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Purpose




Discuss plan for ESC FY
-
09 Experimentation



JEFX
-
09


CWID
-
09


Empire Challenge
-
09


Cross Wing integration


NETEX


NCEL Experimentation

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JEFX 09

Carmen
Cosetti


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JEFX 09
-
2/3

Leadership Guidance


Theme


Joint Airborne Networking


Focus
Areas


Network Interoperability


Network Management


Network Enabled Weapons


Network


DREN/SDREN and JTEN


Location


CAOC
-
N
Nellis

AFB Las Vegas


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JEFX IP Airborne Network
Connectivity

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JEFX 2009 Concepts and
Technical Objectives


Continue to develop dynamic AN routing


Demonstrate TTNT routing without GRE tunnels


Use TACLANE
-
Routers to encourage aircraft to have
routing devices on their platforms


AN multi
-
hop multicast


Distributed Mission Analysis (DMA)


Both local and remote data link monitoring and analysis


“JICO Ready” network management suite


Enhanced tools for IP network and system
management/monitoring


Demonstration of multi
-
domain security
management/monitoring (Guard)


Evaluate TTPs for use with these systems

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Mission & Capabilities

Mission:

“Provide C4ISR collaborative environment to support R&D, DT/OT&E prep,

exercises, experimentation, acquisition development and direct warfighter

support”


Capabilities:


Subject Matter Experts:




Network & System Engineering



Security Engineering: Certification & Accreditation, COMSEC, CISSP



System Administration, Configuration Management and A/V Engineering


World
-
Wide Network Connectivity:

Anytime, Anywhere!


Secure, Scalable Environment:

Open storage SECRET & TS/SCI areas


Hardware/Software Systems:
C4ISR, M&S, Network, Encryption and A/V

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CWID 2009


An established partnership with NATO and other
CCEB CWIDs to support improved
interoperability and multinational information
sharing


Risk reduction environment for US and foreign
national PORs with coalition interoperability
requirements


Venue for review and assessment of disruptive
technologies at no risk to the government


A robust and flexible network with core services
as a basis for an interoperability baseline


Existing ties through USNORTHCOM with the
Dept of Homeland Security and Public Safety
Canada for the assessment of homeland security
initiatives


Participation at the Federal/State/Local levels


Separate scenario with NGO players

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Empire Challenge 2009








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EMPIRE CHALLENGE 2009



Program Overview Airborne Overhead Cooperative Ops



Program Overview Title

Objective/Capability Thread Support

ISR C2
-

Sensor Management


Name: JCSM

Organization: ESC/XR

EC09 Sponsor: Various ESC

Partners: ACC, and TBD; potentially USN, NGA

General Description: Enterprise initiative to
explore early concepts in the areas of
collaborative ISR planning and execution, to
include dynamic retasking

Development Timeline: Leverage EC
-
08
products/initiatives and extend between Sep
‘08


May ‘09

Transition Path: Varies; for example, initiative
would likely demonstrate planned GH Block
40 CONOPS w/ BCS
-
M, DCGS
-
AF… in
preparation for fielding. Other portions of
initiative are more immature, further from
fielding

EC09 Funding Status: TBD but anticipate
programs, platforms would pay own way;
would solicit small addditional $ for
coordination activities

Objective(s)
: Demonstrate value of collaborative
(Joint) tasking vis
-
à
-
vis pre
-
planning of ISR
resources, NRT, and RT re
-
tasking of assets in
support of particular missions


Capability Thread(s)

Likely a sub
-
thread of Joint
ISR management thread (and potentially others)


Support Capabilities
: ISR manager, improve ISR
support to C2, evaluate CONOPS, Multi
-
INT
battlespace awareness

Maturity/Funding

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What is EC ‘09?


ISR
-
focused, “live
-
fly” event sponsored by USJFCOM


Directed at meeting WFC’s / COCOM gaps


“Pay to play” event (ESC programs will need to fund their respective efforts)



Broad objectives:


Improve ISR Support to C2


National/Strategic to tactical interoperability


DCGS JDC and CONOPS V2 assessment


Coalition Data Sharing and Interoperability


Multi
-
INT Battlespace Awareness


Continued Systems Interoperability / Data Standards development, Services
expansion




Locations:



Likely China Lake (with multiple nodes)



CEIF Node?




