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Overview of Navy Electromagnetic Spectrum Training to address: 1-Where’s E3/Spectrum Training Going, 2-What’s been accomplished in support of E3/Spectrum Training and 3-What we’re doing now.

Overview of Navy Electromagnetic Spectrum Training to address: 1-Where’s E3/Spectrum Training Going, 2-What’s been accomplished in support of E3/Spectrum Training and 3-What we’re doing now.

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  • 1. Electromagnetic Spectrum (EMS) TrainingEMS – Management: Planning, coordinating, and managing the use of the electromagneticspectrum through operational planning, engineering, and execution.EMS – Maintenance: Planning, coordinating, and managing the impact of theElectromagnetic Environment (EME) upon the operational capability of military forces,equipment, systems, and platforms. 08 November 2012 1
  • 2. Slides• Frank Capaci - Bio• Navy E3/Spectrum Training In Review• Support to OPNAV N2N6 Roles and Responsibilities• Department of Navy Posture• Electromagnetic Spectrum (EMSU) Roadmap Recent Publicity – Industry Day• US Navy’s Information Dominance Roadmap for Electromagnetic Spectrum (EMSU) Roadmap• Navy Training System Plan (NTSP) – Summary• Navy Tactical Tasks (NTAs) - Mission-Focused, Capability-Based & Human Performance Driven• Developing Training to Support E3 & Spectrum Supportability Acquisition Business Processes• Preparing to Assess Fleet E3/Spectrum Readiness• EMSU Roadmap Outreach & Training, Objective 4.3• EMSU Roadmap Outreach & Training, Objective 4.5• EMSU Roadmap Outreach & Training, Objective 4.2• Lesson Live on Navy eLearning (NeL)• Lesson Usage• Student Survey Questions• FY12 Survey Breakdown• Training Development Team• Customers Supported 2
  • 3. Frank Capaci - Bio Frank is responsible for providing project management and technical training support services to SPAWAR Systems Center, Atlantic (SSC-A), a role he has held since 1995. His efforts directly support the Electromagnetic Environmental Effects (E3) and Spectrum Management (SM) Navy Training System Plan (NTSP) and the development of related training programs. Frank possesses a Masters of Education Degree in Interdisciplinary Studies in Curriculum and Instruction from National- Louis University, a Bachelor’s Degree in History form Chaminade University of Honolulu and an Associate of Science Degree in Electronics Technology from Gavilan College. Frank entered the civilian workforce as a DoD contractor following a distinguished career in the United States Navy. He has over 39 years of experience with 17 years dedicated to SPAWAR Systems Center, Atlantic.Frank Capaci Awarded – CNO Letter of Commendation in 2010 for outstanding• SPAWAR Atlantic CTR (GDIT) performance and professionalism in contributions towards fleet• Voice: (757) 389-4783 E3/Spectrum training and readiness.• Voice: (757) 435-7129• Email: Frank.Capaci@gdit.com Conferences/Seminar/Working Groups/Meetings Supported – U.S.• Email: FrankCapaci@gmail.com Navy Spectrum Management Conferences, Department of Defense (DoD) Program Review, DoD Spectrum Conference Working Group, DoD E3 Integrated Product Team, TRISYSCOM, Joint Spectrum Center Training Working Group, Marine Machinery Association Workshop, Transient Electromagnetic Radiation Panel Working Group, Navy Cyber Forces Spectrum Working Group. 3
