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									OSD Readiness and Training

           T2 Assessment


   JAEC Assessment Working Group
             WJTSC 10-1
           29 March 2010



         This briefing is UNCLASSIFIED

OSD Readiness and Training Policy and Programs,
Joint Assessment and Enabling Capability (JAEC)
                                                  Ver: 25 Mar 2010
                                               Agenda
OSD JAEC T2 Assessment




               • Setting the stage
                      – Contact list
                      – Introductions
                      – JAEC Director Thoughts on the T2 Assessment
                      – Ground rules
               • Assessment goals and framework
               • FY2010 T2 Assessment Q1 IPR – draft
               • JAEC Assessment issues and projects
               • Way ahead


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                                               JAEC Assessment Goals
OSD JAEC T2 Assessment
                                      (Briefed to the T2 SAG 16 Nov 2009)


             • Provide top-down assessment of largest components of CE2T2
               account
             • Show effect of CE2T2 on supporting COCOM requirements, to
               include Service training
             • Correlate outcomes to resource inputs
                    – Reference key Program Budget Requests (PBRs)
             • Highlight potential gaps requiring further analysis
             • Enable best practice sharing
             • Support strategic communications
                    – Information useful to trainers and non-trainers alike

                          Use information other organizations have or should collect


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              JAEC Director, Thoughts on the T2 Assessment -- Outline
OSD JAEC T2 Assessment




                     • Assessment motivation

                     • Two audiences for JAEC assessments

                     • Two types of metrics

                     • Two uses for JAEC assessment results




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                                               Assessment Motivation
OSD JAEC T2 Assessment




                 • …the Department must continually assess how America’s
                   Armed Forces are evolving in relation to the wartime demands
                   of today and the expected character of future challenges.
                                                            (p. 10, QDR Report, Feb 2010)



                 • Force management risk: our ability to recruit, retain, train,
                   educate, and equip the All-Volunteer Force, and to sustain its
                   readiness and morale. This requires the Department to
                   examine its ability to provide trained and ready personnel in
                   the near term, midterm, and long term.
                                                            (p. 90, QDR Report, Feb 2010)




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                         Two (Primary) Audiences for JAEC Assessments
OSD JAEC T2 Assessment



                 • T2 Community (internal audiences)
                         – DUSD(R) and Director, RTPP
                         – Commander, JWFC
                         – DJ7/VDJ7
                         – Staffs in the T2 Community
                           • Service, COCOM, and Joint staffs
                           • JWFC entities (JNTC, JKDDC)
                 • Strategic Communications (external audience)
                         – Congress
                         – Inter-governmental partners




               Need T2 Assessments to be valuable for both audiences

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                                               Two Types of Metrics
OSD JAEC T2 Assessment




                 • Metrics that “take our temperature”
                         – We monitor…
                         – We are happy with a static measure that meets our goal


                 • Metrics that explore decision opportunities
                         – If results are too aggregated then might need to look deeper
                         – Measurements that stagnate might have outlived their usefulness
                         – Perhaps motivated by a need to shed light on a particular problem




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                              Two Uses for JAEC Assessment Results
OSD JAEC T2 Assessment




                 • Alignment decisions by T2 Leadership
                         – Is T2 enabling achievement of departmental goals or strategic
                           guidance?
                         – Are adjustments needed?


                 • To show the value or progress of T2
                         – Strategic communication efforts
                         – As a means to establish or defend fiscal requests or changes




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                                Ground Rules for this Working Group
OSD JAEC T2 Assessment




                 1. Looking for open discussion at the AO level
                 2. Non-attribution, but JAEC will make notes of
                    comment sources in case we need to clarify
                 3. We do not plan to commit to changes during this
                    meeting, but will develop positions for later review
                 4. Moderator will watch the clock


                 For reference, “CE2T2 exercises” refers to
                         – Services: JNTC-accredited exercises
                         – COCOMs: exercises supported by T2 and/or CE2



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                                           FY10 Assessment Framework
                  Analysis Topic              Metric

      T2          1. JNTC-accredited unit 1. Percent of units deployed to combat operations that participated in JNTC-accredited
                  training prior to            Service training prior to deploying
Strategy          deployment
                  2. Irregular warfare /      2. Percent of Service units training in irregular warfare and stability operations (IW/SO) at
                  stability ops training           appropriate JNTC-accredited Service exercises
     2006         3. Intergovernmental        3A. Percent of CE2T2 training exercises that include participation by intergovernmental
     QDR          and multinational                personnel (federal, state, and local)
                  military participation      3B. Percent of CE2T2 training exercises that include participation by multinational
                                                   military personnel
                  4. JKDDC support to         4A. Percent of COCOM joint mission essential tasks addressed by JKDDC courseware
 JKDDC            the combatant
                  commands                    4B. Percent of High Interest Training Requirements (HITR*)-Related Joint Tasks
                                                   Addressed by JKDDC Courseware
                  5. M&S support to           5. Percent of CE2T2 training exercises using JLVC Federation components
                  training exercises
                  6. Training Environment 6A. Percent of CE2T2 training exercises using JTEN
                  support to training
                                          6B. Percent of Service exercises using JNTC OPFOR
    JNTC          exercises
                  7. Service training to      7A. Percent of major Service pre-deployment exercises that incorporate HITR-related
                  support COCOM                    joint tasks
                  missions                    7B. HITR–related joint tasks not trained at JNTC-accredited Service training exercises
                                              7C. Review of joint tasks trained at JNTC-accredited Service training exercises that are
                                                   HITR-related
                  8. CE2 engagement           8A. Coverage of COCOM engagement objectives by CE2-supported exercises
                  (Pilot project using data
      CE2         from CENTCOM,               8B. COCOM engagement objectives executed in CE2-supported exercises
                  NORTHCOM, and               8C. Level of success of CE2 exercises on engagement objectives
                  PACOM)


*HITR: High Interest Training Requirements, from JFCOM Joint Training Plan, Tab H                           10
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                                               Agenda
OSD JAEC T2 Assessment




               • Contact list and introductions

               • Assessment goals and framework

                FY2010 T2 Assessment Q1 IPR - draft

               • JAEC Assessment issues and projects

               • Way ahead



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 Metric 1: Percent of Units Deployed to Combat Operations that Participated in JNTC-accredited
OSD JAEC T2 Assessment
                               Service Training Prior to Deploying


    •    Intent: Measure the contribution of JNTC-accredited Service programs to the training of units
         prior to deployment.
    •    Performance target: By 2012, 80% of deployed combat units will participate in joint training at
         JNTC-accredited programs. Based on the FY07 baseline of 70%, the target will increase 2% per
         year to the final goal of 80% in FY12 The underlined word is
                                                      the key word, the item
    •    Data element [data source]                      being measured
           –   Units trained in JNTC-accredited Service exercises conducted in the quarters up to and including the
               reporting quarter [Service spreadsheets]

           –   Units whose deployment date falls during the reporting quarter [Army, Navy, Marine Corps: Service
               spreadsheets; Air Force: ACC schedule]

    • Findings
           – For 3 full years the aggregated goal has been met.
           – Participation continues to improve for Active and Reserve Combat, CS, and CSS.
    • Issues – separate slide


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           Active Duty - % of Units Receiving Training in JNTC-Accredited Programs
                                      Prior to Deploying
OSD JAEC T2 Assessment

                          100%

                            80%                                                                      Annual target,
                                               70%           72%           74%             76%     applies to combat-
                            60%
                                                                                                    coded units, all
  Active duty                                                                                      Services combined
                            40%
  Combat units
                            20%

                             0%
                                       FY07          FY08           FY09         FY10 Q1
                                                       100%
                                                                                                            Active
                                                        80%                                                 Combat
                                                                                                            Active CS
                                                        60%
            Active duty Combat, CS, and                                                                     Active CSS
                                                        40%
            CSS units (no targets set)
                                                        20%

                                                            0%
                                                                   FY07      FY08          FY09   FY10 Q1

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                                   Active Duty, Combat Units, by Service
             % Receiving Training in JNTC-Accredited Programs Prior to Deploying
OSD JAEC T2 Assessment

                                Note: There are no performance targets for individual Services.

