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Industry Day II From present to the future

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  1. Industry Day IIFrom present to the future Colonel Scott McGowan Lieutenant Colonel Sam Smith Aviation Plans and Policies

  2. BLUF – Near Term Industry Desires • Need command and control architecture to control globally and locally • Must be compatible across enterprise and scalable • Must be expeditionary: light and rugged • Need to deploy globally quickly • Lighter systems and equipment • Example: lighter AM2 matting, lighter GSE, more common avionics, OPEN systems architecture • Require more nimble contracts that are responsive to fluid environment and adaptive enemy

  3. Vision Statement A network-enabled and digitally-interoperable expeditionary aviation combat element postured to execute responsive, persistent, lethal and adaptive full-spectrum operations as directed by the MAGTF or Joint Force Commander.

  4. Aviation Priorities • Sustain wartime operational tempo while improving current readiness and combat effectiveness through the efficient use of resources. • Execute planned T/M/S transition strategies as an essential bridge to MV-22, F-35B, AH-1Z, UH-1Y, KC-130J, CH-53K and Unmanned Aircraft Systems. • Improve warfighting integration and develop CONOPS while acquiring systems required to meet the future threat.

  5. Aviation’s near battle SUSTAIN CURRENT OPERATIONS REMAIN ENGAGED IN THE CURRENT FIGHT MODERNIZE THE FORCE

  6. 2 MAW FWD (Wing (-)) Approx 100 a/c 1st MAW Approx 65 a/c 2nd MAW Approx 285 a/c 3rd MAW Approx 291 a/c 22nd MEU Approx 28 a/c 4th MAW Approx 103 a/c Occasional ACE Det to SOUTHCOM Approx 4-8 a/c Occasional ACE Det to EUCOM or AFRICOM Approx 4-8 a/c MEB ACE AFG (MAG (-)) Approx 50 a/c 13th MEU Approx 28 a/c 31st MEU Approx 30 a/c Usually 3 MEUs deployed, 1 training, and 1 just returned.

  7. AV-8B Dual Mode Laser Guided Bomb Litening AT Block I Strikelink F/A-18 ECP-583 ATARS SSR (F/A-18D) Litening AT Block I EA-6B ICAP III KC-130 T Night Vision Lighting ASE CH-46E Engine Compressor Blade Coating (TiN) ASE Improvements: LAIRCM, Forward Firing ALE Buckets Lightweight Armor / Seats AH-1W NTSU, CCU, TVDL, HDTS, Linkless Feed UH-1N BRITESTAR Block II CH-53E Engine Reliability (ERIP), DIRCM, CNS/ATM (Glass Cockpit) Legacy Platform Modernization

  8. Marine Aviation Transition TodayTomorrow KC-130 R/T/J KC-130J CH-46E MV-22 UH-1N UH-1Y AH-1W AH-1Z SHADOW VUAV CH-53E CH-53D F/A-18 AV-8B EA-6B CH-53K F-35B JSF 1-9

  9. DISTANCES IN NAUTICAL MILES 15TH MEU - FOB RHINO 400NM PASNI - FOB RHINO 375NM SHAMSI - FOB RHINO 130NM JACOBABAD - FOB RHINO 265NM ZHAWAR KILI KANDAHAR ROUTE 1 FOB RHINO JACOBABAD SHAMSI PASNI MEU / ARG Legacy MEU/HMM ACE & OEF KABUL 500 NM 400 NM 300 NM 200 NM 100 NM UNCLASSIFIED

  10. KABUL Refueled Combat Radius (700 NM) (1 In-flight Refueling) THREE HOURS KANDAHAR • Can accomplish TWICE the mission in HALF the time FOB RHINO TWO HOURS JACOBABAD ONE HOUR 373 nm • MV-22 Profile: • High/Hot 3000’ DA / 91.5oF • 24 Combat Loaded Marines • Max Range Airspeed (215 kts) • En route Altitude 10,000 Ft PASNI Non-refueled Combat Radius (310 NM) FUTURE MEU/VMM ACE & OEF

  11. CH-46 to MV-22

  12. UH-1Y & AH-1Z • Program of Record • UH-1Y • IOC: 8 Aug 08 • Obj: 100 (123) • AH-1Z • IOC: 2nd Qtr FY-11 • Obj: 180 (226) • Build New Strategy • HMLA-467: 23 Oct 08 • HMLA-469: Jul 09 • Program Goal is for 3 new HMLA squadrons. Issue: Production Capacity vs Need to Replace A/C

  13. KC-130J • Currently flying in Iraq (6 Aircraft) and Afghanistan (2 Aircraft) • IOC: 2005 • Total Force: • 79 KC-130Js • (47 bought. • 34 delivered, 13 funded Issue: Georgia congressmen love this plane FY08: We asked for six…we got nine.

  14. KC-130J Harvest Hawk Hellfire TSS on LH ext fuel tank 30mm cannon through LH paratroop door SOPGM (ramp) Roll-on / Roll-off & Rapidly Reconfigurable

  15. Unmanned Aircraft Systems Group 3 Group 1 RQ-11 Raven-B Scan Eagle (Contractor Service) Group 3 RQ-7B Shadow (Interim Group 4 Solution)

  16. Future USMC UAS Family of Systems Group 4 (Future) JTF/MEF 10K • Missions • -ISR • -RSTA • -Strike • -EA • -SIGINT • -Comm/Data Relay • -RSTA • Target Designation • Comm/Data Relay • -SIGINT • -RSTA -MAW Asset (VMU) -450 NM, 200 Knots -Multiple Payload -VTOL ? ? ? 5K Operational Altitude AGL USA / USMC Common GCS Group 3 Div / Regt / MEU 3K -MAW Asset (VMU) -50 NM + -10+ Hr -Shipboard Capable ? 1K Group 1 Bn / Co -MarDiv Asset (Bn) -5 nm -90 min I I I I I I I 450nm 50nm 5nm 0 5nm 50nm 450nm Operational Range

  17. F/A-18 /AV-8B /EA-6B to F-35B

  18. STOVL Joint Strike Fighter • First Flight • June 2008 • IOC: FY-12 • Objective: 420 • Program of Record • Eglin AFB Integrated Training Center (ITC) 2010 • PCS 2009 • VMFAT-501 LtCol Jim “Baja” Wellons   Issue: Schedule vs USN Concerns We go first. Navy IOC FY-16ish Defined need that has survived the POM process and is in the FYDP.

  19. CH-53K • AoA: “New build” most cost-effective (vs. SLEP) • 53K is derivative design of CH-53E • New blades • New cockpit • New cargo handling • Drive train improvements • Planned IOC: 2015 Issue: Sustaining CH-53E to meet CH-53K

  20. Summary:Transformational Capability WHOLE PROGRAM RESHAPES THE MAGTF /JOINT MANEUVER SPACE IN 4 DIMENSIONS

  21. Near Term Industry Desires • Need command and control architecture to control globally and locally • Must be compatible across enterprise and scalable • Must be expeditionary: light and rugged • Need to deploy globally quickly • Lighter systems and equipment • Example: lighter AM2 matting, lighter GSE, more common avionics, OPEN systems architecture • Require more nimble contracts that are responsive to fluid environment and adaptive enemy