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					                     SYSTEM TRAINING PLAN
                               (STRAP)
                               FOR THE

        TACTICAL
   EXPLOITATION SYSTEM
                               TES
         AN/TSQ-219 (V) Systems



Approval Date: 14 Sep 01
Date: 10 April 2001
Milestone III (Revision)

Proponent School:
USAIC&FH
ATTN: ATZS-FDR-TL
Fort Huachuca, AZ 85613-6000
                                    Table of Contents*


Paragraph                Title                                            Page

1           System Description                                            1

2           Target Audience                                               2

3           Assumptions                                                   2

4           Training Constraints (AC/RC)                                  4

5           Training Concepts (AC/RC)                                     4

6           Training Strategy                                             5

7           Training Products                                             7

8           Training Support                                              11

9           Post-Fielding Training Evaluation Summary                     13

Annex                       Title                                         Page

A           Target Audience                                               A1

B           Combined Arms Training Strategy (CATS) Individual
            Training Strategies (Warrior)                                 B1

C           CATS Short-range Unit Training Strategies (Warfighter)        C1

D           Training Development Milestone Schedule                       D1

E           Resources                                                     E1

F           References                                                    F1

G           Coordination                                                  G1

H           Acronyms                                                      H1

I           Training Aids, Devices, Simulations, and Simulators (TADSS)   I1
            Requirements




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                       SYSTEM TRAINING PLAN (STRAP)
                FOR THE TACTICAL EXPLOITATION SYSTEM (TES)

1. System Description: The TES is a new multi-purpose system that incorporates all Tactical
Exploitation for National Capabilities (TENCAP) functions into a single system. TES
consolidates the Signal Intelligence (SIGINT) and Imagery Intelligence (IMINT) capabilities of
the Modernized Imagery Exploitation System (MIES), Enhanced Tactical Radar Correlator
(ETRAC), and the Advanced Electronic Processing Dissemination System (AEPDS). TES is the
objective TENCAP preprocessor for national and theater SIGINT and IMINT data. The TES will
perform preprocessor functions for the All-Source Analysis System (ASAS), Common Ground
Station (CGS), and the Digital Topographic Support System (DTSS). The TES will also be a
downlink for broadcast signals intelligence from the Guardrail Common Sensor (GRCS), and its
follow-on system, the Aerial Common Sensor. In addition, TES will be able to receive, process
and exploit imagery from the PREDATOR UAV-MAE, Global Hawk UAV-HAE, ARL, ACS,
and selected commercial imaging satellites.

    a. Configuration. The TES consists of two component groups, a TES Forward (TES-F) and
a TES Main (TES-M). The TES Forward consists of eight HMMWVs, four generators and
support equipment. TES Main consists of four low profile vans (with prime movers), a generator
system, and one FMTV. The TES uses JTA and standard protocols compliant with Department
of Defense (DoD) and national architectures. The baseline system will have 18 workstations to
meet the throughput requirements of the tactical situation and is able to support Joint and
Combined operations. TES workstations are reconfigurable and able to perform all TES sub-
functions (e.g., IMINT, SIGINT, supervisor, resource manager, collection manager, data base
manager, maintainer, etc.) without function specific modification. This easily deployable
configuration provides the commander with a highly flexible, modular system that can be used
for split base operations. The configuration also provides quick set-up/tear-down for rapid
deployment and drive-on/drive-off capability on the C-130 military aircraft. Set up time for
TES-F is two hours and TES-M is eight hours.

        (1) The system is Demand Assigned Multiple Access (DAMA) suited, utilizing the
SUCCESS DAMA radio, Sterling Communications Support Package (CSP) capable of operating
on a wide area network, is compatible and interoperable with common user networks including
the Integrated Broadcast Service (IBS), Global Broadcast System (GBS), Defense Message
System (DMS), Secure Internet Protocol Router Network (SIPRNET), Joint World-wide
Intelligence Communications System (JWICS), and the Nonsecure Internet Protocol Router
(NIPRNET). The TES supports connectivity with TROJAN Special Purpose Integrated Remote
Intelligence Terminal (SPIRIT) and TROJAN Basic Architecture Receive Element (BARE) to
receive national primary imagery. The TES contains a Modular Interoperable Surface Terminal
(MIST) antenna interface for receipt of the Dual Data Link from theater IMINT. A MiDAS
provides S-band transmit and receive capability of national SIGINT, Secondary Imagery
Dissemination System (SIDS) and formatted message traffic.

  b. First Unit Equipped (FUE) Dates: Initial fielding will begin FY00 and be completed in
FY07.


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       (1) TES-F - XVIII Airborne Corps in 4QFY99

       (2) TES-M fielding to XVIII Airborne Corps in 3QFY00

       (3) TES-F and TES-M to 5TH Corps in 2QFY01

2. Target Audience. A systems orientation briefing will be incorporated within the following,
United States Army Intelligence Center and Fort Huachuca (USAIC&FH) related ELINT
Analyst, (98J), SIGINT Analyst, (98C), and Imagery Analyst, (96D), basic courses, as well as
Noncommissioned officer (NCO), officer and warrant officer (350D, 352C, and 352J) courses.
No new additional skills are anticipated for satellite communications system operator-
maintainers (31S). Soldiers and leaders within these intelligence related MOSs assigned to TES
equipped units will receive resident TES operator/supervisor level instruction at USAIC&FH.
Upon completion of the course, operators, and supervisors will be awarded Additional Skill
Identifier (ASI) 2T. Maintainer/integrators holding MOS 33W will receive ASI 4T. Gaining
units will receive New Equipment Training (NET). Upon completion of NET, units will receive
a sustainment package to support individual and collective task training.

3. Assumptions.

    a. Facilities. The existing TENCAP Analyst training facility in Rm. 19, Friedman Hall will
be utilized for TES Analyst course. This facility is currently used by the TENCAP Data Analyst
Course (TDAC). The TDAC will be the foundation for TES institutional training. This facility
is currently funded by United States Army Space Program Office (USASPO). USASPO will
continue current funding as well as provide necessary upgrades to this facility for integrating TES
analyst training. The Plug & Play classroom will be used to train TES software as applicable.
The training capability at USAIC&FH will include a collaborative training capability through
connectivity with the Digital TOC IAW OPORD 00-01, USAIC Transformation, USAIC&FH,
01 Aug 00. This training capability will allow data exchange and analyst interaction.

   b. Individual Training

      (1) The prerequisite for individual training requires soldiers be assigned or enroute to
TES equipped unit as an operator/analyst or in supervisory position.

       (2) The program of instruction (POI) for the existing ten week TENCAP Data Analyst
Course (TDAC), funded by USASPO, will serve as the cornerstone for TES system training
without an increase in the overall length of the course.

      (3) The TES software architecture supports operator training using operational
equipment and software without impeding or interfering with mission operations.

      (4) Instructors from the TDAC functional course in cooperation with the Course
Manager and NSTO Training Developers will develop Analyst/Operator reference booklets and


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on the job training guides for TES equipped units to incorporate as part of the NET training
support package (TSP).

      c. Collective Training

        (1) Collective training will be supported by existing scenario driven exercises
customized by the USAIC&FH Simulation Center (SIMCENTER). The Intelligence and
Electronic Warfare Tactical Proficiency Trainer (IEWTPT), once operational at USAIC&FH,
will support collective training.

        (2) The USAIC&FH Simulation Center (SIMCENTER) is resourced with personnel and
funds from the Intelligence Center to customize scenario-driven exercises necessary for TES
training. Specific unit simulation applications are funded by the requesting unit.

      d. Resources

      (1) USASPO will fund training equipment and/or upgrades to existing training
components.

      (2) USASPO will fund the TES portion of a collaborative training capability at Ft.
Huachuca, implemented by the Intelligence Center. Additionally, USASPO will assist in funding
HPW for TES maintainers, as well as necessary periodic equipment and software upgrades for
HPW.

         (3) ASPO provides resources for the New Systems Training Office (NSTO) to participate
in training development meetings, integrated logistic support management team meetings, in-
process reviews, factory training for developmental testing/operational testing training
development, doctrine and tactics training (DTT), instructor and key personnel training (IKPT),
and other activities requiring proponent support.

       (4) Resources from USASPO will be available to USAIC & FH for resident training,
distance learning, Army Training and Evaluation Program (ARTEP), and Combined Arms
Training Strategy (CATS) training development.

         (5) The PM will provide funds to interface with the IEWTPT, when fielded (see Annex
I).

      e. Training Implementation.

        (1) Soldiers assigned to TES-equipped units will attend the TDAC prior to reporting to
the gaining unit.

       (2) Soldiers operating, maintaining, and supporting the MIES, ETRAC, and AEPDS
legacy systems are capable of performing collective and individual tasks on the TES.




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    f. Maintenance.

        (1) USASPO will provide (fund) hardware maintenance for the life of the system(s).

        (2) Logistic Support Analysis Record (LSAR). USASPO will provide logistic support
analysis record data to the Intelligence Center no later than six months prior to the start of
training. This data will include the task and skills analysis, gross task list, spare parts list, and
training device requirements.

    g. Training Devices. ASPO will fund Intelligence Center system training devices, training
materials and lesson plans, workstations, or upgrades to existing workstations and components
for TES training. Additionally, ASPO will provide system and software upgrades and integration
for the life of the system. Initial delivery and upgrades will be provided to the Intelligence
Center no later than six months prior to course start.

4. Training Constraints. System Manprint Management Plan (SMMP) was not done because
ASPO has a unique charter that allows rapid development and fielding of capabilities that
leverage national systems technologies to provide support to the operational commander.
Supporting references listed below:

      a. Chief of Staff Memorandum dated 29 March 1993, Subject: Charter of the U.S.
Army Space Program Office (USASPO).

       b. Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) between the Office of the Secretary of the Army
and the National Reconnaissance Office (NRO) dated 22 September 1997.

       c. Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) between the U.S. Army Training and Doctrine
Command (TRADOC) and the U.S. Space and Strategic Defense Command (SSDC) dated 18
February 1997.

5. Training Concept (AC/RC).

        a. Active Component. (AC)

             (1) Doctrine and Tactics Training (DTT) will be developed by the NSTO Training
Developer in concert with contractor and USASPO. DTT will take advantage of existing
TENCAP system applications. TES system courseware, funded by the PM, will be implemented
by the New Equipment Training Team (NETT) and used as a basis to develop institutional
training as well as development of unit sustainment training materials. The NETT will train each
unit at initial fielding using contractor developed training material. The NETT will cover all
aspects of TES operations including; Operator, Maintainer and Supervisor. Resident and non-
resident instruction will be performance oriented taking full advantage of the analytical
functionality of the TES. Programs of instruction will concentrate on applying AIT acquired
MOS skills and knowledge using TES functionality.



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            (2) TES will incorporate distance learning technologies such as contractor support for
application upgrades via the secure Internet (e.g. JWICS) and access to existing and future
Intelligence Center developed training material through the same network. Training aides,
devices and training simulators provided by the contractor and funded by the PM include
operational software, operator-level embedded training, CBT in CD-ROM format,
analyst/operator handbooks and doctrinal literature and robust simulations. Emphasis will be
given to noncommissioned officers and warrant officers, providing them with the requisite
knowledge and understanding of system implementation and operations to supervise the
operation of TES.

            (3) Institutional training will be provided through USAIC&FH using the existing
TDAC and will continue as it transitions to meet TES training needs. The Plug & Play
classroom will be utilized to train TES operational software to the fullest extent possible. The
training capability at USAIC&FH will include a collaborative training capability through
connectivity with the Digital TOC IAW OPORD 00-01, USAIC Transformation, USAIC&FH,
01 Aug 00. This training capability will allow data exchange and analyst interaction.

