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Published on December 29, 2008

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This presentation is an example of reported worked briefed to Military and Civilian leadership after fact finding and analysis. These results were incorporated into other high level briefings that helped determine the type and method of Program Management that is being used to upgrade, replace and enhance DoD warfighting capabilities.

MPF(F) ALTERNATIVE SHIP DESIGN LOAD PLAN STUDY 12 November 2004 -Executive Summary-

Contract No. N00024-04-F-B038 Sub-Task: 2 Technical, Analyses and Liaison Support Services ISO MPF(F) MPF(F) Alternative Ship Design Load Plan Analysis Prepared For: Marine Corps Combat Development Command Naval Capabilities Development Branch Future Warfighting Division Expeditionary Force Development Center Quantico,Virginia 22134-0000 & Department of the Navy Naval Sea Systems Command PEO Ships(M) 1333 Isaac Hull Ave., S.E. Washington Navy Yard, D.C. 20376-4801 12 November 2004 Prepared By: John J. McMullen Associates, Inc. Expeditionary Warfare Team (Lead)

TASK Load the 2015 MEB and supporting Navy forces utilizing NAVSEA 05D proposed Maritime Prepositioned Ships (Future) designs to determine the effects on fit, form and function of the Maritime Prepositioned Force (Future).

Load the 2015 MEB and supporting Navy forces utilizing NAVSEA 05D proposed Maritime Prepositioned Ships (Future) designs to determine the effects on fit, form and function of the Maritime Prepositioned Force (Future).

ASSUMPTIONS 2015 MEB with Supporting Navy Forces include equipment and personnel that accurately reflects the desired Warfighting capabilities Container count of 2888 detailed in the Analysis of Alternatives (AoA) is correct Ships and Ship-Mix options are viable designs Shipboard systems support selective off-load and delivery of vehicles and cargo to required spaces, supporting the At-Sea Arrival & Assembly and Employment of the force ICODES deck diagrams are accurate (i.e., ramps, bulkheads, stanchions, heights, deck strengths and hatches)

2015 MEB with Supporting Navy Forces include equipment and personnel that accurately reflects the desired Warfighting capabilities

Container count of 2888 detailed in the Analysis of Alternatives (AoA) is correct

Ships and Ship-Mix options are viable designs

Shipboard systems support selective off-load and delivery of vehicles and cargo to required spaces, supporting the At-Sea Arrival & Assembly and Employment of the force

ICODES deck diagrams are accurate (i.e., ramps, bulkheads, stanchions, heights, deck strengths and hatches)

DESIGNS STUDIED FOR THIS ANALYSIS STUDY I = 5.1.3 Distributed Capabilities Ship. STUDY II = 5.1.3A Distributed Capabilities Ship. STUDY III = 5.1.3A -Reduced Buy Options. STUDY IV = 5.1.3B Distributed Capabilities Ship. STUDY V = 5.2.1-&A/5.2.6-&A Family of Ships. STUDY VI = LHA(R) Flt 0 “Lite” Family of Ships. STUDY VII = 5.2.1B/5.2.6B Family of Ships. STUDY VIII = LHD “Lite” Family of Ships.

STUDY I = 5.1.3 Distributed Capabilities Ship.

STUDY II = 5.1.3A Distributed Capabilities Ship.

STUDY III = 5.1.3A -Reduced Buy Options.

STUDY IV = 5.1.3B Distributed Capabilities Ship.

STUDY V = 5.2.1-&A/5.2.6-&A Family of Ships.

STUDY VI = LHA(R) Flt 0 “Lite” Family of Ships.

STUDY VII = 5.2.1B/5.2.6B Family of Ships.

STUDY VIII = LHD “Lite” Family of Ships.

MPF(F) FORCE LIST

MPF(F) 2015 MEB Reinforced Infantry Regiment Brigade Service Support Group Command Element DS Co ACE (FW) 3 Inf Bn 2 AA Co 3 JSF Sqdn 1 HMLA Sqdn 1 EA Sqdn 1 KC-130 Sqdn DS Co ACE (RW) 3 Inf Bn DS Co Mech Unit DS Co Arty Unit DS Co GS Bn 3 Arty Btry 1 EFSS Btry 1 HIMARS Btry (14,484 Marines) (769) (5,585) (5,660) (2,470) 4 VMM Sqdn 2 LAR Co 1.25 CH-53 Sqdn 2 Tank Co 2 Cbt Engr Co Composite Marine Aircraft Group (484,328 Sqft)

DS Co ACE (RW)

3 Inf Bn DS Co

Mech Unit DS Co

Arty Unit DS Co

GS Bn

TOTAL MPF(F) EDL & PERSONNEL SQFT (Vehicles) PAX (USMC/Navy) CUFT (Containers)

MPF(F) AIRCRAFT MIX Embarked on MPF(F) MPF(F) MEB ACE Sea Air Rescue (SAR) MV-22 48 CH-53 20 UH-1 9 AH-1 18 UAV 8 KC-130 5 EA-6B 12 F-35B 30 SH-60 10 + = 113 103 Embarked on other Platforms or Shore based

MPF(F) ECHELONS (484,328 SqFt/14,484 Pers) General Offload Sustained Operations Ashore Echelon (SOAE) 12,572 Forward Base Echelon (FBE) 3,234 Sea Based Support Element (SBSE) 6,747 Selective Offload Sea Based Maneuver Element (SBME) 12,863 Sea Based Echelon (SBE) 19,610 MEB FIE 35,416 SQFT* General Offload Sustained Operations Ashore Echelon (SOAE) 143,077 Forward Base Echelon (FBE) 48,482 Sea Based Support Element (SBSE) 36,589 Selective Offload Sea Based Maneuver Element (SBME) 220,764 Sea Based Echelon (SBE) 257,353 All MEB Equipment Prepositioned afloat MEB PO 448,912 SQFT*

 

LOAD PLAN ANALYSIS SUMMARY It takes ~1 mil net sqft of RO/RO space to properly stow the MPF(F) rolling stock regardless of ship design Option 1 (Distributed Capabilities) and Options 2 & 5 (Family of Ships) are the only mixes that support the 8-10 hour timeline for offload of the MPF(F). All proposed ship designs hold ~25% to 50% of container requirement. From an Embarkation perspective, the Distributed Capabilities ships are more flexible for Assignment to Shipping and allows more force loading options

It takes ~1 mil net sqft of RO/RO space to properly stow the MPF(F) rolling stock regardless of ship design

Option 1 (Distributed Capabilities) and Options 2 & 5 (Family of Ships) are the only mixes that support the 8-10 hour timeline for offload of the MPF(F).

All proposed ship designs hold ~25% to 50% of container requirement.

