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Summary of Committee Meeting Agendas

The Committee on the Role of Naval Forces in the Global War on Terror first convened in July 2005 and held additional meetings and site visits over a period of 7 months:

  • July 21-22, 2005, in Washington, D.C. Organizational meeting: Office of Chief of Naval operations briefings on Navy investment and capability additions to the force, operations perspective, requirements overview, fleet readiness, and logistics perspective; Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Homeland Defense briefing on maritime homeland defense in the global war on terror; and U.S. Coast Guard and Headquarters and U.S. Marine Corps briefings on their perspective on the role of naval forces in the global war on terror.

  • August 18-19, 2005, in Washington, D.C. Office of Chief of Naval operations briefings on studies, war games, and campaign analysis related to the global war on terror and on the role of naval riverine forces; U.S. Northern Command briefing on homeland defense and maritime domain awareness; Office of Naval Intelligence briefing on threat assessment of the maritime domain; CNO Strategic Studies Group briefing on transforming maritime forces for the global war on terror; and CNA Corporation briefing on naval assessments on the global war on terror.

  • September 26-27, 2005, in San Diego, California. Naval Special Warfare Command briefings on organizational and operational relationships with SOCOM and the Navy, major programs, training, and associated equipment, present and future challenges, current operations and relevant past global war on terror operations, and explosive ordnance capabilities and marine mammal program; U.S. Pacific Fleet and U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Pacific, briefings on their roles in



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The Role of Naval Forces in the Global War on Terror C Summary of Committee Meeting Agendas The Committee on the Role of Naval Forces in the Global War on Terror first convened in July 2005 and held additional meetings and site visits over a period of 7 months: July 21-22, 2005, in Washington, D.C. Organizational meeting: Office of Chief of Naval operations briefings on Navy investment and capability additions to the force, operations perspective, requirements overview, fleet readiness, and logistics perspective; Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Homeland Defense briefing on maritime homeland defense in the global war on terror; and U.S. Coast Guard and Headquarters and U.S. Marine Corps briefings on their perspective on the role of naval forces in the global war on terror. August 18-19, 2005, in Washington, D.C. Office of Chief of Naval operations briefings on studies, war games, and campaign analysis related to the global war on terror and on the role of naval riverine forces; U.S. Northern Command briefing on homeland defense and maritime domain awareness; Office of Naval Intelligence briefing on threat assessment of the maritime domain; CNO Strategic Studies Group briefing on transforming maritime forces for the global war on terror; and CNA Corporation briefing on naval assessments on the global war on terror. September 26-27, 2005, in San Diego, California. Naval Special Warfare Command briefings on organizational and operational relationships with SOCOM and the Navy, major programs, training, and associated equipment, present and future challenges, current operations and relevant past global war on terror operations, and explosive ordnance capabilities and marine mammal program; U.S. Pacific Fleet and U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Pacific, briefings on their roles in

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The Role of Naval Forces in the Global War on Terror the global war on terror; Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center and Naval Postgraduate School briefings on their initiatives in the global war on terror. November 1-2, 2005, in Norfolk, Virginia. Fleet Forces Command, Joint Forces Command, U.S. Second Fleet, U.S. Third Fleet, Naval Network Warfare Command, Navy Expeditionary Combat Command, Atlantic Submarine Force, Atlantic Naval Air Force, Atlantic Surface Force, and Coast Guard Atlantic Area briefings on their roles in the global war on terror. November 30–December 2, 2006, in Suitland, Maryland, and Washington, D.C. Maritime Domain Awareness Program Integration Office (U.S. Coast Guard), National Maritime Intelligence Center (Office of Naval Intelligence), National Reconnaissance Office, and Naval Research Laboratory briefings on their capabilities and initiatives in the global war on terror; U.S. Special Operations Command briefing on its role in the global war on terror; Office of Chief of Naval operations briefing on an update of its global war on terror initiatives; National Defense University briefing on alternative fleet architectures study; World Shipping Council briefing on understanding the shipping container security problem; and John Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies, Congressional Research Service, and Center for Strategic and Budgetary Assessments panel discussion on adapting to unconventional/unrestricted warfare. December 20-21, 2005, in Washington, D.C. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency and Office of Naval Research briefings on their programs and initiatives in the global war on terror. January 23-27, 2006, in Irvine, California. Committee deliberations and report drafting.