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  • A Private Enterprise Strategy: Humanitarian Aid to Emerging Economy Proposal A Private Enterprise Strategy: Humanitarian Aid to Emerging Economy Millennial Foundation, Inc. Proposal and its contributing partners A Proposal to: Hydro Lance Engineering, Inc. Heads of State, G-20 Nations Subsidiary of the Hydro Lance Corporation Presented on March 22, 2010 Sxyzicity, Inc. Presented by: David F. Aust Chairman and CEO Millennial Foundation, Inc. 801-367-0664 The information contained within this document is the property of Millennial Foundation, Inc. and its contributing partners. Page 1 of 120
  • A Private Enterprise Strategy: Humanitarian Aid to Emerging Economy Proposal Co-Authors and Partners SxyzicityTM, Inc. Master Architects www.sxyzicity.com Master Community and Habitat Planning CA, USA Project Management Habitat Planning Inhabitable Space Frames; Intrinsically Stable Any Shape, Any Size, Anywhere EEI, Inc. Civil and Structural Engineering www.entenginc.com Project Planning CA, USA Project Management Master Contracting Manufacturing Hydro Lance Corporation HARTHTM & HARSHTM Technologies www.hydrolance.net Maritime / Naval Architecture and Engineering CA, USA Project Planning Project Management Manufacturing Page 2 of 120
  • A Private Enterprise Strategy: Humanitarian Aid to Emerging Economy Proposal TIG/m, LLC Transport Systems www.tig-m.com Trolley Systems CA, USA People Movers Tram Vehicles & Systems Mono-Rail High-Speed Systems Lighter-Than-Air, Airborne Craft InsulKor, Inc. Structural Building Panels & Systems CA, USA Design and Project Management Construction Contracting Manufacturing Hyper-Speed Marine, Inc. HARTHTM Patrol Craft CA, USA Security Resources HiSCOrETM, Inc. Universal Any-Fuel Engines CA, USA Green or Fossil Fuel – High Torque - Silent Any Power Size Requirement Capability HiSCOrETM Prime Mover Technologies Page 3 of 120
  • A Private Enterprise Strategy: Humanitarian Aid to Emerging Economy Proposal Two-Fold Fuel, Inc. CryoniteTM CA, USA Energy Storage, Fuel, Power Enhancement Green – No carbon footprint or pollution Axis InternationalTM, Inc. System Fabrication www.axisplasma.com High Definition 5 Axis Plasma Cutting Tables NV, USA Linc Management P/L Project Planning Brisbane, Australia Political Consulting Page 4 of 120
  • A Private Enterprise Strategy: Humanitarian Aid to Emerging Economy Proposal Table of Contents 1 Current Situation......................................................................................................................6 1.1 Diplomatic Unrest..............................................................................................................................6 1.2 Enterprise Expansion Trends............................................................................................................7 1.3 Emerging Economy Defined.............................................................................................................7 1.4 Government Outsourcing Trends....................................................................................................11 2 Solution...................................................................................................................................12 2.1 Objectives.......................................................................................................................................12 2.2 Approach.........................................................................................................................................13 Crew: 3 (pilot, co-pilot, observer)....................................................................................................47 .........................................................................................................................................................47 Dimensions: Imperial Metric...........................................................................................................47 Cabin:...................................................................................................................................................47 Weights:...............................................................................................................................................47 CT7-8 Engines (SL, ISA) Ratings:.......................................................................................................48 Performance (Sea Level, ISA, 26,150lb/11,861kg):.............................................................................48 2.3 Benefits...........................................................................................................................................64 2.4 Methodology...................................................................................................................................71 2.5 Schedule.........................................................................................................................................73 2.6 Resources.......................................................................................................................................92 2.7 Qualifications..................................................................................................................................92 3 Funding...................................................................................................................................93 3.1 