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Precision Strike Association Summer PEO Forum Precision Strike Capabilities for the Future Battlefields. RADM Tim Heely Program Executive Officer Strike Weapons and Unmanned Aviation 27 July 2005. “Don’t Fight the Next War Like You Fought the Last One”. Battlefield of the Future has Expanded.

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Precision Strike AssociationSummer PEO ForumPrecision Strike Capabilities for the Future Battlefields

RADM Tim Heely

Program Executive Officer

Strike Weapons and Unmanned Aviation

27 July 2005

battlefield of the future has expanded

“Don’t Fight the Next War Like You Fought the Last One”

Battlefield of the Future has Expanded
  • Transitioning from the “Cold War” Mentality
  • Future Threats and Battlefields Include:
    • Littoral Areas
    • “Asymmetric” Threats
    • Global War on Terrorism (GWOT)
    • Time Sensitive Targeting (TST)
  • Requires Flexible Solutions:
    • Precision Guidance
    • Small Warheads – Low Collateral Damage
    • Persistent Intel / Surveillance / Reconnaissance (ISR)
the kill chain is essential to mission success
The Kill Chain is Essential to Mission Success

THIS IS FORCENET

BDA cited by COCOMS as not effective during OIF/OEF Information was collected but CAOC was not capable of analyzing 700 combat sorties / day

CID

Chain of

custody

Self tgt STILL involves CAOC analysis / clearance to fire

CAOC:

Bugsplat

CID

Clearance to Engage

THESE ARE PROGRAMS

FORCENET Is the Enabler That Links the Kill Chain

potential missions targets tcs relocatable targets fixed targets counter wmd gwot hdbt suw

Global Strike Weapon(High Speed Weapon)

Potential missions/targets: TCS, Relocatable Targets, Fixed Targets, Counter-WMD, GWOT, HDBT, SUW, …

“High Speed”

“Hypersonic”

JCIDS

Mach Number

AoA

2

6

10

What it is: A WeaponSYSTEM, NOT just a speed/propulsion…

  • Target Set
  • Launch Platform
  • PK
  • C4ISR ConOps
  • Cost Analysis
  • TRL Assessment

JOINTNESS/Funding

Potential launch platforms: TacAir, Surface Ships, Submarines, Bombers, …

JCIDS

AoA

Notional

Schedule

Milestone B

IOC?

MS B

Studies

RFP

SourceSel

//

FY

05

06

07

08

09

13

14

It all depends on… the CAPABILITIES Required

uav programs of record
UAV Programs of Record

GLOBAL HAWK

BAMS UAV

Two Air Vehicles and Ground Systems Procured

Delivery in FY05 w/modified Sensors

Future: Development of Naval Doctrine

Full and Open Competition Effort

Future: Persistent Maritime and Littoral ISR

J-UCAS

PIONEER

OIF Deployment – 900+ Hours Oct-Nov 04

Target Location, CID, and BDA

Future: New Payloads and Engine

DARPA Project: Penetrating ISR

Weaponized/Network Ready: Carrier Deployable

Future: Multi-service missions - Common Operating System

uav programs of record1
UAV Programs of Record

FIRE SCOUT

EAGLE EYE

USCG Deepwater UAV – acquiring 69 aircraft

Starting in FY06 USMC Developing

CONOPS for use with MV-22

Flight Testing at Webster Field

Future: 4-bladed w/open systems architecture

NEPTUNE

DRAGON EYE

Successful Deployment in OIF

IDIQ Contract – Up to 1026 Units

FY04 – 41 units

FY05 – 45 units plus 40 attrition units

Future: Updated Payload and Propulsion

SOCOM Program: Land/Sea operations – pneumatic catapult launching system,water or skid landing Interchangeable color TV or IR camera

in summary

Weapon Roadmaps will Evolve to Support The Warfighter

In Summary …
  • All Components of the Kill Chain Are Critical
  • Flexibility Remains Key Element to Continued Success
  • We Continue to Align for Joint Warfare -- Globally
  • We Continue to Look for Efficiencies to Recapitalize