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Capabilities Integration Directorate. AAC/XR Industry Day 2008 Brief. Dr. John Corley, Director, AAC/XR Capabilities Integration Directorate 850-883-5905 DSN 875-5905 john.corley@eglin.af.mil.

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    1. Capabilities Integration Directorate AAC/XR Industry Day 2008 Brief Dr. John Corley, Director, AAC/XR Capabilities Integration Directorate 850-883-5905 DSN 875-5905 john.corley@eglin.af.mil DISTRIBUTION STATEMENT A: Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited. Capabilities Integration Directorate ABW/PA #02-13-08-070

    2. Outline • Mission/Vision • AAC Organization Overview • XR Processes • Key Initiatives • Look Ahead 2

    3. Our Mission/Vision Mission: Deliver superior Armament Enterprise support through preeminent Capabilities Development, Technology Transition, Enterprise Management, and Intelligence Integration for creating war-winning expeditionary capabilities Vision: Creating War-Winning Expeditionary Capabilities Armament Program - Birthing Organization ….For Creating War-Winning expeditionary capabilities 3

    4. AAC Organization Air Armament Center - AAC Maj Gen Eidsaune Deputy For Support Brig Gen Wilson Deputy For Acquisition Ms Stokley Center Staff 96th Air Base Wing 46th Test Wing 53d Wing (ACC OT) 33d Fighter Wing (ACC) EN XR Dr Corley 308th Armament Systems WingDr Simpson 46th Maint. Group (MXG) 46th Operations Group (OG) PK XP AF Seek Eagle Office (SK) 46th Test Group (TG-Holloman) PA SE Technical Directorate (TS) Plans Office (XP) FM JA DP IG

    5. AAC/XR Org Structure As of: 11 Feb 08 Director: Dr Corley Exec: Capt Taylor Admin: Ms Mathis Security: Mr Bashara Business Operations: Ms Morales Tech Director: Mr Estep Deputy Director: Lt Col Evans Intel Capability Development Acquisition Intel (A2) Acting Chief: Lt Col Hambleton Deputy: Mr Schroeder Capability Development (A5) Chief: Mr Barrett Tech Lead: Mr Irons Deputy: Mr Nelson Directed Energy HDBT Adv Concepts Cross Enterprise

    6. Production & Deployment Operations & Support SD&D Acquisition Process: XR Role Dual Role- BOTH Acquisition & Integrated Staff AAC EXAMPLE: Program Initiation FOC IOC A B C Requirement Generation Concept Refinement Technology Development Overlap Overlap Pre-Systems Acquisition System Acq Sustainment • AAC/XR : • Initial Program Cadres • Quick Reaction Pgms • Helps Guide AFRL Investment ALCs

    7. Developmental Planning AOR • JCIDS • I-CRRA Support • Pre-Milestone A • Guide Investment Decisions • Pre-Milestone B • Launch High Confidence Programs Concept Development Tech Transition Program Development Analysis

    8. Capability/Requirement Awareness • AAC/XR Reviews: • Annual Planning and Programming Guidance • Bi-Annual CRRA report(s) • COCOM Integrated Priority Lists • Air Force CONOPs & Scenarios • JCIDS documents • Quadrennial Defense Review • AAC/XR Maintains: • Dialogue with MAJCOMs/COCOMs • Awareness of Emerging Threats

    9. Technology Awareness • Interchanges with the S&T Community • Technical Conferences, Symposia, Workshops • Industry Dialogue (IRAD reviews, Site Visits, RFIs) • Media (Publications, Journals, Broadcasts, Internet) • Insensitive Munitions Strategic Plan • Small Business Innovative Research • Support PEO/TEO Reviews • Support Hunter-Gatherer Process • Research Programs (Industry, Laboratory) “linked” to XR/308th Capability Needs • Provides Better Alignment of R&D to Documented Capability Needs • Monitor Industrial Base Assessment

    10. Concept Development • Maintain munitions database • Existing Weapons • Spiral Developments • Emerging technologies/concepts • Annual Weapons File • Participate In/Support MAJCOM AoAs • Advisors to MAJCOMs/COCOMs/Air Staff • Advisors to Industry • Sponsor Trade Studies

    11. Analysis • Modeling and Simulation of New Concepts • Identify Potential “Game Changers” • Identify/Develop/Maintain Tools for Quick Analysis: • Effects => Capability => Attribute • Real time/Reactive/Rigorous • Optimize Across the Entire Kill Chain • FSA & AoA Support

