IEWTPT

AcronymDefinition
IEWTPTIntelligence and Electronic Warfare Tactical Proficiency Trainer
IEWTPTIntelligence Electronic Warfare Tactical Proficiency Trainer (US Army)
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IEWTPT was also slow in producing the simulated order of battle because of a contract change one month prior to Raider Focus '17 that led to two of the three Fort Carson, Colorado, IEWTPT contractors leaving three weeks prior to the exercise with no immediate back fills.
IEWTPT will also field new training capabilities at other sites including the Joint Readiness Training Center (JRTC) at Ft.
a) EDITORS NOTE: The Army IEW collection assets that can also be stimulated using Motorola's IEWTPT include: GUARDRAIL Common Sensor (GRCS), Integrated Processing Facility (IPF), PROPHET, Improved Remotely Monitored Battlefield Sensor System (I-REMBASS), Counterintelligence (CI), Human Intelligence (HUMINT), Automation Tool Set (CHATS), Aerial Common Sensor (ACS), and Airborne Reconnaissance Low-Multipurpose (ARL-M).
ILOD, as sub-component of IEWTPT, was purpose built as a brigade level force-on-force simulation driver with a Military Intelligence (MI) focus to address the unique and complex requirements of the MI training audience.
To populate the databases with the Road-To-War, IEWTPT can send data over the DDS, use the DCGS-A pipeline service, or send messages over email.
ILOD has been used in section/team exercises at several locations across the Army and is available at all current IEWTPT fielded locations.
The IEWTPT is continuously evolving and, with or without the constructive simulation, is a valuable and cost effective training enabler.
Now, early in 2004, the contract IEWTPT team is fielding the first iteration of the system to Fort Huachuca and has begun the essential testing and evaluation phase of the IEWTPT.
As a consequence, IEWTPT provides a multi-echeloned training capability that can include commanders and their staffs.
Acknowledging the "Joint" imperative in how we fight and will fight in the future, IEWTPT must and can expand to the Joint arena as a high-fidelity training vehicle for Joint intelligence and operations staffs and their commanders.
The IEWTPT is a "non-system" training device that provides realistic battle command training through an integrated, distributed intelligence information environment to primarily MI soldier operators who drive the intelligence systems as well as battle commanders and the battle staff.
The IEWTPT consists of three functional groupings of capabilities referred to as the technical control cell (TCC), the target signature arrays (TSAs), and a supporting constructive simulation.