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Purpose . Discuss plan for ESC FY-09 Experimentation JEFX-09 CWID-09 Empire Challenge-09 Cross Wing integration NETEX NCEL Experimentation. JEFX 09. Carmen Cosetti. JEFX 09-2/3 Leadership Guidance. Theme Joint Airborne Networking Focus Areas Network Interoperability

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purpose
Purpose
  • Discuss plan for ESC FY-09 Experimentation
  • JEFX-09
  • CWID-09
  • Empire Challenge-09
  • Cross Wing integration
  • NETEX
  • NCEL Experimentation
jefx 09

JEFX 09

Carmen Cosetti

jefx 09 2 3 leadership guidance
JEFX 09-2/3Leadership Guidance
  • Theme
    • Joint Airborne Networking
  • Focus Areas
    • Network Interoperability
    • Network Management
    • Network Enabled Weapons
  • Network
    • DREN/SDREN and JTEN
  • Location
    • CAOC-N Nellis AFB Las Vegas
jefx 2009 concepts and technical objectives
JEFX 2009 Concepts and Technical Objectives
  • Continue to develop dynamic AN routing
    • Demonstrate TTNT routing without GRE tunnels
    • Use TACLANE-Routers to encourage aircraft to have routing devices on their platforms
  • AN multi-hop multicast
  • Distributed Mission Analysis (DMA)
    • Both local and remote data link monitoring and analysis
  • “JICO Ready” network management suite
    • Enhanced tools for IP network and system management/monitoring
    • Demonstration of multi-domain security management/monitoring (Guard)
    • Evaluate TTPs for use with these systems
mission capabilities
Mission & Capabilities

Mission:

“Provide C4ISR collaborative environment to support R&D, DT/OT&E prep,

exercises, experimentation, acquisition development and direct warfighter

support”

Capabilities:

  • Subject Matter Experts:
    • Network & System Engineering
    • Security Engineering: Certification & Accreditation, COMSEC, CISSP
    • System Administration, Configuration Management and A/V Engineering
  • World-Wide Network Connectivity: Anytime, Anywhere!
  • Secure, Scalable Environment: Open storage SECRET & TS/SCI areas
  • Hardware/Software Systems: C4ISR, M&S, Network, Encryption and A/V
cwid 2009
CWID 2009
  • An established partnership with NATO and other CCEB CWIDs to support improved interoperability and multinational information sharing
  • Risk reduction environment for US and foreign national PORs with coalition interoperability requirements
  • Venue for review and assessment of disruptive technologies at no risk to the government
  • A robust and flexible network with core services as a basis for an interoperability baseline
  • Existing ties through USNORTHCOM with the Dept of Homeland Security and Public Safety Canada for the assessment of homeland security initiatives
    • Participation at the Federal/State/Local levels
    • Separate scenario with NGO players
slide9

EMPIRE CHALLENGE 2009

ISR C2 - Sensor Management

Program Overview Airborne Overhead Cooperative Ops

Program Overview Title

Name: JCSM

Organization: ESC/XR

EC09 Sponsor: Various ESC

Partners: ACC, and TBD; potentially USN, NGA

General Description: Enterprise initiative to explore early concepts in the areas of collaborative ISR planning and execution, to include dynamic retasking

Objective/Capability Thread Support

Maturity/Funding

Objective(s): Demonstrate value of collaborative (Joint) tasking vis-à-vis pre-planning of ISR resources, NRT, and RT re-tasking of assets in support of particular missions

Capability Thread(s) Likely a sub-thread of Joint ISR management thread (and potentially others)

Support Capabilities: ISR manager, improve ISR support to C2, evaluate CONOPS, Multi-INT battlespace awareness

Development Timeline: Leverage EC-08 products/initiatives and extend between Sep ‘08 – May ‘09

Transition Path: Varies; for example, initiative would likely demonstrate planned GH Block 40 CONOPS w/ BCS-M, DCGS-AF… in preparation for fielding. Other portions of initiative are more immature, further from fielding

