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1 Chief, Space and Missile Defense C4 Division/J66 13 Dec 2011
USSTRATCOM Update Chief, Space and Missile Defense C4 Division/J66 13 Dec 2011 This briefing is classified: UNCLASSIFIED This slide is classified: UNCLASSIFIED

2 Overview USSTRATCOM Responsibilities
- Component Commanders - Headquarters Staff Organizational Events Since Last Conference Roles and Responsibilities Milestones Since Last Conference International Agreements What’s Over The Horizon Points of Contact UNCLASSIFIED

3 USSTRATCOM Responsibilities
Plan and Execute Strategic Deterrence & Nuclear Operations Space Cyberspace Global Strike Combating WMD Plan, Integrate & Synchronize Missile Defense Intelligence, Surveillance, & Reconnaissance Information Operations UNCLASSIFIED UNCLASSIFIED

Component Commanders USSTRATCOM Gen Kehler JFCC GS Maj Gen Wilson 8th Air Force JFCC ISR LTG Burgess DIA USCYBERCOM GEN Alexander NSA JFCC IMD LTG Formica Army SMDC SCC WMD Mr. Myers DTRA Component Structure: U.S. Strategic Command's day-to-day planning and execution for the primary mission areas is done by a sub-unified command (USCYBERCOM) and the following USSTRATCOM components: U.S. Cyber Command Ft. Meade, MD – USCYBERCOM plans, coordinates, integrates, synchronizes, and conducts activities to: direct the operations and defense of specified Department of Defense information networks and; prepare to, and when directed, conduct full-spectrum military cyberspace operations in order to enable actions in all domains, ensure US/Allied freedom of action in cyberspace and deny the same to our adversaries. (more) JFCC - Global Strike (JFCC-GS) Offutt AFB, NE – Conducts kinetic (nuclear and conventional) and non-kinetic effects planning. GS manages global force activities to assure allies and to deter and dissuade actions detrimental to the United States and its global interests; should deterrence fail, employs global strike forces in support of combatant commander. (more) JFCC - Space (JFCC-Space) Vandenberg AFB, CA – Continuously coordinates, plans, integrates, commands and controls space operations to provide tailored, responsive, local and global effects, and on order, denies the enemy the same, in support of national, USSTRATCOM, and combatant commander objectives. (more) JFCC - Integrated Missile Defense (JFCC-IMD) Schriever AFB, CO – Synchronizes operational-level global missile defense planning, operations support, and the development of missile defense effects for DoD. When directed, also provides alternate missile defense execution support. (more) JFCC - Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (JFCC-ISR) Bolling AFB, Washington, D.C. – Identifies and recommends appropriate resources to meet high priority intelligence requirements. Essentially, ISR helps ensure the best use of resources to provide decision makers and troops with crucial information when and where they need. (more) USSTRATCOM Center for Combating Weapons of Mass Destruction (SCC-WMD) Fort Belvoir, VA – Provides the Defense Department with expertise in contingency and crisis planning to interdict and eliminate the proliferation or use of Weapons of Mass Destruction. (more) Joint Warfare Analysis Center (JWAC) Dahlgren, VA – The Joint Warfare Analysis Center (JWAC) provides combatant commands, Joint Staff, and other customers with precise technical solutions in order to carry out the national security and military strategies of the United States. JWAC maintains and enhances its ability to conduct comprehensive technical analysis. JWAC has evolved from a small program office into a joint command of more than 500 personnel. As it grew, it became part of the Joint Chiefs of Staff(1) in 1994, and then was spun-off as an independent joint command subordinate to Joint Forces Command (formerly Atlantic Command) in In July 2011, JWAC was realigned as a subordinate to Strategic Command as part of the 2010 Department of Defense efficiency initiative. JFCC SPACE Lt Gen Helms 14th Air Force JIOWC Mr. Johnson JWAC Col Orr UNCLASSIFIED

5 USSTRATCOM Headquarters Organization as of Aug 11
CC Gen Kehler CD VADM Haney CS MG Grimsley J1 Col LoCastro CCC CSM Alston J3 Maj Gen Biscone J5 Maj Gen Desjardins J8 Mr. Callicutt J9 Mr. Gandy J4 CAPT Jennings J7 Mr. McVay J2 Brig Gen George J6 Ms Kelley UNCLASSIFIED

