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1 1 Pacific Warfighting Center (PWC) United States Pacific Command (USPACOM) J73 16 th Annual JTLS International User’s Conference March 2014 UNCLASSIFIED

2 2 PWC Mission Deliver multi-faceted training, JLVC enablers, and exercise / event support to USPACOM CMDR and HQs staff; JTFs/CTFs; Component Commanders and staffs; Partners; and joint context to Service level activities (with focus on PACOM Joint Exercise Program) Coordinate and collaborate for Strategic M&S initiatives, new and enhanced capabilities, and represent USPACOM in multiple joint training venues in support of PACOM CMDRs joint M&S vision and requirements, warfighter needs, and elimination of training gaps and shortfalls Oversight and coordination for Joint training requirements across PACOM HQs, including individual training, staff training, collective training, and associated tools and processes Rapid prototyping solutions for PACOM requirements with an experiment and development platform to validate proof of concept capabilities within a training environment in order to quickly transition to the warfighter (joint operational environment) Deliver collaboration environments and control tools to build a synthetic environment that sets the conditions for realistic training and supports global operations Delivering Engagement activities across Pacific Theater UNCLASSIFIED

3 3 Pacific Theater Joint M&S Vision Enhanced Pacific-Theater Joint / Combined M&S capability to efficiently organize and apply available joint tools, technical staff, and processes among regional U.S. and Partner Nation simulation centers for support of existing, new, and emerging joint exercise and training requirements PWC is the Lead Organization for implementing this vision in support of the USPACOM Commander Information sharing and achievement of common standards and compatible tools, systems, and networks to effectively conduct US and Partner Nation activities UNCLASSIFIED

4 4 USPACOM Joint Exercise Program (JEP) Japan KEEN SWORD KEEN EDGE Japan KEEN SWORD KEEN EDGE Alaska NORTHERN EDGE Alaska NORTHERN EDGE Korea KEY RESOLVE / FOAL EAGLE ULCHI FREEDOM GUARDIAN Korea KEY RESOLVE / FOAL EAGLE ULCHI FREEDOM GUARDIAN Hawai‘i TEMPEST WIND TTX 15 Hawai‘i TEMPEST WIND TTX 15 Philippines BALIKATAN Philippines BALIKATAN Thailand COBRA GOLD Thailand COBRA GOLD Australia TALISMAN SABER Australia TALISMAN SABER Guam VALIANT SHIELD Guam VALIANT SHIELD India Joint Exercise India India Joint Exercise India Singapore COMMANDO SLING Singapore COMMANDO SLING Indonesia GEMA BHAKTI Indonesia GEMA BHAKTI Increasing Readiness and Preparedness of U.S. Military and Pacific Partner Nations’ Forces UNCLASSIFIED ASEAN AEX ASEAN AEX Malaysia BERSAMA WARRIOR Malaysia BERSAMA WARRIOR Multi-national Planning and Augmentation Team (MPAT) TEMPEST EXPRESS Multi-national Planning and Augmentation Team (MPAT) TEMPEST EXPRESS

5 5 PWC Characteristics Primary Joint M&S Hub / Technology Center in the Pacific, delivering: Strategy; coordination and collaboration across simulation centers, Partner Nations, Joint Staff, and other DoD entities; providing joint solutions to meet today’s and tomorrow’s training and operational requirements and challenges Infrastructure, Networks, JLVC Enablers, Planners, and Engineers to support PACOM’s Joint Exercise Program and add joint context to Service level activities Joint / combined operating environments for exercises and training activities As part of the DoD Joint network, Subject Matter Expertise and facilities that contribute to Joint Staff J7's ongoing development / testing, and IOC / FOC implementation of the next generation Joint M&S architecture and environment – JTEA and JLVC 2020, cloud-enabled modular services Collaboration environments and exercise control tools Individual, staff, and collective joint training solutions and products UNCLASSIFIED

6 6 PWC Director (J73) PWC Core Services (J733) Project Management, Knowledge Management, Product Development, 24/7 APAN Help Desk Deputy PWC Director (J730) Special Staff Admin / Logistics / Security Facility Management 7 PWC Program Management Event Coordination, Info / Knowledge Management, IT Systems Support Comms Security, Info Assurance, Non-NMCI Networks, Non-NMCI Systems, Configuration Management / VBDS, CFE Support M&S Planning, Simulation Operations and Training, Simulation Engineering, C4I Integration Individual & Staff Training JTF Training & Certification Training Interoperability PWC Organization Joint Training (J735) 6 Model & Simulation/C4I (J731) UISS - All Partners Access Network- APAN (J732) PWC Operations & Event Support (J734) UNCLASSIFIED

