R 041723Z MAY 22
MSGID/GENADMIN/CMC PPO PL WASHINGTON DC//
SUBJ/2022 MARINE CORPS SPACE OPERATIONAL ADVISORY GROUP (OAG) CALLING MESSAGE//
REF/A/DOC/SECNAVINST 5400.39E/YMD: 20190701
REF/B/DOC/MCO 5400.53A/YMD: 20220503//
REF/C/MSG/MARADMIN 102/22/YMD: 20220308//
REF/D/DOC/FORCE DESIGN 2030/YMD: 20200526//
REF/E/DOC/TALENT MANAGEMENT 2030/YMD: 20211103//
REF/F/DOC/A CONCEPT FOR STAND-IN FORCES/YMD: 20211201 NARR/REF (A) IS THE DEPARTMENT OF THE NAVY (DON) SPACE POLICY THAT DIRECTS THE DEVELOPMENT OF A ROBUST TOTAL FORCE CADRE OF SPACE-QUALIFIED PERSONNEL WITHIN THE DON. REF (B) IS THE MARINE CORPS SPACE POLICY THAT PROVIDES AUTHORITY FROM DEPUTY COMMANDANT, PLANS,POLICIES AND OPERATIONS (DC PP&O) FOR COMMANDING GENERAL, MARINE CORPS FORCES SPACE COMMAND (CG, MARFORSPACE) TO ESTABLISH AND HOST AN ANNUAL MARINE CORPS SPACE OAG. REF (C) IS THE ESTABLISHMENT OFTHE INFORMATION MANEUVER (IM) 1700 OCCUPATIONAL FIELD (OCCFLD) THAT SUPPORTS MODERNIZATION EFFORTS AND ALIGNS SPACE OPERATIONS UNDER THE IM OCCFLD.//
POC1/S.M.ALCAIDE/MAJOR/MARFORSPACE/-/TEL: (719)554-8802/EMAIL: SARAH.ALCAIDE@USSPACECOM.MIL//
POC2/T.DUEY/MAJOR/MARFORSPACE/-/TEL: (402)912-0346/EMAIL: TIMOTHY.DUEY.MIL@MAIL.MIL//
POC3/N.B.STOKES/MAJOR/PPO PLX/-/TEL: (703)692-4321/EMAIL: NATHAN.STOKES@USMC.MIL//
GENTEXT/REMARKS/1. Purpose. CG, MARFORSPACE will host the 2022 Marine Corps Space OAG at Schriever Space Force Base, Colorado from 27-29 June 2022. The intent of the Space OAG is to allow subject matter experts within Marine Corps Space Operations to conduct an annual meeting in a centralized location.
2. Background. The annual Marine Corps Space OAG is an opportunity to gather the Marine Corps Space Cadre and other information professionals to discuss best practices and lessons learned from current space operations as well as inform attendees on future Service concepts and plans.
3. Theme. The theme of the 2022 Space OAG is leveraging change throughout the Marine Corps Space Enterprise.
4. Endstate. The Marine Corps Space OAG provides senior leaders with an appreciation of changes to the operational environment, threat actors, and emerging technologies necessary to prioritize the needs, requirements, and investments associated with Force Design 2030, Talent Management 2030, and A Concept for Stand-in Forces, and recommend solutions that address challenges, leverage opportunities and account for unmitigated risk in Service operational concepts.
5. Execution. The OAG will consist of informational sessions, working groups, and an outbrief. Topics to be discussed and problem sets to be considered include the following: current and future space operations and capabilities, training of Marine Corps space professionals, space military occupational specialty (MOS) changes, space-related fires and convergence/integration. Deliverables will be briefed to CG, MARFORSPACE and other senior leaders on day three of the OAG.
5.A. Deliverables include: 0540 professionalization to support Marine Expeditionary Unit requirements, 1706 Lateral Move transition plan, draft 1706 Training and Readiness (T&R) Manual, draft guidance for testing, training, and exercising (TT&E) of space-related capabilities, draft guidance for employment considerations of space-related capabilities, draft prioritized list of Joint Force requirements, and a draft prioritized list of civilian sector space needs.
5.B. Dates and Location: The 2022 Marine Corps Space OAG is scheduled 27-29 June 2022 at Schriever SFB. Travel days are Sunday, 26 June 2022 and Thursday, 30 June 2022. A detailed schedule will be published via separate correspondence. In-person attendance is limited due to COVID-19 restrictions on the venue. Whenever possible, virtual working group options will be available for attendees who cannot participate in person. Each member that registers for this event will be notified if they can participate in-person or virtually no later than 1 June 2022.
5.C. Invitations are extended to the following Marines and civilian Marines: Current or past 8866 and 0540 MOS billet holders, Marine Corps Forces (MARFOR) G-3s, MARFOR Fires representatives, Marine Expeditionary Force (MEF) G-3s, MEF Fires representatives, MEF Information Group (MIG) Information Warfare Coordinators/Information Command Center Officers in Charge, Marine Corps Information Operations Center (MCIOC), Training and Education Command (TECOM) & Headquarters, Marine Corps (HQMC) along with an O-6 level decision-maker within each command. Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) students in the Space Systems Operations curriculum are encouraged to attend.
5.D. Attire is woodland MARPAT with sleeves up for Marines and business casual for civilians.
6. Administration and Logistics.
6.A. Visit Requests. The working groups will be held at the TOP SECRET SENSITIVE COMPARTMENTED INFORMATION (TS SCI) level. The details on required visit requests will be emailed to all in-person participants via separate coordination no later than 1 June 2022. Visit requests must be received by the 527th Space Aggressor Squadron no later than 15 June 2022.
6.B. Funding: All Temporary Additional Duty (TAD) (M&IE, Lodging, Transportation) and travel costs must be approved and funded by the parent command/organization. There is no fee to attend. MARFORSPACE will not provide funding.
6.C. Registration: Registration must be completed no later than 26 May 2022. Register via the eInvitations link below, https:(slash)(slash)einvitations.afit.edu/inv/anim.cfm?i=630845&k=046242017F52. Registration is not complete until a visit request has been received. Registration will be vetted by MARFORSPACE in coordination with Service representatives. Registration does not guarantee attendance.
6.D. Conference exception: This OAG is designated a Title 10 function and is therefore conference exempted. It has been formally vetted and meets exemption 4B on page 12 of Department of Defense (DoD) Conference Guide v4 dated 26 June 2016, as an internal agency business matter held on a military installation.
6.E. Mission Critical Travel: Although attendance is highly encouraged, mission criticality for this OAG is established by the individual traveler's command.
7. This MARADMIN is applicable to the Marine Corps Reserve.
8. Release authorized by BGen S. M. Salene, Director, Strategy and Plans, Plans, Policies and Operations, Headquarters, U.S. Marine Corps.//