                                               Army                                       Navy
                                                       97%     98%             100%     100%     100%
                         100%                                           100%
                                            78%
                         80%       71%                                   80%

                         60%                                             60%
                                                                                                           No
                         40%                                             40%
                                                                                                        deploy-
                                                                                                         ments
                         20%                                             20%                             in Q1
                                                                                                              0%
Active duty               0%                                             0%
Combat units                       FY07    FY08        FY09   FY10 Q1          FY07     FY08     FY09     FY10 Q1


                                           Air Force                                  Marine Corps
                         100%                                           100%
                                            77%        80%
                          80%      74%                                  80%
                                                               67%                                           67%
                          60%                                           60%
                                                                                        43%
                                                                                                 38%
                          40%                                           40%
                                                                               18%
                          20%                                           20%

                          0%                                             0%
                                   FY07    FY08        FY09   FY10 Q1          FY07     FY08     FY09      FY10 Q1

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                                               Reserve Component
       % Receiving Training in JNTC-Accredited Programs Prior to Arriving in Theater
OSD JAEC T2 Assessment




                                   100%
                                                                               Reserve
                                    80%                                        Component
Reserve                                                                        Combat
Component units.                    60%                                        Reserve
Includes units from                                                            Component
Army Reserve,                       40%                                        CS
Army National                                                                  Reserve
Guard, and Marine                   20%                                        Component
Corps Reserve.                                                                 CSS
                                      0%
                                               FY07    FY08   FY09   FY10 Q1




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                                               Issues related to Metric 1
         Percent of Units Deployed to Combat Operations that Participated in JNTC-accredited Service
                                         Training Prior to Deploying
OSD JAEC T2 Assessment


         Original purpose of the metric: to show the “reach of T2” in a population of
                                  interest (deploying units)

       • JAEC would like to make the metric more relevant to the CE2T2 community
              – What decisions should be affected by this metric?
       • The rate for CS and CSS is substantially lower than for combat-coded units
              – Is this a concern? Or are CS/CSS forces getting the training they need, and it isn’t
              showing up due to JAEC’s methodology of measuring by units?
              – Should JAEC change the methodology for CS/CSS forces? Should we set different
              goals for them?
       • OSD Reserve Affairs is looking into metric as it relates to Reserve Component
       (RC) units
              – What are appropriate targets for RC units?



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 Metric 2: Percent of Service Units Training in Irregular Warfare and Stability Operations (IW/SO)
OSD JAEC T2 Assessment
                        at Appropriate JNTC-Accredited Service Exercises

  •    Intent: Percent of Service units training in IW/SO at
       major service training centers
  •    Performance targets: USA – 90%, USN – 60%, USAF –
       75%, USMC – 90%
                                                               • Results
  •    Data element [data source]
         – Units that trained in IW/SO [Service
            spreadsheets]
  •    Findings
         – In Q1, 112 units participated in 21
           JNTC-Accredited Service exercises; all
           112 units received IW/SO training
         – Rate of IW/SO training exceeded
           targets for every service
  •    Issues
         – Content of IW/SO training
           determined by Service
         – Extent of training not addressed by
           metric, JAEC is examining data on
           tasks trained
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 Metric 3A: Percent of CE2T2 Training Exercises that Include Participation by Intergovernmental
OSD JAEC T2 Assessment
                                Personnel (Federal, State, and Local)
•    Intent: Measure the level of whole of government participation in CE2T2 exercises.
•    Performance target: FY09 RTPP-Coordinated performance targets
•    Data element [data source]
       – Exercises that included other government agency participation (US federal, state, local) [Service spreadsheets
          and JTIMS for COCOM data]
       – Exercises [Service spreadsheets and JTIMS for COCOMs]


                                                              COCOM                 Service                 Aggregate
                                               100%
•Findings                                                     COCOM Target          Service Target          Aggregate Target
                                               90%
      – In the aggregate,                      80%
        intergovernmental                      70%
        participation has been                 60%
        increasing                             50%

      – Participation of                       40%

        intergovernmental                      30%

        personnel exceeds the                  20%

        target for CE2T2-supported             10%

        COCOM exercises                         0%
                                                           FY07              FY08                    FY09         FY10 Q1
•Issues – separate slide

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                                Intergovernmental Participation Rate
OSD JAEC T2 Assessment

    100%                                                                                        100%
     80%   Army                                                                                  80%
     60%                                                            100%                         60%
                                        100%                                                            JFCOM
     40%                                 80%   AFRICOM              80%                         40%
     20%                                 60%                         60%                         20%
      0%                                                             40%
                                                                            NORTHCOM              0%
                                         40%
           FY07   FY08   FY09            20%                         20%                               FY07   FY08   FY09
                                          0%                          0%
    100%                                              FY09   FY09          FY07   FY08   FY09   100%
     80%   Navy                                                                                  80%
     60%                                100%                                                     60%
                                                                    100%                                      SOCOM
     40%                                 80%   CENTCOM               80%   PACOM                 40%
     20%                                 60%                                                     20%
                                                                     60%
      0%                                 40%                                                      0%
                                                                     40%
           FY07   FY08   FY09            20%                         20%                               FY07   FY08   FY09
                                          0%                          0%
    100%                                       FY07   FY08   FY09          FY07   FY08   FY09   100%
           Marine Corps                                                                                STRATCOM
     80%                                                                                         80%
     60%                                100%                                                     60%
                                                                    100%
     40%                                 80%                                                     40%
                                                                     80%
     20%                                 60%                                                     20%
                                               EUCOM                 60%
      0%                                 40%                                                      0%
                                                                     40%   SOUTHCOM
           FY07   FY08   FY09            20%                         20%                               FY07   FY08   FY09
                                          0%                          0%
    100%                                       FY07   FY08   FY09          FY07   FY08   FY09   100%
                                                                                                       TRANSCOM
     80%   Air Force                                                                             80%
     60%                                                                                         60%
     40%                                                                                         40%
     20%                                                                                         20%
      0%                              Dashed line on each graph is FY09 target                    0%
           FY07   FY08   FY09                                                                          FY07   FY08   FY09


