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JTLS Program FY 2011 Update . Joint and Coalition Warfighting Joint Operational System Environment Division. Larry Hose, General Dynamics JCS DDJ7 JCW Synchronization & Integration JOSE / Environment Development JTLS Project Coordinator. Agenda. JCW Mission & Vision

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JTLS Program FY 2011 Update

Joint and Coalition Warfighting

Joint Operational System Environment Division

Larry Hose, General Dynamics

JCS DDJ7 JCW

Synchronization & Integration

JOSE / Environment Development

JTLS Project Coordinator

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Agenda

  • JCW Mission & Vision
  • JTLS Program Management
  • FY11 O&M
  • FY11 RDT&E
  • JTLS Users
  • JTLS Development Timeline
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Joint and Coalition Warfighting

Mission: On behalf of the Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff, the Deputy Director J7 for Joint and Coalition Warfighting supports the training and development of Joint, interagency, and multinational capabilities in order to meet the present and future operational needs of the Joint and Coalition force.

Vision: To be the premier center for Joint and Coalition training and development in the Department of Defense.

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JTLS Program Management

  • JCW Manages The JTLS Program
    • Maintain Configuration Management/Control
    • Conduct Configuration Control Board (CCB) (Annual)
    • JTLS International Users’ Group (Annual)
    • Training Gap Analysis Forum (TGAF) (Annual)
    • Conduct JTLS working groups (As necessary)
    • Monitor Operations and Maintenance (Ongoing)
  • Development
    • Design/Operational/Exercise Issues/Mod Requests
    • Track Changes, Conduct In-Progress Reviews and Conduct Final Testing (coordinate efforts with R&A)
    • Version Release/Interim Maintenance Releases
  • Gather User Feedback
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FY11 Operations & Maintenance

  • Rivers and road modeling in JTLS
  • The Intelligence Imagery Collection program
  • Internationalization of JTLS (translation of languages for the
  • WHIP – Web-Hosted Interface Program)
  • The XML data imported and exported between JTLS and the
  • Joint Training Data Services (JTDS) and associated programs
  • Fix battle damage assessment (BDA) reports associated with
  • Multi-Target Attack Missions
  • Modernize the way JTLS and Theater Battle Management Core
  • System (TBMCS) interface.
  • Splitting of aircraft within the mission – including sensors, fuel, weapons and crews
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FY11 Operations & Maintenance (cont)

  • Multi-side use of Runways; maintain set rules of engagement
  • Develop updates to JTLS standard database and repository;
  • Korea Standard Database
  • Replace DDS Forms 6i; upgrades to JTLS’s Oracle based
  • programs; incorporate GLASSFISH
  • Support Existing Federation: upgrade previous, and maintain
  • current, federation and integration capabilities with other
  • simulations, devices, programs and processes (JLVC, NTF)
  • Maintain an operational capability to operate in a federation
  • using the High Level Architecture (HLA) Institute of Electrical
  • and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) 1516 Standard (VRSG virtuals)
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FY11 Research, Development, Testing and Evaluation (RDT&E)

  • Develop and integrate JTLS to operate in the Joint Live, Virtual
  • and Constructive (JLVC) federation using the High Level
  • Architecture (HLA), Run-time Infrastructure (RTI) and Real-Time
  • Platform Reference (RPR) Federation Object Model (FOM)
  • Integrate JTLS with virtual simulations using JLVC HLA/RTI RPR
  • FOM. Virtuals: Multiple Unified Simulation Environment
  • (MUSE) and Virtual Reality Scene Generator (VRSG)
  • Develop JTLS database and scenario for integration testing with
  • LVC federation based on United States West Coast terrain
  • Develop JTLS to model the snorkel times for diesel submarines
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JTLS International Users/Sites

JWC

WPC

Slovenia

NC3A

Japan (4)

United Kingdom

Rep of Korea

JWFC

Taiwan

France (2)

Italy

Greece

Turkey

Spain

Pakistan

Saudi Arabia

Thailand

UAE (2)

Malaysia

Norway

Poland (2)

  • Australia – Australian Defense Force Warfare Center
  • France – Center Intermees de Defense (CID) & University of Marseilles & Laboratoire
  • des Sciences de L’Information et des Systemes (LSIS)
  • Greece – Hellenic National Defense General Staff, War Games Department (HNDGS)
  • Italy – Ministry of Defense (MOD) through Marconi
  • Japan – Mitsubishi Electric Company (MELCO) for JDA
  • Joint Warfare Center (JWC) – Stavanger, Norway
  • Joint & Coalition Warfighting Center (JCWC) (previous JWFC) – Suffolk, Virginia USA
  • Korea – ROK AF Air University
  • Malaysia – Malaysian Armed Forces (MAF)
  • NATO C3 AGENCY (NC3A) - The Hague, NL
  • Norway – SO Exercises, NOR National Joint Headquarters
  • Pakistan – Ministry of Defence, National Defence University (NDU), Wargaming Center
  • Poland – Polish General Staff & Joint Forces Training Center (JFTC)
  • Saudi Arabia – Processing
  • Slovenia – Ministry of Defense
  • Spain – Engineering & Services Agency for Defense and Transportation (ISDEFE)
  • Taiwan – Ministry of National Defence, Joint Exercise & Training Center
  • Thailand – Royal Thai Supreme Command (RTSC), Joint Staff College
  • Turkey – Ministry of National Defense (MND)
  • United Arab Emirates (UAE) – through Coleman Research Corp (UAE M&S Center)
  • United Kingdom – Defence Science and Technology Laboratory
  • Warrior Preparation Center (WPC) Einsiedlerhof Air Station near Ramstein AB, Germany

