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NAVY – INDUSTRY INTERNATIONAL DIALOG. Colonel Tommy Hull Deputy Director of Operations. OVERVIEW. AFSOC Mission SOF Mission Requirement CV-22 Deployment. AFSOC MISSION.

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NAVY – INDUSTRY INTERNATIONAL DIALOG

Colonel Tommy Hull

Deputy Director of Operations


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OVERVIEW

  • AFSOC Mission

  • SOF Mission Requirement

  • CV-22 Deployment


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AFSOC MISSION

  • America’s specialized air power…a step ahead in a changing world, providing combat search and rescue and delivering special operations power anytime, anywhere

    • “That is our only job. It is not a diversion for us. We do it full time, all the time.” – General Fogelman, former CSAF

  • AFSOC airmen specifically trained, organized and equipped to operate over long distances in the deep battle space, at night and in adverse weather

    • Combat proven SOF tactics, techniques and procedures

    • Night vision devices, terrain following, terrain avoidance radar and electronic warfare defensive suites

    • Real-time command, control and communications connectivity


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OVERVIEW

  • AFSOC Mission

  • SOF Mission Requirement

  • CV-22 Deployment


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CURRENT INVENTORY DEFICIENCIES

  • The current inventory has a diminished probability of successful mission completion, coupled with increased risk to SOF personnel due to:

    • Inability to complete MTW and national missions (clandestinely) within one period of darkness due to limited airspeed capability

    • Need for additional support on a significant number of missions which increases operational signature

    • Limited growth potential for self-protection avionics systems due to space/weight constraints


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SOF MissionRequirements

  • Mission need first identified in 1981 and the KPPs revalidated by the JROC 20 Jul 04.

    • Long-standing requirement for a high-speed, long-range, VTOL aircraft

    • Primary mission: infiltration, exfiltration, or resupply of SOF in adverse weather during one period of darkness

    • Capable of supporting all SOF 9 core tasks and 7 supporting tasks

    • Operate in a medium up to high threat environment

    • Self-deploy worldwide


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Embassy

D-2

Airfield

D-1

C-141s

H-53s

C-130s

C-130s

Operation Eagle Claw - IranHostage Rescue Operation of U.S. Embassy compound in Tehran

Concept of Operations - 1980

1. RH-53Ds fly from Nimitz to “Desert One”

2. RH-53Ds / C-130s rendezvous at “Desert One”

3. Transfer Team/fuel from C-130s to helos

4. Helos fly to “Desert Two”

5. Team hides for 22 hrs at “Desert Two”

6. Team loads vans, enter Teheran and assaults

7. Helos arrive at compound and load all evacuees

8. All personnel transferred to C-141’s at airfield

9. Helos destroyed

10. C-141s fly to safe nation and land

35 hours

V-22

Concept of Operations with CV-22s

1. CV-22s fly from Nimitz to “Desert Two””

2. Team prepares for assault

3. Team enters Teheran and assaults

4. CV-22s depart compound with all evacuees

5. CV-22s fly to Nimitz

8 hours

CV-22 provides77% reductionin execution timeline,

reduces overall mission complexity and increases probability of success

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COEA OF THE MV-X INTERIM/ FINAL REPORT - Dec 93

  • CV-22 was the preferred alternative, although more expensive, based on operational effectiveness and the only alternative that substantially met the stated need.

    • Met timeliness and OPSEC requirements during deployment phase

    • Met mission execution requirements

    • Accomplished the majority of SOF mission requirements

    • Minimized the occurrence of low-level night aerial refuelings

    • Least sensitive to uncertainties regarding overseas basing and strategic airlift

    • Provided the speed essential to meet SOF taskings not feasible with helicopter alternatives


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CV-22 Tailored for SOF Mission

  • Terrain following radar

  • Improved threat awareness through intel broadcasts

  • Improved survivability through automated response to IR and RF threats

  • Additional fuel

  • Additional communications


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OVERVIEW

  • AFSOC Mission

  • SOF Mission Requirement

  • CV-22 Deployment


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CV-22 Mission

  • The Mission of CV-22 will be long-range INFIL, EXFIL and RESUPPLY of Special Operations Forces (SOF) in hostile or denied territories.

  • This Mission is enhanced by the attributes of SPEED, PAYLOAD, and SURVIVABILITY

    • CV-22 combines those attributes with VTOL and SELF-DEPOLOYABILITY

  • We will be able to accomplish the mission now “In one period of darkness”


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CV-22 Squadrons End Game

(AF & SOCOM POM06 - 2,0,2,3,2,2,5,6,5,5,5,5,5,5,3)

SCHOOL

RFT FY07

352 SOG

FY12

16 SOW/2 SOSs

IOC FY09

353 SOG

FY10

Note: 1 BAI A/C at each operational SOS & 1 Test A/C at HRT

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OSPREY

OPERATIONS

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Unrefueled Combat Radius

(12 Man Team & Aux Fuel Tank)

Uzbekistan

Tajikistan

China

Turkmenistan

CV-22 = 597 NMS

5.1 hours out & back

Kabul

Iran

Afghanistan

Pakistan

India

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V-22 vs MH-53 Combat Range

(12 Man Team & 1 Aux Tank)

CV-22 @ 230 KTS = 895

W/ One STRAT AR

7.7 Hours Out and Back

3.8 Hours to edge of ring

Tehran

Baghdad

MH-53 @ 120 KTS = 363

W/ One TAC AR

6.0 Hours Out and Back

3.0 Hours to edge of ring

Shaikh Isa

MH-53 @120 KTS = 242

No AR

4.0 Hours Out and Back

2.0 Hours to edge of ring

CV-22 @ 230 KTS = 597

No AR

5.1 Hours Out and Back

2.5 Hours to edge of ring

“…Twice as Fast, Three times the Distance.”

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4 C-5s

(8 MH-53sINSIDE)

9 C-17s

Total Cost Deploy/

Redeploy + Time

To Mission Ready

(MR)

4 MC- 130Es

$868,448

$5,562,000

$4,928,000

$11,358,448/

76.5 Hrs to MR

8 CV-22s

6 C-17s

$3,708,000

$2,143,232

$5,851,232/

32 Hrs to MR

CV-22 Self DeployabilityCOMPARATIVE AIRLIFT REQUIREMENTS(Hurlburt Field to Shaik Isa Bahrain & Return)

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THE BOTTOM LINE

  • CV-22 self-deploys.Deploys quicker & cheaper.

  • Greater unrefueled combat radius.Tanker requirements reduced. Longer unrefueled loiter times.

  • Helo-Fixed Wing transloads reduced.Complex airfield seizures decreased.

  • Missions completed easier, quicker.Mission complexity reduced. “One period of darkness.”

  • CV-22 designed from MH-53, MC-130Increased Mission Flexibility.

IMPROVED PERFORMANCE FOR AN EXISTING SOF MISSION

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QUESTIONS?

NAVY – INDUSTRY INTERNATIONAL DIALOG

Colonel Tommy Hull

Deputy Director of Operations


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