DIGITAL IMAGERY WORKSTATION SUITE


TRAINING COURSE CONTROL DOCUMENT

FOR

DIGITAL IMAGERY WORKSTATION SUITE AFLOAT

(DIWSA) OPERATOR

J-243-2953

OCTOBER 1995

TRAINING COURSE CONTROL DOCUMENT

FOR

DIGITAL IMAGERY WORKSTATION SUITE AFLOAT (DIWSA)

OPERATOR

J-243-2953

PREPARED FOR

Navy and Marine Corps Intelligence Training Center

2088 Regulus Avenue

Virginia Beach, VA 23461-2099

PREPARED BY

Program Executive Officer

Cruise Missiles Project and Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Joint Project

Washington, DC 20361-1014

OCTOBER 1995

LETTER OF PROMULGATION

TBS

FOREWORD

This course is designed to train IS designated personnel to perform all functions related to the development of imagery products used to support the Tomahawk route planning requirements of the Afloat Planning System (APS). Training includes detailed operations related to imagery manipulation and display. The course will require and involve extensive hands-on exercise at the equipment console. Upon installation of training equipment, the course will be taught formally at the Navy and Marine Corps Intelligence Training Center, (NMITC) Dam Neck, Virginia Beach, VA.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Section Page

FRONT MATTER

Cover 1

Letter of Promulgation 2

Foreword 3

Table of Contents 4

COURSE DESCRIPTIVE DATA 5

TRAINEE DATA 6

CURRICULUM OUTLINE OF INSTRUCTION 7

ANNEX A: Resource Requirements Changes A-1

ANNEX B: Course Master Schedule B-1

COURSE DATA

Course Title:

Digital Imagery Workstation Afloat (DIWSA) Operator

Course Identification Number (CIN):

J-243-2953

Course Data Processing Code (CDP) by Site: CDP

1. Navy and Marine Corps Intelligence Training Center 293S

Course Status:

New Course

Course Mission Statement:

The DIWSA Operator Course is designed to train qualified IS designated personnel to perform all functions related to development of imagery products used to support the Tomahawk route planning requirements of the Afloat Planning System (APS). The course training includes one week of APS orientation and ten weeks instruction on DIWSA console operations, with detailed operations related to imagery manipulation and display. The course involves extensive hands-on exercises at the equipment console.

Occupational Classification:

It is proposed that NEC 3925 be awarded to the DIWSA operator course graduate.

Prerequisites:

IS "A" Phase I (core) (CIN J-242-0010)

IS "C" School (CIN A-XXX-XXX)

Imagery Interpretation Phase II (Imagery) (CIN J-242-0993)

Top Secret/SCI clearance is required.

COURSE DATA (CONTINUED)

Course Overview:

The course content will include the following, in accordance with approved technical manuals and applicable system operator's and user manuals:

Understand interface and operational relationships between the DIWSA, Tactical Data Distribution System (MDS), Tomahawk Land Attack (TLAM) Planning System Afloat (TPSA), and Sensitive Compartmented Information (SCI) Isolation Segment (SIS) equipment.

Understand digital imagery tasking processes of the Afloat Planning System (APS).

Perform basic imagery construction from applicable imagery source data.

Apply basic digital imagery tasking processes to produce imagery products.

Perform as imagery analyst and operator for imagery processes.

Perform as imagery supervisor as required.

Qualify to operate the DIWSA imagery production equipment.

Planned Course Length:

  1. 77 Calendar days, Eleven (11) weeks.
  2. 55 Instructional days

Training Sites:

1. Navy and Marine Corps Intelligence Training Center, (NMITC) 2088 Regulus Avenue, Virginia Beach, Virginia 23461-2099.

Site Unique Training Consideration:

The production equipment installed at NMITC will now include a fourth workstation and new 2150 VLDS Drives.

COURSE DATA (CONTINUED)

Number of Convening by Site: Planned

1. NMITC - (projected) 3

Class Capacity by Site: Planned

1. NMITC

a. Maximum - 6

b. Minimum - 4

Planned Average On-Board by Site: Planned

1. NMITC - 4

Instructor/Support Manning:

1. NMITC - 3 IS, NEC 3910 (Imagery Interpretation) and 3925 (DIWSA Operator)

TRAINEE DATA

Personnel Physical Requirements:

Must be able to see in stereo.

Security Clearance:

A Top Secret/SCI clearance is required for entry into the Digital Imagery Workstation Suite Afloat Operator Course.

Prerequisites:

1. IS "A" Phase I (core) (CIN J-242-0010)

IS "C" School (CIN A-XXX-XXX)

Imagery Interpretation Phase II (Imagery) (CIN J-242-0993)

Top Secret/SCI clearance is required.

Obligated Service:

N/A

NEC Earned:

3925

CURRICULUM OUTLINE OF INSTRUCTION

UNIT 1: INTRODUCTION TO THE TOMAHAWK WEAPON SYSTEM

Terminal Objective:

1.0 DESCRIBE the uses of TLAM mission products. (CTTL #1)

Lesson Topic 1.1: Tomahawk Weapon System

Enabling Objectives:

1.1 DEFINE the role of the Tomahawk Weapon System (TWS).

1.2 EXPLAIN the role of the Shipboard Fire Control System (FCS).

1.3 EXPLAIN the function of Land-Based Mission Planning Facilities.

1.4 DEFINE APS Command/Control Tasking.

Lesson Topic 1.2: TLAM Development

Enabling Objectives:

1.5. STATE the purpose of the TLAM block upgrade program.

1.6 DESCRIBE the technical and operational differences between TLAM baseline IV and its predecessors.

1.7 DESCRIBE the lessons learned from developing earlier versions of TLAM.

Lesson Topic 1.3: Precision Strike Targeting

1.8 STATE the purpose of Precision Strike Targeting.

1.9 DESCRIBE the probability of collateral damage when Precision Strike Targeting (PST) is employed.

1.10 DESCRIBE the tasking of PST missions and expanded requirements for successful PST strikes.

CURRICULUM OUTLINE OF INSTRUCTION (CONT'D)