7 7 J731 – MAJ Matt Mackey M&S Support Team –Mike Fagundes, M&S Strategic Planner / Exercise Technical Control –Peter Schupp, Simulation Operations / OPFOR / Model Control –Michael Haraway, Simulation / COP Engineer –Vacant, C4I Integrator –Richard Seeley, M&S Planner/Engineer (infrastructure SME) –Simulation Operations / Trainer (future - per requirements/resources) Surge SMEs provided during event execution support 24/7 operations –Reservists / other government organizations –SMEs from industry (MSEL Manager / Exercise Control / Sim Ops) –Roland and Associates, Database Administration / JTLS SME J731 – Roles and Responsibilities UNCLASSIFIED

8 8 Use Case Project Discussion United States Pacific Command (USPACOM) J73 Training Gaps and Analysis Forum (TGAF): Training Gap 44 Feb 19, 2014 UNCLASSIFIED

9 9 TGAF is a forum that is facilitated by the Joint Staff J7 with members from the Combatant Commands (COCOMs) and Services to share problems and challenges within the Joint Training Community –Work together to identify, prioritize, and define requirements for training gaps USPACOM J73 is the sponsor for Training Gap (TG) 44: Joint Training Enterprise Architecture –Problem Statement: The Joint Community lacks a joint training enterprise architecture that is economical, sustainable, scalable, flexible, distributable, and deployable for support of U.S. only, bilateral, and multinational training environments. As part of TG 44 activities, USPACOM has completed a Use Case Project to collect requirements from across the Joint Community Training Gaps & Analysis Forum (TGAF) UNCLASSIFIED Training Gap 44: Joint Training Enterprise Architecture (JTEA), Use Case Project

10 10 COCOM T I-IV T I&II USAFRICOM0 0 USCENTCOM3 3 USEUCOM4 2 USNORTHCOM9 9 USPACOM29 17 USSOCOM2 0 USSOUTHCOM2 2 USSTRATCOM1 1 USTRANSCOM1 1 Service T I-IV T I&II US Air Force 11 US Army 86 US Marine Corp 50 US Navy 20 Use Case Statistics Tier I - IV UNCLASSIFIED Training Gap 44: Joint Training Enterprise Architecture (JTEA), Use Case Project

11 11 Event Classification Classified14 Classified Releasable 29 Unclassified17 Event Classification UNCLASSIFIED Training Gap 44: Joint Training Enterprise Architecture (JTEA), Use Case Project

12 12 SOCPAC1 US JTF1 USARPAC2 USARJ2 I Corps1 25 TH IN DIV1 USSOCOM1 MARSOC1 USSOUTHCOM2 USSTRATCOM1 USTRANSCOM1 US Air Force1 US Army7 US Marines5 US Navy1 United Nations CMD2 Coalition/Allied Partners 4 Australia6 Canada1 France2 India1 Indonesia2 Italy1 Japan7 Malaysia1 Philippines1 Republic of Georgia1 Republic of Korea4 Singapore2 Thailand1 United Kingdom4 Primary Training Audience USCENTCOM3 USEUCOM4 USNORTHCOM5 NORAD5 1 ST Responders 3 USPACOM3 USFK/CFC3 USFJ2 COMPACFLT3 CNFJ2 3 RD FLT3 7 TH FLT8 MARFORPAC5 MARFORJ2 PACAF5 5 TH AF2 UNCLASSIFIED Training Gap 44: Joint Training Enterprise Architecture (JTEA), Use Case Project

13 13 Tiers Trained I14 II27 III33 IV24 All IV Tiers4 Tiers JTF/OCA (8 Blanks) Yes20 No32 JTF/OCA Echelon and Certification UNCLASSIFIED Training Gap 44: Joint Training Enterprise Architecture (JTEA), Use Case Project

14 14 Mission Threads Recurring Added Thread UNCLASSIFIED Training Gap 44: Joint Training Enterprise Architecture (JTEA), Use Case Project

15 15 Scenario UNCLASSIFIED Training Gap 44: Joint Training Enterprise Architecture (JTEA), Use Case Project

