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Littoral Warfare Product Area Director. Briefing to the NDIA. 20 Oct 2003 Dr. David P. Skinner. COMNAVSEA. WC Policy Board. Board of Visitors. WC BOD. COM NSWC. COM NUWC. Executive WC Staff. TD. TD. PAD. PAD. PAD. PAD. PAD. PAD. PAD. PAD. PAD. PAD. PAD.

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Littoral Warfare

Product Area Director

Briefing to the NDIA

20 Oct 2003

Dr. David P. Skinner

warfare centers components

COMNAVSEA

WC Policy Board

Board of Visitors

WC BOD

COM

NSWC

COM

NUWC

Executive WC Staff

TD

TD

PAD

PAD

PAD

PAD

PAD

PAD

PAD

PAD

PAD

PAD

PAD

Product Area Director

WARFARE CENTERS’ COMPONENTS

Work Assignment Executive

Business Executive

S&T Executive

ADU

Staff

T&E Executive

Workforce Executive

Carderock

Corona

Keyport

Crane

Newport

TOM

TOM

TOM

TOM

TOM

Pt Hueneme

Indian Head

Dahlgren

TOM (Technical Operations Manager) = SES

TOM

TOM

TOM

Integrated Warfare Center

PADs = SES

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THE PRODUCT AREA DIRECTORS (PADS)

Force Level Warfare Systems Tom Pendergraft (DL)

Ships and Ship Systems Randy Reeves (CD)

Surface Ship Combat Systems Charlie Giacchi (PHD)

Littoral Warfare Systems Dave Skinner (DD/CSS)

Navy Strategic Weapons Systems Shelia Young (DL)

Ordnance Steve Mitchell (IHD)

Undersea Warfare Command and Control Systems Don McCormack (NUWC)

Undersea Warfare Weapon and Vehicle Systems Pete Trask (NUWC)

Undersea Warfare Analysis and Integration Don McCormack (acting) (NUWC)

USW Fleet Material Readiness Jim Meng (NUWC/KPT)

Homeland and Force Protection Gene Gallaher (DL)

Surface Warfare Logistics and Maintenance Duane Embree (CD)

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PAD OPERATING PHILOSOPHY

  • The job of the PAD is to set the strategic course

for Littoral Warfare through:

  • Communication
  • Collaboration
  • Shared Vision

In alignment with the Navy & MarCor future

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Littoral Warfare Linkages With Other PA’s

Undersea Warfare

C and C

Surface Warfare

Logistics & Main.

The Littoral Warfare PA Components

Mine

Warfare

Ship & Ship

Systems

Special

Warfare

Surface Ship

Combat Systems

Undersea Warfare

Weapons Vehicles

Expeditionary

Maneuver

Warfare

Undersea Warfare

Analysis and Assessment

Ordnance

Operations In

Extreme

Environments

Homeland and

Force Protection

Force Level

Warfare Systems

Other

Littoral Warfare

Systems

Strategic

Weapon Systems

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Littoral Warfare Product Areaand Sea Power 21

Sea Shield

LCS

Mine Countermeasures

Unmanned Systems

Coastal & Maritime Security

ISR

Diving & Life Support

Sea Trial

Sea Warrior

Sea Strike

FORCEnet

Maritime Special Warfare

Expeditionary Maneuver Warfare

Organic Mine Countermeasures

Unmanned Systems

Deployable Joint C&C (DJC2)

ISR

Mines

Combatant Craft

DJC2

Sea Enterprise

Sea Basing

Strategic Sealift

Maritime Pre-positioned Fleet

Mine Countermeasures

Force Protection

Logistic Systems

sea shield future technologies

Sea Shield

SEA SHIELD Future Technologies
  • Interagency intelligence & communications reach-back systems
  • Organic mine countermeasures
  • Multi-sensor cargo inspection equipment
  • Advanced hull forms & modular mission

payloads

  • Directed energy weapons
  • Autonomous unmanned vehicles
  • Common Undersea Picture
  • Single Integrated Air Picture
  • Distributed Weapons Coordination
  • Theater Missile Defense

Speed will be an ally as linked sensors, high-speed platforms, and improved kill vehicles consolidate area control, including the location and neutralization of mines via state-of-the-art technology on dedicated mine warfare platforms and battle group combatants. Sea Power 21 Projecting Decisive Joint Capabilities, By Admiral Vern Clark, U.S. Navy, Naval Institute Proceedings, October 2002

sea strike future technologies

Sea Strike

SEA STRIKEFuture Technologies
  • Autonomous, organic, long-dwell sensors
  • Integrated national, theater, and force sensors
  • Knowledge-enhancement systems
  • Unmanned combat vehicles
  • Hypersonic missiles
  • Electro-magnetic rail guns
  • Hyper-spectral imaging

Sea Strike capabilities will provide Joint Force Commanders with a potent mix of weapons, ranging from long-range precision strike, to covert land-attack in anti-access environments, to the swift insertion of ground forces. Information superiority will empower us to dominate timelines, foreclose adversary options, and deny enemy sanctuary. Sea Strike operations will be fully integrated into joint campaigns, adding the unique independence, responsiveness, and on-scene endurance of naval forces to joint strike efforts. Sea Power 21 Projecting Decisive Joint Capabilities, By Admiral Vern Clark, U.S. Navy, Naval Institute Proceedings, October 2002

sea basing future technologies

Sea Basing

SEA BASING Future Technologies
  • Enhanced sea-based joint command and control
  • Heavy-equipment transfer capabilities
  • Intra-theater high-speed sealift
  • Improved vertical delivery methods
  • Integrated joint logistics
  • Rotational crewing infrastructure
  • International data-sharing networks

Sea Basing is the core of "Sea Power 21." It is about placing at sea—to a greater extent than ever before—capabilities critical to joint and coalition operational success: offensive and defensive firepower, maneuver forces, command and control, and logistics. By doing so, it minimizes the need to build up forces and supplies ashore, reduces their vulnerability, and enhances operational mobility. It leverages advanced sensor and communications systems, precision ordnance, and weapons reach while prepositioning joint capabilities where they are immediately employable and most decisive. By Vice Admiral Charles W. Moore Jr., U.S. Navy, and Lieutenant General Edward Hanlon Jr., U.S. Marine Corps, Naval Institute Proceedings, January 2003

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MCM Vision

MCM VISION:

Field a Common Set of Unmanned,

Modular MCM Systems Employable

from a Variety of Host Platforms or Shore Sites

that can Quickly Counter the Spectrum

of Mines to Enable Assured Access

with Minimum Risk from Mines

GOALS:

Speed the MCM timeline

Remove the man from the mine field