Combat Direction Systems Activity, Dam Neck Commander Andrew

Combat Direction Systems Activity, Dam Neck Commander Andrew J. Hoffman Commanding Officer Command Overview 21 September 2016 Distribution Statement A: Approved for public release Navys Design for Maritime Superiority Recent Headlines US warship possibly targeted by Yemen rebels for a third time (FOXNEWS 16 OCT 16) Lucas Tomlinson a U.S. defense official said multiple missiles were fired at three ships patrolling international waters at around 3:30 p.m. ET. U.S. Chief of Naval Operations Adm. John Richardson appeared to confirm that assesment, telling reporters the vessels seemed "to have come under attack in the Red Sea, again from coastal defense cruise missiles fired from the coast of Yemen. U.S. military strikes Yemen after missile attacks on U.S. Navy ship (REUTERS 13 OCT16) Phil Stewart WASHINGTON The U.S. military launched cruise missile strikes on Thursday to knock out three coastal radar sites in areas of Yemen controlled by Iran-aligned Houthi forces, retaliating after failed missile attacks this week on a U.S. Navy destroyer, U.S. officials said. Navy Secretary Mabus Praises USS Nitze Action In Red Sea (WVEC ABC NORFOLK 13 OCT 16) ... Mike Gooding NEWPORT NEWS, Va. Hours after the USS Nitze launched retaliatory Tomahawk cruise missile strikes against Iran-backed Houthi rebel radar sites in Yemen, the Navy's top civilian leader had high praise for the destroyer's crew Our competitors are moving quickly, and our adversaries are bent on leaving us swirling in their wake N. Korean Missile Launch Fails As Reagan Pays Port Call To Busan (STARS AND STRIPES 16 OCT 16) ... Kim Gamel SEOUL, South Korea North Korea tried but failed to fire an intermediate-range missile, U.S. and South Korean officials said Sunday. . A: Approved for public release Distribution Statement 2 NAVSEA Strategic Framework Distribution Statement A: Approved for public release Roles of the Warfare Centers To Make Naval Technical Programs Successful Warfare Centers safeguard the technical success of Naval programs by providing customers with unbiased technical advice. To Help Determine and Develop the Capabilities that the Navy and Marine Corps Need We are an integral part of the leaderships decision making process in our roles as government trusted technical advisors. To Verify the Quality, Safety, and Effectiveness of Platforms and Systems As trusted technical agents, Warfare Centers exercise technical authority through rigorous systems engineering processes to promote the safety and effectiveness of our ships and systems. To Help Design, Develop, and Field Solutions for Urgent Operational Fleet Needs The Navy and Marine Corps are our first priority, and we pride ourselves on our ability to deliver an array of responsive options and services for warfighter needs. To Provide a Bridge Between Warfighters and the Technical Community We work with the warfighter to understand their operational needs and translate them into requirements that the technical community can address. Providing critical technical expertise to ensure current and future program success and fleet readiness Distribution Statement A Approved for Public Release 4 Distribution Statement A Approved for Public Release What We Do for the Program Offices/Fleet Navy In Planning S&T Navy In Construction R&D T&E Navy In Operation Product Delivery Fleet Support Technical

Technical Risk Risk Assessments Assessments Rapid Rapid Prototyping Prototyping Sensor, Element and Sensor,System, System,&&Missile MissilePerformance, Performance, Element and Combat System Quality, Combat System Quality,Reliability, Reliability,and and Certification Evaluation/Assessment Certification Evaluation/Assessment Tests National/Global Environmental Technology [email protected]@ Environmental National/Global Technology Ranges/Major Testing Scientific Refresh Ranges/Major Testing Scientific Refresh Facilities Leadership Facilities Leadership Foreign Modeling Modernization Foreign Technology/ Modelingand and Modernization Installs Technology/ Comparative Installs Simulation &&Alterations Comparative Obsolescence Simulation Alterations Obsolescence Testing Testing Management Management Human Metrology & Test, Human Metrology & Test, Patents Systems Measurement &&Diagnostic Patents Systems Measurement

