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Deputy Army Spectrum Manager

Army Spectrum Management Office (ASMO). Deputy Army Spectrum Manager. Purpose. Provide a top-level overview of the ASMO Organization Provide an update on ASMO accomplishments/issues. Mission. Defend and champion Army spectrum usage at National and International levels

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Deputy Army Spectrum Manager

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  1. Army Spectrum Management Office (ASMO) Deputy Army Spectrum Manager

  2. Purpose • Provide a top-level overview of the ASMO Organization • Provide an update on ASMO accomplishments/issues

  3. Mission • Defend and champion Army spectrum usage at National and International levels • Protect Army capabilities from commercial encroachment • Champion Army weapon system deployment internationally • Provide CONUS tactical/training frequencies • Provide assignments for developmental testing • Per statute (47 USC Sec 902) & Federal regulations (CFR 47, Part 300), certify Army spectrum-dependent systems

  4. ASMO SAIS-AO Army Spectrum Management Office (ASMO) Budget Analyst Admin Asst Spectrum LNO SIGCoE Deput * Dual-Hatted OPS Branch Plans Branch DoD Area Frequency Coordinator WSMR CONUS Army Frequency Management Office, TX DoD Area Frequency Coordinator, AZ

  5. AFMO-CONUS Regional Breakdown Yakima Training Center Fort Lewis Fort Drum USA Cold Reg Lab Vancouver Barracks Natick R & D Ctr Watervliet Ars Fort Devens RFTA (USAR) USAG Selfridge Ft. Hamilton Tobyhanna Army Depot Fort McCoy (USAR) West Point Detroit Ars Picatinny Arsenal Carlisle Barracks Fort Monmouth Rock Island Arsenal Fort Dix (USAR) Letterkenny AD Aberdeen Proving Ground Ft Detrick Ft. AP Hill Dugway Proving Ground Fort Eustis Deseret Chem Depot Fort Monroe Fort Carson Fort Lee Tooele AD Fort Story Radford AAP Pueblo Depot Walter Reed Ft. Meade Iowa AAP Fort McNair Fort Myer Lake City AAP Fort Riley Fort Leavenworth Fort Leonard Wood Blue Grass AD Kansas AAP Fort Knox Holston AAP Fort Campbell Fort Bragg MOT Sunny Point Milan AAP Fort Jackson Redstone Arsenal Fort Gordon Anniston AD Fort McPherson Fort Benning Ft. Gillem Hunter Army Airfield Fort Rucker Fort Stewart Mississippi AAP Ft Buchanan, PR Charles E. Kelly Spt Fac (USAR) Lima Army Tank Plt Adelphi Lab Ctr Sierra Army Depot Camp Parks (USAR) Hawthorne AD Fort Belvoir Riverbank AAP Presidio of Monterey Fort Hunter Liggett (USAR) Southeast Fort Irwin Fort Sill McAlester AAP Yuma Proving Ground Pine Bluff Ars White Sands Missile Testing Center Red River AD Fort Hauchuca Lone Star AAP Louisiana AAP Fort Polk Fort Hood Fort Bliss Fort Sam Houston Camp Stanley Storage Actv DoD AFC WSMR Corpus Christi AD AFC MDW DoD AFC AZ

  6. Spearheaded formation of Army position to defend capabilities and find spectrum under the National Broadband Plan (NBP) Secured spectrum for soldier C-IED training Assigned spectrum during tornado disaster relief Defended Army international spectrum access – State Dept requested ASMO join US del Central American bilats Obtained spectrum certification for JTRS hand held Turned over data capture tool (Stepstone) to JSC Provided engineer support for testing before deployment Spectrum management certification guidance, assistance and engineering for Program Managers Successful relocation to Fort Meade 2011 Major Accomplishments

  7. Issue: Army High-Priority WRC-12 Agenda Items (AIs)

  8. Issue: Army High-Priority WRC-12 Agenda Items (AIs)

  9. Issue: National Broadband Plan • Army studied the technical, cost, and operational impact and feasibility of giving up spectrum (1755-1850 MHz) to industry for wireless broadband applications • Key Equities: Joint Tactical Training System (JTRS), Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS), High Capacity Line of Sight (HCLOS); Unmanned Ground Vehicle (UGV) video; Point-to-point microwave links, Telemetry, GSM Training systems • All Army capabilities have workable mitigation • Alternative spectrum identified • Use of exclusion zones around training areas

  10. NBP Army Assessment Team • Army 1755-1850 MHz team • CIO/G6 ASMO: Army lead - develop technical, operational, and cost impacts • National Guard Bureau • G2 – Intelligence impacts • FORSCOM and G3/5/7: Operational impacts • G8: 3-Star level engagement to assess future budget impacts • Army Test & Eval (T&E): Inputs for T&E range operations • Program offices: Provided COAs based on system technical, operational, and acquisition parameters • Army Cost Office: Cost analysis • Collaborated with other MILDEPs on related systems and analysis methodologies

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