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CAPT Robin Russell, PMS 400F Program Manager, Surface Combatants ASNE Tidewater Section Dinner 15 April 2009. THE BRIDGE TO THE FLEET. Overview. Organizational Construct Surface Warfare Enterprise Alignment Team Ships: PEO Ships and SEA 21 AEGIS Fleet Modernization

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CAPT Robin Russell, PMS 400F

Program Manager, Surface Combatants

ASNE Tidewater Section Dinner

15 April 2009

THE BRIDGE TO THE FLEET

slide2

Overview

  • Organizational Construct
    • Surface Warfare Enterprise Alignment
    • Team Ships: PEO Ships and SEA 21
  • AEGIS Fleet Modernization
    • Cruiser Modernization
    • Destroyer Modernization
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Surface Warfare Enterprise

Surface Warfare Enterprise (SWE) Alignment

  • SWE established in 2005 to bring stakeholders together, remove barriers, and more tightly focus efforts in the same direction
  • Recognizing the increasing role of the SWE and the need for a more effective distribution of programs, SEA 21 was established in 2007
  • SEA 21 is focal point for the SWE to ensure today and tomorrow's ships are ready for tasking
    • Flag-level entry point for SWE focused on enterprise issues within NAVSEA and affiliated PEOs
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SALVAGE & DIVING

SEA 00C

ORDNANCE SAFETY

SEA 00V

OFFICE OF THE INSPECTOR GENERAL

SEA 00N

CORPORATE COMMUNICATIONS

SEA 00D

OFFICE OF COUNCIL

SEA 00L

SECURITY PROGRAMS

SEA 00P

SCI/TECH INTELL LIASION

SEA 00G

COMMAND INFORMATION

OFFICER

SEA 00I

NAVAL SYSTEMS

ENGINEERING

SEA 05

COMPTROLLER

SEA 01

LOG, MAINT, &

IND OPS

SEA 04

CORPORATE

OPERATIONS

SEA 10

CONTRACTS

SEA 02

UNDERSEA

WARFARE

SEA 07

NAVAL SURFACE

AND UNDERSEA

WARFARE

CENTERS

NAVSEA Organization

NAVSEA Organization

NUCLEAR

PROPULSION

SEA 08

COMMANDER

NAVAL SEA SYSTEMS COMMAND

SEA 00

Program Executive Office

INTEGRATED

WARFARE SYSTEMS

SHIPS

COMSPAWAR

SYSCOM

(ADDU for C4I)

COMNAVSUP

SYSCOM

(ADDU for LOG SPT)

VICE CDR/DEP CDR FLEET MAINT & MOD SEA 09

EXECUTIVE

DIRECTOR

SEA 00B

NAVAL INNOVATION

LABORATORY DIRECTOR

LITTORAL

& MINE WARFARE

AIRCRAFT

CARRIERS

SUBMARINES

SURFACE

WARFARE

SEA 21

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Team Ships Construct

PEO Ships begins "cradle to grave" responsibility with ship and system research, development, acquisition systems integration, and construction

  • Surface ships then transition to SEA 21 for lifetime support including modernization, inactivation, and transfer to friendly nations or disposal
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AEGIS Fleet Modernization

Why Modernize?

  • Maintain Naval Force to meet National Security Strategy
    • Sustain Force Structure
    • Support Strike Groups within FRP
    • Without modernization, ships decommission early (CG 47 - CG 51)
  • Modernization required for combat relevance
    • Pace the threat
    • OA bridge to future combat systems
    • HM&E improvements to support extended service life
  • All Modernized CGs and DDGs will have common AWS configuration
    • Common configuration = reduced lifecycle cost
    • Aegis Open Architecture provides path to future warfighting upgrades
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CG 52-73

