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全国の仲間へ、4月5日の宮古島駐屯地「ミサイル部隊発足式典」抗議行動に結集を!!

宮古島より:


関連記事:3月21日、宮古島で「陸自ミサイル強行配備抗議」3・21集会とデモ。
http://ryukyuheiwa.blog.fc2.com/blog-entry-879.html
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http://ryukyuheiwa.blog.fc2.com/blog-entry-876.html
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http://ryukyuheiwa.blog.fc2.com/blog-entry-875.html




許せない!宮古島駐屯地「3.26ミサイル部隊編成・4.5発足式典」
4月5日午前9時30分千代田へ!
4月5日の「ミサイル部隊発足式典」抗議行動に結集を!!


0405式典抗議



米海兵隊を始めとする米軍再編と連動した、
自衛隊配備・強化が加速化する奄美大島、宮古島、石垣島。

3月25日の琉球新報で報道された、米海兵隊の再編をNHKが取り上げる。(ページ下部に掲載)
米海兵隊の再編の最新資料として THE DRIVE COM 「The War Zone」 をページ最下段に掲載しています

3月27日 NHK沖縄 NEWS WEB
米海兵隊 沖縄に沿岸連隊配備へ



アメリカ海兵隊は今後10年間の軍の再編計画をまとめ、中国のミサイル能力に対抗するために、沖縄に新たに編成した部隊を配備する計画を明らかにしました。

アメリカ海兵隊トップのバーガー総司令官は、26日、今後10年間の軍の再編計画をまとめた「2030年の部隊設計」を公表しました。

この中で、中国がミサイル部隊を増強してアメリカ軍の接近を拒む能力を強化していることに強い警戒感を示し、「敵のミサイルとの交戦が想定される域内で、迅速に機動できる能力が必要不可欠だ」としています。

そのうえで、ミサイル能力と機動性を兼ね備えた「沿岸連隊」を新たに編成し、沖縄に駐留する第3海兵遠征軍に配備する計画を明らかにしました。

一方、アメリカ海兵隊全体として、再編によって確保した予算でミサイルやロケットの部隊を現在の7から21に増強し、無人機を運用する部隊も3から6に倍増させることを明らかにしました。

アメリカ軍は陸軍でも、再来年までに最新鋭のミサイルを運用する新たな任務部隊をアジア太平洋地域の2か所に配備する計画を進めていて、中国に対抗するための部隊の再編が進んでいます。



3月26日、宮古島には昨年の警備隊380名に続き「地対空ミサイル部隊」は「第7高射特科群」など180名が長崎から移駐、「地対艦ミサイル部隊」は60名の「第302地対艦ミサイル中隊」が新編配備。


3月27日昼のニュースRBC NEWS「宮古島陸自 ミサイル部隊を新配置」
https://youtu.be/cEgIzNrps6g



宮古島陸自 ミサイル部隊を新配置

陸上自衛隊は26日、宮古島駐屯地に地対空・地対艦ミサイル部隊を新たに配置しました。
宮古島駐屯地に新たに配置されたのは地対空と地対艦のミサイル部隊です。
地対空ミサイル部隊として長崎から第7高射特科群がおよそ180人移駐したほか地対艦ミサイル部隊のおよそ60人が新たに編成され駐屯地は警備部隊と合わせて700人規模となります。

駐屯地の前では新たな部隊の配置に反対する市民らが抗議を行いました。
「断固反対です。去年警備隊が来て、その上にまたミサイル部隊です。ミサイル搭載車両も搬入されています」
「静かな田園地帯になぜこのような攻撃力の強いミサイル部隊の配備なのかというのがまず疑問ですね」(市民)

陸上自衛隊は来月5日に配備完了を記念した式典を開催する予定です。


3月27日 QAB Qプラス
宮古陸自にミサイル部隊が発足




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3月27日の琉球新報紙面

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3月27日の沖縄タイムス紙面

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3月27日の宮古毎日紙面

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3月27日の八重山毎日紙面

3月26日のSMさんFB投稿動画より
3月26日宮古島千代田駐屯地前でミサイル部隊「編成完結式」に抗議!
https://youtu.be/xsSFvpo7c4U



3月26日千代田駐屯地前、地対艦ミサイル部隊、地対空ミサイル部隊の「編成完結式」に対し、しっかりと自衛隊員に訴え、編成完結式に抗議する皆さん。
*今日は私達の永遠の同志、佛原行夫さんの七回忌(6周年の命日)彼の命日にふさわしい抗議行動でした!

