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Test and Evaluation in Support of Transformation. Dr. James Streilein Director, Army Evaluation Center (AEC). Army Test and Evaluation Command. “MANPRINT in T&E Challenges”. Past record of successes (C2V, FOX, Div. XXI, IAV……LOSAT) Strengthening relationship with ARL-HRED

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Test and Evaluationin Support of Transformation

Dr. James StreileinDirector, Army Evaluation Center (AEC)

Army Test and Evaluation Command

manprint in t e challenges
“MANPRINT in T&E Challenges”
  • Past record of successes (C2V, FOX, Div. XXI, IAV……LOSAT)
  • Strengthening relationship with ARL-HRED
  • Resourcing is an uphill challenge
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AGENDA

  • History of ATEC
  • ATEC Mission, Organization
  • ATEC Involvement in IAV, BCT
  • ATEC - HRED Coordination
  • MANPRINT in T&E
  • Summary
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TECOM

DevelopmentalTest & Evaluation(DTE)

TECOM

(DT)

AMSAA

SLAD

Jun 96

VCSA

Approved

CAE

Nov 98

VCSA

Approved

CAT

Consolidation of

Army Evaluation

Consolidation of

Army Testing

OPTEC

FOA Reportingto VCSA

TEXCOMOperational Testing(OT)

OECOperational Evaluation(OE)

EAC Formed

OPTEC

TEXCOM (OT)

OEC (OE)

EAC (DE)

ATEC History(Post 1990)

AMC

atec mission organization locations

Alexandria

HQ ATEC

ITSA

HQ AECADED AVED IED CCED CSED FSED IMAEDC3ED

Ft Greely

CRTC

Aberdeen

HQ DTC

ATC

SED(AEC)

ILS (AEC)

R&M (AEC)

  • Army’s test and evaluation activity
  • Reports on system operational effectiveness, suitability, & survivability
  • Conducts Developmental Test (DT),
  • independent Operational Test (OT),
  • & integrated System Evaluations

Ft. Lewis

ATEC BCT TECO

DTC Field Office

Ft Leavenworth ATEC LNO

Ft Sill FSTD

Dugway

DPG

Ft. Monmouth

AECField Office

Hawaii

TRTC

SEC, Army

Ft Monroe

ATEC LNO

DUSA (OR)

CSA

Ft. Bragg

ABNSOTD

U.S. Army Developmental

Test Command

(DTC)

VCSA

Yuma

YPG

AVCSA

Redstone Arsenal

RTTC

Ft Rucker

ATTC

Ft. Bliss

ATSA

ADATD

AEC Field Office

U.S. Army Test and

Evaluation Command

(ATEC)

Ft Huachuca

EPG

IEWTD

Ft. Hood

HQ OTC ECSTD AVTD CCTD C4TD ACTID TESA

ACAITSA

DTC Field Office

White Sands

WSMR

U.S. Army

Operational

Test Command

(OTC)

U.S. Army

Evaluation

Center

(AEC)

ATEC Mission, Organization & Locations
early involvement bct
Early InvolvementBCT
  • Supported Platform Performance Demonstration (PPD) - Dec 99 - Jan 00
    • TRADOC “Market Survey”
    • Assessed 35 different vehicles
    • 5 foreign countries participated
  • Bid Sample (Source Selection) - Jun 00
    • Assess key performance parameters of offerors
    • Limited to Infantry Carrier Vehicle assessment
    • Supports MS I/II and Early LRIP decision

ATEC tested prototype systems & provided “near-real-time” data feedback to the SSEB using VISIONS database

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FT. Lewis BCT

Developmental Training

OCT NOV

OCT NOV

JAN 01 FEB

JAN 01 FEB

BOS

Teams

STAFF/

CDR

BN

BDE

SEP NOV

CO

CO

JUN AUG

PLT

PLT

MAY JUL

Refine

SQD

SQD

Provided two training assessment reports to TRADOC

Refine

Unit Chain of command

iav family of vehicles
IAV Family of Vehicles
  • Infantry Carrier Vehicle (ICV) Variant Per Brigade*
    • Infantry Carrier Vehicle (ICV) 108
    • Mortar Carrier Vehicle (MCV) 36
    • Antitank Guided Missile Vehicle (ATGM) 12
    • Reconnaissance Vehicle (RV) 54
    • Fire Support Vehicle (FSV) 13
    • Engineer Squad Vehicle (ESV) 9
    • Commander’s Vehicle (CV) 39
    • Medical Evacuation Vehicle (MEV) 20
    • NBC Reconnaissance Vehicle (NBCRV) 4
  • Mobile Gun System (MGS) Variant 36

Until contract award, it is not known which systems will be available for the IOTE next summer

Bringing RFP in sync

with Army POM,i.e.