6 Organizational Events Since Last Conference

7 USJFCOM Disestablishment
References: Resource Management Decision 703A2, 25 Jan 11 SecDef Memo United States Joint Forces Command Disestablishment, 9 Feb 11 SecDef Memo, Reassignment and Realignment of USJFCOM Organizations and Functions, 27 Apr 11 Organizational Transfers: Joint SATCOM & Integration Branch (J66) Joint Frequency Management Office (J66) Joint COMSEC Management Office (J67) Effective Date: 1 July 2011 Status: IOC Complete; FOC 1 Oct 2011 UNCLASSIFIED

8 Branch Responsibilities
J662 Policy/Guidance: CJCSI 6250 EMI Inter Agency Coordination SI 714-5 EMI Reporting (JSIR/BLACKCAT/WILDCAT) Space/ EMI OPORDs Geolocation CA/IA (MOUs) Forums: MCEB Space Panel RAIDRS ICT PIRT/SERT/JEMSCC JSIR Conference Programs: RAIDRS Eagle Sentry Series Silent Sentry Project SPIRIT PIEDMONT BROADBANDPLAN* LIGHTSQUARED* SHARED CJCSI/M MCEB Panel Spectrum PPBE OPLAN CONPLAN Comm Plans Annex K Electronic Warfare Operations/ Exercises/ Experiments GCCs Spectrum Meetings J667 Policy/Guidance CJCSI 3320 Series DODI 4650 NAOC, E-6B, GEPS, DC2Ns, MR-TCDL Forums: MCEB Frequency Panel GEMSIS CCB JSIR Conference JEMSCC Programs GEMSIS CJSMPT SPECTRUM XXIO Bold Quest/ Empire Challenge BROADBANDPLAN* LIGHTSQUARED*

9 JS/J6 Task Transition References:
Resource Management Decision 700A3, TF-J6-001 Joint Staff & USSTRATCOM MOU, Transfer of Functions and Associated Resources USSTRATCOM assumed the following tasks: Chair the Joint SATCOM Panel Provide VIP SATCOM Travel Support Advocate for Special users and non-DoD users Support electro-magnetic interference resolution Support resolution of EMI in conjunction with Department of Sate and Host Nations Submit updates to CJCS SATCOM Issuances Draft update to CJCSI D-1 Formulate SATCOM resource actions for Joint Staff Authorize SATCOM terminal deployment UNCLASSIFIED

10 Roles & Responsibilities

11 Policy & Procedure Roles
Primary Focus Supporting SATCOM Operational Manager (SOM) (CDRUSSTRATCOM) Direct engineering analyses and other performance-related studies Develop and implement processes for detection and identification of international SATCOM EMI and jamming. Develop EMI/jamming resolution COAs in conjunction with JS and JSC. Publishes procedures (SI 714-5) for resolution of non-jamming interference on MILSAT and COMMSAT. Support DoD Interoperability Communications Event (DICE), Joint User Interoperability Communications Event (JUICE). Manage apportioned frequencies supporting exercises Bold Quest and Global Thunder as well as various experiments and Electronic Attack (EA) events to include Multi-National Forces . Participate in MCEB forums Slide # 14 UNCLASSIFIED

