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EXPEDITIONARY ADVANCE

Cross Functional
BASE OPERATIONS

C2 / ISR
Force Protection
Fires
Maneuver
Logistics
WARGAME TOOLKIT & FUTURE OPTIONS
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Wargame Tool-Kit (November 2016)
(Disclaimer: The content presented is provided to illustrate the art of the possible and does not imply DOD endorsement)

Cross Functional
Due to the amount of quad slides contained in this toolkit, not all capabilities are annotated in this contents page.
CROSS-FUNCTIONAL: FIRES:
- Company Landing Team - Compact Laser Weapon System (CLWS)
- GuSS - Laser Weapon Module
- ARES - High –powered microwave
- TERN - ASCM battery (floating or ashore)
- ASW/ASUW Hunter Killer / Pouncer Team - TLAM
- MK VI Patrol Boat - Tethered ASROC, ASW
- MQ-9E Predator UAS - Box O’Rockets

C2 / ISR
- MV22 Weaponized Hunting Osprey - Rail-gun battery (floating or ashore)
- Seaplane - HIMARS Battery (w/ATACMs)
- Maneuver Support Vessels US Army MSV (Surf Connector) - Multi-missile HIMARS
- Autonomous Littoral Connector MANEUVER:
- Ferret - Airships

Force Protection
- SWARM - US Army connectors (MSV)
C2: - US Navy connectors
- Laser communications - Host Nation connectors
- Light communications - JHSV (Heavy)
- Stalker - Submersible Support Vessel
- AN/TPS-80 G/ATOR - LARC-XV (Modified)
- Bi/Multi-Static Sonar - STOVL and RW FARP Barges
- Bi/Multi-Static Frequency Sonar LOGISTICS:
- UTAC - Floating KMAX
- Covert AUV Ghost Swimmer - Picatinny Pallet

Fires
- Low signature intra-base WANs - Motorized Floating Containers
- Solar powered UAS (“router in the sky”) - Water Purification System Barge
- Remote Control of EAB Nodes - Supply Glider
- STALKER - Hybrid Energy Trailer ITV
FORCE PROTECTION: - Autonomous Littoral Connector

Maneuver
- GBAD - Additive Manufacturing
- Point Air Defense Battery - GPS Air-drop for austere sites
- EX MCM Company - STUFT
- USV - Barges
- Counter UAS - Ground Renewable Expeditionary Energy
- Containerization of assets - Foot Mobile Battery Charger

Logistics
- Joint MILDEC - RE-Arming Barges
- Cover / Conceal / Decoy applications - Repair Barges
- SeaMod (floating concrete platforms)
UNCLASSIFIED

Expeditionary Advance Base Operations
Notional Operational View

Cross Functional
C2 / ISR
Force Protection
Fires
Maneuver
Logistics
UNCLASSIFIED

Company Landing Team

Cross Functional
Concept of Operations
 EAB Ops transcends weapons and platforms
 These “things” must be manned and protected -

C2 / ISR
even in Phases 0 and 1
 Distributed general purpose tactical formations must
contribute to the achievement of strategic objectives
 Marines on the ground carry the nation’s message

Force Protection
 A reinforced rifle company might not always be the
answer….
 Fires Landing Team?
 Logistics Landing Team?
Footprint
Attributes

Fires
 Organic ISR/self defense/mobility
 Digitally interoperable (Notional)
 Capable of integrating with host nation forces
 Sustainment augmented through foraging, host nation
support

Maneuver
 Extended duration operations

Logistics
UNCLASSIFIED

RVM / GuSS S&T Thrust Areas: C4ISR. CASEVAC. and reconnaissance type missions. GUSS is controlled by GPS guided pre-determined waypoints. Expeditionary Logistics. RVM / Guss Cross Functional Description: GUSS is fitted with electro-optics. Torq Robotics.” (p. The project consists of development and testing of an infantry support Unmanned Force Protection Ground Vehicle (UGV) to support multiple resupply. Goal(s)/Objective(s): Autonomy/Robotics. Expeditionary Medicine. and navigation sensors. direct tele-operation or can be man-driven. GUSS can navigate through wooded areas. Force • Deliver quiet (hybrid electric)autonomous solutions for logistics Fires Protection • Provide dismounted units semi-autonomous resupply and CASEVAC capabilities. urban or open-terrain and has a cruising range of 482km without refueling and carry 1. 41) Logistics UNCLASSIFIED . which provide navigation and obstacle sensing for autonomous C2 / ISR missions. Maneuver internally via MV-22 or CH-53. 34) • Provide on board battery recharging capabilities • “Supporting the Expeditionary Force 21 global laydown of • Extend the time on station of the warfighter. lasers. (2) passengers and (1) litter patient. MAGTF Fires. a “follow me” mode in which it shadows a warfighter. Virginia Tech readiness of disaggregated units.“ (p. Maneuver. forward-deployed forces with improved logistics responsiveness and agility while sustaining equipment Performer: NSWC-DD. • Enable an organic semi-autonomous ground vehicle to “lighten the EF-21 Linkages: load” on the warfighter and increase a units’ ability to self-sustain • “New ground maneuver platforms that can be transported themselves.700lbs of cargo.

Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren Logistics WASP Naval Surface Warfare Center Panama City Marine Corps Warfighting Laboratory UNCLASSIFIED Last Updated: 10/26/2016 . Projected at end (3QFY17): 7 3.2. single shot line charge for Clearing Amphibious Assault Lanes. thereby preserving the force for other critical operations. remotely fired M58 the littoral environment facilitating ship to shore maneuver. Autonomous Shallow Water Mine Breacher Cross Functional Description Warfighting Capability Concept Operational Relevance: • Provide the Marine Corps Landing Force Commander with the capability to autonomously breach and clear shallow water mines and obstacles in littoral environments that would impede or severely hamper amphibious operations and landings.4 Standoff range >10 nm • MCWL Logistics Connector Initiative • Panama City Autonomous AAV initiatives Team: • NSWC Dahlgren Autonomous Fires efforts (SAF-T. • Protect the Force during difficult and dangerous breaching ops. • This is a cost effective repurposing of an existing autonomous SURC coupled with a M58 Line Charge. Capability Concept(s) Addressed: Force Protection • Clear Assault Lanes. Autonomously breach and clear shallow water mines enabling ship to shore maneuver.1. lanes in extremely hazardous environments • Emerging autonomous USV capabilities enable new methods for deploying existing technologies CapCon Metric Technical Parameter Maneuver TRL: Current: 5. Autonomously breach and clear obstacles in Autonomous SURC carrying an integrated. RAPTOR. • Clear Assault Lanes.4 Standoff range >10 nm Related Efforts: 3. • An autonomous capability keeps Marines out of harms way during C2 / ISR A2/AD littoral maneuver. Technology/Engineering Innovation Objectives and Technical Parameters Technology/Engineering Innovation: Objective: Demonstrate the remote firing of a M58 line • Integrate an existing mine clearing line charge onto autonomous charge to clear amphibious assault lanes or remove obstacles Fires unmanned surface vehicle (USV) for concept demonstration • Use autonomous USV technologies to clear amphibious assault using a supervised autonomous unmanned surface vehicle.

ISR and casualty evacuation. MCWL. C4ISR. medical supplies. Technical Approach: This is a FY16 JCTD proposal that MCWL will invest JIEDDO. EW orStrike or Comms Relay) launched from the Seabase . Force Protection ARES Description: Demonstrate a modular unmanned VTOL vehicle that provides S&T Thrust Areas: Autonomy. and to serve as a casualty evacuation platform. Explore the use of autonomous systems to deliver tailored modular cargo pod capability to support end to end IED/mine detection. Modular payload (ISR. ISR and casualty evacuation. COCOMS. ARES (Aerial Reconfigurable Embedded System) Cross Functional CONCEPT OF EMPLOYMENT: ARES (Aerial Reconfigurable Embedded System) a modular unmanned C2 / ISR VTOL vehicle that provides the warfighter with an organic capability for unmanned expeditionary logistics. EF-21 Linkages: Logistics: Integrate logistics demand reduction technologies into Goal: Provide cargo delivery and retrograde capability. The technical approach is still being worked. in support of the CLT. LOCKHEED MARTIN Logistics UNCLASSIFIED . MCWL. Performers: NAVAIR. Maneuver Stakeholders: MEFs. Expeditionary Logistics the warfighter with an organic capability for unmanned expeditionary Fires logistics. DARPA in. Development of a training. Seabased unmanned cargo operations.over the horizon. PMA 263. PMA 266.

C4ISR. DARPA. TERN (Tactically Exploited Reconnaissance Node) Cross Functional CONCEPT OF EMPLOYMENT: TERN (Tactically Exploited Reconnaissance Node) : an unmanned C2 / ISR VTOL vehicle that provides the amphibious Marine Air Ground Task Force (MAGTF) with an organic capability for unmanned persistent Ship borne ISR. EW. strike capability. Northrop Grumman) Logistics UNCLASSIFIED . escort support to VM-22s as they traverse to inland objective areas. PMA-266. Digital Fires TERN will enable long range raids in an A2AD environment by Interoperability and Kinetic strike capability. MCWL. Maneuver Technical Approach: Invest in DARPA effort. in support of the CLT. providing Electronic Warfare (EW) support to the assault package. Electronic Warfare. Force Protection Persistent ISR. NAVAIR Performers: DARPA (Aerovironment. PMA-263. It will also enable persistent long range ISR. and Goal(s)/Objectives(s): Design and Build a demonstration vehicle. demonstrated in FY 18 integrate air vehicle in future experiments. once ship operations are Stakeholders: DCA. ONR. MCCDC. TERN S&T Thrust Areas: Autonomy. EW/ Cyber Description: Demonstrate an unmanned VTOL vehicle that provides the amphibious Marine Air Ground Task Force (MAGTF) with an organic capability EF-21 Linkages: for unmanned persistent Ship borne ISR. Integrate Tern development into MQ-X UAS roadmap for deployment in 2024. Digital Interoperability and Kinetic strike capability. Strike or Comms Relay (Digitally Interoperable) launched from the Seabase .over the horizon. Electronic Warfare.

• (20-25) personnel total. ASW/ASUW Hunter Killer / Pouncer Team Cross Functional CONCEPT OF EMPLOYMENT: • Expeditionary Shore version of SH-60 Detachment from CG or DDG. search and localization arm of the other local ASW and associated Expeditionary sensor units. • Parts and maintenance “pack up kit “as on deployment. Allows for fuel foraging. gun pod. • Can designate for other shooters. operates as the striking. Force Protection • Responds to ASW cueing location within platform search capability. C2 / ISR • Weapons mix can vary based on operational Phase and anticipated Red units in range. • (1) Weapons Truck: CONNEX with ASW Torpedoes. • (2) Pack up Kit trucks • (3) Aircrew Complete to allow for 24/7 standby operations. Logistics UNCLASSIFIED . like when on ship remainder of repair is fly in teams. • Can do ASUW area search. • Subsists from common base. Like when ship based. local logistics movement. • SH-60 Self Deploys ASUW missile (Penguin?) Maneuver • Remainder is air transportable. Responds to ASUW cueing. • (2) passenger vehicles. SH-60 Expeditionary Shore Detachment EAB Site Footprint SH-60 Shore Detachment Fires • Active or Reserve • (1+?) SH-60 • Comes with majority of ship detachment personnel • (1) Fuel truck and purifier set.

