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The

Premier

Security

Assistance

Enterprise

in

the

Department

of

Defense
.

A

highly

professional,

skilled,

and

values

based

workforce

that

generates

trust

in

advancing

U
.
S
.

Strategic

Partnerships

through

exceptional

security

assistance

and

FMS

programs
.

USASAC

leads

the

AMC

Security

Assistance

Enterprise
.

Develops

and

manages

security

assistance

programs

and

Foreign

Military

Sales

cases

to

build

partner

capacity,

support

COCOM

engagement

strategies

and

strengthen

US

Global

partnerships
.





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“We will continue to develop global and regional
engagement strategies that forge the necessary trust and
build the required capabilities and capacity for greater
unity of effort in meeting our shared challenges.”

AUSA article, ‘Building on a Foundation of Strength:

The Nations Force of Decisive Action’, October 2011


"The foundation of United States, regional,

and global security will remain America's

relations with our allies, and our commitment to their
security is unshakable. These relationships must be
constantly cultivated... But because they are fundamental
to our collective security."

GEN Raymond T. Odierno

Chief of Staff of the Army

National Security Strategy, 2010




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Security Cooperation



FAA and AECA
-

Authorized Programs Administered


by DoD



Combined Operations



Combined Exercises



International Armaments Cooperation



International Training and Education



Humanitarian Assistance and Mine Action Programs



Military
-
to
-
Military Contact Programs


LONG TERM

DEVELOPMENT
ASSISTANCE


Education


Child Survival


Microfinance




Contributions to IOs


Migration and Refugee Assistance





HA/DR


CN


Recon /


Stab
Opns






www.foreignassistance.gov


Foreign Military Sales


Foreign Military Construction Services


Foreign Military Financing Program


Leases


International Military Education and Training


Drawdowns


Other Security Assistance Programs


Excess Defense Articles


Third
-
Country Transfers


Other Security Assistance Programs




USDA


Health and

Human

Services


Department of
Transportation


Department of
Energy





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Combatant
Commands

(USASAC LNOs)

Command

Coordination / LOA Tasking

Life Cycle Management Commands

Security Assistance Management
Directorate

ASAALT

DASA

For Defense Exports


and Cooperation

(DASA
-
DEC)

Defense Security
Cooperation Agency
(DSCA)

U.S. Army

Materiel
Command

(
USAMC)

Theater Armies /
ASCCs

Security Assistance
Training Field
Activity (SATFA)

U.S. Army Security
Assistance Command

(USASAC)

NAVY

IPO

AIR FORCE

SAF
-
IA

Joint Chiefs of

Staff (JCS)

Defense Logistics
Agency (DLA)

Defense Finance
And Accounting
Service

Training
and
Doctrine Command

(TRADOC)

DA G3/5/7




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Washington


Field Office

Performance

Management

Office

OPM SANG

SATMO

Central


Case

Managers

Country

Program

Managers

Country

Program

Managers

Central

Case

Managers

Country

Program

Managers

Country

Program

Managers

Deputy

SGM

Commanding

General

Command

Information

Office

CENTCOM

PACOM

SOUTHCOM

EUCOM

AFRICOM

IMO

AF/PK


Special

Staff

Chief of Staff

Regional Operations

Country

Program

Managers

Country

Program

Managers

Human

Resources

G1

Information


Management

G6

Operations,

Security, Strategy

G3/5

Logistics/

Acquisition

G4

Resource

Management

G8

CPM

Forward

CPM

Forward

CPM

Forward

CPM

Forward

CPM

Forward

CPM

Forward

Personnel

Strength

USASAC

OPM

SANG

SATMO

TOTAL

Civilian

368

211

16

595

Military

5

65

139

209

Contractor

78

0

0

78

Total

451

276

155

882

As of 31 May 2012




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COCOM COUNTRIES with ACTIVE TEAMS

CENTCOM

7

EUCOM

5

SOUTHCOM

6

NORTHCOM

0

PACOM

0

AFRICOM

1

CENTCOM

EUCOM



Afghanistan

(1/7)



Albania (1/8)



Bahrain (1/1)



Bosnia (1/1)



Egypt (4/11)



Estonia (2/11)



Kuwait (1/4)



Georgia (1/14)



Lebanon (1/6)



Sweden (1/3)



Saudi Arabia

(2/32)



UAE (1/3)


SOUTHCOM

AFRICOM



Colombia (2/25)



Kenya (1/6)



Dominican Rep (1/3)



Ecuador (1/4)



Nicaragua (1/4)



Panama (1/11)



Peru (1/6)

As of: 30 May 2012


SATMO OPERATIONS



19 of
155 Countries with Active Teams



25 Active
Teams



160 Personnel

Current : Projected:




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Joint Munitions Command
-
SAMD

