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Joint Training Environment Requirements Update Brief WJTSC 09-1 24 March 2009 Mr. Tom Williams Senior Requirements Officer Joint Training Environment Requirements.

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1 Joint Training Environment Requirements Update Brief WJTSC March 2009 Mr. Tom Williams Senior Requirements Officer Joint Training Environment Requirements Division

2 Assess JTE & Collect Validate & Prioritize Sort & Refine Prioritized List of Valid Joint Training Environment Requirements Ready To Fund and Execute Solution Packages Resource Solutions Execute Development or Acquisition Ready To Field Joint Training Environment Solutions Field Solutions Sustain The Joint Training Environment Transition Solutions a relevant and effective joint training environment JFCOM Training Development Process Requirements Phase Solutions Phase Development Phase Fielding, Transition, and Sustainment Phase ResearchPotentialSolutions IdentifyPotentialSolutions DevelopPotentialSolutions

3 33 JTE Requirements Division Mission Statement Identify shortfalls in the joint training environment (JTE) and develop a prioritized list of validated requirements that will result in the JTE more accurately representing the joint operating environment (JOE)

4 Joint Training Environment Working Definition (Doctrine Reviewed): The training setting in which all joint systems, personnel, and equipment required to execute a given task in the Joint Operating Environment are present or accurately replicated to enable the specific training objectives being sought A shared and integrated, globally-available, live, virtual, and constructive (LVC) training component where combatant command, Service, multinational, and governmental and nongovernmental organization programs, sites, and systems interact to plan, prepare, execute, and assess joint training

5 Requirements Process Focus Joint Training Environment Shortfalls will be submitted to Joint Training Environment Requirements Division via Service, COCOM, or CSA representative JNTC Accreditation/Certification shortfalls will be input to Requirements Division and be included on the Prioritized joint training environment Requirements List

6 Requirements Phase Endstate (Deliverable) A prioritized list of validated, measurable, and actionable requirements that meet operational training needs to enable building a relevant and effective joint training environment 6

7 TD Battle Rhythm (6 Month Cycle) WJTSC Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec JTERC JLVC-TE Conf. JLVC-TE Conf Dec 08: JTERC Feb 09: JLVC-TE Mar 09: WJTSC Jun 09: JTERC 09-2

8 Joint Training Environment Requirements Process Assess & Collect Sort & Refine InternalValidation/PrioritizationExternalValidation/Prioritization Joint Training Environment Issue Prioritized Joint Training Environment RequirementsList Joint Training Environment EnvironmentShortfalls JNTC Accreditation/ Certification COCOM/ Service/ CSA Input JWFCCommanderApproval JTESolutionsDivision

9 Issue Prioritization Guidance For Development of the Force (Prioritized in GDF) CJCSN High Interest Training Issues (Prioritized based on GDF) High Interest Training Requirements (Prioritized based on GDF) Common Issues among Services/ COCOMs/CSAs Results then weighted 50/50 with COI issue submitter balloting for final Prioritization

10 JTERC 09-1 Issues (Priority Sequence) 1. Resolve current substantial, unsustainable reliance on role players. (USJFCOM) 2. Develop ability to replicate the Joint Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR) data collection and dissemination environment. (Navy) 3. Develop the ability to model and war game strategic-national level decision capability. (USSTRATCOM) 4. Develop greater fidelity for some training facility instrumentation. (USJFCOM) 5. Achieve better integration of Joint Training Enablers at the Company/Small Unit level. (USJFCOM) 6. Provide realistic opportunities for greater cultural immersion. (USJFCOM) 7. Increase role player resources in support of Global exercise series. (USSTRATCOM) 8. Achieve consistency in individual combat skills for IW throughout the joint community. (USJFCOM)

11 JTERC 09-1 Issues (Continued) 9. Provide an authoritative source of DOD visual databases and virtual terrain/weather databases for joint and interoperable training. (USJFCOM) 10. Increase availability of General Purpose Forces (GPF)/Special Operations Forces (SOF) integration training. (USJFCOM) 11. Provide persistent LVC integration of ground forces with Navy sponsored Strike Group training events. (Navy) 12. Increase the capability to provide interagency role players. (USSOUTHCOM) 13. Develop the capability to share information (CDS/MLS) from distributed/remote locations. (USSOUTHCOM) 14. Develop a Navy Expeditionary Combat Command Irregular Warfare Immersive Trainer. (Navy) 15. Provide a persistent Joint Fires Network environment. (Navy) 16. Provide a Space Operations model and simulation capability for Global exercise program. (USSTRATCOM)

12 JTERC 09-1 Issues (Continued) 17. Develop a credible OPFOR Information Operations (IO) capability. (Navy) 18. Develop an operational missile systems exercise/training mode model and simulation capability. (USSTRATCOM) 19. Provide the capability to field a basic, standard, Joint Task Force (JTF) training package. (USSOUTHCOM) 20. Provide automated tools to support scenario/MSEL development and to manage the on-going exercise. (USJFCOM) 21. Provide the capability to exchange data with coalition participants without incurring threats to sensitive/restricted network information (MLS/CDS). (Navy) 22. Provide the capability to exercise missile missions in a multi- echelon, multi-domain LVC environment. (USNORTHCOM) 23. Provide additional Deployable Training Team support. (USSOUTHCOM) 24. Provide an air mission dynamic training capability. (USNORTHCOM)

13 JTERC 09-1 Issues (Continued) 25. Provide a persistent Joint Force (Blue) Integrated Air Defense System (IADS) training environment. (Navy) 26. Provide for the integration of Navy Expeditionary Combat Command (NECC) forces for Defense Support of Civil Authorities (DSCA) missions in USNORTHCOM AOR training events. (Navy) 27. Provide increased cyber threat realism in the Joint Training Environment for general joint exercises. (USMC) 28. Provide for the integration of Navy Expeditionary Combat Command (NECC) forces for Humanitarian Assistance (HA)/Disaster Relief (DR) missions in JOA exercises. (Navy) 29. Provide increased capability to conduct LVC home station training. (USPACOM)

14 JTE Requirements Way Ahead Items Develop business rules for integrating Accreditation/Certification driven issues into the JTERC process. –WG led by JTE Programs Division (LtCol Cloud). –WG to use Emerald Warrior (24 A/C Issues) as a test case. –WG to report out to CAPT Kovach by 10 APR –Brief to JTERC COI (via VTC or June JTERC). –Brief to T2 JNTC Corporate Board. Bigger scope Joint Requirements Process. –OSD P&R, JS J7, USJFCOM J7 ongoing discussions. –Significant resource issues.

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