1.11 DESCRIBE the role of strike planning in the PST process.

1.12 LIST the additional requirements needed to support PST mission planning.

Lesson Topic 1.4: Tomahawk In-flight Performance Reporting System (TIPRS) Concept Of Operations

1.13 STATE the purpose of TIPRS.

1.14 DESCRIBE the main TIPRS components.

1.15 DESCRIBE the communications process between the missile and receiving station.

1.16 DESCRIBE the cycle of events that take place during TIPRS operations.

Lesson Topic 1.5: Afloat Planning System (APS) Tasking

1.18 DESCRIBE the primary mode of APS during Battle Group (BG) commander considerations related to TLAM planning.

1.19 DESCRIBE the operating chain of command of the APS during BG deployments.

1.20 DESCRIBE APS tasking for additional mission planning requirements.

1.21 DESCRIBE the role of DISWA Operator in identifying possible candidate route areas.

UNIT 2: AFLOAT PLANNING SYSTEM (APS)

Terminal Objectives:

2.0 DESCRIBE APS products. (CTTL #12)

Lesson Topic 2.1: APS Segments

Enabling Objectives:

2.1 IDENTIFY the major segments of APS.

CURRICULUM OUTLINE OF INSTRUCTION (CONT'D)

2.2 DEFINE the purpose and function of the Tomahawk Land Attack Missile (TLAM) Planning System Afloat (TPSA).

2.3 DEFINE the purpose and function of the DIWSA.

2.4 DEFINE the purpose and function the Mission Data Distribution System (MDS).

2.5 DEFINE the purpose and function of the Sensitive Compartmented Information (SCI) Isolation System (SIS).

Lesson Topic 2.2: APS Security Requirement

Enabling Objectives:

2.6 STATE the security requirements for APS, in accordance with PEO(CU)3900/14.

UNIT 3: DIWSA CAPABILITIES

Terminal Objectives:

3.0 INITIATE operations using DIWSA. (CTTL #16)

Lesson Topic 3.1: DIWSA System Overview

3.1 DEFINE the DIWSA interfaces.

3.2 DESCRIBE DIWSA equipment components.

3.3 DESCRIBE DIWSA peripheral equipment.

3.4 DESCRIBE DIWSA software functionality.

3.5 DEFINE DIWSA manning requirements.

3.6 DEFINE DIWSA capabilities as related to other APS segments.

3.7 DEFINE the Supervisor Quality Control (QC) functions.

CURRICULUM OUTLINE OF INSTRUCTION (CONT'D)

3.8 DEFINE DIWSA safety requirements.

Lesson Topic 3.2: SCI Isolation Segment (SIS)

Enabling Objectives:

3.9 DESCRIBE the SIS function in relation to DIWSA segment operations and product data.

3.10 PERFORM the SIS functions.

Lesson Topic 3.3: System Initialization

Enabling Objectives:

3.11 DEMONSTRATE power-on procedures.

3.12 DEMONSTRATE shutdown and power-off procedures.

3.13 DEFINE the initialization procedures.

3.14 DEFINE the Virtual Address Extension/Virtual Memory System (VAX/VMS) monitoring and recovery procedures.

3.15 DESCRIBE the user account maintenance procedure.

UNIT 4: SHARED RESOURCES

Terminal Objective:

4.0 PERFORM operations using the Shared Resource (SR). (CTTL #29)

Lesson Topic 4.1: Shared Resources Overview

Enabling Objectives:

4.1 DEFINE the Shared Resource (SR) purpose and functionality.

4.2 DEFINE the Shared Resources processes.

CURRICULUM OUTLINE OF INSTRUCTION (CONT'D)

Lesson Topic 4.2: SR Management Process

Enabling Objectives:

4.3 DEFINE the SR management process and operator interface to management functions.

4.4 DEMONSTRATE SR management functions.

Lesson Topic 4.3: SR Interface Process

Enabling Objectives:

4.5 DEFINE the mission route component relative accuracy procedures of the DIWSA.

4.6 DESCRIBE the SR interface process with the TPSA and other external systems.

Lesson Topic 4.4: SR Mission Route Component Relative Accuracy (RAP)

Enabling Objectives:

4.7 DEFINE the SR RAP capability.

4.8 DEMONSTRATE review of a RAP task at the SR.

Lesson Topic 4.5: SR Redundant Support Unit Computers

Enabling Objectives:

4.9 DESCRIBE the primary and backup CPU capability of the DIWSA.

4.10 DEMONSTRATE switching the primary and back-up CPU.

Lesson Topic 4.6: SR Product Review After WS Processing

Enabling Objectives:

4.11 DESCRIBE the SR product review process.

CURRICULUM OUTLINE OF INSTRUCTION (CONT'D)

4.12 DEMONSTRATE a product review of a Task Assignment after processing.

UNIT 5: TASK ASSIGNMENTS

Terminal Objective

5.0 PERFORM Task Assignment operations. (CTTL #38)

Lesson Topic 5.1: Task Assignment Overview

Enabling Objectives:

5.1 DEFINE the role of the Task Assignment process.

5.2 DEMONSTRATE Task Assignment menu population.

Lesson Topic 5.2: Media Check-In/Screening and Cataloging

5.3 DISCUSS the DIWSA screening and cataloging procedures.

5.4 PERFORM screening and cataloguing procedures.

5.5 DESCRIBE the check-in media function of the IDI/IDS.

5.6 DEMONSTRATE checking in various media, including BLANK VLDS cassettes.

Lesson Topic 5.3: Image Preview Task Assignment

Enabling Objectives:

5.7 DESCRIBE the Task Assignment Process and the IDI/IDS interaction using an Image Preview task assignment.

5.8 DEVELOP an Image Preview Task Assignment.

5.9 MANIPULATE an Image Preview Task at the workstation.

CURRICULUM OUTLINE OF INSTRUCTION (CONT'D)

Lesson Topic 5.4: Hard Copy Image Capture

Enabling Objective:

5.10 DEFINE the hard copy image procedures.

5.11 PRODUCE hard copy image capture on various image-related products.

UNIT 6: DIWSA WORKSTATION OVERVIEW

Terminal Objective:

6.0 DEMONSTRATE DIWSA control and display functions. (CTTL #45)

Lesson Topic 6.1: Workstation Overview

Enabling Objectives:

6.1 DESCRIBE the control functions used to manipulate imagery sources.

6.2 DEMONSTRATE the DIWSA control functions used to manipulate imagery sources.

Lesson Topic 6.2: WS Break Function Overview

6.3 EXPLAIN the purpose of break functions.

6.4 EXPLAIN the purpose of each break function.

UNIT 7: Image Data Input/Image Disk Stack (IDI/IDS)

Terminal Objective:

7.0 DESCRIBE the IDI and IDS interface, tasking processes and controls. (CTTL #47)

CURRICULUM OUTLINE OF INSTRUCTION (CONT'D)

Lesson Topic 7.1: IDI/IDS Overview

Enabling Objectives:

7.1 DESCRIBE the IDI subsystem.

7.2 DESCRIBE the IDS subsystem.

7.3 DESCRIBE the IDI query procedures.

7.4 DESCRIBE the Data Base Management task procedures of the DIWSA.

7.5 PERFORM VLDS load/offload procedures.

7.6 PERFORM Image Location Library (ILL) data base queries.

7.7 PERFORM data base management tasks.

7.8 PERFORM various image tasks.

UNIT 8: IMAGERY SYSTEMS

Terminal Objective:

8.0 PERFORM Imagery operations using any defense imagery platform which supports DIWSA. (CTTL #50)

Lesson Topic 8.1: Collection Management and Joint Service Tactical Exploitation of National Systems Manual (J-TENS)

Enabling Objectives:

8.1 DEFINE the following terms: EEI, BIR, PIR, OIR, and SIR.

8.2 IDENTIFY the four collection management components.

8.3 IDENTIFY the six characteristics which comprise the specific intelligence requirements checklist.

CURRICULUM OUTLINE OF INSTRUCTION (CONT'D)

8.4 IDENTIFY the purpose and use of the 1684 or current message request format.

Lesson Topic 8.2: Satellite Mechanics and Terminology

Enabling Objectives:

8.5 IDENTIFY terms related to vehicles in space.

8.6 IDENTIFY the three types of orbits used in space.

Lesson Topic 8.3: Satellite Vehicles and Systems

Enabling Objectives:

8.7 IDENTIFY the basic components of vehicles in space.

8.8 IDENTIFY the defense dissemination system, its subscribers and their respective locations.

Lesson Topic 8.4: Point Positioning Data Base (PPDB) Overview

Enabling Objectives:

8.9 IDENTIFY the originator and development process of the PPDB.

8.10 IDENTIFY the three types of PPDB's.

8.11 IDENTIFY the components of the PPDB stereo pair.

Lesson Topic 8.5: Tactical Airborne Reconnaissance Pod System (TARPS)

Enabling Objectives:

8.12 STATE the purpose of TARPS.

CURRICULUM OUTLINE OF INSTRUCTION (CONT'D)

8.13 DESCRIBE the main TARPS components, including:

a. Pod

b. Camera Stations

8.14 DESCRIBE the film capacity associated each camera used in the pod.

8.15 DESCRIBE the use of TARPS imagery in TLAM associated DIWSA production.

UNIT 9: PHOTOGRAMMETRICS

Terminal Objective:

9.0 PERFORM imagery adjustments. (CTTL #60)

Lesson Topic 9.1: Photogrammetrics

Enabling Objectives:

9.1 DESCRIBE digital photogrammetrics processes.

Lesson Topic 9.2: Photogrammetric Control

Enabling Objective:

9.2 DESCRIBE the DIWSA photogrammetric control process.

UNIT 10: INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR ORIENTATION

Terminal Objective:

10.0 TRANSLATE imagery coordinates to workstation coordinates. (CTTL #63)

Lesson Topic 10.1: Interior Orientation

Enabling Objectives:

10.1 MEASURE workstation pixel coordinates.

CURRICULUM OUTLINE OF INSTRUCTION (CONT'D)

10.2 PERFORM interior orientation calculations.

Lesson Topic 10.2: Manual Measurement Techniques

Enabling Objectives:

10.3 PERFORM image measurements of ground coordinates.

10.4 COMPUTE numerical values for projective equations adjustable parameters.

Lesson Topic 10.3: Exterior Orientation

Enabling Objectives:

10.5 DESCRIBE the concepts of exterior orientation.

10.6 PERFORM exterior orientation on selected imagery.

Lesson Topic 10.4: Multi-Image Triangulation

Enabling Objectives:

10.7 DESCRIBE the concept of multi-image triangulation.

10.8 DEMONSTRATE multi-image control techniques.

UNIT 11: DIGITIZER OPERATIONS

Terminal Objectives:

11.0 PERFORM DIWSA mensuration capabilities. (CTTL #70)

Lesson Topic 11.1: Digitizer Overview

Enabling Objectives:

11.1 DESCRIBE Digitizer operations.

11.2 PERFORM Digitizer operations.

CURRICULUM OUTLINE OF INSTRUCTION (CONT'D)

Lesson Topic 11.2: Exterior Orientation Resection

Enabling Objectives:

11.3 DESCRIBE exterior orientation resection procedures.

11.4 DEMONSTRATE exterior orientation resection.

UNIT 12: TARGET COMPLEX DEVELOPMENT

Terminal Objective:

12.0 PRODUCE Target Complex products. (CTTL #73)

Lesson Topic 12.1: Target Complex Tasking

Enabling Objectives

12.1 DEFINE various target complexes.

Lesson Topic 12.2: Shape Types

Enabling Objectives:

12.2 DEFINE target shapes.

12.3 DEMONSTRATE development of various shapes.

Lesson Topic 12.3: AimPoints

Enabling Objectives:

12.5 DEFINE target aimpoints.

12.6 DEMONSTRATE development of various aimpoints.

CURRICULUM OUTLINE OF INSTRUCTION (CONT'D)

Lesson Topic 12.4: Graphics Displays

Enabling Objectives:

