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  1. Panel Discussion • Real Lethality — Learning fromAfter Action Reports

  2. Session V: Real Lethality – Learning from After Action Reports • Session Moderator:Mr. Dave Broden, Alliant Techsystems • 5:50 p.m. Introduction Presentation • AA53, Cartridge, Caliber 5.56mm Special Ball, Long Range Mk 262 Mod 0 • Mr. Charles Buxton and Mr. Chuck Marsh, Naval Surface Warfare Center, • Crane Division • Guest Panel • Mr. Dennis Conway, U.S. Army TACOM-ARDEC • Mr. Charles Buxton, Naval Surface Warfare Center • LTC Rob Carpenter, USA, PM for Crew Served Weapons • Mr. Rich Audette, U.S. Army TACOM-ARDEC • Mr. Reed Knight, Knights Armaments Inc. • Hays Parks, Department of Army • Lew Farkas, AMSAA

  3. Guest Panel • Mr. Dennis Conway, U.S. Army TACOM-ARDEC • Mr. Charles Buxton, Naval Surface Warfare Center • LTC Rob Carpenter, USA, PM for Crew Served Weapons • Mr. Rich Audette, U.S. Army TACOM-ARDEC • Mr. Reed Knight, Knights Armaments Inc. • Hays Parks, Department of Army • Lew Farkas, AMSAA

  4. Panel Discussion Format • Outline panel topic focus • Each panel members address topic £ 5 minutes • Panel discussions among members • Response to written questions • Open questions • Summary/wrap-up “After Action Reports — Lessons Learned” Addressing Small Arms Lethality/Effectiveness Enhancing the Capability – How – Benefit

  5. Panel Topics • After Action Observations • Are Observations Repeatable or Random? • Concerns Identified • What Has Been Done to Address Concerns? • Analysis Approach • Test Approach • Emerging/Evolving Recommendations

  6. Panel Topics • Observation Area • Weapon(s) • Barrel(s) • Rifling • Ammunition • Projectile • Design • Performance • Caliber • Engagement/Operational Ranges • Target Conditions • Protected • Body Armor • Other • Effectiveness • Data Based • Methodology • Criteria