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Visit of Defense Science Study Group
9 June 2006

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The Defense Science StudvGrouo 1DSSGIselects voune orofessors from m a w of the natmn's

development, and the systems, missions, and operations of the armed forces

The mission o f the DSSG is to convey to members an understandmgof the technical dimcnsiom
ofnational security issues and an appreciation for the people and operations involved

The conference will present thrce briefings to the DSSG,

a The Command Overview This i s an unclassified over view ofCENTCOM's history'


command relationships,essential tasks. forces deployed in the AOR. breakdowno f
coalition forces, strategy. mission and threat analvsis ICOL ibil61 )

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Service program o f record. The program was designed to provide ajump slan to the
acquisition process and provide a residual capability to the Combatant Commander while
the technologes are integratedinto Service programs of record (Mr [W )

c Counter-Improvised Explosive Device: Discuses the threat ofworking in the


CCNI.COM AOR, and other IED infcsted environments Presents information on the
Commander's Counter-IED W E D ) Guidance and an overview ofthc CENTCOM C -
1ED Campaign Plan (COL fmw

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Director. Resources & Science and Technology
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History of LTC'ENTC'OM, Jmuary - December 2005

I N T E L L I G E N C E BRIEFINGS T O V E R Y I M P O R T A N T PERSONS M P s ) A N D
SENIOR OFFICERS iU)

(U) h m y - Congressman Jim Davis, Florida I1' District Representative, United


Slates Congress; Vice Admiral (Retired) John McConnell, Vice President, Booz Allen
Hamilton; Major General (Retired) Leroy Barnidge, Deputy General Manager Northrup
Gmmman Melbourne: Lieutenant General H. Steven Blum. ANG. Chief, National Guard
Bureau; Dynamics o f Strategic Leadership Group, National Geospatial-Intelligence
Agency; Mr. Wl6l Booz Allen Hamilton, Principal Manager; Mr. Porter Goss,
Director o f Central Intelligence; Dr. Stephen Cambone, Under Secretary o f Defense for
Intelligence; Lieutenant General William Boykin. USA, Deputy Undersecretary of
Defense for Intelligence and Warfighting Support; Major General Richard Quirk, USA,
Director Signals Intelligence, National Security Agency; Mr. Mark Wheat, Staff Director
and Chief Council, House Government Reform Committee, United States House of
Representatives; His Excellency Jean-David Levitte, French Ambassador to the United
States; Air Commodore Pieter Cobelens. Director o f Operations, Netherlands Military
Defense; Major General Charles E. Wilson. USAR, Deputy Commander. U S . Army
Reserve Command; Tampa Community Civic Leader Group; Dr. Michael Doran.
Assistant Professor, Department o f Near Eastern Studies, Princeton University: Brigadier
General Brett D. Cairns, Director General, Military Plans and Operations, Canadian
Defense Forces; Lieutenant General Harry Radeugue, USAF, Director. Defense
Information Systems Agency; Ambassador Baktybek Abdrisaev, Kyrgyzstan
Ambassador to United States; His Excellency Ilk0 Dimotrov, Deputy Minister of
Defense. Bulgaria; Ms Janice Gardner, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Intelligence and
Analysis. Department of Treasury; Naval Staff College; Brigadier General Joseph Votel,
USA. Director Joint Improvised Explosive Devices Defeat Task Force and CAPSTONE
Class 05-01.

(U) February- Mr. Lorenzo S. Hiponia, SES, Director Center for External and
I t r a t i o n a l Programs, Joint Military Intelligence College; Lieutenant General Hans
Sonneveld, Deputy to Chief o f Defense Staff, Royal Netherlands Defense Forces; Tampa
Connection; Honorable Michael L. Dominguez. Assistant Secretary of the Air Force for
Manpower and Reserve Affairs; Joint Chiefs of Staff and Office of the Secretary of
Defense U.S. Army Interns: Brigadier General Daniel Wright, USA. Assistant Judge
Advocate General for Military Law and Operations; Industrial College of the Armed
Forces: Lieutenant General Duncan J. McNabb, USAF, Director for Logistics, Joint

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Chapter II Joint Planning, Operations,and Training

Staff M r Tom Fnedman New York Times Columnist, Brigadier General Charles
Neelev USAF. and Air Commodore David Pietsch. Director General of Interoperabilih,
Royal Australian A i r Force, A u s t r a l i d United States Combined Interoperabilit~Team

