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  • Pace of change on something we are supposed to know aboutRome burned While someone fiddled – weak signals.Similar weak signalsFailure to imagine
  • Why decentralizationWhy the squad sizeMuch more than a weapon today…
  • Insights for Training and Leader DevelopmentStrategy Taught EarlierImmersive Experience TrainingLearn vs. TeachLeverage Commercial Technology for Applications
  • LTG. Michael Vane Presentation

    1. 1. International Communications Electronics Symposium<br />Government Panel 2011<br />Connecting the 21st Century Soldier <br />the Decisive Edge <br />LTG Michael A. Vane<br />Deputy Commanding General, Futures and <br />Director, Army Capabilities Integration Center<br />US Army Training and Doctrine Command<br />6 Jan 11<br />as of 05 1445 Jan 11 J. Wiseman x3491 <br />1<br />CES 6 Jan 11<br />
    2. 2. Army Capabilities Integration Center<br />Mission: The Army Capabilities Integration Center leads the development and integration of force capabilities across the DOTMLPF for the Army within a Joint, Interagency, Intergovernmental and Multinational (JIIM) environment to support the Joint Force Commander through ARFORGEN.<br />TRADOC HQ<br />ARCIC<br />Initial Military Training<br />Army Accessions<br />Command<br />Combined Arms Center<br />Basic, AIT, Basic Officer Leadership<br />First hand-shake to first unit of assignment<br />Training, education and leader development<br />LTG Mike Vane<br />ARCIC<br />D/CofS<br />MG Walt Davis<br />15 LNOs in 11 Countries<br />Requirements Integration<br />Concept Developments &<br />Learning<br />Force Design<br />ARCIC Forward<br />(DC)<br />Assessment, Architecture, & Mission Command<br />Future Force Integration<br />International Army Programs<br />Mr. Melton<br />Mr. Twohig<br />Mr. Smith<br />MG Walker<br />Mr. Resnick<br />BG Dyess<br />BG Donahue<br />Centers of Excellence<br />Vision: <br />World class professionals developing innovative, integrated, resource-informed, and outcome-based solutions for the current to future force.<br />* CDID <br /><ul><li>TCM
    3. 3. Battle Lab</li></ul>*(Senior Rater)<br />as of 05 1445 Jan 11 J. Wiseman x3491 <br />2<br />CES 6 Jan 11<br />
    4. 4. as of 05 1445 Jan 11 J. Wiseman x3491 <br />3<br />CES 6 Jan 11<br />
    5. 5. as of 05 1445 Jan 11 J. Wiseman x3491 <br />4<br />CES 6 Jan 11<br /><ul><li>Crime/Corruption
    6. 6. Violent Extremism
    7. 7. National Statism
    8. 8. Transnational Organizations
    9. 9. Shifting Alliances
    10. 10. Resource Competition
    11. 11. Education
    12. 12. WMD
    13. 13. Energy
    14. 14. Migration
    15. 15. Demographics
    16. 16. Climate
    17. 17. S&T
    18. 18. Debt/Economy
    19. 19. Morals/Values</li></ul>Global Trends<br />
    20. 20. What We Need Army Forces To Do<br />Leaders, Soldiers, and units must exhibit operational adaptability<br /><ul><li>Conduct combined arms maneuver; defeat the enemy in close combat and seize and retain the initiative
    21. 21. Conduct wide area security (include population security)
    22. 22. Understand complex situations in width, depth, and context; achieve unity of effort with diverse partners
    23. 23. Connect operations to strategy; ensure progress toward policy goals
    24. 24. Conduct sustained engagement to build partner capacity, prevent conflict, and prepare for contingencies
    25. 25. Overcome anti-access and area denial capabilities; help ensure freedom of action in maritime and aerospace domains
    26. 26. Conduct reconnaissance in close contact with enemy and civilian populations
    27. 27. Employ a combination of defeat and stability mechanisms to accomplish the mission
    28. 28. Conduct and sustain operations from and across extended distances
    29. 29. Protect information and communications systems; enable ability to fight degraded
    30. 30. Operate under conditions of transparency (24-hour news, internet)</li></ul>Metrics<br /><ul><li>Lethal
    31. 31. Agile
    32. 32. Expeditionary
    33. 33. Interoperable
    34. 34. Versatile
    35. 35. Sustainable
    36. 36. Affordable</li></ul>as of 05 1445 Jan 11 J. Wiseman x3491 <br />5<br />CES 6 Jan 11<br />
    37. 37. as of 05 1445 Jan 11 J. Wiseman x3491 <br />6<br />CES 6 Jan 11<br />Soldiers and Small Units…<br /> Our Decisive Edge<br /><ul><li>Lethal
    38. 38. Agile
    39. 39. Expeditionary
    40. 40. Interoperable
    41. 41. Versatile
    42. 42. Sustainable
    43. 43. Affordable
    44. 44. Protected