EC09 Funding Status: TBD but anticipate programs, platforms would pay own way; would solicit small addditional $ for coordination activities

slide10

EMPIRE CHALLENGE ‘09

  • What is EC ‘09?
    • ISR-focused, “live-fly” event sponsored by USJFCOM
    • Directed at meeting WFC’s / COCOM gaps
    • “Pay to play” event (ESC programs will need to fund their respective efforts)
  • Broad objectives:
    • Improve ISR Support to C2
    • National/Strategic to tactical interoperability
    • DCGS JDC and CONOPS V2 assessment
    • Coalition Data Sharing and Interoperability
    • Multi-INT Battlespace Awareness
    • Continued Systems Interoperability / Data Standards development, Services expansion
  • Locations:
    • Likely China Lake (with multiple nodes)
    • CEIF Node?
esc cross wing integration experiment goals
ESC Cross-Wing Integration Experiment Goals
  • Demonstration of integrated AOC-DCGS ISR management workflow
    • Using existing systems/services (i.e., assets for U2 planning/management)
  • Show movement of data across system boundaries
  • Show how orchestrating sequences of existing services can support improved process/data flows
  • Proposed COI solutions (schemas and services) to bridge gaps in data sharing across “tribes”
    • Continued investment in activities to develop information standards and service definitions that can then be applied to our acquisition contracts.
integrated c2 isr management experiment scenario
Integrated C2/ISR Management Experiment Scenario

AOC WS

Data from

Workflows

ATO

ATO

TBMCS

RSTA

Replans

PRISM

ISR STAKE

RSTA

Target

Folders

MIDB,

Wpn data,

Etc.

Replans

Collection Plan

Exploitation Plan

Status

Imagery,

Reports,

Fdn Data,

Etc.

Softcopy

Reference Folders

Planning

Workflow

Re-planning

Workflow

Collection Plan

Exploitation Plan

Status

Common

Situational Awareness

DSP

IESS

AF DCGS

Exploitation

W/S

Data from

Workflows

netex overview

NETEX Overview

Carmen Corsetti

netex goals
NETEX Goals
  • MITRE Corporate initiative to create an environment for multi-agency experiments with external participants
    • Acquire domain knowledge
    • Establish and shakeout operational architecture
    • Build NETEX teams
    • Validate scenario
netex accomplishments
NETEX Accomplishments
  • Created realistic environment
    • Feedback from SME participants
  • Relationships established with external entities
    • United Airlines
    • Johns Hopkins University / APL (OASD/NII)
    • Thales-Raytheon Systems (BCS)
  • Integrated two major simulation environments (GRAIL, JSAF + CoT)
    • JFCOM Joint Semi Automated Forces (JSAF) developer fixed bug
  • Shared knowledge with sponsor-funded projects
    • Navy C2 Experiment Laboratory (formerly Strike Cell)
    • FAA Domestic Events Network (DEN)
    • NORAD Battle Command System (BCS)
what we learned
What We Learned
  • DEN participants part of a multi-level decision structure
  • Hardware on hand capable of simulating about 2000-2500 aircraft
  • Private sector has a significant role in managing aviation security incidents
  • Rare events in dynamic decision environments are not the focus of multiagency exercises
  • Significant amount of cross-center knowledge exchanged
netex labs and roles
NETEX Labs and Roles

Bedford 0M451

ATM Lab/MITRE 2

Cockpit simulation of intercept fighter*

Air Traffic simulation

ATC, ATM stations

Cockpit simulators

Hanscom

1614

EADS Cell**

*REACT MOIE partnership

SIF/MITRE 1

**BCS-F Program Office Partnership

Military Radar simulation

AWACS & Coastal Radar Tracks

Experiment Control

naval c4isr experimentation lab ncel

Naval C4ISR Experimentation Lab (NCEL)

