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Appendix B Meetings and Activities This appendix lists the presentations provided at the committee and pane! meetings and other fact-finding activities by committee members during the course of this study. COMMITTEE MEETINGS First Committee Meeting, August 19-20, 1997 National Academy of Sciences, Washington, D.C. Major General Robert H. Scales, Jr. Army War College The Army After Next Project, Knowledge and Speed Major General John S. Cowings Industrial College of the Armed Forces Doctrine for Locistics Sunoort of Joint Overations Joint Vision 2010 ~ v . ~ Dr. A. Penner Milton Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Army (Research, Development and Acquisition) Science & Technology Strategy for the Army After Next Brigadier General Joe Arbuckle Army Materiel Command The Army's Materiel Command Lt. Colonel George Topic Office of the Deputy Chief of Staff for Logistics, Department of the Army Achieving a Revolution in Military Logistics... The Master Logistics Vision Mr. Robert Dienes Combined Arms Support Command (CASCOM) Introduction to CASCOM 172

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APPENDIX B Dr. John A. Parmentola Office of the Deputy Assistant Secretary for Research and Technology Strategic Research Objectives and the Army After Next Dr. Lewis E. (Ed) Link U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Logistics Support Requirements for Future Army Combat Dr. Wolf Elber Army Research Laboratory Plenary Lecture Vehicle Technology Center Colonel James Bald Army Materiel Command Force ~ and Emerging Technologies Second Committee Meeting, October 1-2, 1997 National Academy of Sciences, Washington, D.C. Dr. Ronald A. DeMarco Office of Naval Research Department of the Navy Logistics-Related 6. ~ Research 173 Dr. Julian M. Tishkoff Air Force Office of Scientific Research Logistical Support Requirements for Future Army Combat Systems: Air Force Research Activities Dr. Michael A. Stroscio Army Research Office Science for HAN Logistics Efficiencies: U.S. Army Research Office Programs for the Board on Army Science and Technology Colonel Mike Starry Arrny Training and Doctrine Command The Army After Next Project: Knowledge and Speed Mr. Charles T. (Terry) Chase Pacific Northwest National Laboratory Potential Logistics Applications for Strategic Research Objectives Dr. John Gully Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency DARES Research Activities

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174 REDUCING THE LOGISTICS BURDEN FOR THE ARMYAFTER NEXT Lt. Colonel Henry Franke Army Training and Doctrine Command Army After Next Update to BAST's AANLog Committee Third Committee Meeting, December I~16, 1997 National Academy of Sciences, Washington, D.C. Mr. Rick Camden Army Research Laboratory Joint Logistics Advanced Concept Technology Demonstrations Project Office Mr. Bill Crowder Logistics Management institute AAN Logistics and Nuggets Mr. Robert Dienes Combined Arms Support Command Army After Next Logistics Support Concept: The AAN Logistics Franchise Dr. Wolf Elber Army Research Laboratory AAN Logistics: The Invisible Cost Driverand Proposed SRO for Durability/Reliability Technology Dr. All Haghighat Pennsylvania State University Methodologies for Particle Transport Simulation and Their Application to Reactor Dosimetry and Shielding (via teleconferenced Et. General Paul Kern Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Army (Research, Development and Acquisition) Army Acquisition Corps SARDA Army After Next Activities Mr. Bill Howell and Colonel Fred Tyner Arrny Medical Research and Materiel Command Sustainment Pane! Briefing: Reducing the Logistics Tail Dr. Robin Keesee Army Research Laboratory MANPRINTfor AANLogistics

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APPENDIXB Mr. Robert A. Rossi Army Defense Ammunition Logistics Activity Armaments Research, Development, and Engineering Center Munitions Resupply Technologies for the Army After Next Mr. Charles M. Shoemaker Army Research Laboratory Robotic Vehicle Technology Development for FutureGround Combat Systems Fourth Committee Meeting, February 19-20, 1998 National Academy of Sciences, Washington, D.C. Mr. Robert Dienes Combined Arms Support Command ANN Update Mr. William Crowder Logistics Management institute Emerging Technologies 175 Dr. Michael Dyson Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency Advanced Logistics Project, Joint Logistics Advanced Concept Technology Demonstration Fifth Committee Meeting, April 29-30, 1998 National Academy of Sciences, Washington, D.C. No presentations PANEL MEETINGS Mobility Panel Meeting, October 22-23, 1997 Army Tank-Automotive Research, Development and Engineering Center Detroit, Michigan Dr. Richard McClelland Army Tank-Automotive and Armaments Command U.S. Army Tank Automotive Research, Development, and Engineering Center Mr. Roger K. Halle Army Tank Automotive Research, Development, and Engineering Center Army After Next (AAN) Concepts