12 Program & Execution Roles
Global SATCOM Electromagnetic Interference/Attack Assessments Current systems: UFO, DSCS/WGS, Milstar, Commercial Future systems: AEHF, MUOS, IPS Spectrum advisor to Purposeful Interference Resolution Team (PIRT), chaired by STRATCOM J31, mil/commercial joint effort on EMI resolution SATCOM Geo-Location and Remediation Efforts Eagle Sentry, SPIRIT, RAIDRS, and “others” Support COCOM Mobile Training Team deployments with subject matter experts to various theaters as needed. Provide support at the DoD TF UAS Frequency & Bandwidth IPT chaired by DoD CIO. Operational Sponsor and User Representative for the Global Electromagnetic Spectrum Information System (GEMSIS). Orchestrate Multi-Role Tactical Common Data Link (MR-TCDL) and High Altitude Electromagnetic Pulse (HEMP) testing and assignments. USSTRATCOM has several global mission areas; the three operational areas are: Strategic Deterrence, Space Ops, and Cyberspace…SPACE OPS = SOM USSTRATCOM spectrum management not traditional CONUS base support or geographic COCOM support for frequencies – we work closely with JTF-GNO (Global SATCOM Support Center) to resolve global SATCOM interference issues and write policy - PIRT—Purposeful Interference Resolution Team, chaired by Mr. Dave Gay, STRATCOM J66. Unified effort to share information between DoD, national, and commercial interests to track down interference sources by using resources between all entities GEOLOCATION efforts—Global SATCOM is a high-demand, low-availability resource vulnerable to intentional/non-intentional uplink interference. Geolocation systems an ever-increasing need to protect MILSAT and COMMSAT SDB review--STRATCOM has Technical and operational review; inputs reviewed at monthly Joint SATCOM Panel International Partners section work with US partner nations to coord use of each other’s resources POLICY—714-5 explained in that slide (hyperlink to on this slide—to return, hit “return” button on the slide) Also, a hyperlink to CJCSI 6250, also has a return button. Strategic Deterrence—Nuclear Command & Control (NC2) systems WMD—standoff detection systems BMD—Ballistic Missile Defense Systems Slide # 15 UNCLASSIFIED

13 Milestones Since Last Conference

14 Global Electromagnetic Spectrum Information System (GEMSIS)
USSTRATCOM J666 JFMO 02 Dec 2009 USJFCOM was designated as the Operational Sponsor and Use representative for the GEMSIS program. 01 Jun 2011 USSTRATCOM was designated as the Operational Sponsor / User representative for the GEMSIS program. 17 Nov 2011 briefed the C4/Cyber Functional Capabilities Board (FCB) on Increment 2 Capabilities Development Document. Slide # 17

15 Major Events/Efforts in 2011
Empire Challenge and Bold Quest 11 Successful execution and EA events Performed multiple reverse Mode 5 operations with multi-national partners Interference Resolution: Engaged with Brazil (GoB) through FCC and DoS to assist in EMI mitigation. Monthly statistics and EMI geolocations provided to GoB to aid in law enforcement activity within their country. USSTRATCOM CAT 1 exercises included Live Fire events to test and further refine our process/procedures (SI 714-5)

16 Major Events/Efforts in 2011
Light Squared Activities USSTRATCOM MEMO sent to OSD/ DoD CIO to ensure operational concerns were addressed. Awaiting final assessment of testing results/report. MHz Spectrum Feasibility Study Provided OSD/JS COCOM operational impacts. Awaiting consolidated recommendation to validate impacts.

17 If we don’t have spectrum, we cant fight!
Major Events/Efforts in 2011 Rapid Attack Identification, Detection, and Reporting System (RAIDRS) RAIDRS is a Space Situational Awareness (SSA) and Defensive Space Control (DSC) system designed to: Detect, Identify, Characterize, Geolocate, and Report SATCOM EMIC-, X-, Ku-, and UHF bands. On track to meet IOC (Sep 12) and FOC (Sep 13) Hawaii - Cement poured, Shelter in place, equipment on site Cape Canaveral - Cement pads and ring-walls poured Misawa - Site design complete, site prep begins Nov 11 Kapaun - Site design kickoff Nov 11 (in-progress) CENTCOM - Basing Decision Memorandum awaiting Gen Shelton’s approval. If we don’t have spectrum, we cant fight! Slide # 20

18 IW Implementation Integrated Waveform Implementation
Achieved Initial Operational Capability (IOC) as of 20 May 2011 Force multiplier needed for our UHF community DISA/NS CYBERCOM/GSSC NNWC ARSTRAT/G6 2400 DAMA – Demand-Assigned, Multiple Access MELP – Mixed Excitation Linear Prediction IW – Integrated Waveform Single 25-kHz Channel with Today’s DAMA with “IW” A 25kHz channel typically supports one non-DAMA network A 25-kHz DAMA Channel supports up to 5 simultaneous 2.4k Voice networks A 25-kHz IW Channel supports average of 12 simultaneous 2.4k Voice networks Dedicated Channel Today’s DAMA Integrated Waveform (IW) UNCLASSIFIED

