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Technology-Based Pilot Programs: Improving Future U.S. Military Reserve Forces Appendices
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Technology-Based Pilot Programs: Improving Future U.S. Military Reserve Forces Appendix A Committee Meetings FIRST MEETING January 20-21, 1998 Washington, D.C. Meeting objectives: conduct administrative business, including introductions, discussions of composition and balance for new members, introduction to the National Research Council, committee and report procedures, and administrative support; receive briefings; conduct panel discussion on ''future utilization of Reserve Forces"; discuss statement of task with sponsor; discuss project plan and report realization; establish meeting objectives, location, and date for the next committee meeting. Panel Discussion Future Utilization of Reserve Forces COL Mark Chmar National Guard Bureau COL Jeffrey Barnett Office of Assistant Secretary of Defense (Strategy and Threat Reduction) Edward Mahen National Defense Panel Bill Vogt TASC, Inc. Presenters History and Organization of Reserve Components Dan Kohner Office of Assistant Secretary of Defense (Reserve Affairs) Sponsor Expectations Joel Resnick and COL Pat McAleer Office of Assistant Secretary of Defense (Reserve Affairs) SECOND MEETING February 23-24, 1998 Washington, D.C. Meeting objectives: discuss the technological environment in 2010, service and reserve component requirements for 2010, and military associations' perspectives; receive briefings; discuss and approve report concept draft; assign writing responsibilities; determine meeting objectives, location, and date for the next committee meeting. Presenters Overview of the Reserve Forces Terrence O'Connell III Office of Secretary of Defense
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Technology-Based Pilot Programs: Improving Future U.S. Military Reserve Forces Overview of the U.S. Army COL Richard Payne U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command, Future Battle Directorate Overview of the U.S. Navy RADM John Byrd Office of Chief of Naval Operations Strategy and Policy Division Overview of the U.S. Coast Guard Paul Redmond U.S. Coast Guard Headquarters Overview of the U.S. Army Reserve BG James Helmly Office of the Chief Army Reserve Reserve Component Perspectives Overview of the U.S. Naval Reserve RADM John B. Totushek Office of Chief Naval Reserve Overview of the Air Force Reserve Lt Col Bob Shaw Office of Chief Air Force Reserve Operations and Plans Overview of the Office of the Joint Chiefs of Staff COL Paul Herbert Strategic Plans and Policy - J5 Overview of the U.S. Marine Corps COL Michael Fallon Marine Corps Combat Development Command, Science and Innovation Overview of the U.S. Air Force LTC Allison Hickey Chief of Staff, Air Force Long Range Planning Office Overview of the Army National Guard BG Michael Squier National Guard Bureau, Army National Guard Directorate Overview of the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve MAJ Donald Bauza Deputy Chief of Staff for Manpower and Reserve Affairs Overview of the Air National Guard COL Richard Joyce Communications and Information Work of IDA on Guard and Reserve Issues Mr. John Brinkerhoff Institute for Defense Analyses Work of the RAND Corporation on Guard and Reserve Issues Thomas McNaugher RAND Corporation Panel Discussion Military Reserve Associations MajGen Edward Philbin, ANGUS, retired National Guard Association of the United States MG Roger Sandler, AUS retired Reserve Officers Association RADM Thomas Hall, USN, retired Naval Reserve Association THIRD MEETING April 13-14, 1998 Washington, D.C. Meeting objectives: complete composition and balance discussion for members; discuss chapters 1 and 2; consider analysis of technologies; consider potential tests and experiments; receive briefings on types of technologies appropriate for the report and provide an example of optimal integration; determine meeting objectives, location, and date for the next committee meeting. Presenters Israeli Reserves-How They Stay Ready MG Zeev Livne Embassy of Israel, Military Attaché Future Technologies George Singley Hicks Associates, Inc. Technologies in the Intelligence Arena Luke Rentschler Defense Intelligence Agency Potential Tests and Experiments-Data Connectivity Pamela Combs INTERSOLV
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Technology-Based Pilot Programs: Improving Future U.S. Military Reserve Forces Potential Tests and Experiments-Advanced Distributed Learning Michael Kendall and Donald Johnson Office of Assistant Secretary of Defense (Personnel & Readiness) Barriers to AC/RC Integration MajGen Sam Carpenter Office of Secretary of Defense RC Soldiers Perspective on Technology Ruth Phelps Army Research Institute Technologies in Army After Next John Gully Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, Tactical Technology Potential Tests and Experiments-Information Networking Stewart Personick Bell Communications Research, Information Networking Research FOURTH MEETING June 22-23, 1998 Woods Hole, Massachusetts Meeting objectives: complete composition and balance discussion for one member; receive briefing; review preliminary draft of report; finalize first initial draft with focus on chapters 3-6; consider future data-gathering requirements; confirm meeting objectives, location, and date for next meeting. Presenter Potential Pilot Programs Gen Paul F. Gorman, U.S. Army (retired) Independent Consultant FIFTH MEETING September 16-17, 1998 Washington, D.C. Meeting objectives: receive briefings; discuss future technologies in depth; review, refine, and score pilot programs, tests, and experiments; review and revise chapters 3-6; draft the conclusions and recommendations; consider off-site visits; confirm meeting objectives, location, and date for the next committee meeting. Presenter Sponsor Expectations Jennifer Buck Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Reserve Affairs Panel Discussion Technologies of the Future Summer Studies Donald Latham Defense Science Board Accelerated Consequence Management COL John Silva Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency Office Virtual Reality Annette Sobell Sandia National Laboratories Bioengineering Stephen W. Drew MERCK Pharmaceutical SIXTH MEETING November 3-4, 1998 Washington, D.C. Meeting objectives: discuss and approve report structure and general content; review, refine, and rescore pilot programs, tests, and experiments; refine the conclusions and recommendations; confirm meeting objectives, location, and date for the next committee meeting. SEVENTH MEETING January 28-29, 1999 Washington, D.C. Meeting objectives: review and discuss concurrence draft procedures; review and discuss work plan; review, discuss, and approve preliminary concurrence draft of report.
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