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FORCEnet Resource Sponsor By RDML(SEL) Betsy Hight OPNAV N61C 29 APR 2004. Sea Shield. Sea Trial. Sea Strike. Sea Warrior. FORCEnet. Sea Enterprise. Sea Basing. Sea Power 21. Sea Strike – Projecting Precise and Persistent Offensive Power

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FORCEnet

Resource Sponsor

By

RDML(SEL) Betsy Hight

OPNAV N61C

29 APR 2004

sea power 21

Sea Shield

Sea Trial

Sea Strike

Sea Warrior

FORCEnet

Sea Enterprise

Sea Basing

Sea Power 21
  • Sea Strike – Projecting Precise and Persistent Offensive Power
  • Sea Shield – Projecting Global Defensive Assurance
  • Sea Basing – Projecting Joint Operational Independence
  • Sea Trial – Process of Innovation
  • Sea Warrior – Investing in Sailors
  • Sea Enterprise – Resourcing tomorrow’s Fleet
slide3

Sea Power 21

FORCEnet Component

Ubiquitous and secure communications

Persistent ISR

Robust links

Fully netted sensors

Flawless combat ID & blue force tracking

Full coalition interoperability

Shared maritime picture

Ironclad network defense-in-depth

FORCEnet is a broad DoN initiative to implement network centric warfare through the Naval force by enabling robust information sharing and collaboration between Warriors, weapons, sensors, command and control systems, support systems and platforms from seabed to space and sea to land.

n6 7 organization warfare requirements and programs

API

Warfare Integration

N70

  • Naval Capabilities Process
  • Sponsor Program Proposal Integration

Surface Warfare

Air Warfare

N7SP

Surface Warfare

Air Warfare

Submarine

Warfare

Space/IW/C2

Expeditionary

Expeditionary

Warfare

Information

Special

Programs

Warfare

N76

Technology

N78

N61

Submarine Warfare

N77

N75

  • Requirements IT/IO/NMCI/IT21
  • Spectrum, IA, BLII, Space, C4I, JFN
  • FORCENet
  • Requirements Maritime
  • Warfare Theater, Air Warfare and Manpower
  • Safety and Survivability
  • Missile Def Doc
  • Missile Defense
  • Defense/Single
  • Counter-Proliferation/AT/FP
  • Requirements for submarines and undersea systems (cueing, offboard vehicles, ...) in support of:
  • ASW / ASUW
  • MCM
  • ISR
  • SOF
  • Covert Early Attack
  • Global Deterrence
  • Future Plans, Requirements, and Budget For Naval Aviation, Weapons Systems, and Aircraft Carrier Programs
  • Requirements Naval Warfare
  • Special Mine Warfare
  • Amphibious Warfare
  • Aviation Systems
N6/7 OrganizationWarfare, Requirements and Programs

Warfare Requirements & Programs

Warfare Requirements & Programs

N6/7

N6/7

  • Science and Technology
  • Deputy, Navy Information Officer

Warfare

Integration

C4 Integration

and Policy

N7F

N6F

FORCEnet

SEA Basing

SEA Shield

SEA Strike

the forcenet pillars

Detect and ID Targets

  • Fixed Land Targets
  • Moving Land Targets
  • Air and Missile Targets
  • Surface Targets
  • Submarine Targets
  • Mines
The FORCEnet Pillars

FORCEnet

Communication and Data Networks

Intel, Surveillance, and Recon

Common Operational and Tactical Picture

Provide Communications Infrastructure

Conduct Sensor Management and Information Processing

Provide Mission Planning

Provide Battle Management Synchronization

Provide Network Protection

Provide Common PNT and Environmental Info

Provide Network Synchronization

Integrate and Distribute Sensor Info

Provide Cueing and Targeting Info

Provide Information Transfer

Track and Facilitate Engagement of Time Sensitive Targets

Assess Engagement Results

Track and Facilitate Engagement of Non-Time Sensitive Targets

forcenet attributes
FORCEnet Attributes
  • Timely: data latency, quality of service, throughput demand versus availability and efficiency
  • Secure: information assurance – protected from compromise, unauthorized alteration and loss, detect and counter intrusions, system authentication
  • Reliable: redundancy for network availability/survivability, guaranteed delivery, unaffected by course or sea state or depth, data authentication
  • Accurate:data accuracy over time and track data error as measured in three dimensional space plus time
  • Joint, Interoperable information: track fusion and sharing in support of Joint Battle Management Command and Control – “One target one track”
pom process