Diagnostic Integration Equipment Integration Equipment(TDME) (TDME) FY15 Reimbursable Quantitative Fleet Analysis Depot Quantitative FleetFeedback Feedback Analysisofof DepotMaint Maint Funding ($M) and Pre-Deployment Alternatives Repairs and Pre-Deployment Alternatives Repairs Certification Certification CostProduct Systems Onboard CostProduct Systems Onboard Performance Assembly Training Tech Performance Assembly Training TechAssists Assists Tradeoffs Tradeoffs Integrated Distance Integrated Distance Logistics Support Logistics Support Support Support Information Integration Information Integrationand and Assurance && Interoperability Assurance Interoperability Cyber Security Cyber Security Basic Basic Research Research Applied Applied Research Research Providing technical expertise across multiple portfolios in multiple warfare areas. Distribution Statement A Approved for Public Release 6 Expanding Warfare Center Capabilities to the Waterfront The Navy's Operationally Relevant Test, Training and Experimentation Environment Hardware/Software,

Network Engineering Systems Safety Systems Safety > 50% of US Navy & Joint Forces Within 30 Minutes Test and Evaluation Cybersecurity Engineering Modeling and Simulation Rapid Response Engineering System Engineering Integrated Training Lifecycle Engineering Over 50% of US Navy & Joint Forces within 30 Minutes Distribution Statement A: Approved for public release Integrated Logistics 7 CDSA History 1963 1971 Fleet Computer Programming Center 1992 Fleet Combat Direction System Support Activity (FCDSSA) East Coast Operations Combat Direction Systems Activity Command Detachment Command NSWC PHD NSWC DD COMTRALANT (63-69) Bldg 127S construction CINCLANTFLT (69-71) Present 2000 First addition Taylor Hall Hopper Hall 1984 1994 2000 CDSA Command Established 2000 CDSA Aligned with NSWC DD as Echelon 5 1991 BRAC Naval Sea Combat Systems Engineering Station (SEABAT) Integrated 1992 FCDSSA becomes Detachment under PHD 1995 BRAC In-Service Engineering East Coast Detachment

M&S: Radar Environment Simulation Systems Develop, Field, & Maintain Computer Programs Combat Systems NTDS Model 4 Battle Force Tactical Training Integrated Training Systems Software Engineering (NISEAST) (1998) Integrated Warfighter Support Rapid Engineering ISEA/SIA: Combat Systems (SSDS), Radar Distribution Systems (ASDS) T&E: TADIL, CEC, Live Exercises , Networked Sensors and Systems Integrated Training (Naval, Joint, Coalition) Readiness Interoperability Hardware Engineering Distribution Statement A: Approved for public release Systems Engineering 8 NSWC Dahlgren Division Integrated Technical Departments AADepartment Department Strategic Strategic && Computing Computing Systems Systems Department Department BB Department Department Electromagnetic Electromagnetic && Sensor Sensor Systems Systems Department Department EE Department Department Gun Gun && Electric Electric Weapon Systems Weapon Systems Department Department HH Department Department Weapons Weapons Control Control && Integration Integration Department Department RR Department Department

Readiness Readiness && Training Training Systems Systems Department Department VV Department Department Warfare Warfare Systems Systems Engineering Engineering && Integration Integration Department Department SLBM SLBM Re-entry Re-entry systems systems Common Common Computing Computing Platforms Platforms & & Operating Operating Environments Environments Cyber Cyber Warfare Warfare Engineering Engineering Anti-Tamper Anti-Tamper // SCRM SCRM Mission Mission Assurance Assurance Cybersecurity Cybersecurity Quantum Quantum Cyber Cyber Group/ Group/ Scientometrics Scientometrics TSOA/RIG TSOA/RIG Radar Radar Systems Systems Electronic Electronic Warfare Warfare Sensor Sensor Integration Integration Electromagnetic Electromagnetic Environmental Environmental Effects/ Effects/ Topside Topside Design Design Spectrum Spectrum Mgt/ Mgt/ RTSO RTSO Chemical, Chemical,

