Appendix B
Committee Meetings

FIRST MEETING

JANUARY 24-25, 2007

HUNTSVILLE, ALABAMA

Meeting Objectives

Introduce committee members to the National Academies and the Board on Army Science and Technology; conduct composition and balance discussion; discuss statement of task and sponsor expectations; receive orientation presentations on the mission, organization, and functions of the U.S. Army Space and Missile Defense Command/Army Forces Strategic Command; receive presentations regarding emerging technologies relevant to the statement of task; consider and approve draft outline; and make writing assignments.

Presenters

Sponsor’s Welcoming Remarks

Mark Swinson, Chief Scientist, U.S. Army Space and Missile Defense Command/Army Forces Strategic Command


Directed Energy Combat Development Overview

Daryl Youngman, U.S. Army Air and Missile Defense Battle Laboratory



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Appendix B Committee Meetings FirsT meeTiNG JaNUarY 24-25, 2007 hUNTsVille, alaBama meeting objectives Introduce committee members to the National Academies and the Board on Army Science and Technology; conduct composition and balance discussion; discuss statement of task and sponsor expectations; receive orientation presenta- tions on the mission, organization, and functions of the U.S. Army Space and Missile Defense Command/Army Forces Strategic Command; receive presenta- tions regarding emerging technologies relevant to the statement of task; consider and approve draft outline; and make writing assignments. Presenters sponsor’s Welcoming remarks Mark Swinson, Chief Scientist, U.S. Army Space and Missile Defense Command/Army Forces Strategic Command directed energy combat development overview Daryl Youngman, U.S. Army Air and Missile Defense Battle Laboratory 9

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0 APPENDIX B Joint high Power solid state laser (J-hPssl) Adam Aberle, U.S. Army Space and Missile Defense Command/Army Forces Strategic Command hel-JTo overview Don Seeley, Deputy Director, U.S. Army Space and Missile Defense Command/ Army Forces Strategic Command Briefing to National academy of sciences’ committee on directed energy Technology for countering indirect Weapons Daniel Trainor, Textron Corporation high energy laser Technology demonstrator (hel Td) Weapon system Program Bill Gnacek, U.S. Army Space and Missile Defense Command/Army Forces Strategic Command helTd lethality & systems assessment Chuck Lamar, U.S. Army Space and Missile Defense Command/Army Forces Strategic Command introduction Jackie Gish, Northrop Grumman Corporation Thel, mThel & hel Block 0 John Nugent, Northrop Grumman 3 – laser segment Jay Marmo, Northrop Grumman Corporation Thermal management Jackie Gish, Northrop Grumman Corporation ssl Performance Projections Jackie Gish, Northrop Grumman Corporation summary Jackie Gish, Northrop Grumman Corporation

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 APPENDIX B secoNd meeTiNG FeBrUarY 26-27, 2007 WashiNGToN, d.c. meeting objectives Conduct final composition and balance discussion; continue receiving presen- tations regarding emerging technologies relevant to the statement of task; consider and approve the concept draft report; and make additional writing assignments. Presenters directed energy systems Patrick K. Garvey, Boeing Missile Defense Systems Thin disk laser Technology Update to Board on army science & Technology Edward W. Pogue, Boeing Missile Defense Systems counter ram/counter manPads/counter Battery Lee Gutheinz, Boeing Missile Defense Systems modeling & simulation Edward W. Pogue, Boeing Missile Defense Systems advanced Tactical laser (aTl) advanced concept Technology demonstration (acTd) Don Slater, Boeing Missile Defense Systems directed energy systems Power and energy systems Gary Grider, DRS-TEM, Inc. laser area defense Near-Term employment concept Jim Horkovich, Raytheon Directed Energy Weapons c-ram lethality Rusty Graves and Wendell Cook, U.S. Army Space and Missile Defense Command/Army Forces Strategic Command modeling and simulation support to hel system development Wendell Cook, BAE Systems Phalanx, Fiber laser, and option 1 JhPssl Frank Brueckner, Raytheon Corporation

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 APPENDIX B The army’s hybrid electric initiative Gus Khalil, U.S. Army Tank-Automotive Research, Development, and Engineering Center Third meeTiNG aPril 3-4, 2007 WashiNGToN, d.c. meeting objectives Conduct final composition and balance discussion; continue receiving presentations regarding emerging technologies relevant to the statement of task; consider and approve the first full message draft report; and make additional writing assignments. Presenters long Term Use of a Bcs Brian Strickland, U.S. Army Space and Missile Defense Command/Army Forces Strategic Command dPssl illuminator Technology development (and scaling ssls to higher power) Stephen G. Post, Missile Defense Agency army research laboratory-enabling Technologies for directed energy solid state diode Pumped lasers Gary Woods, U.S. Army Research Laboratory status of onshore Produced ceramic laser Gain materials Rick Gentilman, Raytheon Corporation air Force laser Programs R. Andrew Motes, U.S. Air Force Research Laboratory extended area Protection & survivability (eaPs) system sensor suite requirements, radars for c-ram Jim Mullins, Aviation and Missile Research, Development, and Engineering Center c-ram and Force encampment Protection system (FePs) Programs Pete Kirkland, U.S. Army Space and Missile Defense Command/Army Forces Strategic Command

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 APPENDIX B advanced Tactical Technology–high energy lasers Stephen Welby, Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency lockheed martin de overview Kenneth W. Billman, Lockheed Martin Corporation J-hPssl Phase 3 (option-1) conceptual design for ThinZag® laser on an Fcs-like Ground Vehicle Chas. W. von Rosenberg, Jr., Textron Corporation FoUrTh meeTiNG maY 7-8, 2007 irViNe, caliForNia meeting objectives Continue deliberations on the report; come to agreement on the findings and recommendations; prepare necessary written input; determine whether sensitive appendix is required; concur that the report is ready for peer review. Presenters None