16 16 Training Enablers Required UNCLASSIFIED Training Gap 44: Joint Training Enterprise Architecture (JTEA), Use Case Project

17 17 Exercise Environment UNCLASSIFIED Training Gap 44: Joint Training Enterprise Architecture (JTEA), Use Case Project

18 18 Competitive CBT Log or Random Influence Yes29 No15 DK/BLK16 Single Source Intel Analysis Yes27 No10 DK/BLK23 Geographical AreaGlobal5 Single Hemisphere22 Single Continent19 Single Nation14 Event Length (6 Blank) 3-5 Days Days Days Days11 Log, Intel, Area and Days UNCLASSIFIED Training Gap 44: Joint Training Enterprise Architecture (JTEA), Use Case Project

19 19 GCCS35 C2PC16 ABCS/AFAT DS 14 TBMCS14 ADSI12 CPoF12 JADOCS10 Agile Client7 BCS7 ATM4 DCGS4 IBS4 C2 Devices UNCLASSIFIED Training Gap 44: Joint Training Enterprise Architecture (JTEA), Use Case Project

20 20 Start discussion thread with other SMEs in the community A resource to documents and other M&S professionals A place (archive) for event specific data Joint Modeling & Simulation Users Group UNCLASSIFIED

21 21 JTLS Exercise Initiatives United States Pacific Command (USPACOM) J73 JTLS in support of USPACOM supported exercises UNCLASSIFIED

22 22 Agenda Recent USPACOM JTLS Events –Keen Edge 2014 (Jan) –Cobra Gold 2014 (Feb) –Pacific Air Forces (PACAF) Test PACOM Support to JTLS development Future Initiatives UNCLASSIFIED

23 23 KEEN EDGE 2014 Strategic Deployment Full Spectrum Operations UNCLASSIFIED

24 24 OPFOR SITFOR KE14 Database United States Neutrals S-Land Radicals Terrorists Japan W-Land All Others I-Land E-Land Training Audience Response Cells UNCLASSIFIED

25 25 JTLS to COP Systems JTLS Operational Interface (JOI) broadcast: Over The Horizon - Gold (OTH-Gold) unit tracks to Global Command and Control System (GCCS) Link-16 platform tracks to Air Defense Systems Integrator (ADSI) Command & Control Personal Computer (C2PC) connected to Training Audience GCCS brought Common Operational Picture (COP) back to Exercise Control Group (ECG) UNCLASSIFIED

26 26 JTLS to TBMCS JTLS Air Tasking Order Translator (ATOT) read ATO into JTLS air missions Included strategic airlift missions to provide COP visibility JTLS Transactional Operational Interface (TOI) connected to Theater Battle Management Core System (TBMCS) Automatically updated Execution Status (ESTAT) and Force Status (FSTAT) Tables Operational test opportunity for 2004 format UNCLASSIFIED

27 27 COBRA GOLD 2014 Peace Keeping / Enforcement UNCLASSIFIED

28 28 Arcadia Isla del Sol Kuhistan Mojave Tierra del Oro Sonora Pacifica Scenario UNCLASSIFIED

29 OPFOR SITFOR United States Neutrals Arcadia FMR Irregulars Thailand MNF Nations All Others Pacifica Nations Sonora Training Audience Response Cells CG14 Database UNCLASSIFIED

30 30 JTLS and R&A at CG14 Classic CPX architecture JTLS connected to USMC Intelligence Operations System (IOS) – OTH-Gold unit and platform tracks ATOT read ATO into JTLS air mission orders 99.6% availability Opportunity to develop process to export JTLS graphics (slides) into overlay files (.ovl) for US C4I systems UNCLASSIFIED

31 31 PACAF Civilian Aircraft Test PACAF experiment to generate civilian scheduled air traffic as a scenario element Tool to: mine civilian schedules from unclassified internet source read civilian air traffic schedule into a JTLS Civilian_Air_Traffic read order file Required matching ICAO airbases and squadrons with appropriate aircraft types in JTLS Hundreds of flights at the push of a button! UNCLASSIFIED

32 32 PWC Business Process USPACOM simulations program characterized by: Local planners with R&A support during database development, event testing, and execution  Operational test opportunities  Identify and correct code errors  Identify areas for possible improvement (Engineering Change Proposals) Ensures PWC success today! UNCLASSIFIED Supports development of JTLS for tomorrow.

