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Basic Telephone System
There are how many different classes of phones, and what are they?
4; A, B ,C, D
This class of phone may be used to make off base calls, and access to DSN
CLASS A
This provides teminal-to-terminal, long distance, common-user dedicated telephone network.
Defense Switched Network
DNS
DEFENSE SWITCHED NETWORK
Designed as a multiple-use system, provides transmissions services for secure voice and data transmission.
DNS
These telephones provide secure communication, handling all classification up to what level?
STU III; TOP SECRET SCI
Phones used for unofficial (personal) calls, and are found in on-base quarters, such as billeting or the barracks, may call off-base.
CLASS B
Phones used to make on-base official calls only
Class C
Phones used for official government business. Limited to special purposes such as fire, guard, and crash alarms
Class D
____is a safe, highly reliable, and very fast computer-based data communications network used by military and DOD agency personnel.
DISN
DISN
Defense Informations Systems Network
This uses packet switching technology to handle data as it is transmitted through a communications network.
DISN
___ was built to fullfill the Dod data common-user communications network and is currently composed of four networks.
DISN
what are the four networks that compose DISN
NIPRNET, SIPRNET, DSNET2, JWICS
This network is used to transmit unclassified data.
NIPRNET
NIPRNET
N-LEVEL INTERNET PROTOCOL ROUTER NETWORK
This network can transmit up to Secret data.
SIPRNET
SIPRNET
SECRET INTERNET PROTOCOL ROUTER NETWORK
___ is both an architectural framework and an integrated intel dissemination and collaboration service providing uniform methods for exchanging intel among intel providers and users
INTELINK
Two levels of classification
collateral (SECRET); SCI (Sensitive Compartmental Information)
Intelink is available on NIPRNET. T/F
FALSE; AVAILABLE ON SIPRNET AND JWICS
DSNET2
DEFENSE SECURE NETWORK 2
This network can be used to transmit (TS) data
DSNET2
This network is used to transmit TS/SCI data.
JWICS
JWICS
Joint Worlwide Intelligence Communications System
___ is the overall approval authority for all imagery-based applications
NGA
MIDB
Modernized Integrated Database
The key to the DoD targeting program
MIDB
A DIA database that provides national level information on OB, installations, C3 in support of war planning/war fighting.
MIDB
PRG
Point Reference Guidebook
This document provides detailed guidance for the selection of a reference point needed to derive geographic coordinates.
PRG
Reference points locate critical functional elements of installations in the various target categories,
PRG
3-D point mensuration program that uses an 8mm data tape or DVD w/in imagery on it to find the exact position on a given spot on earth.
Rain Drop
TIHB
Target Intelligence Handbook
This handbook contains specific guidance and procedures for use in analysis, production and processing of target intel by DIA, the unified and specified comands, military departments, & other organizations responsible for maintaining the Dod installation intel database.
TIHB
____ Includes 411 on BE numbering and naming procedures, security clasification guidance, geographic coord, abbv, target intel programs, and products and their geographic areas of coverage.
TIHB
___ is the catchall book for intel functions
TIHB
___ are listed, described, and indexed through 5 basic elements of information.
Fixed targets
what are the 5 basic elements of 411?
Basic Encyclopedia Number
FunctionalClassification Code
Category Code
Target Name
Geographic Coordinate
Two-Character Geopolitical
Code/Country Code
This summary of installation intel is taken from the MIDB and is the most inclusive of all installation lists.
BEN
BEN
Basic Encyclopedia Number
This covers all areas of the world except the US and unique to each installation.
BEN
This is used to select target objectives for employment of ground, sea or air weapons and to identify installations (such as public hospitals) to be withehld from attack.
BEN
10 character BEN has two parts T/F
TRUE
The first four characters represent the ___ and identifies the general area of the world where the installlation is located.
WAC
WAC
World Aeronautical Chart
The second part of the BE number is an _______
installation identification number
What are the four types of BEN's that you commonly see in the field
Standard BE Numbers,
Non-DIA Produced BE Numbers,
Electronic BE Numbers,
Fictitious BE Numbers
These are assigned sequentially by the producer; exceptions are airfields and electronic sites
Standard BE Numbers
carries alpha characters in the 5th and 6th character positions representing the expoitation element that assigned the number and who controls it
Non-DIA Produced BE Numbers
numbers for a non-communication electronic installation consists of the WAC number, with an "E" in the 5th character position, and a 5 digit EOB site number
Electronic BE Numbers
Number for projected installation has an "F" in the 5th character position, and useful for exercise databases or for unclassified exercise scenarios. (fake #s)
Fictitious BE Numbers
FCC
Functional Classification Code
Category Code
Cat Code
A code of each installation is classified or categorized to reflect products and military activity supported, etc, categorized by 5 digit code
FCC/Cat Code
The first digit of a FCC or Cat Code gives the function in ___ major categories.
Nine
The other four digits of a FCC or Cat Code show functions w/in the group. T/F
True
DIAM 65-3-1
Standard Coding Systems Functional Classification Handbook
5 digit codes in this doc are used to break down the functions of any and every type of known target, and important element of the description of a target.
DIAM 65-3-1
DIAM 57-24 US
Allied Target Materials Program
the manual that contains the guidance on the performance of functional analysis for the production of target materials.
DIAM 57-24
Chapter 9 of the DIAM 57-24 includes the FCC and associated _______ which are used to produce target materials.
EEIs
EEI
Essential Elements of Information
Text which identifies the specific questions to be answered in the text of a target material in order to properly describe the key elements of a target.
EEI
This will assist you with the functional analysis (determines the basic function of a facility) and will list the EEI
DIAM 57-24
There are ____ name components used to identify installations
seven
This represents the 4th standard element for installation identification
Installation Coordinates- Lat and Longitude coordinates
Mil Grid/MGRS
Military Grid Reference System
Reference point used by Marine Corps and Army
Mil Grid/MGRS
JOPES
Joint Operation Planning and Execution System
during this process commanders and their staff are encouraged to coordinate early and often with their Joint Staff and Defense agency's couterparts as they prepare their plans.
JOPES
A coordinated process used by a commander to determine the best method of accomplishing the mission.
Joint Planning Process
consists of ___interrelated functions that provide a framework for joint military planning and execution
JOPES Functions
This function addresses procedures for describing threats to national security while continuously monitoring the international political and military environment so threats to national security can be detected and analyzed, alerting decision makers, and determining the specific nature of the threat
Identify and Assess Threat
In this function, the National Command Authorities (NCA), Chairman, and Joint Staff, will consult with Allied and Coalition members, and then formulate suitable and feasible military objectives to counter the threats.
Determine Strategy
In this function the commander develops the CINC's Strategic Concept (CSC) based on planning guidance from Joint Staff and Services, anlyze the feasibility of plans created throughout the JOPES Process.
Develop COA
At this stage a detailed Operations Plan is developed for Chairman of the Joint Chief of Staff (CJCS) approval
Plan in Detail
At this stage military operations are executed and Operational Orders are issued.
Implement
This function supports each of the other JOPES functions by obtaining current and accurate information concerning the status of friendly, enemy and neutral forces and resources.
Monitoring
This support function offers various automated techniques that enhance each of the other JOPES functions.
Simulation and Analysis