(U) March - M r Ro? ApseloN. SES, Actmg Director o f National Media Exploitation
Center. U S A m y War College P o l i q Fellows Program, M r Avon Adams, SES,
General Counsel for the Army. M r George Pierce. SES. General Counsel, Defense
Intelligence Agency, M r Leonard Jefferson. SES. Joint Material Command and Armv
Field Support Command Executive Leadership Program, Lieutenant General (Retired)
John J Cusick. USA, Rapid Deployment Joint Task Force Senior 2 5 ' Reunion,
Honorable Pete Hoekstra. Chairman, House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence,
United States Congress. Naval Command College (Internal!onal Fellows). D r Linton
Wells, It. Assistant Secretary o f Defense for Networks and I n f o r m a t m Integration, Joint
Capabilities Board. Major General (P) Elkenberry. USA, Incoming Combined Forces
Command-Afghanistan Commander. Ambassador David Lin, PoIitical/Mihtarv
Counselor to Baghdad Iraq. Major General Mileb Wseiwes Fahed A h h e n , Vice
Chairman, Joint Chiefs o f Staff. Jordanian Armed Forces, Senior Executive Senice
APEX 20. Western Hemisphere Institute for Secunty Cooperation and General Staff
Officers Course. Naval Staff College (International Fellows). M r Michael Braun. SES,
Chief o f Operations. Drug Enforcement Agency, Major General Bahadur Gumng. Chief
Quartermaster Department, Nepal Arm?, Major General Valdas Tutkus, Commander.
Lithuanian Armed Forces. M r Bill McGinnis, Staff Delegate, House Appropriations
Survey and Investigations Committee, Dr Marc Sageman, MD. Ph D , Clinical Assistant
Professor. University o f Pennsylvania. Air Force Science Advisory Board, and Major
General John T Brennan, USAF. Incoming Chief, Office o f Military Cooperation-
Afghanistan (OMC-A)

(U) - Lmtenant General E d w r d Hanlon, Jr. USA, U S Mh!+


Representatne to N A T O Committee, Lieutenant General Walter E Buchanan Ill.USAF,
Commander, U S Central Command Air Forces (CENTAF), Major General Frank R
Favkes. USAF. Director o f Financial Management and Comptroller. Headquarters A i r
Force Material Command. Foreign Defense Attache Operations Delegation. Brigadier
General Annette L Sobel, ANG. Director of Intelligence. National Guard Bureau. (b1161
l b w i , Ph D . Kennedy School of Government, Hanard. Mr Newt Gingnch, Former
Speaker o f the House and U S Representative. General Colonel Sertiiy
Olekansandrovych Kyrychenko, Chief o f General Staff, Armed Forces o f U k r m e . U S
Council on Foreign Relations Delegation. Clearwater Community Civic Leader Group.
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History of USCENTCOM, J m l u a q - December 2005

Central Intelligence Agency Career Analyst Class. General Ray Henault, Canadian
Defense Forces, Chairman (Designate) Military Committee o f NATO. M r Dobie
McAnhur, Special Assistant to Deputy Secretary o f Defense, Brigadier General David
Capenell. United Kingdom Chief of Defense Liaison Officer 10 the Joint Chief o f Staff,
Ms Sue Payton. SES. Deputy Under Secretary of Defenses Advance Systems and
Concepts. M r Douglas J Feilh, Under Secretary of Defense for Policy. M a p General
Timothy F Ghormley, USMC, Incoming Commander, Combined Joint Task Force, Horn
o f Afnca. Ms Marina Pendes, Bosnia Deputy Minister o f Defense for Resources,
CAPSTONE 05-0, M r Frederic W Maerkle, POLAD (designate) to Combined J o m
Task Force, Horn o f Africa, Netherlands Advance Defense Course, and Colonel (P)
James E Moentmann, USA, Incoming Chief o f Staff for Coalition Forces Command -
Afghanistan

(U) May - Forengn Operat~onsComnuttee, U S Senate, MI Jose Bono. Mm~stero f


Defense for Spain. Dr (bii6) . SIS. Chairperson. A m Science Board. Marine
Corps War College. M r Forest Farlev. Director James A H a l q Veterans Hospital. M r
IbKW . Defense Intelligence Senior Leader. National Air and Space Intelligence
Center. Major General James A Kellev. USA, Chief o f Staff, U S Armv Reserve
Command. M r Mark Greer. SES. Vice Deputy for Information Management and Chief
Information Officer. Defense Intelligence Agency. Brigadier General Essa AI-Mwroiiei,
Director o f lnlelligence, United Arab Emirates Minlstry o f Defense, General D L
Berlqn. Chief o f Defense Staff, Roval Netherlands Defense Force. Armed Forces o f the
Kingdom of Netherlands. Vice Admiral John Morgan, USN. Deputy Chief of Naval
Operations for Information, Plans, and Strategy. Brigadier General Arnun Hasenpusch,
Director o f Military Intelligence. Minister of Defense, Bonn. German". Brigadier Pail
Newton. Assistant Chief of Staff. Directorate of Intelligence. Permanent Joint
Headquarters, United Kingdom, Ms Carol Haave, SES, Deputy Under Secretary o f
Defense for Counter Intelligence and Secuntv, Dr JeITrq Starr, SES. Office o f Secretary
o f Defense for Special Operations and Low Intensity Conflict, Major General John T
B e n USA, Security Coordinator and Chief. Office of Military Cooperalion-
Afghanistan. Brigadier General Joseph L Volel. USA. Director Joint Improvised
Explosive Device Defeat Task Force. Mr Bard Glad Pedersen, Depuly Minister o f
Defense, Norway, Admiral Giampaola Di Paola, Chief of the Italian Defense General
Staff. Ms Monica Shephard, Director, Join1 Prototype Pathway, U S Joint Forces
Command. Vice Admiral John Morgan, USN. Deputy Chief of Naval Operations for
Information. Plans and Strate=. and the House o f Representatnes Permanent Select
Committee on Intelligence