            (4) The IEWTPT, when fielded, will be used to provide sustainment and proficiency
training for operators and crews. The TES Trainer will interface with IEWTPT for training
simulations and proficiency training (see Annex I).

            (5) Although TES is an operational and theater Intelligence and Electronic Warfare
(IEW) asset and the Combined Arms Training Strategy (CATS) is designed to meet the needs of
echelons below corps, CATS will apply to TES as a result of its ability to provide timely
intelligence support to army tactical operations.

        b. Reserve Component (RC). No TES equipment or systems are scheduled for fielding
to the RC. The Intelligence Center will provide training handouts and additional training
products upon request to units that have personnel serving in TES MOSs or branches to use in
their unit-level training programs. Active Component units equipped with the TES and
supplemented by RC units for training may incorporate TES training into their training cycles.
RC may attend TDAC while serving on active duty.

6. Training Strategy (AR/RC)

       a. The New Equipment Training Team (NETT).

             (1) USASPO provides (funds) the TES NET to gaining units. The NETT, comprised
of contractor subject matter experts (SMEs) for each training area of concentration. NETT will
train test personnel and player units prior to evaluations, customer acceptance tests and
operational tests. NSTO personnel will evaluate the NETT. In addition to NETT support to
fielded units the NETT will provide instructor and key personnel (IKPT) to the Intelligence
Center. Structured DTT developed jointly by USAIC Training Developers, the Contractor and
USASPO for operators, supervisors, commanders and their staff is incorporated within the NET.
 DTT will be based on existing TENCAP system applications refined to accommodate TES


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functionality. New equipment training will rely heavily on the use of robust simulations,
supporting both individual and collective training. Upon completion of NET, the gaining unit,
using a system-orientated scenario-driven exercise will conduct a field training exercise (FTX).
NETT personnel will perform observer/controller duties and evaluate performance during the FTX.
Additionally, they will provide feedback upon FTX completion.

        (2) The NETT trains, 98J Noncommunications Interceptor/Analyst, 33W Electronic
Warfare/Intercept Systems Repairer, 96D Imagery Analyst, 98C Traffic Analyst, MOS 31S
Satellite Communications System Operator Maintainer select warrant officers holding MOS
350D, Imagery Intelligence Technician and 352J, Emanations Analysis Technician operators on
the operation of TES, incorporating the use of their MOS skills. Training will focus on
conducting IEW operations in support of an Analysis and Control Element.

        (3) NET will be performance oriented, combining traditional classroom instruction with
 extensive use of actual TES software and hardware. NET will encompass all areas of TES
 operations and maintenance. These operator and maintainer/integrators functions include
 communications and communications support, SIGINT/IMINT/MASINT processing and
 exploitation, support to targeting, mission/asset management, system control and monitoring,
 database management, set-up and tear down, airload operations, environmental controls, and
 power plant operations. The NET products will be left with the unit as part of a larger TES
 training support package (TSP). The TSP will provide TES equipped units with the necessary
 training materials to sustain learned individual crew and collective skills. NET leave behind
 training materials will include at a minimum: technical manuals, user manuals, lesson plans,
 student training guides, practical exercises and tests. NET training materials and references will
 be in hard copy format and CD-ROM, as well as CBT. Updates to the training material and
 references will be delivered in the same media.

   b. Individual Training (Warrior).

        (1) The strategy for training the TES is to integrate as many hands-on situationally based
training events as possible highlighting operator/leader task and skills analysis. TES unique
communications and communications maintenance training will be conducted by the NET
Team/Contractor at the gaining units.

         (2) Select soldiers holding MOS 33W, 96D, 98C, 98J, and select warrant officers holding
MOS 350D and 352J that are assigned or enroute to TES equipped units will receive resident
TES operator/supervisory level instruction at USAIC&FH. Upon completion of the course,
operators and supervisors will be awarded Additional Skill Identifier (ASI) 2T;
maintainer/integrators holding MOS 33W will be awarded ASI 4T. Sustainment of individual
skills for all soldiers involved will be accomplished using embedded training and the TES TSP.
The leave behind TES TSP will include, associated field manuals and pamphlets, system specific
individual critical tasks with tasks, conditions and standards, DTT, and other training material
needed to train and sustain individual skills. Analyst/Operator reference booklets, scenarios, and
computer-based courseware is planned as part of the TSP as they become available. No new




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additional training will be required for satellite communications system operator-maintainers
(31S).

        (3) MOS 31S, Satellite Communications System Operator Maintainer receive Tri-band
Satellite Sub-system (TSS) training in AIT at the US Army Signal Center, Ft. Gordon GA.
These soldiers will receive DTT and system familiarization once assigned to a TES equipped
unit. Due to their task specific role in TES, they are not eligible to attend the functional course.

        (4) DTT is incorporated within the NET. USASPO and Directorate of Combat
Developments will develop DTT at two levels – 1) operator/ supervisor level and
2) commander/staff level, taking advantage of existing FMs, pamphlets, ARTEPs, user manuals,
system manuals, the TES Leader‟s Guide, and the TSP. DTT will describe TES as a part of the
“system of systems”; its hardware and enclave configurations with associated interfaces, software
capabilities, manning, communications and maintenance. DTT will also describe how TES
streamlines the intelligence analysis process and gives timely and accurate intelligence to
commanders and their staffs. DTT material will be provided in both hard copy and CD-ROM
formats. DTT is provided to gaining units as part of the NET by the PM working with USAIC.
As a part of DTT, the TES Leader‟s Guide will be sent to gaining units, as it becomes available.
 DTT is based on existing TENCAP system application and employment refined to reflect TES
increased mobility and improved functionality. A systems orientation briefing will be
incorporated within existing IEW “system of systems” for select USAIC&FH MOS producing,
professional development, and officer courses. USAIC&FH-trained Reserve Component personnel
will receive training along side their active duty counterparts. The system orientation briefing will
provide a system description, doctrinal configuration, employment, message/data exchanges,
communications architecture, and explain the capabilities TES offers and how TES is used to
improve combat effectiveness.

    c. Unit/Sustainment Training (Warfighter) NET training materials will be left behind as
part of TES TSP. TSP will include at a minimum: DTT, TES Leader‟s Guide, ACE Leader‟s
Guide, collective critical tasks, crew drill manuals, Military Combat Assessment Tables (MICATS)
and ARTEPS. TES equipped units will take advantage of system embedded training products,
CBT, robust simulations, and future distance learning products and technologies such as training
material updates and VTC, to increase individual and critical collective task training effectiveness
and efficiency. These units use system embedded training products, CBT, robust simulations,
training material updates, video teleconferencing, distant learning, and IEWTPT (once developed),
to increase individual and critical collective task training effectiveness and efficiency. A list of
individual and collective training tasks and strategies are explained in detail in Annex C.

   d. Digital Training support at USAIC&FH.

     (1) The TES Trainer will interface with the Digital TOC via the existing secure
communications architecture at USAIC&FH. The Directorate of Information Management
(DOIM) maintains the communications architecture; the TES Trainer will simply plug into it.




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     (2) Instructor personnel designing and updating lesson plans for instruction for the
TAC/TMIC will attend the Instructor Design Instruction Course (IDIC).

7. Training Products.

   a. TSP.

       The TSP will include at a minimum: DTT, TES Leader‟s Guide, ACE Leader‟s Guide,
   collective critical tasks, crew drill manuals, Military Combat Assessment Tables (MICATS)
   and ARTEPS.

          DTT material will be provided in both hard copy and CD-ROM formats. DTT is
           provided to gaining units as part of the NET by the PM working with USAIC.

          As a part of DTT, the TES Leader‟s Guide will be sent to gaining units, as it becomes
           available.

          ACE Leaders Guide

          Collective Critical Tasks

          Crew Drill Manuals

          MICATS

          ARTEPS

   b. MDDTSP. A materiel developer‟s digitized training support package (MDDTSP)
containing all training materials will be delivered, as it becomes available with the IKPT for each
TES delivery. USAIC&FH personnel will use these MDDTSPs to assist in evaluating NET
products, facilitate institutional training integration, and develop unit sustainment. The
MDDTSPs must contain at least the following:

          Gross task list.

          Basic program of instruction in accordance with TRADOC standards and at key
           stroke level.

          Job sheets.

          Knowledge and skill tasks.

          Applicable software and hardware technical manuals.

          Operator/user manuals.


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          Media analysis.

   c. Embedded Training

         (1) USASPO will develop and fund embedded training to include a Target Signature
Array (TSA), which will provide the interface to IEWTPT. A detailed plan is in Annex I.
Embedded training will be used for initial training, to maintain personnel proficiency, and for
training replacement personnel. System embedded training will satisfy the Army‟s goal to exploit
the technologies that best match near-term training needs. Embedded training and automation
assistance will be used to eliminate major modifications to standard training courses and to
maintain a high standard of readiness for all personnel assigned to TES equipped units. The
software architecture will support the training of personnel, using any TES Analyst Workstations
and operational software on operational equipment without impeding mission operations. It will
include the following key areas; mission/asset management, message processing, security review
and release, SIGINT analysis data sets, IMINT work packages, system control and monitoring,
fault detection fault isolation using injected faults, image formation, and secondary imagery
dissemination (SIDS) generation. By utilizing canned data from actual operations, the software
will have the ability to operate in a training mode. All training information produced will either
be archived or removed when the training session is over.

        (2) Fielded TES units may use the TES workstations for training when they are not part
of an operational on-line group. Skills and knowledge mastered during formal training are
perishable, but with proper stimulus can be maintained through embedded training. As such,
embedded training products will be built at the operator level providing the operator with the
requisite “key-strokes” and associated functional background information assigned to the
workstation position. The TES courseware will emulate operator, maintainer/integrator, and
supervisor/leader functions to provide the requisite skills necessary to conduct operations.

        (3) As the system migrates, improvements to this system will be used to create an all-
inclusive training package for unit sustainment training. The intermediate embedded training
package will include at a minimum the following capabilities and requirements:

              Web-based training tool with courseware containing lessons, practical exercises
               and tests

              Context reference using hypertext linked pages in hypertext Markup Language
               (HTML) format

              Tools for collaboration to include “chat”, voice, a whiteboard and video
               teleconferencing capability

              Tools for sharing/posting to include notes, e-mail and a bulletin board

              Platform independent CD-ROM for non-networked based training, built with


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               HTML so the operator can use the CD-ROM in conjunction with updated training
               materials through the Internet

    d. Manuals. Solider manuals, ARTEPS, MICATS, mission training plans, TES unique
training manuals developed by the Intelligence Center and USASPO contractors, and FMs for
associated with TES are listed in Annex D Page D4.

    e. System Hardware/Software and Components.

        (1) PM will fund the transition of the existing TDAC at Friedman Hall, Rm. 19, Ft.
Huachuca, AZ to support TES training. The transition will encompass all necessary equipment
and software to replicate fielded TES functionality including; SIGINT Analysis, IMINT
Analysis, Multi-discipline Intelligence Analysis, Fault Detection/Fault Isolation (FDFI),
Collection and Mission Management functions, Communications and Web based functionality.
Plug & Play classroom will be used where applicable to integrate TES into the collaborative
training environment at Ft. Huachuca and as a cost effective measure. This transition will
include:

   Replacements for existing TENCAP workstations with TES analyst workstations (and/or
    Plug & Play classroom drives for a portion of the training) including TES functional software
    and GFE software.
   System Server(s) and network components.
   Replacements for the existing TENCAP CSP with Sterling CSPs or “virtual” replicated
    software.
   Upgrades to the current two SUCCESS radios already in the classroom enabling them to
    interface with TES software replicating SUCCESS DAMA functionality.
   Continued system connectivity for JWICS and SIPRNET.

