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 Navy-Industry Int'l Dialogue: V-22 Osprey Program 

Navy-Industry International Dialogue Conference Presentations

Each presentation linked below has been cleared for public distribution by the authors.  For additional information about NIID meetings or upcoming events, please contact Alexis Larkin(alarkin@ndia.org).


November 8, 2005
Topic:  Aerial Targets and Drones

Welcoming Remarks
Mr. Dennis Kennelly, Chairman, International Division, NDIA & VP Finmeccanica, Defense Electronics Group

Introductory Remarks
Rear Admiral Mark Milliken, Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Navy (International Programs)

USN Navy Targets and Ranges Requirements
RADM Heely, Program Executive Officer, Strike Weapons & Unmanned Aviation (PEO(W)) will provide information regarding Strategic USN Targets/Range Roadmaps.

Targets and Decoys Program Overview
CAPT Walter, Program Manager, Aerial Target and Decoy Systems, will provide an overview of current efforts towards designing, developing and fielding aerial targets and decoys. Highlights will include USN Supersonic Targets (which include Threat-D, GQM-163 and AQM-37), Subsonic Targets (which include BQM-74E/F, BQM-34, and System for Navy Target Control (SNTC) and Improved Tactical Air Launched Decoys (ITALD).

USN Ranges
Jim Carlton, Navy Range Sub Branch Range, Navy Range Office, will discuss USN Range capabilities and services.

Industry Presentations:

  • Northrop Grumman- Chris Lape, Director of Target Programs, Northrop Grumman Corp., Integrated Systems Western Region, Unmanned Systems

  • Galileo Avionica- Carlo Siardi, Director, Business Development for UAV and Simulators

  • Orbital Sciences – Keith Emerson, Manager Business Development, Launch Systems Group

NATO Sea Sparrow Program Brief
Tim Clemmons, NATO Sea Sparrow Programs Office (NSPO), will discuss the Evolved Sea Sparrow Missile (ESSM) Cooperative programs.

Aerial Targets and Decoys and Navy International Program Office
RDML Milliken, DASN IP, will discuss Navy International Programs Office responsibilities for executing USN and USCG security assistance and cooperation with international partners.

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July 13, 2005 NIID
Topic: Unmanned Aerial Vehicles

  • Welcoming Remarks
    Mr. Dennis Kennelly, Chairman, International Division, NDIA & VP Finmeccanica, Defense Electronics Group

  • Introductory Remarks
    Rear Admiral Mark Milliken, Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Navy (International Programs)

  • OSD Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS) Roadmap
    Mr. Dyke D. Weatherington, Deputy OSD UAS Planning Task Force, will describe the updated UAS roadmap and share OSD's vision of future UAS development.In addition to describing each service’s UAS programs, this update of the roadmap contains detailed information on communications, standards, air space integration and reliability.Mr. Weatherington will also discuss some of DOD UAS programs’ recent accomplishments and current efforts inside of DOD to leverage efforts on UAS acquisition, research and development.

  • USN Navy UAV Requirements
    CAPT Steven Wright, UAV Requirements Officer, OPNAV N782D, will discuss some of the USN requirements for UAVs, and how current events are shaping future capability needs.

  • Design, Development, and Fielding UAVs
    CAPT Paul Morgan, Program Manager for the Naval Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Program Office, PEO(W) PMA-243, will provide an overview of current efforts towards designing, developing, and fielding UAVs for the DoN.Highlights will include programmatic information and developments with USN Broad Area Maritime Surveillance (BAMS) UAV, Global Hawk Maritime Demonstration, Fire Scout VTUAV, Small UAV Shipboard Demonstration, and the USMC Pioneer and Dragon Eye.

  • USCG and Eagle Eye
    CDR Melissa Hofman, Air Lead, Deepwater Sponsors' Office,  U.S. Coast Guard Eagle Eye, will discuss the role of the Eagle Eye UAV in the Coast Guard Integrated Deepwater Program.

  • UAVs and Navy International Program Office
    RDML Milliken, DASN IP, will discuss Navy International Programs Office responsibilities for executing USN and USCG security assistance and cooperation with international partners.

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April 19, 2005 NIID
Topic:  Maritime Domain Awareness