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(U) - L~eutenantGeneral (Retred) James R Clapper, USA, Dmctm, Nattonal


Geospatial-Intelligence Agency, M r John P Walters, SES, Director o f White House
Office o f National Drug Control Policy, Major General Carlos Eduardo Caceres Flores,
Chief o f Joint General Staff, E l Salvador. M r Bruce Miller, SES, New' Zealand Signals
Intelligence Liaison Officer and National Crytologic Representative (Afghanistan),
National Security Agency, Brigadier General John M Ferryman, USA, incoming Chief
o f Training Mission. Afghanistan, Brigadier General Robert L Caslen, Jr, USA. Deputy
Director for War On Terrorism. Joint Staff. M r Tom Fnedman, Foreign Affairs
C o l u m s l , New York Times. M a p General Hamad AI-Attiyah, Chief of Staff, Qatar
Armed Forces. Brigadier General Michael D Jones. USA. Deputy Director, Politico-
Military Affairs for Middle East. Joml Staff, Major General Benoit Puga. Commander o f
French Special Operations Command. Honorable Richard Cheney, Vice President o f
United Stales, M r Bob Hite. News Anchor. Channel WFLA. M r (Wl .
Depulv
Director, Office o f Military Affairs. Central Intelligence Agency. Honorable Carlos
Westendorp y Caben. Spanish Ambassador l o United States, Brigadier Simon Porter,
British Army, Assistant Chief of Staff for Plans and Poliq-SHAPE, Brigadier General
Kathleen Gainey. USA. Director o f Force Projection and Distribution. Office o f Depup
Chief o f Staff for the Army. M r Tadamichi Yamamoto, Minister, Plenipotentiary and
Depul? ChiefofMission, Embassy orJapan. Washington D C , M r Mike Evenson. SES.
Director of Combat Support. Defense Threat Reduction Agency, M r Brad Hanson,
Incoming Deputy' Chief o f Mission. U S Embassy', U~bekistan,Brigadier General Gary
M Jones. Commander United Slates Army Special Forces Command. Major General
Michael J C M Gauthier. Canadian Chief o f Defense Intelligence, M r Enk Abfomson.
SES, Office o f Iraqi Analysis. National Security Group, and M r Menus Balu, Secretary
of State. Romania

(U) - Senator Alan Ferguson. L ~ k r a l Parly. Chairman J m t Standmg


Committee on Foreign AlTairs and Trade and Leader Australian Defense Sub-Committee.
Brigadier General James R Myles, USA, Commanding General, US Army Test and
Evaluation Command. Brigadier General Joseph L Votel, USA. Director I E D Task
Force. Brigadier General Rhetl A Hemande,, USA. Director, Officer Personnel
Management Directorate. Lieutenant General John F Saltier, USMC, Commanding
General, First Marine Expeditionaq Force (1-MEF). Ambassador David C Lilt,
Incoming Political Milnary Advisor to Baghdad, Media Blitr "Move America Forward.
Radio Anchor personnel, M a p General Conrad W Ponder, USA. Deputy G-6.
Department ofthe Army, General Michael V Hayden. USAF. Principal Depup Director,

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History of LTSCENTCOM,Jnnuorj~- December 2005