        (2) Due to the expense of TES system components, it would not be feasible to field some
of the hardware at the training facility. PM will fund “virtual” system devices in the form of
modified software that replicates system functionality and scenarios that run on existing GFE
provided software. An example of this is the modified National Imagery Transmission Format
Communications Interface Unit (NCIU) software and the scenario driven Mini Data Acquisition
System (MiDAS) software currently at the training facility. Additionally, Plug & Play classroom
will be used to the fullest extent.

    f. Scenarios. The materiel developer will provide develop and fund two 72-hour scenarios
to support TES training. The first scenario will be based on TES support to corps-level military
operations in a peacetime environment transitioning to conflict with emphasis on combat
operations. The second scenario will be based on TES support to theater-level operations,
replicating military operations in a peacetime environment transitioning to conflict with emphasis
on non-combat operations.


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   a. Distance Learning.

        (1) Distance learning in the form of web-based tools and CD-ROM will form the central
core technologies for meeting the training requirement associated with the initial and
intermediate embedded training capability. The materiel developer will develop the courseware,
updates to courseware to coincide with system improvements, and the web-based tools needed to
interact with the courseware as it becomes available. The courseware will emulate critical TES
operator functions required to support the Echelons Above Corps Intelligence Center (EACIC) and
provide leaders with the requisite supervisory skills necessary to conduct TES operations.
Courseware will be performance-oriented and used for individual task training associated TES.
Courseware updates will include the training course and curriculum outline, instructor‟s guide,
student guide, and course evaluation forms for each training course.

        (2) Training documents will use approved TRADOC guidelines and format.
Additionally, operators and maintainers will have access to external training/training support
links (e.g., “Link 33”, on the Internet at http:// huachuca-link33.army.mil) for information
sharing on TENCAP systems. Gaining units are encouraged to make use of the USAIC&FH
SIMCENTER‟s customized simulations, which will enhance leader skills by emphasizing the role
the leader plays while applying the six intelligence functions in directing and focusing operations to
support the Military Intelligence Battlefield Operating System.

   b. Institutional Training. Operators, maintainers/integrators, and supervisors/leader
holding MOS 96D, 98C, 98J, 33W, 350D, and/or 352J that are assigned or in route to a TES
equipped unit will receive a realistic hands on situationally based training in the TENCAP
DATA ANALYSIS Course (TDAC) 3A-SI3E/ASI9C/233-ASI-2T/4T.

    c. Individual and Collective Training Strategy. Initial training will be conducted by a
NETT at gaining units. Training will integrate as many hands on situationally based training
events as possible taking advantage of simulations and distance learning products and initiatives.
Collective training will be included in NET instruction and in leave behind sustainment package.
The IEWTPT, when fielded, will be used to provide sustainment and proficiency training for
operators and crews. The IEWTPT will replicate actual mission scenarios, simulating mission
specific tasks such as networking IEW assets, collection and processing, and analysis of
intelligence data (see Annex I). Refer to Annex C Paragraph 1a and 2a.

    d. Facilities. The PM will provide funding for renovations in the form of electrical
upgrades, communications upgrades, and human factors engineering necessary to convert the
existing Intelligence Center‟s TENCAP Classroom, Room 19 in Friedman Hall, to accommodate
the TAC/TMIC. Renovations must be completed prior to 3QFY02.

    e. Resources. Resources for training development, NET, training devices, CBT courseware,
facilities, equipment maintenance, AMTP/ARTEP instructors, simulations and simulations
support, embedded training initiatives, and the Army wide literature program will be allocated
through the ASPO and are explained in detail in Annex E.


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   f. Training Aids, Devices, Simulators and Simulations (TADSS).

      (1) TES Trainer. The existing TENCAP training facility, the TDAC, in RM 19,
Friedman Hall, Ft. Huachuca, AZ will be utilized for TES operator/maintainer training. See
Annex I for details on the TES Trainer.

        (2) The IEWTPT, when fielded, will be used to provide sustainment and proficiency
training for operators and crews. The IEWTPT replicates actual mission scenarios, simulating
mission specific tasks such as networking IEW assets, collection and processing, and analysis of
intelligence data. This embedded training capability will be designed for use in both institutional
training and unit sustainment training. A detailed plan is in Annex I.

        (3) Simulations will be developed by the contractor to enhance training at all levels.
Simulations will incorporate both individual and collective tasks. TES training will use existing
simulation scenarios developed by USAIC & FH Simulation Center and the IEWTPT, once
fielded.

        (4) TES will use embedded training inherent in existing GFE and CFE. Embedded
training will encompass all individual and crew task.

    g. Support Personnel. Support personnel are needed to convert and/or customize command
and staff products, reference databases and message sets produced by the National Simulation
Center, the Intelligence Center, national-level agencies, and those imported from other
SIMCENTERs. The support team will be responsible for coordinating the necessary
communications support/interfaces between the SIMCENTER and subscribers. These
subscribers include students attending the TDAC and TES fielded units. The support team will
also assign message routers, and provide “snapshots” of the battlefield when required at regular
intervals to player participants.

    h. Training Test Support Package (TTSP). USASPO has overall management
responsibility for ensuring test and evaluation is accomplished. USASPO will provide training
for test players, certify the test players are trained and operationally ready for the test, and
evaluate and certify the results of any system test.

    i. Logistical Support Concept. The preferred method of support for TES associated
training devices is contractor logistic support for its life cycle. It is envisioned hardware support,
less government furnished communications equipment, will be provided through a consolidated
hardware support contract funded by ASPO and administered by STRICOM. Communications
equipment support will be provided by U.S. Army personnel and/or ASPO. On-site software
support will be provided by ASPO. The logistic support plan will be updated which details the
support requirement and planning for support.

   j. Significant Training Issues at Risk.




                                                 12
        (1) Training Development. The timely delivery of the contractor‟s logistic support
analysis record data containing the task and skills analysis, gross task list, spare parts list, and
training device support is essential to support training development and training device
acquisition for the TES operator course, taught at the Intelligence Center.

       (2) Student Prerequisites. Students can not attend the Intelligence Center‟s TDAC
without the appropriate security clearance (SCI)

       (3) Equipment Requirements. All TES hardware and software must be delivered and in
place no later than six months prior to course start.

9. Post-Fielding Training Evaluation Analysis (PFTEA). The Intelligence Center Office of
the Registrar will conduct a PFTEA using feedback from fielded units. The PFTEA will
commence 12-18 months after the TES has been fielded and associated institutional training has
been implemented. The PFTEA is required to validate institutional training to ensure training
requirements are met. Upon completion of the evaluation the Intelligence Center will receive
after actions review from the PFTEA personnel and take appropriate action. The training courses
and materials will be updated or revised as necessary. The Intelligence Center will provide
feedback to the Program Manager and gaining commands on their findings and on actions taken
by the Intelligence Center to correct any noted deficiencies.




                                                  13
                                                TES STRAP, Annex A
                                                  Target Audience
Functional and Professional               ATRRS                      Intelligence Center      Signal   Sergeants Major    Combined
         Courses                                                  System         Functional   Center      Academy        Arms Center
                                                                 Orientation       Course
TAC/TMIC                      3A-SI3E/ASI9C/233-ASI-                                 X
                              TBD/4T
33W10 EW/INTERCEPT            102-ASIU2                              X               X*
SYSTEMS REPAIRER
96D10 IMAGERY                 242-9610                               X               X*
ANALYST
98C10 SIGINT ANALYST          232-98C10                              X               X*
98J10 NON-COMMO               233-98J10                              X               X*
INTCP/ANAL
350D IMAGERY TECH             3A-WOTTC-CC                            X               X*
352J EMANATION TECH           3A-WOTTC-CC                            X               X*
352C TRAFF ANALY TECH         3A-WOTTC-CC                            X               X*
WOBC                          3A-WOTTC-CC                            X
WOAC                          3-30-C32                               X
MIOBC                         3-30-C22                               X
MICCC                         3-30-C23                               X
Pre-Command Course            3-30-C20-35D                           X
ACE Chief Course                                                     X
BNCOC                                                                X                                       X
ANCOC                                                                X                                       X
CGSC                                                                                                                         X
                                                                Legend
TAC/TMIC                      TES Analysis Course/TES Maintainer Integrator Course
BNCOC                         Basic Noncommissioned Officer Course
ANCOC                         Advance Noncommissioned Officer Course
MICCC                         Military Intelligence Captains Career Course
ATRRS                         Army Training Requirements & Resourcing System
CGSC                          Command & General Staff College
ACE                           Analysis & Control Element

*NOTE                         MOSs authorized to attend the TAC/TMIC Functional Course




                                                              A1
                                    TES STRAP, ANNEX B
                           CATS Individual Training Strategies (Warrior)

         COURSE: TENCAP DATA ANALYSIS Course (TDAC) 3A-SI3E/ASI9C/233-ASI-2T/4T
                                     2QFY02

1. Target Audience/Affected MOSs.

    a. Operator. Soldiers holding MOS 96D, 98C, 98J, 33W, 350D, or 352J that are assigned
or TDY enroute to a TES equipped unit.

   b. Maintainer/Integrator. Soldiers holding MOS 33W that are assigned or TDY enroute to
a TES equipped unit.

    c. Supervisor/Leader. Soldiers in grade E5 and above in MOS 96D, 98C, 350D, 352J that
are assigned or TDY enroute to a TES equipped unit will receive both operator-level and
supervisor/ leader-level training.

2. Location. Friedman Hall, USAIC&FH, Fort Huachuca, Arizona.

3. Training Concept. The training concept for this functional course is to modify the existing
TDAC by integrating as many hands-on, realistic, situationally based training events as possible
throughout each training module. This will be accomplished using TES analyst workstations
configured for real and virtual data with actual and simulated software applications. The goal of
this functional course is to integrate 85% of the individual operator, maintainer and leader TES
tasks, leaving TES equipped units to train the remaining 15% of tasks required under the TES
MICATS. The course will make maximum use of available scenarios. Upon completion of the
course, operators will be awarded ASI 2T; maintainer/integrators will be awarded ASI 4T.

4. Training Strategy.

    a. Areas of Concentration. TES related areas of study will provide in-depth training on
SIGINT/IMINT exploitation, communications, system control and monitoring, database
management, set-up and tear down. Additionally, maintenance related functions to include signal
flow, troubleshooting techniques, and Preventative Maintenance Checks and Services (PMCS)
will be taught to all TES maintenance personnel.

    b. Course Flow. Soldiers will be given an initial block of instruction on the TES, its
associated communications architecture, data flows, message exchanges and the relationship of
TES to the supporting ACE/EACIC as part of a „system of systems‟ briefing. Followed by a
block of instruction encompassing common software and hardware functionality. Subsequent
blocks, focusing on individual skills by MOS discipline or function (e.g., ELINT, IMINT,
Maintenance, and communications) will be conducted concurrently. Individual training leads up
to a collective training block of instruction, culminating in a scenario based collective training
exercise.


                                                B1
   c. Lesson Plans. TDAC instructors, 304th MI BN with the aid of NSTO personnel will
develop the lesson plans using training materials and references provided by the materiel
developer.

   d. Course Start. TES training will be incorporated within the existing TDAC course in
2QFY01.

