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Guns and. Ammunition Systems. Rockets and. Missiles. Future. TBD. Dave Broden. Brian Berger ... Guns and Ammunition. Missiles and Rockets ...

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armament division
Armament Division
  • National Defense Industrial Association (NDIA)
  • Armament Division
  • 2004 Division Status
  • 12-16 April 2004

Guns and Ammunition, Missiles and Rockets

the links who what why
The Links – Who, What, Why

National Defense Industrial Association

• All services

• Industry

• Jointness

• International

• Worldwide Threats

• Homeland Defense

• Readiness

• Technology and Operational Superiority

• Communication

• Sharing

• Jointness

• Linking Governmentand Industry

• Industry Organization

• Spokesman for Industry

• Industry Voice

• Resources

An Organization Ensuring Strength Through Industry and Technology

bottom line
Bottom Line
  • NDIA Focus  Responsive to Industry/DoD Community  Ensures Relevance
  • Armament Division Focus
    • Expanded participation encouraged
    • Resource for Government and industry
    • Linked to key DOD and service strategies
    • Capture “lessons learned”  ensures readiness  shapes future
    • Encouraging leverage of complementary systems
    • Effective use of exhibits, demonstrations, and tours

Addressing Issues Critical to Small Arms

Establishing Vision for 21st Century Relevance

Applying Synergisms to Meet Transformation/Future Goals

leadership
Leadership

Objective: Coordinated Focus and Vision for Armament Systems

Armaments Division

Dave Broden

Committees

Small Arms Systems

Guns andAmmunition Systems

Rockets andMissiles

FutureTBD

Brian Berger

Don Guziewicz

Bob Foster

TBD

Themes, areasdiscussed; nospecific action

Responsive Organization – Ensures Relevance

Scope – Area of Interest – Responsibility

Definition Clarity

Expanding Cooperation with Related Sections

committee scope
Individual weapon(s)

Crew served weapon(s)(e.g.,  40mm)

Ammunition

Enhanced

“Green”

Full life cycle

Supportability

Training

Logistics

System integration

Target Acquisition/Fire Control System (TA/FCS)

Networked capabilities

Non lethal

Homeland Defense systems

Tactical missiles and rockets

Shoulder fired systems

Ground launched

Aircraft/helicopter launched

Precision systems

System integration

Manned/robotic

Life cycle

Committee Scope

Small Arms Systems

Guns and Ammunition

Missiles and Rockets

  • Medium caliber systems
  • Tank systems
  • Mortar systems
  • Artillery
  • Naval gun systems
  • Aircraft/helicopter systems
  • Precision systems
  • Platform integration
  • Manned/robotic
  • System integration
  • TA/FCS
  • Supportability
  • Life cycle

Common Enabling Technologies, Modeling/Simulation, Man-Tech

Links to Other Committees

armament division attendance summary
Armament Division Attendance Summary

International Symposium

529

486

411

400+

386

Growth

Objective

355

351

351

343

322

316

298

287

Attendance

300

~130+

120

147

1997 & 1998

1999

2000

2001

2002

2003

1999

2000

2001

2002

2003

2000

2001

2002

2003

Small Arms

Guns and Ammunition

Missiles and Rockets

Core

Attendance

350+

325+

Solid Growth Trend

Interest and Commitment = Growth

2004 symposium
2004 Symposium

Guns and Ammunition

Missiles and Rockets

  • Pushing technology envelope • Adding functions
  • Pushing integration envelope • Manned and robotic applications
  • Capability focused complementary integrated systems
  • Address key force multipliers
    • Precision – Situation awareness
    • Mobility – Lethality
    • Communication
  • Planning and implementing Spiral Development

Adaptations for Success: Joint Programs, Operations, and Missions

Addressing the Theme!

• Joint Capability

• Joint Requirements

Applying Common Technologies and Integrated Systems

Enabling an Integrated Joint Force Capability

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Joint Services: Defining and Executing the Change
  • Industry: Ensuring Technology and Product Availability – Evolution

Asymmetric Threats

Joint Operations

Joint Requirements

Transformation Initiative

Simultaneously

Changing the Force

Responsiveness – Technology – Capability

and

Maintaining Readiness

of

Existing Forces

Readiness

Industry Responding to Joint Force Needs

multiple activity shaping the future force
Multiple Activity Shaping the Future Force

Transformation Initiatives

Future Force

• Technology superiority

• Operational responsiveness

– Flexibility

Technology Change

Ensure

Today

“Lessons Learned”

