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Regionally Concentrated, Credible Combat Power Limit regional conflict with forward deployed, decisive maritime power Deter major power war Win our Nation’s wars Globally Distributed, Mission-Tailored Maritime Forces Contribute to homeland defense in depth

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Regionally Concentrated, Credible Combat Power

Limit regional conflict with forward deployed, decisive maritime power

Deter major power war

Win our Nation’s wars

Globally Distributed, Mission-Tailored Maritime Forces

Contribute to homeland defense in depth

Foster and sustain cooperative relationships with more international partners

Prevent or contain local disruptions before they impact the global system

Maritime Strategic Imperatives

Secure Our Homeland, Citizens, and Interests around the World.

Preventing wars is as important as winning wars.


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Core Capabilities

  • Forward Presence

  • Deterrence

  • Sea Control

  • Power Projection

  • Maritime Security

  • Humanitarian Assistance / Disaster Relief


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United States Navy Today

Updated for 01 JUN 10

  • ORANGE - Operations

  • BLUE - Underway ships

  • GREEN - Ground forces

CENTCOM Boots on Ground

Approx 14,000 sailors

MOUNT WHITNEY (LCC)

U/W North Sea

RAMAGE (DDG)

U/W EMED

THE SULLIVANS (DDG)

U/W CENTCOM AOR

IWO JIMA (LHD)

IPT NYC

EISENHOWER (CSG)

OEF

BLUE RIDGE (LCC)

IPT Yokosuka, Japan

OIF / OEF Overseas Contingency Operations

HS TRUMAN (CSG)

U/W ELANT

GEORGE WASHINGTON (CSG)

U/W IVO ODJ, Japan

Counter-Piracy Operations

BONHOMME RICHARD (LHD)

U/W SOCAL

ESSEX (ARG)

IPT Sasebo, Japan

NASSAU (ARG)

Deployed to CENTCOM AOR

HSV SWIFT (HSV)

IPT Vasco Nunez de Balboa, Panama

UNDERWOOD (FFG)

MODLOC IVO Guatemala

USNS MERCY (T-AH)

Anchored IVO Quy Nhon, Vietnam

Africa Partnership Law Enforcement

Counter-Narco Overseas Contingency Operations

286

Battle Force Ships

DEPLOYED: 121 (42%)

NON-DEPLOYED UNDERWAY: 37 (13%)


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Operation Unified Response

10,000 Sailors, 17 ships, 60 aircraft

A sea-based force supporting the immediate delivery of aid to earthquake victims in Haiti

Reinforced and Expanded Assistance by:

VINSON (CVN)

USNS COMFORT (T-AH)

NORMANDY (CG)

BUNKER HILL (CG)

HIGGINS (DDG)

UNDERWOOD (FFG)

USNS GRASP (T-ARS) USNS LUMMUS (T-AK)

SACAGAWEA (T-AKE)

USNS HENSON (T-AGS)

ALAKAI (MV)

CAPE MAY (T-AKR)

USNS PFC DEWAYNE WILLIAMS (T-AK)

HUAKAI (MV)

Operating a few miles off the coast

Maritime Civil Affairs, Maritime Security, Expeditionary Logistic Support, Seabee units, Combat Camera, Navy divers and engineers - with diverse capabilities including assessment, construction, security, civil affairs & logistic support

NASSAU ARG with 24 MEU:

NASSAU (LHD)

MESA VERDE (LPD)

ASHLAND (LSD)

BATAAN ARG with 22 MEU:

BATAAN (LHD)

FORT MCHENRY (LSD)

CARTER HALL (LSD)

GUNSTON HALL (LSD)


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Navy SEALs executing special operations

Explosive Ordnance Disposal teams disabling Improvised Explosive Devices (IEDs)

Navy aircraft providing close air support and electronic attack

Riverine forces securing key waterways

Civil Construction Battalions building critical infrastructure

Individual Augmentees augmenting ground forces

Navy “Boots on Ground”

Contributing to the Joint force in Operation ENDURING FREEDOM (OEF) and Operation IRAQI FREEDOM (OIF)

Ground Forces in Central Command

Iraq - 3,860 Bahrain - 2,890 Kuwait - 1,594 Afghanistan - 3,696 Qatar - 558 Total in CENTCOM: over 12,600


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GWOT Augmentation – Navy’s Biggest Missions

  • 809 JTF HQs (237 RC/573 AC)

  • 634 Support to USMC (19 RC/615 AC)

  • 626 Engineering (RC)

  • 425 Medical (34 RC/391 AC)

  • 345 Detainee Ops (164 RC/181 AC)

  • 384 Training Teams (76 RC/308 AC)

  • 228 Provincial Reconstruction Teams (75 RC/153 AC)

