Сетецентрическая война

Генерал ВМФ США и офицеры его штаба, как и положенно, знали болевые точки и уязвимые места своего флота. На учениях именно по этим точкам он и ударил. И правильно сделал. Никакого ущерба он не нанёс. Ровно наоборот. Собственно, для того учения и проводятся, чтобы выявить слабые места и в последующем их устранить.

А то, что из этого получился громкий скандал (настолько, что любой юзер википедии может об этом почитать), так это даже хорошо. Получать пиздюлей на учениях - полезно для любой армии. Это отрезвляет и оздоровляет. Можно только порадоваться за американский ВМФ, что у них есть такие творческие генералы, которые умеют действовать нестандартно и бить по болевым точкам своей же собственной военной системы и доктрине.
или он просто нашел дыру в матмодели учений, которая заранее была объявлена неспособность моделировать вооружение. я слышал об одной армии, там самолеты без раций были и командиры делегатов связи рассылали, даже местами на мотоциклах - навоевала она в таком виде не много

Олег Грановский

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ФБР арестовало подрядчика АНБ, которого СМИ называют "вторым Сноуденом":

Федеральное бюро расследований США арестовало сотрудника фирмы-подрядчика Агентства национальной безопасности (АНБ) по подозрению в краже секретных данных. Об этом пишет The New York Times со ссылкой на источники в разведке и правоохранительных органах.

51-летний Гарольд Томас Мартин подозревается в краже секретного кода, разработанного для взлома компьютерных систем иностранных государств. В августе ему были предъявлены обвинения в хищении государственной собственности и несанкционированном копировании секретной информации.

В публикациях отмечается, что Гарольд Томас Мартин также, как Эдвард Сноуден, работал в консалтинговой компании Booz Allen Hamilton.

В публикации отмечается, что секретный код, похищенный подрядчиком, предназначался для взлома государственных компьютерных сетей таких стран, как Россия, Китай, Иран и Северная Корея.
Минюст США рассказал об обвинениях против «нового Сноудена»:
Army Needs 2 Years To Reboot Network, Seeks COTS Stopgaps
November 17, 2017
The Army needs at least two years to figure out a new, war-ready communications network to replace its current, fragile systems...

The Army is still issuing some units with the current battlefield network, WIN-T Increment 2, which began fielding in 2012 and still hasn’t reached the entire force. (The Hawaii-based 2nd Brigade, 25th Infantry Division is getting its WIN-T kit right now). But the Warfighter Integrated Network – Tactical program will end next year because it isn’t reliable and resilient enough for fast-moving operations against a sophisticated enemy who can jam or hack it. So after a decade working on WIN-T, the Army will take another two years or more to go back to the drawing board.


The Army strategy is “halt-fix-pivot,” Gen. Milley and Sec. McCarthy explained:
  • immediately halt programs that simply won’t hold up on a mobile battlefield under sophisticated cyber and electronic attack;
  • quickly fix systems that can be upgraded to withstand such harsh conditions;
  • and ultimately pivot from the current clunky patchwork to a new, coherent network architecture.

“We learned that a lot of these systems don’t talk to each other, within the army or the joint force,” [the Army Chief of Staff Gen.] Milley said. “We learned that the system is very, very fragile and is probably not going to be robust and resilient enough to operate in a highly dynamic battlefield with lots of ground maneuver and movement. We know that the system is probably vulnerable to sophisticated nation-state countermeasures.”


Ironically, the program that was supposed to bring order to this chaos was WIN-T. Now the Army is halting WIN-T and, once again, embarking on a multi-year quest for one network to rule them all. In the meantime, once again, the service has to keep kludging together partial solutions. The short-term fix may, once again, make the long-term solution harder.

WIN-T: US Army’s Connection to the Global InfoGrid
Sep 05, 2018
September 5/18: New items The US Army needs new items for its WIN-T network. General Dynamics will procure a number of configuration items for the warfighter information network-tactical program. The contract external link has a value of $81.8 million and provides for network and pre-priced hardware items. The WIN-T external link program is the Army’s high-speed, high-capacity tactical communications network to distribute classified and unclassified information through all echelons of Army command by means of voice, data, and real-time video. The program has seen its up and downs over the years, the current WIN-T Increment 2 started fielding in 2012 but hasn’t reached the whole force yet. Army experts are currently looking for alternative systems external link over fears that WIN-T are not resilient and secure enough to be used in combat against technological advanced adversaries. Work will be performed at GD’s facility in Taunton, Massachusetts, and is expected to be completed by August 2020.
As the Army’s tactical portion of the USA’s Global Information Grid (GIG) network, Warfighter Information Network-Tactical (WIN-T) is designed to help deployed forces tap into that global network and its databases, collectors, and connections to national agencies. At present, this requires multiple private networks, or outright forward deployment of representatives from the agencies in question. If it can be done at all.

WIN-T has absorbed the program formerly known as the Joint Network Node, and another 3 fielding increments will gradually add key capabilities to the system. Increment 1/ JNN is widely fielded, Increment 2 is being fielded, and R&D contracts are beginning fleshing out Increment 3.
US Army eyes milestone FY 2020 decision for network modernisation
...Integrated Tactical Network (ITN)...

Enter the ITN, an effort designed, in part, to enable soldiers to operate in secret and ‘secure but unclassified’ (SBU) environments by using legacy radios with advanced networking waveforms, commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) radios, small aperture satellite terminal, servers, and more. The service is experimenting with a variety of ITN components and technologies, including rolling out some of the capabilities to deployed SFABs, for an ITN design decision and associated buy in fiscal year 2020 (FY 2020). In FY 2021, the service wants to begin fielding four brigade combat teams’ worth of equipment.

“The ITN is what we provide to manoeuvre brigades,” the programme executive officer for Command, Control, and Communications-Tactical (PEO C3T), Major General David Bassett, told Jane’s on 10 April. “The ITN is not part of WIN-T, but the WIN-T capability is in the field so it will have to be integrated into that, along with all the new stuff.”

The service announced in 2017 that it would “halt, fix, and pivot” the network. The army found WIN-T struggled to operate on the move, was susceptible to an adversary’s frequency jamming, too complex for soldiers to operate, and took far too long to stand up a network in theatre. In short, it was determined that the WIN-T network was unlikely to survive in a contested or congested environment.
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ИМХО, сетецентрические технологии боя и кибервойна - это две разные вещи. Хотя, связь, конечно, имеется.
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