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3月25日の琉球新報紙面

3月25日 宮古毎日
陸自部隊の配置準備整う/栗田群長ら宮古入り
宮古島駐屯地 約720人規模へ/関係者らが出迎え


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栗田群長(手前左)らを出迎え、握手する垣花副会長(同右)=23日、宮古空港

陸上自衛隊宮古島駐屯地に移駐が決まった中距離地対空誘導弾部隊などが所属する陸上自衛隊第7高射特科群長の栗田昌彦1等陸佐をはじめ各中隊の隊長らが23日、宮古入りした。同群は3月中にも編成される見通しで、栗田群長らが宮古入りしたことで宮古島駐屯地に配置されるほぼ全ての部隊の配置準備が整った。

今回、移駐してきたのは第7高射特科群の本部や本部管理中隊、第346高射中隊、第307高射搬送通信中隊の一部。同駐屯地ではこれまで宮古警備隊が約400人体制だったが同群の配置で約720人体制になる。

この日は、栗田群長をはじめ各中隊の隊長や科長らが宮古入り。他の隊員らはすでに宮古入りしているほか必要な車両などもすでに搬入を終えている。同群は1974年に編成され、長崎県大村市にある陸上自衛隊竹松駐屯地に駐屯していた。

同日、宮古空港では宮古地区自衛隊協力会(野津武彦会長)、同自衛隊家族会(池村英三会長)、隊友会宮古島支部(曽田真治支部長)のメンバーや宮古警備部隊の隊員らが同群の隊員の宮古入りを歓迎する横断幕などを準備し盛大に出迎えた。

同協力隊の垣花健志副会長は「1年前に陸上自衛隊が宮古島に配備されたことをうれしく思う。また、第7高射特科郡長の栗田1佐をはじめ隊員の皆さんの宮古入りを心より歓迎する。先島をはじめ宮古島の防衛のため、崇高な使命を持って頑張ってほしい」などと述べた。

これに栗田群長は「3団体の皆さんの歓迎ありがとう。このたび、宮古島に駐屯することになった。これから隊員や部隊がこの地域の気候や文化に慣れ、練度を維持することや地域の皆さんと共に歩んでいく体制を作っていきたい。皆さんの協力なしにはうまくいかないのでご助言をいただきたい。宮古島駐屯地に所在する各部隊と一体となり共に歩んでいきたい」と意気込みを語った。


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再掲
宮古島千代田陸自新基地建設工事・保良「弾薬庫・射撃訓練場」建設工事への抗議行動レポート(50) より
http://ryukyuheiwa.blog.fc2.com/blog-entry-878.html


宮古島で進む戦争準備

宮古に配備された12式地対艦ミサイル(SSM)、03式地対空ミサイル(中SAM)車両と、奄美に配備されている車両を比較するとその役割がよくわかる(奄美の写真は提供Kさん)

長崎の西部方面隊第7高射特科群の一個中隊と本部が、宮古へやって来ると記述がある。(出典:ウィキペディア)

①地対空ミサイル:03式中距離地対空誘導弾

03式中距離地対空誘導弾

第7高射特科群 長崎県竹松駐屯地
2018年3月:第346高射中隊が新編。03式中距離地対空誘導弾を初装備。
2020年3月:群本部及び1個高射中隊(第346高射中隊)が宮古島駐屯地へ移駐予定。

②地対艦ミサイル:12式地対艦誘導弾

12式地対艦誘導弾

第5地対艦ミサイル連隊 熊本県健軍駐屯地
2016年3月:12式地対艦誘導弾が配備される
2019年3月:第301地対艦ミサイル中隊が新編され奄美大島の瀬戸内分屯地に駐屯
2020年3月:第302地対艦ミサイル中隊を新編し宮古島駐屯地に配備予定
時期未定 :第303地対艦ミサイル中隊を石垣島に配備予定

奥の4台が12式地対艦ミサイル(SSM)車両(宮古・千代田)
隣の4台のトラックが、再装填用車両のよう。

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左側の手前3台目から8台が中SAM車両。8台の内手前3台が再装填用車両、その奥2台がレーダー車両、その奥の3台が中SAM発射車両(宮古・千代田)

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左の3台が発射車両、その右の3台が再装填用車両、右2台がレーダー車両(奄美)全く同じ配備だ。

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発射筒を再装填しているところ(奄美)

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レーダー車両、ケーブルで繋いでいる(奄美)

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参考資料

THE DRIVE COM
The War Zone
https://www.thedrive.com/the-war-zone/32703/marines-to-radically-remodel-force-cutting-tanks-howitzers-in-favor-of-drones-missiles

Marines To Radically Remodel Force, Cutting Tanks, Howitzers In Favor Of Drones, Missiles

The Marine Corps says the ambitious shift toward smaller units, distributed operations, and unmanned capabilities is essential to staying relevant.