Navy and USMC Sponsored Lab at MITRE

what is ncel
What is NCEL?
  • NCEL:
    • “…is a prototype facility providing a laboratory environment for technical and operational experimentsfocusing onNavy and other DoD C4ISR systems and concepts...”
    • “…brings together multiple sponsors’ systems that operate in realistic scenarios… leading to technical and operational outcomes that are evaluated by actual operators… to provide improved capability to the warfighter.”
    • “…conducts quarterly SIMEXes that may include anything from dynamic sensor control and target development to mission planning and automated target dissemination to the strike platforms.”
fy07 08 09 simexs
FY07/08/09 SIMEXs

SIMEX Sponsors:

    • LSRS PO - MCSC - SUBFOR
    • PEO(W)/PMA201 - JSuW JCTD - DISA

-- ONR - NWDC/C2 - OPNAV N2

-- CMA JCTD -- NSW

  • SIMEX 07-1 Jan 07 MDA
  • SIMEX 07-2 Apr 07 NSW/ LSRS Coordinated Operations TTP
  • SIMEX 07-3 Aug 07 JSuW JCTD
  • SIMEX 08-1 Feb 08 MDA
  • SIMEX 08-2 May 08 OA
  • SIMEX 08-3 Sep 08 OA/Irregular Warfare
  • SIMEX 09-1 Oct 08 NSW-LSRS
  • SIMEX09-2Jan/Feb 09 JSuW
  • SIMEX09-3 Mar 09 MDA
  • SIMEX09-4 Jun ISR/OPINTEL
  • SIMEX09-5 Aug/Sept OA/Irregular Warfare

MITRE

summary
Summary
  • The MITRE ESC team is currently involved in complex experimentation using different venues
  • Significant experience in planning and conducting experiments as well as participation in exercises over many years
  • Engineering experience in this area is significant
  • Planning to bring entire strength of ESC and MITRE to bear instead of isolated experiments.
  • Already involved in JEFX-09, CWID-09, EC-09 and MITRE NETEX /CEE events
af warfighter challenges
AF Warfighter Challenges
  • (U) Ref # 8679 Robust Communications Priority 10: The Joint Force Commander requires robust communications capabilities to command and control US forces
  • (U) Ref # 8669 Coping w/ Degraded Communications Priority 7: The Joint Force Commander and staff require strategies for maximizing the utility of finite communications bandwidth and coping with severely degraded communications during military operations.
jefx 09 focus areas
JEFX 09 Focus Areas
  • Network Interoperability:
    • Evolve and experiment with the airborne network applications and infrastructure to create a robust airborne work, enable data exchange and collaboration, and reduce the time to find, fix, target, track, engage, and assess time-sensitive targets
  • Network Management:
      • Evolve and experiment with the capability to manage multiple and disparate airborne networks and develop technologies and tactics, techniques and procedures for airborne network management
  • Net-Enabled Weapons:
      • Evolve and experiment with command and control system applications and infrastructure, to develop technologies and tactics, techniques, and procedures with applicability for net-enabled weapons
new jefx construct
New JEFX Construct
  • JEFX re-shaped: quarterly construct , now leaner & more agile
  • Quarterly battle rhythm creates more opportunities
    • Smaller, more flexible and focused events
    • More opportunities for warfighter engagement
    • Leverage existing persistent environments and events
      • Minimizes build-up/tear-down costs
      • Optimizes environment configuration/needed core services
  • New Partners: SIMAF, 46 TS, JC2 Net Enabled Weapons, Naval Surface Warfare Center, Jt Mission Environment Test Capability
    • Analytical rigor added to highly ops-based assessment
    • Increased reliance on virtual/constructive (AF-ICE)
    • Accelerated acquisition of emerging technology
  • Delivering Warfighter Capabilities
jefx 09 3 draft nellis live fly force list
JEFX 09-3 Draft Nellis Live Fly Force List

PlatformSortiesUnitCapabilitiesInit / Function Supported

F-22A 2 53 WG L 16 (Rec), TTNT, CW/UHF DL, IFDL 5th Gen, TRANSEPT, B-2

F-15E 2 53 WG L 16, Sniper, FAST?, Suite 6? N2TISR, iBDA?, FAST?