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                         FY2009 VS FY2010 Intergovernmental Way-Ahead Discussion –
                                                 Reporting
OSD JAEC T2 Assessment



       • Guiding principles
              – 2010 QDR report reaffirms leadership emphasis
              – Primary interest in tracking intergovernmental participation is in the context of assuring
                that DoD forces are appropriately trained
              – Metric should include state and local government
              – In order to count, participation should replicate the expected operating environment
                    – Role players / contractors / reach-back / other agency members of permanent staff
                      members
       • JTIMS verification process
              – JTIMS data is not reliable for assessment
              – Some organizations have provided business rules: “Exercise A always includes
                intergovernmental participation”
                    – But actual execution is what we’re measuring
              – Rely on COCOM input to “verification spreadsheets”
                    – “Last chance” to get participation correct



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                         FY2009 VS FY2010 Intergovernmental Way-Ahead Discussion –
                                               Revising Targets
OSD JAEC T2 Assessment

      •    JAEC involvement is in support of RTPP policy lead Mr Frank DiGiovanni
      •    Reasons for considering new targets
             – Lessons have been learned since FY09 goals were announced
             – This metric could be useful to highlighting DoD and organizational strategic needs
      • Considerations for revising the targets
             – Primary driver remains “US military training audience needs,” but larger goals should be
               taken into account (refer to QDR as well as your organization’s strategic needs)
                    – These are not mutually exclusive, just require adequate time for coordination
             – We will consider requirement for each rotation, not just an exercise series
             – Ensure we have the right counting rules (previous slide) and apply them
             – Option to set different targets for each FY
             – JAEC will track and brief requests for support, but we still need big picture requirement
               goals
      • Next steps
             – Formal staffing with the T2 community, anticipating 3 weeks for initial reply
             – RTPP will review your proposed goals and open a dialogue if necessary


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     Metric 3B: Percent of CE2T2 Training Exercises that Include Participation by Multinational
OSD JAEC T2 Assessment
                                           Military Personnel
•    Intent: Measure the level of international military participation in CE2T2 exercises.
•    Performance target: FY09 RTPP-Coordinated performance targets
•    Data element [data source]
       – Exercises that included international military participation [Service spreadsheets and JTIMS for COCOM data]
       – Exercises [Service spreadsheets and JTIMS for COCOMs]



                                                             COCOM                 Service                 Aggregate
                                               100%
                                                             COCOM Target          Service Target          Aggregate Target
•Findings                                      90%
    – In the aggregate,                        80%

       international participation             70%

       has been increasing                     60%
                                               50%
    – Participation of
                                               40%
       multinational military
                                               30%
       personnel exceeds the
                                               20%
       target for CE2T2-supported
                                               10%
       COCOM exercises                          0%
                                                           FY07             FY08                    FY09          FY10 Q1
•Issues – separate slide


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                               Multinational Military Participation Rate
OSD JAEC T2 Assessment

   100%                                  100%                        100%                            100%
    80%   Army                                  AFRICOM
                                                                                                     80%
                                          80%                         80%
    60%                                   60%                         60%                             60%           JFCOM
    40%                                   40%                         40%                             40%
    20%                                                                      NORTHCOM                 20%
                                          20%                         20%
     0%                                    0%                          0%                              0%
          FY07   FY08   FY09                                                 FY07    FY08    FY09           FY07   FY08   FY09
                                                       FY09   FY09

   100%                                                                                              100%
    80%   Navy                                                                                        80%   SOCOM
    60%                                  100%                        100%                             60%
    40%                                   80%   CENTCOM               80%                             40%
    20%                                   60%                         60%                             20%
     0%                                   40%                         40%                              0%
                                                                             PACOM
          FY07   FY08   FY09              20%                         20%                                   FY07   FY08   FY09
                                           0%                          0%
   100%                                         FY07   FY08   FY09           FY07    FY08    FY09    100%
    80%   Marine Corps                                                                                80%   STRATCOM
    60%                                                                                               60%
    40%                                                                                               40%
    20%                                  100%                         100%                            20%
     0%                                   80%                          80%                             0%
          FY07   FY08   FY09              60%   EUCOM                  60%                                  FY07   FY08   FY09
                                          40%                          40%    SOUTHCOM
   100%                                   20%                          20%                           100%
    80%   Air Force                        0%                           0%                            80%   TRANSCOM
    60%                                         FY07   FY08   FY09            FY07    FY08    FY09    60%
    40%                                                                                               40%
    20%                                                                                               20%
     0%                                                                                                0%
                                    Dashed line on each graph is FY09 target
          FY07   FY08   FY09                                                                                FY07   FY08   FY09


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                     FY2009 VS FY2010 Multinational Military Way-Ahead Discussion –
                                                   Reporting
OSD JAEC T2 Assessment


       • Guiding principles
              – 2010 QDR report reaffirms leadership emphasis
              – Primary interest in tracking international military participation is in the context of
                assuring that DoD forces are appropriately trained
              – In order to count, participation should replicate the expected operating environment
                     – Foreign officers on permanent staff / role players / contractors / reach-back
       • JTIMS Verification process
              – JTIMS data is not reliable for JAEC assessment
              – Some organizations have provided business rules: “Exercise A always includes
                multinational military participation”
                     – But actual execution is what we’re measuring
              – Rely on COCOM input to “verification spreadsheets”
                     – “Last chance” to get participation correct




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                          FY2009 VS FY2010 Multinational Way-Ahead Discussion –
                                               Revising Targets
OSD JAEC T2 Assessment

     •    JAEC involvement is in support of RTPP policy lead Mr Frank DiGiovanni
     •    Reasons for considering new goals
            – Lessons have been learned since FY09 goals were announced
            – This metric could be useful to highlighting DoD and organizational strategic needs
     • Considerations for revising the targets
            – Primary driver remains “US military training audience needs,” but larger goals should be
              taken into account (refer to QDR as well as your organization’s strategic needs)
                   – These are not mutually exclusive, just require adequate time for coordination
            – We will consider requirement for each rotation, not just an exercise series
            – Ensure we have the right counting rules (previous slide) and apply them
            – Option to set different targets for each FY
            – JAEC will track and brief requests, but we still need big picture requirement goals
     • Next steps
            – Formal staffing with T2 community, anticipating 3 weeks for initial reply
            – RTPP will review your proposed goals and open a dialogue if necessary



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  Metric 4A: Percent of COCOM Joint Mission Essential Tasks Addressed by JKDDC Courseware
OSD JAEC T2 Assessment
   •        Intent: Measure the fulfillment of COCOM requirements for individual training by the JKDDC program
   •        Performance target: None.
   •        Data elements [data source]
              – COCOM joint mission essential tasks addressed by JKDDC courseware [JKDDC]
              – COCOM command joint mission essential tasks [DRRS]
   •        Findings
              – Coverage varies by COCOM
              – Coverage increase for “other” JMETs is the result of elimination of many uncovered tasks
                 from COCOM JMETLs
   •        Issue
              – There is no performance target
  100%                                                                          Command JMETS    Other JMETs     Total JMETs
                                                                   100%
   80%
                                                                   80%
   60%
                                                   Command JMETs   60%
   40%
                                                   Other JMETs
   20%                                                             40%
                                                   Total JMETS

