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Navy in JIAMD Programs – The Way Ahead Sea-Based Terminal Working Group Update to NDIA. RDML Brad Hicks Deputy Surface Warfare for Combat Systems/Weapons (N76F) April 7, 2005. Sea Power 21 Missile Defense Operations. UNCLASSIFIED. Sea Shield.

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navy in jiamd programs the way ahead sea based terminal working group update to ndia

Navy in JIAMD Programs – The Way AheadSea-Based Terminal Working Group Update to NDIA

RDML Brad Hicks

Deputy Surface Warfare for Combat Systems/Weapons (N76F)

April 7, 2005

sea power 21 missile defense operations
Sea Power 21 Missile Defense Operations

UNCLASSIFIED

Sea Shield

Provide regional defense for allies and expeditionary forces where land based missile defenses are denied, as well as critical air and seaports

Sea Strike

FORCEnet

Active missile defenses augmented by advances in ISR and INFO OPS (IO) provide high leverage offensive defensive integration in missile defense

Sea Basing

Maintaining the Joint Sea Base sanctuary is the Navy’s highest operational level missile defense priority

Missile defense is a key capability in executing

Sea Power 21 and the National Strategy

UNCLASSIFIED

the challenge
The Challenge

Defense of the Joint Sea Base, APODs,

and SPODs from SRBM & MRBM

  • Analysis defines clear capability gap
    • 2012 MCO-3 (POM 06)
    • 2020 MCO-1 & MCO-2 (PR07)
  • COCOM Priority
  • A potential Navy contribution to a joint BMD solution
the joint missile defense vision
The Joint Missile Defense Vision

AF

Navy

Number of threat TBMs

Army

USMC

Information

Operations

Time

Critical

Strike

Engagement

Offensive IO

TCS for TELs

Missile engagement

Assess Risk

IO Assessment

% TBMs reduced

Assess Risk

TCS Assessment

% TBMs reduced

Assess Risk

Sea Based Terminal Defense

Contributes to Layered Defense

Tier 1 Missile Engagement

SM-3 ABL THAAD

% TBMs reduced

Assess Risk

Tier 2 Missile Engagement

SBT PAC-3

% TBMs reduced

To address…

Reduction in threat TBMs

D+1

D+2

D+3

D+4

D+5

D-DAY

two tier sea based defense
Two Tier Sea Based Defense

Exo-atmosphere

Endo-atmosphere

BMDS

Layered Defense requires Midcourse and Terminal Engagement Capability

Depth of fire needed to achieve desired Pn / Pra

SRBM / depressed trajectories may not allow engagement by exo-atmospheric systems

sbt assessment history
SBT Assessment History
  • FY03 SBT Study
    • Near term focus
    • SM-2 Block IV mod test
  • POM 06 BUR
    • Netted TAMD assessment
    • Included assessment of SBT missile options
  • PR07 Navy SBT way ahead effort
    • TF Missile Defense issue
  • 14 Dec Navy-MDA BOD SBT Brief
    • Significant MDA interest
  • Result was joint Navy-MDA sponsorship of SBT BMD Assessment
sbt assessment charter
SBT Assessment Charter
  • Examine a range of options for SBT systems development
  • Consider ongoing MDA and service programs that could be leveraged for SBT
  • Address need to ensure Joint Assured Access and Defense of Joint Sea Base
  • Assess combat systems options / requirements
  • Present options and assessment to MDA and Navy leadership
sea based terminal bmd assessment working group organization
Sea-Based Terminal BMD AssessmentWorking Group Organization

Assessment Leads

Kevin Apel

CAPT(s) Bill McQuilkin

Technical Leads

Mickey Skamangas

Bill Tropf

MDA (DT, AB, TR, SE, PI, BC)

OPNAV (N76, N70, N81, N2)

USA

USAF

STRATCOM

J8 JTAMDO

AMRDEC

DIA MSIC

SPA

PEO IWS (1.0, 2.0, 3.0, 6.0 7.0)

PEO Ships

NSWC-DD

JHU-APL

SEA 017

Threat Assessment

Steve Peduto

Capabilities-Gaps Analysis

Gary Schnurrpusch

Systems Architecture

Jerry Rogers

Options

CDR Gary May

SBT Working Group

sea based terminal bmd assessment analysis team approach
Sea-Based Terminal BMD AssessmentAnalysis Team Approach
  • Threat Assessment:
    • Define threat space
    • Characterize operational threat environment
  • Capabilities-Gaps Analysis:
    • Quantify operational capabilities & gaps given the BMDS program of record
    • Assess operational contribution of SBT options
  • System Architecture:
    • Characterize Block 2010 BMDS baseline
    • Develop and characterize SBT options
  • Options:
    • Characterize cost, schedule, and riskof selected options

Performanceassessment of SBT options

sea based terminal bmd assessment option assessment criteria u
Sea-Based Terminal BMD AssessmentOption Assessment Criteria (U)

Assessment Criteria

Operational

Performance

Program

  • Availability of assets
  • Mission commonality
  • Adequate number of engagements
  • Complexity of BMC2, communications
  • Risk to assets
  • Engage targets
  • Adequate fire power
  • Defend assets or area (footprint)
  • Maintain battle space
  • Produce effective kill
  • Ability to fill the gap
  • Development status
  • Technical maturity and risk
  • Conceptual Modifications
  • Cost
  • Schedule

Sea-Based Terminal BMD options are assessed on ability to provide robust defense of the Sea Base and forces ashore.

sbt capability functional building blocks
SBT CapabilityFunctional Building Blocks

PLATFORMS

CG / DDG

DDX

Large Ship

CVW TACAIR

WEAPONS

SM-6 Mod

SBMSE

MSE

Marinized THAAD

THAAD

C2BM

Aegis BMD w/ SBT Mods

OA Aegis w/ SBT Mods

DDX w/ SBT Mods

PATRIOT ECS

THAAD C2BM

Airborne Organic C2BM

Airborne Integrated C2BM

SENSORS

Modified SPY-1

Modified DDX DBR

PATRIOT Radar

THAAD Radar

Aircraft Organic Radar

Aircraft IRSTS

sbt option candidate esg s
SBT Option Candidate "ESG"s

Aegis/DDX with SM-6

Aegis/DDX with SBMSE

Aegis/DDX with Marinized THAAD

Surface Combatant Options

Large Ship Embarked PAC-3

Large Ship Embarked THAAD

Large Ship PAC / THAAD Engage on SPY Radar

Embarked System Options

TACAIR with MSE Engaging on own or Aegis Radar

TACAIR Options

sea based terminal bmd assessment status group schedule
Sea-Based Terminal BMD AssessmentStatus / Group Schedule

Refinements

Refinements

Refinements

1/19

2/2

EXCOMM

EXCOMM / BoD

EXCOMM

BoD

2/28

3/28