The Dynamic Targeting Cell (DTC) of the Air Operations Center (AOC) prosecutes critical targets by processing them through a "kill chain." We describe the development of a workflow representation that follows target processing through the kill chain in terms of eight elements of DTC interaction. The workflow representation is developed from analysis of the doctrinal AOC literature. The workflow representation was iterated based on interviews with subject matter experts. The workflow representation is a normative model of doctrinal DTC workflow. We describe how the workflow representation is used to generate hypothesized sequences of events within and across elements of DTC interaction. The hypothesized sequences represent normative target prosecution against which observed target prosecution are compared. The ultimate goal is to pinpoint deviations from the doctrinal kill chain process in need of further attention or intervention in real time or just-in-time.