5BCT to 6BCT raises

vehicle procurement

totals from 1911

to 2131

Total 331

*Per Solicitation Requirements

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Current TRADOC Approved COIC

-Load into, fly in C-130, unload ready to

fight

COI #4:Does the IAV family of vehicles support missions IAW the IBCT O&O?

-Ratings on MTP tasks

-Mission results

-Host & Integrate C4ISR

-Egress and Ingress

Infantry and Engineer

Interim Armored Vehicle Family COIC

Effectiveness

Suitability

Survivability

COI #2:Does the IAV meet transportability requirements for the IBCTIAW the IBCT O&O?

COI# 3:Does the training support package support IAV platform training?

COI #5:Does the IAV provide an adequate level of protection to occupants in operations IAW the IAV ORD?

COI #1 Is the IAV suitable to support operations IAW the IBCT O&O?

-New Equipment

Training

-Results of COI

1, 2 and 4

-1000 mean mile between failure

-Rapid Refuel

-Self-recovery/Tow

-HFE/Safety

-Soldier Survivability

Assessment

-USC Title 10 Live Fire:

direct, overhead,

and mines.

- HEMP, NBC

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P3I BLOCK MOD

PROD- FIELD

Contractor Testing

PROD- FIELD

PROD- FIELD

EMD

Contractor Testing

Contractor Testing

PDRR

IAV Long Range T&E Strategy

FY 00

FY 01

FY 02

FY 03

FY 04

FY 05

FY 06

4 QTR

4 QTR

1 QTR

2 QTR

2 QTR

3 QTR

4 QTR

4 QTR

1 QTR

4 QTR

1 QTR

2 QTR

3 QTR

1 QTR

2 QTR

3 QTR

1 QTR

2 QTR

3 QTR

4 QTR

2 QTR

3 QTR

1 QTR

2 QTR

3 QTR

1 QTR

FUE

BCT

Events

IOC

BN/BDE CPX

SQD/PLT/CO STX

T&E Events for ICV Configurations & MGS will be updated based on contract award

IAV

Events

MS I/II

Bid

Sample

PVT

MS III

LUT

LFT&E

ICV + 1-2 MGS Configurations

IOT&E

LRIP

LLI

MS III

LUT

LFT&E / PVT

MGS + 4-5 ICV Configurations

P3I BLOCK MOD

PQT

IOT&E

LRIP

MS III

LFT&E / PVT

LUT

Final 1-2 ICV Configurations

IOT&E

P3I BLOCK MOD

PPQT

PQT

EMD

LRIP

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Model

Test

Model

Janus

IOTE

Live

Simulation

Appliqué

CASTFOREM

Model-Test-Model Methodology

Constructive Simulation

  • Issues
  • System

Performance

  • Force Structure
  • Scenarios

IOT Results

Post-IOTE

Janus

Collect and provide liveevent data

CASTFOREM

Force Effectiveness

Scenario and Issue Analysis

Live Assessment

Model

Validation

Company

Mission

Success Templates

Battalion

Brigade

Base-line

Comparison

CASTFOREM - Combined Arms and Support Task Force Evaluation Model

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BCT IOTE

  • Supports a MS III and DAB for the IAV and other tested configurations
  • Focus on the ICV’s impacts on mission accomplishment
  • C4ISR operations key to unit operations / evaluation
  • COIC’s in staffing
  • Supportable by industry
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ATEC - HRED Cooperation

  • Integration of MANPRINT into T&E efforts stated in ATEC directives
  • On-going involvement of HRED personnel in T&E events and AST
  • Strong Support by Senior Leadership
  • CG, ATEC serves on MANPRINT BA
  • HRED Field Element at ATEC HQ
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Summary

  • ATEC is providing independent :
    • - Insights and feedback to materiel developers throughout the acquisition lifecycle
    • - Assessments and evaluations on effectiveness, suitability, and survivability
    • - Advice to Senior Army Leaders
  • Approaching future with confidence:
    • - Accomplish an increasing workload through an
    • Integrated T&E process

ATEC is performing a critical

role in preparing the Army for the

Future!