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Implementation Plan Actions Table of Contents

By Department of Defense

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Book Id: WPLBN0000136746
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Reproduction Date: 2005
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Title: Implementation Plan Actions Table of Contents  
Author: Department of Defense
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Language: English
Subject: Military, Armed Forces., National defense.
Collections: Military and Armed Forces Library Collection
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Defense, D. O. (n.d.). Implementation Plan Actions Table of Contents. Retrieved from http://hawaiilibrary.net/


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Excerpt: 1.1. Purpose of Appendix The purpose of this Appendix to the Implementation Plan is to describe the specific ways and means of developing, implementing, and assessing the Training Transformation Capabilities outlined in the plan. The desired capabilities are refined into components and measurable or demonstrable objectives. Objectives are assigned to lead and supporting agents. The actions necessary to meet those objectives are then identified. This Appendix of the Implementation Plan provides the milestones associated with each task and the level of detail sufficient to inform the funding process. Appendix is a living document that will be updated annually to inform the Training Transformation planning and investment processes.

Table of Contents
1.0 Context for Appendix 1 to the Training Transformation Implementation Plan......1 1.1. Purpose of Appendix 1.................................................................................................. 1 1.2. Audience for Appendix 1..............................................................................................1 1.3. Supporting Actions .......................................................................................................1 2.0 Joint Knowledge Development and Distribution Capability......................................3 2.1. Concept: ........................................................................................................................ 3 2.2. Capability Component: Joint Military Leader Development Continuum..................... 3 2.2.1. Action: Develop and distribute online a core curriculum for Joint Military Leader Development. ........................................................................................................................ 3 3.0 Joint National Training Capability ...............................................................................9 3.1. Concept: ........................................................................................................................ 9 3.2. Capability Component: Joint Management Office ....................................................... 9 3.2.1. Action: Study the future requirements for a Joint National Training Capability for specific functional areas........................................................................................................ 9 3.3. Capability Component: Integrate Joint Simulations and Range Instrumentation....... 11 3.3.1. Action: Conduct a requirements analysis, and develop the functional and technical requirements for the integrated live, virtual, and constructive (LVC) environment. ....................................................................................................................... 11 3.3.2. Action: Establish infrastructure for, and interoperability between integrated live, virtual, and constructive training systems in support of defined joint force training requirements....................................................................................................................... 16 3.3.3. Action: Create a highly adaptable mission rehearsal and joint training capability that is integrated with the Joint Technical Architecture. .................................................... 22 3.3.4. Action: Ensure that C4ISR resources are available to this mission rehearsal and joint training capability....................................................................................................... 26 3.4. Capability Component: Linkage to Joint Experimentation ........................................ 31 3.4.1. Action: Ensure that results of joint experimentation and lessons learned are routinely integrated into the development of new training processes and systems. ........... 31 3.5. Capability Component: Joint National Training Capability Architecture .................. 36 3.5.1. Action: Develop policies for a common operational architecture that will provide interoperable live, virtual, and constructive training systems throughout DoD. ................ 36 3.6. Capability Component: Range Modernization .......................................................... 40 3.6.1. Action: Sustain and protect from encroachment maneuver areas, airspace, training ranges, and systems............................................................................................................. 40 3.6.2. Action: Oversee the modernization by the Services of training ranges and systems............................................................................................................................... 45 3.7. Capability Component: Embedded Training in Major Def

 

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