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1 SEESIM 12 UNCLASSIFIED 1 Training for National Emergency Operations Centers (EOC)

2 SEESIM 12 UNCLASSIFIED 2 Exercise Overview

3 SEESIM 12 UNCLASSIFIED 3 What is SEESIM? SEESIM 12 is a Computer Assisted Simulation Exercise conducted within the framework of the Southeastern Europe Defence Ministerial (SEDM) process SEDM Ministers agreed in October 2000 to create SEESIM and begin with an exercise based on a civil emergency scenario Purpose of SEESIM is to promote cooperation, coordination and interoperability of civilian and military organizations during crisis response operations within and among the SEDM nations

4 SEESIM 12 UNCLASSIFIED 4 SEESIM 02: Hosted by Greece. Broad Scenario of floods and earthquakes. SEESIM 04: Hosted by Turkey. Broad Scenario of multiple terrorist attacks. SEESIM 06: Co-Hosted by Romania and the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia*. Broad Scenario of large-scale flooding and earthquakes plus potential terrorist threats to SEDM nations. Two main Exercise Control Groups (EXCONs) in Bucharest and Skopje. SEESIM 08: Hosted by Bulgaria. Broad scenario of natural and man made disasters. SEESIM 10: Hosted by Albania. Broad scenario of natural and man made disasters, including cyber-terrorism. SEESIM History * Turkey recognizes the Republic of Macedonia with its constitutional name

5 SEESIM 12 UNCLASSIFIED 5 SEESIM 12 Participation Participating Nations Albania, Bulgaria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Italy, Montenegro, Serbia, the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia*, Ukraine, and SEEBRIG HQ (in Greece) Supporting Nations Sweden, United States Observers Georgia Not Participating Greece, Moldova, Romania, Slovenia, Turkey * Turkey recognizes the Republic of Macedonia with its constitutional name

6 SEESIM 12 UNCLASSIFIED 6 Exercise Design and Execution Schedule

7 SEESIM 12 UNCLASSIFIED 7 SEESIM 12 Network Design Bulgaria EXCON Main

8 SUNMONTUEWEDTHUFRISAT Sep 30 Oct 1Oct 2Oct 3Oct 4Oct 5Oct 6 Oct 7 Oct 8Oct 9Oct 10Oct 11Oct 12Oct 13 Oct 14Oct 15Oct 16Oct 17Oct 18Oct 19Oct 20 Oct 21Oct 22Oct 23Oct 24Oct 25Oct 26Oct 27 Execution DV Day Opening Ceremony AAR Closing Ceremony SEESIM 12 Execution Schedule (Oct 2012) 8 UNCLASSIFIED

9 SEESIM 12 UNCLASSIFIED Exercise Execution Times 0800 – – 1700 AlbaniaBulgaria Bosnia and HerzegovinaUkraine CroatiaSEEBRIG HQ Italy Montenegro Serbia the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia* 9

10 SEESIM 12 UNCLASSIFIED 10 Opening Ceremony scheduled for Monday, Oct 15 at 0915 Remote sites will participate in the Opening Ceremony via VTC Be in seats no later than 0900 Opening Ceremony will begin with Opening Remarks by OSE and OCE Remote sites will do introductions in alphabetical order of their capitals (up to 3 minutes each) Exercise play begins at 1000 Opening Ceremony (Mon, Oct 15) Note – all times are local Sofia, Bulgaria time

11 SEESIM 12 UNCLASSIFIED 11 TimeEventPOC 0930Distinguished Visitors arrive at Charalitza 0930 – 1000Meeting with DMOD and DCHODBG Nachev 1000 – 1015Opening Remarks and Briefing (VTC)BG Nachev 1015 – 1050Presentations from Remote Sites (VTC)All 1050 – 1100Question and Answer Session (VTC)All 1100 – 1120Press Conference with MediaDMOD/DCHOD 1100 – 1210Tour of Exercise Cells at CharalitzaAll 1210Distinguished Visitors depart Exercise site DV Day Schedule (Fri, Oct 19) Note – Remote Sites should be seated no later than Note – all times are local Sofia, Bulgaria time

12 SEESIM 12 UNCLASSIFIED 12 Closing Ceremony scheduled for Friday, Oct 19 at 1500, immediately after the After-Action Review (AAR) Remote sites will participate in the Closing Ceremony via VTC Closing Ceremony will begin with Closing Remarks by OSE and OCE Remote sites will present “wrap-up remarks” (up to 4 minutes each) Closing Ceremony will be followed by distribution of certificates, local gift exchanges and photos Closing Ceremony (Fri, Oct 19) Note – all times are local Sofia, Bulgaria time

13 SEESIM 12 UNCLASSIFIED 13 Some international organizations will be available during the exercise to coordinate international assistance if requested Representatives from the international organizations provide subject matter expertise and role play their respective agencies International organizations will be role-played during the exercise for those nations who would typically contact these organizations for assistance during an actual disaster List of available international organizations and their contact information is included in the Exercise Phone Book International Organizations

