Presentation on theme: "NAVAL SPECIAL WARFARE COMMAND NAVAL SPECIAL WARFARE COMMAND Maritime Collaboration Summit CAPT Stewart G. Elliott, USN Commanding Officer Naval Special."— Presentation transcript:
NAVAL SPECIAL WARFARE COMMAND NAVAL SPECIAL WARFARE COMMAND Maritime Collaboration Summit CAPT Stewart G. Elliott, USN Commanding Officer Naval Special Warfare Center November 17, 2009 NSW in San Diego
Naval Special Warfare Direction Naval Special Warfare needs to be prepared to counter irregular threats by developing a 3D warrior (Defense, Diplomacy, Development) who better understands “threats emerging from complex convergence of crime, migration, and extremism, globally, and less from traditional nation-state adversaries.” NSW focus: –Grow the Force to adapt to today’s missions –Recapitalize and advance maritime mobility & technology –Support our families Important Enablers: –Continue to build strong local, community relationships –Enhance local infrastructure –Improve cultural capabilities –Increase transparent technology sharing with civilian firms –Build our C4I capabilities to fit today’s mission –Improve Information Technology reach-back architecture
NSW Growth 2009 Admiral Olson – CDR USSOCOM Vice Admiral Maguire – Dep. Dir. NCTC Vice Admiral McRaven – CDR JSOC Vice Admiral Kernan – SMA to SECDEF Vice Admiral Harward – DCDR JFC Rear Admiral Pybus – CDR SOCPAC Rear Admiral Winters – CDR NSWC Rear Admiral Bonelli – DCDR NSWC Rear Admiral Losey – JTF HOA Rear Admiral Rosholt – DCDR SOCENT Rear Admiral Brown – DCDR SOCEUR Additional SEAL Leadership: National Security Council White House Fellow SOCOM Congressional Liaison 1989 Rear Admiral Worthington – CNSWC Rear Admiral Lemoyne – SOCOM J8
Camp Pendleton San Clemente Island NAS North Island NAB Coronado Silver Strand Training Complex La Posta Camp Morena San Diego Footprint > 1,000 new PCS military personnel w/ families (FY12 - FY17) NSW local infrastructure Projected to be at < 50% Basic Facility Requirement Several major San Diego County MILCON projects (approx. $250M) (FY12 - FY17)
Technology Way Ahead CCM Concept CCH Concept SWCS Combatant Craft Medium –11m RIB Replacement –Clandestine Infil / Exfil –Initial build - 2013 Combatant Craft Heavy –MkV Replacement –Early conceptual stage –Initial build - TBD Shallow Water Combat Submersible –SDV Mk8 Replacement –DDS & vertical launched –Initial Build - 2014 Unmanned Air Systems –Organic small and medium –Advanced Payload Development –Network capability –Common Ground Station Joint Multi-Mission Submersible –Range >100 NM –Personnel >5 –Depth >200 ft –Advanced sensor package Combatant Craft Light –CRRC Replacement –Multi fuel engines –Advance material design –Lighter weight CCL Development UAS JMMS
Concluding Remarks Local training areas –Increases combat readiness –Reduces time away from home (PERSTEMPO) –Concerned for the environment and local residents Human Capital Strategy –Improved screening processes –Assistance tapping into San Diego’s cultural diversity –Physical improvement and rehabilitation –Continuing education –Retention Family Support –Employee day-care programs –Family focus programs –Naval Special Warfare Foundation
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