       (1) Classes per year: Eight

       (2) Student Load per Fiscal Year (FY). 96
   e. Training Requirement Analysis System (TRAS) Documents

       (1) Individual Training Plan. Revised 1QFY00

       (2) Course Administrative Data. Revised 4QFY00

       (3) Program of Instruction. Revised 1QFY01




                                             B2
                                        TES STRAP, ANNEX C
                          CATS Short-range Unit Training Strategies (Warfighter)

                                                    UNIT/SUSTAINMENT TRAINING
                                                        (TRADOC REG 350-70)

LCSMM PHASE: Engineering & Manufacturing Development through Production &                 SYSTEM: TACTICAL EXPLOITATION SYSTEM
Deployment

1. INDIVIDUAL TRAINING

a. Strategy. (How individual skills will be sustained): Initial training will be conducted by a New Equipment Training Team at gaining units.
Training will integrate as many hands-on situationally based training events as possible, taking advantage of simulations, and distance learning
products and initiatives. The gaining unit will assign individuals to man specific positions within a TES related operational group. Individuals
within each group will be taught appropriate skills and knowledge using TES as an operational tool in providing IMINT and SIGINT intelligence
to the commander. Each individual will receive a training package for the specific job or function being performed within the group to sustain
individual operator proficiency. Embedded courseware, on-line user/system manuals, and help windows will be used to assist in sustaining
individual skills. The Intelligence Center will develop a TES Leader‟s Guide and positional handbooks for TES equipped units and update
existing field manuals, and ARTEPs. Provided funding is available, units can request the Intelligence Center furnish on-site tailored training.
b. Products required to sustain individual skills
PRODUCT                                                                   DATE              RESOURCE             RESPONSIBLE             SEE
                                                                        REQUIRED           DOCUMENTS               AGENCY               ANNEX
NET Products                                                                                                        ASPO                  D
     – TES-F                                                              4QFY99                ORD
     – TES-M                                                              1QFY00                ORD
Scenario & Simulations                                                     TBD                  ORD                 USAIC&FH                D
Objective Embedded Training Capability                                     FY04                 ORD                   ASPO                  D
Computer Based Training Products*                                                               ORD                   ASPO                  D
     – Common Applications Module                                          2QFY02
     – SysAd Module                                                            “
     – SIGINT Analyst Module                                                   “
     – IMINT Analyst Module                                                    “
     – Collection Management Module                                            “
     – Communications Module                                                   “
     – Leader‟s Module                                                         “
*developed as part of an intermediate embedded training capability             “
                                                                               “
Field Manuals                                                           FM revisions                                                        D
      – IEW Operations FM 34-1                                           are tied to a
      – Combat Cdr.‟s Handbook FM 34-8                                    three-year
      – IEW Systems Handbook FM 34-1-1                                  update cycle
      – EAC IEW Operations FM 34-37
      – CM & Synchronization Planning FM 34-2
      – Corps IEW Operations FM 34-25
      – Intelligence Officer‟s Handbook FM 34-8-2
      – Electronic Warfare Operations in a Joint Environment
          FM 34-41
     – Multi-service Procedures for Requesting Reconnaissance
          Info in a Joint Environment FM 34-43




ACE MICATS TC 34-10-20                                                2QFY01              AETIS & TRAS          USAIC&FH                D
Other                                                                 2QFY00              AETIS & TRAS          USAIC&FH                D
     – TES Leader‟s Guide
    – TES Operator/Analyst reference booklets




                                                                      C1
PRODUCT                                      DATE              RESOURCE     RESPONSIBLE   SEE
                                             REQUIRED          DOCUMENTS    AGENCY        ANNEX

c. Individual Operator & Senior Operator Training Events
Training Event                                                  Frequency
a. TES Workstation
        Perform utility functions on the analyst position
        Maintain database characteristics                      Weekly
        Operate a TES analyst position                         Weekly
        Operate TENCAP guard                                   Weekly
        Conduct operator level backup & recovery               Weekly
         procedures
        conduct indications and warnings analysis              Weekly
b. Communications Group                                         Bimonthly
        System Operations                                      Bimonthly
         Pre-Operations                                         Bimonthly
         Post Operations                                        Bimonthly
                                                                Bimonthly
        Communications Operations
                                                                Bimonthly
                  Establish Connectivity
                                                                Bimonthly
                  Line Management
                                                                Bimonthly
                  Message Processing                           Bimonthly
                  Prepare a query report for transmission      Bimonthly
                  Operate the synthesized uhf computer
                   controlled equipment subsystem (success)     Bimonthly
                   radio
                   manually generate reports
                  route data signals                           Bimonthly

c. TES Maintenance
       conduct FD/FI using “spectrum” tool
       PMCS                                                    Monthly
       Provide Unit-Level Maintenance Support

d.    ELINT
        Correlate ELINT messages into the existing EPL
        Database
        Correlate ELINT data into the existing EOB
        maintain node type definition for nodal analysis       Weekly
        correlate ELINT data to identify weapon
        system/ranges                                          Weekly
        create an immediate response file (IRF)                Weekly
                                                                Weekly
        create threat indicator alarms
        prepare signals external data report for
                                                                Weekly
        transmission                                           Weekly
        conduct correlation and integration                    Weekly
        prepare ELINT situation map                            Weekly
        conduct signals analysis
        prepare ELINT situation map                            Weekly
                                                                Weekly
                                                                Weekly
                                                                Weekly




                                                              C2
                                                       2. COLLECTIVE TRAINING
a. Strategy. (Type collective training, exercises, simulations, embedded training, crew drills, by which crew/unit will be trained to
employ the system (Doctrine and tactics included)): Collective/Crew Training will initially be conducted at gaining units by the NETT
using a simulator based scenario driver leading up to a unit sponsored field training exercise. The unit will build or modify staff and
intelligence products for the simulation; plan the intelligence operations; employ the system in accordance with established doctrine and
tactics or unit SOP; integrate new or enhanced TES capabilities to support the ACE/EACIC; provide communications support for the
dissemination of intelligence products between the ACE and TES, deploy and redeployment the TES to include establishing split-based
operations, and provide necessary unit-level maintenance support. To sustain operators, supervisors, and maintainers in their collective
tasks, field-training exercises based on the ACE Military Intelligence Combat Assessment Tables (MICATS) must be conducted at least
quarterly. To reinforce the collective roles of operators, supervisors and maintainers, the Intelligence Center will afford field units the
opportunity to link to the SIMCENTER for customized distributed simulations. Additionally, The USAIC&FH will develop crew drills,
and an Army Mission Training Plans (AMTP) with Army Training and Evaluation Programs (ARTEPs).

b. Certification. The unit‟s TES NCOIC/OIC will be responsible for certifying individual proficiency and collective training in accordance with
standards contained within the ACE MICATS.

                                             c. Products required to sustain crew proficiency
                            PRODUCT                                        DATE               RESOURCE              RESPONSIBLE                SEE
                                                                         REQUIRED            DOCUMENTS                AGENCY                  ANNEX

NET Products                                                               4QFY99                 ORD                     ASPO                 D

Scenario & Simulations                                                     2QFY00           AETIS & TRAS               USAIC&FH                D

Crew Drills (Pre Draft)/(Coord Draft)                                        TBD            AETIS & TRAS               USAIC&FH                D

ACE MICATS TC 34-10-20                                                       TBD            AETIS & TRAS               USAIC&FH                D

AMTP/ARTEP                                                                   TBD            AETIS & TRAS               USAIC&FH                D

                                          d. TES CREW-LEVEL TRAINING EVENTS
Training Event Frequency                                                     Frequency
a. Deploy the Generator Set                                                  Monthly
b. Set-up TES Enclaves                                                       Monthly
c. Set-up Remote TES workstations                                            Monthly
d. Maintain Correlated Databases                                             Monthly
e. Tear down Remote TES workstations                                         Monthly
f. Tear down TES Enclaves                                                    Monthly
g. Perform maintenance                                                       Monthly




                                                                       C3
                                     e. TES COLLECTIVE TRAINING EVENTS

                  Training Event                                   Frequency
a. Plan Tactical Redeployment of TES                               Quarterly

        Plan TES set up in a projected site location

        Plan success of the move
b. Establish Operational TES after a move:                         Quarterly

        Configure TES and become operational

        Establish the essential set of tactical communications

        Establish remainder of capabilities
c. Conduct TES Operations in support of the ACE/EACIC              Quarterly

        Provide C2 of TES operations

        Perform Analysis
                                                                   Quarterly
             SIGINT

                  Exploit Incoming ELINT messages

                  Exploit ELINT data

                  Exploit incoming COMINT data

                  Exploit Cross intelligence data

                  Disseminate Intel Products

             IMINT
                                                                   Quarterly
                  Use Research Tools (ALE, RMS, 5D, etc)

                  Generate Report

                  Exploit Imagery (National and Tactical)

                  Create SID

                  Disseminate SID/Reports

        Maintain Databases
                                                                   Monthly
             System Administration

                  Implement and Maintain Network
                   Connectivity

                  Network configuration

                  Monitor and Report Network Status

                  Network Control and Reconfiguration

                  Sys Ad Training

                  System Security

                  Network Employment



                                                              C4
                    System Employment

                    System Status and Reporting

         Provide Mission/Asset Management

         Provide Support to Targeting                              Monthly

Disseminate intelligence products and reports
d.   Maintenance                                                    Monthly

         Maintain/Troubleshoot Network                             Monthly

         Support Software Accessibility and Continual
          Connectivity

         Troubleshoot Groups

              FCV

              MEV

              ISV

              IPV

              CSV

              MDV

              RET

              MRT

              SAG

              UTT                                                  Quarterly

e.   Prepare TES for Redeployment
Perform tear down procedures



Comments:
UNIQUE REQUIREMENTS
a. TES concept is to operate at the TS/SCI security level, handling “system high” data and to
protect outgoing messages and data via a combination of electronic isolation of data, encryption, trusted software, automatic sanity,
and human reliable review.

b. Unit facilities must be approved to prepare for system fielding and employment. The TES will be approved to operate as a
SCIF under the criteria of DCID 1/21 (replaces DIAM 50-3) and DIAM 50-4 (to include security fence and controlled access
(para. 5.1.), and CSESD-20A.
c. 30 days prior to training start, the unit commander must:
   (1) Provide trainee names to the NETT
   (2) Certify trainees have required security clearance.
   (3) Certify trainees can operate government furnished equipment and select government furnished software (e.g., RMS)
       not unique to TES.
   (4) Certify trainees have been trained in USMTF/JINTACCS Message formats.




                                                               C5
                             TES STRAP, ANNEX D
                        SYSTEM MILESTONE SCHEDULES

This annex contains one TRADOC Form 569-R-E, Sheet A, and two TRADOC Forms,
569-1-R-E, Sheet B, on:


          Individual Training

          Army-wide Training Literature Program

          Facilities

          New Equipment Training Products

          Collective Training (CT), Army Training and Evaluation Program (ARTEP), and
           Military

          Computer-Based Training (CBT) Courseware

          Training Devices

          Simulations and Scenarios




                                         D1
SYSTEM MILESTONE SCHEDULE -SHEET A                        PAGE 1     OF 1         REQUIREMENTS CONTROL SYMBOL
                                                          PAGES                                     ATTG-55
SYSTEM: Tactical Exploitation System     DA CATEGORY         OFFICE SYMBOL                     AS OF DATE
                                                                 ATZS-FDN-N                    16 Aug 99
     POINTS OF CONTACT                  NAME                        OFFICE SYMBOL                       TELEPHONE
 MATERIEL COMMAND             John Cooper                    SMDC-AO-S                         DSN 235-5603
PM, TES, USASPO
 TRADOC PROPONENT
 USAIC&FH      TSM:
                  CD:         CW3 Montgomery                 ATZS-FDO-A                        DSN 821-4614
                        TD:   SFC Jackson                    ATZS-FDC-NN                       DSN 879-1142
          ASSOC SCHOOLS:

Signal Center                 SFC Blinkhorn                  ATZH-TB-TSD                       DSN 780-6121



