Presentation on theme: "2nd Combined Maritime Security Conference"— Presentation transcript:
1 2nd Combined Maritime Security Conference Maritime Security Strategy…The Chilean Navy PerspectivePresented to the2nd Combined Maritime Security ConferenceHalifax, 6 June 2012
2 AGENDA 1. Introduction – Chilean Scenario 2. Our End – Deter and confront maritime security threats3. Our Means – Assets4. Our Ways – Strategy and Capabilities5. Final remarks
3 Our Scenario Land Area 756,950 Km2 SAR Area of Responsibility 1. International Convention for the Safety of Life at SeaSOLAS (1929)SAR Area of Responsibility26,476,004.5 Km2International Convention on Maritime Search and Rescue(1953)Exclusive Economic Zone3,409, Km2Land Area756,950 Km2Tsunami Warning System(1966)IMO Circular establishing SAR Regions(2005)Supreme Decree (1976)Coordinator for the World-Wide Navigational Warning Service - Area XV(1992)Southeast Pacific Region Coordinator Naval Control of Shipping(1989)
5 Our Scenario MARITIME TRADE Europe 9,9 % North America 20,6 % Asia and Australia43,5 %Africa1,8 %3rd major user of thePanama CanalMARITIME TRADE90,1% TONNAGE84,7% FOB VALUE54,6% GDPCentral andSouthAmerica24,2 %
6 Our VisionTO BE A RESPECTED AND VALUED NAVY, THAT CONTRIBUTES TO FOREIGN POLICY, WITH NATO-STANDARD INTEROPERABILITY, AND PROVIDER OF A HIGHLY REGARDED NATIONAL MARITIME SERVICE.
7 Our MissionSupport our national maritime posture to ensure a significant role in a globalized world and provide an according Naval power to:Defend our territory with the Army and Air Force.Monitor and control our area of responsibility.Protect national interests overseas.Contribute to international peacekeeping.
8 AGENDA 1. Introduction – Chilean Scenario 2. Our End – Deter and confront maritime security threats3. Our Means – Assets4. Our Ways – Strategy and Capabilities5. Final remarks
9 Globalization Process ForeignTradeRegional UnderstandingXXI CENTURYLack of OilEnergy demandsWater suppliesClimate changeHungerPiracy - WMDIllegal Immigration - Organized CrimeIllegal Fishing - People TraffickingWeapons smuggling - Money LaundryDrugs trafficking - PandemicsPollution - CybercrimeNatural Disasters - PolarizationPresent and Future Threats
10 Globalization Process ForeignTradeRegional UnderstandingXXI CENTURYChallenges and OpportunitiesSurveillanceDetectionDeterrencePersuasionConfrontControlInteroperabilityCooperationInternational Presence
11 AGENDA 1. Introduction – Chilean Scenario 2. Our End – Deter or confront maritime security threats3. Our Means – Assets4. Our Ways – Strategy and Capabilities5. Final remarks
12 Chilean Navy Organization GENERAL SECRETARYCMDR IN CHIEFCHIEF OF STAFFDIRECTOR FOR INTELLIGENCEGENERAL JUGDE ADVOCATEGENERAL COMPTROLLERGEN. DIRECTOR PERSONNELGEN. DIRECTOR MARIT. TERR.GEN. DIRECTOR FINANCESGEN. DIRECTOR SERVICESDIR. EDUCATIONDIR. HEALTH CAREDIR. WELFARERELIGIOUS SERV.DIR. ENGINEERING SYSTEMSDIR. SUPPLIESDIR. PROJECTS, R&DDIR. SHIP REPAIRSBUILDING & CONS. SERVICEUK NAVAL MISSIONMAINTENANCE SERVICEDIRECTOR OF ACCOUNTINGDIRECTOR OF BUDGETDIRECTOR FOR MARITIME INTERESTS AND ENVIRONMENTDIRECTOR FOR OPERATIONS AND MARITIME SAFETYHYDROGRAPHIC AND OCEANOGRAPHIC SERVICE (SHOA)USA NAVAL MISSIONCOMMS. AND I.T.