Expenses........................................................................................................................................93 3.2 Revenues........................................................................................................................................94 3.3 Return-On-Value.............................................................................................................................95 4 Conclusion..............................................................................................................................96 Appendix A: The Hydro LanceTM HARTHTM Economic Advantage ...................................97 Appendix B: Millennial Foundation Monetary System........................................................102 Appendix C: Millennial Foundation Welfare System...........................................................105 Page 5 of 120
  • A Private Enterprise Strategy: Humanitarian Aid to Emerging Economy Proposal Introduction Millennial Foundation, Inc. is a United States tax-exempt organization that currently provides research on humanitarian aid trends and strategies. The initial project of Millennial Foundation is the humanitarian aid outreach program defined in this proposal. This proposal presents data into the current challenges facing the global humanitarian aid community with cooperative and collaborative solutions on the issues of response time, security, and sustainability. Millennial Foundation proposes a humanitarian aid dedicated fleet of ships, submersibles, aircrafts, utility vehicles, with construction and farming equipment to facilitate a coordinated response, a private military force for humanitarian aid security measures, and a cooperative network of partners for the creation of emerging economies. Millennial Foundation and its partners believe that integrating a social and political mindset of abundance over scarcity must be the foundational premise to building value for all stakeholders. Based on this approach Millennial Foundation offers solutions for project implementation with related costs and revenues. 1 Current Situation The current situation among under-developed nations is deteriorating because of the lack of aid that is reaching human needs internationally when it is politically expedient causing diplomatic unrest. “Humanitarian aid is prone to political and military convenience of both donor and recipient countries and to the exigencies of the “donor industry”, and often lacks a coordinated plan. NGOs often compete with each other for donations, with donors generally more sympathetic to emergencies than longer-term aid and development leading to wide divergence in levels of funding” (Oloruntoba & Gray, 2006). According to the UN Financial Tracking Service, (2009), private contributions (individuals and organizations) made up 4.2% of all contributions for $196,751,627 (not including carry-over donors which made up 29.2% for $1,365,720,061 of contributions). Millennial Foundation believes that in order to flip the ratios provided in the UN Financial Tracking Service towards corporate sponsorship, sponsoring partnerships must align for the creation of national emerging economies that are based on productivity instead of consumption (See Addendum B - Millennial Monetary System). 1.1 Diplomatic Unrest “A number of speakers from African nations (September 28) addressed the assembly, stressing that oft-promised strong international support for African development had yet to materialize. Foreign Affairs and Cooperation Minister Aichatou Mindaoudou of Niger urged developed nations to cancel poor countries' foreign debt, open markets, pay fair prices for raw materials and do away with agricultural subsidies in the interests of increasing African opportunity. Ethiopian Minister for Foreign Affairs Seyoum Mesfin said that African political will to improve conditions on that continent was at an all-time high. “Nigerian President Olusegun Obasanjo, who was also chairman of the African Union (AU), (September 23) had told the assembly that the AU would send between 3,000 and 5,000 troops and monitors to help establish and keep the peace in the Darfur region of Sudan, where 50,000 people had died and 1.4 million people had been displaced over recent months in an ongoing violent Page 6 of 120
  • A Private Enterprise Strategy: Humanitarian Aid to Emerging Economy Proposal conflict that the U.S. had deemed genocide. He noted that the AU would require millions of dollars to carry out the mission” (World News Digest, 2004). In order to expand the humanitarian aid contribution for the current 4.2% to an anticipated 75% within 10 years, humanitarian aid organizations must facilitate the rising need of jointly creating emerging markets with the international business and diplomatic communities for the purpose of expanding world trade and economic growth cooperatively. 1.2 Enterprise Expansion Trends Another trend within mid-market companies in 10 major United States cities offers the following samplings of key findings from the KPMG Global Enterprise Institute: 2007 Mid-Market Survey on Global Expansion Survey Report: • 4 in 10 said global expansion is integral to their growth strategy, while one third stated that leadership is focused on global expansion • The majority of those surveyed plan to increase their global presence over the next five years • Half of respondents said that global expansion does not impact their U.S. employee base • Economic factors in the United States and abroad have the greatest influence on their global expansion decisions • Regulations, local laws, developing new customers, language, and local culture present key- but not insurmountable-challenges to their efforts Source: (KPMG, 2007). The purpose of global expansion for the international business community is based upon the ability to access qualified competitive markets who will buy products and services that solve problems based on the amount of pain the market feels against supply and demand. 