       0%                                                          20%

                                                                    0%
                                                                                  FY09                     FY10 Q1

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           Metric 4B: Percent of HITR-related Joint Tasks Addressed by JKDDC Courseware
OSD JAEC T2 Assessment


    •    Intent: Identify possible opportunities for improved HITI training capability in JKDDC courses
    •    Performance target: Implicitly 100% because these tasks have been identified as
         requirements that should be better trained
    •    Data elements [data source]
           –   HITR-related joint tasks addressed by JKDDC courseware [JKDDC]
           –   Joint tasks related to HITRs [JFCOM Joint Training Plan (JTP) Tab H]
    •    Results: Extent to which HITR-related tasks are trained by area of interest
    • Findings: Coverage varies substantially by interest area – see graph next
      slide
    • Issues
           – Target may not be 100%, some HITRs might not benefit from distance
             learning
           – Issues providing opportunity for expanded JKDDC attention may include
             combating WMD, TTPs to defeat IEDs, maritime intercept operations,
             cyberspace operations, and defensive counter air operations



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        Metric 4B: Percent of High Interest Training Requirements (HITR)-Related Joint Tasks
                                  Addressed by JKDDC Courseware
OSD JAEC T2 Assessment

            Combating WMD                                                               1

        TTPs to Defeat IEDs                                                  7                                                       2

                       Other                                             3                                                       1

   Maritime Interception Ops                                         4                                                       2

  Defensive Counter Air Ops                                     3                                                    2

            Cyberspace Ops                             3                                2                                3

         Dynamic Targeting                         1                                    1                                    1

              Unified Action                               6                       1                            8

                 Intelligence                              5                                                7

         Stability Operations            2                 1                                       9

           Irregular Warfare             2                                                    9

          Joint Fire Support             3                                                   15

     Information Operations              1                                                   5

      Airspace Management            1         1                                              9

    Personnel Recovery Ops                                                              5

       Combat Identification                                                            3

  Strategic Communications                                                              1

                                0%       10%           20%     30%           40%       50%   60%          70%       80%              90%   100%

     Red: No tasks related to a HITR                   Yellow: some tasks related to a                 Green: all tasks related to a
     addressed by JKDDC                                HITR addressed by JKDDC                         HITR addressed by JKDDC

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          Metric 5: Percent of CE2T2 Training Exercises Using JLVC Federation Components
OSD JAEC T2 Assessment
•    Intent: Measure the impact of CE2T2 investment in the
     Joint Live Virtual Constructive (JLVC) Federation (as
     defined) and the Federation’s support to CE2T2 training
     exercises
•    Performance target: N/A
•    Data element                                                             Number of Exercises Not Supported by JLVC
                                                                              Number of Exercises Supported by JLVC
       – JLVC Federation components used in JNTC-            100%
                                                                              Percent
                                                                                                                           45
           accredited Service exercises                                                                                    40
       – JLVC Federation components used in CE2T2-            80%                                                          35
           supported training exercises (COCOMs)                                                                           30
                                                              60%
       – CE2T2-supported COCOM exercises executed:                                                                         25
           [JTIMS]                                                                                                         20
                                                              40%
       – JNTC-accredited Service exercises executed: [SE                                                                   15
           Reports/Service Spreadsheets]                      20%                                                          10
•    Findings                                                                                                              5
                                                              0%                                                           0
       – 25% usage                                                  FY10 Q1        FY10 Q2        FY10 Q3        FY10 Q4
       – JCATS high usage
       – 31% do not use M&S
•    Issue: Some JLVC components may have
     limited use but be important to the exercise



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                                               JLVC Federation Version 3.0
OSD JAEC T2 Assessment

                               Component                                  Comments
                   JCATS
                   AWSIM
                   JSAF
                   JDLM
                   ACE-IOS
                   SIMPLE
                   JECS                               Use the system or individual subsystem
                        JMECS
                        JMEM
                        JRC
                        JSPA
                        JDAARS/JAWS
                   JTDS / OBS                         Not part of JLVC Federation 3.0, but significant
                   JTDS / TGS
                   JTDS / Weather

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                     Metric 6A: Percent of CE2T2 Training Exercises Using JTEN
OSD JAEC T2 Assessment
•    Intent: Measure the impact of CE2T2 funding of the JTEN
     to support exercises as reflected in the number of
     exercises being supported. (This metric is not intended to
     reflect whether support was requested and not provided.)
•    Performance target: N/A                                                             Percent of CE2T2 Exercises Supported by JTEN
•    Data element [data source]                                                   Exercises Supported by JTEN   Exercises Not Supported by JTEN     Percent
       – CE2T2-supported training exercises supported by the            100%                                                                                  250
           JTEN [JWFC NOSC]
       – JNTC-accredited Service exercises executed [Service
           spreadsheets]
       – JWFC Repository and NOSC reported data                             80%                                                                               200




                                                                                                                                                                    Cumulative Number of Exercises
•    Findings
       – 1QFY10 – 34%, similar to previous years
                                                                            60%                                                                               150
       – Issue with Authority to Operate approval
       – Not all exercises require JTEN support



                                                                  Percent
       – JTEN other support                                                 40%                                                                               100
       – FY09 support to 66 exercises                                                                  33%
                                                                                                                          31%
                                                                                                                                                  34%

                                                                                  27%
•    Issues
       – JTEN scheduling procedures allow capture of                        20%                                                                               50
          multiple exercises. (Red Flag-Nellis program
          schedules JTEN with Joint Kill Chain Exercise
          imbedded.)
                                                                            0%                                                                                0
                                                                                  FY07                 FY08              FY09                FY10Q1




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         Metric 6B: Percent of Service Training Exercises Supported by JNTC OPFOR
OSD JAEC T2 Assessment

•    Intent: Measure the impact of CE2T2 funding of
     OPFOR support to Service exercises as reflected in
     the number of exercises being supported. (This
     metric is not intended to reflect whether support                    Percent of Live Service Exercises Supported by
     was requested and not provided.)                                                JNTC OPFOR Resources
•    Performance target: N/A
                                                                                  Number of Service Exercises Supported by
•    Data element: data source                                                    OPFOR
                                                                                  Number of Exercises Not Supported by OPFOR
       – JNTC-accredited Service exercises executed
                                                                                  Percent
       – JNTC-accredited Service training exercises         100%                                                               120
          supported by the JWFC OPFOR [JWFC
                                                                                                                               100
          Repository]                                               80%




                                                                                                                                    Number of Exercises
•    Findings                                                                                                                  80
                                                                    60%                           49%        51%        50%




                                                          Percent
       – JNTC OPFOR is meeting its planned/scheduled/                       48%        46%
                                                                                                                               60
          funded requirements                                       40%
       – JNTC OPFOR systems: required - 83; fielded -                                                                          40
          37.5 for 45.2%                                            20%                                                        20
       – Supported 54 exercises in FY09
•    Issues                                                         0%                                                         0
                                                                             FY09    FY09   FY09    FY 09 FY10Q1
       – Is JNTC OPFOR funding adequate?                                   through through through through
       – Not all exercises need OPFOR support from                            Q1      Q2      Q3      Q4
          JNTC capability