  • Welcoming Remarks, Mr. Dennis Kennelly, Chairman, International Division of NDIA, and President, AMS North America
  • Introductory Remarks, RDML Mark Milliken, Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Navy (International Programs)
  • MDA Overview and Initiatives, CAPT Scott Beaton, Deputy Director for Maritime Domain Awareness, will describe MDA and share his vision of the future of -MDA activities. Highlights will include concepts and ongoing processes that enable the collection, analysis, and dissemination of information critical to maritime domain understanding. CAPT Beaton will introduce USCG’s approach to fulfilling MDA needs as MDA evolves from concepts to programs, citing some examples from Deepwater and other programs that support MDA.
  • Maritime Industry Initiatives in MDA, Mr. David Long, Office of Service Industries, Department of Commerce, will discuss the interdependence of the worldwide maritime industry and the importance of supporting MDA. Topics will include efforts of the DOC/International Maritime Organization to build coalitions and partnerships, to collaborate with a federation of agencies (federal, state, local and international governments), and to emphasize the critical role of the private sector, while energizing domestic and international industry to provide solutions.
  • USN MDA Capabilities and Requirements, CDR William Wimmer, OPNAV N3/N5, will discuss USN’s approach to meeting MDA requirements. The USN’s efforts in support of MDA include developing intelligence and information solutions, drawing from US forces, USG agencies, international coalition partners and forces, and commercial entities. The end state is a shared Common Operating Picture (COP) fully distributed among national and international partners as appropriate.
  • MDA and Navy International Program Office, Mr. Rino Pivirotto, Executive Director of International Programs Office, will discuss Navy International Programs Office responsibilities for executing USN and USCG security assistance and cooperation with international partners.

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January 18, 2005 NIID
Topic: V-22 Osprey Program

  • Welcoming and Opening Remarks, Mr. Dennis Kennelly, Chairman, NDIA International Division & President, AMS North America

  • Introductory Remarks, RDML Mark Milliken, Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Navy (International Programs)

  • V-22 Program OverviewCol Craig Olson, Program Manager, V-22 Joint Program Office and Mr. Michael Tkach, Vice President, Bell-Boeing
    Click here to view the video embedded in this presentation (MPG).

  • CV MissionCol Tommy Hull, Deputy Director of Operations, U.S. Air Force Special Operations Command

  • MV MissionCol. Keith A. Birkholz, Head of Aviation Weapon Systems, Office of the Deputy Commandant for Aviation, Headquarters, U.S. Marine Corps
    Click here to view the video  embedded in this presentation (MPG).

  • V-22 International FutureMr. Kenneth Moritz, V-22 Government Director Business Development, PMA 275 and Mr. Bo Goode, V-22 Business Development Manager, Bell-Boeing

  • V-22 Benefits to the U.S. Governemnt and Foreign CustomerRDML Mark Milliken, Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Navy (International Programs)

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November 19, 2004 NIID
Topic: U.S. Coast Guard Intergrated Deepwater Program

  • Welcoming and Opening Remarks, Mr. Dennis Kennelly, Chairman, NDIA International Division & President, AMS North America

  • Introductory Remarks, RDML Mark Milliken, Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Navy (International Programs)

  • Deepwater--Hull CapabilitiesRobert Conrad, Vice President for Deepwater, Northrop Grumman (ICGS)

  • Deepwater--Operational InteroperabilityDale Bennett, Vice President & General Manager, Coast Guard Systems, Lockheed Martin Maritime Systems & Sensors

  • Deepwater--Navy International Programs OfficeRDML Mark Milliken, Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Navy (International Programs)

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September 28, 2004 NIID
Topic: F/A-18 E/F/G

  • Welcoming and Opening Remarks, Mr. Andy Button, Chairman, NDIA International Division

  • Introductory RemarksRDML Mark Milliken, Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Navy (International Programs)

  • Industrial Plans, Cooperative Opportunities, and Financial Programs in Support of Foreign Military SalesMr. Chris Chadwick, Vice President and Program Manager F/A-18 Programs, Boeing Integrated Defense Systems (Click here for the video from slide 2 of this presentation (Windows media file)).

  • F/A-18 E/F/G Program, Future Capabilities and Force Structure Through 2030RADM James Basil Godwin III, Program Executive Officer for Tactical Aviation (PEO(T)), United States Navy

  • F/A-18 CapabilitiesCAPT James G. Wallace, Director of International Programs PMA-265, United States Navy 

  • F/A-18 E/F/G Benefits to the U.S. Government and Foreign Customer and Closing Remarks, RDML Mark Milliken, Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Navy (International Programs)

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May 18, 2004 NIID
Topic: C4ISR

  • Welcoming and Opening Remarks, Mr. Andy Button, Chairman, NDIA International Division

  • Navy International Programs OfficeRDML Mark Milliken, Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Navy (International Programs)

  • The Office of the Secretary of DefenseMr. Francis Criste, Director, Communications Programs; Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense (Networks & Information Integration)

  • Role of Coalition Members in Network Centric WarfareMr. John Gartska, Assistant Director Concepts and Operations, Office of Force Transformation, Office of the Secretary of Defense

  • Industry PerspectiveMr. David Chesebrough, P.E., President, Association for Enterprise Integration (AFEI)

  • Department of Navy RoleCaptain John Kohut, PEO C4I, PMA-159, United States Navy

  • Air Force International Affairs Office Role, Brigadier General Ronald Yaggi, Director Regional Affairs, Deputy Under Secretary of the Air Force for International Affairs (SAF/IA)

  • Navy International Programs Office RoleMr. Gregg Bergersen, Director C4I Program, Navy International Programs Office

  • Closing Remarks, RDML Mark Milliken, Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Navy (International Programs)

Presentations from past NIID meetings are available on the Navy International Programs Office web site.

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