8 Simple Rules for Executing Joint EW
Sept. 1 | 2–3 p.m. ET
Based on a classified block of instruction once delivered at the Joint Electromagnetic Warfare (EW) Center course, these eight unclassified "rules" are the distillation of a year's experience by AOC Past President, Wayne Shaw, in the Middle East running the US Central Command's EW Coordination Center (EWCC). They are as follows:
• Rule No. 1: Intelligence and ISR integration;
• Rule No. 2: Leverage lessons learned (i.e., know before you go);
• Rule No. 3: Unmanned systems — learn 'em, love 'em;
• Rule No. 4: Venture forth/be bold;
• Rule No. 5, Jammer Control Authority (JCA), Joint Restricted Frequency Lists (JRFLs), Joint Spectrum Interference Resolution (JSIRs) and Joint Urgent Operations Needs Statements (JUONS);
• Rule No. 6: The power of three (i.e., J-3);
• Rule No. 7: Electronic Order of Battle (EOB), EW Integrated Reprogramming (EWIR) and Education on EMI;
• Rule No. 8: Widgets and websites.
These rules will be further explained in the webinar. They are based on real-world experience running at EWCC at the Operational Level of Military Operations balancing EW requirements between active wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. For those currently serving in the current version of an EWCC or the Joint EMS Operations Cell (JEMSOCs) this webinar should prove to be useful. To those about to deploy somewhere downrange, this webinar will help you be ready to spring into action on Day 1. And for those in industry supporting JEMSOCs or those in NATO EWCCs this webinar will be insightful to the breadth of issues faced by executing the mission of JEMSOCs (US) or EWCCs (NATO).
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Cognitive Electronic Warfare: An Artificial Intelligence Approach
Sept. 12-28 | Mondays & Wednesdays | 1-4 p.m. EDT
This course will cover how artificial intelligence (AI) can be used in electronic warfare (EW). AI enables EW systems to respond more quickly and effectively to battlefield conditions with complex and novel emitters. The course will discuss AI-based situation assessment techniques for electronic support (ES), including characterization, classification, patterns of life and intent recognition. The course will cover decision-making techniques for electronic protect (EP), electronic attack (EA) and electronic battle management (EBM), including optimization, temporal tradeoffs and distributed coordination. The course will describe how to handle real-time, in-mission learning, motivate why this capability is crucial and discuss how to evaluate a system that learns during a mission. It will cover data management approaches and system architecture. The course is based on the book "Cognitive Electronic Warfare: An Artificial Intelligence Approach."
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