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Agendas for Meetings of the Committee

APRIL 4-5, 2002

NATIONAL RESEARCH COUNCIL, WASHINGTON, D.C.

Thursday, April 4, 2002

Closed Session: Committee Members and NRC Staff Only

0800

CONVENE—Welcome, Introductions

Dr. Annette Krygiel, Committee Chair

Dr. Ronald Taylor, Director, Naval Studies Board (NSB)

0900

COMMITTEE DISCUSSION

Moderator: Dr. Annette Krygiel, Committee Chair

Data-Gathering Meeting Not Open to the Public: Classified Discussion (Secret)

The Role of Experimentation in Building Future Naval Forces to Operate in the Joint Environment; Military Experimentation Overview and Progress Summary; Supporting Science and Technology

1000

NAVAL TRANSFORMATION PLAN—Overview, Future Forces

RADM Daniel R. Bowler, USN, Director, Warfare Integration and Assessment, Office of the Chief of Naval Operations (OPNAV), N70

Suggested Citation:"Appendix B: Agendas for Meetings of the Committee." National Research Council. 2004. The Role of Experimentation in Building Future Naval Forces. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/11125.
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1030

EXPERIMENTATION OVERVIEW—The Naval Transformation Plan and How Experimentation Is Organized and Managed

CAPT David W. Gillard, USN, Branch Head, Technology, Experimentation, Transformation and Doctrine for Warfare Integration and Assessment, OPNAV N70T

1230

JOINT EXPERIMENTATION OVERVIEW AND PROGRESS SUMMARY—Comprehensive Summary of Military Experimentation; How Experimentation Is Organized and Managed; Progress and Examples

Mr. John A. Klevecz, Director, Futures Alliance, Joint Experimentation, U.S. Joint Forces Command (USJFCOM), J9

1530

EXPERIMENTATION S&T OVERVIEW AND PROGRAM SUMMARY—Description of Naval S&T Programs; Implementation, Progress and Examples

Mr. Paul M. Lowell, Chief of Staff, Office of Naval Research (ONR)

Closed Session: Committee Members and NRC Staff Only

1700

COMMITTEE DISCUSSION

Moderator: Dr. Annette Krygiel, Committee Chair

1830

END SESSION

Friday, April 5, 2002

Closed Session: Committee Members and NRC Staff Only

0800

CONVENE—Welcome, Committee Discussion

Dr. Annette Krygiel, Committee Chair

Dr. Charles Draper, Sr. Program Officer, NSB

Data-Gathering Meeting Not Open to the Public: Classified Discussion (Secret)

The Role of Experimentation in Building Future Naval Forces; Previous Studies and Reviews

0900

MARINE CORPS EXPERIMENTATION AND OVERVIEW—How USMC Experimentation Is Organized and Managed

Mr. Hugh Montgomery, Technical Director, Marine Corps Warfighting Laboratory (MCWL)

Mr. Fred Belen, Division Director, Expeditionary Warfare Operations Technology Division, ONR

1045

NAVY EXPERIMENTATION AND OVERVIEW—How USN Experimentation Is Organized and Managed

RADM Robert G. Sprigg, USN, Commander, Navy Warfare Development Command (NWDC)

Suggested Citation:"Appendix B: Agendas for Meetings of the Committee." National Research Council. 2004. The Role of Experimentation in Building Future Naval Forces. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/11125.
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1300

PREVIOUS STUDIES AND REVIEWS

Dr. David S. Alberts, Director, Research and Strategic Planning, Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Command, Control, Communications and Intelligence (OASD C3I)

Closed Session: Committee Members and NRC Staff Only

1500

COMMITTEE DISCUSSION

Moderator: Dr. Annette Krygiel, Committee Chair

1700

ADJOURN

MAY 2-3, 2000

NATIONAL RESEARCH COUNCIL, WASHINGTON, D.C.