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EMPIRE CHALLENGE ‘09

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ESC Cross
-
Wing Integration
Experiment Goals


Demonstration of integrated AOC
-
DCGS ISR
management workflow


Using existing systems/services (i.e., assets for U2
planning/management)


Show movement of data across system
boundaries


Show how orchestrating sequences of existing
services can support improved process/data
flows


Proposed COI solutions (schemas and services)
to bridge gaps in data sharing across “tribes”


Continued investment in activities to develop
information standards and service definitions that can
then be applied to our acquisition contracts.



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Integrated

C2/ISR Management
Experiment Scenario

Target

Folders

Softcopy

Reference
Folders

PRISM

ISR STAKE

DSP

IESS

TBMCS

AOC WS

AF DCGS

Exploitation

W/S

Collection Plan

Exploitation Plan

Status

ATO

Planning

Workflow

Re
-
planning

Workflow

Replans

RSTA

ATO

RSTA

Collection Plan

Exploitation Plan

Status

Replans

MIDB,

Wpn

data,

Etc.

Imagery,

Reports,

Fdn

Data,

Etc.

Common

Situational
Awareness

Data from

Workflows

Data from

Workflows

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Carmen Corsetti


NETEX Overview



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NETEX Goals



MITRE Corporate initiative to create an
environment for multi
-
agency experiments with
external participants


Acquire domain knowledge


Establish and shakeout operational architecture


Build NETEX teams


Validate scenario

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NETEX Accomplishments


Created realistic environment


Feedback from SME participants


Relationships established with external entities


United Airlines


Johns Hopkins University / APL (OASD/NII)


Thales
-
Raytheon Systems (BCS)


Integrated two major simulation environments (GRAIL, JSAF + CoT)


JFCOM Joint Semi Automated Forces (JSAF) developer fixed bug


Shared knowledge with sponsor
-
funded projects


Navy C2 Experiment Laboratory (formerly Strike Cell)


FAA Domestic Events Network (DEN)


NORAD Battle Command System (BCS)


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What We Learned


DEN participants part of a multi
-
level decision
structure


Hardware on hand capable of simulating about
2000
-
2500 aircraft


Private sector has a significant role in managing
aviation security incidents


Rare events in dynamic decision environments
are not the focus of multiagency exercises


Significant amount of cross
-
center knowledge
exchanged

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NETEX Labs and Roles


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Bedford 0M451










SIF/MITRE 1

ATM Lab/MITRE 2





Hanscom

1614






Cockpit simulation of
intercept fighter*

Air Traffic simulation

ATC, ATM stations

Cockpit simulators

Military Radar simulation

AWACS & Coastal Radar Tracks

Experiment Control

EADS
Cell**

*REACT MOIE partnership

**BCS
-
F
Program
Office
Partners
hip

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Naval C4ISR
Experimentation
Lab (NCEL)

Navy and USMC
Sponsored Lab at MITRE

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What is NCEL?

NCEL:



“…
is a prototype facility providing
a laboratory environment for technical and
operational experiments

focusing on

Navy and other DoD C4ISR systems and
concepts...”




“…brings together
multiple sponsors’ systems

that operate in
realistic
scenarios
… leading to technical and operational outcomes that are
evaluated by
actual operators
… to provide
improved capability to the
warfighter
.”




“…conducts quarterly
SIMEXes that may include anything

from dynamic sensor
control and target development to mission planning and automated target
dissemination to the strike platforms.”














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MITRE

FY07/08/09
SIMEXs

SIMEX Sponsors:


LSRS PO


-

MCSC


-

SUBFOR



PEO(W)/PMA201

-

JSuW JCTD

-

DISA


--

ONR


-

NWDC/C2


-

OPNAV
N2


--

CMA
JCTD

--

NSW




SIMEX
07
-
1

Jan 07


MDA


SIMEX 07
-
2

Apr 07


NSW
/ LSRS Coordinated Operations

TTP


SIMEX 07
-
3

Aug 07


JSuW
JCTD


SIMEX 08
-
1

Feb 08


MDA


SIMEX 08
-
2

May 08


OA


SIMEX 08
-
3

Sep 08


OA/Irregular Warfare


SIMEX 09
-
1

Oct 08


NSW
-
LSRS


SIMEX09
-
2

Jan/Feb 09

JSuW


SIMEX09
-
3

Mar 09


MDA


SIMEX09
-
4

Jun


ISR/OPINTEL


SIMEX09
-
5

Aug/Sept

OA/Irregular Warfare

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Summary



The MITRE ESC team is currently involved in
complex experimentation using different venues


Significant experience in planning and
conducting experiments as well as participation
in exercises over many years


Engineering experience in this area is significant


Planning to bring entire strength of ESC and
MITRE to bear instead of isolated experiments.