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                                                                                                                              HITR - High Interest Training Requirements: UJTL Tasks FY09-11,
                                                                                                                                       FY10 update, JFCOM Joint Training Plan Tab H
                                                    Stability Operations (Stability operations support US
                                                                                                                          ST 2.4.1    ST 6.2.6     OP 2.3.2.1.1    OP 3.3       OP 4       OP 4.4.3     OP 4.7.8     OP 5.2
                                                    Government plans for stability, security, transition, and
 OSD                                             A T2 Assessment
                                               JAEC reconstruction (SSTR) operations and likely will be
                                                    conducted in coordination with and in support of HN
                                                                                                                          OP 5.3       OP 5.5        OP 5.7
                                                    authorities, OGAs, IGOs, and/or NGOs.)
  HITI - CJCS High Interest Training Issues*




                                                   Unified Action synchronizes, coordinates and integrates joint,         ST 3.4       ST 4.3        ST 5.6        ST 8.4       ST 8.5     ST 8.5.3.2   OP 4.7.3      OP 5
                                                   single-Service, and multinational operations with the operations of
                                                 B
                                                   other US Government agencies (OGAs), intergovernmental
                                                   organizations (IGAs), and nongovernmental organizations (NGOs)        OP 5.1.6      OP 5.7       TA 1.2.4

                                                   Irregular Warfare (includes insurgency, terrorism,                    SN 3.3.2.1   ST 2.1.5.1     ST 8.1        OP 1.1      OP 1.2.8    OP 2.2.2     OP 3.1.6     OP 4.4
                                                 C disinformation, propaganda, organized criminal activity,
                                                   (such as drug trafficking))                                           OP 4.6.4     OP 5.3.9        TA 5
                                                 D Combating Weapons of Mass Destruction                                  ST 9.9
                                                      Tactics, Techniques and Procedures to Defeat the
                                                 E                                                                       OP 4.7.2     OP 5.5.1     OP 6.2.2.1      TA 6.9
                                                      Improvised Explosive Device System/Network
                                                 F Strategic Communication                                               OP 5.6.1
                                                 G Information Operations                                                 OP 5.6      OP 5.6.1      OP 6.2.14     OP 6.2.2.1
                                                 H Dynamic Targeting                                                     OP 3.1.9     OP 3.2.7      TA 3.2.1.1
                                                  I   Maritime Interception Operations                                    ST 2.4.1     ST 8.5       OP 1.4.4      OP 6.1.5     TA 3.2.3
                                                                                                                         SN 2.2.2     ST 2.1.7.3    ST 2.4.1        OP 2       OP 2.2.3     OP 2.3      OP 2.3.5     OP 2.4
                                                  J Intelligence (Joint)
                                                                                                                         OP 2.4.2.4    OP 2.5      OP 6.2.2.1       TA 2

                                                 P Cyberspace Operations                                                  ST 5.1      OP 3.2.2      OP 5.1.2      OP 5.6.4     OP 5.6.5    OP 6.3.4      TA 5.2.1
                                                                                                                          OP 3.1      OP 3.1.5     OP 3.1.6.1     OP 3.1.6.2   OP 3.1.9     OP 3.2      OP 3.2.5.2   OP 3.2.7
                                                 K Joint Fire Support
                                                                                                                         OP 6.1.3       TA 2        TA 3.2.1      TA 3.2.1.1   TA 3.2.2    TA 3.2.3      TA 3.2.4    TA 3.3
                                                   Defensive Counterair Operations (includes Theater
  Other interest Items




                                                 L                                                                        ST 6.1.5    ST 6.1.7      TA 3.2.7
                                                   Air & Missile Defense)
                                                                                                                         OP 3.1.5     OP 5.1.10     OP 5.4.4      OP 6.2.3     OP 6.5.4    TA 3.2.3      TA 3.2.4    TA 3.2.8
                                                 M Airspace Management
                                                                                                                         TA 3.2.8.1    TA 3.3         TA 4
                                                 N Combat Identification (CID)                                            TA 6.5
                                                 O Personnel Recovery                                                    OP 5.6.1     OP 6.2.9       TA 5.6        TA 6.2      TA 6.5
                                                      Joint Force Hqts                                                    OP 5.5
                                                      Disperse Strategic Forces                                          SN 3.2.2

                                                      Global Strike                                                      SN 3.3.1.1                                                      UNCLASSIFIED                 33
* The HITIs here are as shown in the JFCOM JTP Tab H. This list of HITIs is found in CJCSI 3500.01E, Encl F, 31May08, which has been superseded by CJCS
 WJTSC 10-1, CJCS Notice  Data as of FY10 Q1
Notice 3500.01.29 Mar 20103500.01, published annually, is the only authoritative listing of current HITIs.                                                                                UNCLASSIFIED                     33
         HITI                           HITR                      UJTL Task                    Program
                                                                                                 Blue Flag

                                                                                                  Unified
                                    Crisis Response &                   TA 1                     Endeavor
                                  Limited Contingency
  Stability Operations
                                 Operations to Support
                                  Stability Operations                                          USFF Units

                                                                                                 Blue Flag

                                                                                                  Unified
                                                                      OP 5.3                     Endeavor

                                                                                                USFF Units

                                                                                                USFF Units


                                  Provide SA to Plan &                OP 5.2                     Blue Flag
                                 Execute Crisis Response
                                   to Support Stability
                                                                                                 Blue Flag
                                                                        TA 2
                                                                                                USFF Units

            Source: CJCS Note
                                                                                                  Unified
                                                                                                 Endeavor
    Stability                     Plan & Execute Crisis               OP 5.5
                                      Response for                                              USFF Units
      Ops                           Stability/Migrant
                                       Operations
    Example,                                                            TA 1
                                                                                                  Unified
                                                                                                 Endeavor
      FY09
                                                                                                USFF Units
UNCLASSIFIED                34     Source: FY09-11 JFCOM JTP   Source: FY09-11 JFCOM JTP   Source: FY09-11 JFCOM JTP
    Metric 7A: Percent of Major Service Pre-deployment Exercises that Incorporate HITR- Related
                                             Joint Tasks
OSD JAEC T2 Assessment
•    Intent: Measure the contribution of major Service pre-
     deployment exercises to training required joint tasks.
     (Includes UE program)
                                                                      Note: Each quarter is counted separately, not
•    Performance target: 100%.(FY09 USD(P&R) Strat. Plan)
•    Data element [data source]
                                                                                        cumulative.
       – Major Service pre-deployment exercises that
           incorporate joint tasks (HITR) [JWFC Enter. Repos.]                     1 Task    2 Tasks  3 Tasks
       – JNTC-accredited Service exercises executed [Service       100%
           spreadsheets]
       – HITR-related joint tasks [JFCOM JTP Tab H ]
•    Findings                                                       80%
       – Service pre-deployment programs training to at least 3
           HITR related joint tasks per exercise
                                                                    60%
       – Minimal execution of SN and ST tasks
       – FY10Q1 results: of the 90 HITR-related joint tasks, 55%
           were executed.                                           40%
•    Issues
       – Need to achieve the consistent entry of tasks trained      20%
           data into the JWFC Repository
       – Not all JNTC-accredited Service training programs
           executed are reported in the JWFC Repository              0%
       – Training objectives are not translated to joint tasks for        FY09 Q1  FY09 Q2   FY09 Q3 FY09 Q4  FY10 Q1
           all exercises