Thursday, May 2, 2002

Closed Session: Committee Members and NRC Staff Only

0800

CONVENE—Welcome, Introductions, Plans for the Day, Taxonomy Discussion

Moderator: Dr. Annette Krygiel, Committee Chair

Data-Gathering Meeting Not Open to the Public: Classified Discussion (Secret)

0900

NAVY EDUCATION AND TRAINING IN THE CONTEXT OF EXPERIMENTATION

Dr. Allen R. Zeman, Director, Naval Training and Education, Office of the Chief of Naval Operations, N79

1030

MARINE CORPS SYSTEMS ENGINEERING EFFORTS AND THE SYSCOM’S ROLE IN SPIRAL DEVELOPMENT

BrigGen James M. Feigley, USMC, Commander, Marine Corps Systems Command

1300

MARINE CORPS CONCEPT, DOCTRINE DEVELOPMENT AND EDUCATION, TRAINING EFFORTS

BrigGen Kenneth J. Glueck, Jr., USMC, Director, Warfighting Development Integration Division, Marine Corps Combat Development Command

1430

PERSPECTIVE ON RUNNING A LARGE-SCALE EXPERIMENT (EXTENDING THE LITTORAL BATTLESPACE)

Mr. Frederick F. Belen, Director, Expeditionary Warfare Operations Technology Division, Office of Naval Research

Suggested Citation:"Appendix B: Agendas for Meetings of the Committee." National Research Council. 2004. The Role of Experimentation in Building Future Naval Forces. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/11125.
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Closed Session: Committee Members and NRC Staff Only

1600

COMMITTEE DISCUSSION—Taxonomy Discussion

Moderator: Dr. Annette Krygiel, Committee Chair

1700

END SESSION

Friday, May 3, 2002

Closed Session: Committee Members and NRC Staff Only

0800

CONVENE—Welcome, Plans for the Day, Committee Discussion

Moderator: Dr. Annette Krygiel, Committee Chair

Data-Gathering Meeting Not Open to the Public: Classified Discussion (Secret)

0900

NAVY SYSTEMS ENGINEERING EFFORTS AND THE SYSCOM’S ROLE IN SPIRAL DEVELOPMENT

VADM George P. Nanos, USN, Commander, Naval Sea Systems Command

1030

STATUS OF ASN RDA CHIEF ENGINEER

RADM Michael G. Mathis, USN, Assistant Deputy Commander for Surface Ship Technology, Naval Sea Systems Command; Commander, Naval Surface Warfare Center; Chief Engineer of the Navy; and Single Integrated Air Picture Systems Engineer (SIAP/SE), Joint Services Program

Mr. Michael J. O’Driscoll, Deputy Chief Engineer of the Navy, Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Navy for Research, Development, and Acquisition

1230

PERSPECTIVE ON NAVY EXPERIMENTATION

VADM Herbert Browne, USN (Ret.), President, Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association

1400

PERSPECTIVE ON ARMY EXPERIMENTATION

GEN William W. Hartzog, USA (Ret.), President and COO, Burdeshaw Associates

Closed Session: Committee Members and NRC Staff Only

1530

COMMITTEE DISCUSSION—Wrap-Up, Meeting Reflection, Plans for Next Meetings

Moderator: Dr. Annette J. Krygiel, Committee Chair

1600

ADJOURN

Suggested Citation:"Appendix B: Agendas for Meetings of the Committee." National Research Council. 2004. The Role of Experimentation in Building Future Naval Forces. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/11125.
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JULY 9-11, 2002

NAVY WARFARE DEVELOPMENT COMMAND, NEWPORT, RI

Tuesday, July 9, 2002

0815

OPENING REMARKS/WELCOME

Data-Gathering Meeting Not Open to the Public: Classified Discussion (Secret)

0830

NWDC COMMAND BRIEF—Overview of command mission, functions, manning and products

0930

CONCEPT DEVELOPMENT BRIEF—Discussion of how concepts are developed at NWDC focusing on the five key elements: information knowledge advantage, assured access, effects based operations, anti-terrorism/force protection, and forward sea-based logistics

CAPT John Meyer, USN, Dept. Head

1030

TECHNOLOGY DIRECTOR BRIEF—Discussion of technologies that will impact the future of the Navy

Mr. Wayne Perras, Technology Director

1330

OPERATIONS DEPARTMENT BRIEF—Discussion of the areas functionally supporting experimentation at NWDC

CAPT Richard Medley, USN, Department Head

1430

MARITIME BATTLE CENTER BRIEF—Discussion of the logistics and execution of fleet battle experiments

CAPT Patrick Denny, USN, Department Head

1540

MODELING AND SIMULATION BRIEF—Presentation on how the experimental environment is built and communications, systems integration, modeling, and simulation

