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SYMPOSIUM ON NAVAL WARFARE AND COASTAL OCEANOGRAPHY Appendix I SYMPOSIUM PROGRAM SYMPOSIUM ON NAVAL WARFARE AND COASTAL OCEANOGRAPHY A CLASSIFIED EVENT SPONSORED BY THE OCEANOGRAPHER OF THE NAVY CHIEF OF NAVAL RESEARCH NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES (OCEAN STUDIES BOARD) APRIL 29 - MAY 2, 1991 NAVAL AMPHIBIOUS BASE LITTLE CREEK, VIRGINIA OBJECTIVES FAMILIARIZE THE ACADEMIC OCEANOGRAPHIC COMMUNITY WITH NAVAL WARFARE AND APPLIED R&D IN THE COASTAL REGION ASSESS THE POTENTIAL OF PRESENT OCEANOGRAPHIC RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT TO SUPPORT CURRENT AND FUTURE NAVY OPERATIONAL REQUIREMENTS IDENTIFY POSSIBLE NEW DIRECTIONS IN RESEARCH TO SUPPORT NAVY NEEDS
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SYMPOSIUM ON NAVAL WARFARE AND COASTAL OCEANOGRAPHY SYMPOSIUM ON NAVAL WARFARE AND COASTAL OCEANOGRAPHY April 29-May 3, 1991 Naval Amphibious Base Little Creek, Virginia Draft Agenda Monday, April 29 0730 - 0900 Breakfast/Registration (Officers Club) 0900 -1700 Seminar Wargames Facilitators: Tactical Training Group, Atlantic ASW Training Group, Atlantic Amphibious Warfare Center Mine Warfare Command 1900 - 2000 Reception (Officers Club) 2000 - 2130 Dinner Remarks: CAPT H. Stephan, USN Commanding Officer Naval Amphibious Base Dr. C. Dorman Ocean Studies Board National Academy of Sciences Dr. E. Hartwig Office of Naval Research RADM G. Chesbrough, USN Oceanographer of the Navy 2130 Adjourn
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SYMPOSIUM ON NAVAL WARFARE AND COASTAL OCEANOGRAPHY Tuesday, April 30 0730 - 0830 Breakfast/Registration (Officers Club) 0830 - 1030 Plenary Session I: Moderator: R. Winokur, Office of the Oceanographer of the Navy 0830 - 0915 “The Threat: Regionally Based Instability” Speaker: CAPT S. Rose, USN Office of the Secretary of Defense (Special Operations/Low Intensity Conflict) 0915 - 1000 “Third World Submarines Developments” Speaker: Mr. J. Benedict Applied Physics Laboratory The Johns Hopkins University 1000 - 1045 “Academic and Coastal Oceanography” Speaker: Dr. K. Brink Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution 1100 - 1200 Amphibious Training Model Demonstration 1215 - 1330 Lunch/Speaker: Dr. D. Inman Scripps Institution of Oceanography
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SYMPOSIUM ON NAVAL WARFARE AND COASTAL OCEANOGRAPHY 1330 - 1600 Plenary Session II: 1330 - 1400 Warfare: Anti-Submarine Speaker: Dr. A. Bisson Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Navy (ASW) 1400 - 1430 Warfare: Amphibious & Strike Speaker: CAPT J. Howick, USN Director, Amphibious Warfare Center 1430 - 1500 Warfare: Mine Speaker: CAPT F. West, Jr., USN Deputy of Chief of Staff Mine Warfare Command 1500 - 1530 Warfare: Special Operations Speaker: CDR D. Coulter, USN Chief Staff Officer Special Warfare Group Two 1530 - 1600 Break 1600 - 1730 Plenary Session III: Open Panel Discussion “Naval Warfare and Coastal Oceanography” Moderators: Dr. M. Briscoe, Office of Naval Research Dr. K. Brink, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Dr. A. Bisson CAPT F. West CDR D. Coulter CAPT J. Howick RADM G.L. Chesbrough, USN Oceanographer of the Navy Dr. A. Green, Naval Oceanographic and Atmospheric Research Laboratory Dr. J. Hovermale, Naval Oceanographic and Atmospheric Research Laboratory 1730 Adjourn Wednesday, May 1 0730 - 0830 Breakfast 0830 - 1100 Warfare Discussion Groups (Concurrent) "Discuss operational requirements and needs the potential contributions of science and technology." Anti-Submarine Warfare Facilitators: Dr. D.Conlon Space and Naval Warfare System.