SYSCOM

Analysis

Strategic

Guidance

Mission Area

Analysis

Force

Capability

Metrics

MCP

MCP

Warfighting

(Campaign)

Analysis

NCP

N6/N7 SPP

Transformation

Roadmap

S & T

Assessment

Program

Guidance

  • ISCP
  • Investment Priorities
  • Capability Balance

Force Structure & Munitions (NNOR)

Analyses

Investment

Strategy

POM Process
guidance excerpts
Guidance Excerpts
  • Strategic Planning Guidance
    • *Convert from circuit- to IP-based terminals to use Teleport operational capability
    • *Fund JTRS, including wideband networking waveform
    • *Begin fielding NATO-compliant cooperative identification
    • *Fund the synchronization of ground and airborne elements of each space system and take advantage of each constellation’s capability at IOC
  • CNO Guidance
    • *Define Naval C4 capability for the Common Operational and Tactical Picture within Joint architecture
    • *Plan for increased use of unmanned systems for tactical ISR
pom process9

SYSCOM

Analysis

Strategic

Guidance

Mission Area

Analysis

Force

Capability

Metrics

MCP

MCP

Warfighting

(Campaign)

Analysis

NCP

N6/N7 SPP

Transformation

Roadmap

S & T

Assessment

Program

Guidance

  • ISCP
  • Investment Priorities
  • Capability Balance

Force Structure & Munitions (NNOR)

Analyses

Investment

Strategy

POM Process
mission thread mobile targeting

Detect ID Track Decide Engage Assess

TAMPS GCCS TESS/NITES 2000

Determine

Environment

UAV RJ

SHARP

GCCS

DCGS

Link-11/16

PTW JTW

JSIPS

Set Target Priorities

JTW PTW

TES CGS

Detect Target

Track until Stopped

Geolocate Target

Task Sensor

Assess Cue

GCCS

DCGS

E

Determine Sensor Availability

ID Target

JTW PTW TES CGS GCCS COP

TPS TAMPS JMPS TBMCS APS DIWSA

PTW TES

NFCS JCSE JTT APS

AFATDS

Determine weapon / Target / Platform Selection

Assess Engagement Capability

Update Mission Plans

Execute Force Order

Support Weapon Flyout

DDD Target

NFCS MDS

PCMDS Voice

Link 11/16

NFCS GCCS

Link 11/16

Perform TCT Deconfliction

GCCS NFCS ACDS Link-16

Collect BDI / BHI

Assess BDI / BHI

Remove from Target List

JCSE NFCS JTT

UAV RJ

SHARP

JSIPS JTT JTW

PTW SHARP TES

Mission ThreadMobile Targeting
pom process11

SYSCOM

Analysis

Strategic

Guidance

Mission Area

Analysis

Force

Capability

Metrics

MCP

MCP

Warfighting

(Campaign)

Analysis

NCP

N6/N7 SPP

Transformation

Roadmap

S & T

Assessment

Program

Guidance

  • ISCP
  • Investment Priorities
  • Capability Balance

Force Structure & Munitions (NNOR)

Analyses

Investment

Strategy

POM Process
sources of analysis no single model provides all the answers
Sources of AnalysisNo single model provides all the answers