1830

END SESSION

Wednesday, July 10, 2002

Data-Gathering Meeting Not Open to the Public: Classified Discussion (Secret)

0815

OPENING REMARKS/OVERVIEW COMMENTS REGARDING DAY TWO BRIEFINGS

0830

DOCTRINE DEPARTMENT BRIEF—Discussion of the documentation of current fleet doctrine and experimentation results implemented in the fleet

0930

ASSURED ACCESS WIDT BRIEF—Detailed discussion regarding AA development and future direction

1030

FORWARD SEA BASED FORCES WIDT BRIEF—Detailed discussion regarding FSBF development and future direction

1300

ANTI-TERRORISM/FORCE PROTECTION WIDT BRIEF—Discussion regarding AT/FP & HLS development and future direction

Suggested Citation:"Appendix B: Agendas for Meetings of the Committee." National Research Council. 2004. The Role of Experimentation in Building Future Naval Forces. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/11125.
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1400

INFORMATION KNOWLEDGE ADVANTAGE WIDT BRIEF—Detailed discussion regarding IKA development and future direction

1450

BREAK/REFRESHMENTS

1505

FORCENET BRIEF (CNO STRATEGIC STUDIES GROUP)

1615

VISIT NAVAL WAR COLLEGE

1730

END SESSION

Thursday, July 11, 2002

Data-Gathering Meeting Not Open to the Public: Classified Discussion (Secret)

0830

EFFECTS BASED OPERATION WIDT BRIEF—Detailed discussion regarding EBO development and future direction

1000

MARITIME BATTLE CENTER BRIEF (CONT.)

CAPT Patrick Denny, USN, Dept. Head

1115

WRAP-UP/ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSION

Moderator: Dr. Annette Krygiel, Committee Chair

1200

ADJOURN

JULY 30-AUGUST 1, 2002

U.S. JOINT FORCES COMMAND AND NORFOLK NAVAL STATION HAMPTON ROADS, VA

Tuesday, July 30, 2002

Data-Gathering Meeting Not Open to the Public: Classified Discussion (Secret)

0915

OPENING REMARKS

MajGen Leo V. Williams III, USMC Reserve, Vice Director, Joint Experimentation, USJFCOM

Mr. John A. Klevecz, Director, Futures Alliance, Joint Experimentation, USJFCOM

0930

U.S. JOINT FORCES COMMAND OVERVIEW—Command Mission, Functions, Manning, and Products; Summary of Joint Experimentation to Date (e.g., Major Experiments, Lessons Learned in Experiment Planning, Execution, and Transition of Results, Insights into Leaps in Transformation); Way Ahead for USJFCOM

VADM Martin J. Mayer, USN, Deputy Commander in Chief, USJFCOM

Suggested Citation:"Appendix B: Agendas for Meetings of the Committee." National Research Council. 2004. The Role of Experimentation in Building Future Naval Forces. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/11125.
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1045

U.S. JOINT FORCES COMMAND EXPERIMENTATION PROCESS—Overview of Joint Experimentation Process (e.g., Establishment of Plans, Setting of Priorities, Balance Between Large-Scale and Smaller Experiments, Coordination with Services and Combatant Commanders, Transition of Results); Concept Development and Overview of Key Concepts (e.g., Rapid Decisive Operations, Effects-Based Operations, Standing Joint Force Headquarters); Environments and Tools Supporting Joint Experimentation (e.g., Simulation, Analysis, System Integration)

Mr. John A. Klevecz, Director, Futures Alliance, Joint Experimentation, USJFCOM

1230

MILLENNIUM CHALLENGE ’02—Experiment/Exercise Design, Extent of Planning and Preparation, Preliminary Results; Observation of Live Feeds Between the Joint HQ and the Service Operational Forces in the Western Range Training Complex; Interactive Session with the National Elements of Power; Demonstration of the Common Relevant Operational Picture; and In-Depth Orientation on the Joint Enroute Mission Planning and Rehearsal System

CAPT Richard A. Feckler, USN, J9239

1345

MILLENNIUM CHALLENGE ’02—TURNING CONCEPTS INTO CAPABILITIES (WAY AHEAD)

LTC Kevin M. Woods, USA

1400

FLEET PERSPECTIVE ON NAVAL AND JOINT EXPERIMENTATION

Classified VTC to VADM James C. Dawson, Jr., USN, Commander Second Fleet/Commander, Striking Fleet Atlantic