Unmanned Vehicle C2. DGPS. Blue . Intercom. Laser Dazzler Logistics UNCLASSIFIED . Road Transport: Transport: Cradle. M2HB. C4ISR/Nav: Tactical VHF. Remote Operated Stabilized weapon Integrated Marine Radar. (2 -3) M249. Non Lethal Weapons . . or GAU-17/ (1) Force Tracker. SATCOM. and Security Force Assistance. MK VI Patrol Boat (PB) MK VI: FOOTPRINT: Fires . CID. Theater Security Cooperation Force Protection (TSC). HF. (Max Range Arch 2kyds) . UHF. MK 19. Trailer Maneuver . Link 16. mission includes High Value Unit (HVU) shipping escort and Vessel Boarding. Maritime Transport: Transport & L/R by crane. MSC & commercial/coalition ship . well deck or . MK VI Patrol Boat (PB) Cross Functional CONCEPT OF EMPLOYMENT: C2 / ISR Provide capability to persistently patrol shallow littoral areas beyond sheltered harbors and bays for the purpose of force protection of friendly and coalition forces and critical infrastructure. EO/IR. M240. Lethal Weapons: . Search. LRAD deck cargo from L-Class. and Seizure (VBSS operations).

” costs. 33) Owned/Contractor Operated Operations to support SPMAGTF CR requirement. Digital Interoperability and robust kinetic and non-kinetic strike from the sea and in support of dispersed formations. Including:” capability. multi-mission warfighting capability with the following characteristics: • On-station time of >10 hours at 2000 nm range. while enhancing sortie & ISR • “Increased capability of sensors to provide a target location of useable availability. all-weather fire support options to forces maneuvering Warfare.. • “The range and capacity to provide fires supporting multiple entry points Goal(s)/Objectives(s): Determine how MQ-9E can be leveraged to increase Digital from the sea. and reducing O&M Maneuver accuracy. C4ISR. The MQ-9E can provide: • Close Air Support to dispersed/distributed ground forces • Strategic/tactical level persistent ISR to commanders at all echelons Force Protection • Multifunctional Electronic Warfare capabilities that enable it to operate MQ-9E Predator UAS at stand-off ranges in denied airspaces. and swarms of recoverable sUAS. MQ-9E Reaper UAS Cross Functional CONCEPT OF EMPLOYMENT The MQ-9E is an unmanned system that provides the MAGTF with an organic. multi-domain radar. create an Expeditionary and Ruggedized unmanned aerial system that provides the MAGTF with an extremely flexible. S&T Thrust Areas: Autonomy. self-deployable. small UAS deliverables/expendables. Create conditions for operational timely target acquisition. Fires EF-21 Linkages: robust and affordable capability for long duration unmanned ISR. • 9 wing stations capable of carrying 3000 lbs of PGMs.” deployment in 2019. • “Increased capability from UAS to acquire targets. DACAS opportunities. expeditionary. and Technical Approach: Leverage current USD(I) OCONUS Contractor deliver munitions. MCWL. ONR. the MQ-9E is also capable of operating from 3000’ expeditionary runways and has an expeditionary maintenance footprint of 4-6 personnel. PMA-263. Demonstrate MQ-9E in FY-17 and integrate payload and services • “Increased capacity to employ unmanned aerial system (UAS) supporting architecture to inform MQ-X UAS roadmap. Performers: General Atomics Aeronautical Stakeholders: DCA. control fires. cyber & EW integration. While self-deployable from CONUS. NAVAIR Rapid Response Logistics UNCLASSIFIED .. • State-of-the-art communications systems that provide comms gateways C2 / ISR and enhance MAGTF/Joint digital interoperability. Electronic • “Provide responsive. EW/ Cyber. Description: Leveraging Joint programs .” (p.” Interoperability in urban littoral environments. MCCDC. EW payloads.

Altitude 10. MV-22 can be further enhanced that could support a variety of USMC combat Force Protection MV-22 (Weaponized) functions in support Advanced Base Concept (also have MV-22 operating from the advance bases) to include Offensive Air Support (primarily Close Air Support) while also expanding into SPECIFICATIONS: supporting other Naval Mission Areas such as Anti-Submarine Warfare (ASW). Navy Enlisted (CNE): 3 • Torpedoes: Mk54 (600lbs). and Mine Warfare • VMM 165 (12 MV-22s) (MIW). ~4mil CEP . a secondary function the transportation of supplies & equipment along with C2 / ISR ten other potential tasks. In 2030 with the appropriate paradigm shift in the conceptual employment of the VMMs. Marine Officer (CMO): 29 • Forward-Firing . GBU-44 Viper-E. • Self-deployable force w/ forward deployed logistics support resident on the RW FARP Barge FOOTPRINT: Fires • 24/7 all-weather. precision guided fire support • Range of 2267nm w/ single Air-to-Air Refueling • Side-Firing 30mm (500 rounds). the MV-22 can be involved into a weaponized platform to improve self- defensive and self-escort capabilities. MV-22 (Weaponized “Hunting Osprey”) Cross Functional CONCEPT OF EMPLOYMENT (CONENP): Currently in 2015. Hellfire . Anti-Surface Warfare (ASuW). the VMM squadron provides the primary function of combat assault support of troops. 5000m+ range . Navy Officer (CNO): 1 Maneuver • Missiles: AGM-176 Griffin. • Deployable Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) and Unmanned Underwater Vehicle (UUV) *current FY TOTE for generic VMM Logistics For Wargaming Conceptual Purposes Only UNCLASSIFIED . The CONENP Weaponized MV-22 is in development.50 cal chin gun (1000 rounds). MK50 (800lbs).000AGL . Marine Enlisted (CME): 169 • Rockets: APKWS 1 mil @ 90% CEP. etc.

Force Protection Seaplane Fires Japanese US-2 Bombardier CL-415MP Maneuver Range: 2538 nm / Speed: 302 ktas Range: 1310 nm / Speed: 180 kts Pax: 20 / Ord: 2000 lbs bombs and 2 torpedos or 4 Pax: 9 / Cargo: 6400 lbs 325lbs depth charges + Missions: Multi/ Fire Missions: Multi/ SAR Cost: $35 Million Cost: $75 Million Logistics UNCLASSIFIED . cost-effective operational capability that can provide lines of communication to remotely dispersed EAB sites that lack port or airfield infrastructure. Seaplane Cross Functional CONCEPT OF EMPLOYMENT: C2 / ISR Seaplanes are a proven.

Cross Functional C2 / ISR Force Protection Fires Maneuver Logistics Seaplane OV UNCLASSIFIED .

sustainment. or intra- theater Force Protection Establish or displace EABs Family of Maneuver Support Vessels (MSVs) Family of MSVs EAB Site Footptint Fires • Seabasing asset • MSVs capable of discharging across beach (no infrastructure • JLOTS Interoperable w/RRDF required) • Self deployable fro. strategic distances (1.200 nautical miles) • 24/7 all-weather capability Maneuver • Compatible with certain amphibious ship well decks • Speed: 17 – 22 knots • Light. and Heavy variants (MSV-L/M/H) Logistics UNCLASSIFIED . and maneuver of tailored (or task- organized) combat configured forces and their equipment Movement and maneuver of these forces in to theater. US Army Connectors Cross Functional CONCEPT OF EMPLOYMENT: C2 / ISR Movement. Medium.

Force Protection ALC will be capable of semi-autonomous navigation. obstacle Autonomous Littoral Connector (ALC) identification and avoidance as well as delivery in support of EABs Autonomous Littoral Connector EAB Site Footptint • Seabasing asset Fires • Capable of semi-autonomous navigation. obstacle • ALC capable of discharging across beach (no infrastructure identification and avoidance required) • Common controller for manual embark/debark and Command & Control Maneuver • 24/7 all-weather capability • Compatible with certain amphibious ship well decks • Mission planning interface which provides health and status of craft in any environment including A2/AD • Interface with UASs generates multi-platform SA Logistics UNCLASSIFIED . Air Cushion (LCAC) or Landing Craft Utility (LCU) platforms. Autonomous Littoral Connector (ALC) Cross Functional CONCEPT OF EMPLOYMENT: C2 / ISR The Autonomous Littoral Connector (ALC) provides autonomous behaviors for ship-to-shore connectors capable of carrying supplies and equipment from the sea-base to the shore (or shore-to-shore) similar to the mission of Landing Craft.

1 Provide remotely operated. Office of been funded as the ONR30 Fires SAFT program Naval Research. Capability Concept(s) Addressed • 2. TARDEC. Projected at end (3QFY17): 5 2.3. will demonstrate an C2 / ISR integrated. Southwest Research Institute funded as a NSWCDD internal investment UNCLASSIFIED .2. and fire control 2. accurate tracking Maneuver 2. WASP. • Integration of an autonomous weapon system onto an remotely operated weaponized Unmanned Ground Vehicle Fires autonomous robot to provide mobile. Current and past attempts to develop these systems have been hampered by the lack of sufficient subsystem autonomy.1 Mobility Ability to execute vehicle motion TRL: Current: 3.3 Effective direct fire Percentage of rounds on target detection. system level autonomy that enables tactically relevant robotic behaviors.4 Provide automated target tracking and fire control for land based moving targets • 2. tracking.2.Weaponized Automated System Prototype Cross Functional Description Warfighting Capability Concept Operational Relevance: • Although weaponized unmanned systems are required to provide planned DoD capabilities. no tactically effective ground or surface based systems have been deployed.2.1 Survivability Visual Signature Related Efforts: • Automated weapon system technology development has Team: Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren.4 Target tracking Long duration.Tank and Automotive Research Logistics • UGV development and weapon system integration has been Command. mobile. leveraging 5 years of ONR investment in weapon system autonomy. This effort.3. low signature platform and weapon payload for direct fire support within threat envelope Technology/Engineering Innovation Objectives and Technical Parameters Technology/Engineering Innovation Objective: Demonstrate direct fire capability from a small.3.2.3 Provide land based direct fire support for dismount Force Protection operations • 2. effective direct fire capability CapCon Metric Technical Parameter • Autonomous weapon system provides automated target 2.

(slide 26) Phase III – Incremental enhancements to enable collaborative teaming.. Explore TTP’s. planning. Generate knowledge products to Maneuver • “Experimentation will be concentrated on developing and fielding inform requirements. and collaborative decision-making and and intelligent loss of communications behaviors. 10) • EF-21 Command and control . 1) in semi-autonomy and collaborative robotics. indirect. CONOPS. cooperative. Technical Approach: Phase II . Integrate autonomous capability with the TRC.Experiment with a PackBot 510 with Aware Head. Linkages: • CPG Enduring Principles: Marines are focused on combat. FERRET / CART Cross Functional CONCEPT OF EMPLOYMENT: C2 / ISR Force Protection FERRET / CART S&T Thrust Areas: C4ISR. Force Description: Explore semi-autonomous robot behavior for RSTA UGV asset. JCRAS Performer(s): NSWCDD UNCLASSIFIED .ability to provide adaptive. Autonomous drive to objective/mapping technology in highly advanced. (pg. Logistics Stakeholders: MCWL. every Goal: Position MCWL robotics efforts for follow on robotics requirements efforts Marine is a rifleman. Autonomy/Robotics. (p. MCCDC. and Fires Protection understand man-machine interaction by introducing a semi-autonomously positioned robotics capability onto the battlefield. Maneuver. or disruptive concepts and capabilities. JGRT. distributed.” technology denied environment will reduce operator cognitive load and increase mission effectiveness.

attack and then re-disperse. activity. autonomous swarms can operate on the surface. SPECIFICATIONS FOOTPRINT Fires These assets can range from micro to large size. recoverable. Simultaneity – the elements of the swarm have the ability to coordinate their attacks in time and space. These risk worthy. It usually involves “pulsing” where units converge rapidly on a target.The presence of this variable indicates the swarm has the ability to inflict damage and receive less in return through some advantage in weapons (usually greater range) or through relative self-restraint. Logistics UNCLASSIFIED . Standoff capability . Autonomous SWARM subsurface or in the air and act not only as sensors but can act as shooters. SWARM Cross Functional CONCEPT OF EMPLOYMENT: Swarming occurs when several units conduct a convergent C2 / ISR attack on a target from multiple axes. swarm has more information (unit locations. Currently the Navy Elusiveness – The presence of this variable indicates that swarm elements can elude their opponent in some way (perhaps through superior speed or the ability is working with small ships armed with machine guns IOT assist with to conceal oneself). straits transits and prevent FAC/FIAC missions from impacting naval Superior situational awareness – The presence of this variable indicates the operations. The swarm needs to use its enablers and direct its energies to achieving the following two effects or behaviors: Encirclement – to attack from three or more major directions. Swarming can be preplanned or opportunistic. intent. Attacks can be either long range or short range. etc) about the Maneuver enemy than he does about the swarm. The intent is to overload an adversary’s cognitive/computational decision Force Protection making process leading to indecision or hasty decisions and results in an exploitable opportunity.

