Exploiting FBCB2 Capabilities Through Realistic Feedback
Final rept. Mar 2002-May 2003
NORTHROP GRUMMAN SPACE AND MISSION SYSTEMS FAIRFAX VA
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This report describes the development of a proficiency measurement architecture for the Force XXI Battle Command Brigade and Below FBCB2. It first explores primary dimensions of FBCB2-enabled performance-high-priority system capabilities, user digital skills and tasks, and network management skills. It then examines key factors that influence digital performance, including echelon, mission phase, unit standing operating procedures, task difficulty, and common performance problems. Finally, it discusses measurement implications of digitization, a comprehensive framework for presenting observation guidelines, and implications for FBCB2-focused. After Action Reviews AAR. The collective findings establish a basic architecture for measuring high-payoff proficiency targets, enhancing performance feedback capabilities, and optimizing the benefits of digital training programs. Two practical tools will help leaders and trainers focus on FBCB2-enabled skills that contribute significantly to combat effectiveness. Key recommendations for expanding the architecture and knowledge base are included.
- Command, Control and Communications Systems