From an Embarkation perspective, the Distributed Capabilities ships are more flexible for Assignment to Shipping and allows more force loading options

Option 1: DISTRIBUTED CAPABILITIES (MILITARIZED) Eleven 5.1.3M (R/W & T/R Only) and One Utility/Cargo Ship *Abandoned due to EXCOMM decision to build to commercial standards vise military Dimensions LOA 249.7 m LBP 240.8 m Beam, WL 35.1 m Beam, Extreme 42.7 m Draft 10.1 m Depth 26.5 m Lightship W DB Margin 37,067 mt Loads 15,348 mt Displacement w DB Margin 52,415 mt Power 58.2 MW Capabilities Full Desired Capability (less FW) in militarized hull (Full Navy Design Standards) Three Compartment Damage Stability Nine vertical cargo/vehicle elevators 2 LCAC, No HL-LCAC or 3 PACSCAT 1 SSCI-ILP No aircraft elevators X

Capabilities

Full Desired Capability (less FW) in militarized hull (Full Navy Design Standards)

Three Compartment Damage Stability

Nine vertical cargo/vehicle elevators

2 LCAC, No HL-LCAC or 3 PACSCAT

1 SSCI-ILP

No aircraft elevators

OPTION 1: DISTRIBUTED CAPABILITIES (COMMERCIAL STANDARDS) Eight 5.1.3 (R/W & T/R Only) and One Utility/Cargo Ship Dimensions LBP 240.8 m Beam, WL 35.1 m Beam, Extreme 42.7 m Draft 9.6 m Depth 26.5 m Lightship W DB Margin 37,982 mt Loads 15,348 mt Displacement w DB Margin 53,327 mt Power 58.2 MW Capabilities Full Desired Capability (less FW) 1/8 MEB personnel & ACE 1/8 T/E spread load Two Compartment Damage Stability 2 LCAC (No LCAC(X)) or 3 PACSCAT 1 SSCI-ILP No Aircraft Elevator

Capabilities

Full Desired Capability (less FW)

1/8 MEB personnel & ACE

1/8 T/E spread load

Two Compartment Damage Stability

2 LCAC (No LCAC(X)) or 3 PACSCAT

1 SSCI-ILP

No Aircraft Elevator

5.1.3 LOADING RESULTS Notes: “ Container Ship” is a ship specifically designed for TEU container hauling only. RO/RO is LMSR equivalent. MEB Sea Base Echelon (SBE) = 8,427 plus estimated NSE tailored to number of ships/LCACs as appropriate. T/E includes vehicles and unit equipment that will occupy vehicle spaces. The 2015 Baseline MEB Sea Based ACE includes: 4 VMM (48 MV-22), 1 HMH (rein) (20 CH-53X), 1 HMLA (18 AH-1Z, 9 UH-1Y), 1 VMU (8 UAV), plus 10 Navy SH-60 SAR Acft (or 1+ per ship). The Fixed wing portion of the ACE is comprised of 3 VMFA (30 JSF), 1 VMGR (12 KC-130), and 1 VMAQ (5 EA-18). The fixed wing aircraft will be sea-based aboard other platforms or shore-based. Sea Based ACE 4 10 SH-60 8 UAV 9 UH-1Y 18 AH-1Z MV-22 CH-53X T/E 3 T/O 2 1/0 Utility/Cargo Ships (Cont/ RORO) 1 100% MPF(F) Fit 48 20 100% 8 Distrib Ship

Notes:

“ Container Ship” is a ship specifically designed for TEU container hauling only. RO/RO is LMSR equivalent.

MEB Sea Base Echelon (SBE) = 8,427 plus estimated NSE tailored to number of ships/LCACs as appropriate.

T/E includes vehicles and unit equipment that will occupy vehicle spaces.

The 2015 Baseline MEB Sea Based ACE includes: 4 VMM (48 MV-22), 1 HMH (rein) (20 CH-53X), 1 HMLA (18 AH-1Z, 9 UH-1Y), 1 VMU (8 UAV), plus 10 Navy SH-60 SAR Acft (or 1+ per ship). The Fixed wing portion of the ACE is comprised of 3 VMFA (30 JSF), 1 VMGR (12 KC-130), and 1 VMAQ (5 EA-18). The fixed wing aircraft will be sea-based aboard other platforms or shore-based.

5.1.3 STOM RESULTS Note: 2015 MEB ACE = 4 VMM (48 V-22), 1 HMH (20 53X), 1 HMLA (18 AH, 9 UH), 3 VMFA (30 JSF), 1 VMGR (12 KC130), 1 VMAQ (5 EA-18) Note: MEB’s fixed wing aircraft will be either shore based or ship based as required. MEB SBE = 8,427 (NSE not included) w/ ESG assets SAR MEBAir T/E T/O 1/0 Utility/Cargo Ships (Cont/ RORO) 100% 2015 Baseline MEB Fit Project 2 BLTs Ashore In One 8-Hour Period of Darkness Assault Support Acft Avail For Assault * 1 Surf BLT 1 Vert BLT 15.0 4.6 3 48 MV-22 20 CH-53X 100% 100% 100% 8 Obj = 8 hours Thresh = 10 hours Sea Based BLTs Distrib Ships 10.8 3.6

Note: 2015 MEB ACE = 4 VMM (48 V-22), 1 HMH (20 53X), 1 HMLA (18 AH, 9 UH), 3 VMFA (30 JSF), 1 VMGR (12 KC130), 1 VMAQ (5 EA-18)

Note: MEB’s fixed wing aircraft will be either shore based or ship based as required.

MEB SBE = 8,427 (NSE not included)

5.1.3 RECAP Given the assumptions, methodology, guidance and criteria, eight 5.1.3 ships and one utility/cargo ship would support the embarkation, deployment, arrival & assembly, but not the employment of the MPF(F) EDL and personnel by surface even when combined with ESG assets. Delta of 1576 TEU’s requiring storage on the utility/cargo ship 5.1.3 was abandoned by NAVSEA. Aft material handling area was found to be ineffective during skin to skin replenishment simulations. Moving cargo handling to amidships forces the hangar out of the deck house and into the hull below the flight deck. No Aircraft Elevator made a below hangar deck unworkable.

Given the assumptions, methodology, guidance and criteria, eight 5.1.3 ships and one utility/cargo ship would support the embarkation, deployment, arrival & assembly, but not the employment of the MPF(F) EDL and personnel by surface even when combined with ESG assets.

Delta of 1576 TEU’s requiring storage on the utility/cargo ship

5.1.3 was abandoned by NAVSEA.

Aft material handling area was found to be ineffective during skin to skin replenishment simulations.

Moving cargo handling to amidships forces the hangar out of the deck house and into the hull below the flight deck.

No Aircraft Elevator made a below hangar deck unworkable.

OPTION 1A: DISTRIBUTED CAPABILITIES Nine 5.1.3A (R/W & T/R Only) and One Utility/Cargo Ship Dimensions LOA 254.9 m LBP 242.1 m Beam, WL 34.1 m Beam, Extreme 42.7 m Draft 11.2 m Depth 26.5 m Lightship W DB Margin 36,715 mt Loads 23,879 mt Displacement w DB Margin 64,266 mt Power 58.2 MW Capabilities Full Desired Capability (less FW) 1/9 MEB personnel & ACE 1/9 T/E spread load Two Compartment Damage Stability 2 LCAC (No LCAC(X)) or 3 PACSCAT 1 SSCI-ILP One Aircraft Elevator

Capabilities

Full Desired Capability (less FW)

1/9 MEB personnel & ACE

1/9 T/E spread load

Two Compartment Damage Stability

2 LCAC (No LCAC(X)) or 3 PACSCAT

1 SSCI-ILP

One Aircraft Elevator

5.1.3A LOADING RESULTS Notes: “ Container Ship” is a ship specifically designed for TEU container hauling only. RO/RO is LMSR equivalent. MEB Sea Base Echelon (SBE) = 8,427 plus estimated NSE tailored to number of ships/LCACs as appropriate. T/E includes vehicles and unit equipment that will occupy vehicle spaces. The 2015 Baseline MEB Sea Based ACE includes: 4 VMM (48 MV-22), 1 HMH (rein) (20 CH-53X), 1 HMLA (18 AH-1Z, 9 UH-1Y), 1 VMU (8 UAV), plus 10 Navy SH-60 SAR Acft (or 1+ per ship). The Fixed wing portion of the ACE is comprised of 3 VMFA (30 JSF), 1 VMGR (12 KC-130), and 1 VMAQ (5 EA-18). The fixed wing aircraft will be sea-based aboard other platforms or shore-based. Sea Based ACE 4 10 SH-60 8 UAV 9 UH-1Y 18 AH-1Z MV-22 CH-53X T/E 3 T/O 2 1/0 Utility/Cargo Ships (Cont/ RORO) 1 100% MPF(F) Fit 48 20 100% 9 Distrib Ships

Notes:

“ Container Ship” is a ship specifically designed for TEU container hauling only. RO/RO is LMSR equivalent.

