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Training, Exercises, Military Operations (TEMO) Domain Update One Semi-Automated Force. LTC Tom Greenwald TEMO Domain Rep National Simulation Center 20 August 2007. NSC Way Ahead. Coordination with TPO/PM–OneSAF on v2.0 Use Cases, Measures of Effectiveness, Measures of Performance

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Training exercises military operations temo domain update one semi automated force

Training, Exercises, Military Operations (TEMO) Domain UpdateOne Semi-Automated Force

LTC Tom Greenwald

TEMO Domain Rep

National Simulation Center

20 August 2007


Nsc way ahead

NSC Way Ahead

  • Coordination with TPO/PM–OneSAF on v2.0 Use Cases, Measures of Effectiveness, Measures of Performance

  • Develop TEMO User community team including selected units, Army Schools & Centers, selected simulation centers for OneSAF assessment

  • Subject OneSAF v2.0 to full TEMO-standard Operational Readiness Exercise

    • BCT-level Warfighter event

    • Will not test capabilities that Program Manager says aren’t ready


Nsc onesaf evaluation schedule

Jan/Feb 08

V2.0

TEMO

Assessment

NSC OneSAF Evaluation Schedule

Jan 08

Dec 07

Aug 07

Jan 07

Jul 07

Jan 07

  • March – October 07

    • Assess v1.1 fixes to current baseline (75 PTRs, 52 testable by NSC)

  • June – November 07

    • Assessment of OneSAF v1.5

    • Execute threads, vignettes and an increasingly complex scenario

    • Coordinate assessment plan, performance metrics with TPO and PM-OneSAF

  • December 07 – February 08

    • TPO Assessment of OneSAF v2.0 (pre-release software) Dec 07

    • TEMO Assessment of OneSAF v2.0 Jan/Feb 08

Sep 06

Coord Test Cases, Scope, Eval Criteria

Assess v1.1 Fixes

Complete

Complete

Complete

V1.1

Delivery

V1.5

Delivery

V1.0

Delivery

V2.0 TPO

Assessment

(Pre-release)

V2.0

Delivery

V1.5 PM

Assessment

(Pre-release)

V1.0

Assessment


Temo prerequisite threshold requirements

v1.0

TEMO Prerequisite Threshold Requirements

  • Eight Threshold System-level Requirements

    • BCT WFX

    • Usability

    • Models & Behaviors

    • Distributed Exercising

    • After Action Review

    • User Documentation

    • Terrain Database Library

    • Ability to Federate w/Constructive and Virtual simulations/simulators

  • TEMO projection of how each OneSAF version ‘services’ these Threshold Requirements is shown at right

v2.0

v3.0

v4.0

Note: assumes that prioritization

of requirements/P3I facilitates

implementation of TEMO requirements


Provide simulation stimulation support for a brigade level warfighter exercise

Provide Simulation/Stimulation Support for a Brigade-level Warfighter Exercise

v1.0

v2.0

v3.0

v4.0

  • Primary Training Audience is BCT and subordinate commanders and staffs

    • Secondary TA is company and platoon personnel in Response Cells and simulation workstations

  • Exercise duration up to four days, 24-hour operations

  • Hardware required for all functions (simulation, workstations, AAR, etc.) cannot exceed 124 Common Hardware Platforms (standard Basis of Issue for brigade-level Battle Command Training Center)

  • Simulation entity count of up to 25,000

  • Operator train-up with two days instruction and one day Practical Exercise

  • Robust Command and Control (C2) stimulation

    • Equal to the training capability of the Joint Land Component Constructive Training Capability Entity Resolution Federation (JLCCTC ERF)


Meet minimum usability requirements

Meet Minimum Usability Requirements

v1.0

v2.0

v3.0

v4.0

  • Build exercise database in not more than two weeks

  • Build terrain database in not more than four weeks, for up to 300km2,

  • System set-up (HW, SW, C2 connectivity, communications network connectivity) in not more than two days

  • Simulation stability to provide a minimum availability of 98 percent (availability in minutes divided by exercise duration in minutes)

  • Simulation lag/latency not to exceed one minute, for both simulation-internal and simulation to C2 messaging.


Provide minimum capabilities for models and associated behaviors

Provide Minimum Capabilities for Models and Associated Behaviors

v1.0

v2.0

v3.0

v4.0

  • Relevant to the Contemporary Operational Environment (COE)

    • Small/irregular unit combat

    • MOUT/complex terrain operations

    • IED offensive/defensive operations

    • Small arms Air Defense

    • Political/Military/Economic/Social/Infrastructure/Information effects

  • Properly executes workstation commands

    • Correct movement, sensor- and/or shooter-target interactions and effects

  • Outcomes/results of interactions are consistently within accepted ranges of ‘real world’ effects

  • Ability to ‘compose’ basic model attributes to create any variant of a piece of equipment (tank, Infantry Fighting Vehicle, truck, radar, rifle, etc.)


Support a distributed exercise architecture with servers and workstations at separate locations

Support a Distributed Exercise Architecture with Servers and Workstations at Separate Locations

v1.0

v2.0

v3.0

v4.0

  • Simulation and workstations geographically separated

  • Support functions (technical control, AAR) able to function at ‘any’ location


Provide after action review capability

Provide After Action Review Capability

v1.0

v2.0

v3.0

v4.0

  • Develop AAR products concurrent with simulation execution

  • Collect data/develop AAR products for both OneSAF ‘stand alone’ and ‘federated’ applications

  • Text, graphic, 2D and 3D products

  • ‘Playback’, with ability to select point(s) in time, playback faster than real time, pause, reverse, and filter on selected units/information

  • Provide formal AAR presentation in no more than two hours from PAUSEX/ENDEX.


Provide user documentation for bctc personnel and simulation augmentation personnel

Provide User Documentation for BCTC Personnel and Simulation Augmentation Personnel

  • Technical ‘How to Run’ manuals: usable by BCTC personnel

  • Operational ‘How to Use/How to Manipulate’ manuals

    • Usable by ‘Virtual Warriors’ (BCTC augmentee personnel)

v1.0

v2.0

v3.0

v4.0


Training exercises military operations temo domain update one semi automated force

Terrain Database Library

v1.0

v2.0

v3.0

v4.0

  • The TPO-directed requirement for OneSAF is to provide five terrain databases with the fully-fielded version

    • Korea

    • Southwest Asia

    • Fort Hood

    • NTC

    • JRTC

  • Units worldwide build/maintain own terrain databases


Ability to federate with constructive and virtual simulations simulators

Ability to Federate with Constructive and Virtual Simulations/Simulators

v1.0

v2.0

v3.0

v4.0

  • Provide required modeling/effects

  • Provide consistent shared view between Constructive & Virtual sims

    • Common Environment

  • Replace CCTT and AVCATT SAFs

  • Provide a “Fair Fight”


Summary

Summary

  • Actively working with TPO-OneSAF, PM-OneSAF, and other domains

  • Supporting PM in assessing v1.0, v1.1, v1.5

  • Planning in progress for evaluating v2.0, Dec 07

  • Possible (best case) TEMO certification of OneSAF v3.0 with fielding in FY 09-10 timeframe

  • Probable (most likely) TEMO certification of OneSAF v4.0 with fielding in FY 10-11 timeframe


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