Already involved in JEFX
-
09, CWID
-
09, EC
-
09 and
MITRE NETEX /CEE events

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BACKUPS

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AF Warfighter Challenges


(U) Ref # 8679
Robust Communications Priority 10
:
The Joint Force Commander requires robust
communications capabilities to command and
control US forces


(U) Ref # 8669
Coping w/ Degraded
Communications Priority 7
: The Joint Force
Commander and staff require strategies for
maximizing the utility of finite communications
bandwidth and coping with severely degraded
communications during military operations.

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JEFX 09 Focus Areas


Network Interoperability:


Evolve and experiment with the airborne network applications and
infrastructure to create a robust airborne work, enable data
exchange and collaboration, and reduce the time to find, fix, target,
track, engage, and assess time
-
sensitive targets


Network Management:


Evolve and experiment with the capability to manage multiple and
disparate airborne networks and develop technologies and tactics,
techniques and procedures for airborne network management


Net
-
Enabled Weapons:


Evolve and experiment with command and control system
applications and infrastructure, to develop technologies and tactics,
techniques, and procedures with applicability for net
-
enabled
weapons


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New JEFX Construct


JEFX re
-
shaped: quarterly construct , now leaner & more agile


Quarterly battle rhythm creates more opportunities


Smaller, more flexible and focused events


More opportunities for warfighter engagement


Leverage existing persistent environments and events


Minimizes build
-
up/tear
-
down costs


Optimizes environment configuration/needed core services


New Partners
: SIMAF, 46 TS, JC2 Net Enabled Weapons, Naval
Surface Warfare Center, Jt Mission Environment Test Capability


Analytical rigor
added to highly ops
-
based assessment


Increased reliance on virtual/constructive
(AF
-
ICE)


Accelerated acquisition of emerging technology

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Delivering Warfighter Capabilities

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Initiative Submissions Scores

Index

Category

Initiative

Advocacy

CDT
Rank

5
-
6
Aug
Rank

Over
-
all
Rank

Investme
nt ($M)

JEFX Init
($M)

Wt 4
Op
Value

Wt 3
Invest
Value

Wt 2
Tech
Ready

Time
to
Field

Wt Tot

1

NEW

WWF Sp II

ACC/A8CS & GCIC

1

1




$ 0.90

$0.00

8

8

7

7

38

2

Net Int

IP
-
Ena bl e B2

ACC/A8A

3

1




$ 1.50

$0.02

7

8

6

8

36

4

Net Mgt

JANC

GCIC

1

1




$ 0.70

$0.05

7

8

6

7

35

5

Net Int

HH
-
60 Li nk16

GCI C & ACC/A8C








$ 2.20

$0.25

7

7

7

6

34

3

Net Int

TUC

AFMC ESC

7

2




$ 8.00

$0.25

8

7

8

2

33

6

Net Int

TRANSEPT

NRO & ACC

4

3




$ 70.00

$0.10

7

7

7

5

33

10

NEW

i BDA

ESC/XR

2

3




$ 0.50

$0.05

7

6

6

5

31

8

Net Int

MSBA


ACC/A8Z

2

4




$ 1.20

$0.40

8

7

4

3

30

7

NEW

TEMG

ESC & AFRL

3

2




$ 50.00

$0.75

7

7

7

2

30

9

Net Int

NT2ISR

SAF/XC

8

5




$ 2.00

$0.75

7

7

5

4

30

11

Net Int

JTRS

GCIC

5

6




$ 3.90

$0.35

7

7

5

2

28

12

Net Int

CABLE

GCIC

1

7




$ 16.00

$0.00

7

7

4

1

26

13

Net Mgt

AGIS

ACC/A8 & AFIOC

3

2




$ 0.55

$0.04

5

7

4

4

25

14

Net Mgt

NETD COP/SIMEN

ESC & AFRL

4

3




$ 2.50

$0.00

6

6

3

3

24

16

Net Mgt

ANCS

GCIC

2

4




$
-


$0.20

6

5

4

1

22

15

Net Int

AXCISS

AFMC ESC

6

8




$ 3.00

$0.25

5

6

4

2

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JEFX 09
-
3 Draft

Nellis Live Fly Force List

Platform


Sorties

Unit

Capabilities



Init / Function Supported

F
-
22A


2

53 WG

L 16 (Rec), TTNT, CW/UHF DL, IFDL

5th Gen, TRANSEPT, B
-
2

F
-
15E


2

53 WG

L 16, Sniper, FAST?, Suite 6?