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SYMPOSIUM ON NAVAL WARFARE AND COASTAL OCEANOGRAPHY Command Dr. R. Spindel Applied Physics Laboratory University of Washington Remarks: Mr. H. Hultgren Naval Underwater Systems Center CDR S. Schrobo, USN Surface Warfare Development Group Mine Warfare Facilitators: CAPT F. West, Jr., USN Mine Warfare Command Dr. W. Dally Florida Institution of Technology Remarks: LCDR J. Battle, USN Fleet Marine Force Pacific Amphibious & Strike Warfare Facilitators: Maj. D. Roberts, USMC Headquarters, US Marine Corps Dr. S. Jenkins Scripps Institution of Oceanography Remarks: CDR S. Ronnie, USN Naval Strike Warfare Center LT A. Rivera, USN Naval Oceanography Command Detachment, Charleston Special Operations Warfare Facilitators: CAPT J. Sandoz, USN Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense (Special Operations-Low Intensity Conflict) Dr. Craig Dorman Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Remarks: LtCol T. Cummins, USMC Navy Operations Intelligence Center
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SYMPOSIUM ON NAVAL WARFARE AND COASTAL OCEANOGRAPHY 1115 - 1215 Plenary Session IV: Re-assessment of Wargame Decisionmaking 1215 - 1330 Lunch/Speaker: RADM J. Koehr, USN Commander, Naval Oceanography Command 1345 - 1700 Science & Technology Discussion Groups (Concurrent) “Assess ability of science and technology to support operational requirements and needs and develop findings and recommendations.” Acoustics/G&G/Sediments/Transport Facilitators: Dr. J. T. Warfield, Naval Research Laboratory Dr. R. Dalrymple, University of Delaware Remarks: Dr. W. Jobst, Naval Oceanographic Office Dr. M. Max, Naval Research Laboratory Non-Acoustics/Biology/Optics/Chemistry Facilitators: CAPT M. McDonald, USN Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Research, Development and Acquisition) Dr. P. Jumars University of Washington Remarks: Dr. H. Heaton Applied Physics Laboratory The Johns Hopkins University
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SYMPOSIUM ON NAVAL WARFARE AND COASTAL OCEANOGRAPHY Physical Oceanography Facilitators: Dr. M. Grussendorf Naval Oceanographic and Atmospheric Research Laboratory Dr. R. Guza Scripps Institution of Oceanography Remarks: Mr. M. Gill Naval Coastal Systems Center Dr. M. Gregg Applied Physics Laboratory University of Washington Coastal Meteorology Facilitators: Dr. J. Richter Naval Ocean Systems Center Dr. C. Friehe University of California, Irvine Remarks: Mr. L. Clarke Fleet Numerical Oceanography Center Dr. D. Rogers Scripps Institution of Oceanography Electro-Magnetics Facilitators: Dr. D. Johnson Office of Naval Research Dr. A. Chave AT&T Bell Laboratories Remarks: Dr. E. Mozley Naval Oceanographic and Atmospheric Research Laboratory Dr. T. Roy Naval Ocean Systems Center 1900 - 2100 Reception and Dinner (Sheraton Hotel, Virginia Beach)
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SYMPOSIUM ON NAVAL WARFARE AND COASTAL OCEANOGRAPHY Thursday, May 2 0730 - 0830 Breakfast 0830 - 1230 Plenary Session V: Moderators: Mr. R. S. Winokur Office of the Oceanographer of the Navy Dr. E. O. Hartwig Office of Naval Research Science & Technology Discussion Group Facilitators Present “Findings & Recommendations” 1230 - 1330 Lunch 1400 - 1600 Navy Seal Team Demonstration 1600 Adjourn
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SYMPOSIUM ON NAVAL WARFARE AND COASTAL OCEANOGRAPHY SYMPOSIUM STEERING GROUP Dr. Craig Dorman, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Dr. James O'Brien, Florida State University Dr. John Orcutt, Scripps Institution of Oceanography Dr. Robert Detrick, University of Rhode Island Dr. Stewart B. Nelson, Office of the Oceanographer of the Navy Dr. Melbourne Briscoe, Office of Naval Research Dr. Thomas Kinder, Office of Naval Research Mr. Glenn Spalding, Office of Naval Technology Mr. Charles Votaw, Office of Naval Technology Dr. David Bradley, Naval Research Laboratory Note: This symposium is a classified, invitation-only event. For information call: Mary Hope Katsouros or Maureen Hage NAS Ocean Studies Board (202) 334-2714
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