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Headquarters U. S. Air Force Integrity - Service - Excellence USAF Security Forces Transformation Headquarters U. S. Air Force Integrity - Service - Excellence USAF Security Forces Transformation Initiatives n Colonel Bob Tirevold n Commander, AF Security Forces Center 1

USAF Security Forces Transformation Initiatives OLD: Resource Focus Detailed Command How to do • USAF Security Forces Transformation Initiatives OLD: Resource Focus Detailed Command How to do • Ownership with directive • End state = compliance • Deliver resources to achieve compliance • Centralized control NEW: Threat Focus Mission Command What to do • Ownership with commander • End state = effect • Deliver capability to achieve effect • Centralized command “The Air Force needs a revised security construct” Integrity - Service - Excellence 2

Common Relevant Operating Picture (CROP) n CROP: “A single identical display of relevant information Common Relevant Operating Picture (CROP) n CROP: “A single identical display of relevant information shared by more than one command. A common operational picture facilitates collaborative planning and assists all echelons to achieve situational awareness. ” n NOT Security Forces Centric n Multiple functionals require shared information n Multiple data sources / systems n Different missions, common info requirements n Base Defense Operations Center – Transformational (BDOC-T) n Info fusion First Responders n Integrates info from multi-C 2 nodes…synergy and unity of effort Integrity - Service - Excellence 3

Systems Integration S e n s o r s WSTI Collaboration tools White board Systems Integration S e n s o r s WSTI Collaboration tools White board Checklists Instant Messaging Document sharing VOIP BDOC / LE Desk CP to CP Sister Service, Fire, Med, EOD, Med CP to M obile • Weather • CAD/E 911 PSRS CCTV TBMCS-UL ARSS C-RAM Fused Picture SF MDS SG MDS Fire MDS EOD MDS FPASS MSTAR SFMIS ACES-FD SFMIS UTIL MDS SECURITY SYSTEMS ANUNCIATOR CIP ACES-RP RIP TASS Sensors Blue Force Tracking/IVL Authoritative Geo-Spatial Data Source Data Bases Integrity - Service - Excellence 4

CROP/BDOC-T (Daily Operational View) Fire CP Security Emergency Control Center Mobile Wireless Mesh Readiness CROP/BDOC-T (Daily Operational View) Fire CP Security Emergency Control Center Mobile Wireless Mesh Readiness CP Mobile Sister Service Mobile EOD CP FOUO Mobile CP CP Medical Wing/MAJCOM Geo. Base Services Emergency Response Servers Mobile Integrity - Service - Excellence CP 5

Major Milestones/Activities May 07 CROP prototype system installation at Wright-Patterson AFB May – Sep/Oct Major Milestones/Activities May 07 CROP prototype system installation at Wright-Patterson AFB May – Sep/Oct 07 Operational evaluation at Wright-Patterson Jul 07 Select installation/s for Spiral II Sep/Oct 07 Capture lessons learned/revise requirements; roll up and prepare for Spiral II Integrity - Service - Excellence AFB 6

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Common Relevant Operational Picture (CR Base Defense Operations Center – Transformation (B Spiral II Common Relevant Operational Picture (CR Base Defense Operations Center – Transformation (B Spiral II CAPABILITY CROP/BDOC-T = Enhanced situational awareness • Develop and operationally assess a baseline crossfunctional “first response” situational awareness decision support capability • Provides integrated view of installation assets (fixed site/expeditionary) through fusing, packaging and transmission of data relevant to the user to include threat detection/assessment and emergency response Service Technical Requirements: For SF: IBDSS CDD, Annex A (26 requirements) For Fire Dept, EOD, Biohazard, Medical: TBD SIGNIFICANT ACCOMPLISHMENTS PROJ/ACTUAL ACCOMPLISHMENTS: (Jul 06 – Jan 08) Capture refined requirements from O&E (Oct - Nov 07) Establish partnership with AF/A 7 CX/AFCESA/Joint community Integrate wireless mesh for mobile/redundant capabilities (Apr 07) Deploy system at WPAF (6 May 07)--begin 6 month eval Integrate project accomplishments into JFPASS/JE (Sep 07) Select Spiral II expeditionary/CONUS testing locations (Jul 07) Secure additional funding for Spiral II CROP effort Expand capabilities to cover MLS domains Expand interoperability to include additional functional users (Joint/AF/Civilian emergency response) and information domains • Developed Spiral I effort/outlined Spiral II effort • Performed site survey at Wright-Patterson AFB • Developed Initial Operational Requirements List • Integrated Expeditionary CROP into overall effort • Contract award to CH 2 M Hill (Sep 06) • Developed baseline system to exercise capabilities • • • AGENCY: AFSFC/SFXR POINT OF CONTACT: Lt Col Watson/Mr. Troy Kostek PHONE #: DSN 945 -6004/5661 Prior Year Funding: $8, 000 (FY 06)/$8, 000(FY 07) FY 08 Funding: $1, 900, 000 Integrity - Service - Excellence 9

SF Technology on the Horizon n Transformation Technology Integration (TTI) ($14. 5 M) n SF Technology on the Horizon n Transformation Technology Integration (TTI) ($14. 5 M) n n Operators have complete battle-space picture n n Integrates detection equipment Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (C 4 ISR) Automated Installation Entry Control System Biometrics to control access to bases/facilities n Better security/authentication, reduce ID threat n Threat Intercept n n Remote Targeting / Engagement Systems currently employed stateside n Force Application/Threat intercept n Integrity - Service - Excellence 10