    45. 45. Connected</li></ul>Much more than a weapon system!<br />
    46. 46. Emerging Soldier Norms<br />Electromagnetic Spectrum<br />Culture and Language Proficiency<br />Complex Problem Solving<br />Site Exploitation<br />Digital and Space Literacy<br />Negotiating Skills<br />as of 05 1445 Jan 11 J. Wiseman x3491 <br />7<br />CES 6 Jan 11<br />
    47. 47. Users view of S&T…<br />Emerging Challenges<br /><ul><li>Education
    48. 48. Network (Mobile)
    49. 49. Information Fusion
    50. 50. Secure Energy Sources
    51. 51. Mobility: Strategic, Operational, Tactical
    52. 52. Enhanced, Scalable Lethality</li></ul>Baseline: “Big Five Warfighter Outcomes.” <br />Training<br />Mission Command<br />Countering IEDs<br />Power & Energy<br />Human Dimension<br />…Focused S&T<br />as of 05 1445 Jan 11 J. Wiseman x3491 <br />8<br />CES 6 Jan 11<br />
    53. 53. International Communications Electronics Symposium<br />Government Panel 2011<br />Connecting the 21st Century Soldier <br />the Decisive Edge <br />LTG Michael A. Vane<br />Deputy Commanding General, Futures and <br />Director, Army Capabilities Integration Center<br />US Army Training and Doctrine Command<br />6 Jan 11<br />as of 05 1445 Jan 11 J. Wiseman x3491 <br />9<br />CES 6 Jan 11<br />
    54. 54. Back-up<br />as of 05 1445 Jan 11 J. Wiseman x3491 <br />10<br />CES 6 Jan 11<br />
    55. 55. ARCIC<br />as of 05 1445 Jan 11 J. Wiseman x3491 <br />11<br />CES 6 Jan 11<br />Driving Science and Technology <br />6.1, 6.2, 6.3<br />Baseline: “Big Five Warfighter Outcomes.” <br /><ul><li>Training
    56. 56. Mission Command
    57. 57. Countering IEDs
    58. 58. Power & Energy
    59. 59. Human Dimension</li></ul>Capability Needs Analysis<br />Overmatch<br /><ul><li>Capabilities
    60. 60. Tech
    61. 61. Risk</li></ul>6.6, 6.7, 6.8<br />Threshold / Objective<br />Requirements<br />Focused Ideas<br />Programs<br />ASAALT<br />RDECOM<br />
    62. 62. Operational Adaptability through Affordable Force Modernization…<br />Establish baselines<br />Innovate – when opportunities meet needs<br />More knowledge earlier <br />Learn, adapt, learn, adapt…<br />Converge experimentation, exercises, and testing<br />Soldiers earlier<br />Establish constraints<br />Cost / Benefit<br />Risk<br />Motivate to Warfighter Outcome<br />Speed matters<br />Buy fewer, more often<br />as of 05 1445 Jan 11 J. Wiseman x3491 <br />12<br />CES 6 Jan 11<br />
    63. 63. as of 05 1445 Jan 11 J. Wiseman x3491 <br />CES 6 Jan 11<br />13<br />Army Learning Strategy <br /><ul><li>Win the competitive learning environment
    64. 64. Learner-centric, technology enabled
    65. 65. Increase quality, relevance, effectiveness
    66. 66. Adaptability as central idea</li></ul>Army Leader Development Strategy<br /><ul><li>Balance Trg, Education, Experience
    67. 67. Adapt Model
    68. 68. Complexity and Time
    69. 69. Decentralization
    70. 70. Frame ill-structured problems</li></ul>Portfolio reviews<br /><ul><li>Precision Fires
    71. 71. Aviation (Rotary, Fixed, UAS)
    72. 72. Engineer
    73. 73. Combat Vehicle Modernization
    74. 74. Air & Missile Defense (AMD)
    75. 75. Tactical Wheeled Vehicles
    76. 76. Radios
    77. 77. The Network
    78. 78. ISR
    79. 79. Training Ammunition
    80. 80. Soldier Systems
    81. 81. Information Technology</li></ul>Non-Materiel<br /><ul><li>Work Force Composition
    82. 82. Installation Management
    83. 83. Army Training Strategy
    84. 84. Sustainment Accounts
    85. 85. Organizational Structure </li></ul>Army Training Concept<br /><ul><li>Operational and Institutional Balance
    86. 86. Unit-centric training
    87. 87. Empower Commanders and NCOs
    88. 88. Replicate the operational environment</li></li></ul><li>Big 5 Warfighter Outcomes That Guide S&T Investment<br /><ul><li>Beyond-line-of-sight
    89. 89. Optimized for mobile operations
    90. 90. Increase access to the individual Soldier </li></ul>Mission Command Network<br /><ul><li>Detect, identify and neutralize CBRNE obstacles and WMD
    91. 91. Provide for safe standoff distance
    92. 92. Maintain momentum while protecting Soldiers and platforms</li></ul>C-IED and Mines<br /><ul><li>Enhanced agility to operate worldwide, reducing weight and volume
    93. 93. Sufficient pulsed power enabling advanced lethality options
    94. 94. Increased continuous power and fuel economy
    95. 95. Provide dismounted Soldiers twice available power at half the tactical wgt </li></ul>Power and Energy<br /><ul><li>Enhance & restore cognitive and physical performance