By Joseph TrevithickMarch 23, 2020


The U.S. Marine Corps has an ambitious 10-year transformation plan that could see the service eliminate its entire tank force, dramatically scale back howitzer batteries, and cut a significant number of aviation units in favor of land-based rocket artillery and stand-off missile launchers and unmanned aircraft. The proposal follows an already dramatic announcement from the Corps' top officer last year about the need to move away from reliance on large traditional amphibious warfare ships, something The War Zone explored in depth. All of this is rooted in the prevailing view that Marines will have to fight in small groups and in a distributed fashion in any major conflict in the future, especially in the Pacific region, in order to remain relevant.

The Wall Street Journal was the first to report on the Marines plans for the radical shift on Mar. 23, 2020. The newspaper interviewed Marine
Corps Commandant General David Berger about his proposal, which would fundamentally change the face of his service for years to come.

"China, in terms of military capability, is the pacing threat," Berger told the Journal. "If we did nothing, we would be passed."

"I have come to the conclusion that we need to contract the size of the Marine Corps to get quality," he added.

“The wargames do show that, absent significant change, the Marine Corps will not be in a position to be relevant" in a high-end conflict against a “peer competitor,” U.S. Marine Corps Lieutenant General Eric Smith, head of the Marine Corps Combat Development Command, also explained to the Journal. Berger had been head of this command, which is responsible for developing new and improved concepts of operations for the Corps, before becoming Commandant.

Berger's contraction is significant and wide-ranging. Over the next decade, he wants to shrink the entire size of the Corps from approximately 189,000 personnel to 170,000.

To do this, he would get rid of a number of units, including all seven existing Marine tank companies, along with their M1 Abrams and support vehicles. Three bridging companies, necessary to get those heavy vehicles across waterways, would go get shuttered. Marine armored vehicles fleets would be limited to the service's existing fleet of LAV-25 8x8 wheeled armored vehicles and its new Amphibious Combat Vehicles (ACV), another 8x8 wheeled design. The ACV will increasingly supplant the tracked Assault Amphibious Vehicles (AAV) in the coming years.

“We need an Army with lots of tanks," Berger said. "We don’t need a Marine Corps with tanks."

The total number of 155mm howitzer batteries would also drop from 21 to just five. Three of the 24 infantry battalions are also set to get cut under the plan, though the Marines have talked about increasing the size of infantry squads, and by extension the remaining infantry units, at the same time.

The total number of Marine fighter attack squadrons, all of which are transitioning to variants of the F-35, would remain at 18. However, the size of each of these squadrons will shrink from 16 aircraft to just 10, according to a separate report from USNI News.

Three MV-22B Osprey tilt-rotor squadrons, two light attack helicopter squadrons equipped with AH-1Z Vipers and UH-1Y Venoms, and three heavy helicopter squadrons are all set to get cut from the overall force structure. The latter of these units are equipped with CH-53E Super Stallion helicopters, which are set to get replaced by CH-53K King Stallions. Trimming those squadrons could impact the total number of CH-53Ks, which have had a long-troubled development, the Marines expect to buy in the end.

Despite this contraction, Berger is planning to make additions, as well, including tripling the size of land-based rocket artillery and stand-off missile units from seven to 21. This would include M142 High Mobility Artillery Rocket Systems (HIMARS) launchers that the Marines want to be able to fire Naval Strike Missile anti-ship missiles in the future, in addition to 227mm guided artillery rockets and short-range quasi-ballistic missiles. The Corps is also planning to introduce land-based launchers able to fire the Tomahawk cruise missile.

The Marines' unmanned aircraft force would also double in size, from three to six squadrons. The service is very much in the process of defining exactly how it envisions the composition of these drone fleets. In its most recent budget request for the 2021 Fiscal Year, submitted as part of the larger U.S. Navy proposal, the Corps' revealed that it was reassessing its Marine Air Ground Task Force Unmanned Aircraft System Expeditionary program, or MUX, as well as scaling back plans to acquire MQ-9 Reapers in the interim.

The present plan includes exploring a "system of systems" that could including various smaller drones, as well as larger, land-based unmanned aircraft. The original MUX concept, which you can read about in more detail in this past War Zone piece, had envisioned large Marine unmanned aircraft capable of performing various complex roles and intended to operate from large amphibious warships.

