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Test and Evaluation WIPT 11 December 2003. Mrs. Ellen M. Purdy Acting Director, Combined Test Organization Office: 703-647-1452 ellen.purdy@fcscto.army.mil. Analysis – Synthesis Model. Capabilities . provides. as supplied by. Materiel. Army Test & Evaluation Command

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Test and Evaluation

WIPT

11 December 2003

Mrs. Ellen M. Purdy

Acting Director,

Combined Test Organization

Office: 703-647-1452

ellen.purdy@fcscto.army.mil

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Capabilities

provides

as supplied by

Materiel

Army Test & Evaluation Command

Mission to Capability Trace

Mission-Task decomposition provides the test planner with a powerful tool to design the best test plan possible. It stems from user validated scenarios, missions and tasks --providing the framework for evaluating demonstrated FCS system and SoS capabilities

Missions

to accomplish

comprise

Tasks

to perform

DOTLPF *

enabled by

Answers the

“So What?”

Question

* Doctrine, Organization, Training, Materiel, Leadership and Education, Personnel, Facilities

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9 Step Evaluation Methodology

  • Mission-Task Decomposition
  • Critical Task Selection
  • Performance Capabilities for Critical Tasks
  • Capabilities to Evaluation Focus Areas
  • Capabilities to FCS Sub-Systems
  • FCS Sub-System Performance
  • Degraded States of FCS Sub-System Performance
  • Aggregation to ESS
  • Model-Test -Model
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Missions

to accomplish

comprise

Tasks

Manage Tactical Information

ART 7.2

Intelligence

ART 1.0

Collect Intelligence

ART 1.2

Collect Relevant Information

ART 7.2.1

Process Relevant Information to Create COP

ART 7.2.2

Display COP Tailored to User Needs

ART 7.2.3

  • Combined Arms Battalion (CAB)
  • Phase 1-CAB2 attacks to secure Objective Camel
  • Phase 2-CAB2 …
  • Phase 3-CAB2 …

Command and Control

Army Tactical Task (ART) 7.0

Phase 1

What does the Operational & Organizational (O&O) Plan and Operational Requirements Document (ORD) really mean with respect to enabling accomplishment of the Unit of Action Missions and how the materiel will be fought?

Step 1

&

Step 2

Step 1: Mission-Task Decomposition

Step 2: Critical Task Selection

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Tasks Identified For Mission Mapped To O&O Capabilities

(What must be done in a test to enable evaluation of capabilities?)

O&O Capabilities

to perform

Tasks

AUTL Ref #

TASK

enabled by

Capabilities

F20: Enable information management to fuse, monitor and disseminate information to support CCIR, combat action, decision-making and analysis

F18: Detect/prevent intruders/malicious software; identify points of intrusion/origin, information compromised/introduced into the network

F21: Establish an adaptive learning repository to build and manage a library of friendly and enemy DTLOMS and lessons learned

F15: Enable continuous situational understanding through networked force

F12: Enable dissemination of tactical scheme

F17: Enable information exchange via adaptive, integrated communications

F22: Enable terrain analysis

F23: Integrate synergistic use of ISR to see the full range of operational variables

F16: Facilitate automatic language translation

Step 3

F19: Enable Positional Navigation (POSNAV)

Manage Tactical Information

ART 7.2

x

x

x

/

x

x

Process Relevant Information to Create a Common Operational Picture

ART 7.2.2

x

/

/

x

/

x

x

x

/

Display a Common Operational Picture (COP) Tailored to User Needs

ART 7.2.3

/

x

x

/

/

/

ART 7.2.4 Store Relevant Information

Disseminate COP and Execution Information to Higher, Lower, Adjacent, Supported, and Supporting Organizations

ART 7.2.5

x

x

/

x

/

/

/

ART 7.2.6 Communicate with Non-English Speaking Forces and Agencies

Red with an X = Direct enabler of intent of task

Yellow with a / = Enables performing task to standard

Step 3: Performance Capabilities for Critical Tasks

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Step 4: Functional Capabilities to Evaluation Focus Areas

Step 4: Capabilities to Evaluation Focus Areas

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Step 4: Functional Capabilities to Evaluation Focus Areas (cont.)

