Presentation on theme: "APPROPRIATE CLASSIFICATION MARKINGS"— Presentation transcript:
1 APPROPRIATE CLASSIFICATION MARKINGS 4/15/2017Operationally Responsive SpaceBriefing toCommercial Space Transportation Advisory Committee21 May 2009Dr. Peter WegnerDirector, ORS OfficeAPPROPRIATE CLASSIFICATION MARKINGS
2 Operationally Responsive Space: Four Reasons, One ORS, One Mission Space Protection, robust space capabilitiesGWOT: capacity and revisit vs. exquisiteBudget pressures, new business modelTechnology advancing military utility of small satsFour Reasons$Operationally Responsive SpaceOneORSOne MissionASSURED SPACE POWER FOCUSED ON TIMELY SATISFACTION OF JFCs’ NEEDS
3 ORS Mission Essential Tasks Respond to JFC Needs from USSTRATCOMSimultaneous submission to JUONS process required to obtain fundingDevelop End-to-End enablers for USSTRATCOM’s 2015 CONOPSCDL MISTWALLOPS / Minotaur IVMOCMMSOCMinotaur Family of LV’sRapid Assembly and TestPlug ‘n PlayTactical TPEDKodiak Launch ComplexFalcon IRAPTORResponsiveBusses/Payloads ManufacturingResponsive LaunchResponsive RangeResponsive C2 / TPEDVandenberg AFBCapeSuper StrypiKwajalein3
4 CDR USSTRACOM Desired 2015 End-State ORS NeedsORS ApproachesWarfighting EffectsGaps / Needs Identified and Prioritized by USSTRATCOMTier 1“Employ it”On-demand with existing assetsMinutes to hoursTier 2“Launch/deploy it”On-call with ready-to-field assetsDays to weeksTier 3“Develop it”Rapid transition from development to delivery of new or modified capabilitiesMonths (not years)Reconstitute lost capabilitiesAugment/Surge existing capabilitiesFill Unanticipated Gaps in capabilitiesExploit new technical/ operational innovationsRespond to unforeseen or episodic eventsEnhance survivability and deterrence
6 Analogy for ORS Tier-2 Operating Concept Recon Wing Capability for SpaceResponsive PlatformsSatellite busesPlug-n-play satellite payloadsLaunch VehiclesRapid Build-Up/Turn TimesJFC Call-UpOperation, not acquisitionAir Tasking Order ResponsivenessSustained high ops tempoOn-DemandLaunchersResponsive PayloadsResponsive BusesPayload FlexibilityTelescopes, comm pkgs, Mini-SARRF ID, PAN/MSI/HSI backplaneBus Flexibility/CompatibilityPlug n Play, standard interfacesModularityResponsive InfrastructureScalable, Responsive LiftResponsive Range & NetworkResponsive Sat OpsResponsive, Tailorable C2 & TPEDORS OfficeArchitect & DemonstrateServicesProcure, Field, Operate, Sustain6
7 Data Processing and Distribution UNCLASSIFIED//FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLYTranslating the U-2 model to ORSEssential FY15 Endstate ElementsData Processing and DistributionAirbasesAircraft Platform and Sensor BayMission KitsMission KitsATCMission PlanningWing Maintenance77
8 “Joint Task Force – ORS” TT&CAFSCNMissionDataLibrariesCDLJTF-ORS: A task-organized space expeditionary force delivering assured space power focused on timely satisfaction of Joint Force Commanders’ needsResponsive RangesModular RF PayloadsSAR, Comm, Tac E/WModular EO PayloadsPAN, HSI, IR, Missile Warning, SSAMulti-Mission SOCPre-FabricatedBus Structures/PnP BackplanesRapid Response Space Facility(Mission Planning, SE, AI&T, Logistics)Mission Design Tool8
9 TacSat 1-5: Tech Maturation and Operational Experimentation TacSat-1/1AMaritime Domain Awareness: automatic identification system (AIS)Low res imageryEncrypted linksSIPRNET NetworkingCross-Platform ExperimentationWorking with NRL on plansLaunch TBDTacSat-2Medium Res. ImagerySEI/AISIntroduce Space-Ground common data link for Tactical CommsEarly Rapid Launch & Checkout ProceduresIncreased Autonomy ExperimentationSingle-pass TPEDMission CompleteLaunched DecTacSat-3Land-Focused Hyperspectral Payload1st Implementation of Selected Bus StandardsSecondary Data-exfiltration (data-X) PayloadContinue Process Dev. for Rapid Launch & Check-Out Ops.Launched 8 May 2009TacSat-4Comm-on-the-move/blue force tracking/data-X/Ship TrackingTest Long Dwell tailored Orbits (highly inclined, elliptical)1st System-Level Standardized BusSpace Qualify High Assurance Internet EncryptionLaunch 1 Sep 2009TacSat-5Next-generation plug-and-play bus development by AFRL with industryMission payload TBDLaunch Mid FY 12
10 APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE ORS International Collaboration Strategy Notional Strategy: In coordination, not fully vetted within the DepartmentAPPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASEGoal: Harness capabilities of coalition space assets and enable coalition participation in ORS constellationsEstablish agreement for international participation3. Coalition Partners – procure or reproduce additional copies4. Coalition Partners – enter into data sharing and tasking agreements2. Develop ORS satellites & broker coalition strategyPartners Can Buy The Capability of a Constellation….For The Price of a Single Satellite
11 APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE Opportunities and Challenges!ORS is…Focused on developing enabling capabilities for operational reconstitution and augmentationCreating an operational capability with service partnersCreating a strategy for international collaborationTransforming the space enterpriseChallenges…Very short launch timelines – days for notificationLaunch range safety processes – clearing, public safety, etc…This statement is posted on the white house web site (http://www.whitehouse.gov/issues/defense/):Space: The full spectrum of U.S. military capabilities depends on our space systems. To maintain our technological edge and protect assets in this domain, we will cooperate continue to invest in next-generation capabilities such as operationally responsive space and global positioning systems. We will cooperate with our allies and the private sector to identify and protect against intentional and unintentional threats to U.S. and allied space capabilities.
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