Nanonal Secunty Agency and Chief of Central Security Service, M r Michael S Dell,
Chairman. Board of Directors. Dell Corporation, M r Richard Norland, Incoming Deputy
Chief of Mission, U S Embassy in Afghanistan. His Excellency Jerw S,majdmski,
Minister of Defense, Poland. CAPSTONE Class 05-3. Lieutenant General Charles E
Croom, USAF, Director, Defense Information Systems Agency, Colonel General Ahmed
.
Arara, Moroccan Defense Attache to U S General Carlos Ospina Ovalle, Commander,
Military Forces, Colombia. Ms Frances Fragos Townsend. Assistant l o the President for
Homeland Secunty. M r Jeff Castell!, SES. Central Intelligence Agency, M r Richard
Chnstensen, SES, Deputy Chief o f Staff, G2, USA. Major General Richard J Quirk,
USA. Director Signals Intelligence. and MI 1Wl DISL, National Security
Agency. Brigadier General Danv Van De Ven. Belgian Defense Attache to U S . and
General Gerhard Back. Commander. N A T O Joint Force Command Headquarters

(U) &gml - M r Ken Olsen. Attorney. M r Mark Greer, SES, Vzce Deput, for
Information Management, Defense Intelligence Agency. Major General Ahmed Mokhtar,
Chief Egyptian Training Authority, Honorable Mel Marline,, Republican-Florida, United
Stales Senator. Ms Beth Larson, Majority Staff Member. House Permanent Committee
on Intelligence. Admiral (Retired) Dennis Blair. President and CEO, Institute for Defense
Analysis, Nashville Committee on Foreign Relations, M r Stephen Norton, SES. Chief
Defense Human Intelligence Management Office. M r Jack Matheus, SES. Chief, Joint
Communications Security Monilonng Actnily. National Security Agency. Command
and Staff College. German Armed Forces. Brigadier General Marek Dukacmvski, Chief
Defense Intelligence. Polish Ministry of Defense, Major General Marl. A Welsh, USAF,
Deput) Commander. Joint Funclional Component Command for Intelligence,
Surveillance and Reconnaissance, U S Strategic Command. General (Retired) Bany
McCaffrev, USA, Adjunct Professor, United Slates Military Academy. Assistant
Secretary David Welch, Bureau of Near Eastern Affairs, Stale Department, General
Gerhard Back. Commander. NATO Joint Forces Command Headquarters and
Ambassador Enc S Edelman, United Stales Ambassador l o Republic o f Turkey

(U) - General Herin Bentegeat. Chtefofthe Armed Forces Genecal StaK


Republic o f France, Major General R a n Muhammad Khan, Director o f Operations.
Plans and Senices, Pakistan Army, Colonel General Jaroslav Gofjar, Deputy Director.
Slovak Republic Milnary Intell~gence Service. His Excellency General Perve,,
Mushmar. President of Pakistan. Admiral Edmund P Giambastiani. Jr. Vice Chairman.
US Joint Chiefs o f Staff, Brigadier General Sandy Davidson, USA. Incommg Chief,
Office of Defense Represenlalne, Pakistan. His Excellency Martin Fedor. Slate Under
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Secretq. Ministry o f Defense, Slovak Republic. Senior Executive Service. APEX 21


Orientation. Dr Richard Gault, SES, Chief, Office for Cntical Infrastructure Protection
and Homeland Security, Defense Intelligence Agency, and Turkish Distinguished
Visitors Orientation Program Tour

(U) Q@dm - Bn8e.d~ General Mark Solo, USAF, mcommg C h d , Office o f


M t / Cooperation, Kuwait, CAPSTONE 06-1. Brigadier General Stephen Layfield,
USA, Deputy Chief of Staff for Operations with Allied Rapid Reaction Corps. Honorable
Donald Rumsfeld, US Secretary ofDefense, Dr Thomas P M Bametl. AuthorNew York
Times Best Seller, "The Pentagon's New Map," Brigadier General Joseph L Votel, USA,
Director. Joint Improvised Explosive Device Defeat Task Force, Office o f Deputy Chief
of Staff of USA. Ambassador James Larocco. Multinational Force and Observers
Director General. NATO Reporting Tour 2005. General Sir Richard Dannatt.
Commander in Chief Land Command. Unned Kingdom. Lieutenant General (Retired)
Claude Kicklighter. USA, Special Assistant to Secretan of Defense for Transformation
o f Afghanistan and Iraq, Honorable S e r ~ hSargsyan, Minister o f Defense, Republic of
Armenia. M r Larry Hollingsworth. SES, Head 4 5 Aircraft Dnision Operations, Corps
of Foreign Naval Attaches. and Joint Capabilities Board

