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Precision Strike Technology Symposium

Accelerating Joint & Coalition
Technology Advances for Precision Strike

12-14 October 2004

 

 

 

 

 

Table of Contents

 

 

Tuesday, 12 October 2004

Accelerating Precision Strike Technologies - Where are we spending S&T Funds?--What is happening now? by Dr. Charles Holland, Deputy Under Secretary of Defense
(Science & Technology)

UK Defense White Paper & Royal Navy - Implications for Coalition Operations by Dr. Lee Willett, Head of Military Capabilities Prgramme, Royal United Services Institute for Defence & Security Studies, Whitehall, London

Capability Area Review - Land Attack Weapons
by Clay Davis, Air-to-Ground Weapons Staff Specialist, OUSD (AT&L) Defense Systems

 

Wednesday , 13 October 2004


Challenges of Using the TTWCS and TC2S to Enable Retargeting of TACTOM Missiles Against a Moving Target by Nicholas Barresi, JHU/APL

Transforming Systems Architecture to Enable Precision Engagement by Jon Dorn, BAE Systems Mission Solutions, Single Integrated Aerospace Picture (SIAP)

Single Integrated Aerospace Picture (SIAP) by Doug Crowe, JHU/APL

Joint Unmanned Combat Aerial System Program by Rick Ludwig, Northrop Grumman Corp.

VIPER Strike PGM by Richard Schultz, Northrop Grumman Corp.

Next Generation Gunship Technology Studies by Bill Elliott, Naval Surface Warfare Center, Dahlgren Division

TARUS KEPD 350 by Friedrich W. Koch, TAURUS Systems GmbH

Keynote Address - Accelerating Technologies to Support Precision Strike for the Marines in Iraq by LtGen Robert Magnus, USMC, Deputy Commandant for Programs & Resources, Headquarters U.S. Marines Corps

 

 

 

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