(U) The Survivable Communications Integration System (SCIS) provides multiple survivable communications capabilities between missile warning sensors, command centers, and other users.
(U) The Survivable Communications Integration System (SCIS) ensures missile warning and limited air warning message accountability, integrity, and survivability through all phases of conflict.
(U) SCIS ensures survivable communication connectivity from the Cheyenne Mountain Complex (CMC). It supports the Commander-in-Chief of North American Aerospace Defense Command and U.S. Space Command (CINCNORAD/USCINCSPACE) in providing the National Command Authorities (NCA), U.S. Strategic Command (USSTRATCOM) and other forward users with early warning and assessment of missile, air and space attack on North America or U.S. allies.
|A/MWC||Alternate Missile Warning Center (A/MWC)|
|CCPDS-R||Command Center Processing and Display System Replacement (CCPDS-R)|
|CMU Program||Cheyenne Mountain Upgrade (CMU) Program|
|CSSR||Communications Systems Segment Replacement (CSSR)|
|NCMC-TW/AA||NORAD Cheyenne Mountain Complex (NCMC) Threat Warning/Attack Assessment|
|NMD BMC3 Prototype||National Missile Defense Battle Management Command, Control, and Communications (NMD BMC3) Prototype|
|SBIRS High||Space-Based Infrared System (SBIRS) High|
|SBIRS-Low||Space-Based Infrared System - Low Earth Orbit (SBIRS-Low)|
|C2 & Data Handling||Command and Control (C2) and Data Handling|
|SURVEILLANCE AND WARNING||SPACE FORCE ENHANCEMENT: SURVEILLANCE AND WARNING|
(U) Mr. St. John, Open Phone: DSN 556-6341.
(U) 10 November 1997
(U) Road Map Production Date: 23 June 2001