IUj - M a p General Benogt Pus* Commander French Specad Operat~ons


Command. M r Daniel J DelI'Orto. Principal Deputy General Counsel. Department of
Defense, Lieutenant General Johann Georg Dora Deputy Chief of Defense Staff.
Germany, M r Pierre Kraehenbuehl. Director of Operations for International Committee
of the Red Cross. M r Robert J Olson. Interim Director. Near East South East Asia
Center, Department o f Defense. General Intelligence Training Council. Rear Admiral
Richard Hunt, USN. Prospective Commander, Combined Joint Task Force. Horn o f
Afnca- M r Dick Vitale. American Sports Caster, Notable Bin/ Program. General Norton
A Schwart?. USAF, Commander, U S Transportation Command. Dr John P Rose.
Director, George C Marshall European Center for Secunty Studies, Garrnisch-
Partenkirchen. General (Retired) Gary E Luck, USAF Senior Advisor to Joint Forces
Command, M r Neils Hennk Hedegaard. Assistant Director. Danish Defence Intelligence
Service. Major General Jack D Gardner, USA. Deputy Commanding General o f
Detainee Operations and Commanding General Task Force 134, Multi-National Force
Iraq, Lieutenant General Claude V Chnstenson, USA, Director o f Logistics, Joint Staff.
Dr Fareed Zakana- Commander Action Group, Guest Speaker. Lieutenant General
(Retired) Daniel Chnstman. USA. Senior Vice President. International Aflairs to the U S
Chamber of Commerce. M r (bl(6i National Security Are"? Representative lo

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Department o f Defense, Brigadier General Markku Koli, DepuIy Chief o f Operations,


Finish Defense Forces. M r Grant Schneider. SES. Chief o f Enterprise Infrastructure
Senices Group, Directorate for Information Management and Chief Information Officer.
M r Thomas Gimble. SES. Action Inspector General. Department o f Defense, Lieutenant
General Ken Gillespie, Vice Chief of Defense Forces and Chief o f Joint Operations,
Australia- Honorable Stephen A Cambone, Under Secretary o f Defense for Intelligence,
Mr . President. Foundation for the Defense of Democracies. Honorable
John Young, Director o f Defense Research and Engineering. Commodore George
Zambellas. Commander Amphibious Task Force Group, Royal Air Force, United
Kingdom. Brigadier General Gary S Connor. USAF, Commander, Electronic Svstems
Center. Hanscom Air Force Base. and M r Paul Van Son. Director for Bureau of
International Security and Nonproliferation Office o f Export Controls, Department o f
State

(U) - Jon11 Advanced Warfightmg School, Clms 2005. Bngadm General

Joseph L Void, USA, Director Joint Improvised Explosive Device Defeat Task Force.
Rear Admiral Anthonv WIMS, USN. Vice Director O f Operations. Joint Staff. M r Steve
Norton. SES, Director National Human Intelligence Management Office. Major General
Benjamin Freakley, USA, Commanding General, 10"' Mountain Divison. M r Dennis
Richardson. Australian Ambassador lo the United Slates. Business Executives for
National Security. Major General Robert E Durbin. USA, Incoming Chief of Security
Cooperation - Afghanistan. Naval SlafTCollege (International Class of2006). Honorable
Fnis Arne Petersen, Danish Ambassador to the United Stales, Brigadier General Michael
Worden. USAF. Director o f Operational Plans and Joint Matters, Headquarters, United
States Air Force. M r Chuck Alsup, SRS. and M r Daniel Sheehan, SES. Depug Director
and Associate Director o f National Intelligence for Military Support, M r Kenneth
Pollack. Director o f the Saban Center for Middle East Studies at Brookings Institution,
Mr ibw! Assistant Administrator for Democraw Conflict and Humanitarian
Assistance. Brigadier General Damen W McDew, USA, Incoming Director o f Mobility
Forces. and Brigadier General James M Mungenast, USAF, Mobili/ation Assistant 10 the
Director oflhe Defense Intelligence Agenq

CCJ2-JC: Collection Manaeement Division (U)

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Hkllliy of VSCENTCOM, January - December 2005

from requirements to the Joint Staff to sourcing solution back to USCENTCOM,


allowing for automated orders writing and requirements tracking '''
(U) I n a major effort to rewrite DOD deployment doctrine, the branch hosted three
2006.08 planning conferences (January. February and a resubmission conference i n JuK)
establishing o\er 1400 CENTCOM requirements Branch officials prepared for three
global force management boards and a number of Joint Staff and JFCOM sourcmg
events Members were integral in defining force requirements for earthquake relief
efforts in support of Pakistan The branch processed more than 150 requests for forces
(RFFs) from components, which included landmark programs such as the Iraq Transition
Teams and the Afghanistan embedded training teams I t released 46 Redeployment
Orders (RFDEPORDs) closing out for requirements for units ranging in w e from a dog
handler and do to entire brigade combat teams (BCTs) in Iraq and Afghanistan The
branch also released oicr 50 USCENTCOM deploimem order (DEPORD) mod~ficalions
in response to morethan 60 JCS actions '''
AOIUCounter Terrorism Branch lJ3P-AOIUCT I U l