This technology exists with NASA CONCEPT OF EMPLOYMENT: Laser communication is a capability that could take large quantities C2 / ISR of data and transmit/receive with a small burst that is extremely difficult to intercept. Using laser communication over long distances in remote sites would negate the need for a robust satellite WAN assets. Laser Communications Cross Functional CONCEPTUAL. There are some challenges in transmitting through clouds and dust storms. moon had an error free upload rate of 20Mbps! • Can be relayed from ground station to UAVs to remote sites. Maneuver • Laser speed is significantly faster than typical means of transfer (RF or SATCOM) Logistics UNCLASSIFIED . Force Protection Stalker SPECIFICATIONS FOOTPRINT Fires • Laser comm from UAVs provide > 1Gbps • Footprint for a transmission site can vary but to receive a laser shot • First 2 way comm from New Mexico to a spacecraft orbiting the the equipment can be hend-held.

Forward Entry Devices. Rapid • Utilized by PACFLT.2 Range. 2. and Navy (Bold Quest) Center (Mission Engineering Directorate. Call-for-Fire missions • Provide ASuW shore and ship based Weapons Control System • Cost-effective approach to develop an LPD & Shore Based C2 / ISR WCS capability based on tactically deployed TTWCS and CWCS prototype functionality Capability Concept(s) Addressed Force Protection • 1.1/2. Comms radios with Objectives and Technical Parameters CWCS for Tomahawk digital fires capability (Naval Surface Fire Support (NSFS)) Objective: Provide a digital end-to-end fires capability to support Ship-to-Shore maneuver.1. YYYm Related Efforts: • CWCS initially developed by NSWCDD S&T funding. & Maritime Tomahawk development Team: Marine Corp Warfighting Lab. Common Weapons Control System (CWCS) for Shore/Ship Based ASuW & Digital NSFS Fires Cross Functional Description Warfighting Capability Concept Operational Relevance: • Provide Surface Ship Digital Integrated fires to shape battlefield and conduct NSFS.7. Deliver Fire Support and Effects Technology/Engineering Innovation Develop a Common Fire Control System for Shore Based and Ship Based ASuW & Technology/Engineering Innovation NSFS fires. Leverage NSWCDD’s Common Weapons Control System prototype. Capacity Maneuver 1. Accuracy. Naval Surface Warfare Logistics • Utilized by Joint Staff J6 Division to evaluate integrated digital fires with Marines. Modularity.2. SPECOPs. H Department). CTO.1. ZZZm • NSWCDD/PMA-280 using CWCS as Tomahawk WCS prototype for HCI Responsiveness engineering.2 Lethality. 2016 . ALCOM for Virtual Ship ASuW & NSFS Technology Office. Last Updated: Oct 24.1 Range. Delivery systems capable of delivering effects • 2. Raytheon Engagement Prosecution (Valiant Shield. XXXm TRL: Current: TRL 6. 7 Effects.1. Capabilities also Effects. • Integrate AFATDS. Lockheed Martin. Modularity. Capacity funded by PMA-280 Tomahawk Weapon System PO. Northern Edge) UNCLASSIFIED Missile Systems. demo. Support forces ashore against Fires • Leverage CWCS functionality to develop Shore-Based and LPD surface maritime threats using Surface & Land based fires. Projected at end (3QFY17): TRL 6. Army. based ASuW engagement capability • Utilize deployed Tomahawk CWCS functionality to support Strike CapCon Metric Technical Parameter Warfare operations and shape battlefield 1.

Visible Light Communications (VLC) Cross Functional CONCEPT OF EMPLOYMENT: LED lamps have recently become the technology of choice for lighting in many environments. In our research we consider modulation. One of the most compelling applications for VLC is in large unobstructed indoor spaces where many users desire concurrent high-speed connectivity. from indoor office spaces to outdoor vehicular use. vehicle-to- anything (V2X) communications. and resource allocation for this new optical communications modality Logistics UNCLASSIFIED . opening up the possibility to use them to provide simultaneously illumination and data transmission. and transmission inside airplane cabins. so- called visible light communications (VLC). These LED lamps can be modulated at C2 / ISR relatively high speeds. signal processing. indoor positioning. user tracking. Wi-Fi fails Force Protection here because of its limited spectrum re-use. such as conference centers and classrooms. SPECIFICATIONS FOOTPRINT Fires • Advanced Modulation and Coding for Optical Communication Systems • Cross-Layer Design and Optimization of Optical Networks • This equipment is intended to replace existing lighting in certain • Ultraviolet Communications environments in order to facilitate a communications network through • FSO and Hybrid RF/FSO Networks and Communications the visible spectrum • Fiber-optic Channel Characterization • Signal Processing for Optical Communication systems Maneuver • Other promising applications include indoor geo-location.

3 Secure. .1 COP situational awareness • 4. Location. Technology/Engineering Innovation Objectives and Technical Parameters Technology/Engineering Innovation • Utilizes ONI waveform to provide global exfil of PLI Objective: NSWC BFT will provide SA utilizing BLOS LPI/LPD two- Fires way Position. Other requests for this document shall be referred to NSWCDD Commanding Officer. PLI will feed back into the COP • Utilizes Iridium network to provide global infil for commander and unit leaders SA.1 Situational Awareness Global PLI Maneuver Related Efforts: • DoD developed waveform to provide global LPI/LPD BFT 4. Department of Defense and US DoD Contractors only (Administrative or Operational Use) (31Oct2016). BLOS Global LPI/LPD capabilities • Iridium service providing infil capability • First generation devices currently deployed Logistics Last Updated: 31 Oct 2016 Team: Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren Division (NSWCDD) UNCLASSIFIED//FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY UNCLASSIFIED DISTRIBUTION STATEMENT D: Distribution authorized to U.S.3 Secure BLOS two-way BFT Global LPI/LPD BFT with LPD infil capability. Information. TRL: Current: 7. Projected at end (3QFY17): 8 CapCon Metric Technical Parameter 4. Brevity codes) and infil (Free text/Brevity codes) C2 / ISR • Infil provides limited two-way comms allowing reach back capability to the user Capability Concept(s) Addressed Force Protection • 4. Lightning Bolt Handheld Cross Functional Description Warfighting Capability Concept Operational Relevance: • Global LPI/LPD Blue Force Tracker (BFT) • Handheld unit with user interface to provide limited exfil (GPS.

providing a multi- Fires payload platform for MCWL experimentation. Sensor Fusion. to include: Counter Unmanned Systems. Goal(s)/Objective(s): Provide a Group 1 UAS platform that supports various projects. Stalker Cross Functional CONCEPT OF EMPLOYMENT: A long endurance (8 hrs.) Group 1 UAS with digital architecture and C2 / ISR communications relay capability. GPS Denied Environment.) Group 1 surrogate UAS with digital architecture and communications capability. Performer(s): NAVAIR China Lake. Lockheed Martin. Experiment with the payload in different environments to assess the capability. Progeny Systems Logistics UNCLASSIFIED . providing an aerial repeater. Etc. Force Protection Stalker Description: A long endurance (8 hrs. Maneuver Technical Approach: Support and maintain the STALKER XE 240 UAS platform in support of aerial payload applications. Stalkers can be employed IVO the CLT providing network connectivity (voice and or data) to the Seabase and or space.

. 60Km Logistics UNCLASSIFIED . Maneuver . . AN/TPS-80 G/ATOR SPECIFICATIONS: FOOTPRINT: Fires . Early Warning/Control or as an Early Warning site. Type 0 : Classified REG 20ft 8ft 8ft (stowed) 8950 lbs. Artillery and Mortars . Force Protection G/ATOR Block 2 will be deployed with the Target Acquisition Platoon (TAP) within the Artillery Regiment and is integrated through Advanced Field Artillery Tactical Data System to the Fire Direction Center. AN/TPS-80 G/ATOR Cross Functional CONCEPT OF EMPLOYMENT: C2 / ISR G/ATOR Block 1 will be deployed as a sensor for the Tactical Air Operations Center. 6400 mils CEG/HMMWV 16ft 8ft 6ft 12100 lbs. Block 1 Detection of Air Breathing Targets. Type 2 : Classified PEG/MTVR 25ft 8ft 12ft 48000 lbs. 1800 mils. Type 1 : Classified . Cruise System Length Width Height Weight Missiles and UAS: 360 degrees Component . with CAC2s provides data through link 16. Block 2 Detection of Rockets. With the Composite Tracking Network (CTN) provides data to Cooperative Engagement Capability (CEC).

or another Submarine. • *These are potentially disposable Logistics UNCLASSIFIED . receiver in water column. Truck mobile ISO-90 sized. Time difference describes an arc. arc C2 / ISR intersections are the target location • Low frequency gives great range but lessor accuracy. Small relay ashore . • (UASV Transmitter and receiver emplacement/replacement • C-130/C-17 deployable vessel (can be multi-purpose UASV shared w/other units) • Analysis gear matches current ship/AC equipment to • Analysis and control station. • (2+) Receivers. • Can be used to create and maintain bastions for US units to Bi/Multi-Static Sonar Installation move into and operate from and cue MPA EAB Site Footprint Low frequency Bi-Static Sonar Large Area search team Fires • Would be USN reserve unit. facilitate manning. surface Force Protection vessel.e. • Localization to prosecution criteria would require a broad area search asset. Single tow trailer for cable /relay. and training • Transmitter Unit(s) (Sea Buoy sized cylinder 19. Acoustically when Sonar is active. Fibre optic cable to • Receivers can parasitically geo-locate other transmitters (i. i.* Red ASW units) and potentially use their sonar return to • 4 Sailor analysis cell locate targets. at Maneuver • Essentially passive (only local COMMs)in employment except sea offshore). CONEX carries unit and equipage to install*.5’x 5’dia. Bi/Multi-Static Sonar Installation Cross Functional • CONCEPT OF EMPLOYMENT: • Command activated transmitter & receivers that record time of arrival difference between transmitter ping and target reflection.e. P-8 Maritime Patrol Aircraft. • Once emplaced and active ensonified area becomes no-go zone for RED subs until neutralized.

5’x3’dia. better location accuracy. receiver in water column. Fibre optic cable to operations. Truck mobile ISO-90 sized.) facilitate manning. Multi-Static High(er) Frequency Sonar Installation EAB Site Footprint ASW Localization and Choke Point Surveillance Team • (UASV Transmitter and receiver emplacement/replacement Fires • Would be USN reserve unit. Acoustically detectable when Sonar is active. • In passive mode can detect and localize surface raiders and cue shore ASUW weapons (HIMARS).* • 4 Sailor analysis cell • *These are potentially disposable Logistics UNCLASSIFIED . Multi-Static High(er) Frequency Sonar Installation Cross Functional • CONCEPT OF EMPLOYMENT: • Array is emplaced in Choke points. Straits. monitoring red transits in early phase of operations. Maneuver • Can operate passively (with only local COMMs) to cue active • Multiple Receivers. Single towed trailer load for cable • As passive receivers can geo-locate active transmitters. and relay. • Once emplaced and active area becomes no-go zone for RED sobs until neutralized . • Locating data quality supports Shore ASW Weapons C2 / ISR employment (ASROC like if within range) or quick reaction by ASW Hunter Killer Team. • Analysis gear matches current ship/AC equipment to • Transmitter Unit(s) (Sea Buoy sized cylinder 19. Command activated transmitter & passive receivers • Higher frequency gives less range . Small relay ashore . Use includes Delousing passing Blue Force Protection units. vessel (can be multi-purpose UASV shared w/other units) • C-130/C-17 deployable • Analysis and control station. and training CONEX carries multiple active units and equipage to install*.

