Afloat Support and Naval Logistics 2012

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Afloat Support and Naval Logistics 2012 provides a timely and eminent opportunity for the afloat support and naval logistics community to gain the information it needs on the latest platforms and …

Afloat Support and Naval Logistics 2012 provides a timely and eminent opportunity for the afloat support and naval logistics community to gain the information it needs on the latest platforms and technology to confront an uncertain and multifaceted environment.

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  • 1. BY D s AN bo FEB e u 10 av Presents ok RU P tAFLOAT SUPPORT & ARY o £ Pa 20 15 y 12 0!AND NAVALLOGISTICS2012 main ConferenCe: 21-22 marCh 2012 Pre-ConferenCe foCus day: 20 marCh 2012 london, ukCritiCally assessing the mosteffeCtive Platforms and “Great mix of speakers and coverage of topics.teChnologies to sustain Current Always learn something new every time I participate”and future global naval oPerations Jonathan kaskin ses, direCtor of Combat logistiCs and strategiC mobility, Chief of naval oPerations n4, us navyexCePtional international sPeaker faCulty inCludes: Jonathan kaskin ses, Director of Combat Logistics Commodore William Walworth, Commodore of and Strategic Mobility, Chief of Naval Operations N4, the royal fleet auxiliary us navy rear admiral (Junior grade) derek J. Christian, Captain david a. geisler, Commander, US Military Director of Naval Logistics, south african navy Sealift Command Central, us navy Commander visti salomonsen, Head of Logistics, Colonel Pete yeager, Director of Support Naval Current Operations (Naval), royal danish navy Striking and Support Forces, nato Commander aki honkanen, Head of Logistics of Commander heber ackland mvo, Commandant, Maritime Security Centre, Horn of Africa, eunavfor Defence Maritime Logistics School, royal navy What’s neW for 2012? r A platform-led event, focussing on current projects within the US Navy and the Royal Navy and how multinational agencies such as MCCE and NAMSA are working to provide logistical support to overseas missions and the future development of their programmes r Operation Atalanta, Operation Ocean Shield and Operation Unified Protector: Recent operational feedback on how afloat support vessels are helping sustain global expeditionary missions and the multinational cooperation issues facing the EU and NATO anti-piracy missions around the Horn of Africa r A look at how an emerging navy such as the South African Navy is planning to enhance its afloat support capabilities and potential future procurement scenarios and a pre-deployment focus on the Royal Danish Navy as it prepares it’s Absalon class joint support ship for international operations assoCiate featured afloat suPPort and naval logistiCs innovation sPonsor exhibitor foCus day 20 marCh 2012, 10:30 - 15:30 led by malcolm Warr, Managing Director, msm ltd Commander michael spiller, Support Policy Officer to the Royal Navy of Oman, royal navy Commander Peter godwin (ret’d), Independent Logistics Consultant, Former Logistics Director, RN Maritime Warfare Centre, royal navy see inside for more information WWW.afloatsuPPortConf.Com
  • 2. innovation foCus day: 20 marCh 2012 afloat support and naval logistics innovation focus day: 20 march 2012 i 10:30-15:30 With defence budgets facing extreme and navies still expected to maintain high operational tempos there is an urgent need to understand the fundamental issues facing the afloat support community and how its practitioners can implement innovative solutions. This focus day will aim to examine these solutions, with contributions and analysis from an extremely experienced team of maritime experts. this multifaceted focus day will provide a broad and comprehensive understanding of a wide range of issues including: t How medium size navies can achieve value for money t Afloat Support 2020 – Future roles for afloat support t How smaller navies can support overseas missions t Comparative Best Practices – How the US, China and India t Requirements for an effective sea based logistic capability have approached naval logistics t Third Part Logistics – The role of industry The day will offer a balanced and in-depth view into these issues and how the afloat support community can best deliver vital support to worldwide naval operations while giving you the chance to frame to the debate around the crucial issues facing navies today. focus day led by malcolm Warr, Managing Director, msm ltd Commander Peter godwin (ret’d), Independent Logistics Workshop team includes: Consultant, Former Logistics Director, RN Maritime Warfare Commander michael spiller, Support Policy Offic er to the Royal Centre, royal navy Navy of Oman, royal navy stephen rinsler, Fellow - Chartered Institute of Logistics and anne holden, former IPT Leader on the UK MARS programme, Transport, bisham Consulting uk mod Professor Chris bellamy, Greenwich Maritime Institute, greenwich university day one: 21 marCh 2012 08:30 registration and Coffee r The future development and focus of MSCENT 09:00 Chairman’s WelCome and oPening sPeeCh Captain david a. geisler, Commander, US Military Sealift Jonathan kaskin ses, Director of Combat Logistics and Command Central, us navy Strategic Mobility, Chief of Naval Operations N4, us navy 14:30 mCCe suPPort for multinational oPerations 09:10 keynote session - afloat suPPort in the uk: r Overview of current Movement Coordination Centre Present and future CaPabilities Europe (MCCE) activities r Current operations and lessons learned r Focus on sealift capabilities and challenges in r Utilizing the latest technologies to enhance RFA capabilities support of NATO and EU operations r The future development of the RFA with a focus r The future development of the MCCE towards Future Force 2020 Colonel Christian schmidt, Director, movement Commodore William Walworth, the royal fleet Coordination Centre europe (mCCe) auxiliary 15:10 netWorking Coffee break 09:50 naval logistiCs: a south afriCan navy PersPeCtive 15:40 Pre-dePloyment foCus on the absalon suPPort shiPs r Overview of the South African Navy’s replenishment r Preparing for overseas deployment in support of anti capability piracy missions r The importance of an effective replenishment r Pre-deployment challenges and