MEB Sea Base Echelon (SBE) = 8,427 plus estimated NSE tailored to number of ships/LCACs as appropriate.

T/E includes vehicles and unit equipment that will occupy vehicle spaces.

The 2015 Baseline MEB Sea Based ACE includes: 4 VMM (48 MV-22), 1 HMH (rein) (20 CH-53X), 1 HMLA (18 AH-1Z, 9 UH-1Y), 1 VMU (8 UAV), plus 10 Navy SH-60 SAR Acft (or 1+ per ship). The Fixed wing portion of the ACE is comprised of 3 VMFA (30 JSF), 1 VMGR (12 KC-130), and 1 VMAQ (5 EA-18). The fixed wing aircraft will be sea-based aboard other platforms or shore-based.

5.1.3A STOM RESULTS Note: 2015 MEB ACE = 4 VMM (48 V-22), 1 HMH (20 53X), 1 HMLA (18 AH, 9 UH), 3 VMFA (30 JSF), 1 VMGR (12 KC130), 1 VMAQ (5 EA-18) Note: MEB’s fixed wing aircraft will be either shore based or ship based as required. MEB SBE = 8,427 (NSE not included) w/ ESG assets SAR MEB Air T/E T/O 1/0 Utility Ships (Cont/ RORO) 100% 2015 Baseline MEB Fit Project 2 BLTs Ashore In One 8-Hour Period of Darkness Assault Support Acft Avail For Assault * 1 Surf BLT 1 Vert BLT 16.2 4.9 3 48 MV-22 20 CH-53X 100% 100% 100% 9 Obj = 8 hours Thresh = 10 hours Sea Based BLTs Distrib Ships 12.7 3.7

Note: 2015 MEB ACE = 4 VMM (48 V-22), 1 HMH (20 53X), 1 HMLA (18 AH, 9 UH), 3 VMFA (30 JSF), 1 VMGR (12 KC130), 1 VMAQ (5 EA-18)

Note: MEB’s fixed wing aircraft will be either shore based or ship based as required.

MEB SBE = 8,427 (NSE not included)

5.1.3A REDUCED MPSRON ANALYSIS Notes: “ Container Ship” is a ship specifically designed for TEU container hauling only. RO/RO is LMSR equivalent. MEB Sea Base Echelon (SBE) = 8,427 plus estimated NSE tailored to number of ships/LCACs as appropriate. T/E includes vehicles and unit equipment that will occupy vehicle spaces. The 2015 Baseline MEB Sea Based ACE includes: 4 VMM (48 MV-22), 1 HMH (rein) (20 CH-53X), 1 HMLA (18 AH-1Z, 9 UH-1Y), 1 VMU (8 UAV), plus 10 Navy SH-60 SAR Acft (or 1+ per ship). The Fixed wing portion of the ACE is comprised of 3 VMFA (30 JSF), 1 VMGR (12 KC-130), and 1 VMAQ (5 EA-18). The fixed wing aircraft will be sea-based aboard other platforms or shore-based. Sea Based ACE 4 6 7 8 10 SH-60 2 2 2 8 UAV 0 2 3 9 UH-1Y 0 5 14 18 AH-1Z MV-22 CH-53X RO/RO T/E 3 T/O 2 1/1 1/1 1/0 1/0 Utility Ships (Cont/ RORO) 1 69% 74% 89% 100% MPF(F) Fit –Reduced Buy 35 17 75% 6 42 20 94% 7 48 20 95% 8 48 20 100% 9 Distrib Ships

Notes:

“ Container Ship” is a ship specifically designed for TEU container hauling only. RO/RO is LMSR equivalent.

MEB Sea Base Echelon (SBE) = 8,427 plus estimated NSE tailored to number of ships/LCACs as appropriate.

T/E includes vehicles and unit equipment that will occupy vehicle spaces.

The 2015 Baseline MEB Sea Based ACE includes: 4 VMM (48 MV-22), 1 HMH (rein) (20 CH-53X), 1 HMLA (18 AH-1Z, 9 UH-1Y), 1 VMU (8 UAV), plus 10 Navy SH-60 SAR Acft (or 1+ per ship). The Fixed wing portion of the ACE is comprised of 3 VMFA (30 JSF), 1 VMGR (12 KC-130), and 1 VMAQ (5 EA-18). The fixed wing aircraft will be sea-based aboard other platforms or shore-based.

5.1.3A RECAP Given the assumptions, methodology, guidance and criteria, nine 5.1.3A ships and one utility/cargo ship would support the embarkation, deployment, arrival & assembly, but not the employment of the MPF(F) EDL and personnel by surface even when combined with ESG assets Delta for 1628 TEU’s requiring storage on the utility/cargo ship Reduced Buy analysis allows most of the T/E to be prepositioned but not the personnel or aircraft. 5.1.3A was abandoned by NAVSEA. “ Righting” weights were found to be inefficient for life-cycle margins.

Given the assumptions, methodology, guidance and criteria, nine 5.1.3A ships and one utility/cargo ship would support the embarkation, deployment, arrival & assembly, but not the employment of the MPF(F) EDL and personnel by surface even when combined with ESG assets

Delta for 1628 TEU’s requiring storage on the utility/cargo ship

Reduced Buy analysis allows most of the T/E to be prepositioned but not the personnel or aircraft.

5.1.3A was abandoned by NAVSEA.

“ Righting” weights were found to be inefficient for life-cycle margins.

Option 1B: DISTRIBUTED CAPABILITIES Nine 5.1.3B (R/W & T/W Only) and One Utility/Cargo Ship Dimensions LOA 249.7 m LBP 254.7 m Beam, WL 37.2 m Beam, Extreme 42.7 m Draft 9.3 m Depth 26.5 m Lightship W DB Margin 39,154 mt Loads 16,420 mt Displacement w DB Margin 55,554 mt Power 58.2 MW Capabilities Full Desired Capability (less FW) 1/9 MEB personnel & ACE 1/9 T/E spread load Two Compartment Damage Stability 2 LCAC (No LCAC(X)) or 3 PACSCAT 1 SSCI-ILP One Aircraft Elevator

Capabilities

Full Desired Capability (less FW)

1/9 MEB personnel & ACE

1/9 T/E spread load

Two Compartment Damage Stability

2 LCAC (No LCAC(X)) or 3 PACSCAT

1 SSCI-ILP

One Aircraft Elevator

5.1.3B LOADING RESULTS Notes: “ Container Ship” is a ship specifically designed for TEU container hauling only. RO/RO is LMSR equivalent. MEB Sea Base Echelon (SBE) = 8,427 plus estimated NSE tailored to number of ships/LCACs as appropriate. T/E includes vehicles and unit equipment that will occupy vehicle spaces. The 2015 Baseline MEB Sea Based ACE includes: 4 VMM (48 MV-22), 1 HMH (rein) (20 CH-53X), 1 HMLA (18 AH-1Z, 9 UH-1Y), 1 VMU (8 UAV), plus 10 Navy SH-60 SAR Acft (or 1+ per ship). The Fixed wing portion of the ACE is comprised of 3 VMFA (30 JSF), 1 VMGR (12 KC-130), and 1 VMAQ (5 EA-18). The fixed wing aircraft will be sea-based aboard other platforms or shore-based. Sea Based ACE 4 10 SH-60 8 UAV 9 UH-1Y 18 AH-1Z MV-22 CH-53X T/E 3 T/O 2 1/0 Utility/Cargo Ships (Cont/ RORO) 1 100% MPF(F) Fit 48 20 100% 9 Distrib Ships

Notes:

“ Container Ship” is a ship specifically designed for TEU container hauling only. RO/RO is LMSR equivalent.