  • 4. Navy E3/Spectrum Training In Review• Where’s E3/Spectrum Training going? – Deliver a high-performing, competency based, and mission-focused force to meet the full spectrum of joint operations. – Provide a career continuum of training, education, and experiential learning and development. – Deliver agile, innovative, and flexible training solutions to meet the demands of the Maritime Strategy. – Implement E3/Spectrum Awareness Training into the Defense Acquisition Workforce Improvement Act (DWIA) Certification process.• What’s been accomplished in support of E3/Spectrum Training? – Created Spectrum Management (SM) / Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) Collaborative Learning Sites on NKO. – Developed SM/EMI/E3 Navy Tactical Tasks (NTAs) and incorporated them within the Universal Navy Task List Library. – Updated E3/SM NTSP to align Manpower, Personnel, Training and Education (MPT&E) to Mission Requirements. – Developed Electromagnetic Spectrum Usage (EMSU) Road Map. – Established Electromagnetic Spectrum (EMS) Training on NKO under the Department of Navy (DON) Training Link. – Conducted Spectrum Human Performance Requirements Review (HPRR) to address Fleet training improvements. – Conducted E3/Spectrum Job, Duty, Task, Analysis (JDTA) Workshop. – Entered JDTA data into the Automated Information Management System/Content Planning Module (AIMS/CPM).• What we’re doing? – Developing EMSU RM O+T Plan Revision 2.0. (Target Release Date – Dec 2012). – Conducting Weekly CNO Drumbeat Meetings to execute EMSU RM Action Items. – Working with CNO/NETC to Develop 2 New Spectrum Management Courses (Journeymen & Master Level Courses) – Managing Spectrum Management and Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) Collaboration Sites on NKO. 4 4
  • 5. Support to OPNAV N2N6 Roles and Responsibilities• Spectrum Supportability Policy – DCNO N2N6 is OPNAV lead per OPNAVINST 2400.20F – Per DODD 5100.35 DCNO N2N6 the Military Communications-Electronics Board (MCEB) Navy Principal• Sponsor E3/Spectrum Programs for the Navy in conjunction with SYSCOMs – SEMCIP – EMI Problem Prevention & Resolution – Fleet Engineering Tools – AESOP & E3/Spectrum Training – Nuclear EMP Survivability Program• Sponsor Operational Spectrum Management (OSM) via NAVCYBERFOR and NMSC – Procure, coordinate, register, assign, and protect radio frequencies for RDT&E and operational use – Ensure review, coordination, and approval of all DD1494s – Resource the annual NTIA spectrum fees Supports all Navy Acquisitions and Operations 5 5
  • 6. Department of Navy Posture While we currently dominate the undersea domain, cyberspace and the electromagnetic spectrum present a different set of challenges and a lower barrier to entry for our potential adversaries. Our FY2013 budget submission furthers our goal to operate effectively in cyberspace and fully exploit the electromagnetic spectrum. Key investments support development of a common operational picture of cyberspace and the electromagnetic spectrum. These investments also support robust defense of our networks and improve our Statement of Admiral Jonathan Greenert ability to use non-kinetic effects to defend our Chief of Naval Operations before the ships from attack, conduct offensive Congress on FY2013 Department of Navy Posture on 16 March 2012 operations, and conduct superior command and control. 6 6
  • 7. Electromagnetic Spectrum Usage Roadmap Recent Publicity – Industry Day STRENGTHENING THE INFORMATION INFRASTRUCTURE, presented by RDML Jerry Burroughs, PEO C4I.RDML Burroughs – General comments made:• Must manage and ensure EW Spectrum Operations ‐‐ C2 of Spectrum.• Navy must change and address spectrum usage.• He called out the 4 pillars that comprise the EM Spectrum Usage Roadmap – Assured Spectrum Access, Real Time Spectrum Operations, Strategic Acquisition Engineering and Outreach and Training.• When the Admiral was talking about the EM Spectrum Usage Roadmap, he left his script, looked at the audience and told them that the EM Spectrum Usage Roadmap is a very comprehensive document and addresses A2AD – denied EME. ‒ He recommended that the audience obtain a copy and read it. 7 7
