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1 Non Sensitive Information Releasable to the Public Information in Afghanistan Brig Nick Pope UK A

2 Non Sensitive Information Releasable to the Public IRAN AGHANISTAN PAKISTAN TAJIKISTAN UZBEKISTAN TURKMENISTAN KYRGYSTAN CHINA

3 Non Sensitive Information Releasable to the Public A Year of Transitions FebMarAprMayJunJulAugSepOctNovDecJanFeb Stage 2 Stage 3 Stage 4 RAC-RC (N+W) 01 Jun St3 (S) 31 Jul RAC-RC (C) 06 Aug ISAF IXISAF XISAF VIII RIP 04 May RIP 04 Feb Stage 4 - TOA

4 Non Sensitive Information Releasable to the Public Nature of ISAF Operations Transitional in Nature

5 Non Sensitive Information Releasable to the Public Operational Environment

6 Non Sensitive Information Releasable to the Public

7 Operational Environment

8 Non Sensitive Information Releasable to the Public Operational Environment

9 Non Sensitive Information Releasable to the Public Nature of ISAF Operations Transitional in Nature Multi-Spectrum –Effects Based Approach (lethal/non-lethal) –Joint Air/Land Operations –Information Operations –Intelligence Led Offensive Operations

10 Non Sensitive Information Releasable to the Public COM DCOM StabCOSDCOM SyDCOM Air CJOC Dir DCOS SpDCOS Ops Ops Div Dir POLAD Media Advisor LEGAD DOS CJ1CJ4CJ6CJ8 CJ2CJ5CJ7CJ3EngrJCEBFPM CJMed LOCAir Ops Dir CJOC Dep DCOS Sp Info OpsTgtsCJ9OAB DEVAD PRISM PIO C-IED HQ ISAF IX Tactical Level

11 Non Sensitive Information Releasable to the Public Nature of ISAF Operations Transitional in Nature Multi-Spectrum –Effects Based Approach (lethal/non-lethal) –Joint Air/Land Operations –Information Operations –Intelligence Led Offensive Operations Multi-Agency –Coalition Forces and Air Component –Government of Afghanistan –Afghan Security Forces –Non-Governmental Organisations –International Community

12 Non Sensitive Information Releasable to the Public Government of Afghanistan Reconstruction and Development Local Population Afghan Security Forces Pakistan Military Media

13 Non Sensitive Information Releasable to the Public ISAF Tri-Partite Commission International Community Government of Afghanistan Tribal Elders Military Subordinate Commands NATO OEF Ministries ANSF Embassies UN Neighbouring Countries Pakistan ANSF President NGOs OGDs Provincial Governors PSCs Media National International The Players

14 Non Sensitive Information Releasable to the Public Media National International ISAF Tri-Partite Commission International Community Government of Afghanistan Tribal Elders Military Subordinate Commands NATO OEF Ministries ANSF Embassies UN Neighbouring Countries Pakistan ANSF President NGOs OGDs Provincial Governors PSCs The Information Demand

15 Non Sensitive Information Releasable to the Public Media National International ISAF Tri-Partite Commission International Community Government of Afghanistan Tribal Elders Military Subordinate Commands NATO OEF Ministries ANSF Embassies UN Neighbouring Countries Pakistan ANSF President NGOs OGDs Provincial Governors PSCs The CIS Supplied

16 Non Sensitive Information Releasable to the Public Nature of ISAF Operations Transitional in Nature Multi-Spectrum –Effects Based Approach (lethal/non-lethal) –Joint Air/Land Operations –Information Operations –Intelligence Led Offensive Operations Multi-Agency –Coalition Forces and Air Component –Government of Afghanistan –Afghan Security Forces –Non-Governmental Organisations –International Community Multi-National

