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Suggested Citation:"FrontMatter." National Research Council. 2013. U.S. Naval Forces' Capabilities for Responding to Small Vessel Threats: Abbreviated Version of a Classified Report. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/13187.
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U.S. Naval Forces’ Capabilities for
Responding to Small Vessel Threats:

Abbreviated Version of a Classified Report

Committee on U.S. Naval Forces’ Capabilities for Responding to Small Vessel Threats
Naval Studies Board
Division on Engineering and Physical Sciences

NATIONAL RESEARCH COUNCIL
                          OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMIES

Suggested Citation:"FrontMatter." National Research Council. 2013. U.S. Naval Forces' Capabilities for Responding to Small Vessel Threats: Abbreviated Version of a Classified Report. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/13187.
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COMMITTEE ON U.S. FORCES’ CAPABILITIES FOR RESPONDING TO SMALL VESSEL THREATS

JAMES D. HULL, Annapolis, Maryland, Co-Chair

THOMAS V. McNAMARA, Raytheon Integrated Defense Systems, Co-Chair

PAUL M. BEVILAQUA, Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Company (retired)

JAMES N. EAGLE, Naval Postgraduate School

DELORES M. ETTER, Southern Methodist University

CONRAD J. GRANT, Johns Hopkins University, Applied Physics Laboratory

LAWRENCE HALL, Systems Planning and Analysis, Inc.

LEE M. HAMMARSTROM, Pennsylvania State University, Applied Research Laboratory

JEFFREY E. KLINE, Naval Postgraduate School

ANNETTE J. KRYGIEL, Falls Church, Virginia

C. KUMAR PATEL, Pranalytica, Inc.

MICHAEL C. PERKINSON, Guggenheim Partners

GENE H. PORTER, Institute for Defense Analyses

JOHN S. QUILTY, Oakton, Virginia

J. PAUL REASON, Washington, District of Columbia

JOHN E. RHODES, Balboa, California

ANNETTE L. SOBEL, University of Missouri

RICHARD L. WADE, Exponent, Inc.

JAMES WARD, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Lincoln Laboratory

ELIHU ZIMET, Gaithersburg, Maryland

Staff

CHARLES F. DRAPER, Director, Naval Studies Board

BILLY M. WILLIAMS, Study Director (through June 30, 2012)

RAYMOND S. WIDMAYER, Senior Program Officer

SUSAN G. CAMPBELL, Administrative Coordinator

MARY G. GORDON, Information Officer

Suggested Citation:"FrontMatter." National Research Council. 2013. U.S. Naval Forces' Capabilities for Responding to Small Vessel Threats: Abbreviated Version of a Classified Report. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/13187.
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NAVAL STUDIES BOARD

MIRIAM E. JOHN, Livermore, California, Chair

DAVID A. WHELAN, The Boeing Company, Vice Chair

TIMOTHY P. COFFEY, National Defense University

CHARLES R. CUSHING, C.R. Cushing & Co., Inc.

JAMES N. EAGLE, Naval Postgraduate School

ANUP GHOSH, George Mason University

JAMES R. GOSLER, Albuquerque, New Mexico

SUSAN HACKWOOD, California Council on Science and Technology

CHARLES E. HARPER, Semtech Corporation

JAMES L. HERDT, Chelsea, Alabama

JAMES D. HULL, Annapolis, Maryland

TAMARA E. JERNIGAN, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

BERNADETTE JOHNSON, Lincoln Laboratory, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

LEON A. JOHNSON, Irving, Texas

TERRY P. LEWIS, Raytheon Company

RONALD R. LUMAN, Johns Hopkins University, Applied Physics Laboratory

RICHARD S. MULLER, University of California, Berkeley

JOSEPH PEDLOSKY, Woods Hole, Massachusetts

HEIDI C. PERRY, Charles Stark Draper Laboratory, Inc.

J. PAUL REASON, Washington, District of Columbia

JOHN E. RHODES, Balboa, California

FRED B. SCHNEIDER, Cornell University

PAUL A. SCHNEIDER, The Chertoff Group

ANDREW M. SESSLER, E.O. Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

ALLAN STEINHARDT, Booz Allen Hamilton, Inc.

TIMOTHY M. SWAGER, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Navy Liaison Representatives

RADM HERMAN A. SHELANSKI, USN, Director, Assessment Division, Office of the Deputy Chief of Naval Operations for Integration of Capabilities and Resources, N81

RADM MATTHEW L. KLUNDER, Chief of Naval Research/Director, Innovation, Technology Requirements, and Test & Evaluation (CNR/N84)

Marine Corps Liaison Representative

LTGEN KENNETH J. GLUECK, JR., USMC, Commanding General, Marine Corps Combat Development Command

Suggested Citation:"FrontMatter." National Research Council. 2013. U.S. Naval Forces' Capabilities for Responding to Small Vessel Threats: Abbreviated Version of a Classified Report. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/13187.
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Staff

CHARLES F. DRAPER, Director

RAYMOND S. WIDMAYER, Senior Program Officer

MARTA V. HERNANDEZ, Associate Program Officer

SUSAN G. CAMPBELL, Administrative Coordinator

MARY G. GORDON, Information Officer

Suggested Citation:"FrontMatter." National Research Council. 2013. U.S. Naval Forces' Capabilities for Responding to Small Vessel Threats: Abbreviated Version of a Classified Report. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/13187.
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At the request of the former Chief of Naval Operations, the National Research Council appointed an expert committee to examine U.S. Naval Forces' capabilities for responding to the potential exploitation of small vessels by adversaries. The Department of the Navy determined that the report prepared by the committee is classified in its entirety under Executive Order 13526 and therefore cannot be made available to the public. This abbreviated report provides background information on the full report and the committee that prepared it.

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