F-16CM 2 53 WG L 16, Sniper, HTS R7, FAST? TRANSEPT, FAST?

F-16CJ 1 LockMart L 16, Sniper, TTNT, L 16 FAST?, AMF? 5th Gen, TRANSEPT, FAST?, JTRS?

F/A-18 1 USMC L 16, Litening w/QNT, TTNT?, FAST? TEMG, FAST?

F/A-18 1 VX-31 L 16, Captive JSOW TEMG

EA-18G 2 VX-31 L 16, IBS-S, VMF TRANSEPT?, N2TISR?

B-1 1 53 WG L 16, TTNT, Sniper TEMG, N2TISR

B-2 1 53 WG L 16, IP SATCOM IP B-2, WWF Sp II, F-22

B-52 1 53 WG TTNT, Litening, HF BLOS TEMG, N2TISR

E-3B 1 552 ACW L 16 JANC, ANCS, NetD COP, NEW

RC-135 1 55 WG L 16, INMARSAT, IBS-I JANC, ANCS, TRANSEPT

E-8 1 116 ACW L 16 TEMG, JTRS, WWF Sp II

PREDATOR 1 53 WG FMV ISR Support

BD-700 (BACN) 1 NG L 16, TTNT, BIS?, MR-TCDL, INMAR JANC, ANCS

WB-57 (BACN) 1 NASA MR-TCDL JANC, ANCS

HH-60 2 53 WG? L 16, AMF? HH-60, JTRS?

Apache 1 Army AMF JTRS

King Air 1 TBD QNT TEMG (UCAS Surrogate)

King Air or T-39 1 TBD QNT TEMG (NEW Surrogate)

Scan Eagle UAV 2 TBD QNT TEMG

F-16/F-15 2 57 ATG Red Air for 5th Gen

KC-135 3 92 ARW ROBE? AAR

C-130 1 ANG? AMF JTRS

TOTAL 33 Blue = Must deploy to play

jefx 09 2 9 13 feb 09
JEFX 09-2 (9 - 13 Feb 09)

Sun

Mon

Tue

Wed

Thu

Fri

Sat

25 Jan 09

26 Jan 09

27 Jan 09

28 Jan 09

29 Jan 09

30 Jan 09

31 Jan 09

CAOC-N & JICO Cell Setup/Config

1 Feb 09

2 Feb 09

3 Feb 09

4 Feb 09

5 Feb 09

6 Feb 09

7 Feb 09

Mass/ Msn

Pre-Brief

LF LNO Arrival

Participant Travel

Data Link & RIPRNET Wringout

8 Feb 09

9 Feb 09

10 Feb 09

11 Feb 09

12 Feb 09

13 Feb 09

14 Feb 09

Live Fly (53 WG / Home Station Sorties)

LF Hotwash

Mass In-Brf

CAOC players

Experimentation (Live? Virtual? Constructive?)

CAOC-N Combat Ops Cell

08-2 H/W

RTB

jefx 09 3 30 mar 10 apr 09
JEFX 09-3 (30 Mar – 10 Apr 09)

Sun

Mon

Tue

Wed

Thu

Fri

Sat

22 Mar 09

23 Mar 09

24 Mar 09

25 Mar 09

26 Mar 09

27 Mar 09

28 Mar 09

LF ADVON

29 Mar 09

30 Mar 09

31 Mar 09

1 Apr 09

2 Apr 09

3 Apr 09

4 Apr 09

Mass InBrief

Msn Plan

Live Fly Arrival

Live Fly (Technical Focus)

