Kevin Washburn – PEO C4I, SPAWAR Systems Center – Pacific

Report
Program Executive Office
Command, Control, Communications,
Computers and Intelligence (PEO C4I)
Deployable Joint Command &
Control (DJC2)
2 May 2013
Kevin Washburn
PEO C4!, PMW 790
DJC2 APM
[email protected]
858.537.0397
Distribution authorized to Department of Defense (DOD) and U. S. DOD contractors only. Other
Statement D:
requests must be referred to PEO C4I or the SPAWAR Office of Congressional and Public Affairs (SPAWAR 00P).
Information Dominance
Anytime, Anywhere…
PEOC4I.NAVY.MIL
Why DJC2?
Need for JTFs was increasing … Standing up a JTF took too long …
HISTORICAL JTF STANDUPS
9/11
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Just Cause
Provide Comfort
Somalia
Haiti
Kosovo
JTF 7/OIF
JTF 510/SOCPAC
JTF 160/170
JTF GTMO
JTF 180/OEF
JTF Horn of Africa
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Nominal JTF Capability
Desired JTF
Performance
WARN ORD
Legacy JTF
Performance
ALERT ORD
EX ORD EXECUTE
BACKFILL
Time
No standardized, deployable Joint C2 capability existed …
Ad hoc, piece-mealed capabilities cobbled together at the last minute during a crisis not a good solution
Need for DJC2 capability still valid …
“The QDR vision is for the joint force of the future to have more robust and coherent joint command and
control capabilities. Rapidly deployable, joint task force headquarters will be available to the combatant
commanders in greater numbers to meet the range of potential contingencies.”
-- QDR 2005, Joint Command & Control Capability Area Execution Roadmap
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What is DJC2?
Integrated C4I system which enables Joint Task Force Ops for HA/DR, Drug Interdiction,
Homeland Security Defense, and Overseas Contingency Ops
DJC2 Mission
Field an integrated C2 HQ system to enable a commander to set up a self-contained, self-powered,
network-enabled JTF HQ anywhere in the world within 6 - 24 hours of arrival
• 5 networks, 130
clients
• Secure Wireless
Networking with
extension of services
• IP Convergence Suite
(EoIP)
RAPID RESPONSE KIT (RRK)
2 / 15 operators (reachback)
Carry-on/Checked baggage
EARLY ENTRY (EE) and CORE
20 / 40 operators (EE), setup / operational < 6 hr
60 operators (Core), setup / operational < 24 hr
• C-JWICS / DODIIS
• GCCS-J
• Robust 8 Mb comms
(GBS, TACSAT)
• Defense Connect
Online (DCO) / VTC /
Collaboration Tools
• Onsite support
manning
• 24/7 Help Desk,
Support Portal,
training, tech
manuals, spares
Design is fully self-supporting, with its own
power, environmental control, and SATCOM —
augmented with autonomous rapid response
and en route capabilities
EN ROUTE (ER)
6 / 12 operators on pallet
Provides C2 while airborne
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DJC2 Scalability
DJC2 = Fully scalable Joint C2
124/244
20/60
Core
20
Early Entry (EE)
10
Early Entry (EE)-Lite,*
EE-Lite Plus**
<15
Commander’s
Kit
EARLY ENTRY (EE) and CORE
3 Networks/Local
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 2 Networks/Rchbk
o BGAN
Wt : 90 lb
Cubic ft: 3.59
NOTE: Each
expansion kit adds
60 seats to Core
Rapid Response
Kit (RRK)
<4
# Users
Core Expansion
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 5 Networks/Local
 5 Networks/Local
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Clients x 130
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Clients x 250+
AN/USC-60A & -68
GBS
AN/PRC-117F
Iridium
VoIP/VoSIP
Voice (analog)
DRSN
VTC
FAX
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AN/USC-60A & -68
GBS
AN/PRC-117F
Iridium
VoIP/VoSIP
Voice (analog)
DRSN
VTC
FAX
Shelter/HVAC
Power gen & distro
Tables/Chairs
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Shelter/HVAC
Power gen & distro
Tables/Chairs
+8 Support
Positions
 +8 Support Positions
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20 / 40 operators (EE), setup / operational
<
6
hr
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 Client x 40