12.7 DESCRIBE, with the aid of technical manuals, DIWSA graphics display functions.

12.8 DEMONSTRATE, in accordance with current technical documentation, DIWSA graphics display functions.

Lesson Topic 12.5: Target Complex Quality Control (QC)

12.9 DEMONSTRATE target complex quality control techniques.

UNIT 13: VERTICAL OBSTRUCTION DATA (VOD)

Terminal Objectives:

13.0 PRODUCE Vertical Obstruction products (CTTL #79).

Lesson Topic 13.1: VOD Theory and Production

Enabling Objectives:

13.1 DESCRIBE a vertical obstruction.

13.2 PERFORM, in accordance with current technical documentation, vertical obstruction measurements.

Lesson Topic 13.2: VOD Supervisor Review

Enabling Objective:

13.3 PERFORM supervisor review of VOD at the SR.

UNIT 14: DIGITAL SCENE MATCHING AREA CORRELATOR (DSMACII/IIA)

Terminal Objectives:

14.0 PRODUCE DSMAC II/IIA products. (CTTL #82)

CURRICULUM OUTLINE OF INSTRUCTION (CONT'D)

Lesson Topic 14.1: DSMAC II/IIA

Enabling Objectives:

14.1 COLLECT DSMAC II scene data (automatically), using the Enhanced PIV mode.

Lesson Topic 14.2: Probability of Instability and Verticality (PIV) Analysis

Enabling Objectives:

14.2 PERFORM area probability Analyses.

14.3 ASSESS foliage feature.

Lesson Topic 14.3: DSMAC II/IIA Map Validation

Enabling Objectives:

14.4 DESCRIBE DSMACII/IIA Map Validation.

14.5 PERFORM DSMACII/IIA Map Validation.

Lesson Topic 14.4: DSMAC Product Validation

Enabling Objectives:

14.6 SET-UP, with the aid of documentation, displays.

14.7 DETECT, with the aid of documentation, changes.

14.8 REPORT, with the aid of documentation, results.

14.9 REVIEW, with the aid of documentation, task product at SR.

Lesson Topic 14.5: Scene Area Suitability Analysis

Enabling Objectives:

14.10 DESCRIBE Scene Area Suitability Analysis.

CURRICULUM OUTLINE OF INSTRUCTION (CONT'D)

14.11 PERFORM Scene Area Suitability Analysis.

UNIT 15: VERTICAL UPDATE POINT (VUP)

Terminal Objective:

15.0 DEMONSTRATE vertical update point (VUP) processing capability. (CTTL #94)

Lesson Topic 15.1: Vertical Update Point Collection

Enabling Objectives:

15.1 PERFORM VUP collection.

15.2 PERFORM stand-alone manual VUP collection.

15.3 PERFORM stand-alone automatic/semiautomatic VUP collection.

UNIT 16: TERMINAL AREA DIGITAL TERRAIN MATRIX (TADTM)

Terminal Objectives:

16.0 DEMONSTRATE Terminal Area Digital Terrain Matrix (TADTM) collection. (CTTL #96)

Lesson Topic 16.1: TADTM Collection

Enabling Objectives:

16.1 DESCRIBE WS TADTM collection procedures.

16.2 DESCRIBE WS TADTM product data.

16.3 DEMONSTRATE interactive WS TADTM collection.

16.4 DEMONSTRATE static edit mode.

16.5 OUTPUT WS TADTM product data to SR.

CURRICULUM OUTLINE OF INSTRUCTION (CONT'D)

16.6 PERFORM supervisor review at SR.

RESOURCE REQUIREMENT LISTING

I. Visual Information Stock # Unit Cost NMITC

  1. Overhead Projector N/A N/A 1
  2. Slide Projector N/A N/A N/A
  3. Chalk Board N/A N/A 1
  4. Transparencies N/A N/A 2 sets
  5. Films N/A N/A 3

II. Training Materials

  1. Lesson Plan N/A N/A 2
  2. Trainee Guide N/A N/A 24 yr
  3. Student Tests N/A N/A 24 yr
  4. Course Critiques N/A N/A 24 yr

III. Publications

Number Title Qty per Site

GDE 4680027A Software User's Manual (SUM) 10

DIWS/DIWSA, Books 1-3,

25 Aug 95

GDE 4680093A System Operator's Manual 10

for DIWS/DIWSA, Appendix A,

25 Aug 95

PEO(CU)3900/14 CONOPS for Tomahawk Afloat 10

Systems, Aug 1994

RESOURCE REQUIREMENT LISTING (CONT'D)

