WIN-T Concept of Operations [DRAFT]

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Executive Summary

Table of Contents

Section 1. Introduction

    1. Purpose
    2. Overview
    3. Scope

Section 2. BACKGROUND

    1. Existing Shortcomings
    2. Capstone Warfighter Concept
    3. Joint Concept
    4. Other Warfighting Concepts

Section 3. Concept

    1. General Summary
    2. System Components
      1. Wide Area Network Node
      2. Subscriber Node
      3. Remote Access Subscriber Interface (RASI)
      4. Transmission Systems
    3. Network Management System
      1. Network Management Functions
      2. Network Management System Capabilities
      3. Network Management Operational and Support Concept
    4. User Interface Devices
      1. Voice
        1. Universal Communication Device
        2. STE
        3. SBU Telephone
      2. LAN Interface
        1. Wired
        2. Wireless
    5. WIN-T Network Services
      1. Network Directory Services
      2. Defense Message Service
      3. Multimedia Services
      4. H.320 VTC Gateway
      5. MSS Gateway Service
    6. WIN-T Security
      1. Defense In Depth
      2. Supported Security Level Concept
      3. Information Assurance
      4. Security Level Transport
      5. Boundary Protection
      6. Network Perimeter and Internal Intrusion Detection
      7. Access Controls
      8. TRANSEC
      9. Supported Users

Section 4. WIN-T Employment Across the Full Spectrum of Operations

4.1 WIN-T Employment Concept

4.2 WIN-T In a Forced Entry Major Theater War

4.3 WIN-T In a Stability and Support Operations

Section 5. Summary

Section 6. Acronyms and Definitions

Section 7. References

ANNEX A. Force Integration

ANNEX B. Subscriber Nodes in the Maneuver Brigade

ANNEX C. TOC Physical Characteristics

Table 1 Brigade and Below TOCs Physical Characteristics

Table 2 Division Level TOCs Physical Characteristics

Table 3 Corps Level TOCs Physical Characteristics

Table 4 Theater Level TOCs Physical Characteristics