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  1. Experimentation Activities Key Results NORAD-USNORTHCOM LTC Marc Lee NORAD-USNORTHCOM 10 Jan 07

  2. Unified Quest 06 (22-28 April 06) NORAD-USNORTHCOM Event / Activity Description • Key Objectives / Warfighter Challenges Army Title 10 War-game, co-sponsored with USJFCOM. The events consisted of three Cases: A -Irregular Warfare; B -Strategic Global Agility; C - Global Cell / HLD; NORTHCOM participated in Case C involving a “loose nuke” approaching the Homeland. • Interagency & Multinational Coordination • Homeland Defense • Maritime Domain Awareness • Analyze and refine DoD Homeland Defense and Civil Support Joint Operating Concept Participants: All Services, JFCOM, EUCOM, NORTHCOM, UK, Canada, Italy, Germany, Finland, Japan, Korea, Poland, Sweden Key Findings: • Homeland Defense in a seamless global battlespace requires a layered approach • Forward Region • Approaches • Homeland • The US must balance risk in terms of the forces/resources available to search for threat • while conducting other operations as required • Detect, Deter, Defeat, and Consequence Management planning ongoing simultaneously • Countering the Forward Threat requires cooperation with international partners at all levels • International/domestic partners have unique perspectives of HLS/HD

  3. Joint Urban Warrior 06 (2-4 May 06) NORAD-USNORTHCOM Event / Activity Description • Key Objectives / Warfighter Challenges Marine Corps and JFCOM co-sponsored seminar. The event focused on the reaction to a Cat-5 hurricane disrupting Eastern and Northern Virginia and the District of Columbia, and a terrorist attack exploiting a natural disaster. • Joint and Interagency Coordination • Defense Support of Civil Authorities • Emergency Preparedness • Consequence Mgmt • Critical Infrastructure Protection • Anti-terrorism/Force protection • WMD/CBRNE Detection Participants: Military Services, JFCOM, VA, DC, NORTHCOM, DHS, MDW, NGB, National Weather Service, NGOs, VA First Responders Key Findings: • Lack of Understanding between Local First Responders and Federal authorities. • Excessive layers of sub contracting • Problems Impacting governance and military capability of a major natural disaster in the • National Capital Region. • Problems in collecting and sharing of assessment data. • No national standard for first responders or way of certifying them as competent. • Identification of interagency disaster relief requirements for purposes of procurement.

  4. Near-TermExperimentation Activities NORAD-USNORTHCOM

  5. NORAD-USNORTHCOM Key Experimentation Events NOBLE RESOLVE NOBLE RESOLVE is a series of experiments designed to identify capability gaps, develop recommendations and DOTMLPF proposals and new tactics, techniques and procedures to measurably improve the COCOMs and homeland security partners’ mission effectiveness. WFCs Maritime domain awareness Interagency coordination Pandemic influenza WMD/CBRNE detection Critical infrastructure protection

  6. NORAD-USNORTHCOM • Experimentation proposals submitted to JFCOM • Wide Area Surveillance Family of Systems • Counter-UAV Capabilities • C2 Experiment for Asymmetric Threat • Wide Area Stare Mode for ROTHR • OTHR Cueing of BMD Engagement Systems • ROTHR and ETMS Integration • Use of ROTHR in PROJECT FAIRFIELD • Evaluation of Classified Northrup Grumman Program • MDA CONOPS TTX • Test C2 for Maritime Homeland Security Civil Support • Air to Ship CONOPS • Test ONE C2 for Maritime Homeland Defense Missions • DoD HD and CS JOC LOE • TENCAP Projects in Vigilant Shield 08 • US-Mexico Pandemic Influenza Exercise • Interagency Information Sharing • Pandemic Influenza Threats FHP Issues • Limiting DoD Travel in Pandemic Influenza • JTF NIMS • Capital Archer • C2 CBRNE • DoD JTF/DHS JFO

  7. Noble Resolve 1 11. MDA CONOPS 12. C2 for HS Civil Support 14. Op Noble Eagle C2 for Maritime 22. Capital Archer NORAD-USNORTHCOM Experimentation proposals binned to venues Noble Resolve 2 1. Disaster Force Pkg 5. C2 Asym Threat 15. US/MEX PI 16. HD CS JOC LOE 19 PI Threat- FP Issues 20. Limiting DOD tvl in PI 21. JTF NIMS 23. C2 CBRNE 24. DoD JTF/ DHS JFO Cross-Cutting Issues 2. IA Data Sharing 18. IA Info Sharing Trident Warrior 07 11. Nat’l MDA CONOPS MHQ w/ MOC CONOPS Trident Warrior 08: 4. Counter UAV (Also JEFX) 13. Air-to-Ship CONOPS • Other Initiatives • 3. WAS Fam of Sys • 4. Counter UAV • 6. Wide Area Stare • 7. OTH Cueing • 8. ROTHR/ETMS • 9. Project Fairfield Vigilant Shield 08 17.TENCAP Projects

  8. NORAD-USNORTHCOM FY07 WAY AHEAD NOBLE RESOLVE 2 NOBLE RESOLVE 1 K N O W N E V E N T S UNIFIED QUEST CASE C TRIDENT WARRIOR VIGILANT SHIELD OSD CS AB 1O KT ARDENT SENTRY TOP OFF IV OCT JAN APR JUL AUG VERTEX CWMD CWID OCT JAN APR JUL AUG Continuous planning focused on Pandemic Influenza to prep for 08

  9. NORAD-USNORTHCOM UNCLASSIFIED Warfighter Challenges form N-NC’s “Campaigns of Experimentation” WFC WFC WFC WFC WFC WFC WFC WFC Sample Experimentation Proposals 1 5 8 2 6 3 7 15 4 16 10 13 12 11 23 17 9 14 19 24 22 21 20 18

  10. NORAD-USNORTHCOM Questions?