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    Metric 7B: HITR-Related Joint Tasks Not Trained at JNTC-accredited Service Training Exercises
OSD JAEC T2 Assessment

•     Intent: Identify possible gaps in HITI training capability at JNTC-accredited Service training programs. The benefit of this metric is the
      analysis of the actual HITR-related tasks and HITI issues not trained.
•     Performance target: N/A
•     Data element [data source]
        – Joint tasks trained at major Service pre-deployment exercises (JNTC-accredited Service exercises and UE program) [JWFC
             Enterprise Repository]
        – Joint tasks associated to (HITRs) and identified to support HITIs [JFCOM JTP Tab H (FY10)]
       –    HITR-related joint tasks [JFCOM JTP Tab H ]



                                                                               A:    HITRs related to accredited Joint tasks
                                                                                     (including those nominated for accreditation)
                                                                                     trained in JNTC-accredited Service events

                                                                               P:    HITRs partially related to non-accredited
                                                                                     Joint tasks or task elements trained in JNTC-
                                                                                     accredited Service events

                                                                               N: HITRs not related to Joint tasks trained in
                                                                                  JNTC-accredited Service Events


             • Shows that the JNTC-accredited Service training programs have dramatically increased their
               HITR coverage with accredited tasks: 25% in FY09 vs. 50%+ in FY10
             • Note two other differences between FYs
                    – Number of HITRs: 121 in FY09 vs. 130 in FY10
                    – Number of accredited programs: 14 in FY09 vs. 18 in FY10
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  Metric 7B: HITR-Related Joint Tasks Not Trained at JNTC-accredited Service Training Exercises
OSD JAEC T2 Assessment



        •    Findings
               –    Strategic Communications, Irregular Warfare, Stability Ops, and Cyberspace Ops
                    received little attention in FY09 and continue to do so in FY10
               –    39 HITRs not covered by Service training programs
                     o 3 call for interagency understanding/involvement
                     o 4 deal with Intel requirements at the CJTF level
                     o 2 deal with medical staff assigned to a JTF headquarters
                     o 10 align to deployable JTF headquarters as the focus
                     o 2 deal with home station training
                     o 7 call out the use of and/or involvement of specific systems or organizations
                     o 3 deal with unmanned aerial systems (UAS)
                     o 2 have no joint tasks identified
        •    Issues
               –    Annual update to HITRs will cause some disconnect in JELC
               –    Not all HITR associated tasks can be trained at Service programs (SN & ST)
               –    Coordinate with community to identify reasons tasks are not being trained (Plan)


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  Metric 7B: HITR-Related Joint Tasks Not Trained at JNTC-accredited Service Training Exercises
         FY09 USJFCOM Training Priorities               FY10 USJFCOM Training Priorities
OSD JAEC T2 Assessment
 Strategic Communication                                           1                                            0     Strategic Communications                                                1

        Irregular Warfare                                      8                                           1
                                                                                                                                          Other                             2                                          2

      Stability Operations                             9                                           3
                                                                                                                               Cyberspace Ops                               4                              2                       2

                                                                                                                              Irregular Warfare                               6                        1                       4
  Personnel Recovery Ops                                   4                                           1
                                                                                                                            Stability Operations                            6                          2                       4
         Joint Intelligence                            7                                           2
                                                                                                                              Combating WMD                                                   1
   Cyberspace Operations                               3                                           1
                                                                                                                                 Unified Action                         5                 3                            7
           Unified Action                      13                                  5                       3
                                                                                                                      Maritime Interception Ops             1                             3                                    2
Maritime Interception Ops          2                                           4                                                                            N
                                                                                                                            TTPs to Defeat IEDs                 2                     3                                    4
                                                                                                                                                            P
  Information Operations                           4                                           2
                                                                                                                                    Intelligence            2
                                                                                                                                                            A                         5                                    5
      TTPs to Defeat IEDs                      6                               1               3
                                                                                                                          Combat Identification                         1                                      2
     Theater Air & Missile …           2                                   1                       1
                                                                                                                      Defensive Counter Air Ops                 1                 1                                3
   Airspace Management                     8                           1                   6
                                                                                                                              Joint Fire Support                    5                                      13
        Joint Fire Support             6                           1                   6
                                                                                                                        Information Operations              1               1                                  4
        Combating WMD                                              1
                                                                                                                        Personnel Recovery Ops                  1                                      4
    Combat Identification          1                                           2                                         Airspace Management            1                                         10
       Dynamic Targeting                                           2                                                         Dynamic Targeting                                                3

                              0%   20%                 40%             60%             80%                     100%                                0%                   20%           40%          60%                 80%             100%

Green: HITRs related to accredited Joint tasks                                         Yellow: HITRs partially related to non-                                                Red: HITRs not related to
(including those nominated for accreditation)                                          accredited Joint tasks or task elements                                                Joint tasks trained in JNTC-
trained in JNTC-accredited Service events                                              trained in JNTC-accredited Service events                                              accredited Service Events
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 Metric 7C: Review of joint tasks trained at JNTC-accredited Service training exercises that are
                                          HITR-related
OSD JAEC T2 Assessment


        •    Intent: Measure the contribution of JNTC-accredited Service training programs on the training of
             required joint tasks.
        •    Performance target: N/A.
        •    Data element [data source]
               – Joint tasks trained at major Service pre-deployment exercises (JNTC-accredited exercises only)
                  [JWFC Enterprise Repository]
               – HITR-related Joint tasks identified to support HITIs [JFCOM JTP Tab H (FY10)]
        •    Findings
               – The chart (next slide) shows joint tasks executed at Service Programs (and UE),
                  grouped by High Interest Training Issues (CJCS and JFCOM issues).
               – Represents the level of effort (i.e. total tasks trained) and Joint tasks trained at Service
                  Programs—balanced HITR and Commander requirements
               – Variance in quarters is driven by the number of exercises executed
        •    Issues
               – Some data gaps exist in reporting of joint tasks trained in the JWFC Repository
               – Note: Not all HITR tasks can be trained at all programs
               – Annual update to HITR will cause some disconnect due to JELC




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          Metric 7C: Review of joint tasks trained at JNTC-accredited Service training exercises
                                          that are HITR-related
OSD JAEC T2 Assessment

                                    Executed High Interest          Executed High Interest & Accredited          Executed, Not High Interest