  • 190 Combat Support (86 RC/104 AC)

  • 67 Intel (34 RC/33 AC)

  • 721 JTF HQs (231 RC/490 AC)

  • 260 Detainee Ops (15 RC/245 AC)

  • 217 Electronic Warfare Spt (AC)

  • 155 Support to USMC (RC)

  • 126 C-RAM Support (AC)

  • 109 Airlift Support (76 RC/33 AC)

  • 108 Base Operating Support (3 RC/105 AC)

  • 94 Intel (40 RC/54 AC)

  • 87 Engineering (RC)

  • 77 NAVSPECWAR (RC)

  • 72 Training Teams (34 RC/38 AC)

  • 55 Civil Affairs (19 RC/36 AC)

CENTCOM Overall Totals

~14,000 Ashore

~9,700 Afloat

  • 504 Customs Inspection (492 RC/12 AC)

  • 360 Medical (2 RC/358 AC)

  • 185 Port Security (RC)

  • 112 Law & Order/ Confinement Dets/Working Dogs (101 RC/11 AC)

  • OTHER GLOBAL:

  • 872 Guantanamo (55 RC/817 AC)

  • 292 Medical – Landstuhl (266 RC/26 AC)

  • 130 CENTCOM HQ (56 RC/75 AC)

  • 50 CENTCOM HQ J2 (48 RC/2 AC)

  • 191 JTF HQ (65 RC/126 AC)

  • 126 Base Operating Support (24 RC/102 AC)

  • 47 Comms Det (2 RC/45 AC)

  • 41 Medical (AC)

  • POC: CDR Brett Cottrell, N313 Navy Aug

As of 01 Jun 10


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Navy Support to OEF / OIF

EISENHOWER Carrier Strike Group and Carrier Air Wing 11

BONHOMME RICHARD Expeditionary Strike Group and 11th Marine Exp Unit

9,700 Sailors at Sea in CENTRAL COMMAND

Supporting ground forces . . . and more

Leading Combined Maritime Forces Comprised of 24 Nations

UNCLASSIFIED


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Counter-Piracy Operations

European Union

Turkey

Spain

Greece

Sweden

Netherlands

Italy

Portugal

UK

CTF 151

Turkey

Singapore

ROK

Jordan

U.S.

Pakistan

Australia

Saudi

UK

Denmark

Coordination Partners

Canada

India

Japan

Malaysia

Yemen Coast Guard

Independent Operators

China

Russia

Iran

CTF 150

Germany

France

  • International response

  • Prosecution agreements

  • Commercial ships

    • adopting best practices

  • Continuing sanctuary ashore . . .


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Emerging Missions

Meeting high-end and low-end warfare challenges

  • EW Spectrum control

  • Anti-access

  • Piracy

  • Cyber Warfare

  • BMD

  • Unmanned vehicles

  • Swarm tactics

  • Riverine operations

  • Littoral capability

  • Joint operations

  • Low-tech threats

  • NEO

  • Nuclear proliferation


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Aegis Ballistic Missile Defense

Sea-based mid-course component of the Ballistic Missile Defense System

Intercepts and destroys short- to intermediate-range ballistic missile threats

Sustainable

Forward Deployed

Can pulse additional forces to respond to emergent crises

Defending against established and emergent threats from int’l waters

Maritime Ballistic Missile Defense


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Operation Continuing Promise

Latin America and Caribbean

USNS COMFORT

Pacific Partnership

Oceana and East Asia

USNS RICHARD E BYRD,

USNS MERCY

Africa Partnership Station

East and West Coast of Africa

LSD, DDG, HSV, USCGC

Southern Partnership Station

Latin America and Caribbean

HSV SWIFT, USS OAK HILL

Humanitarian Assistance . . . Beyond Haiti

Using Maritime Power to Reach Out to Those In Need


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Partnership Deployments – building maritime security

Build partner Navy / Coast Guard capacity:

Maritime Security

Resource Protection

Seamanship / Engineering / Medical

U.S. / Coalition Interoperability

Africa Partnership Station

Deployments to East and West Coast

Southern Partnership Station

Caribbean and South America

Building Partnership Capacity

Trust and Cooperation Can Not be Surged


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Maritime Security Force Assistance

Navy Irregular Warfare Office established

Global Maritime Partnerships established

Navy Expeditionary Combat Command (NECC) established

Riverine squadrons re-established

Global Fleet Stations

Combating Irregular Challenges

Irregular Warfare uses the core strengths of seapower in innovative ways to add to the collective knowledge and increase security for our forces and international partners.


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Fighting Two Wars

United States Navy

  • The conventional deterrent force

  • The Nation’s Global Engagement Force

  • A Global Force For Good


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