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The symposium series was developed, in part, to facilitate interaction between the scientist and the warfighter. Day One of the symposium, therefore, emphasizes interaction with personnel of the Mine Warfare Command (COMINEWARCOM) and the Mine Warfare Training Center (MWTC). Small groups of attendees, accompanied by COMINEWARCOM personnel, will participate in a series of activities and tour relevant ships and facilities in an effort to increase the attendees' awareness of the challenges involved in mine warfare.
PLANARY SESSION I: WELCOME AND OVERVIEW
Corpus Christi Bay Club
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Oceanography and Mine Warfare APPENDIX B Symposium Program MONDAY, FEBRUARY 8 Symposium registration and security check-in Bachelor Officers Quarters (BOQ) Conference Center 1600 – 2000: Security Check-in and Registration 1700 – 1900: Recorder and Facilitator Briefing: Explanation of note-taker's duties and overview of symposium wargame TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 9 The symposium series was developed, in part, to facilitate interaction between the scientist and the warfighter. Day One of the symposium, therefore, emphasizes interaction with personnel of the Mine Warfare Command (COMINEWARCOM) and the Mine Warfare Training Center (MWTC). Small groups of attendees, accompanied by COMINEWARCOM personnel, will participate in a series of activities and tour relevant ships and facilities in an effort to increase the attendees' awareness of the challenges involved in mine warfare. 0730 – 0800: BREAKFAST Corpus Christi Bay Club PLANARY SESSION I: WELCOME AND OVERVIEW Corpus Christi Bay Club 0800 – 0815: Welcome and Administrative Remarks: Dr. David Bradley (Chair, Symposium Steering Committee) RADM Dennis R. Conley (Commander, Mine Warfare Command) Dr. Dan Walker (Symposium Manager) 0815 – 0930: Introductory Briefings: 0815 – 0835 Mine Warfare Overview CDR John Brown (COMINEWARCOM)
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Oceanography and Mine Warfare 0835 – 0845 Office of the Oceanographer of the Navy (N096) CDR Frank Garcia (N096) 0845 – 0905 Mine Warfare and Oceanography LCDR Mark Null (COMINEWARCOM) 0905 – 0920 Research to Support Mine Warfare Dr. Doug Todoroff (ONR) 0920 – 0930 Wrap Up 0945: Buses load and depart for helicopter hangar (HM 15) for displays and demonstrations 1045: Buses load and depart for Ingleside Naval Station 1130: Buses arrive Ingleside 1130 – 1215: LUNCH Mine Warfare Training Center Enlisted Galley TOUR INGLESIDE MINE WARFARE FACILITY Group ALPHA 1230 – 1315: Tour Mine Warfare Training Center 1330 – 1415: Tour U.S.S. Inchon 1430 – 1515: Tour U.S.S. Warrier 1530 – 1615: Tour U.S.S. Falcon Group BRAVO 1230 – 1315: Tour U.S.S. Inchon 1330 – 1415: Tour Mine Warfare Training Center 1430 – 1515: Tour U.S.S. Falcon 1530 – 1615: Tour U.S.S. Warrior Group CHARLIE 1230 – 1315: Tour U.S.S. Warrior 1330 – 1415: Tour U.S.S. Falcon 1430 – 1515: Tour Mine Warfare Training Center 1530 – 1615: Tour U.S.S. Inchon Group DELTA 1230 – 1315: Tour U.S.S. Falcon 1330 – 1415: Tour U.S.S. Warrior 1430 – 1515: Tour U.S.S. Inchon 1530 – 1615: Tour Mine Warfare Training Center 1630: Depart for Corpus Christi Naval Air Station (NAS)