N2TISR, iBDA?, FAST?

F
-
16CM


2

53 WG

L 16, Sniper, HTS R7, FAST?

TRANSEPT, FAST?

F
-
16CJ


1

LockMart

L 16, Sniper, TTNT, L 16 FAST?, AMF?

5th Gen, TRANSEPT, FAST?, JTRS?

F/A
-
18


1

USMC

L 16, Litening


w/QNT, TTNT?, FAST?

TEMG, FAST?

F/A
-
18


1

VX
-
31

L 16, Captive JSOW


TEMG

EA
-
18G


2

VX
-
31

L 16, IBS
-
S, VMF


TRANSEPT?, N2TISR?

B
-
1


1

53 WG

L 16, TTNT, Sniper


TEMG, N2TISR

B
-
2


1

53 WG

L 16, IP SATCOM


IP B
-
2, WWF Sp II, F
-
22

B
-
52


1

53 WG

TTNT, Litening, HF BLOS


TEMG, N2TISR

E
-
3B


1

552 ACW

L 16



JANC, ANCS, NetD COP, NEW

RC
-
135



1

55 WG

L 16, INMARSAT, IBS
-
I


JANC, ANCS, TRANSEPT

E
-
8


1

116 ACW

L 16



TEMG, JTRS, WWF Sp II

PREDATOR


1

53 WG

FMV



ISR Support

BD
-
700 (BACN)

1

NG

L 16, TTNT, BIS?, MR
-
TCDL, INMAR

JANC, ANCS

WB
-
57 (BACN)

1

NASA

MR
-
TCDL



JANC, ANCS

HH
-
60


2

53 WG?

L 16, AMF?



HH
-
60, JTRS?

Apache


1

Army

AMF



JTRS

King Air


1

TBD

QNT



TEMG (UCAS Surrogate)

King Air or T
-
39

1

TBD

QNT



TEMG (NEW Surrogate)

Scan Eagle UAV

2

TBD

QNT



TEMG

F
-
16/F
-
15


2

57 ATG




Red Air for 5th Gen

KC
-
135


3

92 ARW

ROBE?



AAR

C
-
130


1

ANG?

AMF



JTRS


TOTAL


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Blue = Must deploy to play

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14 Feb 09

13 Feb 09

12 Feb 09

11 Feb 09

10 Feb 09

9 Feb 09

8 Feb 09

5 Feb 09

6 Feb 09

7 Feb 09

4 Feb 09

3 Feb 09

2 Feb 09

1 Feb 09

31 Jan 09

30 Jan 09

29 Jan 09

28 Jan 09

27 Jan 09

26 Jan 09

25 Jan 09

Sat

Fri

Thu

Wed

Tue

Mon

Sun

JEFX 09
-
2

(9
-

13 Feb 09)

CAOC
-
N & JICO Cell Setup/Config

08
-
2 H/W

Live Fly (53 WG / Home Station Sorties)

LF Hotwash

LF LNO
Arrival

Mass In
-
Brf

CAOC players

Participant
Travel

Data Link & RIPRNET Wringout

Experimentation (Live? Virtual? Constructive?)

CAOC
-
N Combat Ops Cell

RTB

Mass/ Msn

Pre
-
Brief

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11 Apr 09

10 Apr 09

9 Apr 09

7 Apr 09

7 Apr 09

6 Apr 09

5 Apr 09

2 Apr 09

3 Apr 09

4 Apr 09

1 Apr 09

31 Mar 09

30 Mar 09

29 Mar 09

18 Apr 09

17 Apr 09

16 Apr 09

15 Apr 09

14 Apr 09

13 Apr 09

12 Apr 09

28 Mar 09

27 Mar 09

26 Mar 09

25 Mar 09

24 Mar 09

23 Mar 09


22 Mar 09

Sat

Fri

Thu

Wed

Tue

Mon

Sun

JEFX 09
-
3

(30 Mar


10 Apr 09)

Experimentation

09
-
3 H/W

Live Fly (Operational Focus)

First Week
Assessment
-

fix networks
revise TTPs

Experimentation

Live Fly
Arrival

Mass InBrief

Msn Plan

LF Hotwash

Live Fly (Technical Focus)

LF ADVON

RTB

CAOC
-
N
Player Travel

Mass InBrief, Trng

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NETEX
Government
Participants