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60 operators (Core), setup / operational < 24 hr
 *2 Networks/Rchbk o AN/USC-60A & -68 o
 **2 Networks/Local o GBS
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o AN/PRC-117F
 Client x 15
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o Iridium
2 Networks/Rchbk
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o CCT-120
o VoIP/VoSIP
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Client x 5
o VoIP/VoSIP
o Voice (analog)
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o Voice (analog)
CCT-120
o DRSN
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VTC
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VoIP/VoSIP
o VTC
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Voice (analog)
• Shelter/HVAC
o FAX
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VTC
• Power gen & distro • Shelter/HVAC
• Tables/Chairs
• Power gen & distro 
Wt: 465.40 lb
Cubic ft: 32.47
Specialized Configurations:
 En Route (POR) for C2 aboard C-17 and C-130
 Prototype Maritime Variant for temporary C2
HQ install in ISO containers aboard ships of
opportunity
 Deployable C2 Vehicle for Homeland Defense
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*Wt: 7652.40
*Cubic ft: 926.75
Tables/Chairs
 +8 Support
Positions
**Wt: 9764.40
**Cubic ft: 1014.14
Wt: 78797 lb
Cubic ft: 11798.26
Wt: 44891.0 lb
Cubic ft: 6288.23
All tented configurations can also be set
up in buildings on local power
Wt: Variable
Cubic ft: Variable
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= No. of networks
= No. of clients included
= Communications
= Infrastructure
= No. of support positions
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DJC2 Flexibility
DJC2 = Fully Flexible Joint C2
This is DJC2 …
DJC2 in a
suitcase
DJC2 in a vehicle for
Homeland Defense
DJC2 in a CONEX
box on a ship
… and so is this
DJC2 on a pallet in a C-130
DJC2 in a building on
local power
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DJC2 in Real-World Ops
Most recent real-world use: Hurricane Sandy relief
OPERATION TOMODACHI: Yokota AFB, Japan
(2011)
Mission:
Deployed by PACOM (supported by JCSE) to provide C2
capabilities in support of operation providing HA/DR
support in austere environment where normal
infrastructure had been damaged/destroyed by tidal wave
CJTF HAITI: Port-au-Prince, Haiti (2010)
Mission:
Served as command post for CJTF Haiti, providing
services to 300 staff, including SIPR/ NIPR/ NGO/ GBS/
JWICS/ VTC/ VOSIP/ VOIP/ PSTN/ DSN
DJC2 Maritime Variant (MV) supported C2F on BATAAN
JTF CARING RESPONSE: Myanmar
MV on BATAAN
(2008)
Mission:
Provided U.S.-only Command Center for potential
real-world operations during CG-08 exercise
Enabled “instant” JTF HQ when Cyclone Nargis hit
Myanmar, and then supported move of JTF to Utapao
with no gap in C2 for JFC
By using EE/Core and RRK, JFC was able to transition JTF HQ from
tents to building 200 miles away without losing C2/comms
JTF KATRINA : New Orleans (2005)
Mission:
Supported Joint Force Maritime Component
Commander (JFMCC) at JRB NAS New Orleans
Only Ashore C2 component
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Tech Insertion / Refresh Big Picture
AN/USQ-200v2C / Rapid Response Kit
Remote Patch Management
(FY2014)
Energy Efficiency
Next Generation
Rapid Response Kit
(FY2013)
Cloud Computing
for Expeditionary
(FY2015)
(FY2015)
DJC2 works closely with Joint Warfighters to identify / provide technologies they need …
NETC2 Enclaves and Accessories
TI/TR Overview
• IT systems upgraded
every 18 - 24 months
• Laptops, servers, etc.
Laptop
Refresh
• Funded to enhance
systems by inserting
high priority, mature
new technologies
Infrastructure
Upgrade
(FY2012-2013)
(FY2014)
SATCOM Upgrade
(FY2012-2013)
IT Upgrade
(FY2014-2015)
• Selected from
Warfighter inputs,
industry best practices
• Fielded in spirals
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We get IT
We also integrate it, install it and
support it. For today and tomorrow.
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