Department of Defense

FOUO Pork Products Defense Commissary Data Sheet OCONUS

DESCRIPTION:

A. Pork products will be produced using the USDA’s Institutional Meat Purchase Specifications (IMPS) for Pork Items and The North American Meat Processors Association, Meat Buyers Guide.

1. All pork cuts shall originate from barrow and gilt carcasses graded US No. 1 or equivalent. Fresh primal and sub primal cuts shall meet the requirements of IMPS series 400 or the Meat Buyers Guide. Cured, smoked and fully cooked pork items shall meet the requirements of IMPS series 500.

2. Unless otherwise specified, all items will be processed 2 days from harvesting and will be packaged in accordance with the contract requirements. All tray ready items will have soaker pads properly added to eliminate normal purge. Product must also meet the following requirements:

a. Fresh vacuumed packed primals and sub primals must be delivered within 10 days from date of pack to the point of embarkation. Product must be sourced loaded and staged at the Port of Embarkation within 3 days prior to the scheduled sail date. Temperature monitoring devices must be placed inside the containers to help record proper temperatures during transport.

FOUO Pork Products Defense Commissary Data Sheet CONUS

DESCRIPTION:

A. Pork products will be produced using the USDA’s Institutional Meat Purchase Specifications (IMPS) for Pork Items and The North American Meat Processors Association, Meat Buyers Guide.

1. All pork cuts shall originate from barrow and gilt carcasses graded US No. 1 or equivalent. Fresh primal and sub primal cuts shall meet the requirements of IMPS series 400 or the Meat Buyers Guide. Cured, smoked and fully cooked pork items shall meet the requirements of IMPS series 500.

2. Unless otherwise specified, all items will be processed 2 days from harvesting and will be packaged in accordance with the contract requirements. All tray ready items will have soaker-pads properly added to eliminate normal purge. Product must also meet the following requirements:

a. Fresh vacuumed wrapped primals and sub primals must be delivered within 10 days from date of pack for both CONUS, except for Hawaii and Alaska; these locations must be delivered within 14 days from date of pack.

U.S. Integrated Civilian – Military Campaign Plan for Support to Afghanistan

The Integrated Civ-Mil Campaign Plan for Afghanistan provides guidance from the U.S. Chief of Mission and the Commander of U.S. Forces-Afghanistan to U.S. personnel in Afghanistan. The Plan represents the collaborative effort of all the USG Departments and Agencies operating in Afghanistan and the range of different equities, resources, and approaches. The Plan is based on close collaboration with the International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) as well as the United Nations Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA) and partner nations to build effective civilian and military mechanisms for integrated assistance.

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Defense Critical Infrastructure Program (DCIP)

DCIP

• Defense Infrastructure Sector

A virtual association within the DCIP that traverses normal organizational boundaries, encompasses defense networks, assets, and associated dependencies that perform similar functions within DoD, and are essential to the execution of the National Defense Strategy.

• PW Defense Infrastructure Sector

The DoD, government, and private sector worldwide network, including the real property inventories (environment, land, buildings and utilities) that manages the support, generation, production and transport of commodities (e.g., electric power, oil and natural gas, water and sewer, emergency services, etc.) for and to DoD users.

(U) Iraq: Fallujah Insurgency and the 505th and 506th Iraqi National Guard Battalions

(U) Purpose:

* (U) To discuss the current status and capabilities of the 505th and 506th ING BNs.
* (U) To discover how the Fallujah Insurgency threatened and „beheaded‟ the leadership of these two BNs causing mass desertions from the two units.
* (U) To inform deploying units on AIFs methods of influencing the allegiance of Iraqi Security Forces (ISFs) personnel.

Iraq & Afghanistan Provincial Reconstruction Teams Playbook

Provincial reconstruction teams (PRTs) were established as a result of the need to develop the infrastructure necessary for the Afghan and Iraqi people to succeed in a post-conflict environment. The efforts of PRTs take place every day during a time when major conflict is commonplace in both countries. PRTs have become an integral part of the long-term strategy to transition the lines of security, governance, and economics to the indigenous people. Integrated appropriately, PRTs serve as combat multipliers for maneuver commanders engaged in governance and economics, as well as other critical lines of operation. In addition, PRTs serve as force multipliers for U.S. Government (USG) development agencies engaged across the stability and reconstruction sectors.