  • 8. US Navy’s Information Dominance Roadmap for Electromagnetic Spectrum Usage Support the Information Dominance Vision by delivering assured access to the electromagnetic spectrum when and wherever required to operate spectrum dependent systems in the maritime environment.• GOAL 1 – Assured Spectrum Access (ASA) – Support the National Broadband Plan – Influence spectrally flexible integrated antennas• GOAL 2 – Real-time Spectrum Operations (RTSO) – Dynamic Sense & Report – Dynamic Re-tasking of capability• Goal 3 – Strategic E3 and Spectrum Acquisition Engineering (SAE) – Spectrum embedded in Architecture & Enterprise• Goal 4 – E3/Spectrum Outreach and Training (O&T) – Align Training to Navy Tactical Tasks (NTA) Performance Goals Dynamically Locate Spectrum, Organize Systems and Implement Policies to Ensure No Interference via Optimized Systems/NetworksAccess our EM Spectrum Usage Roadmap at: https://www.intelink.gov/wiki/EM_Spectrum_Usage_Roadmap 8 8
  • 9. Navy Training System Plan (NTSP) – Summary• The Electromagnetic Environmental Effects (E3) / Spectrum Management (SM) NTSP – Identifies requirements to support the Navy’s E3/Spectrum Supportability (SS) Program and provides training information related to ships, submarines, aircraft, and shore stations.• The primary goal of the Navy’s E3/SS Program is: – Enhance force performance by correcting, preventing, and controlling degradation to the war fighting capability caused by the interaction of the Electromagnetic Environment (EME) with Navy equipment, systems, platforms and personnel; – Control Electromagnetic Interference (EMI) and perform SM to enable spectrum-dependent systems to perform their functions in the intended EME without causing or suffering unacceptable interference.• Training Supports Navy Tactical Tasks (NTAs): – Training concept is based on duties and responsibilities to accomplish fleet (NTA 5.5.6 Perform Spectrum Management and NTA 5.5.6.1 Control Electromagnetic Interference (EMI)) E3/SM and acquisition (NTA 5.5.6.2 Assess Electromagnetic Environmental Effects) mission requirements. – Training concept supports Mission, System and Human Performance Requirements.• Support the Electromagnetic Spectrum Usage (EMSU) Road Map (RM) – Training exemplifies the Outreach & Training Goal within the “U.S Navy’s Information Dominance Roadmap for Electromagnetic Spectrum Usage (EMSU),” published April 2011.• It is a non-equipment NTSP – Not associated with any equipment acquisitions, installations, or schedules 9
  • 10. Navy Tactical Tasks (NTAs) - Mission-Focused, Capability- Based & Human Performance Driven E3/SS PolicyMission NTA 5.5.6 – Perform Spectrum Management DODD 1322.18 DODD 3222.2 FRP To plan, coordinate, manage and control use of the DODI 4650.01 Joint Training electromagnetic spectrum through operational planning,Operation Acquisition CJSCI 3170.01 engineering, and execution. The objective of spectrum CJSCI 3500.01 management is to enable spectrum dependent systems to CJSCI 3500.02 perform their functions in the intended environment without UNTL causing or suffering unacceptable interference or degradation. Military Training 13 Original Measures / Added 26 NEWTasks Tasks NTA 5.5.6.1 – Control Electromagnetic Interference (EMI) To control Electromagnetic Interference (EMI) by performing Problem Identification, Characterization, and Resolution. This includes supporting and sustaining EMC, Electromagnetic Pulse (EMP), Radiation Hazards (RADHAZ) Surveys, and implementing required corrective actions. METL With 8 NEW MEASURES NTA 5.5.6.2 – Assess Electromagnetic Environmental Effects (E3) To assess Electromagnetic Environmental Effects (E3) in order to ensure reliable, safe and mission capable operations. This applies to electrical and Communications-Electronics (C-E) equipment, systems, subsystems, devices, ordnance, and fuels within their intended operational electromagnetic environment (EME), including effects on personnel. With 17 NEW MEASURES 10 10