Attributes

Techniques Used

  • OIF / OEF Lessons Learned
    • -- Data derived from real world stressors on the full range of C4ISR
  • Performance of fielded systems assessed during maximum stress of combat
  • Tactics, training and procedural shortfalls highlighted for correction
  • Campaign Level Modeling
    • --Pre-defined scenarios with multiple excursions
  • First-ever modeling of C4ISR and interdependencies of other warfare pillars
  • Wargaming
    • --Sea Shield and FORCEnet war
    • --FORCEnet Information Assurance / Computer Network Defense war game
  • Interactions and feedback with other pillars
  • Provides operator input to analysis
  • Un-scripted game play with unexpected enemy actions in the info assurance / computer network defense war game
  • SYSCOM Program Assessment
    • --Highlights programmatic, interoperability and redundancy risks
  • Provides programmatic health assessment
  • Technical analysis of interoperability
  • Sea Trial
    • --Demonstrates technical feasibility of cutting-edge solutions
  • Evaluates performance of solution sets
  • Validates metrics
sea trial
Sea Trial
  • Trident Warrior (TW 03) Integrated Prototype Demonstration (IPD) (ESSEX ESG) assessed:
    • Dynamic Bandwidth Management
    • Army, Navy, Marine Corps fires interoperability
    • Inter-Battle Group Wireless Network (LOS Data Transfer)
  • Giant Shadow Limited Objective Experiment (LOE) (HAIRY BUFFALO) examined:
    • Covert ISR and strike from SSGN
    • C4ISR metric analysis and processes
  • CNA OIF studies (multiple CSG/ESGs):
    • Bandwidth efficiency modeling
    • System reliability and performance
  • Networked Labs and Test Facilities
  • FY04: Trident Warrior 04; Silent Hammer; Joint Rapid Architecture Experimentation
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FORCEnet NCP Priorities

  • Get the warfighters on protected nets
  • Networks
  • Comms (RF Bandwidth)
  • Data Links
  • Enterprise Solutions
  • COTP
  • ISR
  • Combat ID
  • The Unexpected
  • External To Navy
  • Critical Enablers

Sea Power 21

Sea Strike

Sea Base

Sea Shield

Sea Enterprise

  • Get the right info to the right place

COTP

ISR

NETWORKS

FORCEnet

  • Leverage opportunities

Enterprise

Solutions

pom process15

SYSCOM

Analysis

Strategic

Guidance

Mission Area

Analysis

Force

Capability

Metrics

MCP

MCP

Warfighting

(Campaign)

Analysis

NCP

N6/N7 SPP

Transformation

Roadmap

S & T

Assessment

Program

Guidance

  • ISCP
  • Investment Priorities
  • Capability Balance

Force Structure & Munitions (NNOR)

Analyses

Investment

Strategy

POM Process
maximizing capabilities
Maximizing Capabilities

COTP

SATCOM

Sensors

Computer Network

Defense

Antennas

Crypto

Terminals

Targeting Data

Shipboard Networks

Service Oriented Architectures

Assured Access

Single

Authoritative Database

Reduced Latency

IP

Transformation

Software-defined Radios

Machine to Machine

Bandwidth

warfighting wholeness

Cost &Risk

Capability

Warfighting Wholeness

Maximum Return on Investment

pom process18

SYSCOM

Analysis

Strategic

Guidance

Mission Area

Analysis

Force

Capability

Metrics

MCP

MCP

Warfighting

(Campaign)

Analysis

4

NCP

N6/N7 SPP

Transformation

Roadmap

S & T

Assessment

Program

Guidance

  • ISCP
  • Investment Priorities
  • Capability Balance

Force Structure & Munitions (NNOR)

Analyses

Investment

Strategy

POM Process
pom 06 investment priorities
POM-06 Investment Priorities
  • Warfighting Wholeness
    • Network Centric Warfare
    • Navy contribution to the Joint fight
    • Flexible, forward response
  • Enterprise View
    • Interdependencies of readiness, warfighting & manpower efforts
  • Manpower
    • Effective use of manpower – Human Systems Integration
    • Leverage technology where possible / practical
  • S&T / R&D
    • Focus on identified gaps
  • Marketplace
    • Understand our role in the marketplace
what we need from industry
What We Need From Industry
  • Measurable Impact to Warfighting Capability
    • Help us demonstrate the power of the network!
    • Instrumented systems
  • End-to-end view warfighting capability
    • People, training, systems, outputs
  • Standards-based, non-proprietary capabilities
    • Service Oriented Architectures, open systems, modular/scalable
  • Remember the cognitive domain!
    • Average age of our Sailors 19-21