Ozone Widget Framework for Distributed Common Ground Station Army Integrated Backbone. The target audience for this lesson is experienced intelligence


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  1. Topic/Grade Level: Ozone Widget Framework for Distributed Common Ground Station – Army Integrated Backbone. The target audience for this lesson is experienced intelligence analyst, E-6 and above.

  1. Standards: Create, modify, and save a query in the DIB. Perform an Ozone DCGS-A Integrated Backbone (DIB) search using the web-based interface and the tools associated with the Portable Multi-function Workstation. (P-MFWS)

  1. Goals and Student Learning Outcomes (Objectives):

GOAL: At the completion of this block of instruction, students will be able to utilize the Ozone Widget Framework to perform intelligence operations. Students will also be able to utilize the web-based interface to query and saved to federated databases.

STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES: Given a scenario, handout and notes, an operational DCGS-A Portable Multi-Function Workstation (P-MFWS), connectivity to the SIPRNET, an Intelligence Fusion Station (IFS), logged on with a DIB server, available documents and username and password for Ozone Widget Framework students will be able to

  • Customize the Ozone Widget Framework

  • Maintain a Map in Ozone

  • Perform a DIB Search in Ozone

  • Maintain DIB Search Results in Ozone

  • Maintain a DIB Query in Ozone

  • Maintain an Intelligence Product for DIB Discovery in Ozone


Students will also be able to Save query results in specified format and display in a specified location.
Goal 1: Students will Maintain a DIB query in Ozone.

1. Learning Step / Activity 1. Save a query.

Media: Equipment based instruction

An user can save queries to access at a later date. The user can set the saved query to be viewed by public or locked down. If the query is set to public, then it is visible to the entire site and anyone at a local site can view, run and plot the saved query.

a. Click the Save button on the Current Query toolbar in the DIB Query widget.

b. Enter a folder name.

(1) Click the Folder text box in the My Saved Query (New) dialog box.

(2) Type a folder name.

c. Enter a subfolder name.

(1) Click the Name text box.

(2) Type a name for the saved query.

d. Click the Public check box to make the query viewable to other users.

e. Click the OK button.

f. Verify the created folder displays in the My Queries directory.

g. Click the plus (+) sign in the My Queries directory tree.

h. Verify the saved query displays in the created folder directory tree.

Saved queries (Public or My Queries) can be modified and ran. When the modified query is saved, it will automatically save the new criteria to a new folder under My queries as well as the public folder it was taken from.

2. Learning Step / Activity 2. Run a saved query.

Media: Equipment based instruction

a. Double-click a saved query in the Saved Queries & Results area.

b. Verify the saved query parameters display in the query search criteria.

c. Click the GO button.

3. Learning Step / Activity 3. Modify a saved query.

Media: Equipment based instruction

a. Double-click a saved query.

b. Set Federation criteria.

(1) Click the Advanced hyperlink in the Federation tab.

(2) Select a sort option.

(a) Click the Sort by menu.

(b) Click a sort by option in the list.

(3) Select an additional option.

(a) Click the then by menu.

(b) Click an additional sort option in the list.

(4) Click an option in the Available pane.

(5) Click the right arrow button to add the item to the Selected pane.

(6) Repeat steps (4) and (5) to add additional items to the Selected pane.

(7) Click the OK button.

c. Set Time criteria.

(1) Set basic Federation criteria.

(2) Click the expansion arrow in the Time tab to open the pane.

(3) Click the time interval menu in the Time tab.

(4) Click a time interval in the list.

(5) Click the Time Occurred or Time Modified radio button.

(6) Set contextual search criteria.

NOTE: Multiple search terms can be joined by using the Boolean logic operator AND.

(a) Click the Current Query text box.

(b) Type keywords.

d. Set Map criteria.

(1) Click the expansion arrow in the Map tab to open the pane.

(2) Select a map option.

NOTE: It is critical that the DIB Query widget and Map widget are connected via the eventing process.

(a) Use current shapes on map.

_1_ Click the Use current shapes on map radio button.

_2_ Click the Launch Map Tool button.

_3_ Click an overlay.

_4_ Click the minimize button on the Map widget.