MEB Sea Base Echelon (SBE) = 8,427 plus estimated NSE tailored to number of ships/LCACs as appropriate.

T/E includes vehicles and unit equipment that will occupy vehicle spaces.

The 2015 Baseline MEB Sea Based ACE includes: 4 VMM (48 MV-22), 1 HMH (rein) (20 CH-53X), 1 HMLA (18 AH-1Z, 9 UH-1Y), 1 VMU (8 UAV), plus 10 Navy SH-60 SAR Acft (or 1+ per ship). The Fixed wing portion of the ACE is comprised of 3 VMFA (30 JSF), 1 VMGR (12 KC-130), and 1 VMAQ (5 EA-18). The fixed wing aircraft will be sea-based aboard other platforms or shore-based.

5.1.3B STOM RESULTS Note: 2015 MEB ACE = 4 VMM (48 V-22), 1 HMH (20 53X), 1 HMLA (18 AH, 9 UH), 3 VMFA (30 JSF), 1 VMGR (12 KC130), 1 VMAQ (5 EA-18) Note: MEB’s fixed wing aircraft will be either shore based or ship based as required. MEB SBE = 8,427 (NSE not included) w/ ESG assets SAR MEB Air T/E T/O 1/0 Utility Ships (Cont/ RORO) 100% 2015 Baseline MEB Fit Project 2 BLTs Ashore In One 8-Hour Period of Darkness Assault Support Acft Avail For Assault * 1 Surf BLT 1 Vert BLT 17.2 5.1 3 48 MV-22 20 CH-53X 100% 100% 100% 9 Obj = 8 hours Thresh = 10 hours Sea Based BLTs Distrib Ships 7.7 3.9

Note: 2015 MEB ACE = 4 VMM (48 V-22), 1 HMH (20 53X), 1 HMLA (18 AH, 9 UH), 3 VMFA (30 JSF), 1 VMGR (12 KC130), 1 VMAQ (5 EA-18)

Note: MEB’s fixed wing aircraft will be either shore based or ship based as required.

MEB SBE = 8,427 (NSE not included)

5.1.3B RECAP Given the assumptions, methodology, guidance and criteria, nine 5.1.3B ships and one utility/cargo ship will support the embarkation, deployment, arrival & assembly, and employment of the MPF(F) EDL and personnel by air and surface when combined with ESG assets. Delta of 1576 TEU’s requiring storage on the utility/cargo ship 5.1.3B the only viable NAVSEA design of the Distributed Capabilities option

Given the assumptions, methodology, guidance and criteria, nine 5.1.3B ships and one utility/cargo ship will support the embarkation, deployment, arrival & assembly, and employment of the MPF(F) EDL and personnel by air and surface when combined with ESG assets.

Delta of 1576 TEU’s requiring storage on the utility/cargo ship

5.1.3B the only viable NAVSEA design of the Distributed Capabilities option

OPTION 1 (DISTRIBUTED CAPABILITIES) RECAP X X X Option 1 5.1.3B 5.1.3M 5.1.3 5.1.3A

OPTION 2: FAMILY OF SHIPS Three 5.2.1 Aviation + Six 5.2.6 Log-RO/RO and one Utility/Cargo Ship Dimensions LOA 253.0 m LBP 245.0 m Beam, WL 38.4 m Beam, Extreme 42.1 m Draft 9.3 m Depth 27.4 m Lightship w DB Margin 44,769 mt Loads 12,622 mt Displacement w DB Margin 57,391 mt Power 67.9 MW Capabilities Air Operations portion of Family of Ships Option 1/3 ACE, 1/3 MEB AIR BLT Full aviation maintenance capability Partial RO/RO support (Initial airlift) Two Compartment Damage Stability 3 ships per squadron + 2 logistics ships + 3 RO/RO No ILP, no surface connectors 2 deck edge, 1 internal aircraft elevators Capabilities Log/RoRo portion of Family of Ships option 1/6 Surface BLT Full vehicle maintenance capability Two Compartment Damage Stability 6 ships per squadron + 3 air capable 3 LCAC 1 SSCI-ILP No aircraft elevators Dimensions LOA 286.6 m LBP 279.0 m Beam, WL 34.1 m Beam, Extreme 31.1 m Draft 10.7 m Lightship w DB Margin 41,118 mt Loads 26,059 mt Displacement w DB Margin 67,177 mt Power 58 MW

Capabilities

Air Operations portion of Family of Ships Option

1/3 ACE, 1/3 MEB AIR BLT

Full aviation maintenance capability

Partial RO/RO support (Initial airlift)

Two Compartment Damage Stability

3 ships per squadron + 2 logistics ships + 3 RO/RO

No ILP, no surface connectors

2 deck edge, 1 internal aircraft elevators

Capabilities

Log/RoRo portion of Family of Ships option

1/6 Surface BLT

Full vehicle maintenance capability

Two Compartment Damage Stability

6 ships per squadron + 3 air capable

3 LCAC

1 SSCI-ILP

No aircraft elevators

OPTION 2A: FAMILY OF SHIPS Three 5.2.1A Aviation + Six 5.2.6A Log-RO/RO and one Utility/Cargo Ship Same Ship design with reduced C4I Dimensions LOA 253.0 m LBP 245.0 m Beam, WL 38.4 m Beam, Extreme 42.1 m Draft 9.3 m Depth 27.4 m Lightship w DB Margin 44,769 mt Loads 12,622 mt Displacement w DB Margin 57,391 mt Power 67.9 MW Capabilities Air Operations portion of Family of Ships Option 1/3 ACE, 1/3 MEB AIR BLT Full aviation maintenance capability Partial RO/RO support (Initial airlift) Two Compartment Damage Stability 3 ships per squadron + 2 logistics ships + 3 RO/RO No ILP, no surface connectors 2 deck edge, 1 internal aircraft elevators Capabilities Log/RoRo portion of Family of Ships option 1/6 Surface BLT Full vehicle maintenance capability Two Compartment Damage Stability 6 ships per squadron + 3 air capable 3 LCAC 1 SSCI-ILP No aircraft elevators Dimensions LOA 286.6 m LBP 279.0 m Beam, WL 34.1 m Beam, Extreme 31.1 m Draft 10.7 m Lightship w DB Margin 41,118 mt Loads 26,059 mt Displacement w DB Margin 67,177 mt Power 58 MW

Capabilities

Air Operations portion of Family of Ships Option

1/3 ACE, 1/3 MEB AIR BLT

Full aviation maintenance capability

Partial RO/RO support (Initial airlift)

Two Compartment Damage Stability

3 ships per squadron + 2 logistics ships + 3 RO/RO

No ILP, no surface connectors

2 deck edge, 1 internal aircraft elevators

Capabilities

Log/RoRo portion of Family of Ships option

1/6 Surface BLT

Full vehicle maintenance capability

Two Compartment Damage Stability

6 ships per squadron + 3 air capable

3 LCAC

1 SSCI-ILP

No aircraft elevators

5.2.1/5.2.6 LOADING RESULTS Notes: “ Container Ship” is a ship specifically designed for TEU container hauling only. RO/RO is LMSR equivalent. MEB Sea Base Echelon (SBE) = 8,427 plus estimated NSE tailored to number of ships/LCACs as appropriate. T/E includes vehicles and unit equipment that will occupy vehicle spaces. The 2015 Baseline MEB Sea Based ACE includes: 4 VMM (48 MV-22), 1 HMH (rein) (20 CH-53X), 1 HMLA (18 AH-1Z, 9 UH-1Y), 1 VMU (8 UAV), plus 10 Navy SH-60 SAR Acft (or 1+ per ship). The Fixed wing portion of the ACE is comprised of 3 VMFA (30 JSF), 1 VMGR (12 KC-130), and 1 VMAQ (5 EA-18). The fixed wing aircraft will be sea-based aboard other platforms or shore-based. Sea Based ACE 4 10 SH-60 8 UAV 9 UH-1Y 18 AH-1Z MV-22 CH-53X RO/RO T/E 3 T/O 2 1/0 Utility/Cargo Ships (Cont/ RORO) 1 100% MPF(F) Fit 48 20 100% 3/6 Family of Ships

Notes:

“ Container Ship” is a ship specifically designed for TEU container hauling only. RO/RO is LMSR equivalent.

