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The Navy Update and Role in
Integrated Air and Missile Defense
The Navy’s Role in Integrated Air and Missile Defense
Slide 1
31 August 2009
The United States Navy Today
• Sustaining Combat Readiness
• Building a Fleet of the Future
• Developing 21st Century leaders
•
The Navy’s Role in Integrated Air and Missile Defense
Slide 2
31 August 2009
Navy Mission
With global partners, we protect the maritime freedom that
is the basis for global prosperity and we address
transnational threats to peace. As the preeminent
maritime force deployed around the world, we conduct the
full range of operations from combat to humanitarian
assistance. We provide presence and operational
flexibility with forward deployed maritime forces to ensure
freedom of action. We deter and, if deterrence fails, win
our Nation’s wars. We foster and sustain cooperative
relationships with an expanding set of allies and
international partners to enhance global security.
The Navy’s Role in Integrated Air and Missile Defense
Slide 3
31 August 2009
United States Navy Today
“We are the world’s most capable Navy. Yet,
the complexity of our strategic, operational,
and tactical environments is growing. ”
Chief of Naval Operations 2009
US COAST GUARD
F/A 18
USNS MERCY
Capabilities of U.S. Maritime Forces
 Forward Presence
 Deterrence
 Sea Control
 Power Projection
 Maritime Security
 Humanitarian Assistance
 Disaster Response
USS HOPPER DDG 70
The Navy’s Role in Integrated Air and Missile Defense
Slide 4
31 August 2009
Global Commerce is
Linked to Maritime Security
•
75% of the earth’s surface is water
•
World's fleets carry around 90% of global
exports - $8.9 trillion
 $380 billion in freight rates
 303 million containers
•
46,000 commercial ships worldwide
•
Over 6300 warships worldwide
•
Over 30 nations have navies with “global reach”
•
160 nations have some navy, coast guard,
maritime police capability
Global Economy Depends on the Ocean Highways
The Navy’s Role in Integrated Air and Missile Defense
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31 August 2009
Submarines
• Fast Attack (SSN) – Los Angeles, Seawolf & Virginia
• Ballistic Missile (SSBN) – Ohio Class
• Guided Missile (SSGN) – Converted Ohio Class
• Advanced SEAL Delivery System (ASDS)
The Navy’s Role in Integrated Air and Missile Defense
Slide 6
31 August 2009
Special Warfare
Sea Air Land (SEAL)
Explosive Ordnance Disposal
(EOD)
SEAL Boat Units
The Navy’s Role in Integrated Air and Missile Defense
Slide 7
31 August 2009
Support Forces
Medical & Dental
Judge Advocate’s General (JAG)
Public Affairs (PAO)
Chaplains
Navy Bands & Musicians
Intelligence & Cryptology
Supply Corps
Seabees
The Navy’s Role in Integrated Air and Missile Defense
Slide 8
31 August 2009
People
The Navy’s Role in Integrated Air and Missile Defense
Slide 9
31 August 2009
A Day In the Life of the U.S. Fleet
SEPTEMBER 1ST 2009
Total Deployable Ships / Subs - 283
 Ships underway 143 (51%)
Attack Subs underway 33 (61%)
 Ships Deployed 116 (41%)
Subs Deployed 24 (44%)
Total Operational Aircraft – 3700+
The Navy’s Role in Integrated Air and Missile Defense
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31 August 2009
Navy Air and Missile Defense Command
Increased Capability, Increased Complexity
Mandates Increased System Engineering
The Navy’s Role in Integrated Air and Missile Defense
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31 August 2009
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Navy Air and Missile Defense Command
The Navy Air and Missile Defense Command (NAMDC) is Navy's lead
organization for Naval, Joint and Combined Integrated Air and Missile
Defense (IAMD) matters. NAMDC assesses, integrates, and
synchronizes Navy IAMD efforts across all areas of Doctrine,
Operations, Training, Material, Leadership, Personnel and Facilities;
interfaces with operational commands, resource sponsors, system
commands, research organizations, doctrine developers, training