Step 4: Capabilities to Evaluation Focus Areas

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provides

Capabilities

as supplied by

Materiel

O&O Capabilities Mapped to Materiel via ORD & PCDs

(What materiel will be assessed to evaluate capability of interest?)

Step 5

Step 5: Capabilities to FCS Sub-Systems

SoS Spec.

Citation

O&O Capability

Procurement Control Drawings (PCD)

ORD Ref. #

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Army Test & Evaluation Command

Mission to Capability Trace

To Accomplish

Missions

comprise

Tasks

To Perform

enabled by

DOTLPF *

Capabilities

Provides

Mission-Task decomposition provides the test planner with a powerful tool to design the best test plan possible. It stems from user validated scenarios, missions and tasks --providing the framework for evaluating demonstrated FCS system and SoS capabilities

Operational vignettes used to identify expected interactions with environment

as supplied by

Materiel

Step 7

Step 7: Degraded States of FCS Sub-System Performance

* Doctrine, Organization, Training, Materiel, Leadership and Education, Personnel, Facilities

ua missions in ot

MCS

C2V

SUGV

NLOS-C

UA Missions in OT

System

Task 1

Task 2

Task 3

Unit

Mission

Lane

Task 1

Task 2

Task 3

Task 1

Task 2

Task 3

SoSIL

Unit

Mission

Lane

Larger Unit

Mission

Lane

Task 1

Task 2

Task 3

Task 1

Task 2

Task 3

CL III UAS

Task 1

Task 2

Task 3

Unit

Mission

Lane

Task 1

Task 2

Task 3

Live Loop

Virtual Loop

sample task set applied ot model

RECON

MTP 34-5-0041 Conduct UAV Flight Operations

MTP 34-5-0052 CGS Mission Activities

1.3.3.1

Conduct

Zone Recon

Unit

Mission

Lane

MCS

MCS

ART 7.2.1 Collect Relevant Information

ART 7.2.2 Process Relevant Information to create COP

C2V

C2V

ART 7.2.5 Disseminate COP & Execution Information

MCS

SUGV

SUGV

ART 3.3.1.1 Conduct Surface to Surface Atk

ART 7.2.3 Display COP Tailored to User Needs

Unit

Mission

Lane

ART 8.1.2

Conduct an

Attack

3.3.1

Conduct Lethal FS

ART 7.2.1 Collect Relevant Information

NLOS

MTP 34-5-0041 Conduct UAV Flight Operations

NLOS-C

NLOS C

CL III UAS

ART 2.4.1 Conduct Lethal Direct Fire Against a Surface Target

ART 7.2.3 Display COP Tailored to User Needs

Unit

Mission

Lane

8.5.1 Attack By Fire an Enemy Force /Position

ART 7.2.1 Collect Relevant Information

XX-XX Conduct Autonomous Surveillance

Sample Task Set Applied OT Model

System

Task 1

Task 2

Task 3

Unit

Mission

Lane

Task 1

Task 2

Task 3

Task 1

Task 2

Task 3

SoSIL

Unit

Mission

Lane

Larger Unit

Mission

Lane

Task 1

Task 2

Task 3

Task 1

Task 2

Task 3

CL III UAS

Task 1

Task 2

Task 3

Unit

Mission

Lane

Task 1

Task 2

Task 3

Live Loop

Virtual Loop

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Conclusions

  • Understanding User’s Intent and Operational Conceptinforms Evaluator and enablesconstruction of doctrinally valid and viable test events to assessFCS capabilities in meetingOperational Effectiveness, Suitability, Survivability
  • Mission to Means Framework is clearly understand and promoted by the Program Manager and is being implemented
  • Framework was demonstrated and approved by Senior Army and PEO leadership at T&E Summits III and IV