Appendix A

Symposium Program

SYMPOSIUM ON TACTICAL METEOROLOGY AND OCEANOGRAPHY: SUPPORT FOR STRIKE WARFARE AND SHIP SELF DEFENSE

Ocean Studies Board

National Research Council

Naval Strike Warfare Center (NSWC)

Naval Air Station (NAS)

Fallon, Nevada

September 11-14, 1995

Monday, September 11

1730-1930

Welcome Reception, Silver State Club, Naval Air Station

Remarks:

 

RADM George W. Davis VI (Oceanographer of the Navy)

Dr. Arthur Bisson (Director, Science and Technology, Office of Naval Research)

Dr. Arthur Nowell (National Research Council/Ocean Studies Board; Director, School of Oceanography, University of Washington)

1945

Bus departs Silver State Club for Fallon motels

Tuesday, September 12

0730-0815

Plenary Session I Strike Warfare (STW)



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Proceedings of the Symposium on Tactical Meteorology and Oceanography: Support for Strike Warfare and Ship Self-Defense Appendix A Symposium Program SYMPOSIUM ON TACTICAL METEOROLOGY AND OCEANOGRAPHY: SUPPORT FOR STRIKE WARFARE AND SHIP SELF DEFENSE Ocean Studies Board National Research Council Naval Strike Warfare Center (NSWC) Naval Air Station (NAS) Fallon, Nevada September 11-14, 1995 Monday, September 11 1730-1930 Welcome Reception, Silver State Club, Naval Air Station Remarks:   RADM George W. Davis VI (Oceanographer of the Navy) Dr. Arthur Bisson (Director, Science and Technology, Office of Naval Research) Dr. Arthur Nowell (National Research Council/Ocean Studies Board; Director, School of Oceanography, University of Washington) 1945 Bus departs Silver State Club for Fallon motels Tuesday, September 12 0730-0815 Plenary Session I Strike Warfare (STW)

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Proceedings of the Symposium on Tactical Meteorology and Oceanography: Support for Strike Warfare and Ship Self-Defense   Moderators: Dr. Scott Sandgathe (Office of Naval Research) CAPT Craig Peterson (COMNAVMETOCCOM) 0815-0845 Opening Remarks CAPT Tim Keating (Commanding Officer, NSWC) 0845-0915 Mission and Functions of NSWC CAPT Tim Keating (Commanding Officer, NSWC) 0915-0945 Operators' View of the Strike Warfare Mission LCDR Steve Bos (NSWC) 0945-1000 Break 1000-1030 METOC Requirements for Strike Warfare LCDR Zendka Willis (Naval Air Systems Command) 1030-1100 METOC Support for Strike Warfare CDR Dave Titley (Naval Oceanographic Office) 1100-1145 Sensor and Weapon Systems Mr. Wayne Tanaka (Naval Air Warfare Center, China Lake, California) 1330-1530 Simulations and Demonstrations METOC Detachment Strike Aircraft Static Displays Tactical Air Combat Systems Carrier Intelligence Center 1530-1730 STW/METOC Working Groups (Concurrent)   Models Atmospheric Effects Sensors and Systems Working groups will discuss the practical and scientific (R&D) aspects of the process of detecting, identifying, targeting, and attacking targets. Each working group will also discuss how each segment of the process requires tailored applications, special sensors, and specific equipment to meet the operational challenge expeditiously. A formatted set of questions will be provided to working group chairs.

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Proceedings of the Symposium on Tactical Meteorology and Oceanography: Support for Strike Warfare and Ship Self-Defense Wednesday, September 13 0730-0815 Plenary Session II Ship Self-Defense (SSD) Moderators:   Dr. Andrew Goroch (NRL) CAPT Bob Clark (NAVPACMETOCFAC, San Diego, California) 0830-0900 Operators' View of the Ship Self-Defense Mission LCDR Robert Dees (AEGIS Program Office, Naval Sea Systems Command) 0900-0930 METOC Requirements for Ship Self-defense Dr. Mark Grussendorf (Chief of Naval Operations [N86T]) 0930-1000 SHAREM 110 Exercise Results CDR Dave Markham (Naval Space and Warfare Systems Command [PMW-175]) 1015-1100 METOC Support to Ship Self-defense Dr. Chuck Wash (NPGS) 1100-1145 Sensors and Systems Mr. Roger Horman (Naval Surface Weapons Center, Dahlgren Laboratory) 1330-1415 Sensor/Weapon Performance Prediction and Tactical Decision Aids Dr. Jurgen Richter (Naval Command, Control, and Ocean Surveillance Center) 1415-1500 Coastal Meteorology The State of the Science Dr. David Rogers (Scripps Institution of Oceanography) 1500-1730 SSD/METOC Working Groups (Concurrent)   Models Atmospheric Effects Sensor and Weapon Systems

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Proceedings of the Symposium on Tactical Meteorology and Oceanography: Support for Strike Warfare and Ship Self-Defense Thursday, September 14 0730-0800 Plenary Session III Analysis of METOC Trends and Direction Moderators:   Dr. Ed Whitman (NO96) CAPT David Kelly (ONR) 0800-0930 STW/SSD Presentations Working Group Chairs   Models Atmospheric Effects Sensor and Weapon Systems 0945-1100 Review of Presentations and Integration of Common Themes Dr. Ed Whitman NO96 Technical Director and Panel of Senior Representatives 1100-1130 Closing Remarks Dr. Arthur Nowell Dr. James DeCorpo Dr. Ed Whitman