           ITEM                          DATE                 RESPONSIBLE AGENCY/POC                   TELEPHONE

MNS:        See Note 1        USAIC&FH, ATZS-FD-CD/CW3 Montgomery                              (520)533-4620 (DSN
                                                                                               821)
SMMP:       N/A               MOU referenced in Paragraph 4 (Training
                              Constraints).
ORD:        6 APR 97          USAIC&FH, ATZS-FD-CD/CW3 Montgomery                              (520)533-4620        (DSN
                                                                                               821)
BOIP:       See Note 2        USAIC&FH, ATZS-FD-MI/MS. Bernardo                                (520)538-2664        (DSN
                                                                                               879)
NETP:       19 Sep 99         U.S. Army Space Program Office, CSSD-AO-                         (703)808-4751        (DSN
                              D/Mr. John Cooper                                                235-5603)
STRAP:      18 Feb 99         U.S. Army Space Program Office, CSSD-AO-                         (703)808-4751        (DSN
                              D/Mr. John Cooper                                                235-5603)
                              U.S. Army Space Program Office, CSSD-AO-                         (703)808-4550        (DSN
                              D/Mr. Dave Mullins                                               898 4550)
COMMENTS: (Continue on reverse side if necessary)

1. A draft mission capability document dated April 1995 replaces the MNS.
2. BOIP-FD is currently under review by OCMI and CD at Ft. Huachuca, AZ.
3. The TES falls under the TENCAP acquisition model and does not follow the normal 5000 series acquisition and testing
   process.
4. NET materials will be provided to ASPO one month prior to training date. (reference contract number F33657-96-R-6042 Seq.
Number A007
     TRADOC FORM 569-R-E, Aug 89




                                                              D2
SYSTEM MILESTONE SCHEDULE - SHEET B                         PAGE 1 OF 1 PAGES                     REQUIREMENTS CONTROL SYMBOL
                                                                                                                      ATTG-55
SYSTEM:                               TRADOC SCHOOL:                                                                   AS OF DATE:
Tactical Exploitation System               USAIC&FH                                                                    20 May 1999
COMPLETED BY :                                         OFFICE                                                          TELEPHONE:
  SFC Jackson                                          SYMBOL:                                                         DSN 879-1146
                                                        ATZS-FDC-NN
TRAINING PACKAGE ELEMENT/PRODUCT:
Individual Training – TENCAP Data Analysis Course (TDAC) 3A-SI3E/AS19C/233-ASI-2T/4T
                                                           MILESTONES BY QUARTER
LEGEND:           FY 00                      FY 01                       FY 02                      FY 03                   FY 04
                  1Q     2Q     3Q    4Q     1Q     2Q     3Q    4Q     1Q     2Q     3Q    4Q     1Q     2Q     3Q    4Q   1Q   2Q   3Q   4Q
Revised Initial                       
ITP submitted
Analysis                 
completed
Annotated task           
list completed
Revised CAD                     
Tng program                           
worksheet
completed
Revised POI                           
IKPT                            
Revised Lesson                        
Plans
TES                                                 
implemented
within course




       NOTES: Use one sheet for each Training Element or product and use as many sheets as required for a complete list.
COMMENTS: (Continue on reverse side if necessary)
The TDAC is an existing functional course within the Intelligence Center. The milestone schedule of the Training Package
Element/Product listed above pertains only to integrating TES within the existing TDAC course.


       TRADOC FORM 569-1-R-E, Aug 89




                                                                          D3
SYSTEM MILESTONE SCHEDULE - SHEET B                             PAGE 1 OF 1 PAGES                REQUIREMENTS CONTROL SYMBOL
                                                                                                                 ATTG-55
SYSTEM:                    TRADOC SCHOOL:                                                                          AS OF DATE:
Tactical Exploitation System  USAIC&FH                                                                             20 Dec 1999
COMPLETED BY :                          OFFICE                                                                     TELEPHONE:
SFC Jackson                             SYMBOL:                                                                    DSN 879-1146
                                        ATZS-FDC-NN
TRAINING PACKAGE ELEMENT/PRODUCT: Army-wide Training Literature Program
                                                           MILESTONES BY QUARTER
LEGEND:           FY 99                      FY 00                       FY 01                      FY 02                   FY 03
                  1Q     2Q     3Q    4Q     1Q     2Q     3Q    4Q     1Q     2Q     3Q    4Q     1Q     2Q     3Q    4Q   1Q   2Q   3Q   4Q
Identify
requirements
Draft ATLP
change validate
FM outline
approved
Initial draft
completed
Final draft
completed
CRM approved
Printed and
distributed




       NOTES: Use one sheet for each Training Element or product and use as many sheets as required for a complete list.
COMMENTS: (Continue on reverse side if necessary)

No specific TES Field Manual will be developed. However, the following FMs will be revised as part of their normal publication cycle to
reflect the system description and functionality that TES provides the Intelligence Battlefield Operating System. FMs to be considered for
revision are:

    – IEW Operations FM 34-1
    – Combat Cdr.‟s Handbook FM 34-8
    – IEW Systems Handbook FM 34-1-1
    – EAC IEW Operations FM 34-37
    – CM & Synchronization Planning FM 34-2
    – Corps IEW Operations FM 34-25
    – Intelligence Officer‟s Handbook FM 34-8-2
    – Electronic Warfare Operations in a Joint Environment FM 34-41
    – Multi-service Procedures for Requesting Reconnaissance Info in a Joint Environment FM 34-43


       TRADOC FORM 569-1-R-E, Aug 89




                                                                          D4
SYSTEM MILESTONE SCHEDULE - SHEET B                             PAGE 1 OF 1 PAGES                REQUIREMENTS CONTROL SYMBOL
                                                                                                                ATTG-55
SYSTEM:                    TRADOC SCHOOL:                                                                         AS OF DATE:
Tactical Exploitation System  USAIC&FH                                                                            20 May 1999
COMPLETED BY :                             OFFICE                                                                 TELEPHONE:
SFC Jackson                                SYMBOL:                                                                DSN 879-1142
                                           ATZS-FDC-NN
TRAINING PACKAGE ELEMENT/PRODUCT: Facilities
                                                           MILESTONES BY QUARTER
LEGEND:           FY 99                      FY 00                      FY 01                      FY 02                    FY 03
                  1Q     2Q     3Q    4Q     1Q     2Q    3Q     4Q     1Q       2Q   3Q    4Q     1Q    2Q     3Q     4Q   1Q   2Q   3Q   4Q
FEA revised                     
Construction                          
rqmts –
PM/TRADOC
DEH rqmts                             
identified
Rqmts                                        
validated
Support dev                                  
identified &
coordinated
Rqmts to                                            
MACOM
Refined constn                                            
criteria to
MACOM
Construct                                                        
begin
Construct                                                               
finished
Bldg.                                                     
Accredited
Devices                                                          
installed




       NOTES: Use one sheet for each Training Element or product and use as many sheets as required for a complete list.
COMMENTS: (Continue on reverse side if necessary)
Facility renovations are necessary to support TES training device integration within the existing TDAC course. The PM will fund minor
renovation of rooms 19., Friedman Hall (Bldg. # 63902). These renovations will be in the form of electrical upgrades, communications
upgrades, and human factors engineering.
       TRADOC FORM 569-1-R-E, Aug 89




                                                                            D5
SYSTEM MILESTONE SCHEDULE - SHEET B                             PAGE 1 OF 1 PAGES                REQUIREMENTS CONTROL SYMBOL
                                                                                                                ATTG-55
SYSTEM:                    TRADOC SCHOOL:                                                                         AS OF DATE:
Tactical Exploitation System  USAIC&FH                                                                            20 May 1999
COMPLETED BY :                          OFFICE                                                                    TELEPHONE:
SFC Jackson                             SYMBOL:                                                                   DSN 879-1142
                                        ATZS-FDC-NN
TRAINING PACKAGE ELEMENT/PRODUCT: New Equipment Training Products
                                                           MILESTONES BY QUARTER
LEGEND:           FY 99                      FY 00                      FY 01                      FY 02                    FY 03
                  1Q     2Q     3Q    4Q     1Q     2Q    3Q     4Q     1Q       2Q   3Q    4Q     1Q    2Q     3Q     4Q   1Q   2Q   3Q   4Q
Staff planner     N
course dev by
AMC               A
Tech tng          N
courses for
testing           A
System Gross                    
Task List
IKPT –                                              
NSTO/CD/
NETT
System CTL                      
TES-F NET                                           
products
NSTO V&V of                                  
TES-F NET
products
Test Player                                         
Unit Train-
up/FUE TES-F
TES-M NET                                                        
products
NSTO V&V of                                                             
TES-M NET
products
Test Player                                                                      
Unit Train-
up/FUE TES-
M
IKPT –                                                           
Institution




       NOTES: Use one sheet for each Training Element or product and use as many sheets as required for a complete list.
COMMENTS: (Continue on reverse side if necessary)

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1. For specific training products see TES-Forward (TES-F) Materiel Fielding Plan (Draft) dated 18 February 1999.
2. Individual operators will require technical and functional training. Technical training teaches skills such as setup/tear down
procedures, configuring local area networks, calling up software applications, message generation and dissemination, mission/asset
management, database management, queue management, communications management, and operator maintenance. Functional training
teaches soldiers to use TES to perform their mission and create military intelligence products. It also includes indoctrination on the TES
role to the ACE.
3. Supervisor/Leader training teaches workstation allocation, message release, system interface, communications, file maintenance,
database operations, message and data flows, security controls, alarms, and other supervisory processes and tasks.
4. Maintenance training for the TES teaches MOS 33W and MOS 31S soldiers to perform unit-level and direct support level fault
isolation, removal, replacement, and repair.
5. At least three months prior to fielding, ASPO will provide a New Materiel Information Brief (NMIB) to gaining units. Incorporated
within the NMIB will be DTT.
6. The NETT will provide initial TES training to units being fielded. Prior to the completion of NET, the NETT will provide the unit with a
leave behind TES training support package (TSP). NET will consist of in-depth individual and collective training, focusing on the
operational/functional intelligence mission(s) of the TES. NET will place extensive reliance upon distributed simulations provided by the
Intelligence Center‟s SIMCENTER and culminates in a unit sponsored mini-FTX at the unit‟s garrison site.
      a. The NETT will also use embedded training products/computer based training products in the form of compact disks as part of the
NET curriculum as these products are developed. Embedded training products will be built in tandem with TES software builds. Delivered
embedded training products will focus on the capabilities of the delivered TES software, operator-level software functionality to include
background information, and critical tasks (individual and collective) with heavy emphasis on „key-strokes‟ and data manipulation.
      b. TSPs will include at a minimum: TES technical field manuals, TES Leader‟s Guide, ACE Leader‟s Guide, operator and
maintenance manuals, critical task lists, positional handbooks, crew drill manuals, and ARTEPS. These products will provide the knowledge
required for doctrine and TTP for operators through senior commanders; explain the capabilities TES offers the units receiving it; and how the
TES will improve combat effectiveness. TES equipped units will take advantage of embedded training products, robust simulations, and other
distance learning products and technologies to increase training effectiveness and efficiency.


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SYSTEM:                                TRADOC SCHOOL:                                                               AS OF DATE:
Tactical Exploitation System               USAIC&FH                                                                 20 May 1999
COMPLETED BY :                                          OFFICE                                                      TELEPHONE:
 SFC Evans                                              SYMBOL:                                                     DSN 879-1145
                                                        ATZS-CLC
TRAINING PACKAGE ELEMENT/PRODUCT: Collective Training (CT), Army Training and
Evaluation Program (ARTEP), and Military Combat Assessment Tables (MICATS)
                                                             MILESTONES BY QUARTER
LEGEND:             FY 00                     FY 01                       FY 02                      FY 03                   FY 04
                    1Q    2Q     3Q    4Q     1Q     2Q     3Q    4Q     1Q     2Q     3Q    4Q     1Q     2Q     3Q    4Q   1Q   2Q   3Q   4Q
Operator/ Senior                       
Operator tasks
Collective FEA                         
Draft CT                                      
concept
CT package                                    
Test ARTEP/CT                                        
support pkg.
distributed
Draft TES/ACE                                               
MICATS
distributed
Test ARTEP/CT                                                     
evaluated
Draft TES/ACE                                                     
MICATS
evaluated
Staff coord draft                                                        
TES/ACE
MICATS
Staff coord                                                                     
draft ARTEP
ARTEP distr.                                                                           
TES/ACE                                                                                      
MICATS distr.


