The TBOC, an element of the TRADOC G2 and the OE Enterprise, is uniquely tasked and positioned to assist the Army in achieving the TRADOC CG's imperatives.
The TBOC provides commanders focused and scalable exercise design expertise and products to develop tough, realistic, and adaptable multi-echelon home station and institutional training exercises by replicating real world OEs.
TBOC changes those conditions by providing real world data and exercise scripting, allowing intelligence Soldiers to be a full participant while exercising their Intelligence Warfighting tasks.
The TBOC transforms or "bends" real time operations and intelligence reports, surveillance feeds, and message traffic into a comprehensive training support package (TSP) to "fit" home station exercises using the Decisive Action Training Environment (DATE), a Regionally Aligned Force environment, or other exercise venues.
Without a closed SIPR network, the data that TBOC was able to pull from Paktika Province in Afghanistan and bent to Fort Knox would not have been utilized.
TBOC, initially created as the Joint Training Counter-IED Operations Integration Center (JTCOIC) in 2008, works under the direction of the TRADOC G2 to provide quick and accurate replications of the current operational environment in LVC training events.
All the exercises were supported through intelligence reports that were provided through collaboration with the TBOC which bent the Afghanistan data to Fort Knox.
Because the scenario built by TBOC was secret, it was almost unusable by the companies outside of the CoISTs.