Biological, Biological, Radiological Radiological Defense Defense Systems Systems EM EM S&T/ S&T/ Metamaterials Metamaterials Railgun Railgun (Launcher, (Launcher, Projectile, Projectile, Power) Power) Directed Directed Energy Energy Programs Programs Gun Gun Weapon Weapon Systems Systems PRTR/Range PRTR/Range Operations Operations Fleet Fleet Support Support Integrated Integrated Training Training Systems Systems Computer Computer Program Program Builds Builds & & Installs Installs Integrated Integrated Logistics Logistics Special Special Sensors Sensors System System Safety Safety Cyber Cyber Readiness/ Readiness/ T&E T&E Combat Combat System System Engineering Engineering Combat Combat System System Certification Certification Combat Combat System System T&E T&E

Mission/Force/ Mission/Force/ SoS SoS Analysis Analysis & & Engineering Engineering Interoperability Interoperability C2 C2 Systems Systems Cost Cost Analysis Analysis HSI HSI Code Code OME OME Mission Engineering Mission Engineering &&Analysis Analysis Directorate Directorate Acquisition Acquisition Studies Studies (CBAs, (CBAs, AOAs, AOAs, ICDs) ICDs) Fleet Fleet Gaps, Gaps, Assessments, Assessments, and and Operational Operational Solutions Solutions SoS SoS System System Level Level Requirements Requirements Weapons Weapons Control Control Systems Systems (LCS, (LCS, USW, USW, Tomahawk) Tomahawk) Missile Missile Integration Integration & & Launchers Launchers Weapons Weapons Effectiveness Effectiveness Expeditionary Expeditionary Platform Platform Integration Integration Unmanned Unmanned Systems Systems Battle Battle Mgt Mgt System System Asymmetric

Asymmetric Capability Capability Development/ Development/ Disruptive Disruptive Technologies/ Technologies/ NCKN NCKN // IWO IWO Distribution Statement A: Approved for public release Denotes Dam Neck Site 9 CDSA Fleet Support Footprint Washington Wisconsin Maine Virginia Everett AEGIS Support Marinette LCS Waterfront Support Bath SUPSHIP AEGIS Support Norfolk, Chesapeake, Newport News, Suffolk, Virginia Beach, & Wallops Island 1 Civilian IWS 10-SUPSHIP Support 1 Civilian Science Advisors SURFLANT-SQQ-89 (NAVIFOR/ 1 Civilian MARFORCOM) NIOC 2 Civilians 1 Civilian Test & Evaluation Joint IO Range 6 Civilians (COMOPTEVFOR) 3 Civilians JLVC/JKO (Joint NEIC Support Staff J7) 1 Civilian 23 Civilians AEGIS Support IWS 5B-SQQ-89 (Wallops Island) Team 2 Civilians California Readiness and Training Systems Department (R) San Diego & Oceanside BFTT/SQQ-89/SSDS Waterfront Team AEGIS Modernization Team (Naval Base) Virginia Mississippi Alabama Florida Pascagoula SUPSHIP AEGIS Support Mobile LCS Waterfront Support

Mayport LCS Waterfront Support Distribution Statement A: Approved for public release Dam Neck & Dahlgren C6ISR Systems Integrated Training Systems Combat Systems Readiness Systems Safety Engineering 506 Civilians & Military (292 DN, 225 DL) 110 Contractor Personnel (82 DN, 28 DL) CDSA FY16 Numbers Business Business Baseline Baseline Direct $220 M; Indirect $12.5 M Total Total Contracting Contracting Effort Effort Buildings Buildings Occupied Occupied Total Total Square Square Feet Feet $130 M 11 181,045 Business Business Base Base in in $M $M Civilian Civilian Staffing Staffing data data as as of of 28 28 July July 2016 2016 Employee Employee End-strength End-strength (Civ/Mil) (Civ/Mil) S&E S&E Disciplines Disciplines $33.90 543/ 37 Physical Sciences Computer Eng $36.40 Average Average Age Age of of Workforce Workforce Computer Scientist 47 Elec/Electronic Eng Student Trainee Workforce Workforce Education Education General Eng