MEB Sea Base Echelon (SBE) = 8,427 plus estimated NSE tailored to number of ships/LCACs as appropriate.

T/E includes vehicles and unit equipment that will occupy vehicle spaces.

The 2015 Baseline MEB Sea Based ACE includes: 4 VMM (48 MV-22), 1 HMH (rein) (20 CH-53X), 1 HMLA (18 AH-1Z, 9 UH-1Y), 1 VMU (8 UAV), plus 10 Navy SH-60 SAR Acft (or 1+ per ship). The Fixed wing portion of the ACE is comprised of 3 VMFA (30 JSF), 1 VMGR (12 KC-130), and 1 VMAQ (5 EA-18). The fixed wing aircraft will be sea-based aboard other platforms or shore-based.

5.2.1/5.2.6 STOM RESULTS Note: 2015 MEB ACE = 4 VMM (48 V-22), 1 HMH (20 53X), 1 HMLA (18 AH, 9 UH), 3 VMFA (30 JSF), 1 VMGR (12 KC130), 1 VMAQ (5 EA-18) Note: MEB’s fixed wing aircraft will be either shore based or ship based as required. MEB SBE = 8,427 (NSE not included) w/ ESG assets SAR MEB Air T/E T/O 1/0 Utility Ships (Cont/ RORO) 100% 2015 Baseline MEB Fit Project 2 BLTs Ashore In One 8-Hour Period of Darkness Assault Support Acft Avail For Assault * 1 Surf BLT 1 Vert BLT 19.9 4.4 3 48 MV-22 20 CH-53X 100% 100% 100% 3/6 Obj = 8 hours Thresh = 10 hours Sea Based BLTs Family of Ships 9.9 3.2

Note: 2015 MEB ACE = 4 VMM (48 V-22), 1 HMH (20 53X), 1 HMLA (18 AH, 9 UH), 3 VMFA (30 JSF), 1 VMGR (12 KC130), 1 VMAQ (5 EA-18)

Note: MEB’s fixed wing aircraft will be either shore based or ship based as required.

MEB SBE = 8,427 (NSE not included)

5.2.1/5.2.6 RECAP Given the assumptions, methodology, guidance and criteria, three 5.2.1 ships, six 5.2.6 Log-RO/RO ships plus one utility/cargo ship will support the embarkation, deployment, arrival & assembly, and employment of the MPF(F) EDL and personnel by air and surface when combined with ESG assets Delta of 1576 TEU’s requiring storage on the utility/cargo ship 5.2.1/5.2.6 mix is a viable NAVSEA design

Given the assumptions, methodology, guidance and criteria, three 5.2.1 ships, six 5.2.6 Log-RO/RO ships plus one utility/cargo ship will support the embarkation, deployment, arrival & assembly, and employment of the MPF(F) EDL and personnel by air and surface when combined with ESG assets

Delta of 1576 TEU’s requiring storage on the utility/cargo ship

5.2.1/5.2.6 mix is a viable NAVSEA design

OPTION 3: FAMILY OF SHIPS Four LHA(R) Flt 0 “Lite” + Four 5.2.6 Log-RO/RO and Two Utility/Cargo Ship Dimensions LOA 257.3 m/844 ft Beam, DWL 32.3 m/106 ft Beam, Flight Deck 36 m/118 ft Navigational Draft 8.9 m/29.1 ft Depth 27.4 m Displacement (FL) 46,318 mt/45,594 LT Power 67.9 MW Capabilities Continues the LHA(R) Flt 0 to provide air operations support and troop accommodations Complete MEB and MEU ACE Support 1204 Navy Crew, 1687 Troop, 190 surge Berths Partial RO/RO support (Airlifted BLT) Navy 15% Damaged Stability Standard Four ships per squadron Capabilities Log/RoRo portion of Family of Ships option 1/6 Surface BLT Full vehicle maintenance capability Two Compartment Damage Stability 6 ships per squadron + 3 air capable 3 LCAC 1 SSCI-ILP No aircraft elevators Dimensions LOA 286.6 m LBP 279.0 m Beam, WL 34.1 m Beam, Extreme 31.1 m Draft 10.7 m Lightship w DB Margin 41,118 mt Loads 26,059 mt Displacement w DB Margin 67,177 mt Power 58 MW

Capabilities

Continues the LHA(R) Flt 0 to provide air operations support and troop accommodations

Complete MEB and MEU ACE Support

1204 Navy Crew, 1687 Troop, 190 surge Berths

Partial RO/RO support (Airlifted BLT)

Navy 15% Damaged Stability Standard

Four ships per squadron

Capabilities

Log/RoRo portion of Family of Ships option

1/6 Surface BLT

Full vehicle maintenance capability

Two Compartment Damage Stability

6 ships per squadron + 3 air capable

3 LCAC

1 SSCI-ILP

No aircraft elevators

LHA(R)/5.2.6 Log-RO/RO LOADING RESULTS Notes: “ Container Ship” is a ship specifically designed for TEU container hauling only. RO/RO is LMSR equivalent. MEB Sea Base Echelon (SBE) = 8,427 plus estimated NSE tailored to number of ships/LCACs as appropriate. T/E includes vehicles and unit equipment that will occupy vehicle spaces. The 2015 Baseline MEB Sea Based ACE includes: 4 VMM (48 MV-22), 1 HMH (rein) (20 CH-53X), 1 HMLA (18 AH-1Z, 9 UH-1Y), 1 VMU (8 UAV), plus 10 Navy SH-60 SAR Acft (or 1+ per ship). The Fixed wing portion of the ACE is comprised of 3 VMFA (30 JSF), 1 VMGR (12 KC-130), and 1 VMAQ (5 EA-18). The fixed wing aircraft will be sea-based aboard other platforms or shore-based. Sea Based ACE 4 10 SH-60 8 UAV 9 UH-1Y 18 AH-1Z MV-22 CH-53X RO/RO T/E 3 T/O 2 1/0 Utility/Cargo Ships (Cont/ RORO) 1 100% MPF(F) Fit 48 20 100% 4/4 Family of Ships

Notes:

“ Container Ship” is a ship specifically designed for TEU container hauling only. RO/RO is LMSR equivalent.

MEB Sea Base Echelon (SBE) = 8,427 plus estimated NSE tailored to number of ships/LCACs as appropriate.

T/E includes vehicles and unit equipment that will occupy vehicle spaces.

The 2015 Baseline MEB Sea Based ACE includes: 4 VMM (48 MV-22), 1 HMH (rein) (20 CH-53X), 1 HMLA (18 AH-1Z, 9 UH-1Y), 1 VMU (8 UAV), plus 10 Navy SH-60 SAR Acft (or 1+ per ship). The Fixed wing portion of the ACE is comprised of 3 VMFA (30 JSF), 1 VMGR (12 KC-130), and 1 VMAQ (5 EA-18). The fixed wing aircraft will be sea-based aboard other platforms or shore-based.