33 33 USPACOM Support to JTLS JOI/TOI links to C4I systems: Theater Battle Management Core System (TBMCS) – JS J7 NATO - Integrated Command and Control (ICC) HUMINT On-line Tasking & Reporting System (HOT-R) – JS J7 JTLS process improvements: Improve Naval Detection Representation ( ) - PACOM Representation of Personnel Bunkers ( ) - PACOM Combat Alert - PACOM Interfaces with partner simulations: Multiple User Simulation Environment (MUSE) – JS J7 Joint Deployment Logistics Model (JDLM) - PACOM Participated in JTLS 4.0 Beta and Acceptance Tests. UNCLASSIFIED

34 34 KEEN EDGE Future Events and Initiatives COBRA GOLD Joint Exercise India COMMANDO SLING GEMA BHAKTI BERSAMA WARRIOR (PWC attending CDC in April) 2016 UNCLASSIFIED

35 Questions?

36 SOCMARFORNAVFORAFFORARFOR Role Players ExerciseControl OPFOR Host Nation Unit Response Cells ComputerModel Master Scenario Events List SyntheticEnvironment Training Audience Typical Tier I Sim Training Environment JTF UNCLASSIFIED

37 LEGEND: Korea Battle Simulation Center Yongsan, Korea Korea Battle Simulation Center Yongsan, Korea Bradshaw Field Training Area Tactical Training Group Pacific Point Loma, CA Tactical Training Group Pacific Point Loma, CA Mission Command Training Center Fort Lewis, WA Mission Command Training Center Fort Lewis, WA JTEN NODE DTEN NODE (AUS) HUB PACIFIC REGIONAL NODE Battle Simulation Center MCBH Kaneohe, Oahu Battle Simulation Center MCBH Kaneohe, Oahu Joint Pacific Alaska Range Complex Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, AK Joint Pacific Alaska Range Complex Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, AK Mission Command Training Center Sagami General Depot, Japan Mission Command Training Center Sagami General Depot, Japan Korea Air Simulation Center Osan AB, Korea Korea Air Simulation Center Osan AB, Korea VISION: Enhanced Pacific Theater Joint Modeling & Simulations Capability PWC Ford Island, Oahu PWC Ford Island, Oahu Australian Defense Force Joint Combined Training Center Canberra, Australia Australian Defense Force Joint Combined Training Center Canberra, Australia PACAF, Hangar 3 Hickam AFB, Oahu PACAF, Hangar 3 Hickam AFB, Oahu JTEN: Joint Training Enterprise Network DTEN: Defense Training and Experimentation Network Mission Training Complex Schofield BKS, Oahu Mission Training Complex Schofield BKS, Oahu Darwin Townsville Field Training Area Shoalwater Bay Training Area Pohakloa Training Area, Hawaii Pohakloa Training Area, Hawaii JSJ7 Suffolk, Va JSJ7 Suffolk, Va UNCLASSIFIED

38 38 Building Summary: 34,300 SF on Two Floors 2736 SF 2385 SF 897 SF 512 SF 723 SF UNCLASSIFIED 1 st FL (22,300 SF) – Six reconfigurable operational spaces to support USPACOM Joint Event Life Cycle activities –Open Storage Secret –Each room can be operated as Temporary Secure Working Area

39 39 2 nd FL (12,000 SF) –Telecommunications equipment that services the building –Administrative space for J73 staff Building Summary: 34,300 SF on Two Floors UNCLASSIFIED

40 40 Facilitate Joint M&S Solutions for USPACOM –Synthetic Environment Design, Scenario Development, M&S Architecture, COP Architecture Deliver M&S and C4I capabilities and experts throughout the Joint Event Life Cycle –Simulation Control, Operations, Administration, and Engineering; Database and Terrain development and maintenance –Provide functional experts for control group operations (OPFOR, SITFOR, Log, Intel, Ground, Air, etc.); Train participants on M&S and C4I applications and tools –C4I Planning, Engineering, and Integration; Simulation to C4I stimulation Manage infrastructure and associated Joint Live Virtual and Constructive (JLVC) connections and enablers for USPACOM events and to add joint context for service tactical training activities Strategic and Operational Analysis and Assessment Joint Modeling & Simulations (M&S) Enablers UNCLASSIFIED


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