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1 Defense Daily Open Architecture Summit EMS Panel
4 November 2014 Dr. Richard Wittstruck – PEO IEW&S Acting DPEO

2 IEWS Concept of Operations
IEWS CONOPS: Synchronization of organic and non-organic EW capabilities Protecting personnel, platforms, and systems from various RF initiated weapons (e.g., RCIEDs) Denying or disrupting of enemy RF comms networks while minimizing the risk of “frequency fratricide” Achieving situational awareness of the electromagnetic environment and EW capabilities through networked tools and data bases IEWS will provide commanders with an organic EW capability to shape the battlespace by dramatically improving a land force’s ability to seize, retain, and exploit an advantage within the electromagnetic spectrum (EMS)

3 EW Planning & Management
What is Electronic Warfare Planning and Management? EWO integrates the Electronic Attack (EA), Electronic Protect (EP), and Electronic Warfare Support (ES) functions. Enables Multi-Function Electronic Warfare and Defensive Electronic Attack synchronization. Supports overall mission command by adding the Electromagnetic Order of Battle to the fight. Electronic Attack (EA) Offensive Attack Benefits to the Warfighter Brings 29 Series Soldiers into the virtual command post (CP CE) and decreases reliance on non-integrated tools (MS Office tools). Allows EWO to brief the commander his/her plan via the Mission Command computing environment for coordinating, managing, and de-conflicting unit EW activities. Coordinates and synchronizes EW operations across the G-2/3/6. Defensive Attack MFEW Electronic Protection (EP) DEA Spectrum Management Frequency Deconfliction EWPMT Electronic Warfare Spt (ES) EW Battle Management Planning Management

4 Assured Positioning, Navigation and Timing (A-PNT)
Purpose: The purpose of the A-PNT capability is to provide Army forces with unhindered access to trusted Positioning, Navigation, and Timing (PNT) under all conditions. Products: Assured PNT contains four (4) subprograms: Mounted PNT- robust integrated multi-sensor system for vehicular applications. Maintains an accurate PNT solution and distributes it to all users on the platform. Dismounted PNT – low-SWAP multi-sensor PNT system for the soldier. Pseudolites – Area protection for large numbers of users. Augments GPS with terrestrial transmission of a GPS-like navigation signal that can be used by military GPS receivers with the necessary software. Anti-Jam Antennas - Point protection for critical users. Enables GPS signal acquisition and tracking in challenged environments. Payoff: Assured PNT capability for Soldiers & combat systems. Ability to obtain and trust PNT information critical to complex combat operations. Ability to avoid or prevent unnecessary or accidental injury or destruction. Ability to seamlessly use advanced weapon systems and tactics. New as of 8 Nov 2012

5 Uncontrolled copy when printed
Introduction to CESMO 14/04/2017 Many modern and future signals of interest are difficult to detect and geo-locate (COMEXT & ELINT) Real-time data sharing and cross-cueing between collection assets can help to overcome this Exploit the advantages of diverse electronic surveillance sensors e.g. stand in & stand off. CESMO is a NATO standard to address this challenge COMINT Reporting Standard (STANAG 4658 and AEDP 13) ELINT Reporting Standard (STANAG 4633 and AEDP 14) Modern and future signals are often brief, making geo-location more challenging Real-time data links between platforms enable data to be shared rapidly, and for sensors to be cued quickly by others when activity takes place. Stand-in & Stand-off provide different geographical coverage, platform height, error margins, and availability. Different costs & manning and support requirements. CESMO is NATO standard to enable different sensors from across NATO nations to be linked together, to exchange data between the diverse variety of sensors. It can work across any available IP network, using minimal bandwidth, and is designed to be simple to add to existing sensors. ‘Owned’ by NATO SEWWG, changes and updates are agreed within the SEWWG. © Crown copyright 2013 Dstl

6 NAVWAR CONSTRUCT NAVWAR is the conduct of military actions to assure Positioning, Navigation and Timing (PNT) information superiority to the alliance. (STANAG 4621) NAVWAR is both offensive and defensive supported by surveillance, intelligence and analysis. These operations, include Electronic Surveillance (ES) and/or Electronic Intelligence (ELINT) Build NAVWAR SA via CESMO to network autonomously, within national restrictions Fusion, final processing and detailed analysis is conducted in coordination with analysts (NAVWAR Analysis Cell (NWAC)) located in the SIGINT EW Ops Center (SEWOC) and Joint All Source Info Cell (JASIC)

Take Aways Planning Tools are Essential Synchronized Offensive and Defensive Attack Capabilities in a Combined Arms Context Assure PNT a Cross Cutting Capability Allies Share Common Mission Focus… Must Synchronize Across Coalition Operations CYBERSPACE OPERATIONS Defensive Cyber Ops (DCO) Offensive Cyber Ops (OCO) DoD Information Network Ops (DINO) ELECTRONIC WARFARE (EW) SPECTRUM MANAGEMENT OPERATIONS (SMO) Electronic Attack (EA) Electronic Protect (EP) Electronic Warfare Support (ES) EW Planning & Management Tools (EWPMT) Spectrum Management (SM) RF Interference Mitigation (RIM) SIGINT Detect, identify, precision locate, and exploit enemy communications Process, collaborate, and disseminate Intelligence (Reference: USA FM 3-38)

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