Readiness

Current Force Capability – Readiness

panel discussions
Convergence

of

Rocket/Missile

Technology

and

Gun/Ammunition

Technology

“Lessons Learned”

“After Action Report”

Applying “Lessons Learned”

to Evolving Armament

Requirements – Technology – Products

and

Applications

• Successes

• Issues

• Needs – Enhancements

Panel Discussions

2003

2004

Panel Discussions Add Meeting Focus/Depth

small arms systems
Joint Force operations and capability

Response to asymmetric threats

Adapt systems and technology for operational flexibility — Jointness

Responsiveness

Push technology envelope(s)

Push integration efficiencies

Add functional capabilities

Introduce new systems

Small Arms Systems

Meeting the Needs of Our Joint Ground Forces in the Fight Against Terrorism and Developing the Tools for Future Combat

Address and Focus on the Theme

DoD and Homeland Defense Capabilities

“Lessons Learned” — Responsive Force — Jointness — Technology Change

Shape the Future

armament division success
Armament Division Success

Guns and Ammunition/Missiles and Rockets

Small Arms Committee

Value Added Has Been Demonstrated

Leadership to Strengthen the Armament Community

Challenge: Applying Technology, Systems for Future Force

Ensuring Readiness . . . . Advancing Superior Capability

Symposium Benefits Confirmed

Increasing Interest/Participation

symposium observations
Symposium Observations
  • Improved links to DoD and service thrusts and initiatives
  • Interest in “after action reports” — “lessons learned”  industryresponsiveness
  • Observed interest in systems level presentation vs. technologyunless technology offers payoff vision
  • Presentation quality and “So What” message has improved — addsvalue
  • Increased industry sensitivity to intellectual property positions limiting topics from industry
    • Need to work beyond this topic
  • Industry leadership on presentations is lagging DoD/service PMs, centers, labs in some areas  need increased industry thrusts
important emerging ndia division role
Important Emerging NDIA Division Role
  • Enable effective communication of “after action reports” lessons learned

and

  • Provide forum for dialogue and focus

to

  • Realize appropriate changes
    • Capability improvements
    • Corrective actions
    • Technology insertion
    • New systems

Approach: – Special symposium, special studies, Government/ industry study groups, integrate with symposiums

– Applying NDIA resource of Government and industry

armament division 2004
Armament Division 2004
  • Ensuring Relevance
    • Evolve executive committee
      • Integrate relevant organization(s) for future
        • Industry
        • Government
    • Reshape and define division charters to ensure relevance/clarity
    • Symposium themes
      • Future “vision” focus
      • Support readiness topics
    • Symposium content
      • Include emerging technology and capability
      • Panels
      • Interactive format
      • Increase industry presentations and messages
    • Attendees
      • Participation is growing resource

Armament Division is Key to Current and Future Force Capability

ndia international symposium links
NDIA International Symposium Links
  • Objective: International cooperation and integration of symposiums benefiting industry and Department of Defense to encourage partnerships for development, production, and interoperability
  • Approach: • Coordination of NDIA Armament Division programs with “Symposium at Shrivenham” The Royal Military College of Science
  • • Common presentations and panel participants is a strong “open door” resource

European Small Arms and Cannon Symposium

August 2004

ndia communications
NDIA Communications
  • National Defense Magazine
    • Emphasis on relevant and timely topics
    • Frequently source of media, DoD, and Congressional reference
  • Website
    • Symposium presentations available — attendee access
    • Complementary information
    • Full list of activity
  • Top public policy issues — prioritized — addressed to Congress — strengthen the community

NDIA Messages and Content Has Impact

and

Website Used Extensively as Resource

2004 top defense issues
2004 Top Defense Issues
  • Issue 1: Funding America’s Defense for Wartime and Transformation
  • Issue 2: Supporting the Defense Industrial Base
  • Issue 3: Focus on Human Capital
  • Issue 4: Ethical Conduct in Federal Procurements

NDIA Board of Directors Approved Focus

Established by Government Policy Advisory Committee

leadership vision
Leadership Vision
  • NDIA Armament Division Is:
    • A relevant voice and forum
    • Responsive to DoD community and industry challenges
    • A forum for DoD/industry interaction discussion of “lessons learned” and needs
    • Supporting national defense through people resources, networking, and symposiums
    • Transforming to ensure relevance to changing military, geopolitical environments, and technology

The NDIA Community is the

Resource of Choice For Excellence in

National Defense Topics/Communications