  • 11. Measuring Fleet E3/Spectrum ReadinessNTA 5.5.6 Perform SM NTA 5.5.6.1 Control EMI NTA 5.5.6.2 Assess E3 • To participate in DRRS-N, an organization needs an approved MET List (METL) – The METL is the new language for expressing mission requirements and capabilities – It is also the reference point to align efforts for continuous improvements to mission performance and mission readiness PESTO-F • N - Not Ready and Not Trained • Q - Ready to Go - Trained (not verified) and • Y - Ready to Go and Training (Verified) • DRRS-N Task Performance Considerations: – Personnel, – Equipment, – Supply, – Training, – Ordnance, and – Facilities 11
  • 12. Developing Training to Support E3 & Spectrum SupportabilityAcquisition Business Processes 12
  • 13. EMSU Roadmap Outreach & Training, Objective 4.3: Deliver agile, innovative, and flexible training solutions to meet the demands of the Maritime Strategy• Action Item 4.3.2: Develop operational level training curriculum to support Navy EMSU Roadmap operational billets, ashore and afloat. https://www.intelink.gov/wiki/EM_Spectrum_Usage_Roadmap • Task 4.3.2.1: Develop E3/Spectrum curriculum to support pipeline training [Installation Spectrum Manager/Afloat Access Fleet E3 & SM Training Spectrum Manager (ISM/ASM), ET-1419, Task Unit https://wwwa.nko.navy.mil/ EMO, Task Unit Communications and Radar Officers, and Strike Information Warfare Commander (IWC)] for  From the “Learning” box near the top of the inclusion and life cycle maintenance into the Navy screen, select: Navy e-Learning >On-line Training System Plan (NTSP). Courses  From the “Content” box on the left side of the screen, select: Browse Categories  From the “Browse Content Categories” box in the center of the screen, select: “Department of the Navy (DON) Training”  Select Electromagnetic Spectrum (EMS) Training  Select the desired category:  Fleet Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) / Electromagnetic Interference (EMI) Training  Fleet Spectrum Management (SM) Training 13
  • 14. EMSU Roadmap Outreach & Training, Objective 4.5: Implement E3/Spectrum Awareness training into the Defense Acquisition Workforce Improvement Act (DAWIA) certification process• Action Item 4.5.1: Develop/provide E3 and Spectrum Awareness training tailored for EMSU Roadmap the acquisition community. https://www.intelink.gov/wiki/EM_Spectrum_Usage_Roadmap • Task 4.5.1.1: Identify and Develop E3/Spectrum curriculum for all Civilians and Navy Contractors that support NAVSEA Work Process Procedures. Access E3/Spectrum Supportability Training https://wwwa.nko.navy.mil/  From the “Learning” box near the top of the screen, select: Navy e-Learning >On-line Courses  From the “Content” box on the left side of the screen, select: Browse Categories  From the “Browse Content Categories” box in the center of the screen, select: “Department of the Navy (DON) Training”  Select Electromagnetic Spectrum (EMS) Training  Select Electromagnetic Environmental Effects (E3) & Spectrum Supportability (SS) Training 14
  • 15. EMSU Roadmap Outreach & Training, Objective 4.2: Provide a career continuum of training, education, and experiential learning and development• Action Item 4.2.3: Leverage existing tools to increase Fleet E3/Spectrum Awareness. EMSU Roadmap • Task 4.2.3.1: Provide Engineering Community support to https://www.intelink.gov/wiki/EM_Spectrum_Usage_Roadmap Navy Knowledge Online COP sites to increase Fleet E3/Spectrum awareness. https://wwwa.nko.navy.mil/ Access SM CoP  SELECT "LEARNING CENTERS” under "ORGANIZATIONS AND COMMUNITIES"  SELECT "INFORMATION DOMINANCE"  SELECT "IT" (THERE MAY BE TWO "IT" OCCURRENCES, IF SO SELECT THE SECOND ONE)  SELECT "SM COP" FROM THE INFORMATION DOMINANCE MENU Access EMC CoP  SELECT "LEARNING CENTERS" under "ORGANIZATIONS AND COMMUNITIES"  SELECT "SURFACE COMBAT SYSTEMS"  SELECT "ET RATE" SM CoP EMC CoP  SELECT "EMC COP" FROM THE SURFACE 15 COMBAT SYSTEMS MENU