Threat sensing. Intelligence Preparation of the Battlespace . Conduct RSTA missions in support of the squad . (1) Marines Squad X SPECIFICATIONS: . and the squad. Enables one Marine to command and control many . UTACC is an interface and system that allows a single Marine to task a section of autonomous vehicles with varying capabilities with a single UTACC mission. UTACC SPECIFICATIONS: FOOTPRINT: Fires . enabling fire and forget C2 of multiple unmanned systems. (3) Semi-Autonomous UAV RSTA end points . data display) between the Force Protection unmanned systems. precise munitions at squad level Logistics UNCLASSIFIED . The Commander will determine the loadout according to mission. Squad X interface on each squad member . UTACC. UTACC (Unmanned Tactical Autonomous Control and Cross Functional Collaboration) / Squad X CONCEPT OF EMPLOYMENT: C2 / ISR UTACC (Unmanned Tactical Autonomous Control and Collaboration) provides mission level semi-autonomous control of multiple unmanned systems supporting a single mission or task. UTACC will command and control multiple unmanned vehicles throughout the duration of the mission or task. (1) Semi-Autonomous RV(M) / CART end point Maneuver UGV/UAV assets . User Interface. Squad X is interface (C2. (3) Semi-Autonomous FERRET UGV ISR end points . (2) Autonomous Prepositioning Vehicles (1 Ground. 1 Air) . Squad? .

GhostSwimmer Cross Functional CONCEPT OF EMPLOYMENT: GhostSwimmer AUV is a bio-inspired covert and highly maneuverable underwater vehicle. they provide intelligence/capability C2 / ISR (greater than sum of the parts) for initial scoping of EAB-areas. Control: One laptop or smart device OCU . IPB. Range: ~25 nmi (speed dependent) One user could control 1-5 AUVs Maneuver .5’ 150lb . Speed: 0-4 kn now (future max: 10+ kn) . This unmanned autonomous system (UAS) with sensors have many uses. “looks like” Logistics ocean noise Distribution Statement: E (DoD Only) UNCLASSIFIED SBIR Data Rights Apply Company Proprietary . a priori. Temp range: Operates in 40F – 110F water . A sensor/AUV group can act as US ‘localized’ A2AD. C2: Pre-programmed by user . Maintenance: <0. Nav accuracy: Current: ≤2% of distance travelled Regular maintenance = 1/500 hr . response maneuvers. They can affect adversary’s target evaluation decision process via amorphous operation/movement of UAS and other EAB components that’s defined analytically with random paths that counters probabilistic Force Protection enemy countermeasures. Other: Standard tools and COTS seals . or active defenses. defining our: parameters of adaption. Covert AUV. and have a positive impact on resilience. UAS assist FP by locating. tracking. Payload size: Up to 23 lb (dry weight) . all speeds/flow . Noise: 5X quieter than prop. identifying. (eventually countering) adversary’s assets.5 ft long x 110 lbs . Size: 5. Working in groups. Maneuverability: Turn radius 3 ft. FOOTPRINT: SPECIFICATIONS (Boston Engineering’s GhostSwimmer AUV): Fires . UAS can also counter the use of overwhelming numbers of adversary UAS by acting as scouts and counter-UAS weapons.5hr washdown post-sortie . threat detection. Depth rating: 1 – 300’ operational depths . Shipping Crate: 8’x3’x2.

Force Protection GBAD (HMMWV mounted) SPECIFICATIONS: FOOTPRINT: Fires  30kW Raytheon PWG Laser HMMWV or JLTV Mounted System:  L3 Beam Director  High Energy Laser (HEL)  Lithium Batteries  Beam Control (Refractive BD) Maneuver  ACT Phase Change Material Thermal Management  Thermal Management (Cooling) System  Power (Storage and Conditioning)  Leidos BMDL Radio Network  ISR Sensor  Small Form Factor Image Trackers  HPASS  Beam Control (Optical Bench/SW) Logistics UNCLASSIFIED .. is designed for use on light tactical vehicles and aims to provide an affordable alternative to traditional firepower to keep enemy unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) from tracking and targeting Marines on the ground. commonly referred to as GBAD. Ground-Based Air Defense Directed Energy Cross Functional CONCEPT OF EMPLOYMENT: C2 / ISR The Ground-Based Air Defense Directed Energy On-the-Move program.

surface to air fires . (3) 4-door HMMWV Maneuver .000 ft of altitude protection . 1 Low Altitude Air Defense (LAAD) Battery . and forces for ground security in defense of the Marine air ground task force (MAGTF) Commander’s Point Air-Defense Battery designated vital areas. Protect against Group 3 & 4 UAS. provide command Force Protection and control. SPECIFICATIONS: FOOTPRINT: Fires . Point Air-Defense Battery Cross Functional CONCEPT OF EMPLOYMENT: C2 / ISR LAAD Battery Consists of a HQ and (2) Firing Platoons LAAD Battery provides close-in. surface-to-air weapons fires. (90) Marines Aircraft Logistics UNCLASSIFIED . (6) LAAD C2 HMMWV . Fixed and Rotary Wing . (30) LAAD Fire Unit Vehicle (FUV) . Deployable from East or West Coast . and when task-organized. 6km range with up to 10. low altitude. (3) HMMWV trailer . 24/7 all weather.

the 11M RHIB . . localize and classify objects on the seafloor. MLP. 3xSEABOTIX. Transport: Air transportable mission package based from shore or afloat (AFSB. 3x580 CRRC. Man portable (92 lbs) 6. recover.5m RHIB. identify. EOD MCM Platoon 3xSEAFOX. 20 hrs endurance. Expeditionary-Mine Counter Measures (EX-MCM) Company Cross Functional CONCEPT OF EMPLOYMENT: EOD MCM PLTs are specifically prepared to locate. Launch and recovery of the 11M RHIB EOD MCM craft while underway can be affected . 8 hrs endurance. Expeditionary-Mine Counter Measures (EX-MCM) Company Ex-MCM: Ex MCM Co EOD Unmanned Systems HQ Unit Fires . L-Class Allied vessels. For naval vessels equipped with a stern gate. Another option for naval vessels equipped with a Boat and Aircraft (B&A) neutralize underwater mines. crane is a 36 foot tall lifting sling. . and are equipped with special C2 / ISR low influence signature gear to operate in close proximity to influence initiated maritime ordnance. JHSV. Man portable (90 lbs). 6xMk Mod 2. SEAFOX ROV . neutralize. Mk18 Mod 1 “Swordfish” . ports/harbors. Fiber optic wire-guided ROV that can be used to reacquire. . SLOCs. 3 vehicles per system FOOTPRINT: Maneuver . 3x 8. LCS. Relocation and ID (via video) of contacts on the seafloor and in the water column for the purpose of mine neutralization. exploit. identify and Logistics (SGLR) trailer. MK . Capable of world-wide MCM operations to defeat mines in harbors/ports. 6x Mk18 Mod 1. SEABOTIX ROV using two different methods. Mk18 Mod 2 “Kingfish” . MCMV. Improve efficiency and effectiveness to decrease timelines to reopen SLOCs. T-ARS. RHIB/crane launched (800 lbs). . Man-portable (100 lbs). and hydrographic mapping from 10-300 FSW . Relocate. and limited area search PMA Element EOD MCM PLT EOD UMS PLT (harbors) from 10-300 FSW. EOD MCM PLTs are normally employed as an integrated part of the combined MCM team. 3 vehicles per system . and dispose of underwater ordnance in support of underwater mine countermeasures (UMCM). and designated areas of operations to permit the flow of military and Force Protection commercial maritime traffic. and amphibous landing areas. T-ATF. 2x11m RHIB. MCM search/reconnaissance. 28 pax. NAVO white hull. UNCLASSIFIED . approx 1-2 hrs battery endurance EOD MCM craft can be launched using the 11M RHIB Stern Gate Launch and Recovery .

USV Cross Functional CONCEPT OF EMPLOYMENT: C2 / ISR Unmanned Surface Vessels (USVs) are employed to provide both Force Protection of assets in the area as well as counter-swarming capabilities to disrupt enemy swarming attacks. Loud Hailer . Non Lethal Weapons Maneuver . 50 cal machine gun . Laser Dazzler . Rocket launcher . (1) 11m Rigid Hull Inflatable Boat (RHIB) . The CARACaS (Control Architecture for Robotic Agent Control and Sensing) control system is a bolt-on kit that turns any vehicle into a robot. (1) Command and Control Station . Flash-Bang Grenade launcher . (all capacities are dependent on the size of the vessel) Logistics UNCLASSIFIED . capable of Force Protection executing defined missions with no human interaction Unmanned Surface Vessel USV: FOOTPRINT: Fires . (1) CARACaS Robotic Control System . Lethal Weapons: .

and EO/IR sensor. and defeat of enemy unmanned systems. EW/Cyber system Logistics UNCLASSIFIED . range 5km . Stalker will be employed for detection of unmanned ground and surface vehicles. conduct fires coordination. Tablets with Killswitch or MAFIA should be distributed . group 2 at . . Radar could be attached to a CLT by mounting it to a vehicle or dismounted at EAB. identification. . EW/Cyber TBD. LMAM max. Stalker can detect unmanned ground and surface vehicles . and group 3 at 15km. identify and defeat enemy unmanned surveillance and strike Force Protection systems. (6) LMAMs and launch tubes with (2) ground control among CLT. SPECIFICATIONS: FOOTPRINT: Fires . Counter UxS capabilities will be attached to the CLT in order to detect. (1) 360 degree LCMR radar with air surveillance capability 10km. effective against attack from multiple UxS. Radar can detect and track group 1 UAS at 5km. . Maneuver . track. . . Multiple tablets with Killswitch or MAFIA application to out to 5km. Loitering Miniature Aerial Munition (LMAM) and Counter UxS EW/Cyber system will be used for prosecution of adversary UxS. tracking. (2) Stalker aircraft with full kit. Counter UxS Cross Functional CONCEPT OF EMPLOYMENT: Counter UxS (Counter Unmanned Systems) includes multiple networked C2 / ISR and fused sensors and weapon systems capable of providing detection. stations. (2) Generators to run radar and EO/IR sensor.

based on laze time and target . land. Compact Chiller: 160 lbs/17x28x28 / • Low cost per shot .3 ft3 . Gimbaled HEL Beam Director: 70 lbs/16x25x18 . Toughbook Display with Game Style Controller: 5 lbs/18x2x18 • Reduced logistics footprint . rugged nickel • Aim point accuracy for first round hit metal hydride battery pack for electrical power to all components. vehicle-based Fires platforms . LZ Denial. Major Event Protection  We are integrating this system on a STRYKER for the MFIX 2016 exercise Force Protection OV GRAPHIC (Example configurations) CLWS SPECIFICATIONS: FOOTPRINT: • Integrated onto a variety of air. Direct Fire. Port/Harbor/Airfield Defense. Obstacle Breaching. AC • Minimizes collateral damage Maneuver power supply also delivered. Vehicle Checkpoint. Mobile Ambush. Force Protection. Battery Power Supply: 155 lbs/14x22x32/Rechargeable. Ruggedized Fiber Laser: 200 lbs/24x19x37/Compact repackaging of • Reduction in Supply Chain and Life Cycle Mgmt Costs high reliability 2kW industrial fiber laser Logistics UNCLASSIFIED . Counter-Sniper. Two battery boxes delivered with the • Range of Lethal and Non-lethal application system. Compact Laser Weapon System (CLWS) Cross Functional Tripod configuration  CLWS can support the following missions: C-UAS. C- FAC/FIAC. Tripod configuration (sold to SOF) = 590 lbs (without actual tripod) / • Range: varies per laser size (~ 2-7kM) 27. C-ISR. sea. C- C2 / ISR IED/UXO.