organizations and other Centers of Excellences; and provides
IAMD operational mission support to the Fleet
NAMDC is the Lead for all Naval IAMD Issues
The Navy’s Role in Integrated Air and Missile Defense
Slide 12
31 August 2009
Integrated Air and Missile Defense (IAMD)
Navy Uniqueness
 Flexibility across the Spectrum of Operations
 Multi-mission Platforms
 Sovereign U.S. territory (12 miles offshore)
 World Wide Presence 24/7 365 days a year
 Early Arrival / Sustained Presence
The Navy’s Role in Integrated Air and Missile Defense
Slide 13
31 August 2009
Integrated Ballistic Missile Defense System
Sensors
Defense Support Space Tracking and
Program
Surveillance System
Boost Defense
Segment
Sea-Based Radars
Forward-Based Radar
With Adjunct Sensor
Midcourse Defense Segment
Midcourse
X-Band Radar
Early Warning
Radar
Terminal Defense
Segment
Sea-Based Terminal
Airborne Laser
Kinetic Energy
Interceptor
Command,
Control, Battle
Management &
Communications
The Navy’s Role in Integrated Air and Missile Defense
Aegis Ballistic
Missile Defense /
Standard
Missile-3
Multiple Kill Vehicle
Ground-Based
Midcourse
Defense
Terminal
High Altitude
Area Defense
Patriot
Advanced
Capability-3
National Military Command Center – Five Warfighting Commanders
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31 August 2009
Missile Defense – A Vision
Midcourse
Boost
• Extended Surveillance and
Engagement Timelines
• Countermeasures “Friendly”
Environment
• Threats Destroyed Before
Payload Release
• No Atmosphere
• Compressed Engagement
Timelines
Terminal
• Payload Highly Vulnerable
• Compressed Engagement
Timelines
• Atmospheric Interaction
• Atmospheric Interaction
Multiple Layers, Opportunities, Technologies
= Robust Performance
The Navy’s Role in Integrated Air and Missile Defense
Slide 15
31 August 2009
Aegis Engagement Modes
- Exploit All Sensors Launch on TADIL (LoT)
Ship-to-Ship
Organic and Cued
Cued
Organic
Firing Ship Launches SM-3 Using Remote
Data and Acquires with Cued Search Prior
to Intercept
• SM-3 Engage on AN/SPY-1
• SM-3 Launch on Remote AN/SPY-1
Firing Ship Acquires Target Using Organic or
Cued Search Prior to Launching SM-3,
Demonstrated thru Flight Test Program
• SM-3 Engage on AN/SPY-1
Engage on Remote (EoR) – 2012
Cued
Launch on TADIL (LoT)
Cued
TPY-2 / Other Launch on Remote (LOR)
Firing Ship Launches SM-3 Using Remote Data
and Acquires with Cued Search Prior to Intercept
Firing Ship Launches SM-3 and Intercepts
Target Using
• SM-3 Engage on Remote AN/SPY-1
• SM-3 Engage on AN/SPY-1
• SM-3 Launch on Remote AN/SPY-1 SM-3
Launch on AN/TPY-2
The Navy’s Role in Integrated Air and Missile Defense
• SM-3 Engage on AN/TPY-2
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31 August 2009
Aegis BMD Element Description
Launch on Remote (Aegis BMD) 2006
Launch on Remote (BMD Sensors) 2010
SM-3
Link 16
Engage on Remote 2015
Aegis Ballistic
Missile Defense
Signal Processor
(BSP) Upgrade 2010
Radar System
AN/SPY-1
Open
Architecture
2012
Blk I / IA / IB
2004 / 2006 / 2011
Blk IIA
2015+
SM-2
TBD
Sea-Based
Terminal
Quantities Thru 2015
2009
2010
3
5
15
22
147
218
Vertical Launching
System Mark 41
SM-3
The Navy’s Role in Integrated Air and Missile Defense
Slide 17
Blk IV 2018
2008 Far
Near Term
Term
31 August 2009
Key Elements of the System
Sensor
Experienced
Crews
Weapon
Launcher
• Adequate Sensor
• Fire Control System
Training
• Weapon
• Trained people to
operate and maintain
system
Command and
Control
• Flexible Command and
Control Structure
Engineering
Full Commitment to The Mission
The Navy’s Role in Integrated Air and Missile Defense
Slide 18
31 August 2009
Aegis BMD – Proof That it Works
30 Jul 09
Terminal Defense
Joint Cooperative Research
17 Dec 07
JFTM 1
19 Nov 08
JFTM 2
24 May 06
Pacific Phoenix
Stellar Avenger
26 Mar 09
5 June 08
FTM 14
Stellar Daggers 09
1 Nov 08
PACBLITZ 08
20 Feb 08
•First Firing
from Japanese
Destroyer
Homeland Defense
GT-180 Glory Boost
IFT-9/10
Intercept of
Satellite
• First Japanese
No-Notice Launch
• Separating Target
6 Nov 07
FTM 13
Engage SRBM w/
SM-2 Blk IV