DDG 51 Class

AEGIS Fleet Modernization

Core Combat Systems Modernization

Potential Future

Warfighting Improvements

Modernization

Availabilities

Sea Based

Terminal

NIFCA/SM-6

MH-60R

Full Integration

CIWS 1B

Full Sensor

Integration

Aegis Open Architecture

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AEGIS Fleet Modernization

Improvements in AWS Architecture

ACB 08 Architecture

CR-1 Architecture

ACB 12 Architecture

Potential for

Continued Advances

Network Design

Increased

Maintainability &

Easier Install/Test

Network Design

Less Complex

Architecture

VME Based Computing

Blade Server Based Computing

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AEGIS Fleet Modernization

Ballistic Missile Defense (BMD) – Strategic Priorities

  • Modernize Aegis Combat Systems
    • Remain relevant or decommission
    • Realize through open architecture advantages
    • Ensure 30-35 year ESL is achieved
  • Increase in-stride BMD capacity and capability
    • Strengthen Navy IAMD role
    • Ensure BMD capable ships available
    • Maintain fiscal feasibility
  • Respond to operational demand for BMD
    • Grow BMD capacity
    • Resource RFFs
    • Codify requirements
  • Preserve force structure – Execute and fund AMOD – Increase BMD capacity
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Cruiser Modernization

CG Modernization Program Description

  • Delivers rapid introduction of critical new warfighting capabilities
    • Enhances Air Dominance and C4I through numerous system improvements (CEC, SPY, AWS Improvements, and AN/UYQ-70(V) Consoles)
    • Enhances Gun Weapon System capability (5”/62 Caliber Gun Mounts, Naval Fires Upgrades: Optical Sight and MK 160 Fire Control System)
    • Improves force protection (ESSM, CIWS Block 1B, and SPQ-9B (ASMD))
    • Provides COTS computing architecture as first step to Open Architecture thereby positioning CGs to receive future BMD, air defense, and other upgrades
  • Provides Operational Availability improvements through reduced maintenance and mission life extension
    • Reduces combat system and computer program maintenance costs through baseline commonality and consolidation
    • Achieves mission relevant service life of 35-years (Combat Systems, Smart Ship, All-Electric, Digital Fuel Ctrls, Aviation Mods, Corrosion Ctrl, QoL Improvements)
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HM&E Modernization

All Electric Mods

IBS Upgrade

MCS Upgrades

Structural Modifications

Quality of Life Upgrades

SMARTSHIP Upgrades

Cruiser Modernization

CG Modernization Requirements

BMC4I

CEC

SGS A/C (B/L 2)

CDLMS (B/L 2)

AIR DOMINANCE

OA computer program

OA/COTS computing plant

Radar and Display upgrades

VLS Modifications

FORCE PROTECTION

ESSM

CIWS BLK 1B

SPQ-9B (ASMD)

SARTIS

SQQ-89A(V)15 (B/L 3 & 4)

MK-116 Mod 7 (B/L 2)

GUN WEAPON SYSTEM

(2) 5 inch/62 Guns

MK-160 Gun Computing System

EOSS

B/L 2=CG52-58

B/L 3=CG59-64

B/L 4=CG65-73

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Cruiser Modernization

CG Modernization Work Scope

CIWS Blk 1B

AN/SPS-49 Removed

CEC w/PAAA

MORIAH Windbirds

EOSS (2)

Remove AN/SPS-49 ASRS

AN/SPQ-9B

SARTIS

5” 62 Cal Gun

VLS Upgrade w/ESSM

VLS Upgrade w/ESSM

5” 62 Cal Gun

CDLMS M5

GWS MK 160

-AWS Upgrade

-COTS Processing

-13 MCEs

-Q-70 Consoles

-Add SABTs

-IVDDS

-ORTS/ADS TCDs

ASWCS Mk 116 Mod 7 (B/L 2)

AN/SQQ-89 A(V) 15 w/MFTA (B/L 3&4)

DEML

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Cruiser Modernization

Service Life Upgrade Contribution to Overall Platform Improvement

  • ALL
  • ELECTRIC
  • Removes Waste Heat Boilers
  • Installs Reverse Osmosis Desalination Plant
  • Replaces Steam Galley Equipment with Electric Equipment
  • Replaces Steam Laundry Equipment with Electric Equipment
  • Removes Steam Piping and Valves
  • HM&E
  • UPGRADES
  • WT/Moment Corrections
  • Hull & Deckhouse Structural Mods
  • LM2500 Digital Fuel Control
  • Tank Level Indicator Upgrade
  • Watertight Door Upgrades
  • QUALITY OF SERVICE
  • UPGRADES
  • Corrosion Control Enhancements
  • Stainless Sanitary Space Upgrades
  • CHT System Modifications
  • Learning Resource Center
  • Crew Recreation Complex
  • INTEGRATED SHIP
  • CONTROLS
  • Replaces 1970’s Machinery Control System
  • Replaces 1970’s Ship Control Equipment
  • Installs COTS Based Controls
  • Installs ECTS-N Certified Integrated Bridge System
  • Allows for Fewer Watchstanders

