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Naval Special Warfare
Direct Support Assets
Allow Commander's to meet quick reaction mission requirements to support deployed needs.
DIRSUP: within 48 hours CASREP
What are the 5 IO Core Capabilities?
PSYOP, CNO, MILDEC, OPSEC, EW
What is PSYOP?
Planned operations to convey selected truthful information to influence emotions, motives, and behaviors of their governments, groups , and individuals.
What is CNO?
Attack, decieve, and degrade electronic information.
What are the three categories of CNO?
CNA : Computer Network Attack
CND: Computer Network Defense
CNE: Computer Network Exploitation
What is MILDEC?
What is OPSEC?
What is EW?
Electronic Warfare : uses directed energy to control electromagnetic spectrum.
Name the three types of EW warfare.
EA: Electronic Warfare Attack
EP: Electronic Warfare Protection
ES: Electronic Warfare Support
What is US CODE title 10?
Outlines role of Armed Forces
US Code Title 50
Outlines the role of war and national defense in US Code.
Cryptologic Carry On Program: augmenting exisiting SSES capabilities
SIGINT, IMINT, ACINT
How does SSES support SAR?
by helping stranded vessels via SIGINT/COMINT
Ship Signal Exploitation Space : Exploits SIGINT
Supplementary Plot: Gathers indications and warnings and passes to warfare commander
Radio Signal Notation Manual : outlines the COMINT Signal Classification System.
United States Signals Intelligence Directive System
can run on every size hardware platform and across all architectures and is considered very portable due to the adherence to standards
Free open source --- monolithic kernel
What are the six phases of the Targeting Cycle?
1) Objectives and Guidance - Clarifies Goals
2) Target Development - Identify Targets
3) Weaponeering/Capabilities Analysis - Determining lethal/non-lethal
4)Force Application - decision making
5)Execution Planning/Force Execution - attack plan
6) Combat Assessment - info to aid CDR
What are the 3 components to Combat Assessment?
Battle Damage Assessment (BDA)
Munitions Effects Assessment (MEA)
Re-Attack Recommendations (RR)
Use of SAM, SSM, ASM, and guns to destroy attacking ships
Use of emissions to render equipment of an attacking ship or aircraft inoperable
"R" 3 Hours
"P" 1 Hour
"O" 30 Minutes
"Z" Interrupts all other precendences
"ZZ" interrupts and halts all other messages
Critical Information -- Require Presidents Attention -- 10 minutes to President
Global Command and Control System - Maritime
Open Source Intelligence
CVN70 shipboard assets
electricity, water, medical, food, communication, saftey, clothing
Purpose of METOC in supporting HA/DR
Reports weather, wave height, ocean current
stands watch in TFCC leading the 24/7 operations watch team. Direct representative of the Commanders.
Net Control Station
-Expedites Traffic flow on the net
- Maintains circuit Discipline
Communications Watch Officer - responsible for all incoming and outgoing message traffic
Tech Control Supervisor - Ensures reliable communications throughout the watchfloor
Message Center Supervisor - Manages all message operations
Voice over Internet Protocol
Defense Switch Network
Plain Old Telephone System
Secure Terminal Equipment
Official Information Exchange
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Communication Information Bulletin
Demand Assigned Multiple Access: Takes one signal and splits it into multiple (multiplexer)
Electronic Key Management System: Provides the capability for automated generation, accounting, distribution, destruction of electronic key.
SSES own 3 VHF/UHF Antennas. What are they?
Range from .5-4,000MHz
UHF LOS 220-400MHz
AS-2493 or SRA-62 (Christmas Trees)
UHF LOS 225-400 MHz
UHF LOS 225-400MHz
AS-2815 (Egg Beaters)
UHF SATCOM Receive only 248-255 MHz
UHF SATCOM 240-316 MHz
AS-3771 (Bull Whips)
HF Broad Band Transmit only 7-30MHz
As-3772 (Tilt Whips)
HF Narrow Band Transmit only 2-30MHz
SHT SATCOM 7.25-8.4GHz
VHF 135 MHz
AS-3865 or OE-404 (Wire Rope Fans)
HF Broad Band Transmit only 2-9MHz
GBS Antenna Control Unit 20.2-21.2GHz
UHF Fleet Broadcast is received via 4 AS-2815 antennas located on what levels?
010 and 011 levels
CBSP (Commercial Broadband Satellite Program)
Provides IP services and phone lines, operates on SHF
GBS (Global Broadcast Service)
Provides imagery/split IP/Fox and CNN broadcasting; receive only (up to 36MBps of bandwidth)
ADNS (Automated Digital Networking System)
Version K AKA Increment III; routes all IP traffic and phone lines on/off ship; manages all HF/UHF/SHF/EHF IP routing.
NMT (Navy Multi-band Terminal)
Operates on X-band, KA-band and Q-band.
Provides IP services and phone lines, uses only Military satellites and resources.
- Provides IP services and phone lines, uses only Military satellites and resources.