(b) Use Overlay.

_1_ Click the Use overlay radio button to refresh the list.

_2_ Click one or more check box next to an overlay name.

(c) None.

_1_ Click the None button.

_2_ Verify no spatial data displays.

e. Set contextual search criteria.

f. Save a query.

4. Learning Step / Activity 4. Rename a saved query.

Media: Equipment based instruction

a. Double-click a saved query.

b. Click the Save button on the Current Query toolbar.

c. Rename the folder.

(1) Select the text in the Folder text box.

(2) Type a folder name.

d. Double-click the Name text box.

e. Type a name.

f. Click the OK button.

5. Learning Step / Activity 5. Delete a saved query.

Media: Equipment based instruction

NOTE: Only saved queries that display in the My Queries directory can be deleted. Once the results are deleted the Public Queries directory will delete the result as well.

a. Click a saved query in the Saved Queries & Results area.

b. Press the Delete key on the keyboard.

c. Click the Yes button in the Confirm Delete message box.

d. Verify the selected item is deleted.
Check on Learning will be a practical exercise as well as a 10 question test.

Example Question:

Q: What Boolean logic operator can be used to join search terms in the contextual search criteria?

A: Multiple search terms can be joined by using the Boolean logic operator AND.

Goal 2: Students will Maintain an Intelligence Product for DIB Discovery in Ozone.
Given a scenario, handout and notes, an operational DCGS-A Portable Multi-Function Workstation (P-MFWS), connectivity to the SIPRNET, an Intelligence Fusion Station (IFS), logged on with a DIB server, available documents and username and password for Ozone Widget Framework students will be able to

  • Customize the Ozone Widget Framework

  • Maintain a Map in Ozone

  • Perform a DIB Search in Ozone

  • Maintain DIB Search Results in Ozone

  • Maintain a DIB Query in Ozone

  • Maintain an Intelligence Product for DIB Discovery in Ozone


Students will also be able to Upload and edit a file, case, word document or NITF file on the DIB.
1. Learning Step / Activity 1. Open the File Upload widget.

Intelligence products can be quickly uploaded into the Federation using the File Upload widget.

a. Click the Add Widgets hyperlink on the Widget Framework menu bar.

b. Click the File Upload button on the widget carousel.

c. Click the Close carousel (X) button.

2. Learning Step / Activity 2. Upload an intelligence product.
a. Click the Upload Files (red arrow) button on the File Upload widget menu.

b. Enter temporal information.

There are four fields to fill in for each document uploaded:

  • Effective Start – Date/Time that the uploaded document becomes viewable to the federation.

  • Effective End – Sate/Time that the uploaded document becomes not viewable to the federation but still remains in archives.

  • Expiration - Date/Time that the uploaded document gets deleted from the database. The default is set at 90 days from the current date.

  • Time Zone – The time zone to apply to all date/times specified.

NOTE: The defaulted option for temporal information is to use the current time as the effective start by selecting the Base on current time check box. If the user wants to set temporal information manually they must uncheck the Base on current time check box.

(1) Click the Base on current time check box to clear.

(2) Select an Effective Start date.

(a) Click the Effective Start text box.

(b) Click a date in the calendar.

NOTE: Up and down arrows in the time fields only allow for time input in 15 min increments. The user can enter more precise times manually.

(c) Click the up and down arrows to select a time in the list.

(3) Select an Effective End date.

(a) Click the Effective End date text box.

(b) Click a date in the calendar.

(c) Click the up and down arrows to select a time in the list.

(4) Select an Expiration date.

(a) Click the Expiration text box.

(b) Click a date in the calendar.

(c) Click the up and down arrows to select a time in the list.

(5) Set the time zone.

(a) Click the Time Zone menu.

(b) Click a time zone in the list.

c. Select a spatial information option.

(1) Use current shapes on map.

(a) Click the Use current shapes on map radio button.

(b) Click the Launch Map button.

(c) Right-click a user generated overlay in Overlays area in the Map pane.

(d) Click Zoom To Overlay in the list to display current shapes.

(e) Click the File Upload tab to make File Upload your active window.

(2) Use overlay(s).