Modernized Cruiser: HM&E and Support Systems allow for Extended Service Life, Increased

Maintainability, Decreased Manning and Improved Quality of Service

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AW

USW

SUW

Cruiser Modernization

CS Upgrade Contribution to Overall Platform Improvement

  • SPQ-9B:
    • Pulse Doppler Radar
    • Increases capability against small targets in clutter environment (Littoral)
    • GWS Sensor
  • AWS/SPY:
    • Improved computing and display capabilities
    • Improves operators ability to recognize surface threats, manage surface picture and engage required targets
    • SPY Horizon Track While Scan, for B/L 3&4, will improve capability to detect small craft and decrease potential to misidentify such targets as clutter
  • MK-34 GWS:
    • Combination of MK-160, Mod 4 Gun and EOSS
    • Increases number of options available to operator for detection and engagement of surface threat
    • Digital fire control and gun improve accuracy of first shot
  • CIWS BLK 1B:
    • IR Sensor
    • Inherent anti-surface capability
  • SPQ-9B:
    • Pulse Doppler Radar
    • Improved capability to detect and track low-flying, high speed, small RCS ASCMs in heavy clutter
    • Integrated to cue SPY Radar and improve overall AWS capabilities against the ASCM threat
  • AWS/SPY:
    • Improved computing and display capabilities
    • Faster processing and greater track capacity
    • SPY OA features improved algorithms for AW processing
    • Improved displays increase operator’s ability to maintain situational awareness and improve ability to discern and act on air threat
  • CEC:
    • Fire control quality data link
    • Allows utilization of off ship sensor data
    • Allows for greater force-wide engagement
  • ESSM:
    • Quick Reaction, relatively short ranged missile
    • Provides increased defense in depth in conjunction with SPQ-9B, upgraded AWS, CEC, SM-2 and CIWS
  • CIWS BLK IB:
    • Increased probability of kill due to tighter firing pattern
  • MK-116 MOD 7 Upgrade (CG 52-58):
    • Improved reliability
    • Increase in level of integration with AWS
    • Mitigates obsolescence issues
  • SQQ-89A(V)15 (CG 59-73):
    • Upgrade for Baselines 3&4
    • Increases ability to detect/engage in both open and shallow water
    • Improved computing and displays
    • Multi-Function Towed Array (MFTA) allows for improved passive ops and bi-static sonar operations
      • MFTA acts as receiver
      • SQS-53 is transmitter
    • Improved torpedo detection capabilities

Modernized Cruiser: Faster Reaction and Improved Engagement Against the Three Dimensional Threat

(Includes Open Architecture enabling more affordable future upgrades)

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Destroyer Modernization

DDG Modernization Program Description

  • Mission: Provide a comprehensive modernization strategy for the DDG 51 Class ships to ensure a mission relevant service life of 35-years
  • Description: Primary objective is to reduce workload and total ship ownership costs via HM&E technology insertion and to provide core combat system open architecture COTS computing environment and warfighting improvements
  • Ships: DDG 51 Class (Flight I & II first, DDG 51 – 78)
  • Employment: Will provide critical foundation for various other SeaPower 21 efforts
  • Status: DDG Modernization is in the planning phase
    • First HM&E Availability scheduled for FY 2010
    • First Combat Systems upgrade scheduled for FY 2012
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C4I

NAVSSI BLK 4

IFF Mode 5

CEC

AIR DOMINANCE

CIC Display Upgrades

Open Architecture Computing Plant

VLS Mods (ESSM)

AWS ACB 12 Computer Program

Multi-Mission SIGPRO

SPY-1D Transmitter Upgrades

Multi-Mission BMD

IABM (SIAP)

SM6/NIFC-CA (IOC FY14)

