY15-FY19 • Reduced On Board Strength by 709 since FY11 • Current OBS = 760 FY19 Auth = 732 Maintaining a Premier Installation Contracts 20.0% Utilities 14.0% Civilian Pay 51.0% Environmental 7.0% Major Spending Categories MANPOWER FUNDING
  13. 13. UNCLASSIFIED 13 of 17 August 2017 FSGA/HAAF Continue to Strengthen Community Relations “Get Ready for War” Continue to Strengthen Community Relations Soldier – Citizens Tell the 3ID and Army Story • Marne Week 13-17 NOV 17 (100th Anniversary) • Newly Renovated Museum Opening • Ceremonies throughout the week • Stewart Guardian Emergency Response Exercise • September 2017 • Short Gate Closures, Traffic delays, lots of EMS vehicle movements • Recreation Facilities open to the Public • Taylor’s Creek and Hunter Golf Courses • Bowling facilities • Trap and Skeet & Pistol shooting Ranges • Paintball Range • Hunting and Fishing
  14. 14. UNCLASSIFIED 14 of 17 August 2017 FSGA/HAAF Fort Stewart Population Estimates Hunter Army Airfield Population Estimates FSGA/HAAF Future Look (People) Future Personnel  No significant planned change through 2022 with current Army planning (*always subject to change)  Estimated 51,234 total
  15. 15. UNCLASSIFIED 15 of 17 August 2017 FSGA/HAAF Stewart/Hunter Future MILCON by FY ($000) $102,300 $140,900 $443,900 $173,270 $177,400 $74,000 $56,900 $60,181 $8,100 $0 $15,000 $0 $0 $20,100 $0 $94,300 $37,000 $0 $50,000 $100,000 $150,000 $200,000 $250,000 $300,000 $350,000 $400,000 $450,000 $500,000 Funded Future MILCON Projects FY17 – Qualification Training Range FY20 – Ranger MWD Kennel (HAAF) FY20 – Ranger Marksmanship Facility (HAAF) FY22 – NCO Academy FY22 – 3 CAB Hangar (HAAF) FY22 – SOF Parachute Rigging Facility (HAAF) FY22 – SOF THOR3 Facility (HAAF) FY23 – 224 MI Hangar (HAAF)
  16. 16. Jim Bitting/PAIO/(912) 767-3996/james.d.bitting2.civ@mail.mil UNCLASSIFIED 16 of 71 811100RMAY2017 Current and Future Garrison Priorities of Effort • Supporting the current deployment of 3ID HQs, and future deployments • HAAF Hangar Repairs • 2IBCT to 2ABCT Conversion • Continuous improvement of FSGA/HAAF’s Mobilization capability in 2018
  17. 17. UNCLASSIFIED 17 of 17 August 2017 FSGA/HAAF Questions? 912.767.8606
  18. 18. UNCLASSIFIED 18 of 17 August 2017 FSGA/HAAF Integration of Services Garrison Division Corps (SR Cdr) USN USAF USCG MEDDAC DeCA NEC MICC AAFESDENTAC LRC Local Community Non Profits DoDEA DFMWR DPTMS

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