4451 (NIST ID: N/A)


Knowledge of full-spectrum cyberspace operational missions (e.g., DODIN Operations, DCO, OCO, cyberspace ISR, and Operational Preparation of the Environment (OPE)), principles, capabilities, limitations, and effects.

Items denoted by a * are CORE KSATs for every Work Role, while other CORE KSATs vary by Work Role.

Core KSAT for the following Work Roles

No Work Roles with Core KSAT 4451

Additional KSAT for the following Work Roles

Cyber Operations Planner (Additional) ID: 332 (NIST ID: CO-PL-002) Workforce Element: Cyberspace Effects

Develops detailed plans for the conduct or support of the applicable range of cyber operations through collaboration with other planners, operators and/or analysts. Participates in targeting selection, validation, synchronization, and enables integration during the execution of cyber actions.

Joint Targeting Analyst (Additional) ID: 131 (NIST ID: N/A) Workforce Element: Cyberspace Effects

Conducts target development at the system, component and entity levels. Builds and maintains Electronic Target Folders (ETFs), to include input from JIPOE, Target Systems Analysis, GMI and other IC sources. Senior analysts run collaborative target working groups across Geographic Combatant Commands (GCCs) and IC members, presenting candidate targets for IC vetting and commander’s approval for inclusion on the target list. Assess damage resulting from the application of lethal and non-lethal military force, writes Battle Damage Assessment reports, and coordinates federated support as required.

Network Technician (Additional) ID: 442 (NIST ID: N/A) Workforce Element: Cyberspace Effects

The Network Technician provides enterprise and tactical infrastructure knowledge, experience, and integration to the Cyber Protection Team (CPT). The Network Technician supports CPT elements by understanding of network technologies, defining mission scope, and identifying terrain.