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Advanced Planning Briefing for Industry 29 May 2002. Project Manager Soldier Weapons LTC Gil Brown Project Manager Soldier Weapons (Acting). PEO Soldier Organization Small Arms Transformation Programs Scorecard Contract opportunities Future programs Future Integration Challenges.

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Advanced planning briefing for industry 29 may 2002

Advanced Planning Briefing for Industry29 May 2002

Project Manager Soldier Weapons

LTC Gil Brown

Project Manager Soldier Weapons

(Acting)


Advanced planning briefing for industry 29 may 2002

PEO Soldier Organization

Small Arms Transformation

Programs

Scorecard

Contract opportunities

Future programs

Future Integration Challenges

Advanced Planning Briefing for Industry (APBI)

Agenda


Advanced planning briefing for industry 29 may 2002

Program Executive Office Soldier

Program Executive Officer

Soldier

System Coordinator/

System Integrator

Business

Management

DPEO

Soldier

Systems

Engineering

Dir

Science & Technology

Project Manager Soldier Weapons

Project Manager Soldier Systems

Business

Mgt Division

Business

Mgt Division

Systems

Engineering

Division

DPM Soldier

Systems

DPM Soldier

Weapons

Systems

Engineering

Division

Readiness

Mgt Division

APM Soldier Future

APM Soldier Power

APM Soldier Integration

PM Soldier

Equipment

PM Soldier Support

PM

Small Arms

APM

Integration

PM Soldier Electronics

APM

OCSW

PM

OICW

PM Aircrew Integrated

Systems


Reorganization

Reorganization

Placement of PM Soldier Weapons, PM Small Arms and PM OICW under PEO Soldier is a major advantage for support of the soldier

  • Small Arms are a product line that is inherently soldier focused

  • Establishment of the PEO Soldier will structurally establish a high level of visibility for key programs such as Small Arms and OICW within the Department of the Army

  • Placement of Soldier Systems and Soldier Weapons in the same organization greatly facilitates integration of all elements used by the individual soldier

  • Interaction between all organizational elements is improved


Small arms transformation

Small Arms Transformation

Legacy Systems

Responsive

Deployable

Agile

Versatile

Lethal

Survivable

Sustainable

Spin-off technologies

to the Legacy Force

M240B

M2

M249

M16/M4/

M203

M9

Mk19

Objective Weapons

Objective Crew Served Weapon (OCSW)

And

Objective Individual Combat Weapon (OICW)

Interim Force

M249/M240B

Top Cover & Fwd Rails

M68 and M145

Optics

M4/M16 MWS

CROWS


Pm small arms programs

PM Small Arms Programs

a ACAT III Programs

*FY03 SEP New Start


Office of the product manager small arms scorecard

Office of the Product Manager Small ArmsScorecard

MSIII/TC- STANDARD


Office of the product manager small arms future contract actions

Office of the Product Manager Small ArmsFuture Contract Actions


Future programs

Future Programs

  • FY04 Soldier Enhancement Program (SEP) Cycle:

    • The SEP cycle begins in mid summer. It is a key process through which enhancements and new systems can be provided to the soldier rapidly. Input to this process from all areas is critical to provide the soldiers with the items that they need.

  • Technological Areas of Interest

    • NANO Technology

    • Advanced Shaped Charges/EFP’s

    • Advanced Non-Lethal Systems

    • Robotic Vehicle Armament

    • Composite Materials


Advanced planning briefing for industry 29 may 2002

Future Integration Challenges

MODULAR WEAPON SYSTEM

IAV GFE

M249 with Alternate

Mounting Surfaces

Mk19 with Sight, Computerized,

Small Arms Fire Control, XM116

COMMON REMOTELY OPERATED WEAPON STATION

(CROWS)

M 240B with HMMWV MOUNT

XM6 Pedestal w M197 Mount


Pm soldier weapons

PM Soldier Weapons

Questions?

https://w4.pica.army.mil/opmsa/

[email protected]

[email protected]

[email protected]


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