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DOD Project Manager - Mobile Electric Power . Tactical Electric Power DoD-Wide “Transformation”. Tri-Service Power Expo July 15-17, 2003. Colonel Mark Jones Project Manager - Mobile Electric Power. Program Executive Officer. Combat Support & Combat Service Support. Project Manager

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DOD Project Manager - Mobile Electric Power

Tactical Electric PowerDoD-Wide “Transformation”

Tri-Service Power Expo

July 15-17, 2003

Colonel Mark Jones

Project Manager - Mobile Electric Power

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Program Executive Officer

Combat Support &

Combat Service Support

Project Manager

Mobile Electric Power

Product Manager

Physical Security

Equipment

Product Manager

Test, Measurement &

Diagnostic Equipment

Product Manager

(USMC)

Small Power Sources

Product Manager *

(USA)

Medium Power Sources

Product Manager

(USAF)

Large Power Sources

* Effective FY05

PM MEP

DoD PM / Executive Agent for

“Tactical Power”

Provide a Modernized Department of DefenseStandard Familyof Mobile Electric Power Generating Sources forAll Services For Maximum DOD Component Use. Accomplish this Mission Through a Coordinated Inter-Service Effort to Develop, Acquire, and Support Mobile Electric Power Sources from Small, 0.5kW Man portable Generators to Large, 920kW and Greater Prime Power Systems.

DoDD 4120.11

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2kW thru 920kW Generator Sets & APUs

Current Situation

Marines

Air Force

(6%)

Fielded

Navy

(15%)

Requirements

MIL-STD

TQG

(2%)

Army

Navy

Air Force

Marines

Total

42,341

1,029

6,148

2,698

52,216

66,922

1,604

13,340

5,358

87,224

24,581

575

7,192

2,660

35,008

Army

(77%)

Data Thru Jul 03

Army % Army Qty % Size

Size# Req’dTotal FieldedFielded

2kW 7,623 11.4% 4,771 62.6%

3kW 18,988 28.4% 2,054 10.8%

5kW 13,832 20.7% 6,015 43.5%

10kW 12,449 18.6% 5,984 48.1%

15kW 4,383 6.6% 1,861 42.5%

30kW 3,430 5.1% 1,690 49.3%

60kW 2,848 4.3% 1,087 38.2%

100/200 371 0.6% 0 0.0%

DPGDS 42 0.0% 0 0.0%

APUs 2,956 4.4% 1,119 38.4%

66,922 24,581

News Flash: Two-Thirds

“Highly Digitized C4ISR” Force

… is powered by 1980’s Generators

Average Set Age - Over18.0 Years

Transformation..

MIL-STD = Military Standard

First Generation Gasoline and Diesel Engine Generator Sets

TQG = Tactical Quiet Generator

Second Generation, Modernized, Diesel Engine Generator Sets

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Force Structure

Under-the-Hood Power

AMMPS

Future Power Systems

Transformation SITREP

TQG Fielding

Funded in POM (but only at a moderate level)

Needs Work (aka ~ Tactical Units generally at “Wire Diagram 101”)

Potential – Specific Applications Operational Requirements - TBD

DoD’s Largest Power Program Ever Funded/On-schedule (RFP – Aug 03)

Focus – Needs to be the “System” Tactical System…based on Fuel Cell that uses “JP-8” ~ Total Unknown

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HOOAH !!

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