1515

TRAVEL TO JOINT WARFARE FIGHTING CENTER (JWFC)

Greeted by MajGen Gordon C. Nash, USMC, Commander, Joint Warfighting Center

1530

MILLENNIUM CHALLENGE ’02, DEMONSTRATIONS, TOURS—TEST BAY 31—Range Integration Demonstration, Operational Net Assessment; TEST BAY 15—Joint Exercise Control Group (JECG) Update; and TEST BAY 14—JOC/MC ’02 Update, Joint Task Force Perspective

1730

MILLENNIUM CHALLENGE ’02—Transformation Over Time; Standing Joint Force Headquarters; Millennium Challenge Behind the Scenes; Joint Forces in the Future; Service Videos; Joint Public Affairs Operations Group; Joint Enroute Mission Planning and Rehearsal System (Near Term Video ); Range Integration/Joint National Training Capability

Brig Gen James B. Smith, USAF, Vice Commander, Joint Warfighting Center and Deputy Director, Joint Training

1800

END SESSION

Suggested Citation:"Appendix B: Agendas for Meetings of the Committee." National Research Council. 2004. The Role of Experimentation in Building Future Naval Forces. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/11125.
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Wednesday, July 31, 2002

Data-Gathering Meeting Not Open to the Public: Classified Discussion (Secret)

0830

SUBMARINE FORCE, U.S. ATLANTIC FLEET OVERVIEW AND PERSPECTIVE ON EXPERIMENTATION CONTEXT, AND CONCEPT DEVELOPMENT AND EVALUATION

Mr. Floyd D. (Ken) Kennedy, Jr., NAVSUBFOR N02EG/SUBLANT N7EG, Special Assistant for Concept Development and Experimentation, Center for Naval Analyses Representative

TACTICAL DEVELOPMENT AND EVALUATION

Commodore Scott Van Buskirk, USN, COMSUBDEVRON 12 (CSDS 12)

0945

TRAVEL TO LANTFLT COMPOUND (BUILDING NH1, FLAG BRIEFING ROOM)

1000

U.S. ATLANTIC FLEET/U.S. FLEET FORCES PERSPECTIVE ON NAVAL AND JOINT EXPERIMENTATION

VADM Albert H. Konetzni Jr., USN, Deputy Commander in Chief/ Chief of Staff, U.S. Atlantic Fleet

1130

TRAVEL TO OPTEVFOR (MAIN CONFERENCE ROOM)

1145

OPERATIONAL TEST AND EVALUATION FORCE OVERVIEW OF RESPONSIBILITIES AND PERSPECTIVES ON EXPERIMENTATION

RADM David M. Crocker, USN, Special Assistant to Commander in Chief, U.S. Atlantic Fleet/Commander, Operational Test and Evaluation Force

1330

U.S. AIR FORCE EXPERIMENTATION EFFORTS—Environments and Tools Supporting USAF Experimentation (e.g., Combined Air Operations Center-Experimental (CAOC-X (C2)), the C2 Battlelab, the Innovation Division); Demonstrations

Wing Commander Reginald Carey, RAF, Deputy Chief, Air Operations Support Division, USAF Air and Space C2 and ISR Center (AFC2ISRC)

1515

TRAVEL TO U.S. AIR FORCE AIR COMBAT COMMAND (BUILDING 204, MAIN CONFERENCE ROOM )

1530

TRANSITIONING U.S. AIR FORCE REQUIREMENTS INTO ACQUISITION THROUGH EXPERIMENTATION

Brig Gen Joseph P. Stein, USAF, Director of Requirements, USAF Air Combat Command

Col Gregory A. Feest, USAF, Deputy Director of Requirements, USAF Air Combat Command

1700

END SESSION

Suggested Citation:"Appendix B: Agendas for Meetings of the Committee." National Research Council. 2004. The Role of Experimentation in Building Future Naval Forces. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/11125.
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Thursday, August 1, 2002

Data-Gathering Meeting Not Open to the Public: Classified Discussion (Secret)

0830

COMMANDER, CARRIER GROUP FOUR/COMMANDER, CARRIER STRIKING FORCE PERSPECTIVE ON EXPERIMENTATION AND TRAINING OF ALL EAST COAST BATTLE GROUPS

RADM Lindell G. Rutherford, USN, Commander, Carrier Group Four/Commander, Carrier Striking Force