LHA(R)/5.2.6 LOG-RO/RO STOM RESULTS Note: 2015 MEB ACE = 4 VMM (48 V-22), 1 HMH (20 53X), 1 HMLA (18 AH, 9 UH), 3 VMFA (30 JSF), 1 VMGR (12 KC130), 1 VMAQ (5 EA-18) Note: MEB’s fixed wing aircraft will be either shore based or ship based as required. MEB SBE = 8,427 (NSE not included) w/ ESG assets SAR MEB Air T/E T/O 1/0 Utility/Cargo Ships (Cont/ RORO) 100% 2015 Baseline MEB Fit Project 2 BLTs Ashore In One 8-Hour Period of Darkness Assault Support Acft Avail For Assault * 1 Surf BLT 1 Vert BLT 29.5 4.4 3 48 MV-22 20 CH-53X 100% 100% 100% 4/4 Obj = 8 hours Thresh = 10 hours Sea Based BLTs Family of Ships 21.3 3.7

Note: 2015 MEB ACE = 4 VMM (48 V-22), 1 HMH (20 53X), 1 HMLA (18 AH, 9 UH), 3 VMFA (30 JSF), 1 VMGR (12 KC130), 1 VMAQ (5 EA-18)

Note: MEB’s fixed wing aircraft will be either shore based or ship based as required.

MEB SBE = 8,427 (NSE not included)

LHA(R) “Lite”/5.2.6 RECAP Given the assumptions, methodology, guidance and criteria, four LHA(R), four 5.2.6A ships and two utility/cargo ships will support the embarkation, deployment, arrival & assembly, but will not support the employment of the MPF(F) EDL and personnel by surface even when combined with ESG assets. Delta of 1642 TEU’s requiring storage on the utility/cargo ship. ~142K sqft of rolling stock will require storage on a utility/cargo ship LHA(R) and 5.2.6 mix is a viable NAVSEA design

Given the assumptions, methodology, guidance and criteria, four LHA(R), four 5.2.6A ships and two utility/cargo ships will support the embarkation, deployment, arrival & assembly, but will not support the employment of the MPF(F) EDL and personnel by surface even when combined with ESG assets.

Delta of 1642 TEU’s requiring storage on the utility/cargo ship.

~142K sqft of rolling stock will require storage on a utility/cargo ship

LHA(R) and 5.2.6 mix is a viable NAVSEA design

OPTION 4: FAMILY OF SHIPS Three 5.2.1B Aviation Ships + Eight 5.2.6B Log-RO/RO and One Utility/Cargo Ship Dimensions LOA 253.0 m LBP 245.0 m Beam, WL 38.4 m Beam, Extreme 42.1 m Draft 9.3 m Depth 27.4 m Lightship w DB Margin 44,769 mt Loads 12,622 mt Displacement w DB Margin 57,391 mt Power 67.9 MW Capabilities Air Operations portion of Family of Ships Option 1/3 ACE, 1/3 MEB AIR BLT Full aviation maintenance capability Partial RO/RO support (Initial airlift) Two Compartment Damage Stability 3 ships per squadron + 2 logistics ships + 3 RO/RO No ILP, no surface connectors 2 deck edge, 1 internal aircraft elevators Capabilities Log/RoRo portion of Family of Ships option 1/6 Surface BLT Full vehicle maintenance capability Two Compartment Damage Stability 6 ships per squadron + 3 air capable 3 LCAC 1 SSCI-ILP No aircraft elevators Dimensions LOA 286.6 m LBP 279.0 m Beam, WL 34.1 m Beam, Extreme 31.1 m Draft 10.7 m Lightship w DB Margin 41,118 mt Loads 26,059 mt Displacement w DB Margin 67,177 mt Power 58 MW

Capabilities

Air Operations portion of Family of Ships Option

1/3 ACE, 1/3 MEB AIR BLT

Full aviation maintenance capability

Partial RO/RO support (Initial airlift)

Two Compartment Damage Stability

3 ships per squadron + 2 logistics ships + 3 RO/RO

No ILP, no surface connectors

2 deck edge, 1 internal aircraft elevators

Capabilities

Log/RoRo portion of Family of Ships option

1/6 Surface BLT

Full vehicle maintenance capability

Two Compartment Damage Stability

6 ships per squadron + 3 air capable

3 LCAC

1 SSCI-ILP

No aircraft elevators

5.2.1B/5.2.6B LOADING RESULTS Notes: “ Container Ship” is a ship specifically designed for TEU container hauling only. RO/RO is LMSR equivalent. MEB Sea Base Echelon (SBE) = 8,427 plus estimated NSE tailored to number of ships/LCACs as appropriate. T/E includes vehicles and unit equipment that will occupy vehicle spaces. The 2015 Baseline MEB Sea Based ACE includes: 4 VMM (48 MV-22), 1 HMH (rein) (20 CH-53X), 1 HMLA (18 AH-1Z, 9 UH-1Y), 1 VMU (8 UAV), plus 10 Navy SH-60 SAR Acft (or 1+ per ship). The Fixed wing portion of the ACE is comprised of 3 VMFA (30 JSF), 1 VMGR (12 KC-130), and 1 VMAQ (5 EA-18). The fixed wing aircraft will be sea-based aboard other platforms or shore-based. Sea Based ACE 4 10 SH-60 8 UAV 9 UH-1Y 18 AH-1Z MV-22 CH-53X T/E 3 T/O 2 1/0 Utility/Cargo Ships (Cont/ RORO) 1 100% MPF(F) Fit 48 20 100% 3/8 Family of Ships

Notes:

“ Container Ship” is a ship specifically designed for TEU container hauling only. RO/RO is LMSR equivalent.

MEB Sea Base Echelon (SBE) = 8,427 plus estimated NSE tailored to number of ships/LCACs as appropriate.

T/E includes vehicles and unit equipment that will occupy vehicle spaces.

The 2015 Baseline MEB Sea Based ACE includes: 4 VMM (48 MV-22), 1 HMH (rein) (20 CH-53X), 1 HMLA (18 AH-1Z, 9 UH-1Y), 1 VMU (8 UAV), plus 10 Navy SH-60 SAR Acft (or 1+ per ship). The Fixed wing portion of the ACE is comprised of 3 VMFA (30 JSF), 1 VMGR (12 KC-130), and 1 VMAQ (5 EA-18). The fixed wing aircraft will be sea-based aboard other platforms or shore-based.

5.2.1B/5.2.6B STOM RESULTS Note: 2015 MEB ACE = 4 VMM (48 V-22), 1 HMH (20 53X), 1 HMLA (18 AH, 9 UH), 3 VMFA (30 JSF), 1 VMGR (12 KC130), 1 VMAQ (5 EA-18) Note: MEB’s fixed wing aircraft will be either shore based or ship based as required. MEB SBE = 8,427 (NSE not included) w/ ESG assets SAR MEB Air T/E T/O 1/0 Utility/Cargo Ships (Cont/ RORO) 100% 2015 Baseline MEB Fit Project 2 BLTs Ashore In One 8-Hour Period of Darkness Assault Support Acft Avail For Assault * 1 Surf BLT 1 Vert BLT 18.6 4.5 3 48 MV-22 20 CH-53X 100% 100% 100% 3/8 Obj = 8 hours Thresh = 10 hours Sea Based BLTs Family of Ships 10.4 3.2

Note: 2015 MEB ACE = 4 VMM (48 V-22), 1 HMH (20 53X), 1 HMLA (18 AH, 9 UH), 3 VMFA (30 JSF), 1 VMGR (12 KC130), 1 VMAQ (5 EA-18)

Note: MEB’s fixed wing aircraft will be either shore based or ship based as required.

MEB SBE = 8,427 (NSE not included)

5.2.1B/5.2.6B RECAP Given the assumptions, methodology, guidance and criteria, three 5.2.1B ships and eight 5.2.6B Log-RO/RO ships plus one utility/cargo ship will support the embarkation, deployment, arrival & assembly, but not the employment of the MPF(F) EDL and personnel by surface even with ESG assets. Delta of 925 TEU’s requiring storage on the MPSRON(F). 5.2.1B/5.2.6B mix is a viable NAVSEA 05D design

Given the assumptions, methodology, guidance and criteria, three 5.2.1B ships and eight 5.2.6B Log-RO/RO ships plus one utility/cargo ship will support the embarkation, deployment, arrival & assembly, but not the employment of the MPF(F) EDL and personnel by surface even with ESG assets.

