Mission

NDIA’s Undersea Warfare Division fosters the exchange between government and industry of technical information and expansion of research and development in areas related to undersea warfare. To this end, the division furthers communication by providing a variety of ways for government and industry to work together to solve problems, identify affordable solutions and meet specific requirements. The group also supports both government and industry with advice on undersea warfare policies and acquisition planning.

Objective

The division strives to:

  • Focus on critical undersea warfare areas related to the development, production, testing and logistic support of underwater combat systems including mines, torpedoes, manned and unmanned underwater vehicles, countermeasures, sensors, weapon control and handling equipment; and the integration of systems aboard aircraft, ships and submarines.
  • Provide periodic forums for government, academia and industry personnel at all levels to exchange information and views as they seek solutions to undersea warfare problems.
  • Conduct studies and prepare reports in response to requests from the U.S. Navy to recommend solutions to specific problems or issues related to undersea warfare.

Topics: Aviation, Budget, Global Defense Market

NDIA Contact

For more information about this Division, please contact:

Ms. Tammy Kicker CEM, CMP
Director, Meetings
Phone: 703-247-9494
E-mail: tkicker@ndia.org

Division Contact

Mr. Paul E. Normand
Chairman
General Dynamics Electric Boat
Phone: (202)454-4866
E-mail: pnormand@gdeb.com
Mr. Mark Kenny
Vice Chairman
Adaptive Methods
Phone: (703)968-8040
E-mail: mkenny@adaptivemethods.com
Mr. Mike Tucker
Deputy Chairman
Adaptive Methods
E-mail: mtucker@adaptivemethods.com