0930

TRAVEL TO NAVAL AMPHIBIOUS BASE (NAB) LITTLE CREEK (BUILDING 1265, COMMAND BRIEFING ROOM)

1015

NAVAL NETWORK WARFARE COMMAND OVERVIEW AND ROLE IN EXPERIMENTATION

VADM Richard W. Mayo, USN, Commander, Naval Network Warfare Command

1130

TRAVEL TO EXPEDITIONARY WARFARE TRAINING GROUP ATLANTIC (EWTGLANT)

1145

WELCOME

Col William M. Meade, USMC, Commanding Officer, EWTGLANT

RECENT EXPERIENCES IN AND AROUND KANDAHAR AND IF/HOW EXPERIMENTATION MIGHT HAVE PLAYED

Classified Teleconference to MajGen (Sel) James N. Mattis, USMC, Deputy Command General, 1st Marine Expeditionary Force/Command General, 1st Marine Expeditionary Brigade

1330

ADJOURN

AUGUST 15-16, 2002

NATIONAL ACADEMIES, WASHINGTON, D.C.

Thursday, August 15, 2002

Data-Gathering Meeting Not Open to the Public: Classified Discussion (Secret)

0745

CONVENE—Welcome, Plans for the Day, Questions on Report Status

Dr. Annette J. Krygiel, Committee Chair

Dr. Charles F. Draper, NSB Senior Program Officer

Suggested Citation:"Appendix B: Agendas for Meetings of the Committee." National Research Council. 2004. The Role of Experimentation in Building Future Naval Forces. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/11125.
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Data-Gathering Meeting Not Open to the Public: Classified Discussion (Secret)

0800

OVERVIEW OF U.S. MARINE CORPS EXPERIMENTATION EFFORTS

OPENING REMARKS AND OVERVIEW OF USMC EXPEDITIONARY FORCE DEVELOPMENT SYSTEM (EFDS)

Col James N. Strock, USMC (Ret.), Deputy Director, EFDC, Marine Corps Combat Development Command (MCCDC)

TRANSFORMATION AND CONCEPTS

Col Arthur J. Corbett, USMC, Director, Futures/Concepts, EFDC, MCCDC

JOINT CONCEPT DEVELOPMENT EXPERIMENTATION (JCDE)

Col Frank J. DiFalco, USMC, JCDE Operations Center, Warfighting Development Integration Directorate, MCCDC

MARINE CORPS WARFIGHTING LAB

Col Barry M. Ford, USMC, Chief of Staff, Marine Corps Warfighting Lab (MCWL), MCCDC

1330

RECENT ASSESSMENTS OF NAVAL EXPERIMENTATION—Strategic Framework and Experimentation Campaign Plan for Navy/Marine Corps Experimentation; Prescription for Future Navy Experimentation.

Mr. Roy Evans, Chief Engineer, The MITRE Corporation

1530

INSIGHTS INTO U.S. ARMY EXPERIMENTATION EFFORTS

MG Steven Boutelle, USA, Director of Information Operations, Networks, and Space, DISC4

Closed Session: Committee Members and NRC Staff Only

1700

WRAP-UP/COMMITTEE DISCUSSION

Moderator: Dr. Annette J. Krygiel, Committee Chair

1730

END SESSION

Friday, August 16, 2002

Closed Session: Committee Members and NRC Staff Only

0800

CONVENE—Committee Deliberations on Findings/Recommendations; Report Discussion and Writing Status; Remaining Data Gathering Needed; Plans for September 16-20 Meeting (Woods Hole); Break-out into Subgroups (as needed).

Moderator: Dr. Annette J. Krygiel, Committee Chair

1500

ADJOURN

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The Department of Defense is in the process of transforming the nation's armed forces to meet the military challenges of the 21st century. Currently, the opportunity exists to carry out experiments at individual and joint service levels to facilitate this transformation. Experimentation, which involves a spectrum of activities including analyses, war games, modeling and simulation, small focused experiments, and large field events among other things, provides the means to enhance naval and joint force development. To assist the Navy in this effort, the Chief of Naval Operations (CNO) asked the National Research Council (NRC) to conduct a study to examine the role of experimentation in building future naval forces to operate in the joint environment. The NRC formed the Committee for the Role of Experimentation in Building Future Naval Forces to perform the study.

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