The Marines would also add another squadron of KC-130J Hercules aerial refueling tankers, which can also serve as airlifters and gunships.

These massive force structure changes are driven in part by budgetary concerns, as well as a new, over-arching operating concept the Marines have been experimenting with, on paper and during exercises, called Expeditionary Advance Base Operations (EABO), for some years now. EABO is heavily center on an idea of an island-hopping blitzkrieg of sorts during a major conflict in the Pacific region where ground units could easily find themselves distributed across a front thousands of miles long separated by large expanses of water.

Unlike the other U.S. military services, even the U.S. Army, the Marines do not expect to have the capacity to conduct large-scale stand-off operations and plan to fight almost exclusively inside "the weapons engagement zone" of a potential opponent, such as China, according to the Journal. China, in particular, has invested significant resources in the development and fielding of anti-access and area denial capabilities, including air, sea, and ground-launched anti-ship cruise missiles, as well as medium and intermediate-range ballistic missiles, including air-launched ones, some of which carry hypersonic boost-glide vehicles or that may have anti-ship capabilities. Longer-range surface-to-air missiles and supporting sensors are also part of the picture. All of this forces large traditional amphibious warfare ships to operate further and further from actual objectives, limiting the ability of the Marine Corps in its present configuration to contribute in the minds of Berger and other senior service officials.

Under the EABO concept, smaller elements of Marines would use air assaults and smaller ships, including unmanned surface vessels, to seize control of small islands and rapidly set up forward operating bases. Unmanned platforms, including drones, unmanned ships, and unmanned ground vehicles, including remotely-operated mobile artillery systems, would be important to giving these Marine units additional capabilities without the need for significant amounts of additional manpower.

Missile units, especially with anti-ship missiles, would then be able to conduct strikes on hostile ships from this constellation of island outposts. Depending on the facilities available or that could be readily made available, they might also support forward manned or unmanned aviation operations. Targeting data from forward-deployed Marine units would also be passed back to other assets, including Navy ships and U.S. Air Force aircraft, which could then conduct their own stand-off attacks.

To keep the enemy on edge and to prevent them from effectively counter-attacking, Marines would reposition from one outpost to another every 48 to 72 hours. Decoy movements, which could be physical or generated using electronic warfare systems, would further confuse the enemy. Constantly changing positions would also enable Marines to attack from different vectors, forcing an opponent to be constantly evaluating their own defenses and potentially spreading their forces thin to protect against all avenues of attack.

"The Marine Corps will have three Marine Littoral Regiments (MLRs) organized, trained, and equipped to accomplish sea denial and sea control within actively contested maritime spaces as part of a modernized III MEF [Marine Expeditionary Force]," U.S. Marine Corps Major Joshua Benson, a Marine Corps Combat Development Command spokesperson, separately told USNI News in a statement. "This Pacific posture will be augmented by three globally deployable Marine Expeditionary Units (MEUs) that possess both traditional and Expeditionary Advanced Base capabilities that can deploy with non-standard Amphibious Ready Groups.”

In principle, the EABO concept certainly presents a number of potential benefits. There are also real questions about just how viable it would be in practice, especially from a logistical standpoint.

In his interview with the Journal, General Berger highlighted how 3D printing in small field workshops could help manufacture on-demand replacement parts to support distributed operations. But you can't 3D print fuel, water, ammunition, or food. Water is a resource that U.S. military units particularly take for granted and which is absolutely essential to any operation.

The fuel demands for modern U.S. military units are also only increasing as more and more is required on a daily basis to power the generators that supply electricity for ground-based sensors, communications systems, living facilities, and more. There is work being done on alternate battlefield power concepts, including small nuclear reactors and hydrogen fuel cells, but these efforts are still in the very early stages of development.

The Marines have been looking at various distributed logistics concepts, including using unmanned ships and expendable supply drones, and even seaplanes, as ways to get critical supplies to forward units with limited risk. None of these proposals entirely eliminate supply chain disruption that could potentially have serious impacts on the ability of Marine units to operate under the EABO concept.

"Some of the capabilities we assume might pan out, will not pan out, and other technological things will come along that we have not even considered," Berger told the Journal. He described his plan “as an aim point" and that the Corps would "monitor the threat all along as we go."

It certainly remains to be seen how much of the Commandant's ambitious proposal comes to fruition. However, it is clear that the Marine Corps' present senior leadership sees radical changes as essential to ensure that the force continues to be useful in future major wars, especially in the Pacific region.

Contact the author: joe@thedrive.com



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