(U) The branch was also mvohed in other OPTS including AOR Strategy AOR
Command and Control the Regional War on Terror and the Combatting Terrorist
Weapons of Mass Destruction Branch personnel reviewed numerous strategic
documents such as the Joint Strategic Capabilities Plan (JSCP) and the Contingeno.
Planning Guidance (CGP) along with numerousjoint publications and theater war plans

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Aside from reviewing documents. AOR & CT also produced numerous documents, not
the least o f which was a number of high-profile briefings that enabled the Commander,
USCENTCOM to tell of the g r m threat emanating from our theater of war The
Commander presented these bnefs 10 a number of dignitaries and academics both
at home and abroad (e g , Dr Pollack. Dr Fnedman, the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs o f
Star, President Mushanraf Prime Minister Blair Vice President Cheney and President
Bush) "'

Strategic Deployment Division IU)

' Input (S). CCJ3P-CT. CY 2005 Annual History. info used (U)
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USCENTCOM ACTD
Overview Briefing
What are ACTDs?

An ACTD is an opportunity to evaluate mature technology from either


civilian or military communities to solve existing military shortfalls in a
cost effective and accelerated manner.

1 Key Elements of an ACTD are:

o CINC Sponsored, Joint in scope.

o 2 phase programs
- Demonstration phase (2-4 years in length)
- Residual phase (1-2 years in length)

o DUSD and Service funded


L' C G S S I C ~ E D
ACTD Streamlined Acquisition Cycle

Technology Military Utility

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COCOM Sponsor10peralional Mgr Lead Sewice -Residuals
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USCENTOM ACTD
Oversight Team

Government
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Major : Science Advisor 0-4 (USAF)

ACTD Contractor Support

Mr -
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Mr Lockheed Martin Retired USAF
Mr -- Lockheed Martin Retired USA
ACTD Selection Process with
USCENTCOM Involvement Points

DUSD (AS8.C)
ACT0 Proposals Initial Reviews

to DUSD (AS8C) November to Dece nber


tipi-frar P
June to Oct t meframe

2-3year 2 year
Development Transition
* Highlighted blocks represent points In the
process where USCENTCOM has involvement
USCENTCOM
Complete ACTDs

o Airbasel Port Biological Detection with Chemical Add-on (

o Battle Damage Assessment for Joint Targeting Toolbox ( )

o Coastal Area Protection System ( )

o Information Operations Planning Tool ( )

o Unattended Ground Sensor ( )

The Science Advisor's Office acts as the Command point of contact for these programs following
the technology transition within the Services.
ADVANCED TACTICAL TARGETING
TECHNOLOGY (AT3)

AT3 is a new FY04 ACTD Y?'


- Problem: Timely destruction of anti-access
radar guided air defense systems can't be
Technologies
- Digital receivers capable of recise,
accomplished with current low-densitylhigh- timely geolocation, modifiecfto
demand aircrafUsystems coordinatelexecute net-centric attack
with non-ARM weapons
- Inexpensive distributed digital
recessing t o bring decision-making
?orward to sensorlstriker
- Builds on existing DARPA r ram,

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basic technology proven, f ~ L S b y3Q
FY03
- Exploit precise and stable TDOA and
FDOA measurements by networked
digital sensors
Objectives:
- Reduce timeline for destruction of anti- Residuals
access threats to less than 10 minutes - Digital equipped, AT3 capable (ALR-69U
after they emit RWR systems) F-16's i n FY06
- Derive target location to less than 50
meter CEP
- Derive target location from greater than
50NM
Derive target location i n less than 10
seconds
Operational MAS1NT

The COMWX ACTD will provide space based


MASINT sensor weather data products using
upgraded communications links in near-real-time

T i e concept f c ~ t i e4CTD ,ass c n v w L, !"e I?-k a*


WETSATs to perform certain quiremenis

- Geo-stationaryMETSAT refresh rates greater than


15 mins
- PolarSATs revisit at best very 4 hours
- Foreign METSAT data does not provide adequate
resolution 14 Kmi
- Lack of 3-D depiction of clouds &cloud forcasts
Lack of near-real-limequick looks 1,
Contamination Avoidance for
Sea Ports of Debarkation

Whv have the CASPOD ACTD?


-Vulnerability of SPOD IAPODs outlined in Desert Breeze Study
-Restoration of Operations for Fixed Sites (RestOps) ACTD did not address SPODs
-Two General Accounting Office reports 98/00 stating
poor APOD ISPOD CB Defense Plans

USCENTC:OM DCINC: "I'm glad that this is moving forward


something that is desperately needed."

