OneSAF Software Distribution  Training SWDT         Presented to Alabama Modeling  Simulation Council 17 January 2008  J

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2. Army M&S Domains SWDT Approach Training & Distribution IAW TPO OneSAF Approved Plan Hub/Spoke Concept 222 Approach 2 Training and Distribution Teams 2 Mobile OneSAF Training Labs (MOTL) 2 Weeks On Site. The TRADOC Project Office, in coordination with the three domain representatives has developed a prioritized list of sites where OneSAF will be fielded. This list was used as the baseline for planning the distribution efforts and award of the SWDT contract. AEgis is the selected contractor providing the distribution efforts IAW the current guidance. The Hub/Spoke concept was determined to be the most efficient method of execution of the many distributions. Sites were grouped based on geographical proximity to an established Hub. Hubs were determined based ??? Two training teams were established and equipped with a Mobile Training Lab to execute the schedule The TRADOC Project Office, in coordination with the three domain representatives has developed a prioritized list of sites where OneSAF will be fielded. This list was used as the baseline for planning the distribution efforts and award of the SWDT contract. AEgis is the selected contractor providing the distribution efforts IAW the current guidance. The Hub/Spoke concept was determined to be the most efficient method of execution of the many distributions. Sites were grouped based on geographical proximity to an established Hub. Hubs were determined based ??? Two training teams were established and equipped with a Mobile Training Lab to execute the schedule

3. SWDT Training Challenge Training material/delivery adequate for one domain may be too much or too little for another Experience of audience at many extremes User Operators / Scientists New Users / Seasoned M&S Professionals Hardware/Software Baseline Competing / Conflicting Software Operating Systems (Linux Flavor of the Month) Current Sensitivity to Network Setup MOTL or Site Specific Equipment Developer or Operator Distribution Schedule

4. SWDT Overall Assessment to Date Over 600+ new operators/users trained since Oct 06 (three domains, co-developers, and government contractors) SWDT team learning from each distribution and improving delivery at each site User feedback required at end of each session Integrated into training documentation Latest POI reflects feedback received.

5. SWDT Team Composition 2 Teams Roles and Responsibilities Cross Training

6. SWDT – Mobile OneSAF Training Lab (MOTL) MOTL = 20 Laptop computers with networking infrastructure MOTL = Independent of site infrastructure allowing training to commence immediately Preconfigured with latest SW Baseline and OneSAF Release Provides true “hands-on” training Assures Team is Ready for Training

7. What do We Train? One Semi-Automated Forces / Object Force OneSAF The Many Parts of OneSAF Simulation Administration Simulation Tool Box

8. OneSAF As a Simulation Users / Operators Technical Control Scenario Setup and Management Distributed and Stand alone Exercises

9. OneSAF Administration Installation Configuration Technical Control Planning Scenario Development Distribution of Exercise

10. OneSAF As a Tool Box Composers MSDE AAR

11. SWDT - Maximum Flexibility Standard Training Program of Instruction (POI) Management Control Tool Orderable Behaviors with Practical Exercises Battle Master Training Technical Support Training Software Installation Instruction After Action Review Training Mini-Exercise with AAR Capstone Exercise Preparation Capstone Exercise Capstone AAR Tailored POI

12. SWDT Preplanning Activities Coordinate with site POCs as needed 4 - 6 weeks out Team leader sends out Site Survey Checklist, HBL, SBL, and Draft POI Team leader begins initial direct coordination with site 2 - 4 weeks out Schedule Site Survey (as needed) Narrow down requirements Notify global OneSAF Prep MOTL for Training

14. Software OneSAF.NET https://www.onesaf.net/community/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=25&Itemid=49

15. Training OneSAF.NET

16. HELP OneSAF.NET The OneSAF Help Desk The OneSAF Community Forum

21. OneSAF Technical Training System Administration / Planning Phase OneSAF Install (conducted on Site Equipment not on OneSAF Mobile Training Lab) Linux Install Windows Install C4I Adapter (conducted on Site Equipment not on OneSAF Mobile Training Lab requires computer with dual network cards and C4I device) Install Configuration Lessons learned documents Composers (System, Behavior, Entity, Unit) Load Modify Compositions Practical Exercise MSDE - Military Scenario Development Environment Setup and Configuration Create Scenario Import Into OneSAF

22. OneSAF Technical Training Simulation Control SCAMT – Simulation Configuration & Asset Management Tool OneSAF Networking Configuration of Node Running Distributed Exercise Practical Exercise Battle Master / MCT – Simulation Control Loading Scenario Task Organization Setup and Control of Battle (Movement, Re-Supply) Save / Checkpoint Practical Exercise AAR – After Action Review Setup and Configuration Run Scenario / Collect Data Review AAR Products

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