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Symposium Program SYMPOSIUM ON OCEANOGRAPHY AND NAVAL SPECIAL WARFARE Naval Amphibious Base Coronado, California February 17-20, 1997 Monday, February 17 Symposium registration and security check-in 1600 - 1900: Security Check-In and Registration Lobby, Bachelor Officers Quarters (BOW, Building 504 Tuesday, February fX The Symposium series was developed, in part, to facilitate interaction between the scientist and the warfighter. Therefore, Day 1 of the Symposium emphasizes interaction with SEAL team members. Small groups of attendees, led by SEAL team members, will participate in a series of activities designed to increase awareness of the challenges involved in Naval Special Warfare (including interactive demonstrationsJ. 0700 - 1200: Security Check-In and Registration (for late arrivals) Lobby, Bachelor Officers Quarters (BOW, Building 504 0700 - 0745: Continental Breakfast Club Coronado Buses depart for Special Boat Squadron 1 75
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76 PLENARY SESSION I - INTRODUCTION AND OVERVIEW Special Boat Squadron 1 Classroom 0800 - 0810: Welcome and Administrative Remarks 0810 - 0850: Commander, Naval Special Warfare Command (CNSWC) Command Brief, Building 209 SEAL DEMONSTRATIONS/DISCUSSIONS ALPHA and BRAVO Platoons APPENDIX A 0900 -1005: SEAL Static Display and Basic Underwater Demolition/SEAL (BUD/S) Training Demonstration, Combat Training Tank CHARLIE and DELTA Platoons 0900 - 1005: MK-V and Rigid Hull Inflatable Boat (RHIB) Display and Demonstrations Special Boat Squadron 1 Pier ALPHA and BRAVO Platoons 1015 - 1115: MK-V and Rigid Hull Inflatable Boat (RHIB) Display and Demonstrations Special Boat Squadron 1 Pier CHARLIE and DELTA Platoons 1015 - 1115: SEAL Static Display and BUD/S Training Demonstration Combat Training Tank 1130: Buses depart from Combat Training Tank and Special Boat Squadron 1 for Club Coronado 1145 - 1245: Lunch, Club Coronado PLENARY SESSION II - Operational Examples of METOC Needs Auditorium, Expeditionary Warfare Training Group Pacific, Building 401 1300 - 1630: NSW Guest Speakers: CDR Toohey, NSWG-2 LCDR Dietz, ST-5 LT Deluna, SBU-12 SKCM Favor, SBU-20 LT McNabb, NSWDEVGRU 1750: Buses depart from BOQ to Beach Pavilion
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APPENDIX A 1800 - 2000: Catered Reception, Beach Pavilion 2015: Buses return to BOQ 77 ICEBREAKER WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 19 Day 2 introduces the attendees to the mission needs of typical SEAL operations. Small groups will participate in interactive mission-planning exercises and concurrent working groups to identify the types of environmental data needed and gain an understanding of the means presently available to collect and disseminate that data. 0700 - 0745: Continental Breakfast, Club Coronado PLENARY SESSION III - Naval Special Warfare and Meteorology and Oceanography (METOC) Auditorium, Expeditionary Warfare Training Group Pacific, Building 401 0825 - 0850: 0850 - 0915: 0915 - 0940: 0940- 1005: 0800 - 0825: Navy Basic Research Supporting METOC Dr. T. Kinder Navy Basic and Applied Research Supporting NSW Dr. T. Swean The Oceanographer's Program in Support of Nearshore Warfare Dr. E. Whitman Littoral Remote Sensing Dr. F. Herr NAVOCEANO Warfighting Support Center CAPT T. McPherson Coffee Break 1005- 1030: 1030 - 1130: Mission Planning Overview 1030 - 1100: Mission Planning Overview Mr. Steve Wells, CNSWC Training Officer 1100 - 1110: Swimmer Delivery Vehicle (SDV) Mission Planning Brief LT McKinney, NSWG-2 1110 - 1120: Special Boat Unit (SBU) Mission Planning Brief LT Deluna, SBU-12 1120 - 1130: SEAL Mission Planning Brief CW02 Kelz, ST-1 1145 - 1245: Lunch - Club Coronado 1250: Science and Nearshore Warfare Since World War II Dr. Douglas Inman, Scripps Institution of Oceanography Buses depart Club Coronado for Special Boat Squadron One & North Island Naval Air Station (NAS)
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78 ALPHA and BRAVO Platoons MISSION PLANNING AND METOC SUPPORT EXERCISES 1300 - 1530: Mission Planning Exercise Mr. Steve Wells, CNSWC Training Officer Special Boat Squadron One, Bldg. 209 Buses depart Special Boat Squadron One for North Island NAS 1600 - 1830: METOC Support Exercise CDR Tim McGee, Commanding Officer NAVPACMETOCFAC Naval Pacific Meteorology & Oceanography Facility, North Island 1845: Buses depart North Island for BOQ CHARLIE and DELTA Platoons 1300 - 1530: METOC Support Exercise CDR Tim McGee, Commanding Officer NAVPACMETOCFAC Naval Pacific Meteorology & Oceanography Facility, North Island Buses depart North Island NAS for Special Boat Squadron One 1600 - 1830: Mission Planning Exercise Mr. Steve Wells, CNSWC Training Officer Special Boat Squadron One, Bldg. 209 1845: APPENDIX A Buses depart Special Boat Squadron One for BOQ THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 20 The final day focuses on lessons learned and the identification of ways to increase the ability of the ocean science community to support Naval Special Warfare. Attendees will be re-organized into topical working groups to provide an opportunity for colleagues to participate in a dialogue directed at problem solving. By identifying research priorities, the attendees can help shape the future of oceanographic and meteorological support for this elite fighting force. 0700 - 0745: Continental Breakfast, Club Coronado MISSION PLANNING PLATOON WORKING GROUPS (CONCURRENT) Expeditionary Warfare Training Group Pacific, Building 401 0800 - 0930: Mission Brief Backs - Lessons Learned · Assess critical "requirements" · Identify challenges for Technical Working Groups 0930 - 1000: Coffee Break
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APPENDIX A PLENARY SESSION IV - PLATOON WORKING GROUP REPORTS Auditorium, EWTGP, Building 401 1000 - 1130: Introduction to Critical Topics for Technical Working Groups 1 145 - 1245: Lunch, Club Coronado CRITICAL ISSUES TECHNICAL WORKING GROUPS (CONCURRENT) Expeditionary Warfare Training Group Pacific, Building 401 1300 - 1545: Response to the Challenge - Future Paths · Bioluminescence & Toxins · Currents & Tides · EM/JR "Above Surface" Signal Propagation and Coastal Winds · EO/Acoustic "Below Surface" Signal Propagation · Waves & Surf PLENARY SESSION V Auditorium, EWTGP, Building 401 1600 - 1730: Reports from Technical Working Groups and Symposium Wrap-Up 1730: ADJOURN 79
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