FORCEnet Resource Sponsor By RDMLSEL Betsy Hight OPNAV N61C 29 APR 2004

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FORCEnet Resource Sponsor By RDML(SEL) Betsy Hight OPNAV N61C 29 APR 2004

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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

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Sea Power 21 FORCEnet Component Ubiquitous and secure correspondences Persistent ISR Robust connections Fully netted sensors Flawless battle ID & blue drive following Full coalition interoperability Shared oceanic picture Ironclad system protection top to bottom FORCEnet is an expansive DoN activity to actualize arrange driven fighting through the Naval compel by empowering strong data sharing and coordinated effort between Warriors, weapons, sensors, charge and control frameworks, emotionally supportive networks and stages from seabed to space and ocean to arrive.

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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 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/Single Counter-Proliferation/AT/FP Requirements for submarines and undersea frameworks (prompting, 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 Organization Warfare, 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

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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

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FORCEnet Attributes Timely : information dormancy, nature of administration, throughput request versus accessibility and proficiency Secure : data affirmation – shielded from trade off, unapproved adjustment and misfortune, recognize and counter interruptions, framework verification Reliable: excess for system accessibility/survivability, ensured conveyance, unaffected by course or ocean state or profundity, information confirmation Accurate: information precision after some time and track information blunder as measured in three dimensional space in addition to time Joint, Interoperable data : track combination and partaking in support of Joint Battle Management Command and Control – "One target one track"

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SYSCOM Analysis Strategic Guidance Mission Area Analysis Force Capability Metrics 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

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Guidance Excerpts Strategic Planning Guidance *Convert from circuit-to IP-based terminals to utilize Teleport operational ability *Fund JTRS, including wideband systems administration waveform *Begin handling NATO-agreeable helpful distinguishing proof *Fund the synchronization of ground and airborne components of every space framework and exploit every heavenly body's capacity at IOC CNO Guidance *Define Naval C4 ability for the Common Operational and Tactical Picture inside Joint design *Plan for expanded utilization of unmanned frameworks for strategic ISR

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SYSCOM Analysis Strategic Guidance Mission Area Analysis Force Capability Metrics 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

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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 Thread Mobile Targeting

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SYSCOM Analysis Strategic Guidance Mission Area Analysis Force Capability Metrics 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

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Sources of Analysis No single model gives every one of the answers Attributes Techniques Used OIF/OEF Lessons Learned - Data got from genuine stressors on the full scope of C4ISR Performance of handled frameworks surveyed amid greatest worry of battle Tactics, preparing and procedural setbacks highlighted for redress Campaign Level Modeling - Pre-characterized situations with various outings First-constantly displaying of C4ISR and interdependencies of other fighting columns Wargaming - Sea Shield and FORCEnet war - FORCEnet Information Assurance/Computer Network Defense war amusement Interactions and input with different columns Provides administrator contribution to examination Un-scripted diversion play with startling foe activities in the data certification/PC arrange resistance war diversion SYSCOM Program Assessment - Highlights automatic, interoperability and repetition dangers Provides automatic wellbeing appraisal Technical investigation of interoperability Sea Trial - Demonstrates specialized achievability of front line arrangements Evaluates execution of arrangement sets Validates measurements

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Sea Trial Trident Warrior (TW 03) Integrated Prototype Demonstration (IPD) (ESSEX ESG) evaluated: Dynamic Bandwidth Management Army, Navy, Marine Corps discharge interoperability Inter-Battle Group Wireless Network (LOS Data Transfer) Giant Shadow Limited Objective Experiment (LOE) (HAIRY BUFFALO) inspected: Covert ISR and strike from SSGN C4ISR metric examination and procedures CNA OIF thinks about (numerous CSG/ESGs): Bandwidth productivity demonstrating System dependability and execution 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 ensured 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 information to the perfect place COTP ISR NETWORKS FORCEnet Leverage openings Enterprise Solutions

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SYSCOM Analysis Strategic Guidance Mission Area Analysis Force Capability Metrics 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

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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-characterized Radios Machine to Machine Bandwidth

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Cost &Risk Capability Warfighting Wholeness Maximum Return on Investment

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SYSCOM Analysis Strategic Guidance Mission Area Analysis Force Capability Metrics 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

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POM-06 Investment Priorities Warfighting Wholeness Network Centric Warfare Navy commitment to the Joint battle Flexible, forward reaction Enterprise View Interdependencies of preparation, warfighting & labor endeavors Manpower Effective utilization of labor – Human Systems Integration Leverage innovation where conceivable/down to earth S&T/R&D Focus on distinguished crevices Marketplace Understand our part in the commercial center

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