Distributed Training Architecture System
NAVSUP Fleet Logistic Center San Diego; Tactical Training Group Pacific (TTGP)
- Navy’s Continuous Training Environment (NCTE)
- Joint National Training Capability Training and Enterprise Network (JTEN)
- Fleet Battle Lab (FBL)
- Ballistic Missile Defense (BMD)
- Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Collaboration, and Intelligence (C5I)
Tactical Training Group Pacific (TTGP) has a continuing requirement to provide the US Pacific Fleet with training to conduct effective naval and joint operations across the spectrum of combat operations. This training requirement spans individual units, Amphibious Readiness Groups (ARG), Carrier Strike Groups (CSG) and Carrier Strike Forces (CSF).
In support of this mission, SOLUTE provides Distributed Training Architecture (DTA) development, configuration, operation, and management support at San Diego, CA; Yokosuka, Japan; Pearl Harbor, Hawaii; and Everett, WA. This effort covers a wide range of engineering and technical support relative to Fleet Synthetic Training (FST). This includes the development and improvement of technical planning documents, instructions, and guidelines for fleet and unit-level synthetic training. It also provides operational systems integration support through sophisticated engineering and related tasking, including but not limited to full-scale development and updates to hard data and training tools. SOLUTE utilizes current training tools and systems to conduct training for Pacific Fleet mission-critical FST. SOLUTE also recommends changes to these tools and provides recommendations for instruction updates and improvements in support of Pacific Fleet and Ballistic Missile Defense training programs.