15 Afloat Maritime Units Available Means (2) Offshore Patrol Vessels (E.E.Z.)(7) Patrol Ships(Contiguous Zone)(27) Patrol and Rescue(Territorial Sea)(50) Fast Patrol Crafts(Territorial Sea and Interior Waters)TOTAL: 86 Units15
16 Available Means Aircrafts (8) M.P.A. 2 P3ACH + 3 P-295 + 3 P-111 General PurposeCS-212TOTAL40AIRCRAFT(5) Coastal PatrolO2-A(7) USW, ASuW and SARSH-32(19) SAR(2 UH HH-65 +4 UH UH-57)
17 Naval Units Available Means Surface Fleet (8) Frigates Submarine Force (4) Submarines(7) Fast attack missile boatsAmphibious units(1) LSDH (2) LST y (1) AP(5) AuxiliariesTOTAL: Ships
18 Territorial Sea and Internal Waters EEZ andContiguous ZoneTerritorial Sea and Internal WatersHigh SeasARICAIQUIQUEANTOFAGASTACALDERACOQUIMBOVALPARAISOSAN ANTONIOCASTROTALCAHUANOPUERTO MONTTPUERTO WILLIAMSVALDIVIAPUNTA ARENASPUERTO AYSENANTÁRTICAHANGA ROAIntegration and use of the available assets of the Chilean Navy131°00’W
19 AGENDA 1. Introduction – Chilean Scenario 2. Our End – Deter or confront maritime security threats3. Our Means – Assets4. Our Ways – Strategy and Capabilities5. Final remarks
20 Development Support Role Diplomacy Support Role Three Vector StrategyDEFENSE VECTORMilitary RoleMARITIME VECTORDevelopment Support RoleNavyMissionThe Chilean Navy faces different environments that are represented by three vectors.(Click)Being the first, the defense vector, where we work with the Army and Air Force.INTERNATIONAL VECTORDiplomacy Support Role
21 DEFENSE VECTOR TASKSControl of the seaProjection of military power from the seaCoastal DefenseStrategic maritime transportationPrevention and Control of asymmetric threats
22 Developing Support Role Diplomacy Support Role Three Vector StrategyDEFENSE VECTORMilitary RoleMARITIME VECTORDeveloping Support RoleNavyMissionIn the maritime vector, we work with other State Agencies focused (FOCUT) on the safeguard of life at sea and the surveillance and control of our jurisdictional maritime spaces. (Click)INTERNATIONAL VECTORDiplomacy Support Role
23 MARITIME VECTOR AIMSMaritime Search and RescueNavigation Safety, including Safety of Life at SeaProtection of Maritime EnvironmentMaritime surveillance and controlSupport to the insular and isolated areasHumanitarian assistance and catastrophe mitigationMaritime investigation and researchSupport to other State organizationsAntarctic support and presence
24 Developing Support Role Diplomacy Support Role Three Vector StrategyDEFENSE VECTORMilitary RoleMARITIME VECTORDeveloping Support RoleNavyMissionAnd lastly, the international vector, where we act in support of the State’s foreign policy and work with other countries armed forces, mainly with friend navies.INTERNATIONAL VECTORDiplomacy Support Role
25 INTERNATIONAL VECTOR AIMS Preventive deploymentMaritime interdictionNaval presenceContribution to mutual trustSupport of international operationsHumanitarian assistance and catastrophe mitigationState representation
26 TO SUPPORT OUR STRATEGY BUILT UP CAPABILITIESTO SUPPORT OUR STRATEGYAND COMMITMENTGRAFIMAR : Maritime Command and Control SystemCRUZ DEL SUR : Combined and ready Task Force at U.N. service, with ArgentinaP. AN. C. : Combined Antartic Patrol, with ArgentinaNORTHERN DESERT PLAN : Interagency antidrugs initiativeINTERNATIONAL EXERCISES: Panamax, Rimpac, Team Work South, Marcot, ….MINUSTAH: Stabilization force in Haiti
27 SURVEILLANCE, CONTROL, ALERT AND RESPONSE - SCAR Territorial WatersAIS/ Máximun range Coastal RadarLUTCOSPAS / SARSATINMARSATIRIDIUMLRITVTSCenterMarítimePatrollingCoastalRadarRadiogoniómeterAereal marítimeVigilanceTx CNTDSSearch And RescueSatellite-Aided TrackingVMS / POSATSATELLITAL AISThe Surveillance, Control, Alert and Response concept, is defined as a comprehensive system of systems allowing the effective awareness of all the activities at sea, rivers and inland waterway areas of responsibility, and which may affect the national safety and security, and thus the national interest, in order to provide effective responses.This is our Maritime Situational Awareness vision,…this is our Maritime Domain Awareness approach.
29 SURFACE PICTURE DATA INPUT IN GRAFIMAR WINPLOTER DEPARTURESANDANCHORINGIntegral System forShip AssistanceSIGHTINGS(SIAN, in Spanish)CHILREP(QTH)WINPLOTERAMVERAutomated Mutual- Assistance Vessel Rescue SystemCOLCO COOPERATION AGREEMENTSREGIONALTRAFFICCONTROLLUTVMSPOSATAISVTSINTERNET29
30 Long Range Identification & Tracking LRIT SystemLong Range Identification & TrackingIDE(IDE)International LRIT Data ExchangeAccess to data:Flag StatePort State ControlCoastal StateSAR Service1.000 NMDCInformation:Ship positionTime of broadcastShip IDDC(DC) Data Centers
31 “CRUZ DEL SUR” COMBINED TASK FORCE Fast Deployable Medical Unit FUERZA DE PAZ COMBINADA "CRUZ DEL SUR"“CRUZ DEL SUR” COMBINED TASK FORCECOMMANDER C.T.F.LandComponentNavalComponentAir ComponentLevel II HospitalEngineeringCompanyMODULAR ANDPOLIVALENTFast Deployable Medical Unit
37 Overcoming the Emergency HOW WE ARE DEALING WITH THE EMERGENCYStage I:To overcome the emergencyStage II:To recover minimum operational capabilitiesStage III:To reorganize and recover full permanent capabilities27 FEB20101 SEPT201027 FEB201227 FEB201537
38 Final Remarks To better integrate our country to the globalized world To identify regional and global cooperation opportunitiesTo increase participation in multinational initiativesMaritime Security Threats and ChallengesTo tighten bonds with other navies in the Pacific RimTO BE AHEAD AND AWARE OF THE MANY SECURITY THREATS THAT MAY ARISEInteroperabilityCooperationPresence
39 THE CHILEAN NAVYWe strive to be held as a respected and cherished Institution for every Chilean national, and a respected and reliable partner for the Navies of our overseas friends.
40 Maritime Security Strategy… The Chilean Navy Perspective END OF PRESENTATION
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