        NOTES: Use one sheet for each Training Element or product and use as many sheets as required for a complete list.
COMMENTS: (Continue on reverse side if necessary)

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SYSTEM:                    TRADOC SCHOOL:                                                                           AS OF DATE:
Tactical Exploitation System  USAIC&FH                                                                              20 May 1999
COMPLETED BY :                          OFFICE                                                                      TELEPHONE:
SFC Jackson                             SYMBOL:                                                                     DSN 879-1146
                                        ATZS-FDC-NN
TRAINING PACKAGE ELEMENT/PRODUCT: Computer-Based Training (CBT) Courseware
                                                                 MILESTONES BY QUARTER

LEGEND:            FY 00                      FY 01                       FY 02                      FY 03                   FY 04
                   1Q     2Q     3Q     4Q    1Q     2Q     3Q    4Q     1Q       2Q   3Q    4Q     1Q     2Q     3Q    4Q   1Q   2Q   3Q   4Q
Identify rqmts     
Submit                    
prospectus
Identify                  
resources
ATSC                             
validation
Contract award     N
                   A
Start work                              
Functional                                    
analysis
ICW design
Development                                          
Validation                                                  
Implementation                                              
ICW log support                                                   
Integration                                                              
w/in embedded
training
        NOTES: Use one sheet for each Training Element or product and use as many sheets as required for a complete list.
COMMENTS: (Continue on reverse side if necessary)
1. The intent of CBT in the form of CD-ROM is to fill a sustainment-training void by fulfilling the requirement of an intermediate
embedded training capability. The intermediate embedded training capability will interact with the CBT and embedded distance learning
technologies. Development of CBT products will be incrementally phased to support training modules (e.g., Leader‟s Module, common
applications, module, communications module, etc.) that are distributed to TES equipped units, as they become available. CBT will be
fully incorporated within objective embedded training courseware in FY04.
2. Courseware will emulate critical TES operator functions required to support the ACE and provide leaders with the requisite supervisory
skills necessary to conduct TES operations. Courseware will be performance-oriented and used for individual and crew task training associated
with TES. Courseware updates will include the training course and curriculum outline, instructor‟s guide, student guide, and course
evaluation forms for each training course. Training documents will utilize approved TRADOC guidelines and format. Additionally,
operators and maintainers will have access to external training/training support links (e.g., “Link 33”, on the Internet at http:// huachuca-
link33.army.mil) for information sharing on TENCAP systems. Gaining units are encouraged to make use of the USAIC&FH
SIMCENTER‟s customized simulations, which will enhance leader skills by emphasizing the role that the leader plays while applying the six
intelligence functions in directing and focusing operations to support the Military Intelligence Battlefield Operating System.
3. Number of developed courseware by CBT module is to be determined.
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SYSTEM:                    TRADOC SCHOOL:                                                                          AS OF DATE:
Tactical Exploitation System  USAIC&FH                                                                             1 July 98
COMPLETED BY :                            OFFICE                                                                   TELEPHONE:
SFC Jackson                               SYMBOL:                                                                  DSN 879-1146
                                          ATZS-FDC-NN
TRAINING PACKAGE ELEMENT/PRODUCT: Training Devices
                                                             MILESTONES BY QUARTER

LEGEND:             FY 00                     FY 01                      FY 02                      FY 03                     FY 04
                    1Q    2Q     3Q     4Q    1Q     2Q     3Q    4Q     1Q     2Q     3Q     4Q    1Q     2Q     3Q    4Q     1Q     2Q     3Q    4Q
FEA                 
revised/high risk
hard to train
tasks identified
Device concept      
validated
Need identified           
in ORD
Incorporated in           
STRAP
CTEA                      
Site Survey               
IKPT                                          
Facility                                             
completed &
accredited
Delivery of                                                 
devices
Installation of                                             
devices
Begin HW                                                    
contract maint
support
Begin SW                                                    
contract maint
support
        NOTES: Use one sheet for each Training Element or product and use as many sheets as required for a complete list.
COMMENTS: (Continue on reverse side if necessary)
1. Devices will be both COTS and GOTS. To reduce costs, commercial equivalents will be used where feasible without loss/degradation of training.
2. CTEA is not applicable, since incorporation of TES merely replaces/upgrades select preexisting hardware components and software applications within
the TDAC.
3. The preferred method of providing hardware maintenance support for commercial components is through STRICOM. Existing STRICOM contracts will
be modified accordingly.
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SYSTEM MILESTONE SCHEDULE - SHEET B                                  PAGE 1 OF 1 PAGES                 REQUIREMENTS CONTROL SYMBOL
                                                          ATTG-55
SYSTEM:                      TRADOC SCHOOL:                 AS OF DATE:
Tactical Exploitation System    USAIC&FH                    20 May 1999
COMPLETED BY :                           OFFICE SYMBOL: TELEPHONE:
  SFC Jackson                            ATZS-FDC-NN        DSN 879-1146
TRAINING PACKAGE ELEMENT/PRODUCT: Simulations and Scenarios
                                                               MILESTONES BY QUARTER
LEGEND:              FY 00                      FY 01                        FY 02                       FY 03                      FY 04
                     1Q     2Q     3Q     4Q     1Q     2Q     3Q     4Q     1Q     2Q    3Q      4Q     1Q     2Q     3Q     4Q     1Q    2Q     3Q     4Q
Identify                                                                                                
operational
Tasks/Subtasks
Ident Support                                                                                           
rqmts
Command &                                                                                                      
Staff Products
Battle                                                                                                         
Timelines
Asset                                                                                                          
Placement,
Mgmt,
Collection Plan
Revise Staff                                                                                                   
Products
Create Tech                                                                                                           
Matrices
Script Msg.                                                                                                           
Sets
Edit Scripted                                                                                                                
Msg. To
Original Op
Tasks/subtask
Initial Run                                                                                                                  
Validate                                                                                                                            
Ident                                                                                                                               
Deficiencies
Revise Script                                                                                                                       
&Spt Products
Final                                                                                                                                     
Verification
        NODTES: Use one sheet for each Training Element or product and use as many sheets as required for a complete list.
COMMENTS: (Continue on reverse side if necessary)
Two scenarios are envisioned. The first scenario will concentrate on a specific military theater of war from peacetime to conflict (emphasis on combat).
The second scenario will concentrate on another theater of operation from peacetime to war (Emphasis on Non-combat)
1st Scenario                                                                                             2nd Scenario
Based on Corp operations                                                                                Based on Theater EAC operations
Area: Korea A/O                                                                                         Area: Balkans A/O
Scope: Peacetime to Combat                                                                               Scope: Non-combat to Combat
Length of Scenario: 72 Hrs (Replicating 30 to 90 days                                                     Length of Scenario: 72 Hrs (replicating 120 Days)
Purpose: To exercise the systems critical task lists using learned MOS/Leader skills within a simulated/controlled environment. Covering at a minimum



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MASINT Inputs          Collection Management
IMINT Inputs          Asset Management
SIGINT Inputs         Mission Management
The simulations should be built from data/products gathered from the Warfighter(s)



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                                                        TES STRAP, ANNEX E
                                                            RESOURCES
ARMY EXTENSION TRAINING INFORMATION SYSTEM                                   DEVELOPED BY: SFC Jackson DSN: 879-1142
                                                                               Mr. John Cooper Comm: (703) 808-4751
                                                           FY00                 FY01                 FY02                 FY03                 FY04
                                                          Man Yrs              Man Yrs              Man Yrs              Man Yrs              Man Yrs
          ITEMS TO BE RESOURCED                            $000                 $000                 $000                 $000                 $000
Training Development
Civilian                                                       0.6                   0.7                   0.7               0.7                   0.7
Military
  Officer                                                      1.2                   1.2                  1.2                1.2                   1.2
  Warrant Off
  Enlisted                                                     6.5                   3.5                  3.5                2.3                   2.3
 Civilian Pay                                                 $33K                  $36K                 $36K               $36K                 $36K
Travel/Per Diem                                               $28K                  $10K                 $10K               $10K                 $10K
Contracts/Support
Facilities
Equipment                                                                            $4K                  $8K                $2K
Ammo
Printing                                                     $0.6K                  $0.6K                $0.6K              $0.6K                $0.6K
RATIONALE: Military personnel will be used in different functional areas within the TES training program. The work effort includes:
input/development/updates of requirement documentation appropriate to training; attendance at ILSARs, ILSMTs, IPRs, TSWGs, etc., development of
training materials for both resident and non-resident instruction, and verification of technical manuals. Travel/Per Diem amounts represent costs to attend
required reviews/meetings mentioned above and for three evaluators to evaluate NET in 2QFY00. TDY costs for required reviews and meetings are based
on attending 10 meetings and two conferences annually. TDY costs for a four-man team to evaluate NET during 2QFY00: $17,680 = $1.440 rental car ($210
week x 7 weeks) + $100 fuel + $13,140 per diem for 4 evaluators (41 days @ $85 per day), $3,000 travel (4 evaluators @ $750
                                                           FY00                 FY01                 FY02                 FY03                 FY04
                                                          Man Yrs              Man Yrs              Man Yrs              Man Yrs              Man Yrs
          ITEMS TO BE RESOURCED                            $000                 $000                 $000                 $000                 $000

New Equipment Training
 Civilian
 Military
   Officer
   Warrant Off
   Enlisted
 Civilian Pay
Travel/Per Diem                                               $45K                 $45K                  $68K                 $68K
Contracts/Support                                            $760K                $760K                 $1235K              $1235K
Facilities
Equipment                                                                          TBD
Ammo
Printing                                                       $2K                  $2K                  $1.5K               $1.5K
RATIONALE: The materiel developer is the proponent of NET and as such will provide the funding for and staffing of the New Equipment Training (NET).
 One 8-man NETT will be required beginning FY99, expanding to a 13-person NETT by FY01 for developing NET products and the fielding of TES Cost
breakdown per fielding follows: 1 week pre NET preps = travel $3,300 ($1,100 x 3 personnel) + per diem $1,785 ($85 x 3 personnel x 7 days) + rental car &
gas $200; 6 week NET = travel $11,000 ($1,100 x 10 personnel), per diem $46,410 ($85/day x 13 personnel x 6 week), rental car & gas $3600 ($200 per week x
3 cars x 6 week); 1 week post fielding support = per diem $1,785 ($85 x 3 personnel x 7 days) + rental car & gas $200. Contr act cost represents the salary
costs of 13 contractors ($95,000 x 13). Due to ASPO’s exception to the normal acquisition model, some costs such as equipment are yet to be determined.