    12. Program Development at AAC • Support Potential New Start POM Builds • Develop JCTD Candidate Submissions • Mature Promising Concepts • Risk Reduction • System of Systems Definition • Prototype Development • Environmental Characterization

    13. USD(AT&L) Policy Letter, 19 Sep 07Prototyping and Competition “…all acquisition strategies requiring USD(AT&L) approval must be formulated to include competitive, technically mature prototyping through MS B.” “The Department needs to discover issues before the costly System Design and Development (SDD) phase. During SDD, large teams should be producing detailed manufacturing designs—not solving myriad technical issues.”

    14. AAC Integrated Assessment Tools Technology Readiness Assessment Cost Sufficiency Review Systems Engineering Assessment Sufficiency Review Logistics Health Assessment (LHA) Probability of Program Success (PoPS) Manufacturing Readiness Assessment

    15. Program Development Process • Form an IPT (members as applicable) • Program Management, Cost analyst/cost engineer, ACE, Warfighter, Developmental Test, Systems Engineering, Research Lab, AFOTEC, SEEK EAGLE, US Army/US Navy, Subject matter experts (SMEs) • Define the Concept/Determine requirements • Technology Readiness Assessment • Manufacturing Readiness Assessment • Logistics Health Assessment • Draft Acquisition Strategy • Develop the Test/Test Asset Matrix • Develop the Program Acquisition Schedule • Risk Assessment • Systems Engineering Assessment (SEA) • Probability of Program Success (PoPS) Assessment • Develop Cost Estimate • Cost Sufficiency Review • Sufficiency Review

    16. Key Initiatives • Eglin Steel Producibility Enhancement (ESPE) • Advanced Penetrators • Active Denial System (ADS) • Counter-Electronics High Power Microwave (CE-HPM) • BRU-69/AMulti-Purpose Bomb Rack (MPBR)

    17. Eglin Steel Producibility Enhancement • Overview • 5000 lb Penetrator • Gravity dropped • Fulfills existing BLU-122 requirement • Strategy • Conduct 2 year Manufacturing Readiness Maturity Project, FY08-09 • AAC-AFRL Team • Contracts to 2-3 Steel Vendors/Teams • Refine/Document the Eglin Steel Producibility Enhancement Manufacturing Process • Resolve Eglin Steel Producibility issue in BLU-122 wall-thickness • SDD, FY10 POM Submission • Full/Open Competition • Demonstrate Refined Process • Modify/Test Tailkit Software to add SAASM

    18. Advanced Penetrators • Overview • 1000-2000 lb Penetrator • Gravity dropped and/or Boosted • Penetrator Capability for Next Generation Fighter • Strategy • Leverage AFRL & Industry Concepts • Risk Reduction/Analysis • Potential Program Paths • JCTD – FY10 • QRC-type Capability – FY10 • TD/SDD - FY12 POM Submission

    19. Active Denial System (ADS) • Overview • Repels Adversary Without Causing Injury • RF Energy Source • Small Arms Range ++ • Improved Force Protection • Strategy • Bridge Effort, FY08-09 • FY10 POM Submission • Future Spirals

    20. Counter Electronics HPM(CE-HPM) • Overview • Packaged in inventory munitions mold line (goal) • Weapon services multiple targets • Established effectiveness in realistic scenarios • Selective target engagement • Strategy • Industry Technology Assessment, FY08 • Potential JCTD submission • FY12 POM Submission

    21. BRU-69/AMulti-Purpose Bomb Rack (MPBR) • Overview • Becomes standard multi-purpose rack • Compatible w/smart weapons • Non-pyrotechnic stores • Aircraft – F/A-18 A/B/C/D, F-18 E/F, F-16 (Threshold); F-35 A/B/C, E/A-18G, UAS, A-10 (Objective) • BRU-55/57 ICD and UAI Compliant • Mil-Std 1760 Class 1 and JMMI Interface • Strategy • Navy is lead service • Navy awards contract by Fall 2008 • AF “piggy-backs” on effort in FY09 • AF aircraft integration: Form, Fit, Function

    22. Capabilities Integration Directorate XR Leads The Way! The Foundation For War Winning Capabilities . . . On Time, On Cost Capabilities Integration Directorate ABW/PA #02-13-08-070