2.2.1-4 Maximum Range 20km Maneuver TRL: Current: 5/6. NSWCIHDEODTD. degrade.5x (>20km) Technology/Engineering Innovation Objectives and Technical Parameters Technology/Engineering Innovation Objective: Demonstrate extended range.1-4 Moving Target <5m miss on 60knot target • ONR30 D&I Funding under Enhanced Expeditionary Engagement Capability (E3C) Program • DASN RDT&E Funding Team: NSWCDD.2.1-4 Deliver Fire Support and Effects: Harass. ARL.1-4 Static Target <10m miss Related Efforts: 2. or destroy static/moving tactical targets – land/sea Increased 81mm mortar range by 3.2. Force Protection mission abort. • Direct Connect Weapon Programming Computer • Advanced trajectory shaping CapCon Metric Technical Parameter 2. Projected at end (3QFY17): 5/6 2. precision fire • New high-lift mortar cartridge design (no rocket motor) support from medium mortar system in support of Ship to Fires • Low-Cost ($1k AUPC) SAL Seeker Shore Maneuver. United Logistics Technologies UNCLASSIFIED Last Updated: 25 OCT 2016 . Advanced Capability Extended Range Mortar (ACERM) Cross Functional Description Warfighting Capability Concept Operational Relevance: • 81mm Extended Range (>20km) Mortar Cartridge • GPS (10m CEP50) & SAL (1m CEP50) precision guidance against static and moving targets C2 / ISR • Low Cost (<$15k AUPC) design Capability Concept(s) Addressed • 2.

2 Time-to-engage seconds TRL: Current: 3.2 Deliver small arms direct fire support during amphibious and Force Protection land operations against static and moving targets • 2. RAPTOR. direct fire weapon system that uses automation to reduce manning.2. targets Maneuver 2. and Operator Cueing Cross Functional Description Warfighting Capability Concept Operational Relevance: • This system would provide a modular. C2 / ISR Capability Concept(s) Addressed • 2. track. calculate fire control. and aim the gun based on visual tracking. Office of • System integration and prototype development has been Naval Research.4 Time-to-engage seconds Related Efforts: 2.1 Automated target detection and localization in sea and land environments • 2. and advanced processing. and reduce time-to-engage for • By integrating shot detection systems. self-contained weapon system for integration on existing amphibious vehicles.Remote Weapon Station Auto Prioritization.3 • Automated weapon system technology development has been funded as the ONR30 Fires SAFT program Team: Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren. Southwest Research Institute UNCLASSIFIED Last Updated: enter date .2. track. • The system is automated to enable remote operation and will automatically detect. remotely operated weapon station existing amphibious vehicles as a remotely operated weapon station Objectives and Technical Parameters Technology/Engineering Innovation Objective: Demonstrate a remotely operated.1 probability of detect Available targets vs. Technology/Engineering Innovation reduce operator workload.3. TARDEC. and 2. automated. self-contained weapon system for integration on a self-contained.1. detected engage threats within range of its sensors.3. Targeting. the CapCon Metric Technical Parameter system has the capability to automatically detect.1. vision based sensors. a Remote Weapon targets in the amphibious environment Fires Station.3 Can be integrated on existing amphibious vehicles (AAV) as Modular.Tank and Automotive Research Logistics funded by an OSD ECTD Command. Projected at end (3QFY17): 6 2.

vehicle-based platforms . LZ Denial.Total Estimated Mass: <7. 10kW LWM Current Estimates as of SRR: Fires • Range: varies per laser size (~ 20kM) . Laser Weapon Module (ACV mounted) Port/Harbor/Airfield Defense.10kW COTS IPG laser . LWM has a larger laser so the range is greater and the mission set expands above what the CLWS can do. Vehicle Checkpoint.30 cm Beam director for tracking and stabilization C2 / ISR . C-ISR. Mobile Ambush. Force Protection. IE – C-RAM. Boeing initiating IR&D to build Laser Weapon Module (LWM) . Obstacle Breaching.LWM Pre-Production Ready Unit (PPRU) for integration & testing Force Protection in 2017 .LWM Design to support 50-100kW laser . Initial integration targeting General Dynamic’s Stryker Combat Vehicle . sea.Power & thermal storage for interface to platforms . Counter-Sniper.Total Estimated Power: <65 kW • Range of Lethal and Non-lethal application based on laze time and target Maneuver • Low cost per shot • Reduced logistics footprint • Reduction in Supply Chain and Life Cycle Mgmt Costs Logistics UNCLASSIFIED .Total Estimated Volume: 176 ft3 • Aim point accuracy for first round hit . land. Direct Fire. Major Event Protection LWM SPECIFICATIONS: FOOTPRINT: • Integrated onto a variety of air.162 lb • Minimizes collateral damage . C-FAC/FIAC. C-IED/UXO.Drop-in” laser weapon system that is platform agnostic . Laser Weapon Module (LWM) Cross Functional . C-CM in addition to C- UAS.

to include joint and combined. in support of the JFMCC. TLE). ~200lbs blast fragmentation warhead.000 feet • Capacity: 6 x GLSDB per HIMARS Logistics UNCLASSIFIED . precision guided fire support • (1) Munitions trailer • ATACMS range 300+ km. Battery Q. ~1m CEP (excl. CA • (1) Fire Control Center Truck • 24/7 all-weather. 5/11 Camp C2 / ISR Pendleton. ~500lbs blast fragmentation warhead.000 feet • Capacity: (X) ATACMs per battery • GLSDB range 150+ km. 5/11 • (1) M142 High Mobility Artillery Rocket System • C-130/C-17 deployable from Miramar. Force Artillery Headquarters (FAHQ) provides a task organized liaison capability which facilitates command and control (C2) of Force Protection GS surface to surface missile fires. ~200lbs unitary penetration warhead . HIMARS w/ATACMS M142 High Mobility Artillery Rocket System EAB Site Footptint Fires • 1st Platoon (REIN). • (4) Marines >5m CEP. HIMARS Battery (w/ATACMs) and GLSDB Cross Functional CONCEPT OF EMPLOYMENT: (X) EAB HIMARS Fire Hubs available from Battery Q. maximum ordinate ~40. each deploying as Platoon (REIN).000 feet Maneuver • GMLRS 84+ km. maximum ordinate >80. >5m CEP. maximum ordinate >500.

mission abort. Defeat objects with localized Multi-Rotor platform loitering munition for precision engagement of kinetic. Harass. Amphibious Fire Support and Effects.2. Clear Assault Lanes. or destroy static tactical targets-sea • 2. Fires provide high maneuverability and hover capability • Additively manufactured warhead to provide enhanced CapCon Metric Technical Parameter lethality 2.2.2. loiter.2. Harass.4 Reacquire previously Yes • Concept developed by NSWCDD for the FY16 Navy 3D- mapped items Print-A-Thon sponsored by DASN-RDTE Logistics • Further development currently funded through 219 funds Team: Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren Division UNCLASSIFIED Last Updated: 10/26/2016 . mission abort. and/or non-kinetic effects tactical targets and clearing of assault lanes.1. Amphibious Fire Support and Effects.1.1 Accuracy <2 meters Maneuver variety of mission sets 2. or destroy static tactical targets-land • 3. The lethal effects can be TRL: Current: 3.3. Technology/Engineering Innovation Objectives and Technical Parameters Technology/Engineering Innovation Objective: Demonstrate ability to fly munition to a known • Loitering munition that utilizes a multi-rotor platform to target. Small Lethal Additively Manufactured Multi-Rotor (SLAMMR) Cross Functional Description Warfighting Capability Concept Operational Relevance: • Low cost precision kinetic effects • Scalable effects/Modular payloads Interchangeable 3D • Increased standoff range C2 / ISR Printed Warhead Capability Concept(s) Addressed • 2.1 Flight Time 10 minutes • Modular payload design to enable rapid reconfiguration for a 2.1. Projected at end (3QFY17): 4 tailored based on the customizable payload Related Efforts: 3.4. Force Protection degrade.3 Lethality TBD. and conduct a simulated engagement. degrade.2.

(Link 16 min. Multi-Missile HIMARS Cross Functional CONCEPT OF EMPLOYMENT: C2 / ISR Using the HIMARS architecture modifying the Norwegian Naval Strike Missile (or like missile) in the antiship mode and a AIM- 120 like missile in the same launcher http://www.com/en/kds/products/missilesystems/n avalstrikemissile/ SPECIFICATIONS: FOOTPRINT: Fires .kongsberg. data link or UAV support. Same as HIMARS ATACAM with exception of link receive footprint as a standard HIMARS detachment.kongsberg.com/en/kds/products/groundbasedaird Force Protection efencesystems/ HIMARS w/Naval Missile System (http://www. Must have capability. CEC preferred) Maneuver Logistics UNCLASSIFIED . Provide multi-mission capability from the same launcher .

2 Deliver Fire Support and Effects • 3. UNCLASSIFIED Last Updated: 10. follow 2. and Reconnaissance and Targeting (ISR-T) • 2.2 Targeting and Demonstrate rapid convergence on work funded by NSWC Dahlgren funds (NISE) destruction of target of gunfire onto static land target • NSWC Dahlgren.3 Geolocation accuracy Geolocation to within 50-ft Logistics experiments in support of FAC/FIAC mission threads. land target demonstrate adequate tracking Maneuver TRL: Current: 6. as part of the USS DAHLGREN 3. continues to fund VASS improvements Team: NSWC Dahlgren UAV and VASS groups. and material alone system.26. activities from distance.1 Detection/tracking of Geolocation to within 50-ft.1 Multi-Domain Intelligence.1. Visual Automated Scoring System Cross Functional Description Warfighting Capability Concept Operational Relevance: • VASS can act as a Forward Observer to gun weapon systems during Naval Surface Fire Support (NSFS) missions • Intuitive interface provides point and click targeting/tracking and gunfire correction orders VASS is designed to be a • VASS quantifies the weapon miss distance to provide Battlefield C2 / ISR multi-functional tool. as a stand- • 1. Fires gun weapon system • Provides user the ability to use one system (VASS) for target CapCon Metric Technical Parameter tracking and digital shot corrections from live UAV video 1.3 Precision marking of obstacles Technology/Engineering Innovation Objectives and Technical Parameters Technology/Engineering Innovation Objective: Clear. Damage Assessment in real-time capable of integration with a • Capability Concept(s) Addressed weapon system. Surveillance.1 Target identification Demonstrate identification and and classification classification of potential targets Related Efforts: from live UAV video • Originally developed using ONR funds (IAR project). Force Protection • 2. concise (1-2 line) description of the goal of • VASS provides an interface between existing UAVs and a the exercise (spell out all acronyms on slide once). Projected at end (3QFY17): 7 2.1 Delivery systems capable of maneuvering troops.2016 . and also has and delivering effects to conduct early raids and other shaping training applications.1.

non-stressing.7km) down range –Muzzle Velocity: ~1 km/s –Sabot: ± 0.5-5min –Lethality Logistics UNCLASSIFIED . ± 12º down range –Lethality Maneuver •Max Range •Fires: Similar to Navy 5” / 54 –Navy 5”: ± 35nm •Air: slow. Obturator (5”). etc… –Surface to Surface Range: ~45 km –Firing Rate: 1-4 rpm (hand loaded) –Large mass: ± 2nm (3.25nm. Armature (RG). Rail-Gun Cross Functional CONCEPT OF EMPLOYMENT: C2 / ISR This application could be used to close straits and could also be used on barges however this employment has not yet been tested. non-maneuvering threats –RG: ± 100nm •ERCA (Extended Range Cannon Artillery – 52 Cal) –Surface to Surface Range: ~60-65 km •Max Range Flight Time –Firing Rate: 10 rpm (autoloaded) –Navy 5”: ˜3min –Muzzle Velocity: ~1. Force Protection Rail-Gun SPECIFICATIONS: FOOTPRINT: Fires Parasitics present safety consideration M109A7 Paladin (39 Cal) –Sabots.3 km/s –RG: ˜4.