Number Title Qty per Site

GDE 4680045 CONOPS for DIWSA as Adapted 10

for DIWSA/JSIPS-N May, 1993

GDE 4620045 CONOPS for SIS April, 1993 5

GDE 4680026 CSOM for DIWSA, 15 March 93 2

APL DSMAC II/IIA Training 10

Guide, April 1994

NWP CTOPS for TLAM, 10

Aug 1994

COURSE MASTER SCHEDULE

J-243-2953

Topic No. Type Period Topic Name Ratio
Week 1
Day 1
1.1 Class 1 Tomahawk Weapon System 4:1
1.1 Class 2 Tomahawk Weapon System 4:1
1.1 Class 3 Tomahawk Weapon System 4:1
1.2 Class 4 TLAM Development 4:1
1.2 Class 5 TLAM Development 4:1
1.3 Class 6 Precision Strike Targeting 4:1
1.3 Class 7 Precision Strike Targeting 4:1
1.4 Class 8 TIPRS Concept of Operations 4:1
Day 2
1.4 Class 1 TIPRS Concept of Operations 4:1
1.5 Class 2 Afloat Planning System (APS) Tasking 4:1
1.5 Class 3 Afloat Planning System (APS) Tasking 4:1
2.1 Class 4 APS Segments 4:1
2.1 Class 5 APS Segments 4:1
2.1 Class 6 APS Segments 4:1
2.1 Class 7 APS Segments 4:1
2.2 Class 8 APS Security Requirement 4:1
Day 3
3.1 Class 1 DIWSA System Overview 4:1
3.1 Class 2 DIWSA System Overview 4:1
3.1 Class 3 DIWSA System Overview 4:1
3.1 Class 4 DIWSA System Overview 4:1
3.2 Class 5 SCI Isolation Segment 4:1
3.2 Class 6 SCI Isolation Segment 4:1
3.3 Class 7 System Initialization 4:1
3.3 Class 8 System Initialization 4:1
Day 4
3.3 Class 1 System Initialization 4:1
3.3 Class 2 System Initialization 4:1
3.3 Class 3 System Initialization 4:1
3.3 Class 4 System Initialization 4:1
4.1 Class 5 Shared Resources Overview 4:1
4.1 Class 6 Shared Resources Overview 4:1
4.1 Lab 7 Shared Resources Overview 4:1
4.1 Lab 8 Shared Resources Overview 4:1
Day 5
N/A Class 1 Review 4:1
N/A Lab 2 Review 4:1
N/A Class 3 Knowledge Test #1 4:1
4.2 Class 4 SR Management Process 4:1
4.2 Class 5 SR Management Process 4:1
4.2 Lab 6 SR Management Process 4:1
4.2 Lab 7 SR Management Process 4:1
4.2 Lab 8 SR Management Process 4:1
Week 2
Day 1
4.3 Class 1 SR Interface Process 4:1
4.3 Lab 2 SR Interface Process 4:1
4.4 Class 3 SR Data Base Query Capabilities 4:1
4.4 Lab 4 SR Data Base Query Capabilities 4:1
4.5 Class 5 SR Mission Route Component Relative Accuracy 4:1
4.5 Lab 6 SR Mission Route Component Relative Accuracy 4:1
4.6 Class 7 SR Redundant Support Unit Components 4:1
4.6 Lab 8 SR Redundant Support Unit Components 4:1
Day 2
4.7 Class 1 SR Product Review after WS Processing 4:1
4.7 Class 2 SR Product Review after WS Processing 4:1
4.7 Lab 3 SR Product Review after WS Processing 4:1
4.7 Lab 4 SR Product Review after WS Processing 4:1
5.1 Class 5 Task Assignment Overview 4:1
5.1 Class 6 Task Assignment Overview 4:1
5.1 Lab 7 Task Assignment Overview 4:1
5.1 Lab 8 Task Assignment Overview 4:1
Day 3
5.1 Lab 1 Task Assignment Overview 4:1
5.1 Lab 2 Task Assignment Overview 4:1
5.2 Class 3 Media Check-In/Screening and Cataloging 4:1
5.2 Class 4 Media Check-In/Screening and Cataloging 4:1
5.2 Lab 5 Media Check-In/Screening and Cataloging 4:1
5.2 Lab 6 Media Check-In/Screening and Cataloging 4:1
5.2 Lab 7 Media Check-In/Screening and Cataloging 4:1
5.2 Lab 8 Media Check-In/Screening and Cataloging 4:1
Day 4
5.3 Class 1 Image Preview Task Assignment 4:1
5.3 Class 2 Image Preview Task Assignment 4:1
5.3 Lab 3 Image Preview Task Assignment 4:1
5.3 Lab 4 Image Preview Task Assignment 4:1
5.3 Lab 5 Image Preview Task Assignment 4:1
5.3 Lab 6 Image Preview Task Assignment 4:1
5.4 Class 7 Hard Copy Image Capture 4:1
5.4 Lab 8 Hard Copy Image Capture 4:1
Day 5
N/A Class 1 Review 4:1
N/A Class 2 Review 4:1
N/A Class 3 Knowledge Test #2 4:1
6.1 Class 4 Workstation Overview 4:1
6.1 Class 5 Workstation Overview 4:1
6.1 Lab 6 Workstation Overview 4:1
6.1 Lab 7 Workstation Overview 4:1
6.1 Lab 8 Workstation Overview 4:1
Week 3
Day 1
6.1 Lab 1 Workstation Overview 4:1
6.1 Lab 2 Workstation Overview 4:1
6.2 Class 3 WS Break Function Overview 4:1
6.2 Class 4 WS Break Function Overview 4:1
6.2 Lab 5 WS Break Function Overview 4:1
6.2 Lab 6 WS Break Function Overview 4:1
6.2 Lab 7 WS Break Function Overview 4:1
6.2 Lab 8 WS Break Function Overview 4:1
Day 2