FCS STAMO Upgrades

FORCE PROTECTION

CIWS-1B

NULKASEWIP

SSTD (ATT) – IOC FY13

MK 54 Torpedo/DFCI

SQQ-89A(V)15 w/MFTA

HM&E Modernization

Full IBNS Upgrade

MCS/DCS Upgrades

GEDMS

Wireless Communications

Digital Video Surveillance

Quality of Life Upgrades

Advanced Galley

Mission Life Extension Upgrades

GUN WEAPON SYSTEM

MK-160 Mod X Gun Computing System

Destroyer Modernization

DDG Modernization Requirements

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Destroyer Modernization

DDG Modernization Work Scope

EOSS

CEC w/PAAA

FCS STAMO Upgrades

FCS STAMO Upgrades

GWS MK 160

CIWS Blk 1B

VLS Upgrade w/ESSM

VLS Upgrade w/ESSM

MMSP

SPY Transmitter

Upgrades

-AWS Upgrade

-COTS Processing

-13 MCEs

-Consoles

-IVDDS

-ORTS/ADS TCDs

AN/SQQ-89 A(V) 15 w/MFTA

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HM&E Upgrades

Quality of Life Upgrades

  • MCS/DCS Upgrades
  • w/ Embedded Onboard Training
  • Digital Video Surveillance
  • System (DVSS)
  • Wireless Communications
  • Crew Recreation/Learning Area
  • Advanced Galley

Upgrade to Full Integrated

Bridge System (IBS)

Destroyer Modernization

Service Life Upgrade Contribution to Overall Platform Improvement

Replace Copper DMS

With GEDMS Fiber Optic LAN

Backbone

Modernized Destroyer: New HM&E support systems allow for achievement of expected service life,

increased maintainability, reduced workload, and improved quality of life

cs upgrade contribution to overall platform improvement

AW

USW

SUW

Destroyer Modernization

CS Upgrade Contribution to Overall Platform Improvement
  • AWS/MULTI-MISSION SIGPRO:
    • Improved computing and display capabilities
    • Improves operators ability to recognize surface threats, manage surface picture and engage required targets
    • Adds BMD mission to class.
    • Add Aegis Littoral Processor to system allowing discerning of air targets against land heavy background clutter along with improved capability to detect small craft and decrease potential to misidentify such targets as clutter.
  • CEC:
    • Fire control quality data link
    • Allows utilization of off ship sensor data
    • Allows for greater force-wide engagement
  • ESSM:
    • Quick Reaction, relatively short ranged missile
    • Provides increased defense in depth in conjunction with SPQ-9B, upgraded AWS, CEC, SM-2 and CIWS
  • CIWS BLK IB:
    • Increased probability of kill due to tighter firing pattern
  • SIAP/IABM:
    • Provides common, integrated air picture intended for use by all forces
    • Improved track picture, decrease in dual tracks, and lower probability of target miss-identification
  • SM-6/NIIFC-CA:
    • Active seeker missile that will provide for engagements at extended ranges
    • Integrated fire control network will improve ranges at which targets may be engaged and potential for larger number of missiles in-flight to defend the force.
  • SQQ-89A(V)15:
    • Upgrade for Flight I and II
    • Increases ability to detect/engage in both open and shallow water
    • Improved computing and displays
    • Multi-Function Towed Array (MFTA) allows for improved passive ops and bi-static sonar operations
      • MFTA acts as receiver
      • SQS-53 is transmitter
    • Improved torpedo detection capabilities
  • OPEN ARCHITECTURE COMPUTING PLANT:
    • Improves ability insert new technologies into
    • platform.
  • AWS/MULTI-MISSION SIGPRO:
  • Improved computing and display capabilities
    • Improves operators ability to recognize surface threats, manage surface picture and engage required targets
    • Add Aegis Littoral Processor to system allowing discerning of air targets against land heavy background clutter along with improved capability to detect small craft and decrease potential to misidentify such targets as clutter.
  • MK-160 FCS:
    • Increases number of options available to operator for detection and engagement of surface threat
    • Digital fire control and gun improve accuracy of first shot
  • CIWS BLK 1B:
    • IR Sensor
    • Inherent anti-surface capability

Modernized Destroyer: Faster Reaction and Improved Engagement Against the Three Dimensional Threat

(Includes Open Architecture enabling more affordable future upgrades)

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Summary

Summary

  • Cruiser Modernization is in the execution phase
    • First HM&E Availability completed Dec 2006
    • First Combat Systems upgrade completed Feb 2009
  • Destroyer Modernization is in the planning phase
    • First HM&E Availability scheduled for FY 2010
    • First Combat Systems upgrade completed for FY 2012