Purpose: To identify and provide those technologies,


capabilities, and improvements to doctrine, concepts of
operations, concept of employment, and associated tactics
techniaues. and orocedures that can be utilized prior to.
during,and afteran attack or release, to mitigate the effects
of a chemical-biological agent, toxic industrial chemical and
material (TIC/TIM) on force flow and operational tempo during
the initial stages of power projection operations at SPODs
in immature theaters with limited US presence

End State: The CASPOD ACTD will increase operational warfighting capabilities (improve CONOPSfTTPs
and equipment) throuah improved warning, detection, protection, and decontamination capabilities
that will minimize the impact of a chemical- biological attack or TICfTIM release, on SPOD throughput.
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Bottom Line: Bring Clean Forces to the Fight as Rapidly as Possible.
Hyperspectral Collection and
Analysis System (HyCAS)

HyCAS ACTD will provide the watfighter


with end-to-end hyperspectral capability.
The ACTD will demonstrate:
.several hyperspectral sensors
.military utility that can be integrated
onto different operational platforms
.incorporation into existing tasking,
processing, exploitation and
dissemination (TPED) architecture.

HyCAS ACTD will demonstrate military capability to.


- detect and identify targets using CC&D techniques
support Search and Rescue
supportTagging and Tracking

- perform Intelligence Preparation of the Battiespace (IPB) -terrain analysis (water content, soil type, trafficability
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JISR provides Early Entry Forces with Improved
Situational Awareness through
- Near Real Time Access to Traditional &
Nontraditional Sensor Data
- FusedICorrelated Intelligence Products
Ian

JISR will use a Web-Based Architecture working on existing


C41SR workstations within existing Communications
Archnectures

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The LOSAT ACTD was designed to improve the operational
capability of light forces against armored weapons systems

LOSAT is a HMMWV mounted HvoervelocitvKinelic Enerov -


Missile, which provides a greaterkinetic kill than the M l
Main Battle Tank (Greater than 1500 Mffiec Velocity)
Goals & Objectives
Develop and insert a video rate using classified
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capability visible and IR .into aerial platforms

Reduced image interpretation time and improved target


recognition.

Demonstration focus will be:


Key Mission Areas Time-sensitive targeting
. Stand-off Surveillance Real-time target cueingldetection
. Support Targeting and Battle Damage Assessment Bomb Damage Assessment (BDA)
. Support Targeting of Time Critical Targets Camouflage, Concealment, and Denial (CCD)
- Intelligence Preparationof the Battlefield defeat

. Situational Awareness for the Battle Field Commandet


- + TSV ACTD will support operational movement, repositioninQ
and sustainment of combat forces TSV gives the warfighter
a high-speed, intra-theater, roll-on I roll-off, sealift capability.
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TSV will provide the capability to rapidly re-position a
Brigade Combat Team up to 400 nm (equivalent to 245 C-17
sorties).

TSV will allow for enroute mission planning and rehearsal


providing the commander with the capability to choose
multiple points of entry.

TSV ACTD will demonstrate military capability to:


movement trackina.
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TSV will have tele-logistic technology for asset visibility and

self-deploy, carry 600 short tons of cargo, at 40+ knots and have a
fully loaded range of 4,500 nautical miles on transoceanic
crossings
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operationally move and maneuver combat ready unit sets from
staging sites into forward areas
. prowde follow-on sustainment through degraded and minor ports, [
inland waterways, Logistics Over The Shore (LOTS), and augment
Amphibious Operations
Air Base 1 Port Biological

The purpose of the ACTD was to design a biological point


defense networked system with the ability to integrate
existing Chemical Alarms into the network

The Portal Shield networked system consists, in most cases,


of the Mark 111 610-Oetectioncarousel and a sheltered control
center.

The Portal Shield Mark 111 carous


separate tests for eight agents

Portal Shield Chemical add-on allows direct interface with


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M21 Remte Sensing Chemical Agent Alarm (RSCAAL)
- M22 Automatic Chemical Agent Deteclor Alarm (ACADA)

Portal Shield is currently deployed in 4 countries and is a primary


piece of the RESTOPS ACTD

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Portal Shield continues to under ao enhancements imorovina
the overall sensitivity and response time
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I h e CAPS toi-us is on the integration ofexisting components, decision and ci-inlrol
logic, tactical procedures, and doctrinal concepts The CAPS system m i l l be capable
of ohsenins a wide range of activities in a coastal environment, ftinning an mtegrated
tactical picture, aiding deci-iions(in force emplovment. and providing non-lethal
c a p o n ' s options to the command authority
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The UGS ACTD consists of two parts.