Afghanistan Northern Distribution Network: “The New Silk Road”

The New Silk Road: The Challenge
• Mission:
– Support the imminent doubling of US Forces (primarily in the south and west) and the upgrade of Operating Bases throughout the country, without impacting on‐going sustainment operations or force‐rotations in the north and east regions.
• Enemy:
– Security and Risk of theft along the existing route
– Fragile and fractured political climate within Pakistan
• Terrain:
– Limited ground routes through Pakistan
– Bureaucratic processes at the AFG‐PAK Border vic Peshawar
– Limited maturity of physical Infrastructure,
– Constrained air network in Afghanistan, particularly the south

Operation Enduring Freedom Handbook: The First Hundred Days

The first 100 days of any deployment are the most dangerous. It is the time when you know the least about your environment, the time when most of the team really comes together. The enemy knows the first 100 days are when units are the most vulnerable. This handbook is written for Soldiers and leaders. It is intended to help you accomplish your mission and stay alive during the most dangerous and uncertain period. The information presented in this handbook was collected from combat experienced Soldiers, company leaders, and battalion leaders, and it will help you develop your leadership and training skills before deployment and during the first 100 days after deployment.

FM 3-09.34 Kill Box Tactics and Multiservice Procedures

This publication presents a doctrinal framework for kill box employment procedures across Service and/or functional components within a joint environment. A kill box is defined in Joint Publication (JP) 1-02, Department of Defense Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms, as: “A three-dimensional area reference that enables timely, effective coordination and control and facilitates rapid attacks.” Although a definition exists, there is no formal kill box doctrine or tactics, techniques, and procedures.

U.S. Fleet Forces Naval Oceanography Overview

Warfighter Support

•Fleet Operations
–Direct support to CSG and ARG commanders, and Joint and contingency operations worldwide

•Maritime Operations
–Routine ship weather forecasts
–Joint Typhoon Warning Center

•Aviation Operations
–Flight Route Weather Briefings via internet-based Flight Weather Briefer

•Navigation/ISR
–Multi-purpose Survey Ships
–Fleet Survey Team

Unexploded Ordinance Standoff Disruptor MK 40 MOD 0 (UXO SD)

The Purpose of this ULSS is to provide guidance relative to the procurement of (73) Unexploded Ordnance Standoff Disrupter MK 40 Mod 0 (UXO SD). The Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) forces are increasingly challenged due to the alarming proliferation of arms and ammunition throughout the world and the trend toward greater weapon sophistication. The objectives of the program are to: increase readiness, availability, maintainability, dependability; decrease life cycle cost; and to incorporate new technology enhancements.

U.S. Army RDECOM Environmental Acquisition and Logistics Sustainment Program

ESO Resource Management

* New Statement of Work for FY10 MIPRs
* FY10 funds are provided for program management, to include serving as the central point of contact to coordinate all environmental acquisition and logistics sustainment issues for [your command], participating on the EQT P2TT, coordinating bi-annual AERTA reviews, participating in technology project development and technology management plan reviews, providing direct support and coordination with supported PEOs/PMs, serving on environmental management teams and participating in programmatic and management review meetings as required by the Director, ESO and the Director, EALSP.
* FY10 funding levels similar to FY09
* CRA funding (~15%) has been distributed
* This is all we could get at RDECOM
* FY09 funding status

Team Submarine Technology Insertion Hardware Full and Open Competition

• TI Hardware is a new competitive procurement
– It is notan extension of the legacy AN/UYQ-70 program
• TI Hardware will provide the latest generation of display, processor and network units to Team Submarine systems
– Host for the TI-12 and TI-14 Technology Insertions
• Anticipated components include
– Computer processing and memory
– Data storage and extraction
– Input/Output (I/O) interfaces to support the processing system designed around commercially available hardware and software
• Procurements may include
– Upgrade kits, enclosures and / or full up systems for Seawolf, SSGN, 688/688i, VIRGINIA Class, COLLINS Class and future submarine systems/platforms