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The Joint Expeditionary Warfare Lab (JEWL) is the facility that the N62 Division operates to achieve this support not only for Navy and USMC staffs but also for Coalition and Joint entities in accomplishing training in doctrine, tactics and techniques of Naval Expeditionary Warfare with a focus on amphibious operations. The JEWL affords the capability to synthetically replicate an array of warfighting cells and places students in a challenging synthetic operational environment. The JEWL has two gaming networks. The first is the JEWL wargaming network, which is a node off of Tactical Training Group, Pacific (TTGP) and is typically used for in-house, single-site gaming. The second network is the Naval Continuous Training Environment (NCTE), which can ride over the larger Joint National Training Capability (JNTC) network. The NCTE network is the backbone for distributed gaming to multiple training locations. The following is a list of real-world C4I systems and applications, which the JEWL M&S backbone “stimulates”:
War games typically include pre-deployment training for CG, I MEF / COMTHIRDFLT, COMPACFLT exercises, Fleet Synthetic Training (FST) exercises, and other training that can use gaming to integrate teams for deployment or prepare individuals for their assignments.
EWTGPAC Security/SIPR Requirements:
All JEWL events are required to be cleared through EWTGPAC security. Please ensure all attending personnel/units do the following NLT one week prior to the event
1) VISIT REQUESTS: All visiting personnel, including TTGP & C3F staff, must have an Active Visit Request in DISS for SMO N630186 no later than one week prior to the event start date.
a. *NOTE*: Creating SMOs must employ the following naming convention to the ‘Visit Name’ field in DISS (Omit spaces, if necessary):
Course name or meeting name + start date of event in DDMMM format + your organization
Example: FSTJ 18APR 13THMEU
See EWTGPAC DISS VISIT REQUEST GUIDANCE for more details.
b. Member DISS Records must reflect requisite ACCESS and ELIGIBILITY. Incorrect records will result in denial of access.
2) INTERNATIONAL VISITS: Submit FVRs for all foreign national attendees using Brian Barrick as the Facility POC and C3F as the Office of Primary Responsibility (OPR) to the US Embassy/Department of State NLT 30 days prior to the requested visitation. Once submitted, provide the reference number to security personnel (see #6).
3) ITO REQUIREMENT: An ITO is required for all proposed attending PEPs.
Send via an encrypted email to email@example.com.
4) SIPR ACCESS: SIPR Access for JEWL/MAGTF Fires Classroom requires an approved SAAR form.
p Be signed by user's supervisor and security manager
p Include both 2022 IAA Training completed date with certificate and 2022 Classified Derivative Training Certificate.
Send completed forms to Keith Evans at firstname.lastname@example.org
Users must bring an active SIPR token for the event.
5) PED REQUESTS: If you are requesting access to EWTGPAC secure spaces and have a personal electronic device (PED) that has been approved by the Navy Special Security Office as part of a Department of Defense study or research, please have your Security Manager include the type of PED in the notes of the DISS visit request.
6) SECURITY POCs: For all security related questions, please contact EWTGPAC N6 Security:
Miss Jackie Saenz, SSO
Assistant Security Manager:
Please call to schedule your visit to the JEWL. You will be required to validate your security clearance with the EWTGPAC Security Manager prior to entry into the JEWL.
Commercial: (619) 437-5137
3423 Guadalcanal Rd.
San Diego, CA 92155
Quarterdeck Phone: (619) 437-5333
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