(a) Click the Use Overlay radio button.

(b) Click one or more overlay check box.

(3) None.

(a) Click the None button.

(b) Verify no spatial data displays.

(4) Manually Enter Coordinates on a map feature.

(a) Point.

_1_ Click the feature menu.

_2_ Click Point in the list.

_3_ Click the coordinate type menu.

_4_ Click a coordinate type in the list.

_5_ Click the coordinate text box.

_6_ Type a coordinate.

(b) Circle.

_1_ Click the feature menu.

_2_ Click Circle in the list.

_3_ Click the coordinate type menu.

_4_ Click a coordinate type in the list.

_5_ Click the coordinate text box.

_6_ Type a coordinate for the circle center.

_7_ Click the unit of measure menu.

_8_ Click a unit of measure in the list.

_9_ Double-click the radius distance menu.

_10_ Type a distance.

(c) Line or Polygon.

_1_ Click the feature menu.

_2_ Click Line or Polygon in the list.

_3_ Click the coordinate type menu.

_4_ Click a coordinate type in the list.

_5_ Click the coordinate text box.

_6_ Type a coordinate for a line point.

_7_ Repeat step _6_ to add additional points.

d. Enter keywords.

(1) Click the Keywords text box.

(2) Type the search terms.

e. Select an intelligence product.

(1) Single file.

NOTE: If using for the first time skip to (b) because the Upload Files option will default to file browsing.

(a) Click the Switch To File Browsing hyperlink in the Upload Files area.

(b) Click the Browse Button in the Upload Files area.

(c) Browse to the location of an intelligence product in the File Upload dialog box.

(d) Click a file.

(e) Click the Open button.

(f) Click the Upload button.

(g) Click the Show hyperlink in the Review Uploads area (upper right corner).

(h) Verify the uploaded file displays in the Review Uploads area.

(2) Multiple files.

(a) Click the Switch to Drag-and-Drop hyperlink.

(b) Open Windows Explorer.

_1_ Right-click the start menu.

_2_ Click Explore on the start menu.

(c) Browse to the location of the intelligence products.

(d) Click and drag the intelligence product files to the Drag and drop files here area.

(e) Click the Close (X) button on the folder window where the intelligence products were located.

(f) Click the Show All hyperlink in the Review Uploads area.

f. Verify the uploaded files display in the Recent Uploads area.

3. Learning Step / Activity 3. Edit an uploaded file.

a. Select an edit option.

(1) Upload Files side tab.

(a) Click the Upload Files tab.

(b) Click a file in the Recent Uploads area.

(c) Select a file attribute to edit.

_1_ Title.

_a_ Click the Title text box in the File Attributes area.

_b_ Select the current file title.

_c_ Type a title.

_2_ Keyword(s).

_a_ Click the Keywords text box.

_b_ Select the keywords in the text box.

_c_ Type the search terms.

_3_ Temporal information.

_a_ Set an effective start date.

_b_ Set an effective end date.

_c_ Set an expiration date.

_4_ Location data.

_a_ Click the Add or Edit button next to Location data indicator.

_b_ Select a spatial information option.

(2) Search & Modify tab.

(a) Click the Search and Modify Files side tab.

NOTE: The Filter text box is looking for the full FILENAME and not the Title. Wildcards (*) are not allowed.

(b) Enter a file name.

_1_ Click the Filter text box.

_2_ Type a file name.

(c) Click the Filter button.

(d) Click the file to update in the FILENAME list.

(e) Select an area to edit.

b. Click the Save Changes button.

Check on Learning will be a practical exercise as well as a 10 question test.

Example Question:

Check on Learning 1:

Q: What is the default start time option for temporal information?

A: The default start time for temporal information uses the current time as the effective start.
Check on Learning 2:

Q: How can a user change the default start time?

A: If a user wants to manually set the temporal information start time, the user must uncheck the Base on current time check box.