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176 Dr. Robert Bill Army Research Laboratory Fuel Efficient Army After Next REDUCING THE LOGISTICS BURDEN FOR THE ARMYAFTER NEXT Mr. Charles Raffa Anny Tank Automotive Research, Development, and Engineering Center Fuel Consumption, Weight, Speed, Alternatives Mr. Bruce Brendle Army Tank Automotive Research, Development, and Engineering Center Crewstation Technology Mr. Charles M. Shoemaker Anny Research Laboratory DEMO III Concerted Technology Thrust Dr. lames Thompson Army Tank-Automotive and Armaments Command Advanced Armor Protection Mr. Steven Caito Army Tank Automotive Research, Development, and Engineering Center Hit Avoidance Advanced Technology Demonstrator Mr. Michael Reid Anny Tank-Automotive Research, Development, and Engineering Center Electric Vehicle Program Briefing Dr. Robert Bill Army Research Laboratory Advanced Aviation Concepts for Army After Next Mr. Jeff Carie Army Tank Automotive Research, Development, and Engineering Center Composite Armored Vehicle Advanced Technology Demonstrator Mr. Tony Comito Army Tank Automotive Research, Development, and Engineering Center National Automotive Center Programs Mr. Robert I. Watts Army Tank Automotive Research, Development, and Engineering Center Technology Opportunities Analysis System (TOAS) Information Synthesis

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APPENDIX B Sustainment Panel Meeting, October 27-2S, 1997 U.S. Army Research Office, Research Triangle Park, North Carolina Dr. Michael A. Stroscio Army Research Office ScienceforAANLogistics Efficiencies: Selected U.S. Army Research Office Programs Dr. Wilbur C. Simmons Army Research Office Biomimetics Dr. Linda Bushnell Army Research Office SRO on Intelligent Systems Dr. Gary L. Anderson Army Research Office Smart Structures Research 177 Dr. John A. Bailey Army Research Office The Next Generation of Damage Tolerant Lightweight Armor Materials for the Protec- tion of All Army Materiel and Personnel Dr. David M. Mann Army Research Office Combat Vehicles for Reduced Logistics Burden Dr. William A. Sander Army Research Office Strategic Research Objective (SRO) Mobile Wireless Communications Dr. Richard I. Paur Army Research Office Compact Power Sources Miss Colleen Cathcart Natick Research, Development and Engineering Center AANLogistics Efficiency Study Mr. Michael W. Deckert Army Materiel Systems Analysis Activity Sustainment Cost Savings through Physics-of-Failure (PoF) Reliability Modeling

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178 REDUCING THE LOGISTICS BURDEN FOR THE ARMY~FTER NEXT Lt. Colonel Tom Light USA Aviation Applied Technology Directorate Army Aviation Operation and Sustainment Ms. Lois H. Aymett Missile Research, Development and Engineering Center Logistics Initiatives for AAN Mobility Panel Meeting, November 13-14, 1997 U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Waterways Experiment Station, Vicksburg, Mississippi Dr. Andrew W. Kerr Ames Research Center, Arrny Research Laboratory PISTOL [vertical or short take-off and landing; Aircraft Summary Dr. William F. Marcuson Waterways Experiment Station Defense S&TReliance Dr. Bill Willoughby Waterways Experiment Station Sustainment Engineering, WES Mobility Engineering and Research Implications Miss Denise Bullock Waterways Experiment Station Mobility Factor Inference and Sensitivity Analysis Ms. Patricia M. Sullivan Waterways Experiment Station Soil Moisture Strength Prediction to Support Worldwide Military Operations Dr. Niki C. Deliman Waterways Experiment Station Stochastic Mobility Modeling, Robust Mobility Modeling and Stochastic Applications Mr. David A. Homer Waterways Experiment Station Advanced Mobility Modeling Dr. David W. Pittman Waterways Experiment Station Airfields and Pavements to Support Force Projection

