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1. 1 Installation Information Infrastructure Modernization Program (I3MP) ? Pacific Presented By: LTC Joseph G. Garcia Product Manager, Defense Communication Systems ? Pacific (PdM DCS-P) 18 Aug 2008

2. 2 Purpose To review PdM DCS-PACIFIC current and future I3MP efforts and discuss relevant topics with stakeholders.

3. 3 DCS-Pacific Mission

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7. 7 DCS-Pacific ? Overall Engineering Activity Schedule

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10. 10 Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexing (DWDM)

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12. 12 Pohakuloa Training Area, Hawaii

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14. 14 Completed I3MP efforts Ft Wainwright, AK (OSP/DATA), Camp Mujuk, Korea Complete I3MP efforts at PPP sites Implementations ongoing at Schofield Barracks, HI Complete engineering and award implementation at Ft Richardson, AK Complete non PPP/PSP sites Implementation ongoing at Pohakuloa Training Area, HI; Ft Shafter, HI; Yokohama, Japan; Camp Zama, Japan; Kwajalein; Ft Greely, AK Complete engineering and award implementation at Kure Enclave; Camp Humphreys & Camp Walker, Korea Synchronize and integrate I3MP efforts with stationing activities Transformation, Modularity, Joint Basing and LPP Support CIO/G-6 directed efforts SIPRNet COOP Critical Voice

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16. 16 USAG Humphreys is the centerpiece of the future stationing plan for U.S. installations in Korea. The planned realignment of U.S. forces in Korea will be accomplished in large part by expanding and redeveloping USAG Humphreys into a world class, modern installation that becomes an assignment of choice for U.S. forces. You can see that USAG Humphreys will soon triple in size. This Concept Plan outlines the broad direction, goals, and objectives of the development plan to accomplish transformation of USAG Humphreys to meet the stationing requirements for U.S. forces in Korea. The ROK Government has already granted permission to USFK for exclusive use of parcel 1. Other parcels will become available within the next few months. USAG Humphreys is the centerpiece of the future stationing plan for U.S. installations in Korea. The planned realignment of U.S. forces in Korea will be accomplished in large part by expanding and redeveloping USAG Humphreys into a world class, modern installation that becomes an assignment of choice for U.S. forces. You can see that USAG Humphreys will soon triple in size. This Concept Plan outlines the broad direction, goals, and objectives of the development plan to accomplish transformation of USAG Humphreys to meet the stationing requirements for U.S. forces in Korea. The ROK Government has already granted permission to USFK for exclusive use of parcel 1. Other parcels will become available within the next few months.

17. Unlike many of the small camps and posts that were built and expanded on a year by year basis, Humphreys is being designed and built from a complete concept that has been developed well in advance of construction. Like facilities and like functions will be contained in areas that have been grouped by mission, housing, and support.Unlike many of the small camps and posts that were built and expanded on a year by year basis, Humphreys is being designed and built from a complete concept that has been developed well in advance of construction. Like facilities and like functions will be contained in areas that have been grouped by mission, housing, and support.

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20. 20 Legacy Vision/Forward Path Build the Next Generation Network ? integrate with growing operational needs Will leverage emerging technologies through evaluation and validation efforts prior to insertion into existing architecture ? Leverage trenchless wireless capability Leverage partnerships and knowledge of Pacific Terrestrial/SATCOM architecture to partner with key organizations to transform the Pacific DCS-P is synchronized with PACIFIC transformation and 311th DCS-Pacific Conclusion

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22. 22 QUESTIONS

23. 23 BACKUP

24. 24 ACRONYMS ADN: Area Distribution Node APL: Approved Product List ASVALAN: Assured Services Voice Application Local Area Network BAX: Battle Area Complex BCT: Brigade Combat Team CACTF: Combined Arms Collective Training Facility CHE: Camp Humphreys Expansion CRTC: Cold Regions Test Center DA: Department of the Army DCO: Dial Central Office DISA: Defense Information Systems Agency DSSMP: Digital Switching Systems Modernization Program DWDM: Dense Wave Division Multiplexing ECP: Engineering Change Proposal EDP: Engineering Design Plan EIS: Environment Impact Statement EFI&T: Engineer, Furnish, Install and Test EUB: End User Building FGA: Fort Greely, Alaska FRA: Fort Richardson, Alaska FOC: Fiber Optic Cable IMOD: Infrastructure Modernization IPT: Integrated Product Team I3MP: Installation Information Infrastructure Modernization Program ISP: Inside Plant JITC: Joint Interoperability Test Command LPP: Land Partnership Program

25. 25 ACRONYMS LTLCS: Long Term Life Cycle Support MPLS: Multi-Protocol Label Switching NETCOM: Network Enterprise Technology Command NIPRNET: Non-Classified Internet Protocol Router Network OSD NII: Office of the Secretary of Defense Networks and Information Integration OSP: Outside Plant PACOM: Pacific Command PMC: Program Management Consortium PTA: Pohakuloa Training Area (PTA) PoE: Power over Ethernet R2: Rapid Response RCIO K: Regional Chief Information Office Korea RFP: Request For Proposal SATCOM: Satellite Communications SFOTS: Submarine Fiber Optic Transmission System SIPRNET BR/DR: Secure Internet Protocol Router Network: Business Continuity/Disaster Recovery SOFA: Status of Forces Agreement SONET: Synchronous Optical Network SW: Switch T4C: Termination for Convenience TMS: Telephone Management System USFK: United States Forces Korea VSS: Verification Site Survey VoIP: Voice over Internet Protocol YRP: Yongsan Relocation Project


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