  1. Learning Environment(s):

  • This lesson will take place in a blended field environment. Face to face as well as online instruction will facilitate the learning objectives. The scenario will be conducted using the virtual web-based tools of the Intelligence Electronic Warfare Tactical Proficiency Trainer. (IEWTPT)




  1. Resources:

  • FM 2-0 INTELLIGENCE

  • FM 2-01.3 Intelligence Preparation of the Battlefield

  • FM 3-0 OPERATIONS

  • JP 2-0 Joint Intelligence

  • https://www.dcgsozone.mil

  • https://www.cpof_centcom.mil (Command Post of the Future) (CPOF)




Equipment Required for Instruction







5836-01-408-4665
PROJECTOR, VIDEO




63-2790830-1-1
CISCO INSTALLATION KIT (DCGS-A)




AP9563
POWER STRIP (DCGS-A)




B020-008
KVM 8 PORT (DCGS-A)




C6MB-25-WHT
RJ45 CABLES 25 FT (DCGS-A)




C6MB-3-WHT
RJ45 CABLES 3 FT (DCGS-A)




DSI-011806-1500
TRANSIT CASE DCGS-A SERVER




IQ-2000RM-ISOI-PCF
1400 W UPS (DCGS-A)




M6400 SYSTEM DELL

PORTABLE MULTI-FUNCTION WORKSTATION (DCGS-A),

NSN 7010-01-567-9212




MVX 44 VGA A
4 X 4 VGA STEREO MATRIX SWITCH,

NSN 5895-01-558-7840




P2 2850
DELL SERVER (DCGS-A)




P774-0015
15FT PS2 CABLE KIT (DCGS-A)




P774-006
6FT PS2 CABLE KIT (DCGS-A)




PE 1850
DELL SERVER (DCGS-A)




WS-C3550-24-EMI
24 PORT WS-C3550-24-EMI (DCGS-A),

NSN 7025-01-506-3891



  1. Diversity / Differentiation:

  • It is the responsibility of all Soldiers and DA civilians to protect the environment from damage

  • Soldiers are excused to as needs arise and will be accommodated for lost instruction time

  • Wounded Warriors will be accommodated for with special accesses to the facility ie..wheel chair ramps and tables to allow these students to have access to computers




  1. Technology Inclusion:

Students will utilize DCGS-A Motion Imagery capabilities with advanced analyst tools for mission operations, ISR forensics, and MOVINT Client, Video Processing Capability (VPC) for processing MISP Compliant MPEG2/H.264 video streams. Global Broadcast System (GBS), will provide students with a connection to national intelligence assests. One System Remote Video Terminal (OS-RVT) near real-time video will provide access to intelligence being transmitted to the satellite.






  1. Prior Knowledge: Prior to this lesson, students have: reviewed, learned, identified, etc

Lesson Placement in the Unit: This is lesson _4_ of _10_.


  1. Procedures: Instructor notes have been identified in the performance steps in the lesson plan.

Additional procedures are as follows;

You will work in groups of two (2).
Answer each question or perform each task as directed.
Ask question of the Instructors as necessary.
Use your notes and the DCGS-A to view the panels as necessary.
After all the students have completed this PE we will review the lesson.


  1. Evaluation/Assessment:

Evaluation will be conducted with in-class student checks and a practical exercise. Performance is measured as GO or NO GO.
Feedback Requirements­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­:_________________________________________________________


  1. Risk Analysis: The P-MFWS will be connected to an electrical system for operation. Ensure the system is properly grounded and that water or other liquids are not allowed to come in contact with either the system or the power supply. The overall risk assessment is low however, it is always the responsibility of all Soldiers and DA civilians to protect the environment from damage.




  1. References:

FM 2-0 INTELLIGENCE 23 Mar 2010
FM 2-01.3 Intelligence Preparation of the Battlefield 15 Oct 2009
FM 3-0 OPERATIONS 27 Feb 2008
JP 2-0 Joint Intelligence 22 Jun 2007

TM 11-5865-1058-10-1, TECHNICAL MANUAL OPERATOR'S MANUAL TARGET

ACQUISITION SUBSYSTEM, VOLUME NO. 1 FOR AN/TSQ-179D(V)2
TM 11-5865-1058-10-2, TECHNICAL MANUAL OPERATOR'S MANUAL TARGET

ACQUISITION SUBSYSTEM, VOLUME NO. 2 FOR AN/TSQ-179D(V)2





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