Precision Strike

Winter Roundtable 2006

 
 

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Precision Requirements—New Policies
Creating Innovative Opportunities


Crystal City, Virginia

January 25, 2006

 


PSA Winter Roundtable 2006 Agenda


SIX DECADES OF GUIDED WEAPONS
:
Barry Watts—Senior Fellow, Center for Strategic & Budgetary Assessments

PRECISION STRIKE TO PRECISION EFFECTS:
Terry J. Pudas—Acting Director, Force Transformation, Office of the Secretaryof Defense

OVERVIEW OF THE QUADRENNIAL DEFENSE REVIEW:
Colonel Pat Kelly, USA—Senior Army Advisor to the Secretary of Defense for Policy, QDR Integration Team

NATIONAL MILITARY STRATEGY OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA:
Lieutenant Colonel Jay F. Rouse, USA—Strategy Planner, Strategy Division, J-5 Strategic Plans and Policy Directorate, The Joint Staff

CHAIRMAN’S PROCESS FOR INTEGRATING REQUIREMENTS & JOINT CAPABILITY AREAS DEVELOPMENT: Vice Admiral Evan M. Chanik, USN—Director for Force Structure, Resources and Assessment (J-8), The Joint Staff

JOINT COMMAND AND CONTROL CRITICALITY TO PRECISION STRIKE:
Major General Charles N. Simpson, USAF—Director for Joint Requirements and
Integration Directorate (J-8), U.S. Joint Forces Command - (Presentation not approved for distribution)

CONGRESSIONAL PANEL—PRIORITIES AND ISSUES:
INDUSTRY PERSPECTIVE: John Douglass— President, AIA

NEW S&T FUTURES FOR NAVY-MARINE CORPS—CRITICAL CAPABILITIES FOR 2020:
Dr. Michael B. Deitchman—Head, Air Warfare and Weapons Department, Office of Naval Research

UNMANNED AIRCRAFT SYSTEMS (UAS) ROADMAP—PRECISION STRIKE SUPPORT:
Chuck Riechers—Chief of Operations/Technical Advisor, OUSD (AT&L)/AS&C and OASD (NII)/C3 Policy, Programs, & Space Policy

 

 

 
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