OPNAV Action Officer Course

Report
Unclassified
DoD Leadership Policy and
Requirements Panel
Navy Perspective
Mr. Dave Weddel, SES
Deputy CNO N6 Communication Networks
DDCIO (Navy)
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Unclassified
The N6 Battlespace
NGEN
Link 16
Navy Tactical
Networks
NOC
BLII
IT-21/CANES
Governance
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The New N2/N6 Battlespace
N2/N6
Information
Dominance
Sensors
and UAS
Electronic
Warfare
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Unclassified
Departmental and Service Policy
DOD Instruction 4650.01
SECNAVINST 2400.1
OPNAVINST 2400.20F
Way Ahead – Continual Process Improvement and Awareness
Unclassified
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US Navy Global Presence
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The RF Spectrum – In General
• 0 - 300,000 MHz (300 GHz)
– Government exclusive, 1.4%
– Non-Government exclusive, 5.5%
– 93.1% is shared
• 0 – 30 GHz
– Government exclusive, 7%
– Non-Government exclusive, 30%
– 63% is shared
Satisfying
Multiple Requirements
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The Big Picture – Why Do We Do It ?
Unclassified
Why do we care ?
Spectrum Management ensures bandwidth, interoperability,
and availability of Information Operations
Counter-IED
jammer
inadvertently
disrupts BlueForce tactical
communications
Unknown/
Uncoordinated
UAV enters
Battlespace and
causes harmful
EMI to tactical
communications
Incoming forces supporting
a Humanitarian relief effort
unknowingly disrupt civilian
infrastructure
Poorly
managed
spectrum
disrupts
Ground C2
High Power
radar shuts
down civilian
infrastructure
Undetected EMI
prevents
countermeasure
system from
engaging incoming
threat
Inadvertent
EMI isolates
platform from
other C2
nodes
Compatible operations ensure information availability and integrity and
must be appropriately managed (Electromagnetic Environmental Effects)
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