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Air Armament Center

Readying Air ForcesFor NetworkCentric Weapons 19 Nov 03 Chris Anzalone, Brig Gen, USAFDeputy Commander for SupportAir Armament Center, Eglin AFB FL

Development, Acquisition, Testing, Deployment,

and Sustainment of all air-delivered weapons

I n t e g r i t y - S e r v i c e - E x c e l l e n c e



Hmmmm
Hmmmm…

“Bummer of a birthmark, Hal”


Overview
Overview

Why Am I Here

Present my vision of

Network Centric Weapons

I’ll Discuss

Meeting Network Challenges

Potential Weapons Candidates

Impact on Ranges and Targets


2002 challenges
2002 Challenges

  • Mission Planning Systems

    • Retarget In Flight Via Machine-to-Machine Interfaces

  • Rules of Engagement (ROE)

    • Passive vs Active Control Measures

  • Collateral Damage (Constant Consideration)

    – SDB (250lb class) w/greater precision

  • Need to Measure Effects Real-Time

    • Capability to Loiter (ex. WASAAM) Persistent Area Dominance

  • Our Test and Training Ranges Must Transform to be able to Meet These Challenges

    • Intersect w/JTRS


Current stovepipes

JTRS

LINK 16

MSTCS

TEST

TRAINING

OPERATIONS

Current Stovepipes

GPS

RAP

ACMI


Strategy equal ts

J

G

R

C

S

P

Maximize

MRTFB

Scheduling

Throttles

Remember:

Today’s Testing = Tomorrow’s Training!

Strategy - “Equal Ts”

  • Future Flight Ops

    • 100% Test

    • 100% Training

TESTING

Modernization

For Tomorrow

NATIONAL

SECURITY

PIPELINES

Sustained

Warfighter Success

TRAINING

Readiness

For Today

Testing + Training Capacity< Range Capacity



Network enabled weapons
Network-Enabled Weapons

With Ability To:

Loiter

Search

Identify

Prosecute

Report


Potential candidates

QF-4

JDAM

JASSM

Hypersonic Cruise Missile

Potential Candidates

Current Inventory

Postulated

BQM-167A

WASAAMM


Candidates
Candidates

WEAPONS

JASSM JSOW

Tomahawk

Harpoon

ER Guided Munition

JDAM SDB

SLAM-ER

AARGM WCMD

WASAAMM

Hyper CM

AGM-130

NLOS-LS

Others

RANGE

SYSTEMS

P5 CTS

EnRAP

TARGETS

BQM-74

BQM-34

QF-4

AST


Aac summit vi march 2004
AAC Summit VIMarch 2004

  • Networked Operations Subpanel

    • Networked Weapons Requirement (TDL-T CDD)

    • JTRS


What if
What If…

Internet Protocol-Centric Network


2003 challenges
2003 Challenges

  • Defining and Assessing Desired Effects

    • Weapon Sends Back Battlefield Effect at Impact

  • Service Interoperability

    • Operational/Training/Test Systems Use Common Data Interface

  • Coalition Integration on a Weapon – Centric Network

Today's Testing is

Tomorrow’s Training is

Next Week’s Operations


2003 challenges cont d
2003 Challenges (cont’d)

  • Enhanced Range Application Program (EnRAP)

  • Joint Tactical Radio System (JTRS)/Link 16 Integration

  • Joint National Training Capability (JNTC)

  • Weapons

    • Legacy, JASSM, SDB

  • Low Cost Interface to Space


Air Armament Center

Questions?Chris Anzalone, Brig Gen, USAFDeputy Commander for SupportAir Armament Center, Eglin AFB FL

Development, Acquisition, Testing, Deployment,

and Sustainment of all air-delivered weapons

I n t e g r i t y - S e r v i c e - E x c e l l e n c e


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