  • 16. Lessons Live on Navy eLearning (NeL)• Spectrum Management Lessons  Afloat Electromagnetic Spectrum Operations Program (AESOP), SPAWAR-AESOPO-1.0  Communication & Radar Plans Overview For Shore & Surface, SPAWAR-CRPOSS-1.0  Communication & Radar Plan Maintenance Using AESOP, SPAWAR-CRPMUAESOP-1.0  DD Form 1494 Overview, SPAWAR-DD1494O.1.0  Equipment Frequency Allocation Overview, SPAWAR-EFAO-1.0  Electromagnetic Spectrum Battlespace Overview, SPAWAR-EMBO-1.0  IO Cell Overview, SPAWAR-IOCO-1.0  JTF Spectrum Management Overview, SPAWAR-JTFSMO-1.0  Restricted Frequency List Overview, SPAWAR-RFLO-1.0  Standard Frequency Action Format (SFAF) Overview, SPAWAR-SFAFO-1• Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) / Electromagnetic Interference (EMI) Lessons – Electromagnetic Interference (EMI) Overview, SPAWAR-EMIO-1.0 – Electromagnetic Pulse Overview (EMP), SPWAR-EMPO-1.0 – Electromagnetic Radiation (EMR) Overview, SPAWAR-EMR0-1.0 – Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) Overview, SPAWAR ESDO-1.0• Electromagnetic Environmental Effects (E3) / Spectrum Supportability (SS) Lessons  Advanced Grounding Theory, SPAWAR-AGT-1.0  Basic Electromagnetic Waves Overview, SPAWAR-BEWO-1.0 Lesson Development Ongoing  E3/SS for Acquisition Professionals, SPAWAR-E3SSAP-1.0 16
  • 17. Lesson Usage• NOV 2010 - First lesson went live in NeL• Today - 20 lessons live Total Student Lesson Completions as of 30 SEP 2011 1200 1000 800 600 Complete In Progress 400 200 0 Navy USNR Gov/Civ 17 17
  • 18. Student Survey Questions1. All necessary equipment was available and functioning correctly (PC, keyboard, mouse, connection to server or CD)2. Appropriate time was allowed for training3. Appropriate environment was allowed for training (minimal distractions, limited noise, good lighting, etc.4. All screens with text and/or graphics were easy to read.5. Navigation used throughout the lesson was easy to use.6. All buttons, icons, and/or symbols were easy to understand.7. The objectives of the training were clearly stated.8. The information and concepts presented in this training were easy to understand.9. Test questions and responses were clearly stated.10. The information presented in this lesson has improved my understanding of the subject.11. Based on this training experience, I am interested in taking additional training.12. I would recommend this training to other learners. 18 18
  • 19. FY12 Survey Breakdown 64 complete & 1 incomplete surveys received All survey responders achieved a passing score on the lesson 40 30 20 Q10 Q11 10 Q12 0 Strongly Agree Agree Disagree StronglyLegend: Disagree Q10: The information presented in this lesson has improved my understanding of the subject. Q11: Based on this training experience, I am interested in taking additional training. Q12: I would recommend this training to other learners. 19
  • 20. Training Team Patricia Collins, Ph.D., Diane Hurteau, MA, Computing, Technology & Education Teaching, Educational Technologies Melissa Hall, BS, Brian Blackwelder, U.S. Navy Ret.Computer Science and Mathematics AS, Computer Programming 20
  • 21. Customers Supported Anteon’s Golden Apple Award For exceptional performance in WBT design & development for Anteon UniversityUnited Space Commercial Alliance Clients 21
  • 22. Questions FRANK CAPACI U.S. Navy Ret. (SS) Com: (757) 435-7129 FrankCapaci@gmail.comStatement D: Distribution authorized to the Department of Defense and U.S. DoD contractors only (Operation or Administrative) (14 March 2012).Other requests shall be referred to SPAWARSYSCEN Atlantic.