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Center for International Maritime Security Search Primary Menu Skip to content Fiction Week Project Trident Chokepoints and Littorals Topic Week Ocean Governance Topic Week Regional Strategies Topic Week Fiction Week Maritime Cybersecurity Week Infrastructure & Trade Week Emerging Technologies Join The Flotilla Naval Society Podcasts Sea Control Bilge Pumps Write for CIMSEC About Us Join CIMSEC Staff / Contact Donate Volunteer Positions Chapters Kickstarter Contributors CIMSEC Privacy Policy Search for: Global Analysis , History What Dostoyevsky Taught Me About a Navy Technologist’s Predictions Podcast Sea Control 301 – Task Force 59 with John “Fozzie” Miller and Ari Cicurel Announcements CIMSEC Officer and Board Elections are Now Open Podcast Sea Control 300 — A New Planning Model for Lower-Threshold Maritime Operations Force Development In the Same Boat: Integrating Naval Intelligence Capability Analysis Forging the Apex Predator:­­­ Unmanned Systems and SSN(X) Announcements Donate to CIMSEC This Holiday Season December 7, 2021 Jimmy Drennan Leave a comment donate monthly donate once only Select a Donation Option (USD) $3.00 $4.00 $5.00 Other Enter Donation Amount (USD) Continue reading Donate to CIMSEC This Holiday Season → featured Force Development Battlespace Awareness Tools Are Central to Fleet Readiness December 6, 2021 Guest Author Leave a comment By Michael Tiefel and Andrew Orchard In his book Fleet Tactics and Naval Operations , Capt.(ret) Wayne Hughes states: “At sea the essence of tactical success has been the first application of effective offensive force.” 1 Capt. Hughes’ warfighting axiom – applying offensive force first – is the distinct advantage information warfare (IW) intends to deliver, and it is predicated on sound battlespace awareness (BSA). Given the advances in the speed, precision, and destructive power of modern naval weapons, finding and fixing the adversary remains indispensable. A powerful suite of BSA tools exists now, and they hold the key to making sense of an increasingly complex environment for Carrier Strike Group (CSG) and Expeditionary Strike Group (ESG) IW Teams. Incorporating BSA tool familiarization and training in IW schoolhouses while exercising their use in the Fleet Response Training Program (FRTP) cycle is an opportunity the IW community must seize to maintain an edge over potential adversaries. Artificial intelligence and machine learning (AI/ML) integration will drive future conflicts. In 2018, the Department of Defense (DoD) published its Artificial Intelligence Strategy and established the Joint Artificial Intelligence Center (JAIC) in recognition of this fact. 2 The AI Strategy directs the military to accelerate research, development, and adoption of AI/ML into a range of defense activities. The JAIC, meanwhile, manages the DoD investment in the application of AI/ML in activities ranging from logistics management to BSA. It serves as the executive agent for the military’s adoption of AI Strategy and seeks opportunities to move the military from traditional “Handcrafted Knowledge Systems” towards the development and incorporation of AI/ML. 3 JAIC’s efforts portend exciting changes and will fundamentally transform how the Navy approaches the BSA mission. However, none of these AI/ML efforts have resulted in tools the force can use now. Fortunately, there are BSA tools available to make Information Warfare teams effective in today’s maritime fight and that of the near future until AI/ML capabilities mature. Potential adversaries also recognize the criticality of winning the BSA battle and the possibilities of AI/ML in the long term. To remain ahead of these challengers and prevent them from gaining “the potential for decision by technological surprise,” the US Navy must expand its advantages in understanding the operational environment, and that starts with the effective use of currently available BSA tools. 4 The Future Is Now: A Powerful Suite of Tools Exists There is a pervasive belief both within and outside the Information Warfare community that BSA watch standers cannot successfully compete in a data- saturated world without AI/ML to help them understand the tactical picture. Action officers have spent many hours writing urgent operational needs statements to argue for rapid development and fielding of analytical tools to do the work usually placed on junior officers and Sailors. This panacea AI solution probably will not materialize in the near term, even though the JAIC continues to work to this end. The tools currently available may be the ones with which the next maritime conflict will be fought, and the fact is they work! Information Warfare officers must make an earnest effort to train their Sailors to complement traditional analysis tools with multi-intelligence fusion applications. CSG and ESG Staff Intelligence Officers play a significant role in cultivating a culture within their watch and analysis teams to push the envelope of available BSA capabilities in order to build the most accurate maritime picture from which commanders make tactical decisions even under stressful conditions. Afloat intelligence teams are now prioritizing training in Intelligence Community-wide tools as a standard operating practice for BSA watches. 5 Not only does this train personnel on “buttonology,” but it also ensures watch teams understand the data sources from which they derive information, identify alternative sources if available, and appreciate data that is not available and what that means to their analysis. O fficers and Sailors must understand the fundamentals of BSA tools and the sources that feed them; they must know other search mechanisms when missing information and explain their analytical process to other ship watches, aviators performing pre-flight walkthroughs, or even the strike group commander. Afloat intelligence teams are also employing these BSA tools for analysis across all work centers from the air wing to shipboard cryptology. It is our experience that core BSA tools including the Fusion Analytic Development Effort (FADE) tool suite, Thresher data fusion tool, and Defense Intelligence Agency’s Think, Analyze, Connect (TAC) are integral to understanding the threat and operational situation in today’s dynamic maritime environment. 6 Watch standers and analysts more quickly and accurately cross-reference information, build greater confidence in their use of traditional program of record systems, such as generic area limitation environment (GALE), and make higher confidence intelligence assessments through their continued utilization of these and other BSA tools. How to Make the Connection: Cross-functional Training Cross-functional training is the natural complement to BSA tools implementation; Sailors require a functional understanding of how each discipline provides value to the organization to use these tools most effectively. This is not a novel concept. Many papers have been written on the need for cross-pollination within intelligence and cryptologic communities to better operationalize information warfare. 7 However, there is no better environment to push the boundaries of integration than in SUPPLOT or EXPLOT. A common understanding of the various intelligence and cryptology specializations enables efficiency both on the watch floor and in the other intelligence work centers. An Intelligence Specialist (IS) with an ELINT background can leverage a Cryptologic Technician Technical’s (CTT) skill to find uncooperative contacts while he or she resourcefully locates cooperative contacts. Similarly, a CTT able to correlate imagery with ELINT can identify a vessel of interest without assistance and allow for more economical use of time for those high demand positions such as the Red Database Manager or the Force Intelligence Watch Assistant. This cross-functional approach does not demand in-depth expertise, but instead requires a basic, working understanding of the IS and CT di

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