CORA Task 001 Phase Two: Data Collection Plan for the Naval Exercise And Experimentation Support Framework

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Authors
  1. Forbes, K.
  2. Salchert, K.
Corporate Authors
Defence Research and Development Canada, Centre for Operational Research and Analysis, Ottawa ON (CAN)
Abstract
The mission of the Royal Canadian Navy (RCN) is to employ combat-effective, generalpurpose maritime forces during domestic and international operations. [1][2] The RCN conducts this mission through activities that are completed on both coasts. The Maritime Forces Pacific (MARPAC) Operational Research Team (ORT) supports MARPAC/JTFP exercises (EX), including tabletop and command post exercises (TTX/CPX) and war games; these can be at various levels up to and including the Naval Task Group (TG) level. [3] Up until now, each ORT project had been treated as a separate entity, and each time an exercise support requirement arises, a new data collection and analysis plan was developed. The ORT commenced a multi-phased project to align MARPAC/Joint Task Force Pacific (JTFP) exercises and experiments with the ORT role in supporting defence priorities, assigned missions, and tasks.[4] Phase One of the project, documented in a separate report [4], generated the six-phase Exercise and Experimentation Support Framework (the ‘Framework’) to support exercises and experiments conducted at the Regional Joint Task Force, Naval TG, and individual ship or sub-unit level. The Framework is based on existing high level Canadian and United States (U.S.) military doctrine and existing bodies of knowledge within the civil emergency management domain. [5][6][7][8][9] It provides a method for task decomposition. A set of seven scenarios was also developed which reflect current and future RCN joint p
Keywords
Exercise Suppport;Data collection;Naval Task list
Report Number
DRDC-RDDC-2016-C326 — Contract Report
Date of publication
18 Nov 2016
Number of Pages
197
DSTKIM No
CA044418
CANDIS No
804814
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Electronic Document(PDF)

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