Appendix C

Workshop Session Agendas

SESSION 1
FEBRUARY 27-28, 2013
WASHINGTON, D.C.

Objectives

  1. Introduce workshop committee members and participants
  2. Receive briefings on current government directed energy technology initiatives
  3. Plan for Session

FEBRUARY 27, 2013

CLASSIFIED SESSION

0900 Welcome and Introductions
Gen Ronald E. Keys (USAF, Ret.), Chair
 
0930 Air Force Champion's Vision for Directed Energy
Dr. Janet Fender, Chief Scientist, Air Combat Command (ACC) Dr. Dave Robie, Office of the Chief Scientist, ACC
 
1030 Break
 
1045 Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) Initiatives
Dr. Robert Peterkin, Chief Scientist, Directed Energy Directorate, AFRL
 
1145 Continue Discussions with Lunch Available
 
1215 High-Energy Laser Joint Technology Office (HEL-JTO) Initiatives
Mr. Don Seeley, Acting Director, HEL-JTO


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Appendix C Workshop Session Agendas SESSION 1 FEBRUARY 27-28, 2013 WASHINGTON, D.C. Objectives 1. Introduce workshop committee members and participants 2. Receive briefings on current government directed energy technology initiatives 3. Plan for Session 2 FEBRUARY 27, 2013 CLASSIFIED SESSION 0900 Welcome and Introductions Gen Ronald E. Keys (USAF, Ret.), Chair 0930 Air Force Champion’s Vision for Directed Energy Dr. Janet Fender, Chief Scientist, Air Combat Command (ACC) Dr. Dave Robie, Office of the Chief Scientist, ACC 1030 Break 1045 Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) Initiatives Dr. Robert Peterkin, Chief Scientist, Directed Energy Directorate, AFRL 1145 Continue Discussions with Lunch Available 1215 High-Energy Laser Joint Technology Office (HEL-JTO) Initiatives Mr. Don Seeley, Acting Director, HEL-JTO 51

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1315 Army Initiatives Mr. Charlie Freund, Acting Chief, Directed Energy Branch, U.S. Army Research and Development Command, Armaments Research, Development and Engineering Center END CLASSIFIED SESSION UNCLASSIFIED SESSION 1415 Army Initiatives Dr. Kip Kendrick, Chief, Directed Energy Division, U.S. Army Space and Missile Defense Command, Army Forces Strategic Command (VTC) 1515 Break END UNCLASSIFIED SESSION CLASSIFIED SESSION 1530 Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) Initiatives Dr. Rich Bagnell, Strategic Technology Office, DARPA 1630 Discussion of Day 1 Presentations All 1700 Adjourn END CLASSIFIED SESSION FEBRUARY 28, 2013 CLASSIFIED SESSION 0900 Welcome and Introductions Gen Ronald E. Keys (USAF, Ret.), Chair 0910 Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD) Initiatives Dr. Spiro Lekoudis, Research Directorate, Defense Research and Engineering, OSD 1010 Break 1030 Department of Energy Initiatives Dr. Vance Behr, Deputy Director for Military Systems and Technologies, Integrated Military Systems Center, Sandia National Laboratories 52

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1130 Continue Discussions with Lunch Available 1230 Missile Defense Agency (MDA) Initiatives Dr. Steve Post, Laser Technology Program Manager, MDA 1330 Lincoln Laboratory Initiatives Dr. Dan Ripin, Assistant Leader, Laser Technology and Applications Group, MIT Lincoln Laboratory 1430 Office of Studies and Analyses, Assessments and Lessons Learned, Headquarters U.S. Air Force (HAF/A9) Initiatives Mr. Jeffrey Saling, Chief, Mission Analyses Division, HAF/A9 1530 Joint Non-Lethal Weapons Directorate (JNLDW) Initiatives Ms. Susan Levine, Principal Deputy Director (Policy and Strategy), JNLDW 1630 Discussion of Day 2 Presentations/Plan for Session 2 (March 18-19) All 1700 Adjourn END CLASSIFIED SESSION SESSION 2 MARCH 18-19, 2013 WASHINGTON, D.C. Objectives 1. Introduce workshop committee members and participants 2. Receive briefings on current government and industry directed energy technology initiatives 3. Plan for Session 3 MARCH 18, 2013 CLASSIFIED SESSION 0900 Welcome and Introductions Gen Ronald E. Keys (USAF, Ret.), Chair Dr. Janet Fender, Chief Scientist, ACC 53

