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PRECISION STRIKE ANNUAL REVIEW (PSAR-14)

“Precision Engagement – Staying Relevant in a Dangerous World”

March 18 - 19, 2014

SPRINGFIELD, VA

Agenda

TUESDAY, MARCH 18, 2014

 

KEYNOTE ADDRESS—TRADOC’S KEY ROLE IN THE NEW SECURITY ENVIRONMENT:

NATIONAL STRATEGIES—EMERGING STRATEGIC CONTEXT:

TECHNOLOGY SURPRISE—NEED FOR REBALANCE OF R&E INVESTMENTS:

  • Alan Shaffer—Acting Assistant Secretary of Defense, Research & Engineering, OSD

 IMPLEMENTATION OF QDR-14—CONNECTING RELEVANCE TO RESOURCES:

  • David Ochmanek—DASD for Force Development, OUSD (Policy), OSD

 

 INTERNATIONAL PRECISION WEAPONS SESSION:

Kongsberg’s Naval Strike Missile (NSM)

NATIONAL LABORATORIES PANEL:

Sandia National Laboratories Perspective:

Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory Perspective:

Los Alamos National Laboratory Perspective:

  • Doug Anson—Director, DoD Strategic Development, Strategic Outcomes Office

MIT Lincoln Laboratory Perspective:

  • Gerald Augeri—Assistant Head, Air & Missile Defense Technology Division

 

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 19, 2014

 

ARMY PRECISION WEAPONS SESSION:

Army’s Modernization Strategy for Precision Fires

  • Lieutenant Colonel Francis Moss, USA—HQDA G-8 Force Development

Precision Fires within Army Aviation

LUNCHEON ADDRESS—NEED FOR INDUSTRIAL BASE REBALANCE IN PACIFIC PIVOT:

  • Robert Read—Senior Industrial Analyst, Manufacturing & Industrial Base Policy, OUSD (AT&L)

PRECISION WEAPONS TECHNOLOGIES—NEXT GENERATION JAMMER:

CONVENTIONAL PROMPT STRIKE:

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