Cross Functional C2 / ISR Force Protection Fires Maneuver Logistics UNCLASSIFIED .

The footprint is variable for this application. Maneuver Logistics UNCLASSIFIED . Weapon specifications would apply for all the variants. This concept is one that is variable and we could . . and targeting systems Force Protection aboard ships or aircraft can guide these on to a long range target. Box O’Rockets Cross Functional CONCEPTUAL. These weapon systems can be launched from a barge. Box O’Rockets SPECIFICATIONS: FOOTPRINT: Fires . needs of the target. TLAMs. . ATACMs etc. The ranges and payloads would vary and meet the tailor it to whatever is necessary. This is just a vision CONCEPT OF EMPLOYMENT: C2 / ISR In this application we envision the ability to be able to launch myriad weapons such as ASCMs. the back of a fan tail or other means.

Cross Functional C2 / ISR Force Protection Fires Maneuver Logistics UNCLASSIFIED .

Cross Functional C2 / ISR Force Protection Fires Maneuver Logistics UNCLASSIFIED .

C2 for coordination of multiple CLTs. C2. Remove ferry seats to increase space for to provide capabilities required. Improved crane and ramp to support unmanned container delivery. This may allow for CLTs to come in by air and meet Force Protection up with vehicles without any traditional amphib or infrastructure support. Full active duty Navy manning Maneuver . JHSV (Heavy) Cross Functional CONCEPT OF EMPLOYMENT: Modified JHSV. Connecter info in next concept. . Fires . Add multi-missile HIMARS boxes for fire support shore & self defense Logistics UNCLASSIFIED . helo maintenance and vehicles and armament to directly support CLTs. Add the original helo hanger. This will allow surgical facilities. surgical C2 / ISR capabilities. AAV direct water entry and CLT submersible support. It may also allow for the CLT to receive JHSV (Heavy) sustained maned helo support. medical and crew/troops. SPECIFICATIONS: FOOTPRINT: . Size would be same as JHSV. their support ships or contracted civilian lift. . CH-53 capable hanger with prepoed spares for ACE. C2 and upgrade to combatant. Crew would be larger and USN .

Not yet specified due to the short takeoff limits. STOVL FARP Barge SPECIFICATIONS: FOOTPRINT: Fires TACAN Infrared Lighting . Maneuver USMC troops ashore/LAAD Multi-barge connectors (increase surface area LZ) Low visibility/bad weather approach capability (ITG) Sea state/weather minimums (stability) Firefighting stations (ARFF) Air Traffic Control Mobile Team (MMT) Navy tug/barge operators with USMC FARP personnel Logistics UNCLASSIFIED . Special decking on kits to support MV-22 operations Force Protection requirement Additional barges may need to be tied together to USN riverine force (enabler) facilitate the F-35B. STOVL FARP Barge Cross Functional CONCEPTUAL. It is likely that these STOVL FARPS can be on the move continuously with the ability to have TACAN and other Force Protection navigational aids to aid in the location for inbound aircraft. This is just a vision CONCEPT OF EMPLOYMENT: C2 / ISR Being able to use the F-35B to FARP on barges will make the targeting of these critical assets significantly more challenging.

Cross Functional C2 / ISR Force Protection Fires Maneuver Logistics STOVL FARP Barge ( Notional Concept ) UNCLASSIFIED .

RW FARP Barge Cross Functional CONCEPTUAL. etc SPECIFICATIONS: FOOTPRINT: Fires TACAN River Barge (FARP site) Infrared Lighting PROPOSED Special decking on kits to support MV-22 operations o Dimensions: 200L ’x 35’W Force Protection requirement o Draft: 9 ½ ‘ Draft (fully loaded) USN riverine force (enabler) 1 ½’ (Empty) Maneuver USMC troops ashore/LAAD Blue Water Barge (Surface Connector) Multi-barge connectors (increase surface area LZ) PROPOSED Low visibility/bad weather approach capability (ITG) o Dimensions: 369’L x 62W’ Sea state/weather minimums (stability) o Draft: 23 ‘ Draft (fully loaded) Firefighting stations (ARFF) XX’ (Empty) Air Traffic Control Mobile Team (MMT) Navy tug/barge operators with USMC FARP personnel Logistics UNCLASSIFIED . This is just a vision CONCEPT OF EMPLOYMENT: Floating FARP capable of operating in shallow draft estuaries C2 / ISR No Host Nation basing rights requirement (easier permissions) Minimal manpower footprint Inherent mobility increases enemy targeting problem Multi-purpose Retail/Wholesale Minimal up front costs (S&R. R&D) “Kit” out commercial barges procured/leased in theater Force Protection Navy CEB use pre-fabricated kits to convert commercial barges for FARP use STOVL FARP Barge Kits become part of MPF and/or forward staged in PACOM. SOUTHCOM.

Cross Functional C2 / ISR Force Protection Fires Maneuver Logistics ( Notional Concept ) RW FARP Barge UNCLASSIFIED .

or (2) passengers and (1) litter Logistics patient. • Cruising range: 482km • Capacity: 1.provide navigation and obstacle sensing for autonomous missions Maneuver • Controlled by GPS guided pre-determined waypoints. Enable an organic semi-autonomous ground vehicle to “lighten the load” for EAB operations.AITV) Fires • 1 GUSS – slightly larger than the old M151 jeep and smaller • C-130/C-17/ CH-53/MV-22 deployable than a standard HMMWV • Electro-optics. Internally Transportable Vehicle- Light Strike Vehicle (ITV-LSV) which fulfills multiple roles and is significantly smaller than other wheeled assets designed for vertical insertion Force Protection System provides dismounted units semi-autonomous logistic Unmanned Ground Vehicle Systems resupply and casualty evacuations capabilities. or direct tele-operation or can be man-driven. lasers. or a “follow me” mode in which it shadows a warfighter. Ground Unmanned Support Surrogate – Autonomous Internally EAB Site Footptint Transportable Vehicle (GUSS .700lbs of cargo. off-road capable. Unmanned Ground Vehicle Systems Cross Functional CONCEPT OF EMPLOYMENT: C2 / ISR The Ground Unmanned Support Surrogate (GUSS) is a semi- autonomous. UNCLASSIFIED . and navigation sensors .

much is dependent on the number of merchant ships that can be made available from the National Defense Reserve Fleet or from STUFT allied or friendly nations. Ships Taken Up From Trade (STUFT) Cross Functional CONCEPT OF EMPLOYMENT: C2 / ISR Ships Taken Up From Trade (STUFT) is an arrangement for supplementing the fleet in time of war under which merchant ships are employed to support military operations. The uses for such ships can range from troop/cargo/equipment Force Protection transportation to service as mine clearance and hospital ships. STUFT EAB Site Footptint Fires • Supplemental cargo and personnel lift • No permanent footprint • Salvage and towing vessels for barges/dracones • Medical • Fuel (tankers) Maneuver • Potential “lillypads” for aviation • Aid in resupply and/or displacement of EABs Logistics UNCLASSIFIED .

At tech update may provide three times the speed at constant range and payload. range 90 miles.htm SPECIFICATIONS: FOOTPRINT: . 360 gal of JP-5. cargo area support a LAV-25/HIMARS Fires minimum . Size would be approx same as 1960 LARC-XV . land speed 50 mph. etc.000 lbs. Water .globalsecurity. Water speed of 21kts loaded. Maneuver . It could also move a CLT from one island to another of Force Protection provide logistics from non tradtional platforms ashore. Lift 15 tons. well deck. LARC-XV (Modified) Cross Functional CONCEPT OF EMPLOYMENT: Capabible of moving 15 tons ashore It had a 90 mile water (@ C2 / ISR 7kts ) range and 260 mile land (@28 mph) range in 1960. Ballistic protection to 12. land range 260 miles . Sea State 3 capable . .org/military/systems/ship/larc. 45 ft long x 15 feet wide x 16 feet tall. It would be a “risk worthy” flexible connector LARC-XV (Mod) http://www.5mm . Armed with VLS Griffin C-ER and Stinger like missile containers Logistics UNCLASSIFIED . 75. This would provide the ability to move up to LAV-25s ashore from any roll on roll off ramp. barge.

support equipment and room for corpsmen to provide aid. Land vertically on required to be carried in water tight modules or internally. Provide 4000lbs of cargo or three litters and a corpsman up . Maneuver Logistics UNCLASSIFIED . unimproved areas on l and or the water. It may be possible to have Floating KMAX a corpsman provide medevac stabilization inflight even if it is a UAV. As it would only have doper shift off its rotors while turning it would limit the time it could be tracked. If a kmax help could land on the sea and start its own rotors it could provide quick logistics and medevac with increased loiter (engine off while on floats). Have the ability to Requires the ability to move three litters with medical auto start and transfer casualties and cargo at sea. Slightly larger the than a current K-max helo. SPECIFICATIONS: FOOTPRINT: Fires . Cargo may be in a 200 km radius with autonomy. As it Force Protection drifted on the current it would slowly retrograde from its last position when its rotor were turning. Floating KMAX Cross Functional CONCEPT OF EMPLOYMENT: The longer the helo is in the air or has its rotors turning the C2 / ISR easier it is to detect and the more gas it burns.

. Accuracy: (T) 30 min (O) 10 min . Up to 500lbs . Normally Class III. Anti tampering – payload. Up to 25 Km from company/ battalion trains. 500 to 1. Accuracy: (T) 25m (O) 5m item in an Infantry Company MTOE). etc. Delivery means must not unduly burden the unit with manning. mail. . and Class VIII. Accuracy: (T) 5m (O) 1m Logistics UNCLASSIFIED .000 lbs. maintenance. Signature reduction – noise. electronic. Maneuver . Class V. 1.000 lbs and Class I can be exceptions) Also consider Class VII (any . (CBRN equipment . water. Picatinny Pallet Cross Functional CONCEPT OF EMPLOYMENT: Responsive sustainment of equipment and supplies in multiple C2 / ISR locations in all environmental and tactical conditions for dismounted platoons in order to achieve assured resupply capability. Pre-planned . or recovery requirements. Force Protection ROUTINE SPECIFICATIONS: EMERGENCY SPECIFICATIONS: Fires .000 to 2. delivery mechanism. cyber . Weight:10 to 500 lbs. visual . LOGPAC – All Classes of supply.

com/watch?v=wRcaKX6C5Mo Motorized / Floating https://www. This would allow resupply from barge.youtube. . Possess guidance that permitted reliable delivery at a . Defeated footprint negligible.com/watch?v=KBTDkV3aEL0 Containers SPECIFICATIONS: FOOTPRINT: Fires . https://www. . Deception packages could also be deployed Force Protection this way. or with the addition of a small wheeled pallet down any roll on roll off ramp with the assist of a winch. Maneuver location. This would allow anything that could be containerized to be moved from ship to shore or back without a container. LCS. Nose cone is likely inflatable and required compressed air. Likely 7 ft longer than a 40ft equivalent unit. Logistics UNCLASSIFIED . A kit that provides bouncy and mobility to a standard shipping container allowing it motor to location without a connector. unit. Motorized Floating Containers Cross Functional CONCEPT OF EMPLOYMENT: C2 / ISR Motorized containers. Motor section is likely 5 feet longer than a 20 ft equivalent at 7kts for at least 40 nm. Apply to propel and float a 20 or 40 ft equivalent container .youtube.