CAOC-N Player Travel

Experimentation

Mass InBrief, Trng

5 Apr 09

6 Apr 09

7 Apr 09

7 Apr 09

9 Apr 09

10 Apr 09

11 Apr 09

LF Hotwash

First Week Assessment - fix networks revise TTPs

Live Fly (Operational Focus)

09-3 H/W

Experimentation

RTB

12 Apr 09

13 Apr 09

14 Apr 09

15 Apr 09

16 Apr 09

17 Apr 09

18 Apr 09

netex government participants
NETEX Government Participants
  • Purposes:
  • to involve government representatives in evaluating issues to be addressed in Experiment 2
  • to ensure valid representation of procedures, policies, and systems in the scenario

* Not present 3/20/08

33

jefx 08 3 tactical data network ov 1

25K DAMA ?

25K DEDICATED

SATURN

IBS-I/S

MR-TCDL

Senior Scout

Compass Call

TTNT

TTNT US Only

B-52

DCGS-A

LINK-16 US Only

LINK-16

IDM

Apache

JSTARS

EA-18G

RIVET JOINT

EA-6B

BD700

BACN

F-15C

F-15E

FA-18

WB-57

BACN

F-16C

GMG

FCS

B-1B

AWACS

USMC

F-16LM

F/A-22

RICO

JEFX 08-3 Tactical Data Network OV-1

JICO

TOPCOP

MOC/CSG

24

Apr 08

422 Vault

LOS MTI

IFDL

NTTR (Sonnet Net)

SIPRNet (US-Only tunneled)

CAOC -- Coalition Net (C-NET)

JREAP-C JREAP-A LINK-16 TTNT NTTR EPLRS/STRIKELINK TCDL MTI IBS VRC-99 IDM SATURN

netex where it fits in an experimentation series
NETEX : Where it fits in an Experimentation Series
  • Best Practice: a series of experiments mature knowledge and move concepts toward mission capability advances

What elements of DHS intelligence sharing might result in more actionable threat assessments?

Observations

Discovery Questions

A DEN common operating picture will improve in-flight threat response and lessen the impact on the nation

Hypotheses Testing

DOD – Engagement Result

DHS – Risk Level

FAA – # Flights Effected

Quantification

Capability Advance

netex environment
NETEX Environment

Agile Capability Mashup Environment

(ACME) Lab (MITRE Bedford)

MITRE 2 McLean Integrated Air Traffic Management (ATM) Lab

Gander Supervisor

and Gander Controller

Johns Hopkins University

Senior Leadership

Info Console

Airline Dispatcher

Boston Center

Identity Matching Laboratory

Civil Air

Communications

F16 Pilot (XPlane)

Air Traffic Control System Command Center (ATCSCC) Herndon

Center Supervisor

Link16 (Meeting Place)

Domestic Events Network (DEN) (Meeting Place)

Hanscom Air Force Base

Customs and Border Protection

Air Traffic Security Coordinator

White Cell

Homeland Infrastructure Threat and Risk Assess-

ment Center

Eastern Air Defense Sector

Transportation Security Operations Center

Airborne Warning And Control System (AWACS)

FAA

36

36

MITRE McLean Simulation Integration Facility (SIF) Lab

generic simex conops
Generic SIMEX CONOPS

Higher HQ’s

LSRS P-3

C2PC, GCCS, WEEMC, MDS, LCW, CMMA

JFMCC MOC

DCGS-N, GCCS, MTIX, C2PC, TPS, PTW, MDS, LCW, WEEMC

SCJC2/SPC

SIGINT Sensor Asset

C2PC, GCCS, LCW, WEEMC, MDS

ncel summary
NCEL Summary
  • Supports multiple Navy/Marine Corps sponsors
  • Conducts 3-4 SIMEXes a year to address sponsor TT&P, CONOPS and interoperability requirements
  • Focuses on C4ISR Processes for Time Sensitive Targeting and surface surveillance and tracking
  • Addresses both ashore and afloat targeting environments