Strategic Communications                                                               1
                      Other                                                            2
           Cyberspace Ops                         4                            2                                   6
          Irregular Warfare                   7                            6                                       12
       Stability Operations               8                 2                                          26
          Combating WMD                               Placeholder for graph 2
             Unified Action           3                 1                                          12
Maritime Interception Ops            1                                                 4                                             1
        TTPs to Defeat IEDs                                     8                                                      7
                Intelligence                  5                                    5                                       7
      Combat Identification                                                            3
Defensive Counter Air Ops       2                                                           16
          Joint Fire Support         9                                                 32                                           9
  Information Operations                  4                           5                                            9
  Personnel Recovery Ops                          6                                                         11
   Airspace Management           3                                         13                                                  7
         Dynamic Targeting                                  5                                                      5
 40
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UNCLASSIFIED 0%                                       20%                 40%                    60%                 80%          40
                                                                                                                   UNCLASSIFIED 100%
      Metric 8A: Coverage of COCOM Engagement Objectives by CE2-Supported Exercises
OSD JAEC T2 Assessment

•    Intent: How do CE2-supported exercises contribute                       Percent of AOR-Wide Country Objectives
     to the engagement objectives?                                                          Impacted
•    Performance target: Contained in the Guidance for                                      FY08   FY09

     Employment of the Force (GEF) (classified)
•    Data element [data source]
                                                                                           49%
       – CE2 funded exercises [CE2 PEP]                                        41%

       – AOR objectives/desired effects by country                     20%
                                                                                                   13%                14%
                                                                                                              7%
          [COCOM TSCMIS*]
       – Exercise objectives/desired effects [COCOM                      PACOM              CENTCOM           NORTHCOM
          TSCMIS]
       – Critical Regional Partners [GEF]                               Percent of Critical Partner Country Objectives
                                                                                           Impacted
•    Findings
                                                                                            FY08   FY09
      – CE2 supported exercises provide
         engagement support to a portion of
         COCOM engagement objectives                                                       55%
      – Decrease in Critical Partner Objective                         44%

         training and Increase in Non-Critical                                 20%
                                                                                                   13%       11%      9%
         Partner Objectives
                                                                         PACOM              CENTCOM           NORTHCOM
 *TSCMIS: Theater Security Cooperation Management Information System
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           Metric 8B: COCOM Engagement Objectives Executed in CE2-supported Exercises
OSD JAEC T2 Assessment

                                                                                  AOR-Wide Objectives
   •    Intent: How often do CE2-supported exercises                                     FY08    FY09
        contribute to the engagement objectives?
                                                                     83%
   •    Performance target: N/A.                             73%
   •    Data element [data source]
          – CE2 funded exercises [CE2 PEP]
          – AOR objectives/desired effects by country                                   21%
             [COCOM TSCMIS]                                                                      8%              6%       6%
          – Exercise objectives/desired effects
             [COCOM TSCMIS]                             Zero Exercises Impacted     One Exercise Impacted   Two Exercises Impacted
          – Critical Regional Partners [GEF]
   •    Findings                                                            Critical Partners Objectives
         – Greater percentage of objectives were                                         FY08    FY09

            not addressed in FY09 than in FY08
         – Critical partner objectives are more                       75%

            likely to be addressed in exercises              57%

            than non-critical partner objectives                                        34%

                                                                                                12%              9%      10%


                                                        Zero Exercises Impacted     One Exercise Impacted   Two Exercises Impacted

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                  Metric 8C: Level of Success of CE2 Exercises on Engagement Objectives
OSD JAEC T2 Assessment

•    Intent: How well do CE2-supported exercises                                                              AOR
     affect engagement objectives?                                                                     AOR FY08      AOR FY09
•    Performance target: N/A.                                               61%
•    Data element [data source]                                                   53%


       – CE2 funded exercises [CE2 PEP]
                                                                                                        31%
       – Exercise assessments by country objective by                                            24%
          assessing organizations [COCOM TSCMIS]                                                                                              14%   12%
•    Findings                                                                                                          1%
                                                                                                                             4%

       – Engagement objectives for CE2 exercises were
                                                                           Good Success        Some Success        Little/No Success      Insufficient
          largely met (graded either Good or Some Success).
                                                                                                                                         Knowledge**
       – The percentage graded either Good or Some
          Success was roughly the same for FY08 and FY09,
                                                                                                    Critical Partners
          and for Critical Partners compared to AOR-wide.
                                                                                          Critical Partners FY08     Critical Partners FY09
•    Notes
       – TSCMIS update is not in line with T2 assessment
          quarterly reporting
                                                                            61%
             • Event owners have 90 days to enter                                 54%
                assessments after exercise is completed
                                                                                                        30%
                                                                                                 25%
                                                                                                                                              13%   12%
                                                                                                                       1%    4%


                                                                           Good Success        Some Success        Little/No Success      Insufficient
                                                                                                                                         Knowledge**

        **“Insufficient” means there was not enough information or observation to assess the objective
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                                               Agenda
OSD JAEC T2 Assessment




               • Contact list and introductions

               • Assessment goals and framework

               • FY2010 T2 Assessment Q1 IPR - draft

                JAEC Assessment issues and projects

               • Way ahead



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                                               Issues
OSD JAEC T2 Assessment




                 • Exercise list
                 • Use of JTIMS to support assessment




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                                               Exercise List
OSD JAEC T2 Assessment




            • Do we need to add any exercises to the collection plan?
            • List being handed out includes:
                 – Exercises from FY10 T2 assessment collection plan
                 – Exercises shown in CE2 PEP
            • Stated criteria are:
                 Services: JNTC-accredited exercises
                 COCOMs: exercises supported by T2 and/or CE2




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                                       Use of JTIMS for Assessment
OSD JAEC T2 Assessment



          • Issue: Increasing use of JTIMS by Services and Combatant
            Commands – to support T2 assessment as well as all aspects of the
            JELC and JTS
                 – CJCSI 3500.01E, Joint Training Policy and Guidance, directs monthly
                   updates of TPAs and MPAs in JTIMS
          • Benefits
                 – Standard system for scheduling interagency and international
                   participation; would also support assessment
                 – Single source for training execution…and assessment data
                 – Example: JAEC analyzes ratings in JTIMS, reports in classified annex
                   posted in JDEIS
          • Costs / impediments
          • What is the best way to increase use of JTIMS?

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                                               Assessment Projects
OSD JAEC T2 Assessment

       1. JNTC PBR MOEs. Work with JNTC to                  6. Enterprise view of joint training
           develop effective measures of effectiveness in      outcomes. Examine JTIMS data for common
           PBRs.                                               and significant trends, positive and negative.
                                                               Formerly an assessment analysis topic, de-
       2. Intergovernmental and                                listed for FY10.
          multinational participation targets.
           Collaborate with community to revise             7. JTF-capable Service HQ. Track DRRS
           performance targets for intergovernmental           comments for Service and Service component
           and multinational participation in exercises.       HQ that have been designated by their
                                                               COCOM as JTF-capable. Formerly an
       3. Increase use of JTIMS for                            assessment analysis topic, de-listed for FY10.
          assessment. Increase Service and COCOM
           use of JTIMS, especially for the T2 asmt.        8. Timeline display of NYCU keywords.
                                                               Effective representation of keyword
       4. JTEN ROI. Work with JNTC to develop                  accomplishments from News You Can Use.
           indicators of return on investment for JTEN.
                                                            9. Pre-deployment training for RC. Work
       5. IW/SO metrics. Develop more useful                   with OSD Reserve Affairs on methodology and
           metrics related to IW/SO using existing data.       targets for measuring Reserve Component unit
                                                               participation in JNTC-accredited exercises.




