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1 Maritime Infrastructure Protection in the Arabian Gulf 13 May 2013 Prof. Doug Ducharme U.S. NAVAL WAR COLLEGE 1

2 Outline U.S. Naval War College What is MIP? –Lessons learned from past MIPS Approaches to MIP –Risk determination MIP Capabilities MIP Organization 2

3 U.S. Naval War College  Mission:  Develop strategic and operational leaders  Help CNO define the future Navy and its roles and missions  Support combat readiness for operational commanders  Strengthen Maritime Security Cooperation 3 “The College shall bring together senior and intermediate level naval officers from other countries to…promote an open exchange of professional views; encourage friendship and cooperation; and study operational planning methods.”

4 What is MIP? MIP MCM MSO MIP = GOPLAT Defense Maritime Infrastructure as a network or system, includes shipping and cyber Maritime Infrastructure = Off-shore oil terminals Shoreline facilities Powerplants Desalinization plants Ports Causeways MIP CONOPS included Point Defense and Area Defense

5 5 Step 1 - Conduct a mission analysis of the MIP mission MIP Approaches

6 Irregular Challenges Defined as irregular threats and the underlying conditions that allow irregular threats to emerge 6

7 Mission Analysis –Best practices are examples where multiple approaches are applied –Different approaches resembles a layered strategy 7 Underlying Conditions Threat Capabilities Vulnerabilities Government Agencies Whole of Government NGO’s Navies Coast Guards Industry Working Group Theme from MIPS 2011

8 Formal Agreements Consequence Management Sense-making Warning Signs Munitions REMUS MIP Capabilities Abilities to enable activities that deter, defend, or mitigate attacks on maritime infrastructure 8 MESF Remote Sensors UAVs Security Detachments Waterborne Security Comms LCS JHSV Swimmer Detection Patrol Craft MCM RIVERINE FORCES EOD MDA Helicopters DDG MPA Coast Guard Cutters Armament MSST MRST Port Security units Acoustic Warning Devices Anti-Swimmer Systems Barriers Ballistic Hardening Exclusion Zones Logistics ROE Training & Education Doctrine Radar

9 Formal Agreements Acoustic Warning Devices Swimmer Detection Enduring Forces Coast Guard Cutters Helicopters MIP Capabilities Categories ISR Physical Security Supporting Measures Remote Sensors UAVs MDA MPA REMUS Security Detachments Waterborne Security LCS JHSV MSST MESF Patrol Craft MCM RIVERINE FORCES EOD Armament Comms MRST Port Security units Munitions DDG Anti-Swimmer Systems Barriers Warning Signs Ballistic Hardening Exclusion Zones Sense-making Logistics ROE Training & Education Doctrine Consequence Management Radar

10 Figure 5 of MIP CONOPS (Rev A) MIP Organization Structures of relationships among MIP stakeholders 10 Notional - for illustrative purposes only

11 MIP Organization 11 Government Agencies UN/IMO Navies/Coast Guards Industry Shippers Private Security Firms Insurers NGOs People CitizensConsumers ? Working Group Theme from MIPS 2011

12 Questions??? 12


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