14 SEESIM 12 UNCLASSIFIED 14 Telephone numbers and addresses for international organizations represented will be provided to the EOCs International organizations will respond to EOC requests for assistance EOCs should utilize available international organizations International Organizations

15 SEESIM 12 UNCLASSIFIED 15 International Organizations Invited NATO Euro-Atlantic Disaster Response Coordination Centre (EADRCC) European Police (EUROPOL) European Union Monitoring and Information Centre (EU MIC) International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) International Police (INTERPOL) United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Assistance (UNOCHA)

16 SEESIM 12 UNCLASSIFIED 16 Information Management

17 SEESIM 12 UNCLASSIFIED 17 Provide overview of information management procedures and exercise control communications systems to be used during SEESIM 12 Provide assistance in locating information pertinent to exercise participants Describe the ways that Emergency Operations Centers (EOCs) and Site Managers will communicate during SEESIM 12 Purpose

18 SEESIM 12 UNCLASSIFIED 18 SEESIM 12 National Numbers Numbers assigned to SEESIM 12 nations: 1– Albania 2– Bulgaria 4– Italy 5– the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia* 8– Bosnia and Herzegovina 9– Croatia 10– Ukraine 11– Montenegro 12– Serbia 13– SEEBRIG HQ

19 SEESIM 12 UNCLASSIFIED 19 Accounts Exercise account names for EOCs and national Site Managers include the function and the assigned country number addresses will be provided by the Site Manager Account Examples: EOC_NATION_2 EOC_NATION_5 EOC_SEEBRIG UNOCHA EADRCC EU_MIC IFRC

20 SEESIM 12 UNCLASSIFIED 20 EOC Account Access Address for WebMail: https://mail.excon.ddns.net/owa WebMail Password for EOC: $s12E0c! Zero

21 SEESIM 12 UNCLASSIFIED The EOC will see this screen when connecting to their WebMail accounts over the internet https://mail.excon.ddns.net/owa Click here to continue

22 SEESIM 12 UNCLASSIFIED Login Screen

23 SEESIM 12 UNCLASSIFIED WebMail Screen

24 SEESIM 12 UNCLASSIFIED To create a new message, click here

25 SEESIM 12 UNCLASSIFIED Click here to open the address book

26 SEESIM 12 UNCLASSIFIED Address book will appear. Highlight recipient of the message and click “To” to add them to the “To” line or “Cc” to add them to the “Cc” line. The EOC should not send to any account that begins with “X”. These are Exercise Control accounts only.

27 SEESIM 12 UNCLASSIFIED 27 Account Names in Address Book EOC – ALBANIA EOC – BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA EOC – BULGARIA EOC – CROATIA SITE MANAGER ALBANIA SITE MANAGER BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA SITE MANAGER BULGARIA SITE MANAGER CROATIA UNOCHA EADRCC EU MIC … … … Training Audience accounts begin with “EOC” in the address book EXCON Forward Site Manager accounts International Organizations accounts

28 SEESIM 12 UNCLASSIFIED 28 Account Names in Address Book X ALBANIA AAR ANALYST X ALBANIA JTLS OPERATOR X ALBANIA MEL/MIL TRACKER X BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA AAR ANALYST X BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA MEL/MIL TRACKER X BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA JTLS OPERATOR X EXERCISE DIRECTOR X EXCON DIRECTOR X SCENARIO MANAGER … Accounts in the address book that begin with “X” are exercise control accounts. The EOC should NOT be sending to these accounts.

29 SEESIM 12 UNCLASSIFIED 29 SEESIM 12 Message Types Abbreviations for SEESIM 12 message types: A– Acceptance of Assistance C– Coordination Report N– Notification of Disaster O– Offer of Acceptance R– Request for Assistance S– Situation Report RFI– Request for Information

30 SEESIM 12 UNCLASSIFIED 30 SEESIM 12 Message Filenames “Subject” line will include a single letter for the message type, a number for the country, and a sequence number: – Example: R1-001 When saving the message as a Microsoft Word document, use a single letter for the message type, a number for the country, and a sequence number: – Example: R1-001.docx

31 SEESIM 12 UNCLASSIFIED 31 Requests for Information (RFIs) Requests for Information (RFIs) are specific and time-sensitive requirements for information regarding a situation, terrorist forces, operational support available, or other information RFI will be sent by the EOC as an to the Site Manager Site Manager will research the answer and respond to the EOC

32 SEESIM 12 UNCLASSIFIED 32 Telephone In addition to , EOCs can use commercial telephone to communicate with other EOCs or the Site Manager EOCs should make a record of telephone or direct conversations that contain key information and provide to the Site Manager Phone Numbers are found in the Exercise Phone Directory provided by the Site Manager

33 SEESIM 12 UNCLASSIFIED 33 Fax In addition to and telephone, EOCs can use commercial fax to communicate with other EOCs or the Site Manager An EOC that receives a fax should ensure that the Site Manager receives a copy

34 SEESIM 12 UNCLASSIFIED 34 QUESTIONS? ??


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