    96. 96. Soldiers incorporated into highly trained and competent small units
    97. 97. Access on potential vs. high school performance
    98. 98. Mitigate the increase in physiological and psychological stress
    99. 99. Improving mental, moral and physical capacity and performance</li></ul>Human<br />Dimension <br /><ul><li>Live, virtual, constructive and mixed venues
    100. 100. Impart more skills, faster, at lower cost, with greater retention
    101. 101. Non-traditional home station training techniques
    102. 102. Train prior to employment
    103. 103. Enhance and account for individual proficiencies and learning rates</li></ul>Training<br />as of 05 1445 Jan 11 J. Wiseman x3491 <br />14<br />CES 6 Jan 11<br />
    104. 104. Lessons from Industry<br />Multi-disciplinary team upfront<br />Scientists, engineers, pricing, purchasing, operators, testers, legal, etc…and the user (Soldiers).<br />Greater use of high fidelity modeling (virtual prototyping)<br />Performance and cost trades upfront<br />Reduce cost @ 25 % and decrease time 8-14 months<br />Deliver more specifics to those that will build prototypes<br />Potential for Army<br />Know more before we contract<br />Know more about costs -- drive down costs<br />Know more about performance -- drive down risks<br />Change front end of process (pre-MS A to MS B)<br />Produce vehicle sooner ( @ 4.5 years)<br />Knowledge is power…knowledge earlier is more power sooner<br />as of 05 1445 Jan 11 J. Wiseman x3491 <br />15<br />CES 6 Jan 11<br />
    105. 105. Changing How the Army Adapts…<br />Quadrennial Defense Review<br />National Defense Strategy<br />Defense Planning and Programming Guidance<br />Guidance for Employment of the Force<br />CSA’s Vision<br />Strategic Guidance<br />Capstone Concept<br />Two Year Cycle . . . Annual Validation for Required Capabilities<br />Operating <br />Concept<br />G-3/5/7<br />Portfolio Guidance<br />G-8/ASA/ALT<br />Recommendations<br />Warfighting<br />Functional<br /> Concepts (6)<br />Capability <br />Needs <br />Analysis<br />ACC<br />ACC<br />Capability Portfolio Reviews<br />AFCs<br />AFCs<br />Capability Portfolio Reviews<br />AOC<br />AOC<br />Warfighter Challenges<br />Warfighting Function<br />Capability Based Assessments<br />Mission Command<br />Mission Command<br />milWiki<br /><ul><li>Required Capabilities
    106. 106. Validated Gaps
    107. 107. Doctrine, Organization Training, Materiel, Leadership and Education, Personnel, Facilities (DOTMLPF)
    108. 108. Resource Informed, Integrated focused, Outcome based requirements</li></ul>Total Army<br />Analysis<br /> TAA<br />Program Budget Review (PBR) & <br />Program Objective Memorandum (POM)<br />PBR & POM<br />Capability <br />Needs <br />Analysis<br />Force Structure & Budget Decisions<br />Force Structure & Budget Decisions<br />Current <br />Readiness<br />& Future Capability<br />Capabilities to <br />Joint Force Commanders<br />ARFORGEN<br />Army Force <br />Generation<br />as of 05 1445 Jan 11 J. Wiseman x3491 <br />16<br />CES 6 Jan 11<br />
    109. 109. as of 05 1445 Jan 11 J. Wiseman x3491 <br />17<br />CES 6 Jan 11<br />Connecting Soldiers to Digital Applications<br />List View<br />Spot <br />Report<br />Map <br />View<br />Augmented Reality<br />(AR) View<br />Soldier Eyes<br /> Challenges: <br /><ul><li>Data At Rest Security
    110. 110. Data In Transit Security</li></li></ul><li>ARCIC Products and Services<br /><ul><li>Army Concepts: capstone, operating, & functional
    111. 111. Wargamed insights andExperimentation findings & recommendations
    112. 112. Warfighter Outcomes and Army Science & Technology priorities
    113. 113. Capability gaps in the current and future force
    114. 114. Designs of future organizations, recommendations of modifications to current organizations
    115. 115. Integrated Army Modernization strategy ISO ARFORGEN
    116. 116. Specific materiel capabilitiesneeded in the future force
    117. 117. Annual guidance to TRADOC & non/TRADOC centers & schools on major themes, projects, and deliverables
    118. 118. Successful rapid fielded capabilities, transitioned to Army at large
    119. 119. Annual recommendation to DA on capabilities to support TAA and POM
    120. 120. Operational architecturessupporting capability developments
    121. 121. International Programs linked to ASCC Priorities</li></ul>4 of 5<br />as of 05 1445 Jan 11 J. Wiseman x3491 <br />18<br />CES 6 Jan 11<br />

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