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					ASW Metrics Symposium
  Tasking Overview


            CAPT Jim Berdeguez
   Director, Oceanography Operations for
          Anti-Submarine Warfare
                 (228) 688-4843
            james.berdeguez@navy.mil
      For More Information

For additional information and details
 about the ASW Metrics Symposium,
 please refer to the following document:

Summary of ASW Directorate Metrics
 Symposium [.doc] [.pdf]
        ASW Metrics Overview

• Must comply with global ASW CONOPS
  – Published by Naval Mine and Anti-Submarine
    Warfare Command (NMAWC) at
    http://fltaswcom.navy.smil.mil/globalasw.htm
  – Study the 10 points bottom to top and
    consider where the METOC community has
    an impact.
• Primary questions
  – How does the METOC community have an
    impact on the ASW fight?
  – How will we measure that impact?
               Types of ASW Metrics
• Performance metrics
   – Consists of measurable/verifiable physical quantities (e.g. How well did
     we forecast 20M temperature vs. observed 20M temperature?)
• Proxy Metrics
   – Verifiable quantity (possibly derived) that is defined by the end-user to
     be closely tied to user performance (e.g., SLD accuracy)
• Impact Metrics – (a.k.a. Campaign Metrics)
   – Verifiable quantity of the end user’s overall warfighting effectiveness
     (e.g., Number of submarines destroyed, or percentage of missions
     accomplished.)
• Other types of metrics
   – Quality Metrics –
       • Measure of the overall quality of a product or service (e.g.,
         TOA grade). Could be a combination of performance metrics
   – Capacity/Readiness Metrics
       • Number of SME’s available and/or trained watchstanders.
   – Efficiency Metrics –
       • number of SME’s required to publish TOA.
Background: 3-D Metrics Continuum              (With Examples)


                                              Higher Level                             Larger Spatial Scale
                                                                                            (Whole-exercise box)
                                           (Navy-wide SLD accuracy)
                                                                            Larger Spatial and/or
                                                                              Temporal Scale
                                                                             (Exercise forecast location)




                                                                      End State
                                     Metric Symposium                 Metric Focus
                                     Focus Space                      (years)
  Performance
(Temperature and salinity                                                                               Impacts
      accuracy)
                                            Proxy Impacts
                                                                                               (Number of positively identified
                                              (SLD accuracy)                                           submarines)




        Smaller Spatial
        and/or Temporal
             Scale
         (Point forecast location)
                                             Lower Level
                                           (MOATs SLD accuracy)




              Entire 3-D metric process to be conducted continuously over time
           Focus Committees
• Three separate exploratory committees were
  formed with differing focus areas.
  – MPRA
  – ASW Reachback Cell
  – Naval Oceanography ASW Teams (NOATs)
• Each committee is directed to a complete focus
  committee tasking order by 21 Feb 07.
  – Forward results to LT Parker @
    scott.w.paker@navy.mil
• The executive committee will guide the focus
  committee and direct the project.
            MPRA Committee
• LEAD: Clear Science – Mr. Bruce Ford
   – NOAD Kadena OIC - LCDR (Sel) Danny Garcia
   – NOAD JAX OIC – LT Eric Macdonald
   – CPRG - CDR Sopko
   – NRL - Pat Hogan
   – APL- UW – Mr. Bob Miyamoto
   – FNMOC – LTJG Dave Watson
   – PDD South - Doug Lipscombe
   – SPA - Paul Vodola, Matt McNamara, Luke Piepkorn
   RBC and NOAT Committees
• RBC
  – LEAD – NOAC RBC LT Heather Hornick
  – NRL - Jay Shriver, Jim Dykes, Josie Fabre
  – NAVO – John Blaha, Frank Bub, Keith Atkinson,   Dennis
    Krynen
  – FNMOC – LTJG Dave Watson
  – Clear Science – Bruce Ford
  – SPA - Paul Vodola, Matt McNamara, Luke Piepkorn


• NOAT
  –   LEAD – NOAC SSC LT Tim Campo
  –   NOAC Yoko - LCDR Joel Feldmeier
  –   Clear Science - Bruce Ford
  –   NRL - Jim Dykes, Josie Fabre
  –   SPA - Paul Vodola, Matt McNamara, Luke Piepkorn
        Executive Committee
• LEAD: Dr. Tom Murphree (NPS)
  – CNMOC Technical Director - Mr. Ed Gough
  – ASW DOO/DDOO - Capt Jim Berdeguez, LT Scott
    Parker
  – CNMOC N9 – Steve Lingsch
  – NMAWC - CDR Ash Evans
  – N84 – CDR Mike Angove
  – NRL - Pat Hogan, Josie Fabre, Greg Jacobs
  – ONR – CDR Doug Marble
  – SPA – Paul Vodola, Matt McNamara, Luke
    Piepkorn
  – PDC – Merrill Stevens
  – PMW 180 – Marcus Speckhahn
       Committee Tasking Order
• All committees shall:
   – Document the METOC support process (diagram if necessary) in
     terms of the end-user’s mission timeline
     (planning/execution/debrief). Include:
      • Unclassified examples of the all products issued
      • Annotate how METOC support is incorporated
      • Are TTPs used for METOC support? If so, how?
   – Determine the end-user of METOC products produced by focus
     area (e.g., warfighter or other METOC personnel).
   – Determine what metrics (see previous definitions) should be
     collected (1st guess). Include:
      • Performance metrics
      • Proxy metrics
          – Must be closely correlated with customer performance
          – End user must agree that proxy metric values directly impact their ability to
            complete their mission successfully
          – Examples: Accuracy of SLD, Sea Surface Height, MDR, Buoy Depth
            Setting reccomendations
      • Impact metrics
           Tasking Order (cont)
• Recommended metrics collection techniques
   – Source (METOC products, mission debriefs)
   – Frequency Required (hourly, 12-hourly, weekly)
   – Verifiability (verified with observations,
     reconstructions)
   – Collection points/methods (within end-user
     mission timeline)
• Map recommended metrics to 3D Metrics
  Continuum (slide 4)
• Identify existing metrics within the end-user’s
  realm that are already being calculated
     ASW Directorate
“Taking Care of Business”


          Questions?




            CAPT Jim Berdeguez
   Director, Oceanography Operations for
          Anti-Submarine Warfare
                 (228) 688-4843
            james.berdeguez@navy.mil

				
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