Mathematician Bachelors Masters Doctorate Mechanical Eng Ops Research An 0 20 40 60 80 100 $35.40 260 4 139 $85.80 120 Scientist Scientist & & Engineers Engineers Cyber Cyber Engineering Engineering Workforce Workforce 325 110 Distribution Statement A: Approved for public release ITS CSR C6ISR SS 11 Fleet Support in Q1-Q3 FY16 Touch Points BFTT 831 Surface ASW 829 ASDS 109 SSDS/ACDS 177 Special Sensors FY16 Q1-Q3 1575 Aegis (S/W) 373 BMD (S/W) 176 LCS 81

Total 4151 4151 DISCRETE FLEET SUPPORT EVENTS Q1-Q3 FY16 Started Capturing Data in FY13 Distribution Statement A: Approved for public release 12 NAVSEA Warfare Center Fleet Engagement Community of Practice Commander Naval Surface Warfare Center RDML T DRUGGAN Naval Warfare Center Executive Director Mr. D. MCCORMACK, SES Commander Naval Undersea Warfare Center RDML M DELTORO, III Warfare Center Division Commanding Officers and Technical Directors (SES) NAVSEA Warfare Centers Fleet Engagement Community of Practice Warfare Center CTOs (Prototype & Demos) NAVSEA (Tech Warrant Holders) Naval Warfare Center Mission Directors (SL) SUW, MIW, USW Secretariat Naval SYSCOMs Warfare Center Divisions Core Team DASN RDT&E Fleet Commands & WDCs Lines of Effort Waterfront Support Mission Engineering Cross Warfare Center Analysis Team(s) Fleet Wargaming Training Fleet Exercises & Assessments Fleet WIPs I&I WCB & ICP Across Mission Areas OPNAV CDSA Participation in Green Distribution Statement A: Approved for public release 13 NSWC Dahlgren Division Integrated Technical Departments

AADepartment Department Strategic Strategic && Computing Computing Systems Systems Department Department BB Department Department Electromagnetic Electromagnetic && Sensor Sensor Systems Systems Department Department EE Department Department Gun Gun && Electric Electric Weapon Systems Weapon Systems Department Department HH Department Department Weapons Weapons Control Control && Integration Integration Department Department RR Department Department Readiness Readiness && Training Training Systems Systems Department Department VV Department Department Warfare Warfare Systems Systems Engineering Engineering && Integration Integration Department Department SLBM SLBM Re-entry Re-entry systems systems Common Common Computing Computing Platforms Platforms & & Operating Operating Environments Environments Cyber Cyber Warfare Warfare Engineering Engineering Anti-Tamper Anti-Tamper // SCRM SCRM

Mission Mission Assurance Assurance Cybersecurity Cybersecurity Quantum Quantum Cyber Cyber Group/ Group/ Scientometrics Scientometrics TSOA/RIG TSOA/RIG Radar Radar Systems Systems Electronic Electronic Warfare Warfare Sensor Sensor Integration Integration Electromagnetic Electromagnetic Environmental Environmental Effects/ Effects/ Topside Topside Design Design Spectrum Spectrum Mgt/ Mgt/ RTSO RTSO Chemical, Chemical, Biological, Biological, Radiological Radiological Defense Defense Systems Systems EM EM S&T/ S&T/ Metamaterials Metamaterials Railgun Railgun (Launcher, (Launcher, Projectile, Projectile, Power) Power) Directed Directed Energy Energy Programs Programs Gun Gun Weapon Weapon Systems Systems PRTR/Range PRTR/Range Operations Operations Fleet Fleet Support Support Integrated Integrated Training Training Systems