Aviation & Missile Life
Cycle Management
Command
-
SAMD

Communications and
Electronic

Command
-
SAMD

Program Manager


Saudi Arabia National
Guard

PACOM

Liaison

R2TF Liaison

Afghanistan Liaisons

CSTC
-
A & ASE
-
A

CENTCOM

Liaison

U.S. Army Security
Assistance Training
Management
Organization

SOUTHCOM

Liaison



USASAC:

-

Redstone Arsenal

-

New Cumberland

-

Fort Bragg

-

Fort Belvoir

-

Saudi Arabia



Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Army for Defense
Exports and Cooperation (DASA
-
DEC)




Training and Doctrine Command


(TRADOC)




Security Assistance Management


Directorate (SAMD)

PEO
-
STRI

TACOM Life Cycle Management

Command
-
SAMD

EUCOM

Liaison

AFRICOM

Liaison




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Collaborative Enterprise

DSCA
DISAM

AMC

SDDC

USAMMA

TACOM
SAMD/IMMC

JMC

SAMD/IMMC

AMCOM
SAMD/IMMC

CECOM
SAMD / LRC

STRI

COE

TRADOC

ACC

DCMA
DCAA

USASAC

DASA
-
DEC

PEO / PM
FMS

DA
STAFF

Department

of State

Congress

TRANSCOM

Other
MILDEPs

Department

of Commerce

Industry

Joint Project
Office (JPO)

DLA

GSA

sco

sco

sco

sco

sco

COCOM

ASCCs

DTSA

NSA

NGA


ASA
-
ALT




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USASAC

DASA
-
DEC

LCMCs

PEOs

COCOMs

ACC




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Engaging with our Allies while Building Partner Capacity

CENTCOM

Countries: 18

Cases:
1672

Value:
$97.0B

PACOM

Countries: 21

Cases:
880

Value: $19.6B

EUCOM

Countries: 42

Cases:
1395

Value: $
14.4B

Army FMS FY03
-
FY12 and out

SATMO

S.A. Training

Countries:
19

Personnel: 160

AFRICOM

Countries:
33

Cases:
250

Value:
$68.7M

SOUTHCOM

Countries: 30

Cases:
198

Value: $2.7B

Total Active FMS

Countries:
144

Cases
:
4595

Value: $
134.4B

Undelivered: $59.5B

New FY12: $16.7B

As of 4 June 2012




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Advantage: Full Backing of U.S. Government

Each

sale

of

equipment

to

foreign

customers

is

comprised

of

the

same

"total

package"

of

materiel,

spare

parts,

training,

publications,

technical

documentation,

maintenance

support,

and

other

services

that

AMC

provides

to

U
.
S
.

Army

units
.




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See the Enterprise

Train the Enterprise

Resource the

Enterprise

Lead the Enterprise


PREVENT
: The Army prevents conflict by maintaining
credibility based on capacity, readiness and
modernization. It averts miscalculations by potential
adversaries.



SHAPE
: The Army shapes the environment by
sustaining strong relationships with other Armies,
building their capacity, and facilitating strategic access.



WIN
: If prevention fails, the Army rapidly applies its
combined arms capabilities to dominate the
environment and win decisively.

ARMY P
-
S
-
W STRATEGY


Support the
Warfighter


Instill a Culture of Efficiency & Resourcefulness


Consolidate & Optimize our Capabilities


Provide Global Expeditionary Logistics


Network the Logistics Enterprise


Build Partner Capability

AMC VISION 2020

Must Dos

Effective SA

Programs

Supporting

NSS

Essential Component of Prevent
-

Shape
-

Win

FOCUSING ON THE FUTURE

Support to Warfight

EDRB Management of Warfight

Acquisition and Delivery of Systems

Separated Process

BRAC Aftermath

Maintain … Support to New NSS and P
-
S
-
W

Dynamic Management of Global FMS Program

… + Sustainment … + Training

Improved Integration with AMC as LMI

HQs / Enterprise “Reset”




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2012

2013

2015

20??

2014

Strategic Engagement

“See” the Enterprise

Lead the Enterprise

Train the Enterprise

Lead the Command

SECURITY
ASSISTANCE
TODAY


Support War

Exit
Strategies



Support 140+

Partner

Nations



Reactive SA

Processes



Various
Strategies/

Authorities





Improving

US Strategic
Partners

Transformed
Effective
Processes

Build Partner

Capacity

Support
COCOM
Engagement
Strategies




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USASAC

256
-
450
-
5952

OMBUDSMAN / COMPETITION

ADVOCATE

AMCOM

256
-
876
-
6659


CECOM

443
-
861
-
5264

JMC

309
-
782
-
1002

PEO
-
STRI

407
-
384
-
3770

TACOM

586
-
282
-
6597




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