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1 Army Network Centric Operations and Warfare: Putting Power to the Edge LTG Steven W. Boutelle CIO/G-6 16 October 2003 LTG Steven W. Boutelle CIO/G-6 16 October 2003 MILCOM 2003 – Transformational Strategies Panel 1

2 ….Tomorrow Evolving IT War Fight: A Changed Paradigm Non-Linear Operations Linear Operations Non-Contiguous Areas of Operations Yesterday….. Contiguous Areas of Operations Linear Operations LOS Backbone Ubiquitous Transport Voice Reliant Collaboration Reliant Large Footprint Embedded, Multi-Functional Low Data Demand High Information Demand 2 Area-Centric Simultaneous Asymmetric Operations

3 Driving the C4 Evolution Emerging Strategic Environment Emerging Strategic Environment Enhanced Nationalism & Rejection of the WestEnhanced Nationalism & Rejection of the West Ungoverned groups – terrorismUngoverned groups – terrorism Readily available information technologyReadily available information technology Technological accelerationTechnological acceleration Unstable power balancesUnstable power balances Information Age (R)evolution Main Mini- Personal Network Ubiquitous Frame Computing Computers Computing Computing Main Mini- Personal Network Ubiquitous Frame Computing Computers Computing Computing Just Cause Provide Comfort Allied Force Enduring Freedom “The two truly transforming things, conceivably, might be in information technology and information operation and networking and connecting things in ways that they function totally differently than they had previously.” - Secretary Rumsfeld, Aug 2001 Information Quality Content Accuracy Timeliness Relevance Local Regional Global Network-Centric Information Advantage Network Centric Operations The Way Ahead From , there were 38 US military deployments …..about once every 14 weeks,

4 Exploiting Lessons Learned Desert Hammer May 94 Prairie Warrior May 95 TMD Spring 95 Focused Dispatch Aug 95 Warrior Focus Fall 95 Prairie Warrior May 96 Task Force XXI Mar 97 DAWE Nov 97 Prairie Warrior May 98 JCF AWE Sep 00 ELB DCX 1 DCX 2 MCO 2 Circa June 1997 CSA Decision Digitize III Corp Demonstrated Light Warfighter Issues and Digitization Grenadier Brat and A2C2 Satellite Based FBCB2 LDOCS EMPRS Dismounted Soldier Light TOCS Army/USMC Integration at BDE/BN Validating the process Scale and Improve product for IBCT Mobile Strike Force Army After Next Strike Force OEF/OIF BDE COP 2003 Joint COP Air Force COP since Circa Thousands of Aircraft Navy COP since Circa 1990’s - Hundreds of Ships and Aircraft - Hundreds of Ships and Aircraft Army COP since Tens of Thousands of Vehicles, Aircraft, Units, etc. - Tens of Thousands of Vehicles, Aircraft, Units, etc. Land Warrior – 200X Army “bottom up” approach took too long 4

5 Balkan Digitization System Germany Kosovo C2PC QTRACS FBCB2 GCCS-A 500+ Systems in Kosovo500+ Systems in Kosovo 71 in Bosnia71 in Bosnia Displayed in Joint COP Feb 2001!!!Displayed in Joint COP Feb 2001!!! Tuzla Camp Mcgovern Camp Dobol Camp Bondsteel Montieth HQ USAREUR Macedonia Camp Able Sentry Live at NTC JVB Bosnia Virtual Private Network

6 Servers, Projectors, etc Servers, Projectors, etc Blue Force Tracking Blue Force Tracking Avn & Ground Avn & Ground – AH 64, CH 47, UH 60 Soldiers - Grenadier Brat (GB) Soldiers - Grenadier Brat (GB) Servers, Projectors, etc Servers, Projectors, etc Blue Force Tracking Blue Force Tracking Avn & Ground Avn & Ground – AH 64, CH 47, UH 60 Soldiers - Grenadier Brat (GB) Soldiers - Grenadier Brat (GB) OEF BFT - CJTF 180 Command Center … Building the Joint Common Relevant Operational Picture - CROP

7 Baghdad OIF Blue Force Tracking

8 The Global Information Grid Joint Enterprise DISNGIG-BEGBSSTEP/TELEPORTTCS Army Knowledge Enterprise TRI-TAC MSE ACUS-MOD WIN-T FCS JTRS ARNET GuardNET FORCENet MCEN Air Force Enterprise Architecture Sustaining Base Home Station Operations Center ISP Joint Enterprise DISNGIG-BEGBSSTEP/TELEPORTTCS 8 ACUS-MOD Army Common User System Modernization DISNDefense Information Switched Network JTRSJoint Tactical Radio System GBSGlobal Broadcast System GIG-BEGlobal Information Grid Bandwidth Expansion MSEMobile Subscriber Equipment STEPStrategic Tactical Entrance Point TCSTransformational Communication System TRI-TACTri-Service Tactical (Communications System)

9 JBFSA Roles and Responsibilities Lead the JBFSA IPT Manage & coordinate JBFSA efforts Develop JBFSA System Architectures - “As-Is” and Objective configurations Recommend improvements to interoperability Lead engineering efforts Oversight & directive authority for FIOP IAW MID 912 Develop JBFSA Joint CONOPs, Joint Op Arch, IERs, TTPs, Joint MNS/ICD and ORD/CDD/CPD Coordinate Joint training Participate in all aspects of JBFSA Acquisition of Service-specific JBFSA equipment (maintain Title 10 authority) JFCOM SERVICES, SOCOM ARMY AIR FORCE Lead FIOP efforts IAW JFCOM and USAF MOU Coordinate picture efforts

10 Army IT Transformational Accomplishments to Date Established Network Enterprise and Technology Command - (NETCOM) Created Integrated Theater Signal Battalions and Tactical Installation Networking Company’s Merged ARNG (GuardNet) and USAR (ARNet) with Army Strategic Networks (under NETCOM) – USAR MOA June 03/NGB MOA Sept 03 Merging AC and RC Network Operations Centers for Integrated AC/RC NETOPS – In planning stage Implementing Army Knowledge Management via Army Knowledge Online – single Army Knowledge Portal Rapidly fielded Blue Force Tracking capability for OEF/OIF – moving quickly towards Joint Common Operational Picture – Expanding Globally Across Army – JROC “…..Army Lead Service” - June 03

11 This is Not Just About Technology OCT 23, 1983 Marine Barracks 242 Marines killed Aug U.S. Embassies In East Africa 54 killed 5000 Injured Oct 12, 2000 USS Cole 17 Sailors killed 39 Injured Sept 11, 2001 WTC/Pentagon killed thousands more injured Global Terrorist Incidents = 8509 (20 Years) = 7053 (6 Years) Al Qaida Islamic Jihad Al Qaida Islamic Jihad Hamas Hamas Hisbollah Hisbollah Palestine Liberation Front Palestine Liberation Front Etc., Etc. Etc., Etc. Al Qaida Islamic Jihad Al Qaida Islamic Jihad Hamas Hamas Hisbollah Hisbollah Palestine Liberation Front Palestine Liberation Front Etc., Etc. Etc., Etc. Trained and Educated – Phd’s, Engineers, technicians Highly Dedicated Threat Level = 335 Terrorist Attacks Worldwide Since 9-11 Worldwide Since Terrorist Attacks Worldwide Since 9-11 Worldwide Since 9-11

12 Signal Symposium LTG Steven W. Boutelle CIO/G-6 Questions? 12


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