17 Non Sensitive Information Releasable to the Public This is not a UK game

18 Non Sensitive Information Releasable to the Public Armenia Bahrain Djibouti Egypt El Salvador Eritrea Ethiopia Fiji Georgia Greece Hungary Honduras India Japan Jordan Kazakhstan Kenya Kuwait Kyrgyzstan Moldova Mongolia Morocco Nicaragua Oman Pakistan Philippines Qatar Russian Fed Saudi Arabia Serbia-Montenegro Singapore South Korea Tajikistan Thailand Tonga Yemen Turkmenistan Ukraine UAE Uzbekistan GCTF(75) Albania Australia Austria Azerbaijan Croatia Finland Ireland Macedonia New Zealand Sweden Switzerland ISAF(37) Belgium Bulgaria Canada Czech Rep. Denmark Estonia France Germany Greece Hungary Iceland Italy Latvia Lithuania Luxembourg Netherlands Norway Poland Portugal Romania Slovakia Slovenia Spain Turkey UK USA NATO(26) This is not a UK game

19 Non Sensitive Information Releasable to the Public ISAF JOC May 06 The CIS Reality 20 mins to open a 2 Mb ppt file at subordinate HQs Timesharing on User Terminals Map overlays sent as powerpoint slides C2 coordinated through e- mails, telephone calls and conferences Staff dedicated to transferring data between various network domains No IM discipline - Network servers at full capacity

20 Non Sensitive Information Releasable to the Public ISAF IX Approach to CIS Create a digitised C2 environment Improve quality, capacity and resilience of the networks Mitigate risk wherever possible and actively drive NATO CIS projects Establish a single C2 system before ISAF X Exploit opportunities to use AFG capabilities Guarantee ISAF IX success through deployment of UK resources to close NATO CIS capability gaps

21 Non Sensitive Information Releasable to the Public Information Management Imposed HQ ARRC Electronic Working Practices as the IM model Influenced HQ ISAF, but not the subordinate HQs Underestimated: –Requirement for common IM protocols –Training and Education burden –System management burden –Scale of the task!

22 Non Sensitive Information Releasable to the Public Functional Area Sub-Systems (FAS) NATO SECRET –C2PC –WISE –JCHAT –JOIIS –Ibase –ICC –I2 Analyst –WebTAS –AIMS –RFIMS CENTRIXS-GCTF –C2PC –IWS –mIRC –JADOC ISAF SECRET –C2PC –WISE/JOCWatch –JCHAT –JOIIS –IGeoSIT –Macromedia Breeze –TeamSpeak2 –Logrep –Tasker Tracker –IMSA –JADOCs (NATO eyes only)

23 Non Sensitive Information Releasable to the Public ISAF JOC May 06 ISAF CJOC Feb 07 The NEC Vision?

24 Non Sensitive Information Releasable to the Public IRAN HELMANDSHIRE PAKISTAN TAJIKISTAN UZBEKISTAN TURKMENISTAN KYRGYSTAN CHINA

25 Non Sensitive Information Releasable to the Public KANDAHAR

26 Non Sensitive Information Releasable to the Public LASHKAR GAH

27 Non Sensitive Information Releasable to the Public CAMP BASTION

28 Non Sensitive Information Releasable to the Public ISTAR in Abundance E-8C JSTARSRQ-4 GLOBAL HAWK RIVET JOINTNIMROD R1 / MR 2 HERMES 450 MQ 1 PREDATOR HARRIER GR 7/9 U 2 R DRAGON LADY LUNA

29 Non Sensitive Information Releasable to the Public UK J2 (TOP SECRET) JOCS SG, LYCHGATE UK C2/J3/J5 (SECRET) JOCS GS, RAFCCIS NATO (SECRET 26 EYES) ISAF (SECRET 37 EYES) COALITION C2 (SECRET 76 EYES!) UK J1/J4 (RESTRICTED/UNCLAS) COMIS / CSUPS / DEMAS / GLOBAL / JPA / LITS MMARS / OLIVER / OMIS / OSCAR / RYAN / RIS / TAV TELEMED / UNICOM / USAS / VITAL / WRAM Etc Etc UK Complexity! The Information was available – but where? Ground Truth?

30 Non Sensitive Information Releasable to the Public Thoughts Get the communications network infrastructure right –Initial investment is critical –Capacity and Volume are the pre-requisites –Apply network interoperability standards Accept (but understand better) the reality of the hierarchical, multi- node, multi-system, multi-network environment Existing C2IS/COTS applications can produce significant NEC capability Procurement and integration procedures must be sufficiently agile to exploit technical opportunities and keep pace with operational requirements. Cross Line of Development approach is essential – especially “Training and People”. Converts equipment into sustainable capability The human dimension remains paramount

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