Col Marcus “Shaka” Boyd AFAMS/CC 13 Dec 12 Version 1.0. Air Force 2013 “Big Ticket Items” for Live, Virtual and Constructive Operational Training (LVC-OT). Let’s Quickly Get on the Same Page.
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13 Dec 12
“Big Ticket Items” - Cross-cutting, AF-wide efforts to reduce or eliminate unnecessary duplication/redundancies, and increase readiness efficiencies and fiscal savings
LVC-OT – The framework and art of tailoring and integrating the optimum mix of live, virtual and constructive capabilities to meet warfighter readiness training requirements
Centralized Foundational Management (CFM) - “User-friendly” oversight of LVC-OT integrating infrastructure, enterprise communication solutions and workforce development
Centralized Event Management (CEM) - Orchestration of cross-cutting/common LVC-OT resources for major events
Air Force Continuous Training Environment (AFCOTE) - The AF’s LVC-OT Integrating (“Transport”) Infrastructure
A Joint effort to identify and address foundational LVC integration issues for the air and space domains
Constructive Village (Hub)
Virtual Village (Hub)
Permanent Hwy (Network(s))
Shipping lane (Network(s))
Maximizing Warfighter Performance and Decision Making on the Tip of the Spear
Here’s What the Warfighter Requires
Essential to support the Joint Force Commander in achieving military objectives by
“Knowing the capabilities and limitations of the force to execute operational requirements, and adjusting TTPs to execute evolving operational missions.”
A persistent, agile, trustworthy, robust, manageable, organized and integrated LVC environments.
An integrated, interoperable and quality architecture that enables persistency.
An agile and trustworthy M&S LVC workforce.
Ensuring compliance, improving understanding, and strengthening trustworthy, reliable and effective relationships for Joint integrating architecture policies and standards.
“Instilling confidence in how systems will perform in current and future mission environments.”
“Enabling the ability to determine the appropriate application of force to dominate the operational environment.”
“Providing the warfighter the ability to experience the operation in a sufficiently realistic environment prior to the actual operation.”
Joint Requirement and Oversight Council Approved and Validated Requirements: Integrating Architecture for Air & Space Live-Virtual-Constructive Environments Initial Capability Document