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Wargaming / Exercise Support

Critical Energy Infrastructure Exercise Support:

Coherent Resilience (CORE) 2017:

  • Focused on Hybrid threats from near peer to Ukrainian critical energy infrastructure (Electricity)
  • First national-level table-top exercise; conducted in Kiev, Ukraine
  • Partnered with NATO Energy Security Center of Excellence

Coherent Resilience (CORE) 2018:

  • Focused on Hybrid threats from near peer to critical energy infrastructure (military fuel supply)
  • Baltic Region scenario; conducted in Vilnius, Lithuania
  • Partnered with NATO Energy Security Center of Excellence

Coherent Resilience (CORE) 2019: 

  • Focused on Hybrid threats from near peer to critical energy infrastructure (gas supply)
  • Baltic Region scenario; conducted in Vilnius, Lithuania
  • Partnered with NATO Energy Security Center of Excellence
  • NPS Support: Exercise evaluation team

Operational Energy Management Exercise: 

The EAG conducts an annual OE exercise as part of the Energy Efficiency in Military Operations Course (EEMOC) course in Vilnius, Lithuania.  

Scenario: In this exercise, students assume the role of an Operational Energy Officer responsible for optimizing the deployment of energy assets at three battalion-sized camps and one brigade-sized camp. Students are given a limited budget to purchase energy generation assets to include hybrid and renewables and configure the best generation assets to pair with each facility on the base to improve fuel efficiency and reduce generator fuel demand. 

Exercise Objectives:

  1. Students learn how to select the best electrical generation assets to pair with different facility loads to optimize efficiency of conventional diesel generators.  
  2. Students are introduced to new and emerging energy technologies and learn to deploy these assets in tandem with conventional generators to reduce fuel demand at forward operating bases.

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