Case Analysis : Commander Sabater

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As Commander, Task Unit 1010.7.6 (CTU 1010.7.6) and Officer in Charge of Detachment (DET) Sasebo, Lieutenant Sabater is my direct representative at the information-intensive tactical edge and vital maritime crossroads where Anti-Access/Area Denial challenges are prevalent within the Forward Deployed Naval Forces (FDNF) from 21 August 2013 to 30 September 2016. He is in-charge of 50 personnel, operating and maintains all information-related activities in Southern Mainland Japan. As Commander, Task Unit 1010.7.6, his team consistently achieved excellence. His base communications manager was a recipient of the 2015 Copernicus award and his Senior Sailor of the Year was a finalist in the Fiscal Year 2015 Fleet Cyber Command Senior Sailor of…show more content…
He provided information infrastructure to 15,000 combatant and non-combatant permanently stationed mission partners and families. Furthermore, he dispersed information to 40,000 annually embarked combatant personnel throughout various deployment cycles and multi-national exercises to include ANNUALEX, ULCHI FREEDOM GUARDIAN, FOAL EAGLE, MALABAR, VALIANT MARK, ROKN MINEX, KEEN SWORD, JMSDF MINEX and COBRA GOLD. - He directly enhanced battle space awareness by forming an interdisciplinary team in which he identified design criteria, user constraints such as operations and manpower requirements, and sustainment costs for the Electronic Harbor Security System and Enterprise Land Mobile Radio System for four waterfront bases. The design provisioned a netted reliable, robust, and protected intranet-of-things consisting of surface based smart sensors, cameras, thermal imagers, and video analytics equipment that transport essential data. This rapid delivery of information content impacted aggregate force protection and low-level surface intelligence collection which was used by area Commanders to maintain coherent maneuverability and coordinated actions to combat threats inherent in the Forward Deployed Naval Forces. Additionally, his team operated and maintained 50 information delivery systems providing
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