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ARMY EXTENSION TRAINING INFORMATION SYSTEM                                   DEVELOPED BY: SFC Jackson DSN: 879-1146
                                                                                   Mr. John Cooper Comm: (703) 808-4751
                                             FY00                   FY01                   FY02                  FY03                   FY04
                                            Man Yrs                Man Yrs                Man Yrs               Man Yrs                Man Yrs
  ITEMS TO BE RESOURCED                      $000                   $000                   $000                  $000                   $000
Training Devices
Civilian                                       0.2                    0.3                   0.5                    0.2                    0.2
Military
   Officer
   Warrant Off
   Enlisted                                    2.5                    3.0                    3.5                    4.0                    4.0
Civilian Pay                                  $9 K                  $14 K                  $23 K                   $9 K                   $9 K
Travel/Per Diem                               $2 K                   $3 K                   $3 K                   $2 K                   $2 K
Contracts/Support                                                                          $110 K                 $110 K                 $110 K
Facilities
Equipment                                                                                   TBD                    TBD                   TBD
  TSA/IEWTPT
Ammo
Printing
RATIONALE: Personnel required to coordinate equipment deliveries, installation, and develop and/or update device documentation on TES devices
as within the TDAC. Civilian cost estimated at $45K per employee starting in FY99. Travel is for one personnel to attend In Progress Reviews, and
Training Device Work Groups.
Equipment costs represent uninstalling of old equipment, hardware costs, software-associated costs, and device installation. Hardware costs are to 12
operator positions, servers, 3 communications sets (sets = high power workstations (HPW), routers, modems, cryptological devices), radios,
antennae’s, 3 maintainer/integrator positions, maintenance tools, test support equipment used in a training role, and PLL necessary to integrate TES
within the existing TDAC. Software costs include COTS software applications licenses associated with the above mentioned equipment, along with 12
additional licenses for operator positions in the plug and play classrooms. Out year costs reflect associated license maintenance fees.
Contract software maintenance support comprises one half man-year annually for the workstations within the TDAC ($110k x 0.5 = $55k).
Routine software support will include at a minimum, system configuration, uploading software, uploading/populating databases, uploading of
maps, conducting regular system backups, responding to and troubleshooting of minor applications/configuration related problems, and system
administration.
It is envisioned that hardware support, less government furnished communications equipment, will migrate to a consolidated hardware support
contract administered by STRICOM. Communications equipment support will be provided by U.S. Army personnel and/or ASPO. Contract
hardware maintenance support for the TDAC comprises one half man-year annually ($110k x 0.5 = $55k).

Note: Building renovations required to house the training devices are contained on C-3 “Facilities”. All dollar amounts increase by 5% in each
consecutive out year.




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ARMY EXTENSION TRAINING INFORMATION SYSTEM                             DEVELOPED BY: SFC Jackson     DSN: 879-1146
                                                                                         Mr. Iorizzo DSN: 879-8837
                                             FY00                  FY01                  FY02                   FY03                    FY04
                                            Man Yrs               Man Yrs               Man Yrs                Man Yrs                 Man Yrs
  ITEMS TO BE RESOURCED                      $000                  $000                  $000                   $000                    $000

Computer Based Training –
Courseware
Civilian
Military
  Officer
  Warrant Off
  Enlisted
Civilian Pay
Travel/Per Diem
Contracts/Support                                                                           TBD                 TBD                      $701
Facilities
Equipment
Ammo
Printing
RATIONALE: CBT will be hands-on, task oriented and will be designed to fulfill the requirement of the intermediate embedded training capability
(See Embedded Training). CBT will focus on applying or performing an operational skill (MOS or leader skill) to a critical system function. Costs are
based on an estimated cost of $11,100 per developed hour of instruction and $1,700 for each “master” CD-ROM.


Cost breakdown and number of developed hours by TES functionality:
MODULE                           DEVELOPED HOURS                        COST
Leader Module                            TBD                             TBD
Common Applications Module               TBD                              TBD
Communications Module                    TBD                             TBD
SysAd Module                             TBD                              TBD
SIGINT Module                            TBD                              TBD
IMINT Module                             TBD                              TBD
Maintenance Module                       TBD                              TBD
Mission/Asset Management Module          TBD                              TBD

Due to ASPO’s exception to the normal acquisition model, some costs are yet to be determined.


Our year costs are for annual updates representing 20% of developed products until courseware becomes a component of the obje1ctive embedded
training capability in FY04.




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ARMY EXTENSION TRAINING INFORMATION SYSTEM                                  DEVELOPED BY: SFC Jackson    DSN: 879-1146
                                                                                               Mr. Hanam DSN: 879-8759
                                                  FY00              FY01                 FY02                 FY03                 FY04
                                                 Man Yrs           Man Yrs              Man Yrs              Man Yrs              Man Yrs
     ITEMS TO BE RESOURCED                        $000              $000                 $000                 $000                 $000

Facilities
Civilian                                           0.2                0.2                  0.3
Military
  Officer
  Warrant Off
  Enlisted                                        0.2                0.2                   0.5
Civilian Pay                                      $9K                $9K                  $14K
Travel/Per Diem
Contracts/Support
Facilities (in FY99 $)                                               TBD                  TBD
Equipment
Ammo
Printing

RATIONALE: The materiel developer will fund a Site Survey of the existing TDAC classroom (Room 19, Friedman Hall – Bldg. 63902 and
determine the extent of renovations necessary to integrate TES training within the existing TDAC. The material developer will fund associated
facility renovations related to integration of the TES. The costs incurred in FY01 represent facility improvements to Friedman Hall. These
improvements include electrical upgrades, human factors engineering and network infrastructure to conform to the Army Data Network
standard of ATM and GIG-E. Additionally, cable plant between Rowe Hall, Friedman Hall and the Classified DTAC may need to be upgraded
to Single Mode Fiber to support the network topology required to support TES training with robust simulation driver, scenarios and vignettes.

Civilian pay based on a $45,000 annual salary.


                                                  FY00              FY01                 FY02                 FY03                 FY04
                                                 Man Yrs           Man Yrs              Man Yrs              Man Yrs              Man Yrs
    ITEMS TO BE RESOURCED                         $000              $000                 $000                 $000                 $000

Equipment Maintenance
Civilian
Military
  Officer
  Warrant Off
  Enlisted                                                        0.3                0.3                  0.3                   0.3
Civilian Pay
Travel/Per Diem
Contracts/Support
Facilities
Equipment
Ammo
Printing
RATIONALE: It is envisioned that hardware support, less government furnished communications equipment will migrate to a consolidated
hardware support contract administered by STRICOM. The accompanying chart refers to communications equipment support provided by U.S.
Army personnel and/or ASPO.
Note: See “Training Devices” for contract software and hardware maintenance support associated with operational equipment used as a training
device .




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ARMY EXTENSION TRAINING INFORMATION SYSTEM                                DEVELOPED BY: Mr. Dow             DSN: 879-1049
                                              FY00                 FY01                 FY02                 FY03                 FY04
                                             Man Yrs              Man Yrs              Man Yrs              Man Yrs              Man Yrs
    ITEMS TO BE RESOURCED                     $000                 $000                 $000                 $000                 $000

AMTP/ARTEP
Civilian                                     1.0                    1.0                 1.0                  0.3                 0.3
Military
  Officer
  Warrant Off
  Enlisted                                   1.5                    1.5                  2                   0.5                  1
Civilian Pay                                $37K                  $37K                 $37K                 $13K                $13K
Travel/Per Diem
Contracts/Support
Facilities
Equipment
Ammo
Printing                                   $0.5K                  $0.5K                 $2K                $0.5K                 $2K
RATIONALE: Soldiers and civilians are required to develop, staffing coordination and update of a TES Mission Training Plan in FY01, TES
crew drills, TES MICATS and incorporation within ACE MICATS, incorporation of TES within applicable ARTEP/CT support package.



                                              FY00                 FY01                 FY02                 FY03                 FY04
                                             Man Yrs              Man Yrs              Man Yrs              Man Yrs              Man Yrs
   ITEMS TO BE RESOURCED                      $000                 $000                 $000                 $000                 $000
Instructors
Civilian
Military
  Officer
  Warrant Officer
  Enlisted                                                           4                    4                     4                    4
Civilian Pay
Travel/Per Diem
Contracts/Support                                                  $110K                $110K                $110K                $110K
Facilities
Equipment
Ammo
Printing                                                            $1K                  $1K                  $1K                  $1K
RATIONALE: The TDAC is a 8-week functional course conducted 12 times per year at the Intelligence Center. Instructors are required to
provide institutional training for the TDAC functional course. Additional requirements for TES system overview briefing within select IET/AIT,
NCOES, warrant officer and officer courses are represented in approximate percentages.

Requirements for TDAC instructors are based on an optimal/maximum class size of 12 operators and 3 maintainers/integrator, projected student
throughput of students annually. Contract instructor support represents one man-year will be funded by the materiel developer.




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ARMY EXTENSION TRAINING INFORMATION SYSTEM                                       DEVELOPED BY: SFC Jackson        DSN: 879-1146
                                                                                 MAJ Singer   DSN: 533-4683
                                                                                 Mr. John Cooper  Comm: (703) 808-4751
                                                   FY00                 FY01                 FY02                 FY03                 FY04
                                                  Man Yrs              Man Yrs              Man Yrs              Man Yrs              Man Yrs
      ITEMS TO BE RESOURCED                        $000                 $000                 $000                 $000                 $000

Simulations and Simulation Support
Civilian
Military
  Officer
  Warrant Off
  Enlisted
Civilian Pay
Travel/Per Diem                                      $35K                  $35K               $35K                  $35K                TBD
Contracts/Support                                  $220K                 $220K               $220K                 $220K                TBD
Facilities
Equipment
Ammo
Printing
RATIONALE: The program manager will build a scenario geared to support TES training. This scenario is intended to support NET, resident
TES instruction, and sustain individual, crew and collective TES skills at gaining units. Additionally, modification of applicable segments of the
TES scenario should be considered for reuse within computer based training courseware to reduce the overall cost of courseware developmental
costs. Two scenarios are envisioned – each requiring four-man years to develop (two man-years annually beginning in FY01). The annual two
man-years are broken down as follows: 0.50 man-year for SIGINT integration, .50 man-year for IMINT/MASINT integration, .50 for command
and staff build, and .50 for ADP technical support. It is recommended that maximum use of garnering data, command and staff products, etc.
from Corps Battle Command Training Program (Warfighter Exercises).
                                               FY00                  FY01                  FY02                 FY03                  FY04
                                              Man Yrs               Man Yrs               Man Yrs              Man Yrs               Man Yrs
   ITEMS TO BE RESOURCED                       $000                  $000                  $000                 $000                  $000
Embedded Training Initiatives
Civilian
Military
  Officer
  Warrant Officer
  Enlisted
Civilian Pay
Travel/Per Diem
Contracts/Support                                   TBD                 TBD                  TBD                     TBD                  TBD
Facilities
Equipment
Ammo
Printing
RATIONALE: The materiel developer will fund embedded training and embedded training initiatives for the life of the system. An initial
embedded training capability will consist of at least help windows, web-based tools and electronic manuals. The intermediate embedded training
capability consisting of at least help screens linked by hypertext, computer-based training for critical tasks and a video teleconferencing
capability. Follow-on enhancements will provide for all-inclusive embedded training package for unit sustainment training

The intermediate embedded training package will include at a minimum the following capabilities and requirements:

    web-based training tool with courseware containing lessons, practical exercises and tests
    context reference using hypertext linked pages in HTML format
    tools for collaboration to include “chat”, voice, a whiteboard and video teleconferencing capability
    tools for sharing/posting to include notes, e-mail and a bulletin board
    platform independent CD-ROM for non-networked based training but built with HTML so the operator can use the CD-ROM in
conjunction with updated training materials through the Internet.