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                                               Next Steps
OSD JAEC T2 Assessment




                Monthly telcon                                        6 April
                Formal staffing of intergovernmental and              Soon
                multinational military targets
                FY10 Q2 data inputs due                               20 April
                Convert assessment Collection Plan into “T2           Spring
                Guidance” document to supplement DoD
                Directive




                              …and others based on the assessment projects


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                                               Questions?

          Contacts:
                         Dr Shep Barge, JAEC Director: Shep.Barge@osd.mil
                         Faraz Ashraff, JAEC analyst: Faraz.Ashraff.ctr@osd.mil
                         David Baranek, JAEC analyst: David.Baranek.ctr@osd.mil
                         Tony Handy, JAEC JTS Specialist: Anthony.Handy.ctr@osd.mil
                         John Ross, JAEC analyst at JFCOM: John.Ross.ctr@jfcom.mil
                         John Thurman, JAEC analyst: John.Thurman.ctr@osd.mil
                         Stephanie Woodring, JAEC analyst: Stephanie.Woodring.ctr@osd.mil
                         Stan Horowitz, IDA analyst supporting JAEC: Shorowit@ida.org
                         Dr John Morrison, IDA analyst supporting JAEC: JMorriso@ida.org


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                                  Participation Trends: 4 Years of Q1
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                  Interagency                                    International




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         HITI                           HITR                      UJTL Task                    Program
                                                                                                 Blue Flag

                                                                                                  Unified
                                    Crisis Response &                   TA 1                     Endeavor
                                  Limited Contingency
  Stability Operations
                                 Operations to Support
                                  Stability Operations                                          USFF Units

                                                                                                 Blue Flag

                                                                                                  Unified
                                                                      OP 5.3                     Endeavor
                                                                                                        MARFOR
                                                                                               USFF Units

                                                                                                        MARFOR
                                                                                               USFF Units


                                  Provide SA to Plan &                OP 5.2                     Blue Flag
                                 Execute Crisis Response
                                   to Support Stability
                                                                                                 Blue Flag
                                                                        TA 2
                                                                                                USFF Units

            Source: CJCS Note
                                                                                                  Unified
                                                                                                 Endeavor
    Stability                     Plan & Execute Crisis               OP 5.5
                                      Response for                                             USFF Units MEF
      Ops                           Stability/Migrant
                                       Operations
    Example,                                                            TA 1
                                                                                                  Unified
                                                                                                 Endeavor
      FY10
                                                                                                USFF Units
UNCLASSIFIED                52     Source: FY10-11 JFCOM JTP   Source: FY10-11 JFCOM JTP   Source: FY10-11 JFCOM JTP
       HITI                          HITR                      UJTL Task                    Program
                                                                                             Virtual Flag

                                                                                              Red Flag -
                                Expanded Maritime                   ST 8.5                      Nellis
     Maritime
                              Intercept Operations &
   Interception                                                                              USFF Units
                                  WMD Maritime
       Ops                          Interception
                                                                                             Virtual Flag
                                                                  OP 1.5.2                    Red Flag -
                                                                                                Nellis

                                                                                             USFF Units
                                                                  OP 1.4.4
                                                                                             Virtual Flag

                                                                                              Red Flag -
                                                                                                Nellis

                                                                                             USFF Units

                                                                                             Virtual Flag
                               Conduct Interdiction
                                                                  TA 3.2.3                    Red Flag -
                                   Operations
                                                                                                Nellis
         Source: CJCS Note
                                                                                              FST (USN)
   Maritime
                                                                                             JTFEX (USN)
   Intercept
   Example,                      Conduct Maritime
                                                                  OP 1.4.4
     FY09                     Interception Operations



UNCLASSIFIED             53     Source: FY09-11 JFCOM JTP   Source: FY09-11 JFCOM JTP   Source: FY09-11 JFCOM JTP
       HITI                          HITR                      UJTL Task                Program
                                                                                        Virtual Flag

                                                                                         Red Flag -
                                Expanded Maritime                   ST 8.5                 Nellis
     Maritime
                              Intercept Operations &
   Interception                                                                         USFF Units
                                  WMD Maritime
       Ops                          Interception
                                                                                        Virtual Flag
                                                                  OP 1.5.2               Red Flag -
                                                                                           Nellis

                                                                                        USFF Units
                                                                  OP 1.4.4
                                                                                        Virtual Flag

                                                                                         Red Flag -
                                                                                           Nellis

                                                                                        USFF Units

                                                                                        Virtual Flag
                               Conduct Interdiction
                                                                  TA 3.2.3               Red Flag -
                                   Operations
                                                                                           Nellis
         Source: CJCS Note
                                                                                         FST (USN)
   Maritime
                                                                                        JTFEX (USN)
   Intercept
   Example,                      Conduct Maritime                                        Blue Flag
                                                                  OP 1.4.4
     FY10                     Interception Operations
                                                                                         FST (USN)

UNCLASSIFIED             54     Source: FY10-11 JFCOM JTP   Source: FY10-11 JFCOM JTP   JTFEX (USN)
                                        Assessment Framework – FY2009
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     Enterprise Priority                                           Analysis Topics
                                1. JNTC-accredited unit training accomplished prior to deployment
  Joint training
  accomplished prior to         2. Joint Task Force Headquarters staff collective training
  deployment
                                3. Joint Task Force Headquarters staff individual training (JKDDC contribution)
  Irregular warfare
                                4. Irregular warfare and stability operations at Service training centers
  training
  Whole of government           5. Whole of government training
  and international
  training                      6. International participation in training exercises
                                7. Enterprise view of joint training outcomes
  Impact of joint training
                                8. CE2T2 impact on qualifying joint officers
                                9. Distributed network for joint training
  Impact of joint training 10. Research and development for joint training
  enablers                 11. Implementation of Joint Training Information Management System
                                12. Implementation of Joint Lessons Learned Information System
                          13. Impact of CE2T2 on meeting Service requirements
  Implementation of joint
                          14. Impact of CE2T2 on meeting COCOMs requirements
  training
                          15. Impact of CE2T2 meeting individual joint training requirements


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                                        TSCMIS is system for source data
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       Are the countries identified?                  Y     Y      Y       Y     Y     Y

       Are the exercises/events identified?           Y     Y      Y       Y     Y     Y

       Are assessments included?                      N     Y      Y       Y     Y     Y
          Is the assessment by effect of exercise/
       event on engagement objective                  N     Y      N       Y     Y     N
          Is the assessment by country?               N     Y      N       Y     Y     N
          Are the country objectives/desired
       effects evaluated?                             N     Y      Y       Y     Y     Y
          Are the higher level strategic objectives
       or endstates evaluated?                        N     N      N       N     N     N
          Is the assessment color coded?              N     Y      N       Y     Y     Y
          Likert or some other scale used?            N     N      Y       N     N     N

       Annual basis?                                  N     Y      Y       Y     Y     Y

       As exercise/event completed?                   N     Y      N       Y     Y     N

       COCOM roll up?                                 N     N      Y       Y     Y     Y

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