(1) LWPS Water Purification (1) Fires gallon tank. Or the barge can be moved alongside of the other barges to provide sustainment. IV. II. LWPS can store 3. (2) 3126B Caterpillar Diesel Motors. (3) Rigged Inflatable Boats tanks with a 125 GPM pump. CRUAS can fly during the night. 25K Crane Logistics UNCLASSIFIED . VIII. Solar Panels/Diesel Fuel/Generators . (3) ISO Supply Containers Maneuver mission. dust and some . (13) Man Crew. Can handled up to 4. III. Water ready to drink is distributed from these . 11 Meter RIB. (1) 3000 Water Tack . .500 pounds of cargo per . Kevlar .000 . in the rain.000 gallons of purified water with a 3. The LOG barge could Force Protection weeks worth of sustainment LWPS Barge SPECIFICATIONS: FOOTPRINT: Ocean Deck Barge: 180’X54’X12’. 30-40 knots. IX) to provide C2 / ISR sustainment to other barges from a stationary position by use of Rigged Inflatable Boats (RIBs) to provide sustainment to other barges. Water Purification System Barge Cross Functional CONCEPT OF EMPLOYMENT: (X) LOG Barge: Logistic barge capable of providing multiple Classes of Supply (Class I. . . 3’ Freeboard 2200 S/T . (1) Cargo Resupply Unmanned Aircraft System (CRUAS) wind. (15) Marines Composite.

Use hexagonal forms to fabricate concrete modules that can be pre-positioned. SEAMOD (Expeditionary Concrete Fabrication) Cross Functional CONCEPT: Re-examine the concept of the concrete fabrication for naval applications similar to WWI concrete ships and WWII C2 / ISR Mulberry Harbors off the coast of Normandy. and inter- connected to make a variety of floating EAB node Force Protection platforms. re-inflated. submerged. Comparing Factors: Concrete Steel or Aluminum  construction skill / specialty less more Fires  fabrication site expeditionary industrial home base  durability / survivability more less  cost less more Maneuver  time to build (“cure”) 4 weeks (???)  THINK: QUANTITY NOT QUALITY  THINK: COOKIES NOT CAKE  THINK: EXPENDABILE NOT IRREPLACABLE Logistics  THINK: NUMBER NOT NAMED VESSEL UNCLASSIFIED .

Futures CD&I( brian. Brian Burgess.burgess@usmc.mil ) Cross Functional Aggregate Transfer C2 / ISR Aggregate Dredging Force Protection Concrete Floating Mixing & Concrete Pouring Forms Fires Completed Hex Blocks Maneuver Submerged At-Sea Fabrication Logistics UNCLASSIFIED . Concepts. Notional At-Sea Expeditionary Concrete Fabrication Operation Mr.

Notional EAB Fires Node ( Box O’ Rockets embarked on SEAMOD concrete hex forms ) Cross Functional C2 / ISR Force Protection Fires Maneuver Logistics UNCLASSIFIED .

13/1 resupply Goal: To demonstrate capability to deliver cargo to multiple resupply Stakeholders: LID. providing tactically tailored logistics to forward positioned CLTs. Supply Glider Cross Functional CONCEPT OF EMPLOYMENT: Disposable cargo glider for standoff precision aerial resupply.. Can be either dropped from a sling or deployed via static line C2 / ISR from internal transport. internal transport. adjust the balance between accompanying supplies and L/D . Autonomy/Robotics. Supply glider is delivered from MAGTF organic assets for Strategic lift. Glider folds for transport and wings unfold after deployment. MAGTF Seabasing and CSS elements points from one rotary wing (manned or unmanned) mission. Description: Disposable cargo glider for standoff precision aerial Maneuver resupply. Expeditionary advanced base ops. while minimizing parent aircraft flight time. Logistic Glider Inc. Maneuver Technical Approach: Two competing vendors will design and develop prototype capabilities to prove that a disposable system will be militarly suitable. Yates Electrospace Inc. Force Protection Supply Glider S&T Thrust Areas: Expeditionary Logistics. Logistics UNCLASSIFIED . Modern force. I&L. Can be either dropped from a sling or deployed via static line from Fires EF21 Linkages: Littoral maneuver. Performer(s): Insitech.

500 nm range @ 20kts. Have capabilities to support at least one IDC and approx.000lbs of cargo . 5 litters or 20 pax and 8. float planes and helos Fires .htm SPECIFICATIONS: FOOTPRINT: . 50kts surface speed . life support and medical electrical support off batteries Logistics UNCLASSIFIED . Submersible Support Vessel Cross Functional CONCEPT OF EMPLOYMENT: Submersible logistic support/medevac boat. 3kts submerged speed Maneuver . independent ops for at least 14 days. . At least 12hrs of coms. Matched with the float Kmax like helos it Force Protection could surface and resupply the helos and receive casualties and then resupply and further transfer casualties when float planes were LOG-SUB Concept available. The North Koreans have C2 / ISR designed several SOF submersibles that can utilize the low observable nature of submersing and the operational flexibility of high water speed (50 kts+). Comms mast for comms with CLTs .globalsecurity.org/military/world/dprk/ssi. http://www. act as a battalion aid station for multiple CLTs or provide an emergency egress points for a CLT. This type vessel could provide logistic support.

Forward Surgical Capacity Cross Functional ) CONCEPT OF EMPLOYMENT: C2 / ISR Forward Surgery Capacity provides an CH53/V22 forward surgical capability. and can hold max number of patients for one day Logistics UNCLASSIFIED . Leverages water purification. Flexible design to build toward and accommodate larger missions . blood. Use of an autonomous V-22 capable motorized pallet that can Fires roll off aircraft with the supplies. Smallest package can support two surgeons and supporting team for one day. minimizes logistics demand through technology. blood storage. power. and advanced power storage to extend the amount of time a surgical team can Maneuver provide support without resupply . The initiative optimizes the equipment. -Three shelters of 11X11 . max of 10 per 24 hours. and water to -Payload for one CH-53 or two V-22 support forward surgery for one day without resupply. solar. Surge to 2 patients per hour. Force Protection OV GRAPHIC (example graphic for Concepts to consider) SPECIFICATIONS: FOOTPRINT: .

Surge to 3 patients per hour. Shock Trauma Section Cross Functional CONCEPT OF EMPLOYMENT: C2 / ISR Shock Trauma Section provides a light and maneuverable (via ITV) means to treat trauma on the battlefield with an Emergency Room physician lead team. ER nurse.Can support an ER doctor. can supply the power demands of the medical technology. and can keep up with the ground units .Redundantly powered and constantly monitored blood storage technologies to push blood far forward safely .One ATV . max of 12 per 24 hours.Shelter is 11x11 patient warming across the evacuation chain Maneuver . and can hold max number of patients for one day Logistics UNCLASSIFIED . The Shock Trauma Section provides the platform and power to Force Protection operate the latest medical technology in a package that is V-22 compatible and can maneuver with the ground element OV GRAPHIC (example graphic for Concepts to consider) SPECIFICATIONS: FOOTPRINT: Fires . and uninterrupted .Light and maneuverable vehicle that is V-22 capable. constant. ER PA. and an 8404 .Controlled. redundantly powered.

This capability. This approach will leverage AACUS OV GRAPHIC and a medical common operating picture.Mission Planning and Management System to automate medical .Compatible with common operating systems to track requests aircraft. (example graphic for Concepts to consider) SPECIFICATIONS: FOOTPRINT: Fires . organic to medical. .Will require AACUS on a designated aircraft/ground vehicle Maneuver payload sizes to leverage available aircraft/ground vehicles and to fit mission requirements . will help ensure that light medical platforms can be Force Protection resupplied in a timely fashion with little impact on air assets supporting combat operations.Mission planning system can also use smaller UAVs with 10 pound payloads and 20 mile range that can be organic to medical Logistics UNCLASSIFIED . and on designated .Will require mission planning and management systems to logistics be available at the sea-base.Leverage AACUS and mission planning systems for flexibility in . ashore. Class VIII Delivery Cross Functional CONCEPT OF EMPLOYMENT: C2 / ISR Class VIII delivery utilizes autonomous UAVs to deliver Class VII supplies from mid term storage to the point of need Distributed Operations will require medical assets to be self- sustaining in austere environments.Autonomy affords for minimal time required for medical team to coordinate and guide delivery to medical unit .

precision guided tactical air delivery • Capacity: JPADS-2K for up to 2. JPADS-30K for up to 30. and reduces on ground load dispersion with accuracy.500 up to as high as 35. meteorology data gathering kit. and JPADS-60K for up to 60.10.200lbs.000 lbs. and GPS re-Broadcast kit. JPADS increased air carrier survivability.000 foot mean sea level (MSL). Joint Precision Air Drop System (JPADS) Cross Functional CONCEPT OF EMPLOYMENT: JPADS is a high altitude capable guided precision airdrop system C2 / ISR that provides increased control release from the aircraft.000lbs. Force Protection JPADS provides increased ground accuracy. JPADS-10K . and improved effectiveness/assessment feedback regarding airdrop mission operations JPADS EAB Site Footptint Fires • C-130/C-17/ CH-53/MV-22 deployable • Negligible • Systems are expected to operate from altitudes of 24. • Can operate from sea or shore bases Maneuver • 24/7 all-weather. JPADS is controlled by the assistance of a mission planner laptop with precision airdrop applications.000 lbs • System disposable with exception of Airborne Guidance Unit Logistics (AGU) UNCLASSIFIED . standoff delivery.

it is a rugged trailer that extract and stores non-potable water (NPW) via an on-board pump. SPECIFICATIONS: FOOTPRINT: Fires • Water purification (up to 50gal/hr) on the move. (Loading) Tire Pressure @ 10psi – 59” (149cm) • Distribution: Directly into 5gal Jerry cans (Not Pictured) • Width: (Outside Tire Measurement) – 61” (153cm) • Reduced power requirements: 24v (DC) • Length: (Towing Ring to Rear Frame) – 72” (183cm) Maneuver • Solar panel integration: Battery recharging of on-board • Weight: (without source water) – 1561lbs power system and power exportation. Small Unit Water Purification – On the Move (SUWP – OTM) Cross Functional CONCEPT OF EMPLOYMENT: SUWP-OTM is built into an Expeditionary Fire Support System (EFSS) C2 / ISR trailer reconfigured to provide a high mobility water desalinization. • Height: (Travel) Tire Pressure @ 25psi – 61” (153cm) • Bulk source water storage: up to 150gal. low power. allowing quick departure from the source. high output system so it provides maximum flexibility and reduced power requirements. When coupled with a prime mover. not necessary for use. (without source water) – 2761lbs • Organic pumping system: Water extraction at rate of • Solar Panels can be incorporated for trickle charge but are 5gal/min from source up to 100’ away. It is a low pressure. • Noise Signature: 70dBA (Less than a busy street) • Entire Footprint for full system when laid out is no bigger than 15’x15’ Logistics UNCLASSIFIED . This reduces exposure of the warfighter and enables greater mobility. and purify while in route to another objective. purification and distribution system. The system Force Protection cleans and clears NPW to NSF Protocol P248 standards at more than 50 gallons per hour.