19 International Agreements
US-AUS MOU - Communication Arrangements (CAs) are established for SHF/UHF/GEO - Implementation Arrangements (IAs) for anchoring at Landstuhl and Wahiawa OSD-UK MOU - OSD-UK CA developed, titled “Defense Communications MOU - Current USSTRATCOM/UK SATCOM MOU converted to a CA - Signed IAs for SHF/UHF/Geo-location US-Italy MOU - Signed CAs for SHF & UHF - Exchanging UHF channels for NATO support Spain Draft MOU - In final stages for staffing package to CJCS for authority to approve - Will develop a SHF CA after approval AUS: MOU signed 9 Sept 05 by Gen James E Cartwright, 26 Sept 05 by LTG Ken Gillespie UHF signed 21 Feb 06 by MG Roosevelt Mercer Jr, 17 Mar 06 by BG PA Acutt SHF signed18 Mar 06 by BG PA Acutt, 17 Apr by MG Roosevelt Mercer Jr United Kingdom: OSD-UK “Defense Communications” signed 21 Sep 07 by Air Vice Marshal Bob Allan, signed 26 Sep 07 by Mr John Grimes US-UK MOU to CA signed 4 May 07 by RGJ Ward, signed 10 May 07 by Gen James Cartwright SHF IA signed 15 April 08 by Mr Harold Haney and Cdr Andy Vandome OSD Overarching Communications MOU with UK signed last week of Sep 07 Currently working further SHF/UHF/Geolocation Communication Arrangements (CA'S) with the UK. US is currently supporting UK missions ongoing in the PAC and in Canada. US assisted Italy when they lost control of their SICRAL satellite. SICRAL 1B (SHF/UHF/EHF) will launch next year on a US vehicle and will be a viable asset to support AFRICOM/NATO All Balkan UHF requirements is being transitioned to SICRAL and will be completed Sep 08. US received SHF support this year for the Talisman Saber 07 Exercise AUS currently using a 25KHz UHF Frequency Slide # 22 UNCLASSIFIED

20 What’s Over the Horizon?
Increased IP Operations Policy updates AEHF-1 WGS-4 JIST Space Planning OPORD MUOS What’s Over the Horizon? Slide # 23

21 AEHF Note The first AEHF spacecraft has arrived at its orbital slot and testing has begun to examine parameters for officially placing it into the protected ring. There are new relationships to consider in our operational management of this constellation. Requires shift in thinking on how we make changes, planning, management, and operations UNCLASSIFIED

22 International Partner Operations
Note The new WGS Multilateral MOU between the US, Canada, Denmark, Luxembourg, Netherlands and New Zealand, is expected to be signed in December All except New Zealand “could” be operating on WGS by the end of the month. Lets agree to operate together UNCLASSIFIED

23 Note Policy Updates CJCSI 6250
Our current policy documents need to be updated. The language still address our MILSATCOM environments of the past. Expect updates to both SATCOM and Spectrum management as we continue to evolve into a broader, globally managed and partner based environments. CJCSI 3320 SI 714 series UNCLASSIFIED

24 Mobile User Objective System (MUOS)
Note MUOS expects to provide an unprecedented increase in UHF SATCOM capacity and new networking capability Requires shift in thinking on how we view UHF SATCOM, planning, management, and operations…host nation approvals Scheduled launch is February 2012 UNCLASSIFIED

25 Joint Integrated SATCOM Tool
JIST Deployment Joint Integrated SATCOM Tool GSSC RSSC EUR CONUS PAC Jan - Mar 2012 Dependent upon Ops Eval Apr- Jun 2012 Jul - Sep 2012 COCOMs CYBERCOM/GSSC ARSTRAT/RSSCs Feb Dec 2011 Issue Implementation plan and memo Ops Eval - GSSC & TRANSCOM IOC ~ Jan completion of all GSSC users UNCLASSIFIED

26 Questions? Slide # 31 UNCLASSIFIED

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