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ARMY EXTENSION TRAINING INFORMATION SYSTEM                                   DEVELOPED BY: SFC Jackson DSN: 879-1146
                                                                                   Mr. John Cooper Comm: (703) 808-4751
                                             FY00                   FY01                   FY02              FY03                  FY04
                                            Man Yrs                Man Yrs                Man Yrs           Man Yrs               Man Yrs
  ITEMS TO BE RESOURCED                      $000                   $000                   $000              $000                  $000
Army Wide Literature
Program
Civilian                                       0.1                    0.1                    0.1               0.1                   0.1
Military
   Officer                                     .25                    .25                    .25               .25                   .25
   Warrant Off                                 .25                    .25                    .25               .25                   .25
   Enlisted                                    .25                    .25                    .25               .25                   .25
Civilian Pay                                  $5 K                   $5 K                   $5 K              $5 K                  $5 K
Travel/Per Diem                               $0 K                   $2 K                   $0 K              $2 K                  $0 K
Contracts/Support
Facilities
Equipment
Ammo
Printing
RATIONALE: Personnel required to develop and/or update doctrinal literature. Civilian cost estimated at $45K per employee starting in FY00.
Travel is for one doctrinal writer to visit a TES equipped unit.
No specific TES Field Manual is envisioned. TES literature will be incorporated within existing doctrine




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                                 TES STRAP, ANNEX F
                                 LIST OF REFERENCES



USASPO document, Army TENCAP into the 21st Century...Bringing Space to Ground
Maneuver, undated.

USASPO briefing, The Tactical Exploitation System, (an approach for the next generation of
TENCAP systems), dated 21 Oct 94.

USASPO TENCAP System Management Model, dated 27 March 1986.

USASPO TENCAP Master Plan, dated May 95.

Operational Requirements Document (ORD) for the Tactical Exploitation System (TES), dated
06 Apr 97.

Memorandum, USAIC&FH, ATZS-CDA, subject: Mission Capability Document for a Tactical
Exploitation System (TES), dated 23 May 94.

Memorandum, USAIC&FH, ATZS-CDI-C, subject: All Source Analysis System (ASAS) to the
Tactical Exploitation System (TES) User Interface Requirements (UIR) Preliminary Draft (PD),
dated 21 Mar 95.

Memorandum, U.S. Army Combined Arms Command and Fort Leavenworth, ATZL-CTT,
subject: Staffing of the Embedded Training (ET) Action Plan, dated 15 Nov 93.

Operational Requirements Document (ORD) for the Intelligence and Electronic Warfare Tactical
Proficiency Trainer (IEWTPT), CARDS number 1510R, approved 17 July 98.

Intelligence Training XXI: Ready Now, 1997 Action Plan.




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                                  TES STRAP, ANNEX G
                                COORDINATION SUMMARY



Agencies                                          Comments    Accepted      Not Accepted

USA Simulation, Training and
Instrumentation Command (STRICOM)                 None
USA Forces Command (FORSCOM)                      None
USA Intelligence and Security Command (INSCOM)    1           0                 1 (As Noted)
USA Space Program Office (USASPO)                 None
I Corps                                           None
III Corps                                         None
V Corps                                           None
XVIII Airborne Corps                              None
501st MI BDE (EAC)                                None
513th MI BDE (EAC)                                None
USATEC                                            None




INSCOM:

1. Para 2. Requested that MASINT be expanded upon in the system description and throughout
   the STRAP.




                         REASON FOR NONACCOMMODATIONS

Response: According to TENCAP Combat Developers, MASINT is still in its infancy and not
enough information is available at this time to expand upon.




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                         TES STRAP ANNEX H
                             ACRONYMS

   Acronym                                  Meaning
AC           Active Component
ACCP         Army Correspondence Course Program
ACE          Analysis Control Element
ACT          Analysis Control Team
AEPDS        Advanced Electronic Processing and Dissemination System
AIT          Advance Individual Training
ASPO         Army Space Program Office
ARTEP        Army Training and Evaluation Program
BARE         Basic Architecture Receive Element
CATS         Combined Arms Training Strategy
CHATS        Counterintelligence Human Intelligence Automated Tool Set
CHS          Common Hardware/Software
CI           Counterintelligence
COE          Common Operating Environment
DII          Defense Intelligence Infrastructure
DMS          Defense Message System
DTT          Doctrine and Tactics Training
EAC          Echelons Above Corps
ELINT        Electronic Intelligence
FM           Field Manual
FTX          Field Training Exercise
FUE          First Unit Equipped
GBS          Global Broadcast System
HCU          High Capacity Unit
HTU          Hand held Terminal Unit
HUMINT       Human Intelligence
IBS          Integrated Broadcast Service
ICW          Interactive Courseware
 IEW         Intelligence and Electronic Warfare
IEWTPT       Intelligence Electronic Warfare Tactical Proficiency Trainer
IKPT         Instructor and Key Personnel Training
IMINT        Imagery Intelligence
JDISS        Joint Deployable Intelligence Support System
JTF          Joint Task Force
JWICS        Joint Worldwide Intelligence Communication System
LSAR         Logistic Support Analysis Record
MANPRINT     Manpower and Personnel Integration




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    Acronym                                   Meaning
MIST          Modular Interoperability Surface Terminal
MICAT         Military Intelligence Combat Assessment Tables
MIES          Modernized Imagery Exploitation System
MSE           Mobile Subscriber Equipment
NET           New Equipment Training
NETT          New Equipment Training Team
NIPERNET      Non-secure Internet Protocol Router Network
NSTO          New Systems Training Office
PFTEA         Post-Fielding Training Evaluation/Analysis
PMO           Project Manager‟s Office
POI           Program of Instruction
RC            Reserve Component
SIGINT        Signals Intelligence
SIMCENTER     United States Army Intelligence Center and Fort Huachuca Simulation
              Center
SM            Soldier‟s Manual
SIPERNET      Secure Internet Protocol Router Network
STRAP         System Training Plan
STRICOM       Simulations, Training, and Instrumentation Command
TATS          Total Army Training System
TD            Training Device
TENCAP        Tactical Exploitation of National Capabilities
TRADOC        United States Army Training and Doctrine Command
TES           Tactical Exploitation System
TES-F         Tactical Exploitation System – Forward
TES-M         Tactical Exploitation System – Main




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                                      TES STRAP, ANNEX I
                                            TADSS

1.   TES Trainer.

     a. TES requires an extensive amount of operator and maintainer/integrator training as a
result of the extensive usage of COTS and GOTS acquired software and hardware throughout the
system. TES training must produce soldiers fully capable of supporting TES equipped units.
Training must replicate fielded TES equipment to the greatest possible extent. The PM will fund
and install a TES Trainer at USAIC&FH. The TES Trainer will consist of both a Plug and Play
capability for software applications and hardware/software configured to replicate a fielded TES.
The trainer will use existing TES software coupled with simulated “virtual” software. This
“virtual” software will be utilized to simulate equipment that would not be feasible to deliver to
the training environment due to cost, such as the Modernized Interoperable Surface Terminal
(MIST) antenna. The Plug and Play classrooms will be utilized as available to train certain GFE
software such as GALE SIGINT Software.

    b. The TAC/TMIC will be designed for efficiency and reduction in instructor load,
institutional training time, and equipment required. The TES Trainer will use all operational
software required to support the training of MOSs 96D, 98J, and 33W. Courseware will support
individual, collective, and crew level tasks as they apply to the trainer and field environments.
The TES trainer will be expected to support simulation exercises utilizing available and installed
courseware.

     c. The TES Trainer will consist of the following:

        (1) 10 Plug & Play workstations compatible with TES software, including associated
     hardware

        (2) 4 high power workstations in TAC/TMIC Classroom (IOC)

        (3) Sterling CSP software

        (4) GFE software/CFE software, operational software or simulated for virtual
     applications

         (5) Network laser printer, color laser printer, scanner, fax printer, CD nest, large format
     printer, and 8mm tape drive

        (6) SUCCESS DAMA radio capability (real or virtual)

        (7) MIDAS downlink capability (virtual)

        (8) IMINT Direct Downlink capability (virtual)



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       (9) IESS and IPL capability, operational or virtual

       (10) FDFI detection troubleshooting software

       (11) All associated networking hardware (routers, ATMs, hubs, media converters,
   servers, patch panels, RAIDS, and UPS)

       (12) JWICS/SIPRNET networking components


2. NET. The PM will provide TADSS as part of the TSP for NET. The NETT will train TES
operators and maintainer/integrators on the use of CBT and embedded training. CBT and
embedded training will be delivered as part of the initial operating capability in the form of help
files and simulated training programs for specific SIGINT, IMINT, and maintainer tasks. The
NET will include instruction on IEWTPT and the integration of its capability into unit training
plans. The DTT for operators, supervisors, commanders, and their staffs is incorporated into the
NET. The NET relies on the use of robust simulations, which support both individual and
collective training. The NET will culminate in an FTX using a system-oriented scenario-driven
simulation.

3. Embedded Training.

     a. USASPO will develop and fund embedded training. Embedded training is defined
as training that is provided by capabilities designed to be built into or added into operational
systems to enhance and maintain that equipment end item. Embedded training will be used for
initial training, to maintain personnel proficiency, and for training replacement personnel. As a
minimum; embedded training must have individual/operator, crew, function (commanders and their
staff), and force level capabilities, as defined in the Combined Arms Command memorandum,
subject: Embedded Training in Tactical Computer Software, dated 17 July 92. Embedded training
will comply with the Embedded Training Concept in DRAFT TRADOC Pam 350-70 and will be
distributed interactive simulation (DIS) compliant/compatible in accordance with IEEE 1278-1993
and NATO Standardization Agreement (STANAG) 1278 standards. System embedded training
will satisfy the Army‟s goal to exploit the technologies that best match near-term training needs.

    b. TES operators and maintainer/integrators will receive instruction on embedded training
during NET. Personnel attending TES training at USAIC&FH will receive instruction on
embedded training. The IKPT, funded by ASPO, will be provide course instructors at
USAIC&FH instruction on the use of embedded training. TES will use embedded training
inherent in existing GFE and CFE. Embedded training will encompass all individual and crew
task.

    c. Embedded training and automation assistance will be used to eliminate major
modifications to standard training courses and to maintain a high standard of readiness for all
personnel assigned to TES equipped units. The software architecture will support the training of
personnel, using any TES Analyst Workstation and operational software on operational

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equipment without impeding mission operations. It will include the following key areas;
mission/asset management, message processing, security review and release, SIGINT analysis
data sets, IMINT work packages, system control and monitoring, fault detection fault isolation
using injected faults, image formation, and secondary imagery dissemination (SIDS) generation.
By utilizing stored data from actual operations, the software will have the ability to operate in a
training mode. All training information produced will either be archived or removed when the
training session is over.

    d. Fielded TES units may use the TES workstations for training when they are not part of an
operational on-line group. Skills and knowledge mastered during formal training are perishable,
but with proper stimulus can be maintained through embedded training. As such, embedded
training products will be built at the operator level providing the operator with the requisite
keystrokes and associated functional background information assigned to the workstation
position.

    e. The TES courseware will emulate operator, maintainer, and leader functions to provide the
requisite skills necessary to conduct operations. Courseware will be performance-oriented and used
for individual and crew task training associated with TES. These programs will provide a
management system for tracking the students‟ progression through lessons, exercises, and
evaluations. The software must be capable of downloading the student records. The initial TES
system will contain an embedded training package consisting of at least help screens linked by
hypertext and computer-based training for critical tasks which may be in compact disc format.
Courseware and updates to this courseware will be funded by ASPO.

4. IEWTPT.

    a. The IEWTPT, when fielded, will be used at unit level to provide sustainment and
proficiency training for operators and crews. The IEWTPT at USAIC&FH will be used to
enhance proficiency for operators during TES training and during the collective training exercise
which is the culmination of the TES training. The IEWTPT will replicate through simulation,
actual mission scenarios, simulating mission specific tasks such as networking IEW assets,
collection and processing, and analysis of intelligence data.

    b. The material developer is responsible for the Target Signature Array (TSA) for the TES.
The TSA is the component that will interface with the other two components of the IEWTPT, the
Technical Control Cell and the Warfighter Simulation (WARSIM) 2000 Intelligence Module
(WIM) that will provide mission specific scenarios. This embedded training capability will be
designed for use in both institutional training and unit sustainment training. The TES must be
configured to go from an operational mode to a training mode without downgrading the combat
functions of the system.




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