Force Protection ALC Description: ALC will be capable of semi-autonomous navigation. C2 / ISR ALC will provide the MAGTF the capability to deliver logistics via amphibious connector without the need of putting Marines and Sailors in harms way in contested environments. Virginia Tech Logistics UNCLASSIFIED . Autonomy/Robotics identification and avoidance as well as delivery in support of Company Landing Teams (CLT) and Special Purpose (SP) Marine Air Ground Task Force (MAGTF) operations. ALC (Autonomous Littoral Connector) Cross Functional CONCEPT OF EMPLOYMENT: ALC (Autonomous Littoral Connector) provides semi-autonomous amphibious surface logistics support from the Seabase. 8) to enable semi-autonomous and autonomous Ship to Objective Maneuver • “Increased capacity to employ unmanned aerial system (STOM). MCCDC. Performer: NSWC-DD. Sensory perception and obstacle detection Mission planning interface which provides health and status of craft in any Stakeholders: MCWL. 34) technology.Exploits innovative concepts and approaches Development & integration of navigation and perception capabilities in order (p. obstacle S&T Thrust Areas: Expeditionary Logistics. Capabi Fires EF-21 Linkages: Goal(s)/Objectives: • Modern Force . (UAS) from naval platforms and connectors supporting Delivery of equipment & supplies from STOM using robotic/sensing Maneuver timely target acquisition” (p. Interface with UAS in order to generate multi-platform situational awareness. MCSC environment including A2/AD.

to transfer ISO containers to Mature technologies to reduce technical risk for future advanced at-sea lift-on/lift-off systems by conducting at-sea and from various ships through the high end of Sea State 4.000 lbs in SS4 Maneuver Transfer operations to be demonstrated: • In port container self load / unload to a pier and to a lighter (Harbor scenario) • At-sea self load / unload from the deck of a container ship (Seabasing scenario) Logistics UNCLASSIFIED . This same capability can be adapted to reload VLS missile tubes on Navy combatants operating within forward contested austere Force Protection environments. Large Vessel Interface. Container transfer capacity to be demonstrated: • 40. LVI LO/LO Uses an advanced crane. Provides a logistics capability that does not exist today. Fires container transfers with a large-scale technology demonstrator (TRL 6). Lift-on/Lift-off (LVI LO/LO) Cross Functional CONCEPT OF EMPLOYMENT: Enables transfer of ISO containers from the cargo ships to the shore through the Sea Base. This could act as part of the support and sustainment EAB. Eliminates the requirement for a friendly port C2 / ISR to unload containers destined for the shore.000 lbs in SS3 • 20.

HEIT (Hybrid Energy ITV Trailer)

Cross Functional
CONCEPT OF EMPLOYMENT:

HEIT (Hybrid Energy ITV Trailer) Tactical Quiet Generator on an ITV

C2 / ISR
trailer. The HEIT also harvests energy from renewable sources (solar,
wind, shore power) and stores the energy in a high capacity battery
bank.

The HEIT can be deployed with the CLT providing adequate power

Force Protection
harvesting and generation to power the COC.
HEIT

Description: HEIT combines ways to generate, scavenge, condition, store,
S&T Thrust Areas: Expeditionary Logistics manage and distribute power. HEIT is a standard ITV Ammo Trailer reconfigured
to provide 3.5 kW Tactical Quiet Generator (TQG) capabilities with the primary

Fires
EF-21 Linkages: system, the battery bank, providing silent operation and harvests energy from
renewable energy sources such as solar, shore power, or conventional energy
• “ …reduction of the logistics footprint ashore…” (p. 41)
provided by the on-board generator. With the primary power source being the
• “Employing more efficient electrical generation and battery bank, it provides auto-load balancing and an uninterruptable power
distribution systems…” (p. 41) supply to support the MAGTF.

Maneuver
Stakeholders: MCWL, MCCDC, MCSC, E2O, AMSAA (USA) Goal(s)/Objective(s): Provide power to DO BN/Co through the use of solar,
shore, and generator power generation. Identify and match power capabilities
to power demands of C4ITV and BN/Co CAPSET. Tie to C4 & supporting
requirement through FY15/FY16 and beyond. Focus on EF-21 Experimentation
ITV towable solution (using modified ITV Ammunition Trailer)
V-22/CH-53/C130 transportable
Fuel sources: Battery, JP-8, Solar, Genset, "leached" shore power

Logistics
UNCLASSIFIED

Autonomic Logistics (AL)

Cross Functional
CONCEPT OF EMPLOYMENT:

C2 / ISR
 Autonomic Logistics is the Marine Corps application of:
 Sense and Respond Logistics (S&RL)
 Condition Based Maintenance Plus (CBM+)
 Electronic Maintenance Support System (EMSS)

 Sensors Report Status & Condition of Assets

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 Fuel & Ammo Levels
 Platform Health
 Mobile Loads

AL Supporting Expeditionary Logistics  Platform status & condition provided for C2 systems

SPECIFICATIONS: FOOTPRINT:

Fires
Normal Logistics C2 capabilities – embedded sensors and No additional footprint for capability
platform logistics modules.
 Platform sensors, cabling, data bus (CANBUS 2 standard)
 Data-acquisition – STE-ICE controllers on vehicle

Maneuver
 Vehicle power supply
 Vehicle health monitor (EPLS)
 Vehicle display and software
 Off-board Service Application Viewer (software on MCHS)

Logistics
UNCLASSIFIED

Expeditionary Manufacturing (3D Printing)

Cross Functional
CONCEPT OF EMPLOYMENT:

C2 / ISR
Expeditionary Manufacturing (EM) capabilities will be developed and fielded
as part of the integrated MAGTF repair network – capable of manufacturing
both critical ground and aviation flight critical components rapidly and as far
forward as possible in the area of operations.

USMC EM capabilities will be part of the larger JTF integrated EM capability –

Force Protection
requirements for manufacturing for other Services will be directed by the
JTF and accomplished via electronic delivery of all required CAD diagrams,
blueprints, and technical drawing packages needed to manufacture
requested items.

SPECIFICATIONS: FOOTPRINT:

Fires
Provides the capability to: Variable – EM locations/instances will require the following:

 Fabricate end-use or repair parts products  Computer
 Rapidly fabricate “form-fit-function” prototypes for  3D and/or CAD/CAM software

Maneuver
expedient modifications and/or repairs  Machine equipment (printer) with power supply
 Store and transmit CAD/CAM files and item drawings  Layering / build material
 Integrate into a larger repair network of EM capabilities  Plastic (powder or liquid)
 Metal powder
 Sheet material

Logistics
UNCLASSIFIED

USMC Prepositioning Programs

Cross Functional
CONCEPT OF EMPLOYMENT:

C2 / ISR
 Enable the rapid deployment and employment of a fully
capable Marine Air-Ground Task Force (MAGTF) anywhere in
the world in support of our National Defense Strategy.
 Combines the capacity and endurance of sealift and land
prepositioning with the speed of airlift.

Force Protection
 Inherently flexible to respond to the full spectrum of
contingencies with effective power projection.

SPECIFICATIONS: FOOTPRINT:

Fires
 MPF  MPF:
• 2 MSRONS – PACOM AOR • 14 Ships – 7 per MPSRON
• Each MPSRON provides a 15K+ MEB • 70% of MEB supplies/equipment
• 30 days sustainment • Requires offload location and airfield in vicinity for FIE

Maneuver
• Global employment
 MCPP-N
 MCPP-N – EUCOM AOR • 6 caves and 2 airfield storage facilities – central Norwat
• Supports 5K MAGTF • Requires FIE and movement to employment area
• NATO support
• Global employment

Logistics
UNCLASSIFIED

Submersible Fuel Barges Cross Functional CONCEPT OF EMPLOYMENT: C2 / ISR Force Protection SPECIFICATIONS: FOOTPRINT: Fires Maneuver Logistics UNCLASSIFIED .

precision aerial resupply. Glider folds for transport and wings unfold after deployment. Can be either dropped from an external sling or deployed via static line from internal transport. precision guided tactical air delivery • (4) Marines • Capacity: 300 lbs Maneuver Logistics UNCLASSIFIED . Logistics Glider Cross Functional CONCEPT OF EMPLOYMENT: C2 / ISR Disposable cargo glider for standoff. Force Protection Autonomous logistics delivery capability from a sea or shore base to multiple widely dispersed EABs operating within the Logistics Glider A2AD threat ring from safe distances Logistics Glider System EAB Site Footptint Fires • C-130/C-17 deployable • (1) Recovery trailer (only required if recovery of system is • Can operate from sea or shore bases desired) • 24/7 all-weather.

Force Protection • 1.2. and parachute landing. Fires • Commercial unmanned system technology airdropped from CapCon Metric Technical Parameter current air connector at or near ceiling.1. Projected at end (3QFY17): 6 1.2.3. UC Davis.1. control.1. that illustrates technology or concept Resolution <250 KB Capability Concept(s) Addressed • 1. Logistics UNCLASSIFIED Last Updated: 10/26/2016 . 1. maneuvering small C2 / ISR Picture or Graphic Here: units without logistical infrastructure ashore. Payload average 1020 lbs Related Efforts: • DARPA STTR ST14B-004 • MCWL TACAD Team: DARPA/NSWCDD H33 TEAMS. Support of early assault teams.3. Move seabase further out during STOM Technology/Engineering Innovation Objectives and Technical Parameters Technology/Engineering Innovation Objective: Demonstrate airdrop extraction. Army Natick Soldier RDEC.1. NAVAIR. wing unfold.1. Support of reconnaissance forces. • Resupply directly to multiple.1. Support of conventional forces. distributed. • 1.1. Revolutionary Airlift Innovation (RAIN) Cross Functional Description Warfighting Capability Concept Operational Relevance: • Ship-to-objective Maneuver (STOM) cargo resupply by low- cost glider. ½-1 ton capacity. LGI. flight • Cost driven. Payload average 671 lbs 1. Offset range TBD Maneuver TRL: Current: 4. single-use “container”.1.

Cross Functional C2 / ISR Force Protection Fires Maneuver Logistics UNCLASSIFIED .

It is perfect for remote areas.e. Dracone Fuel Barge Cross Functional CONCEPT OF EMPLOYMENT: The towable dracone barges are ideal for liquid logistics C2 / ISR distribution in support of an EAB. Dracone Fuel System EAB Site Footptint Fires • C-130/C-17/CH-53 deployable • Tow vessel and crew (does not need to remain with dracone) • Palletized for transport • Can remain off shore in shallow water • Towed by USN/USCG/HN salvage vessels or tugs • Operable 24/7 all-weather Maneuver • Capacity: up to 300. conditions tend to involve situations where conventional.. on-site. steel-hulled barges are not feasible. Dracones can be deployed anywhere and can rapidly become an adequate temporary storage capability. The dracone can transport product or provide an immediate storage container. available or timely (i.000 gallons • Discharge range: 200 – 400 meters • Semi-submersible • Flexible rubber/polymer fabric Logistics UNCLASSIFIED . where a conventional barge is unavailable or impractical. Force Protection For dracones use. remote locations and emergency lightering Dracone operations).

Force Protection Towed “conundrums” have receded into history. PLUTO Fuel System EAB Site Footptint Fires • Towed by USN/USCG/HN salvage vessels or tugs • Tow vessel and crew (does not need to remain with dracone) • Operable 24/7 all-weather • Fuel discharge point • Capacity: up to 300. A modern vessels is capable of laying more than 3. Pipeline Under the Ocean (PLUTO) Cross Functional CONCEPT OF EMPLOYMENT: 21st century PLUTOs are evident in modern pipe-laying vessels C2 / ISR that have taken the concept of using coiled pipe to remarkable lengths. Coiled pipe reels now ride aboard specialized vessels – constructing a subsea PLUTO Fuel System infrastructure that safely connects fuel storage facilities with EABs (either from ship-to-shore or shore-to-shore).800 tons of pipe of up to 16 inches in diameter – at a speed of more than 13 knots.000 gallons • Discharge range: up to 70 miles Maneuver • Submersible • Flexible rubber/polymer fabric Logistics UNCLASSIFIED .