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Mobile Modular Command Center (M2C2): The Next Level in Military Communications. Daniella Manansala CfAO Akimeka, LLC. July 22, 2005. Overview. Background M2C2 Introduction Primary Mission Objective 1: Features Objective 2: Gap Analysis Objective 3: Proposal . Background.

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Mobile Modular Command Center (M2C2): The Next Level in Military Communications

Daniella Manansala

CfAO

Akimeka, LLC.

July 22, 2005


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Overview

  • Background

  • M2C2 Introduction

  • Primary Mission

  • Objective 1: Features

  • Objective 2: Gap Analysis

  • Objective 3: Proposal


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Background

  • U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Pacific Experimentation Center partnering with the Office of Naval Research (ONR)

  • Leverage off existing communication infrastructure

  • Joint Early Entry Package (JEEP) & M2C2 provide support


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M2C2 Introduction

  • First step: Creating Architecture

  • Comprehensive and sophisticated training program

  • Only as valuable as the capabilities of the Marines operating it

  • Maximizing the skills of the Marines, maximize the overall power of the vehicle



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Primary Mission

  • Augment & support existing US Marine training programs w/ Advanced Training Technologies Program (ATTP)

  • Complete & proper training

    • Any time

    • Any place

    • In any situation

  • ATTP will:

    • Go with the Marines

    • When the Marines go

    • On the Marines schedule


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Objective One: Features 1/2

  • Facilitate the flow of:

    • Text and video imagery data

    • Battlefield sensor data

  • Control a variety of:

    • High Frequency (HF)

    • Very High Frequency (VHF)

    • Ultra High Frequency (UHF)

    • Satellite Communications (SATCOM) radios

  • Digital Transport Control Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) network


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Features 2/2

  • Carry all forms of:

    • Voice

    • Text

    • Video and

    • Internet packet data

  • GPS used for positional data input

  • Located in the back of a High Mobility Multi-purpose Wheeled Vehicle (HMMWV)



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Objective 2: Gap Analysis 1/6

  • Located & identified Marine Training Protocol

    • Individual Training Standards (ITS)

  • Researched Military Occupational Specialties (MOS) Manual of duties and tasks for:

    • Field Radio Operator

    • Information Systems Specialist

    • Tactical Network Specialist


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Gap Analysis 2/6

  • Main MOS position: Field Radio Operator

  • Currently training isn’t 100% sufficient for the M2C2

  • Training covers only some radio set equipment located in the M2C2 or not at all


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Gap Analysis 4/6

  • Field Radio Operators aren’t familiar with Cisco equipment and networking

  • Unfamiliar software:

    • Network configuration software (e.g. HyperTerminal)

  • Solution modifying/upgrading training to meet Marines & M2C2 standards


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Objective 3: Proposal (1/2)

  • Research all methods being used to train civilians & soldiers

  • Deciding upon the best method of training Marines

    • Advantages and Disadvantages

    • Statistics

    • Cost vs. Results


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Objective 3: Proposal (2/2)

Features/ Capabilities

Office of Naval Research (ONR)

Gap Analysis

Proposal

Analysis of Training Technologies


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Acknowledgements

  • Center for Adaptive Optics

    • Malika Moutawakkil Bell

    • Lisa Hunter

    • Liz Espinoza

  • Maui Economic Development Board

    • Isla Yap

  • Akimeka, LLC.

    • Ryan Harris

    • Amanda Hernandez

    • Jeff Gaylord

    • Kieth Molina

Funding provided through the Center for Adaptive Optics, a National Science Foundation Science and Technology Center (STC), AST-9876783



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