-Unattended MASINT Sensor [UMS)
- Remote Miniature Weather Station [RMWS)

The UMS program is designed to provide acoustic seismic


and thermal imaging of threat vehicles
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' Steel Rattler (Man-inserled)
1 Â Steel Eagle (Air-dropped)

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humidity, wind directlon/speed, visibility, cloud ceiling height,
and barometric pressure

Both the RMWS and MASINT Sensors were used d u n 9 OEF and OIF
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COSMOS
(Coalition Secure Management and Operations System)

PrnhlFm-~~ Technologies:
_I Data overload during collaborative planning and
Q Standard data model IC21EDM)
monitoring execution of large scale coalition operations.
0 Iranslation and redundant data. 0 Trailed Servers
2 Phvsicallv tenarate network for coalition members are 3 Portals & Agents
slow to sit-up or change when roles change and require Residuals (Products)
"tennis shoe" interfaces
LI Three Software Soiral Protow~es
Objectives:
bpid and secure ml and pmtmtion of critical 0 Glebal Enterprise Sewices (GES) Multinational Standards
and pmcrdures O ' r cOa'itiOn
infomation to and among coalition partners based upon
,heir
. . roles. ~~~
0 JC2 & DJC2 Products and Assured Delivery Service for
0 Rapid reconfiguration of network communities based upon larger GES environment
chancing coalition roles
LI Information tailored to the user's role andnedide
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Participants: Comments
0 PACOM, MARFORPAC, DISA, IDA, MCCDC. J Current coalition information architectures contain
3 Coalition: Australia. Canada, UK & regional partners missive information which easily overloads users.
Schedule: Emerging technologies can be used to help ensure critical
FY OS Spiral 1. Develop data model and trusted server, information is focused to the right person
survey & integrate smart agents & portals. System high. J Trusted, automatic controls on information r r l e u e are
0 FY 06 Spiral 2; Migrate FY 05 products to existing nwded to replace a manual, time consuming processes.
programs of record. Add q i o n a l partners. J W i l l use mature information-based technologies to create
0 FY 07 Spiral 3; MLT.l: Upgrade agcrti; Rollout software i n
the information-based interoperability for joint and
JC2IDJC2
coalition farces as specified in DoD Data Stratwy to meet
0 N08-09 Transition & Maintenance
GIG'S primary goal and purpose: end-to-end
POC. - interoperability.
Col a USMC, Unclassified 01
FYOS ACTD
Large Data ACTD Candidate

OBJECTWES
. R",,d< "xn ~,in*I<. m,w,,,,e mean, ,o ,",C,X"' ~ 7 t hrnassh~am"""ts
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l~ md m l ~ m
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. llandl<biMh slorrd and real time data and pimi,, i h m rapid <<mnh,"m,m
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~ ,h.,Wh <.p"".l"". ,,3 ,he rhn <"",m"">can""~ \ \ . I L T > ~ w c h
a. GIG-RP.1 C'i.JTRS. etc. R o d thee I I oraee, proces'tn?. ,,~"al>zm"n and < c w n
. Coniain multiple redundancies and ellttisiw information aisuranct p r o % n m n dm d c , w h mamu18 vytm ramablc m fen mnute, at 85'0
feature, clvnugl~m m p g and new w m n ~ y a n dpm<mt>on cdpahhltmc\ w1111yI m d l L<a\c k h m d [or at l ? m OM year w p p m fur end (0end
q x m m < t uw~ r s dqcndmg m fund8nemd w a n v t m p l m l

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m u 1 d i l ! i-.ptfciall\ due topace ddcicloping 11 pri~!.rnl-.
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FY05 Advanc^($!^^"f^h^'%^?^istration Proposal pza,
FY05

Interactive Command Environment (ICE)


(formerly Multi-Modality Command and Contr

improved decision-making tools


Command and Control (C2) systems hurnan- software and
machine interfaces (HMI) are limited in associated
functionality to keyboards and mouse peripherals

1 Objectives: 1 1
Allow users to interact with GWOT tools and C2
Svstems usina a combination of entrv and data 11 Transition Path: 1'
1 retrieval techniques (voice, keyboar; mo"i!, &)
to'improve r e s ~ o n s ~ v e nand
requirements
e ~ sreduce training
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licenses and s"pL'On years
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Partici~ants: Comments:
User-Sponsor: U.S. European Command
USEUCOM. COMUSNAVEUR,Army (INSCOM
G3, InternationalCooperative Programs), Navy - Lead Service: U.S. Navy (P)
(ONRG). Pacific Northwest National Lab (PNNLf . program Manager: Office of Naval Research
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Schedule:
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Operations Manager: COMUSNAVEUR

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Technical Manager: USA INSCOM


Testing& Evaluation
Demonstrations 1 and 2
- Transition Manager: USA INSCOM
- Residual Support and Transition ~ ~ 0 BISfc
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Technical/lntegration/Schedule Risk: Low
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Navy PUL. ~ a p t a l n
Funding Risk Moderate
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