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Breakout Session: The Army Corps Requirement: Maneuvering Data in the Pacific - The Key to Decision Making

  • Room: Honolulu II (Tapa Conf Center 2nd Floor)
Tuesday, November 01, 2022: 10:15 AM - 11:45 AM


Moderator (confirmed)
COL Adam R. Sanderson, USA
Director of Plans (G5)
I Corps
Panelist (confirmed)
BG James "Jay" B. Bartholomees, USA
Director, G3
U.S. Army Pacific
Panelist (confirmed)
COL Jason A. Bryan, USA
Deputy Commander
1st Multi-Domain Task Force
Panelist (confirmed)
COL Elizabeth "Liz" A. Casely, USA
Assistant Chief of Staff, G6
I Corps
Panelist (confirmed)
BG Kevin Meisler, USA
Commanding General
311th Signal Command (Theater)
Panelist (confirmed)
BGen Cayle Oberwarth
Deputy Commanding General – Operations
I Corps
Panelist (confirmed)
Paul B. Puckett, III
Enterprise Cloud Management Agency
Panelist (confirmed)
CW5 Angel Luis Rivera Jr., USA
Senior Technical Advisor, G-6
United States Army Pacific


The requirement is that a Corps (three star operational HQ) is equipped, enabled and supported (by external commands) to fight as a tactical Corps, a C/JFLCC, a JTF or part of a JTF.  The Corps must be able to synchronize joint fires and effects AND provide SA across joint and coalition partners. To achieve this, there must be an understanding of an Army Corps' internal data flows, the data required from joint and mission partners for integrated decision-making, and the network architecture necessary to support this. The dependencies and complexity within joint integrated decision making can be somewhat simplified when viewing it by mission threads.  Mission threads inform data flows, which in turn inform data standards and architecture standards that are incorporated into material solutions. Distributed operations, target quality COPs, decision support solutions can only be enabled by the data that supports it.


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