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Organization

MITRE Connections

Airborne Warning And Control
System (AWACS)

C2C

Eastern Air Defense (EADS)

C2C

North American Aerospace Defense
Command (NORAD)

C2C

Air Route Traffic Control Center
(ARTCC) Supervisor

CAASD

Dispatcher (United)

CAASD

Federal Aviation Administration
(FAA) Air Traffic Security
Coordinator (ATSC)

CAASD

NavCanada

CAASD

Customs and Border Protection
(CBP) Interdiction*

CEM

Department of Homeland Security
(DHS) Intelligence

CIIS

Secret Service assigned to National
Capital Region Command Center*

CIIS

Director of National Intelligence
(DNI)*

CIIS

Transportation Security Operations
Center (TSOC)

CIIS

National Counterterrorism Center
(NCTC)*

CIIS

FBI Transportation Security Unit*

CIIS

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Purposes:

1)
to involve government representatives
in evaluating issues to be addressed in
Experiment 2

2)
to ensure valid representation of
procedures, policies, and systems in
the scenario

* Not present 3/20/08

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JREAP
-
C JREAP
-
A LINK
-
16 TTNT NTTR EPLRS/STRIKELINK TCDL
MTI IBS
VRC
-
99 IDM SATURN


B
-
1B

LINK
-
16

25K DEDICATED

Apache

B
-
52

CAOC
--

Coalition Net (C
-
NET)

SATURN

LOS MTI

DCGS
-
A

F
-
16LM

BD700

BACN

EA
-
18G

Compa
ss Call

SIPRNet (US
-
Only
tunneled)

RI
CO

TTNT

F/A
-
22

FA
-
18

F
-
15E

F
-
16C

EA
-
6B

JSTARS

Senior
Scout

AWACS

IBS
-
I/S

25K DAMA ?

IDM

F
-
15C

RIVET
JOINT

JICO

TOPCOP

MOC/CSG

USMC

FCS

MR
-
TCDL

TTNT US Only

WB
-
57

BACN

24

Apr
08

422
Vau
lt

GMG

IFDL

LINK
-
16 US Only

NTTR (Sonnet Net)

JEFX 08
-
3 Tactical Data
Network OV
-
1

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NETEX
:
Where it fits in an
Experimentation Series


Best Practice: a series of experiments mature
knowledge and move concepts toward mission
capability advances

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Discovery Questions

Hypotheses Testing

Quantification

Capability Advance

What elements of DHS intelligence
sharing might result in more
actionable threat assessments?


A DEN common operating picture will
improve in
-
flight threat response and
lessen the impact on the nation


DOD


Engagement Result

DHS


Risk Level

FAA


# Flights Effected

Observations

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NETEX Environment

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MITRE 2 McLean Integrated Air Traffic Management (ATM) Lab

Center
Supervisor

MITRE McLean Simulation Integration Facility (SIF) Lab

White Cell

Air Traffic Security
Coordinator

Eastern Air
Defense Sector

Airline Dispatcher

Domestic Events Network (DEN) (Meeting Place)

Agile Capability Mashup
Environment

(ACME) Lab (MITRE Bedford)

F16 Pilot
(XPlane)

Boston
Center

Airborne Warning And
Control System (AWACS)

Link16
(Meeting
Place)

Air Traffic Control System
Command Center

(
ATCSCC)
Herndon

Civil Air

Communications

Homeland Infrastructure Threat
and Risk Assess
-

ment Center

Transportation Security
Operations Center


Gander Supervisor

and Gander Controller

FAA

Customs and Border Protection

Identity Matching
Laboratory

Hanscom Air
Force Base










Senior Leadership


Info Console

Johns
Hopkins
University

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Generic SIMEX CONOPS


Higher HQ’s

JFMCC MOC

DCGS
-
N, GCCS,
MTIX, C2PC, TPS,
PTW, MDS, LCW,
WEEMC

C2PC, GCCS, LCW,
WEEMC, MDS

SIGINT Sensor Asset

C2PC, GCCS, WEEMC, MDS,
LCW, CMMA

SCJC2/SPC

LSRS P
-
3

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NCEL Summary


Supports multiple Navy/Marine Corps
sponsors


Conducts 3
-
4 SIMEXes a year to address
sponsor TT&P, CONOPS and
interoperability requirements


Focuses on C4ISR Processes for Time
Sensitive Targeting and surface
surveillance and tracking


Addresses both ashore and afloat
targeting environments