Systems Computer Computer Program Program Builds Builds & & Installs Installs Integrated Integrated Logistics Logistics Special Special Sensors Sensors System System Safety Safety Cyber Cyber Readiness/ Readiness/ T&E T&E Combat Combat System System Engineering Engineering Combat Combat System System Certification Certification Combat Combat System System T&E T&E Mission/Force/ Mission/Force/ SoS SoS Analysis Analysis & & Engineering Engineering Interoperability Interoperability C2 C2 Systems Systems Cost Cost Analysis Analysis HSI HSI Code Code OME OME Mission Engineering Mission Engineering &&Analysis Analysis Directorate Directorate Acquisition Acquisition Studies Studies (CBAs, (CBAs, AOAs, AOAs, ICDs) ICDs) Fleet Fleet Gaps, Gaps, Assessments, Assessments, and and Operational Operational Solutions Solutions SoS

SoS System System Level Level Requirements Requirements Weapons Weapons Control Control Systems Systems (LCS, (LCS, USW, USW, Tomahawk) Tomahawk) Missile Missile Integration Integration & & Launchers Launchers Weapons Weapons Effectiveness Effectiveness Expeditionary Expeditionary Platform Platform Integration Integration Unmanned Unmanned Systems Systems Battle Battle Mgt Mgt System System Asymmetric Asymmetric Capability Capability Development/ Development/ Disruptive Disruptive Technologies/ Technologies/ NCKN NCKN // IWO IWO Distribution Statement A: Approved for public release Denotes Dam Neck Site 14 A32 Ship Self-Defense System Computing Vision Provide Ship Self Defense System-equipped platforms with an advanced computing, and networking environment that is hardened, resilient, and scalable. This Integrated Combat System will support platforms as they deter conflict, respond to crises, defeat aggression, and protect the maritime commons throughout the levels of command (Strategic, Operational, and Tactical) Mission Provide development and implementation-focused, hands-on engineering for the Ship Self Defense System and other emergent Detect-Track-Engage Integrated Combat Systems, as directed. Technical Capabilities DD23 Force Level Warfare Systems Engineering and Integration DD24 Force Level Warfare Systems Interoperability Engineering Key Functional Capabilities Combat System Engineering Design, Development & Integration Government Owned Hardware Design Government ownership & implementation of Cybersecure OE development Current Design Efforts

TI-12H TI-16 SSDS Operating Environment Cyber efforts Enabling Affordable Combat System Capability Distribution Statement A: Approved for public release V50 Division Enterprise Test and Evaluation Division Mission Provide combat system, warfare system, and system of systems interoperability test and evaluation expertise for the Surface Navy and Joint Forces by offering innovative and cost effective test solutions across the acquisition lifecycle. Technical Capabilities DD04 - Surface Warfare Systems Engineering and Integration RDT&E DD05 - Surface Combat Systems Engineering and Integration RDT&E DD06 - Surface Combat Control Systems S&T, RDT&E DD08 - Surface Warfare System and Force Level Certification/IV&V DD14 Expeditionary and Other Weaponry Systems RDT&E DD35 Integrated Surface Combat Control Systems Support Customer Summary Key Functional Capabilities T&E Project Leadership Combatant System T&E T&E Strategy Test Plans / Test Articles Test Execution / Data Analysis Combat System Element IV&V Test Support Test and Analysis Tools Test Infrastructure IWS 1 - AEGIS IWS 7 Future Combat Systems PMS 420, PMS 501 PMS 505, IWS 8 LCS / FF IWS 9 DD(X) IWS 10- SSDS MCSC PMM 111 - COC MDA AEGIS BMD PMS 339 - CIAT PMS 312, PMS 378 In-Service and New Construction Aircraft Carriers PMS 379 CVN-79 SEA 05 - DIIAC, MTMD Distribution Statement A: Approved for public release Interoperability Engineering / Test Combat System Fleet Support CPDD / Crew Briefs Warfare Systems Engineering IWS Enterprise CM MTMD M&S Mission Engineering Carrier Support Pre/Post Delivery Test/Trials Combat System Engineering 16 Diverse Partnerships Networked in the Hampton Roads Community Distribution Statement A: Approved for public release 17

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