Delta of 925 TEU’s requiring storage on the MPSRON(F).

5.2.1B/5.2.6B mix is a viable NAVSEA 05D design

OPTION 5: FAMILY OF SHIPS Three LHD + Four 5.1.3B Distributed Ships and Two Utility/Cargo Ships Capabilities Log/RoRo portion of Family of Ships option 1/7 Surface BLT Full vehicle maintenance capability Two Compartment Damage Stability 7 ships per squadron + 3 air capable 2 LCAC (1 in dry well, 1 LCAC or 12 sections of INLS on weather deck) No aircraft elevators Dimensions LOA 288.4 m LBP 281.6 m Beam, WL 33.5 m Beam, Extreme 33.5 m Draft 11 m Lightship w DB Margin 39,746 mt Loads 28,926 mt Displacement w DB Margin 68,672 mt Power 48 MW Capabilities Log/RoRo portion of Family of Ships option 1/7 Surface BLT Full vehicle maintenance capability Two Compartment Damage Stability 7 ships per squadron + 3 air capable 2 LCAC (1 in dry well, 1 LCAC or 12 sections of INLS on weather deck) No aircraft elevators Dimensions LOA 288.4 m LBP 281.6 m Beam, WL 33.5 m Beam, Extreme 33.5 m Draft 11 m Lightship w DB Margin 39,746 mt Loads 28,926 mt Displacement w DB Margin 68,672 mt Power 48 MW

Capabilities

Log/RoRo portion of Family of Ships option

1/7 Surface BLT

Full vehicle maintenance capability

Two Compartment Damage Stability

7 ships per squadron + 3 air capable

2 LCAC (1 in dry well, 1 LCAC or 12 sections of INLS on weather deck)

No aircraft elevators

Capabilities

Log/RoRo portion of Family of Ships option

1/7 Surface BLT

Full vehicle maintenance capability

Two Compartment Damage Stability

7 ships per squadron + 3 air capable

2 LCAC (1 in dry well, 1 LCAC or 12 sections of INLS on weather deck)

No aircraft elevators

LHD/5.1.3B LOADING RESULTS Notes: “ Container Ship” is a ship specifically designed for TEU container hauling only. RO/RO is LMSR equivalent. MEB Sea Base Echelon (SBE) = 8,427 plus estimated NSE tailored to number of ships/LCACs as appropriate. T/E includes vehicles and unit equipment that will occupy vehicle spaces. The 2015 Baseline MEB Sea Based ACE includes: 4 VMM (48 MV-22), 1 HMH (rein) (20 CH-53X), 1 HMLA (18 AH-1Z, 9 UH-1Y), 1 VMU (8 UAV), plus 10 Navy SH-60 SAR Acft (or 1+ per ship). The Fixed wing portion of the ACE is comprised of 3 VMFA (30 JSF), 1 VMGR (12 KC-130), and 1 VMAQ (5 EA-18). The fixed wing aircraft will be sea-based aboard other platforms or shore-based. Sea Based ACE 4 10 SH-60 8 UAV 9 UH-1Y 18 AH-1Z MV-22 CH-53X T/E 3 T/O 2 1/0 Utility/Cargo Ships (Cont/ RORO) 1 100% MPF(F) Fit 48 20 100% 3/4 Family of Ships

Notes:

“ Container Ship” is a ship specifically designed for TEU container hauling only. RO/RO is LMSR equivalent.

MEB Sea Base Echelon (SBE) = 8,427 plus estimated NSE tailored to number of ships/LCACs as appropriate.

T/E includes vehicles and unit equipment that will occupy vehicle spaces.

The 2015 Baseline MEB Sea Based ACE includes: 4 VMM (48 MV-22), 1 HMH (rein) (20 CH-53X), 1 HMLA (18 AH-1Z, 9 UH-1Y), 1 VMU (8 UAV), plus 10 Navy SH-60 SAR Acft (or 1+ per ship). The Fixed wing portion of the ACE is comprised of 3 VMFA (30 JSF), 1 VMGR (12 KC-130), and 1 VMAQ (5 EA-18). The fixed wing aircraft will be sea-based aboard other platforms or shore-based.

LHD/5.1.3B STOM RESULTS Note: 2015 MEB ACE = 4 VMM (48 V-22), 1 HMH (20 53X), 1 HMLA (18 AH, 9 UH), 3 VMFA (30 JSF), 1 VMGR (12 KC130), 1 VMAQ (5 EA-18) Note: MEB’s fixed wing aircraft will be either shore based or ship based as required. MEB SBE = 8,427 (NSE not included) w/ ESG assets SAR MEB Air T/E T/O 1/0 Utility Ships (Cont/ RORO) 100% 2015 Baseline MEB Fit Project 2 BLTs Ashore In One 8-Hour Period of Darkness Assault Support Acft Avail For Assault * 1 Surf BLT 1 Vert BLT 14.8 4.5 3 48 MV-22 20 CH-53X 100% 100% 100% 3/4 Obj = 8 hours Thresh = 10 hours Sea Based BLTs Family of Ships 7.8 3.6

Note: 2015 MEB ACE = 4 VMM (48 V-22), 1 HMH (20 53X), 1 HMLA (18 AH, 9 UH), 3 VMFA (30 JSF), 1 VMGR (12 KC130), 1 VMAQ (5 EA-18)

Note: MEB’s fixed wing aircraft will be either shore based or ship based as required.

MEB SBE = 8,427 (NSE not included)

LHD/5.1.3B RECAP Given the assumptions, methodology, guidance and criteria, three LHD, four 5.1.3B ships and two utility/cargo ship will support the embarkation, deployment, arrival & assembly, and employment of the MPF(F) EDL and personnel by air and surface when combined with ESG assets. Delta of 1724 TEU’s requiring storage on a utility/cargo ship ~64K sqft of rolling stock will require storage on a utility/cargo ship LHD/5.1.3B is a viable Family of Ships design

Given the assumptions, methodology, guidance and criteria, three LHD, four 5.1.3B ships and two utility/cargo ship will support the embarkation, deployment, arrival & assembly, and employment of the MPF(F) EDL and personnel by air and surface when combined with ESG assets.

Delta of 1724 TEU’s requiring storage on a utility/cargo ship

~64K sqft of rolling stock will require storage on a utility/cargo ship

LHD/5.1.3B is a viable Family of Ships design

ABANDONED BY NAVSEA Dimensions LOA 253.0 m LBP 245.0 m Beam, WL 38.4 m Beam, Extreme 42.1 m Draft 9.3 m Depth 27.4 m Lightship w DB Margin 44,769 mt Loads 12,622 mt Displacement w DB Margin 57,391 mt Power 67.9 MW Capabilities Air Operations portion of Family of Ships Option 1/3 ACE, 1/3 MEB AIR BLT Full aviation maintenance capability Partial RO/RO support (Initial airlift) Two Compartment Damage Stability 3 ships per squadron + 2 logistics ships + 3 RO/RO No ILP, no surface connectors 2 deck edge, 1 internal aircraft elevators Capabilities Logistics Supply portion of Family of Ships option Carries TEUs and palletized cargo VERTREP/Personnel Transfer Aircraft Capability Only Two Compartment Damage Stability 2 ships per squadron + 3 air capable + 3 RO/RO No ILP, 1 LCAC No aircraft elevators Dimensions LOA 227.6 m LBP 222.0 m Beam, WL 32.3 m Beam, Extreme 32.3 m Draft 8.9 m Depth 18.8 m Lightship w DB Margin 24,643 mt Loads 13,568 mt Displacement w DB Margin 38,211 mt Power 48.6 MW X OPTION 6: 5.1.2 Aviation, 5.2.2 Log-RO/RO, and One Utility/Cargo ship