22 Jun 07
FTM 12
PAC EX I, II, III
FTM 11 Event 4
7 Dec 06
FTM 11
22 Jun 06
FTM 10
PAC EX
IV
First ICBM Tracking:
19 Sep 02
FTM 04-1(FM-7)
25 Jan 02
FM-2
•Engage Dual
SRBMs
• Simultaneous BMD/AAW Engagements
• Auto-BMD
• Pulse DACS
24 Feb 05
13 Jun 02
FM-3
•First Launch on
Remote Operation
17 Nov 05
FTM 04-2(FM-8)
17 Jun 03
FM-5
21 Nov 02
FM-4
• First Fleet
SM-3 Firing
26 Apr 07
11 Dec 03
FM-6
• SM-3 BLK IA
• Aegis 3.6
•Separating • First Coalition Test
Warhead
• No Notice
Firing
•Aim Point Adjust
•Ascent Phase
Intercept
• First Intercept
The Navy’s Role in Integrated Air and Missile Defense
“The Aegis BMD System is Operationally Effective
and Operationally Suitable” – COMOPTEVFOR (OCT 2008)
Slide 19
31 August 2009
Key Milestones in Operationalizing
Maritime BMD Capability
•
July 2006 North Korea Launches Multiple Ballistic Missiles
– Navy had 4 Ships on BMD Patrol Areas East of Japan
– Supported Characterization of Flight Profile, Space Launch or
ICBM to Support Defense of Japan and US
•
Satellite Shootdown
– Readiness and Flexibility of Systems Demonstrated
– 3 Ships Supported Operation
•
Aegis BMD On Station in Commander 5th Fleet and Commander 6th
Fleet Areas Of Responsibility
•
Near Term Sea Based Terminal Deployed to Support Combatant
Command Priority
•
Global Force Management of Maritime Assets
– Aegis BMD Ships and SM-3s Managed as Critical Assets
The Navy’s Role in Integrated Air and Missile Defense
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31 August 2009
Where is the Missile Defense Fleet?
Forward…At Sea…On Patrol
Enabling Capabilities, Providing Options for U.S. and Allies
The Navy’s Role in Integrated Air and Missile Defense
Slide 21
31 August 2009
Backup
The Navy’s Role in Integrated Air and Missile Defense
Slide 22
31 August 2009
Initial Focus Areas
 Ballistic Missile Defense Exercise: Assist Commander Third Fleet with
developing and piloting this new exercise program to assess Ship
readiness.
 Carrier Strike Group BMD billet and pipeline training: Formalize
training requirements and BMD watch stander billets to include the
expertise and utilization of our Senior Technical Officers.
 Advanced Warfare / Team Training: Support the assessment and
evaluate the processes to certify BMD Ships.
 Extremely High Frequency Training and technical Issues: Support
efforts to train and develop long range connectivity between BMD
elements.
The Navy’s Role in Integrated Air and Missile Defense
Slide 23
31 August 2009
Proof of Concept
Red Dog
QRLV 1 & 2
TCMP Scenario
FM-5
Autumn
Events
TCMP-3A & 3B
91
92
93
PAC EX III
Glory Boost
ET&CE
94
95
96
97
Four M-9
Missiles
Red Tigress
98
99
00
01
02
03
04
FM-6
Pacific Blitz
IFT-10
Glory
Trip 185
Iraqi SCUD Launch
Terrier LEAP
ALI
Completed
Taepo
Dong I
IFT-9
PAC EX I & II
The Navy’s Role in Integrated Air and Missile Defense
Slide 24
31 August 2009
Continuum of Responsibility
Operational Feedback
Development
Train
Concept
Support
Testing
Operate
Delivery
Program Director
Aegis BMD
Commander
NAMDC
Closes the Loop Between Missile Defense Agency and U.S. Navy
The Navy’s Role in Integrated Air and Missile Defense
Slide 25
31 August 2009
Navy Vision
The United States Navy will remain the preeminent maritime
power, providing our country a global naval expeditionary force
committed to global security and prosperity. We will defend our
homeland and our Nation’s vital interests around the world. We
will prevent war, dominate any threat, and decisively defeat any
adversary. The Navy will remain a powerful component of Joint
warfare by exploiting cutting edge technology and cooperating
closely with the other Services, the interagency community, allies,
and international partners. We will remain a superbly trained and
led team of diverse Sailors and civilians, who are grounded in our
warrior ethos, core values, and commitment to mission readiness and
accomplishment.
CNO Guidance 2007-08
The Navy’s Role in Integrated Air and Missile Defense
Slide 26
31 August 2009
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