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Oceanography and Mine Warfare 1700: Meeting adjourns for the day 1800–2000: ICEBREAKER Corpus Christi Bay Club WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 10 Day Two introduces the attendees to the mission needs of typical mine warfare operations. Small groups will participate in a single-sided, seminar-style wargame to obtain an understanding of the tactical use of environmental information and identify desired capabilities in the overall area of environmental understanding and prediction in support of mine warfare. Potential research and technology development to provide these capabilities will be proposed and discussed on Day Three. 0730 – 0800: BREAKFAST Corpus Christi Bay Club PLENARY SESSION II: Wargame Introduction BOQ Conference Center 0800 – 0815: Overview of structure and goals of the Wargame (See detailed gamebook in back of this program) CDR Frank Garcia (N096) and CDR Thomas Hodgson (Naval War College) 0815 – 0845: Mine Warfare Threat Brief (CLASSIFIED SECRET) CDR Mike Shumaker (Office of Naval Intelligence) 0845 – 0900: Wargame Scenario Brief CDR Frank Garcia (N096) and CDR Thomas Hodgson (Naval War College) 0900 – 1200: Concurrent Group Discussions BOQ Conference Center 1200 – 1300: LUNCH Corpus Christi Bay Club 1300 – 1500: Concurrent Group Discussions (BOQ) Conference Center 1500 – 1600: EXTENDED BREAK PLENARY SESSION III: Lessons Learned 1600 – 1700: Wargame Briefbacks 1600 – 1615 Group ALPHA 1615 – 1630 Group BAKER 1630 – 1645 Group CHARLIE 1645 – 1700 Group DELTA 1700 – 1800: INFORMAL RECEPTION Corpus Christi Bay Club 1800 – 1900: DINNER Corpus Christi Bay Club
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Oceanography and Mine Warfare THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 11 The final day of the symposium will focus on lessons learned and the identification of ways for the ocean science community to support mine warfare. Attendees will be reorganized into topical working groups to provide an opportunity for colleagues to participate in a dialogue directed at problem solving. By identifying research priorities germane to providing COMINEWARCOM with the needed capabilities identified during Day Two, the attendees can help shape the future of oceanographic and meteorological support for the U.S. Navy and the Mine Warfare Command. 0730 – 0800: BREAKFAST Corpus Christi Bay Club PLENARY SESSION IV: Finding Solutions Corpus Christi Bay Club 0800 – 0830: Overview of day's activities. Charge to the Working Groups. CONCURRENT WORKING GROUPS BOQ Conference Center and Corpus Christi Bay Club 0845 – 1200: Working group Sessions 1200 – 1300: LUNCH Corpus Christi Bay Club PLENARY SESSION V: Working Group Briefbacks Corpus Christi Bay Club 1300 – 1700: Working group briefbacks/discussion 1700 – 1730: Closing Remarks 1730: Symposium Adjourns WORKING GROUP ASSIGNMENTS Group ALPHA Beach, Reg (facilitator) Swean, Tom Boss, Stephen Tamburri, Mario Carder, Ken Tettelbach, Fred Clark, Tony (steering committee) Vinson, Phil Foster, Diane Webb, Benny Frailey, Lisa (facilitator) Weilert, Cynthia (recorder) Hanes, Dan Weller, Bob Lingsch, Steve Wheless, Glenn Maye, Pete Widmayer, Ray Schnoor, Tim
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Oceanography and Mine Warfare Group BRAVO Bane, John Holman, Rob (steering committee) Bradley, Dave (steering committee) Kattawar, George Chotiros, Nick Keene, Dave Fry, Lee (recorder) Kinder, Tom Fuller, Andy (facilitator) Olds, Bob Garcia, Frank Pettus, Eric Glover, Linda Rivenbark, Brian Griner, Joel Trowbridge, John Hodgson, Tom Williams, Kevin Group CHARLIE Anderson, Steve Jaffe, Jules Arnone, Bob Lehr, Steve Bellingham, Jim Maffione, Bob Boatman, Jerry Martin, Dave (facilitator) Cleveland, Joan Null, Mark Cowles, Tim Richardson, Mike Dugan, John Scanlon, Randy Gardner, Jim Weidemann, Alan Houtman, Bob Wilson, Jim Jacobson, Randy Yoder, Tim (recorder) Group DELTA Baggeorer, Art Paluszkiewicz, Terry Blain, Cheryl Ann (recorder) Perry, Mary Jane (steering committee) Brink, Ken Pfeil, Fred Briscoe, Mel Shanebrook, Kathy Drake, Tom Spinrad, Rick Gunderson, Chris (facilitator) Stanic, Steve Haeger, Steve Tubridy, Lisa Healy, Anthony Von Alt, Chris Lascara, Cathy Walker, Dan Lingsch, Bill
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