7.1 Class 1 IDI/IDS Overview 4:1
7.1 Class 2 IDI/IDS Overview 4:1
7.1 Class 3 IDI/IDS Overview 4:1
7.1 Class 4 IDI/IDS Overview 4:1
7.1 Class 5 IDI/IDS Overview 4:1
7.1 Class 6 IDI/IDS Overview 4:1
7.1 Class 7 IDI/IDS Overview 4:1
7.1 Class 8 IDI/IDS Overview 4:1
Day 3
8.1 Class 1 Collection Management and J-TENS 4:1
8.1 Class 2 Collection Management and J-TENS 4:1
8.1 Class 3 Collection Management and J-TENS 4:1
8.1 Class 4 Collection Management and J-TENS 4:1
8.1 Class 5 Collection Management and J-TENS 4:1
8.2 Class 6 Satellite Mechanics and Terminology 4:1
8.2 Class 7 Satellite Mechanics and Terminology 4:1
8.3 Class 8 Satellite Vehicles and Systems 4:1
Day 4
8.3 Class 1 Satellite Vehicles and Systems 4:1
8.3 Class 2 Satellite Vehicles and Systems 4:1
8.3 Class 3 Satellite Vehicles and Systems 4:1
8.4 Class 4 Satellite Vehicles and Systems 4:1
8.4 Class 5 PPDB Overview 4:1
8.4 Class 6 PPDB Overview 4:1
8.4 Class 7 PPDB Overview 4:1
8.5 Class 8 PPDB Overview 4:1
Day 5
8.5 Class 1 PPDB Overview 4:1
8.5 Class 2 PPDB Overview 4:1
8.5 Class 3 TARPS 4:1
8.5 Class 4 TARPS 4:1
9.1 Class 5 TARPS 4:1
9.1 Class 6 TARPS 4:1
9.1 Class 7 TARPS 4:1
9.1 Class 8 TARPS 4:1
Week 4
Day 1
9.1 Class 1 Photogrammetrics Theory 4:1
9.1 Class 2 Photogrammetrics Theory 4:1
9.1 Class 3 Photogrammetrics Theory 4:1
9.1 Class 4 Photogrammetrics Theory 4:1
9.1 Class 5 Photogrammetrics Theory 4:1
9.1 Class 6 Photogrammetrics Theory 4:1
9.1 Class 7 Photogrammetrics Theory 4:1
9.1 Class 8 Photogrammetrics Theory 4:1
Day 2
9.1 Class 1 Photogrammetrics Theory 4:1
9.1 Class 2 Photogrammetrics Theory 4:1
9.1 Class 3 Photogrammetrics Theory 4:1
9.1 Class 4 Photogrammetrics Theory 4:1
9.1 Class 5 Photogrammetrics Theory 4:1
9.1 Class 6 Photogrammetrics Theory 4:1
9.1 Class 7 Photogrammetrics Theory 4:1
9.1 Class 8 Photogrammetrics Theory 4:1
Day 3
9.2 Class 1 Photogrammetrics Control 4:1
9.2 Class 2 Photogrammetrics Control 4:1
9.2 Class 3 Photogrammetrics Control 4:1
9.2 Class 4 Photogrammetrics Control 4:1
9.2 Class 5 Photogrammetrics Control 4:1
9.2 Class 6 Photogrammetrics Control 4:1
9.2 Class 7 Photogrammetrics Control 4:1
9.2 Class 8 Photogrammetrics Control 4:1
Day 4
10.1 Class 1 Interior Orientation 4:1
10.1 Class 2 Interior Orientation 4:1
10.1 Class 3 Interior Orientation 4:1
10.1 Class 4 Interior Orientation 4:1
10.1 Class 5 Interior Orientation 4:1
10.1 Class 6 Interior Orientation 4:1
10.1 Class 7 Interior Orientation 4:1
10.1 Class 8 Interior Orientation 4:1
Day 5
10.2 Lab 1 Manual Measurement Techniques 4:1
10.2 Lab 2 Manual Measurement Techniques 4:1
10.2 Lab 3 Manual Measurement Techniques 4:1
10.2 Lab 4 Manual Measurement Techniques 4:1
10.2 Lab 5 Manual Measurement Techniques 4:1
10.2 Lab 6 Manual Measurement Techniques 4:1
10.2 Lab 7 Manual Measurement Techniques 4:1
10.2 Lab 8 Manual Measurement Techniques 4:1
Week 5
Day 1
10.2 Lab 1 Manual Measurement Techniques 4:1
10.2 Lab 2 Manual Measurement Techniques 4:1
10.2 Lab 3 Manual Measurement Techniques 4:1
10.2 Lab 4 Manual Measurement Techniques 4:1
10.2 Lab 5 Manual Measurement Techniques 4:1
10.2 Lab 6 Manual Measurement Techniques 4:1
10.2 Lab 7 Manual Measurement Techniques 4:1
10.2 Lab 8 Manual Measurement Techniques 4:1
Day 2
10.2 Lab 1 Manual Measurement Techniques 4:1
10.2 Lab 2 Manual Measurement Techniques 4:1
10.2 Lab 3 Manual Measurement Techniques 4:1
10.2 Lab 4 Manual Measurement Techniques 4:1
10.2 Lab 5 Manual Measurement Techniques 4:1
10.2 Lab 6 Manual Measurement Techniques 4:1
10.2 Lab 7 Manual Measurement Techniques 4:1
10.2 Lab 8 Manual Measurement Techniques 4:1
Day 3
10.3 Class 1 Exterior Orientation 4:1
10.3 Class 2 Exterior Orientation 4:1
10.3 Class 3 Exterior Orientation 4:1
10.3 Class 4 Exterior Orientation 4:1
10.3 Class 5 Exterior Orientation 4:1
10.3 Class 6 Exterior Orientation 4:1
10.3 Class 7 Exterior Orientation 4:1
10.3 Class 8 Exterior Orientation 4:1
Day 4
10.3 Lab 1 Exterior Orientation 4:1
10.3 Lab 2 Exterior Orientation 4:1
10.3 Lab 3 Exterior Orientation 4:1
10.3 Lab 4 Exterior Orientation 4:1
