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Surface Warfare. Global Engagement Through Forward Presence. Maritime Dominance . Land Attack . Theater Air Dominance. Surface Warfare Missions. Amphib Ops. AAW, ASW, ASuW. Strike . MIO/FP. Power Projection!. Baltops. Adriatic Sea. Korea. Black Sea. Sea of Japan

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Surface

Warfare

Global Engagement Through

Forward Presence

Maritime Dominance 

Land Attack 

Theater Air Dominance

slide2

Surface Warfare Missions

Amphib Ops

AAW, ASW, ASuW

Strike

MIO/FP

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Baltops

Adriatic Sea

Korea

Black Sea

Sea of Japan

& Straits of Taiwan

Arabian Gulf

South Med Sea

Red Sea

Caribbean/

Haiti Operations

Somalia

East Pacific

South Atlantic/

UNITAS

We Maintain Freedom of the Seas!

  • Forward Deployed to World Hotspots
  • Key Instrument of U.S. Foreign Policy
slide5

Global War on Terrorism (GWOT)

  • Surface Navy Contributions
  • Superior Readiness – Immediate Response
  • Strike Groups (CSG, ESG, SSG)
  • Theater Missile Defense
  • Maritime Interdiction Operations (MIO)
  • Escort Operations
  • Tomahawk Strike
  • Force Protection
aircraft carriers
Aircraft Carriers
  • Mission
    • to provide credible, sustainable, independent forward presence and conventional deterrence in peacetime
    • to operate as the cornerstone of joint/allied maritime expeditionary forces in times of crisis
    • to operate and support aircraft attacks on enemies, protect friendly forces and engage in sustained independent operations in war
aircraft carriers10
Aircraft Carriers
  • Carry strike and fighter aircraft - AAW
  • Anti-submarine capabilities with helicopters
  • Command and control center of the Carrier Strike Group
    • CRUDESGRU Staff and DESRON Staff embarked
    • Carrier Air Wing and Staff embarked
aircraft carriers11
Aircraft Carriers
  • NIMITZ Class (CVN)
    • Nine operational (CVN 68 - CVN 76)
    • GEORGE H.W. BUSH(CVN 77)under construction
    • Crew size:
      • Ship’s Company - 3,200
      • Air Wing - 2,480
    • Engineering
      • 2 nuclear reactors and 4 shafts
    • Armament:
      • 3 NATO Sea Sparrow launchers
      • 20mm Phalanx CIWS mounts (3 vs. 4 on later ships)
nimitz class
NIMITZ Class
  • Speed
    • 30+ knots
  • Aircraft total
    • 85
  • Cost
    • $4.5 billion each
cruisers
Cruisers
  • Mission
    • multi-mission (AAW, ASW, ASUW, STRIKE, COMMAND and CONTROL)
    • support Carrier Strike Groups or Amphibious Forces, Flagships for surface action groups, and may operate independently
      • ADC/SHOTGUN/MIO/PLANE GUARD
      • NSFS
    • Theater Ballistic Missile Defense platforms (comprised of 2 ships w/SM-3)
ticonderoga class
TICONDEROGA Class
  • 27 ships (CG 47 - 73)
    • Crew size:
      • Officers - 24
      • Enlisted - 340
    • Engineering
      • 4 GE LM2500 Gas Turbine engines, 2 shafts
    • Aircraft:
      • 2 SH-60 (all other classes)
    • Speed:
      • 30+ knots
    • Cost: $1 billion each
ticonderoga class16
TICONDEROGA Class
  • AEGIS WEAPONS SYSTEM (AWS)
    • AN/SPY-1B Radar
      • Track up to 900 contacts at distance of up to 256 nm
    • MK 41 VLS
      • 122 MISSILE CELLS
        • TOMAHAWKS, SM2’S, VLA
    • 8 HARPOON
    • 2 MK 45 5’54” GUNS
    • 2 MK 15 CIWS Mounts
    • MK 48 Torpedoes
    • 2 SH-60B HELOS
      • Hellfire
      • Penguin missiles
arleigh burke class
ARLEIGH BURKE Class
  • Mission
    • Safeguard larger ships in fleet/Battle Group
      • MIO/Independent OPS/Plane Guard
    • Primarily ASW platform
    • Can perform multi-missions (ASW, AAW, ASUW, STRIKE, NSFS)
burke class
BURKE Class
  • 50 ships in the fleet today (DDG 51 - 101)
  • 6 ships currently under construction (DDG 101 - 105)
    • Crew size:
      • Officers - 23
      • Enlisted - 300
    • Engineering
      • 4 GE LM2500 Gas Turbine engines, 2 shafts
    • Aircraft:
      • DDG 51-78: none but coordinate efforts with SH-60s for ASW
      • DDG 79-105: embark 2 SH-60Bs
    • Speed:
      • 30+ knots
burke class20
Burke Class
  • AEGIS WEAPONS SYSTEM (AWS)
    • AN/SPY-1D Radar
    • 90 MISSILE CELLS
      • SM2, TOMAHAWK
    • 8 Harpoon
    • 6 MK-46 Torpedoes
    • 1 MK 45 5’54” Gun Mount
    • 2 20mm CIWS Mounts
      • Flight IIA (DDG 79-105):
      • Hangar to support helos
perry class
PERRY Class
  • Mission
    • ASW for amphibious expeditionary forces, underway replenishment groups, and merchant convoys
    • Drug Ops
    • limited role in AAW, ASW, ASUW, ESCORT DUTY
perry class23
PERRY Class
  • 30 ships in the fleet today (FFG 8 - 61)
    • Crew size:
      • Officers - 13
      • Enlisted - 287
    • Engineering
      • 2 GE LM2500 Gas Turbine engines, 1 shaft, 2 Auxiliary Propulsion Units
    • Aircraft:
      • 2 SH-60s / 1 SH-2 (varies with platform)
    • Speed:
      • 30+ knots
perry class24
PERRY Class
  • WEAPONS SYSTEM
    • 76MM Gun
    • 1 20mm CIWS Mount
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AMPHIBIOUS WARFARE