solutions capability for the South African Navy r Incorporating lessons learned from NATO operations r Future afloat support requirements and potential around the Horn of Africa procurement scenarios Commander visti salmonsen, Head of Logistics, Current rear admiral (Junior grade) derek J Christian, Director Operations (Naval), royal danish navy of Naval Logistics, south african navy 16:20 us navy researCh on enhanCed Cargo movement 10:30 netWorking Coffee break r Changing research priorities in an age of fiscal constraints 11:00 n4 naval striking and suPPort forCes nato - r The development of enhanced ramps for increased suPPorting nato oPerations cargo transfer capacities r Operational feedback from Operation Unified Protector: r Improved ship to ship transfer of cargo by implementing multinational successes, challenges and potential solutions the latest motion prediction and launch recovery r Future activities: Preparation and execution of technologies the Maritime Component HQ for the NATO Response dr Paul hess, Programme Manager, Office of Naval Force (NRF) Research, us navy Colonel Peter yeager, Director of Support, Naval Striking 17:00 defenCe agenCy outlook on afloat suPPort and Support Forces, nato Challenges 11:40 the automated shiP logistiC suPPly system r Current issues and challenges facing the r The future of surface ship stores automation implementation of the 3PL programme and its future r Profile/Demand based automation of stores handling development on surface ships r Data sharing issues in an operational environment. r Babcock automated ship board systems r Best practices to foster cooperation and the senior representative, babcock de-confliction of operational tasks gerhard rauniak, Programme Manager,European 12:20 netWorking lunCh Defence Agency, european defence agency 13:30 us military sealift Command: sustaining 17:40 Chairman’s Close global oPerations r Current MSCCENT operations in support of the USN’s 6th and 5th Fleets r Sustainment issues arising from wide areas of operationsmedia Partners +44 (0)20 73689737 WWW.AFLOATSUPPORTCONF.COM DEFENCE@IQPC.CO.UK
  • 3. day tWo: 22 marCh 2012 08:30 registration and Coffee 13:30 namsa: Providing logistiC suPPort to naval missions and its future develoPment 09:00 Chairman’s WelCome r Husbanding services and fuel support for naval operations 09:10 keynote session - future us navy r Multinational consolidated oils and lubricants develoPments procurement r Overview of future projections for the US Navy and r Provision of spare parts to sustain naval missions how budgets cuts will affect afloat support in the US r The future development of the programme r The future development of sea basing capabilities lieutenant Commander giovanni alessi, Maritime following a decade of high tempo operations Logistics Officer, Italian Navy General Staff, italian r Energy Efficiency: How the US Navy is adapting to navy and Chairman of the naval logistic support energy challenges through ‘greener’ equipment, Partnership (nlsP), nato maintenance and supply systems, operating practices and fuels agency (namsa) Jonathan kaskin ses, Director of Combat Logistics and Strategic Mobility, Chief of Naval Operations N4, us navy 14:10 Panel discussion r What will afloat support and naval logistics look like 09:50 defenCe maritime logistiCs sChool (dmls) - come the year 2020 and beyond? delivering ‘agility’ in maritime logistiC training r How can navies achieve value for money in an age r A Learning Organisation - ensuring the Operational of fiscal constraints? Currency of Training r Third Party Logistics – What are the advantages and r The ‘Agile Edge’ - delivering a capable workforce disadvantages of partnering with industry? r Modern Learning – thinking differently about training Commander michael spiller, Support Policy Officer to r A Comprehensive Approach – understanding the the Royal Navy of Oman, royal navy totality of Logistics malcolm Warr, Managing Director, msm ltd Commander heber ackland mvo, Commandant, anne holden, former IPT Leader on the UK MARS Defence Maritime Logistics School (part of the Defence programme, uk mod College of Logistics and Personnel Administration), stephen rinsler, Fellow - Chartered Institute of royal navy Logistics and Transport, bisham Consulting 10:30 Coffee and netWorking 14:50 Coffee and netWorking 11:00 eu navfor Case study - logistiC suPPort for 15:20 landing Craft, air Cushion (lCaC) Programme anti PiraCy and afloat oPerations r Current challenges facing Operation Atalanta and r The LCAC programme and future afloat support potential solutions operations r Maintaining a high operational tempo with limited r Future challenges for expeditionary operations and means and assets their sustainment in an age of austerity r Multinational cooperation issues with mainland r ACV integration into multinational operating nations and non NATO nations operating in the environements Somali Basin and the Gulf of Aden Patrick spring, Programme Manager and Expeditionary Commander aki honkanen, Head of Logistics, Maritime Warfare Customer Advocate, naval surface Warfare Security Centre, Horn of Africa, eu navfor Centre Panama City 11:40 nato oPerational feedbaCk - oPeration oCean 16:00 uk afloat suPPort: a look toWards 2020 shield r An assessment of current and future challenges the r Review of recent operations around the Horn of UK will face in sustaining global operations Africa r Supporting the future Queen Elizabeth class r Improving multinational coordination with coalition aircraft carriers partners and third party nations r Afloat support in the UK: Is there a commercial r The future sustainment of Operation Ocean Shield alternative? lieutenant Commander mike ruminski, Deputy Head Professor eric grove, Director, Centre for International of Logistics, Maritime Component Command (MCC) Security and War Studies, university of salford Northwood, nato 16:40 Chairman’s Close 12:20 netWorking lunCh Jonathan kaskin ses, Director of Combat Logistics and Strategic Mobility, Chief of Naval Operations N4, us navyabout defenCe iQ sponsorship opportunities Defence IQ is an authoritative news source for high three easy ways to get involved quality and exclusive commentary and analysis on global defence and military-related topics. 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