Australia

As of Mar 2011

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JTLS Development Timeline

  • JTLS V3.4.6 - JLVC Design Meeting 4-7 Jan 11
  • JTLS V4.0 - JLVC MUSE (VRSG) Test 1 28 Mar - 1 Apr 11
  • JTLS V4.0 Alpha Test 4-8 Apr 11
  • JTLS V4.0 - JLVC MUSE (VRSG) Test 2 20-24 Jun 11
  • JTLS V4.0 Beta Test 27 Jun- 1 Jul 11
  • JTLS V4.0 - JLVC MUSE (VRSG) Test 3 25-29 Jul 11
  • JTLS V4.0 – TBMCS Test 1 29 Aug- 2 Sep11
  • JTLS V4.0 Acceptance Test 26-30 Sep 11
  • JTLS V4.0 – TBMCS Test 2 3-14 Oct 11
  • JTLS V4.0 Release TBD Oct 11
  • 14th JTLS International Users Conference 25-26 Oct 11
  • JTLS Configuration Control Board (CCB) TBD
  • BLUE = complete
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Questions

  • JTLS Project Coordinator
  • Mr. Larry Hose, General DynamicsComm: (757) 203-7714DSN: 668-7714
  • Larry.hose.ctr@hr.js.mil
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Program Vision

Use the Joint Theater Level Simulation to meet joint, coalition and service training requirements while maintaining our modeling and simulation support and partnership with U.S. allies, NATO, Partnership for Peace (PfP) countries and federal agencies to maximize our users’ return on investment through a flexible, scalable and deployable simulation.

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Brief History Of JTLS

  • 1982: Initially developed by the U.S. Readiness Command for analysis of Joint, Combined and Coalition Operations plans with an evolutionary vision for improvements
  • 1990: Mission Rehearsal for Operation Desert Storm – JTLS was used to train coalition forces and conduct mission rehearsals in preparation for the 1991Persian Gulf War
  • 1992: An Air Tasking Order generator is added and JTLS is expanded to a 10-sided game to better support coalition training and analysis of warfare
  • 1996: JTLS approved for distribution to foreign and domestic non-U.S. Government clients with U.S. State Department approval
  • 2003: Mission Rehearsal for Operation Iraqi Freedom – JTLS was used to evaluate courses of actions (COA) and conduct mission rehearsals for U.S. and coalition forces
  • 2005: JTLS became the first web-enabled U.S. DoD simulation, incorporating state-of-the-art web technologies
  • 2007: Enhanced C4I capability – JTLS now links to TBMCS, GCCS, ADSI and other U.S., NATO and International real-world C4I devices
  • 2008: JTLS successfully integrated with USJFCOM's entity-level joint model, the Joint Conflict and Tactical Simulation (JCATS), to provide a multi-echelon training capability—tactical through strategic
  • 2009: JTLS developed link to Google EarthTM for Common Operational Picture and support TADIL-J. Developed missile launch and projected elliptical point of impact on GCCS and Blue Force Tracker capability; Naval mine warfare completely re-engineered; Intelligence modeling enhanced
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JTLS July 2009 CCB Results

Intelligence Imagery Collection FY11

Develop Polygonal Rivers & Roads FY11

Transport Of HRUs

Model Runway Use By Friendly Sides FY11

Identical Name Air Missions: Track Symbols Jump On COP

Add BDA To Multi-Target Attack Mission FY11

XML Data Imported/Exported betw JTLS And CT/UGU (JTDS) FY11

Snorkel Times For Diesel Submarines FY11

Develop Software Install Script

More Detailed Combat System Damage Reports

Splitting And Merging of Flight FY11

Capture And Surrender Capability

Negative Report For IPIR & RECCEEXREP That Don't See Anything

Integrate ATOG Functionality Into WHIP

Effective Time For HRUs Very Confusing

HRU Detection and Destruction

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JTLS July 2009 CCB Results

HRUs Should Always Collect Information

Multiple Orbit Points

Allow Player To Turn Off Air Mission Sensors

Delivery Item List Not Available To Operator

IMT Air Mission Destination 2 Location Field

Enhance Close Air Support Current Operations

Insert/Extract Missions Should Be Included On Lift/Drop Report

Multiple Mission Air Orders

Optional Refueling

Airlift Supply Alternative Landing Location Logic

Naval Units Are Unable To Engage Friendly ASM

Relate Messages To Orders

Use IMINT National Image Interpretability Rating Scaled (NIIRS)

Detach By Combat System Days Of Supply Option

Current Drift When System/Unit Is In The Water But Not Moving