Within hours of the first sortie in the new area of operations, AF DCGS
analysts provided GEOINT products at five different classification levels to contribute to these negotiations.
To analyze the effectiveness of various heterogeneous computing structures, we implemented four structures, CGS, CGP, DCGS
, and DCGP, while taking into account the considerations discussed in Section 3, and applying selectively the methods described in Section 4.
The Air Force has concentrated its DCGS
capabilities on processing and exploitation with an emphasis on worldwide distributed operations, reachback, and minimizing its in-theater presence and workload.
was first conceived in the 1990s, it was during the heyday of "jointness," when the Pentagon was under pressure to consolidate programs that the services traditionally built separately.
Technology has given us new ways to distribute and collect information like DCGS
As such, a DCGS
Acquisition Standards Handbook--Imagery (DASH-I) has been developed to identify the standards required to implement the DIB and the Multi-Intelligence Core applications.
Stress upon DCGS
Airmen--those assigned to the Predator and Reaper career fields in particular--has been increasingly documented since early last year.
The Air Force's DCGS
is the service's premier globally networked intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance weapon system.
It has produced an application called joint unified maritime protection systemover the horizon for the Army's DCGS
battlefield intelligence system.
In 2003, after the success of Air Force DCGS
during Operation Allied Force, the Service designated the sites and communications architecture of the Air Force DCGS
as the AN/GSQ-272 Sentinel weapons system.
DAY 1:26SEP16 TIME EVENT 23 1330 SEP 2016 TECHNICAL REHEARSAL 0900 - 0915 INTRODUCTION 0915 - 1015 DOCTRINE (INTEL) 1030 - 1145 DOCTRINE (MANUEVER) 1200 - 1215 REMARKS FROM CG 1215 - 1330 LUNCH 1330 - 1500 DOCTRINE (OPFOR) & MTC 1500 - 1630 COMMANDERS ROUND TABLE 1630 - 1700 TECHNICAL REHEARSAL DAY 2:27SEP16 TIME EVENT 0900 - 0950 DCGS
ARCHITECTURE 1000 - 1050 DCGS
ARCHITECTURE 1100 - 1200 FOUNDRY 1200 - 1300 MANNING (PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT) 1200 - 1300 LUNCH 1300 - 1420 TRAINING MANAGEMENT 1430 - 1530 SECURITY MANAGEMENT 1540 - 1640 IEWTPT 1700 - 1730 PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT 1730 - 1800 TECHNICAL REHEARSAL
As shown, in Figure 4, the DI2E has developed a number of frameworks leveraging DoD architecture design standards: the Joint Architecture Requirements Model (JARM), which is depicted in the graphic behind the bridge; a DoD Architecture Framework (DoDAF) Operational View (OV-1), at the bottom of the bridge, and the 10 key focus areas that will serve as the enablers for sharing information through operationalizing the architecture frameworks against the DCGS
family of systems (FoS).