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0915 Takeaways from Meeting 1 Dr. Robert Katt, Rapporteur 1015 Break 1015 Barriers to Transitioning Technologies for Operational Employment Mr. Terry Jaggers, Air Force Studies Board Director, Former Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Air Force for Science, Technology, and Engineering 1115 Results of Directed Energy Task Force Maj Gen David Scott (USAF, Ret.), Workshop Committee Member 1215 Continue Discussions with Lunch Available 1300 Navy Initiatives Mr. Peter Morrison, Research Program Officer, Office of Naval Research 1400 Break 1415 U.S. Pacific Command (PACOM) Mr. Kenneth Bruner, S&T Advisor, PACOM 1515 Discussion of Day 1 Presentations All 1700 Adjourn END CLASSIFIED SESSION MARCH 19, 2013 CLASSIFIED SESSION 0900 Welcome and Recap of Day 1 Gen Ronald E. Keys (USAF, Ret.), Chair 0930 Boeing Initiatives Mr. Keith Coleman, CHAMP Program Manager, Phantom Works 1030 Break 1045 Raytheon Initiatives Dr. Peter Duselis, Manager, High Power Microwave Systems Department, Pulsed Power Division, Raytheon Ktech 54

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1145 General Atomics Initiatives Mr. Chris Pehrson, Strategic Development Director, Laser and Electro-Optics, General Atomics 1245 Continue Discussions with Lunch Available 1315 Navy Initiatives Mr. Tom Glover, Head, Emergent Weapon Systems, GS-15/NM5 and Lead, Directed Energy Weapons, NAVAIR 1415 Technological Assessment of Foreign Directed Energy Mr. Mike Bernard, Senior Intelligence Analyst, AFRL 1515 Break 1530 Discussion of Day 2 Presentations/Plan for Session 3 (April 24-25) All 1700 Adjourn END CLASSIFIED SESSION SESSION 3 APRIL 24-25, 2013 WASHINGTON, D.C. Objectives 1. Introduce workshop committee members and participants 2. Receive briefings on current government and industry directed energy technology initiatives 3. Review draft workshop summary 4. Disucss strategy for outbriefing trail APRIL 24, 2013 CLASSIFIED SESSION 0830 Welcome and Introductions Gen Ronald E. Keys (USAF, Ret.), Chair 55

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0835 Takeaways from Meeting 2 Dr. Robert Katt, Rapporteur 0930 Air-Sea Battle (ASB) Concept of Operations (CONOPS) Col Jordan Thomas, HAF/A5X Mr. William Dries, HAF/A5X (Air-Sea Battle Office) 1. Which service has the lead for protecting such fixed bases as Guam? 2. Has this been coordinated with the Army for their base protection? 3. Are directed energy weapons (DEW) being considered in the trade space for that protection? 4. What ASB operational needs could potentially be met by DEW? 5. Have any threats been identified by ASB that suggest potential BlueForce DEW applications? 1030 Break UNCLASSIFIED SESSION 1045 Results of Army DEW Analysis of Alternatives (AoA) (VTC) Dr. Kip Kendrick, Chief, Directed Energy Division, U.S. Army Space and MissileDefense Command, Army Forces Strategic Command 1. Describe the AoA that was done for the counter rocket, artillery, and mortar base defense mission and the outcome of the AoA. 2. Why was the final decision for the go-ahead not the one that came out on top for the AoA? 3. Summarize what the AoA found were the advantages of DEW overalternative kinetic solutions. 1145 Continue Discussions with Lunch Available END UNCLASSIFIED SESSION CLASSIFIED SESSION 1215 DARPA Initiatives Dr. Joe Mangano, Program Manager, Advanced Lithography Program, Microsystems Technology Office 1. Describe your laser program including its progress to date and its future plans as well as its relevance to the Air Force. 2. Provide examples of Air Force operational needs that could possibly bemet by low- and/or medium-power lasers. 56

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1315 Lockheed Martin Laser Efforts Mr. Tom Burris, Lead Systems Engineer, Directed Energy Program, Lockheed Martin 1. Describe fairly near-term (5 years or less) laser DEW concepts that address Air Force missions. Include effectiveness for Air Force missions and CONOPS thoughts. To this end, the workshop participants do not need details about the technology, per se. These missions could involve low-to-medium-power lasers (e.g., 10 or 10’s of kW power levels). NOTE: HEL-JTO, MDA, AFRL, MIT/LL, DARPA HELLADS, Army SMDC, Navy ONR, ACC and General Atomics have already provided briefings. The workshop participants would prefer that the briefing not be proprietary since a summary of the briefing will go into a National Academy document. The presentation can be up to the Secret level. 1415 Northrop Grumman Laser Efforts Mr. Kenton Ho, Director of Programs for Laser Products, Northrop Grumman Guidance same as for Lockheed Martin 1515 Break 1530 Boeing Airborne DEW Systems Mr. Michael Black, Business Development Manager, Boeing Guidance same as for Lockheed Martin 1630 General Discussion on Day 1 Presentations All 1700 Adjourn END CLASSIFIED SESSION APRIL 25, 2013 CLASSIFIED SESSION 0900 Welcome and Introductions/Recap of Day 1 Gen Ronald E. Keys (USAF, Ret.), Chair 0915 ACC CHAMP Briefing Dr. David Robie, Office of the Chief Scientist, ACC 57

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1015 Break 1030 Continue Discussions All 1200 Continue Discussions with Lunch Available 1300 Continue Discussions All 1700 Adjourn END CLASSIFIED SESSION 58