10.3 Lab 5 Exterior Orientation 4:1
10.3 Lab 6 Exterior Orientation 4:1
10.3 Lab 7 Exterior Orientation 4:1
10.3 Lab 8 Exterior Orientation 4:1
Day 5
10.3 Lab 1 Exterior Orientation 4:1
10.3 Lab 2 Exterior Orientation 4:1
10.3 Lab 3 Exterior Orientation 4:1
10.3 Lab 4 Exterior Orientation 4:1
10.3 Lab 5 Exterior Orientation 4:1
10.3 Lab 6 Exterior Orientation 4:1
10.3 Lab 7 Exterior Orientation 4:1
10.3 Lab 8 Exterior Orientation 4:1
Week 6
Day 1
10.4 Lab 1 Multi-Image Triangulation 4:1
10.4 Lab 2 Multi-Image Triangulation 4:1
10.4 Lab 3 Multi-Image Triangulation 4:1
10.4 Lab 4 Multi-Image Triangulation 4:1
10.4 Lab 5 Multi-Image Triangulation 4:1
10.4 Lab 6 Multi-Image Triangulation 4:1
10.4 Lab 7 Multi-Image Triangulation 4:1
10.4 Lab 8 Multi-Image Triangulation 4:1
Day 2
10.4 Lab 1 Multi-Image Triangulation
10.4 Lab 2 Multi-Image Triangulation
10.4 Lab 3 Multi-Image Triangulation
10.4 Lab 4 Multi-Image Triangulation
10.4 Lab 5 Multi-Image Triangulation
10.4 Lab 6 Multi-Image Triangulation
10.4 Lab 7 Multi-Image Triangulation
10.4 Lab 8 Multi-Image Triangulation
Day 3
10.4 Lab 1 Multi-Image Triangulation
10.4 Lab 2 Multi-Image Triangulation
10.4 Lab 3 Multi-Image Triangulation
10.4 Lab 4 Multi-Image Triangulation
10.4 Lab 5 Multi-Image Triangulation
10.4 Lab 6 Multi-Image Triangulation
10.4 Lab 7 Multi-Image Triangulation
10.4 Lab 8 Multi-Image Triangulation
Day 4
11.1 Class 1 Digitizer 4:1
11.1 Class 2 Digitizer 4:1
11.1 Class 3 Digitizer 4:1
11.1 Class 4 Digitizer 4:1
11.1 Class 5 Digitizer 4:1
11.1 Class 6 Digitizer 4:1
11.1 Class 7 Digitizer 4:1
11.1 Class 8 Digitizer 4:1
Day 5
11.2 Lab 1 Digitizer 4:1
12.2 Lab 2 Digitizer 4:1
11.2 Lab 3 Digitizer 4:1
11.2 Lab 4 Digitizer 4:1
11.2 Lab 5 Digitizer 4:1
11.2 Lab 6 Digitizer 4:1
11.2 Lab 7 Digitizer 4:1
11.2 Lab 8 Digitizer 4:1
Week 7
Day 1
11.2 Lab 1 Digitizer 4:1
11.2 Lab 2 Digitizer 4:1
11.2 Lab 3 Digitizer 4:1
11.2 Lab 4 Digitizer 4:1
11.2 Lab 5 Digitizer 4:1
11.2 Lab 6 Digitizer 4:1
11.2 Lab 7 Digitizer 4:1
11.2 Lab 8 Digitizer 4:1
Day 2
11.2 Lab 1 Digitizer 4:1
11.2 Lab 2 Digitizer 4:1
11.2 Lab 3 Digitizer 4:1
11.2 Lab 4 Digitizer 4:1
11.2 Lab 5 Digitizer 4:1
11.2 Lab 6 Digitizer 4:1
11.2 Lab 7 Digitizer 4:1
11.2 Lab 8 Digitizer 4:1
Day 3
11.2 Lab 1 Digitizer 4:1
11.2 Lab 2 Digitizer 4:1
11.2 Lab 3 Digitizer 4:1
11.2 Lab 4 Digitizer 4:1
11.2 Lab 5 Digitizer 4:1
11.2 Lab 6 Digitizer 4:1
11.2 Lab 7 Digitizer 4:1
11.2 Lab 8 Digitizer 4:1
Day 4
12.1 Class 1 Target Complex 4:1
12.1 Class 2 Target Complex 4:1
12.1 Class 3 Target Complex 4:1
12.1 Class 4 Target Complex 4:1
12.1 Class 5 Target Complex 4:1
12.1 Class 6 Target Complex 4:1
12.1 Class 7 Target Complex 4:1
12.1 Class 8 Target Complex 4:1
Day 5
12.2 Lab 1 Shapes 4:1
12.2 Lab 2 Shapes 4:1
12.2 Lab 3 Shapes 4:1
12.2 Lab 4 Shapes 4:1
12.2 Lab 5 Shapes 4:1
12.2 Lab 6 Shapes 4:1
12.2 Lab 7 Shapes 4:1
12.2 Lab 8 Shapes 4:1
Week 8
Day 1
12.2 Lab 1 Aimpoints 4:1
12.2 Lab 2 Aimpoints 4:1
12.2 Lab 3 Aimpoints 4:1
12.2 Lab 4 Aimpoints 4:1
12.2 Lab 5 Aimpoints 4:1
12.2 Lab 6 Aimpoints 4:1
12.2 Lab 7 Aimpoints 4:1
12.2 Lab 8 Aimpoints 4:1
Day 2
12.2 Lab 1 Target Development 4:1
12.2 Lab 2 Target Development 4:1
12.2 Lab 3 Target Development 4:1
12.2 Lab 4 Target Development 4:1
12.2 Lab 5 Target Development 4:1
12.2 Lab 6 Target Development 4:1
12.2 Lab 7 Target Development 4:1
12.2 Lab 8 Target Development 4:1
Day 3
12.4 Lab 1 Graphics 4:1
12.4 Lab 2 Graphics 4:1
12.4 Lab 3 Graphics 4:1
12.4 Lab 4 Graphics 4:1
12.4 Lab 5 Graphics 4:1
12.4 Lab 6 Graphics 4:1
12.4 Lab 7 Graphics 4:1
12.4 Lab 8 Graphics 4:1
Day 4
12.5 Lab 1 Target QC 4:1
12.5 Lab 2 Target QC 4:1
12.5 Lab 3 Target QC 4:1
12.5 Lab 4 Target QC 4:1
12.5 Lab 5 Target QC 4:1
12.5 Lab 6 Target QC 4:1
12.5 Lab 7 Target QC 4:1
12.5 Lab 8 Target QC 4:1
Day 5
13.1 Class 1 VOD Theory 4:1
13.1 Class 2 VOD Theory 4:1
13.1 Lab 3 VOD Theory 4:1
13.1 Lab 4 VOD Theory 4:1
13.1 Lab 5 VOD Theory 4:1
13.1 Lab 6 VOD Theory 4:1
13.1 Lab 7 VOD Theory 4:1
13.1 Lab 8 VOD Theory 4:1
Week 9
Day 1
14.1 Class 1 DSMAC 4:1
14.1 Class 2 DSMAC 4:1