LHA/LHD

LPD

LSD

LCAC

LCM/LCU

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LHA-1/LHD-1

PRIMARY LANDING SHIPS FOR MEU ASSAULT OPS

AMPHIBIOUS ASSAULT

tarawa class lha 1
TARAWA Class (LHA-1)
  • 5 total (LHA 1-5)
  • Older but effective
  • combine operations with LPD and LSD
  • medical, C&C, cargo
  • 2 boilers, 2 shafts, 24 kts max
  • ship’s company = 82 O/883 E
  • transport 1,900 troops
  • 22 helicopters and 6 Harriers
  • 4 LCUs or 1 LCAC
  • 2 RAM launchers, 2 CIWS, 6 25mm guns
wasp class lhd 1
WASP Class (LHD-1)
  • 6 total (LHD 1-6)
  • Newer version of LHA
  • expanded medical, C&C, LCACs
  • 2 boilers, 2 shafts, 22kts
  • ship’s company = 104 O/ 1,004 E
  • transport 1,894 troops
  • 2 LCUs or 3 LCACs
  • 30 helicopters and 6-8 Harriers
  • 2 NATO Sea Sparrow launchers, 3 CIWS mounts, eight 50 cal machine guns
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LPD - 4

AUSTIN CLASS

AMPHIBIOUS TRANSPORT DOCK

TROOP ( EQUIPMENT, VEHICLES) TRANSPORT

LPD - 17 SAN ANTONIO CLASS

austin class lpd 4
AUSTIN Class (LPD-4)
  • 11 ships total (LPD 4-15)
  • 2 boilers, 2 shafts, 21 kts max
  • ship’s company = 24 O/396 E
  • transport 900 troops
  • 6 CH-46
  • 1 LCU or 2 LCAC
  • 2 25mm guns, 2 CIWS, 8 50 cal guns
san antonio class lpd 17
SAN ANTONIO Class (LPD-17)
  • 2 Ships commissioned
  • 8 to be built
    • state-of-the-art self defense caps
    • Command and Control upgrade
    • quality of life
  • 4 turbo diesels, 2 shafts, 22+ kts
  • ship’s company = 32 O/463 E
  • transport 720 troops
  • 4 CH-46 / 2 MV-22
  • 1 LCU or 2 LCAC
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LSD

ANCHORAGE CLASS

WHIDBEY ISLAND CLASS

HARPERS FERRY CLASS

DOCK LANDING SHIP

SUPPORT AMPHIBIOUS OPS INCLUDING LCAC, LCU, AND HELO LANDINGS

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LCU

LANDING CRAFT UTILLITY

TRANSPORT EQUIPMENT AND PERSONNEL FROM SHIP/SHORE

lcu 1610 1627 1646 class
LCU 1610, 1627, 1646 Class
  • Landing craft used in WWII
  • 2 diesels, 2 shafts, 11 kts
    • 1800 miles at 8 kts
  • 125 tons of cargo / 13 HMMWVs
  • ship’s company = 1 CPO/13 E
  • troop transport - 440
  • two 12.7 mm guns
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LCAC

LANDING CRAFT AIR CUSHION

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LCAC
  • Mission - High Speed Transport
    • over the horizon capability
    • achieve tactical surprise
    • no concerns with tidal conditions
    • can challenge obstacles up to 4 ft in height
  • 50+ knots
  • carry 24 troops and 60-75 tons of rolling stock (9 HMMWVs)
  • stock of personal weapons - 9mm
avenger class mcm 1
AVENGER Class (MCM-1)
  • Mine Countermeasures Ship
  • Clear mines from vital waterways
  • Class designed as mine hunter-killers capable of finding, classifying, and destroying moored and bottom mines
    • use sonar and video systems, cable cutters and mine detonating device released/detonated via remote control
  • 14 ships total (MCM 1-14)
  • 4 diesels, 2 shafts, 14 kts
  • ship’s company = 8 O/ 76 E
  • two 50 cal guns
osprey class mhc 51
OSPREY Class (MHC-51)
  • Clear mines from vital waterways
  • Class designed as mine hunter-killers capable of finding, classifying, and destroying moored and bottom mines
    • 15 Day endurance
    • utilize sonar and video systems, cable cutters and mine detonating device released/detonated via remote control
  • 12 ships total (MCH 51-62)
  • 2 diesels, 2 shafts, 10 kts
  • ship’s company = 5 O/ 46 E
  • two 50 cal guns
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DD (X)
  • In development stages
  • Part of a family of new ships
    • Cruiser
    • Amphib
    • Littoral

Combat Ship

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DD (X)
  • 5’54 Gun
  • Tomahawk
  • Sea Sparrow
  • Advanced Land Attack Missile
  • Small radar cross-section
  • Quiet