Capabilities

Air Operations portion of Family of Ships Option

1/3 ACE, 1/3 MEB AIR BLT

Full aviation maintenance capability

Partial RO/RO support (Initial airlift)

Two Compartment Damage Stability

3 ships per squadron + 2 logistics ships + 3 RO/RO

No ILP, no surface connectors

2 deck edge, 1 internal aircraft elevators

Capabilities

Logistics Supply portion of Family of Ships option

Carries TEUs and palletized cargo

VERTREP/Personnel Transfer Aircraft Capability Only

Two Compartment Damage Stability

2 ships per squadron + 3 air capable + 3 RO/RO

No ILP, 1 LCAC

No aircraft elevators

OPTION 6A: 5.1.2 Aviation, & 5.2.3 RORO, and One Utility/Cargo ship ABANDONED BY NAVSEA Dimensions LOA 288.8 m LBP 283.5 m Beam, WL 39.6 m Beam, Extreme 39.6 m Draft 11 m Depth 31.1 m Lightship W DB Margin 48,493 mt Loads 18,722 mt Displacement w DB Margin 67,215 mt Power 69 MW Capabilities RO/RO portion of the Family of Ships option 1/3 Surface BLT Full vehicle maintenance capability Two Compartment Damage Stability 3 ships per squadron + 2 logistics 6 LCAC, 4 HL-LCAC or 6 PACSCAT 2 SSCI-ILPs No aircraft elevators X

Capabilities

RO/RO portion of the Family of Ships option

1/3 Surface BLT

Full vehicle maintenance capability

Two Compartment Damage Stability

3 ships per squadron + 2 logistics

6 LCAC, 4 HL-LCAC or 6 PACSCAT

2 SSCI-ILPs

No aircraft elevators

OPTIONS SUMMARY Distributed Capabilities (Option 1) 5.1.3B 9 Ships per Squadron Rotary Wing Only - No JSF Accommodations: Navy/USMC 1,305 $12.1B Meets offload requirement

Distributed Capabilities

(Option 1)

5.1.3B

9 Ships per Squadron

Rotary Wing Only - No JSF

Accommodations: Navy/USMC 1,305

DISTRIBUTED CAPABILITY SHIP REVIEW Nine 5.1.3B Ships + One Container Ship per MPSRON(F). All other Distributed Capability options have been abandoned by NAVSEA. Design will hold the 2015 MEB with supporting Navy forces (Prepositioned & FIE equipment and SBE personnel). Requires a container ship that carries 1628 TEU’s . Ship supports MEB Aviation footprint and Air Assault. Ship supports Surface Assault (with the addition ESG assets and a Mobile Loading Platform (MLP) providing multiple loading spots). 5.1.3B x 9 Container x 1

Nine 5.1.3B Ships + One Container Ship per MPSRON(F). All other Distributed Capability options have been abandoned by NAVSEA.

Design will hold the 2015 MEB with supporting Navy forces (Prepositioned & FIE equipment and SBE personnel).

Requires a container ship that carries 1628 TEU’s .

Ship supports MEB Aviation footprint and Air Assault.

Ship supports Surface Assault (with the addition ESG assets and a Mobile Loading Platform (MLP) providing multiple loading spots).

OPTIONS SUMMARY LHA(R)(L) 4 Ships per Squadron – No Surface Interface Rotary Wing Only - No JSF (195 CH46 Eq)* Accommodations: Navy/USMC 1,685 5.2.6 Log-Ro/Ro 4 Ships per Squadron – One surface interface point Rotary Wing Only – Two Spot Flight Deck Accommodations: Navy/USMC 1,085 Family of Ships (Option 3) $12.8B 5.2.1 Aviation 3 Ships per Squadron – No Surface Interface Rotary Wing Only - No JSF Accommodations: Navy/USMC 2,168 Meets offload requirement 5.2.6 Log-Ro/Ro 6 Ships per Squadron Rotary Wing Only – Two Spot Flight Deck Accommodations: Navy/USMC 1,085 Family of Ships (Option 2) $10.4B Meets offload requirement Does NOT meet offload requirement

LHA(R)(L)

4 Ships per Squadron – No Surface Interface

Rotary Wing Only - No JSF (195 CH46 Eq)*

Accommodations: Navy/USMC 1,685

5.2.6 Log-Ro/Ro

4 Ships per Squadron – One surface interface point

Rotary Wing Only – Two Spot Flight Deck

Accommodations: Navy/USMC 1,085

5.2.1 Aviation

3 Ships per Squadron – No Surface Interface

Rotary Wing Only - No JSF

Accommodations: Navy/USMC 2,168

Meets offload requirement

5.2.6 Log-Ro/Ro

6 Ships per Squadron

Rotary Wing Only – Two Spot Flight Deck

Accommodations: Navy/USMC 1,085

5.2.1B Aviation 3 Ships per Squadron – No Surface Interface Rotary Wing Only - No JSF Accommodations: Navy/USMC 2,168 5.2.6B Log-Ro/Ro 8 Ships per Squadron Rotary Wing Only – Two Spot Flight Deck Accommodations: Navy/USMC 1,085 Family of Ships (Option 4) $10.4B Does NOT meet offload requirement LHD (L) 3 Ships per Squadron – Well Deck Rotary Wing Only - No JSF (195 CH46 Eq)* Accommodations: Navy/USMC 1,685 Family of Ships (Option 5) 5.1.3B Distributed Capabilities 4 Ships per Squadron – One surface interface point Rotary Wing Only – Accommodations: Navy/USMC 1,305 $11.0B Meets offload requirement

5.2.1B Aviation

3 Ships per Squadron – No Surface Interface

Rotary Wing Only - No JSF

Accommodations: Navy/USMC 2,168

5.2.6B Log-Ro/Ro

8 Ships per Squadron

Rotary Wing Only – Two Spot Flight Deck

Accommodations: Navy/USMC 1,085

LHD (L)

3 Ships per Squadron – Well Deck

Rotary Wing Only - No JSF (195 CH46 Eq)*

Accommodations: Navy/USMC 1,685

5.1.3B Distributed Capabilities

4 Ships per Squadron – One surface interface point

Rotary Wing Only –

Accommodations: Navy/USMC 1,305

FAMILY OF SHIPS REVIEW Options 2 and 5 will hold the 2015 MEB with supporting Navy forces (Prepositioned & FIE equipment) and all SBE personnel Still have a requirement for a container ship that carries +1576 TEU’s for Option 2 +1724 TEU’s for Option 5 Ships support MEB Aviation footprint and Air Assault. Supports the Surface Assault with the addition of ESG assets

Options 2 and 5 will hold the 2015 MEB with supporting Navy forces (Prepositioned & FIE equipment) and all SBE personnel

Still have a requirement for a container ship that carries

+1576 TEU’s for Option 2

+1724 TEU’s for Option 5

Ships support MEB Aviation footprint and Air Assault.

Supports the Surface Assault with the addition of ESG assets

OTHER STUDIES STUDY IX = Mobile Loading Platform (MLP) Impact Analysis. STUDY X = Modeling of Cargo & Equipment flow for each ship design and squadron mix. STUDY XI = Analyze and compare each Squadron mix option for performance of Landing Plan Off-Load execution timelines.

STUDY IX = Mobile Loading Platform (MLP) Impact Analysis.

STUDY X = Modeling of Cargo & Equipment flow for each ship design and squadron mix.

STUDY XI = Analyze and compare each Squadron mix option for performance of Landing Plan Off-Load execution timelines.

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