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APPENDIXB Dr. lames Houston Waterways Experiment Station Logistics- over- the-Shore Techn o1togy Mobility Panel Meeting, November 20-21, 1997 National Academy of Sciences, Washington, D.C. Dr. Terry AsTarge, Sandia National Laboratories and Dr. David Emin, University of New Mexico Novel Energy-Conversion Devices of Icosahedral Borides Dr. Robert Nowak Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency DARPA Advanced Energy Technologies Program Dr. Richard I. Paur Army Research Office Compact Power Sources and Hydrogen Technologies Dr. Tra F. Kuhn, Ir. Directed Technologies, Tnc. Affordable Hydrogen Supply Pathways for Fuel-Cell Vehicles Mr. LawTence D. Johnson Army Research Laboratory Future Combat System Mr. Mark Delmonico and Mr. Scott Story U.S. Marine Corps Amphibious Armored Assault Vehicle (AAAV ~ Advanced Amphibious Assault Vehicle Science and Technology Overview Mr. Bob Carrese Bell-Boeing TiTtrotor Team V-22 "Osprey " Program Update Dr. George C. joy U.S. Department of Commerce Partnership for a New Generation of Vehicles Dr. Marilyn Freeman Army Research Laboratory The Army After Next Project and Mobility Integrated Idea Team Dr. Dave Shaffer Army Materiel Systems Analysis Activity An Overview of Army Weapons Systems Analysis 179

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180 REDUCING THE LOGISTICS BURDEN FOR THE ARMY~FTER NEXT Engagement Panel Meeting, November 2~25, 1997 Army Research Laboratory, Aberdeen, Maryland Dr. Marilyn Freeman Army Research Laboratory Mobility Integrated Idea Team Mr. Charles M. Shoemaker Arrny Research Laboratory Robotic Vehicle Technology Development for Future Ground Combat Systems Dr. John A. Bailey Army Research Office The Next Generation of Damage Tolerant Lightweight Armor Materials for the Protection of All Army Materiel and Personnel Mr. Albert E. Warnasch ArTny Armaments Research, Development, and Engineering Center Army After Next Ms. Gloria P. Wren Army Research Laboratory Liquid Propellant Gun Propulsion Technology Dr. William OberIe Army Research Laboratory Electrothermal-Chemical Gun Propulsion Technology Dr. William D'Amico Army Research Laboratory Canon Artillery More Accurate Projectiles and Fewer Fuzes Dr. William de Rosset Anny Research Laboratory Armor/Anti-Armor Brief Dr. John W. Gowens Army Research Laboratory Communication and Network Systems Division Dr. lagdish Chandra Army Research Laboratory Computer and Software for HAN Dr. Jeff Cerny Army Aviation and Missile Command Missile Research, Development, and Engineering Center

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APPENDIX B Mr. H. Bruce Wallace Army Research Laboratory Sensors and Electron Devices Directorate Sustainment Panel Meeting, December 5, 1997 U.S. Army Natick Research, Development and Engineering Center, Natick Massachusetts Colonel Rick Ross Army Soldier Systems Command U.S. Army Soldier Systems Command and the Army After Next Dr. C. Patrick Dunne Natick Research, Development and Engineering Center Combat Ration Technologies for Advanced Logistics Mr. Don Pickard Natick Research, Development and Engineering Center Fieldt Feeding Equipment anal Energy Technology Mr. lack Siege! Natick Research, Development and Engineering Center Shelter Technology Sergeant Scott Decker Army Training and Doctrine Command, TSM-Soldier Land Warrior Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow Mr. Patrick Snow Natick Research, Development and Engineering Center Warrior Systems Ms. lanes E. Ward Natick Research, Development and Engineering Center Ballistic Protection for Individual Survivability Mr. Matthew Whipple Natick Research, Development and Engineering Center Lighweight Chemical Protection for Individual Survivability Mr. Thomas H. Bagwell Army Tank-Automotive Research, Development and Engineering Center Water Supply Initiatives for Army After Next 181

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182 RED UCING THE L OGISTICS B URDEN FOR THE ARMY AFTER NEXT Lt. Colonel John P. Obusek Army Research Institute of Environmental Medicine U.S. Army Medical Research and Materiel Command. Support to Army After Next Logistics Efficiency Mr. Brian Croner Natick Research, Development and Engineering Center Three-Dimensional Anthropometric Data Acquisition and Analysis For Clothing and Equipment System Design Mr. Edward I. Doucette Natick Research, Development and Engineering Center Airborne and Ground Mobility Science and Technology SITE VISITS Army Vehicle Technology Center, Cleveland, Ohio, November 2 I, ~ 997 Lockheed-Martin Corporation, Atlanta, Georgia, December 10, 1997 Sandia National Laboratories, Sandia, New Mexico, January 1~l 5, ~ 998 Army Logistics Integration Agency, Alexandria, Virginia, March 26, 1998 University of Texas Center for Electromechanics, Austin, Texas, April 10, 1998 Army Research Lab Institute for Advanced Technology, Austin, Texas, April 10, 1998 Arrny Ames Research Center, Moffat Field, California, April 12, 1998 Patuxent River Naval Air Station, Lexington, Maryland, June 1 1, ~ 998