14.1 Class 3 DSMAC 4:1
14.1 Class 4 DSMAC 4:1
14.1 Class 5 DSMAC 4:1
14.1 Class 6 DSMAC 4:1
14.1 Class 7 DSMAC 4:1
14.1 Class 8 DSMAC 4:1
Day 2
14.2 Class 1 DSMAC PIV 4:1
14.2 Class 2 DSMAC PIV 4:1
14.2 Class 3 DSMAC PIV 4:1
14.2 Class 4 DSMAC PIV 4:1
14.2 Class 5 DSMAC PIV 4:1
14.2 Class 6 DSMAC PIV 4:1
14.2 Class 7 DSMAC PIV 4:1
14.2 Class 8 DSMAC PIV 4:1
Day 3
14.3 Class 1 DSMAC Map Validation 4:1
14.3 Class 2 DSMAC Map Validation 4:1
14.3 Class 3 DSMAC Map Validation 4:1
14.3 Class 4 DSMAC Map Validation 4:1
14.3 Class 5 DSMAC Map Validation 4:1
14.3 Class 6 DSMAC Map Validation 4:1
14.3 Class 7 DSMAC Map Validation 4:1
14.3 Class 8 DSMAC Map Validation 4:1
Day 4
14.4 Class 1 DSMAC Products 4:1
14.4 Class 2 DSMAC Products 4:1
14.4 Class 3 DSMAC Products 4:1
14.4 Class 4 DSMAC Products 4:1
14.4 Class 5 DSMAC Products 4:1
14.4 Class 6 DSMAC Products 4:1
14.4 Class 7 DSMAC Products 4:1
14.4 Class 8 DSMAC Products 4:1
Day 5
14.4 Lab 1 DSMAC Products 4:1
14.4 Lab 2 DSMAC Products 4:1
14.4 Lab 3 DSMAC Products 4:1
14.4 Lab 4 DSMAC Products 4:1
14.4 Lab 5 DSMAC Products 4:1
14.4 Lab 6 DSMAC Products 4:1
14.4 Lab 7 DSMAC Products 4:1
14.4 Lab 8 DSMAC Products 4:1
Week 10
Day 1
14.4 Lab 1 DSMAC Validation 4:1
14.4 Lab 2 DSMAC Validation 4:1
14.4 Lab 3 DSMAC Validation 4:1
14.4 Lab 4 DSMAC Validation 4:1
14.4 Lab 5 DSMAC Validation 4:1
14.4 Lab 6 DSMAC Validation 4:1
14.4 Lab 7 DSMAC Validation 4:1
14.4 Lab 8 DSMAC Validation 4:1
Day 2
14.4 Lab 1 DSMAC Validation 4:1
14.4 Lab 2 DSMAC Validation 4:1
14.4 Lab 3 DSMAC Validation 4:1
14.4 Lab 4 DSMAC Validation 4:1
14.4 Lab 5 DSMAC Validation 4:1
14.4 Lab 6 DSMAC Validation 4:1
14.4 Lab 7 DSMAC Validation 4:1
14.4 Lab 8 DSMAC Validation 4:1
Day 3
14.4 Lab 1 DSMAC Validation 4:1
14.4 Lab 2 DSMAC Validation 4:1
14.4 Lab 3 DSMAC Validation 4:1
14.4 Lab 4 DSMAC Validation 4:1
14.4 Lab 5 DSMAC Validation 4:1
14.4 Lab 6 DSMAC Validation 4:1
14.4 Lab 7 DSMAC Validation 4:1
14.4 Lab 8 DSMAC Validation 4:1
Day 4
14.5 Class 1 Scene Area Suitability Analysis 4:1
14.5 Class 2 Scene Area Suitability Analysis 4:1
14.5 Class 3 Scene Area Suitability Analysis 4:1
14.5 Class 4 Scene Area Suitability Analysis 4:1
14.5 Class 5 Scene Area Suitability Analysis 4:1
14.5 Class 6 Scene Area Suitability Analysis 4:1
14.5 Class 7 Scene Area Suitability Analysis 4:1
14.5 Class 8 Scene Area Suitability Analysis 4:1
Day 5
14.5 Lab 1 Scene Area Suitability Analysis 4:1
14.5 Lab 2 Scene Area Suitability Analysis 4:1
14.5 Lab 3 Scene Area Suitability Analysis 4:1
14.5 Lab 4 Scene Area Suitability Analysis 4:1
14.5 Lab 5 Scene Area Suitability Analysis 4:1
14.5 Lab 6 Scene Area Suitability Analysis 4:1
14.5 Lab 7 Scene Area Suitability Analysis 4:1
14.5 Lab 8 Scene Area Suitability Analysis 4:1
Week 11
Day 1
15.1 Class 1 Vertical Update Point 4:1
15.1 Class 2 Vertical Update Point 4:1
15.1 Class 3 Vertical Update Point 4:1
15.1 Class 4 Vertical Update Point 4:1
15.1 Class 5 Vertical Update Point 4:1
15.1 Class 6 Vertical Update Point 4:1
15.1 Class 7 Vertical Update Point 4:1
15.1 Class 8 Vertical Update Point 4:1
Day 2
15.1 Lab 1 Vertical Update Point 4:1
15.1 Lab 2 Vertical Update Point 4:1
15.1 Lab 3 Vertical Update Point 4:1
15.1 Lab 4 Vertical Update Point 4:1
15.1 Lab 5 Vertical Update Point 4:1
15.1 Lab 6 Vertical Update Point 4:1
15.1 Lab 7 Vertical Update Point 4:1
15.1 Lab 8 Vertical Update Point 4:1
Day 3
15.1 Lab 1 Vertical Update Point 4:1
15.1 Lab 2 Vertical Update Point 4:1
15.1 Lab 3 Vertical Update Point 4:1
15.1 Lab 4 Vertical Update Point 4:1
15.1 Lab 5 Vertical Update Point 4:1
15.1 Lab 6 Vertical Update Point 4:1
15.1 Lab 7 Vertical Update Point 4:1
15.1 Lab 8 Vertical Update Point 4:1
Day 4
16.1 Class 1 TADTM 4:1
16.1 Class 2 TADTM 4:1
16.1 Class 3 TADTM 4:1
16.1 Class 4 TADTM 4:1
16.1 Class 5 TADTM 4:1
16.1 Class 6 TADTM 4:1
16.1 Class 7 TADTM 4:1
16.1 Class 8 TADTM 4:1
Day 5
16.1 Lab 1 TADTM 4:1
16.1 Lab 2 TADTM 4:1
16.1 Lab 3 TADTM 4:1
16.1 Lab 4 TADTM 4:1
16.1 Lab 5 TADTM 4:1
16.1 Lab 6 TADTM 4:1
16.1 Lab 7 TADTM 4:1
16.1 Lab 8 TADTM 4:1