1.3 Emerging Economy Defined There are as many definitions to what an emerging economy is as there are economists. For purposes of this proposal, an emerging economy is defined as a national economy that creates more value than it consumes for its stakeholders. Areas of consideration in establishing emerging economies looks at the social climate, political/legal environment, financial and banking infrastructure, business development opportunities, consumer savings, consumption patterns, and the impact on driving national stability and security within sociopolitical systems. Social Climate: The current social environment is in search of innovative solutions to political issues surrounding global economic challenges among developed nations. Developed nations have long searched for social welfare programs that bring value to all constituents, while facilitating a strong and vibrant free-enterprise system. Unfortunately, governments who have taken the responsibility of controlling the welfare systems for their constituency have done so because either the free-enterprise solutions are insufficient or have a preference of controlling the Page 7 of 120
  • A Private Enterprise Strategy: Humanitarian Aid to Emerging Economy Proposal processes themselves. Governments continue to look for free-enterprise solutions to education, healthcare, the economy, and other such issues facing indebted and wealthy nations alike. “Seven hundred million people live in the 42 so-called Highly Indebted Poor Countries (HIPCs), where a combination of extreme poverty and financial insolvency marks them for a special kind of despair and economic isolation. They escape our notice almost entirely, unless war or an exotic disease breaks out, or yet another programme with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) is signed. We urgently need new creativity and a new partnership between rich and poor if these 700m people (projected to rise to 1.5 billion by 2030), as well as the extremely poor in other parts of the world (especially South Asia), are to enjoy a chance for human betterment” (Sachs, 1999). Solution Benchmark: Millennial Foundation introduces social entrepreneurship to facilitating education, healthcare, food, and shelter/utilities welfare systems (Please see addendum C, The Millennial Foundation Welfare System). The approach of utilizing family fundraising mechanisms in joint partnership with tax-exempt organizations such as religions, professional organizations, and other charitable membership-type organizations in providing community value while promoting corporate sponsorship unites people with shared needs to provide value to businesses and themselves. Each fundraising activity will allow up to 80% of the revenues to go directly to the insurance premiums or payments of those who collectively serve together for the needs of each other. As revenues from each family based fundraising event comes into the Millennial Foundation account, Millennial Foundation keeps 20% in order to pay for the administration of each fundraising event. The remaining revenues going to the different health/life insurance plans, mortgage companies, and retail store credits the participating families choose in order to maintain competition within free-enterprise system. While a number of these businesses may choose to financially sponsor some of the family fundraising activities that attract business sponsorship, the value for the family recipient is in having their needs provided for while the value to the business is a paying customer that becomes loyal to the sponsoring business. The social climate Millennial Foundation espouses is one of cooperation and collaboration in serving the needs of each other through families building value for each other and for businesses searching for ways to capture target audiences by bringing solutions to the pain the family experiences. Free-enterprise will drive value through the creation of a medium that focuses competition strategies that drives value to the consumer. Note: The above scenario is currently illegal within the United States and other nations. However, the concept is worth experimentation within the boundaries of the Millennial Citadel Sea City. Based on international law, an island that is in international waters (13 miles from any other land mass) which has no claim from any government is a government unto itself. Since the Sea City is a large man-made floating land-mass without any sovereign claims of ownership to it by any other Picture 1. Reed, Walter R. (2009) Millennial Citadel Sea City™ nation, Millennial Foundation will have the right to establish the sea cities constitutional form of government, its laws, and all of the responsibilities associated with being an interim head of state Page 8 of 120
  • A Private Enterprise Strategy: Humanitarian Aid to Emerging Economy Proposal until one can be chosen by the people. While Millennial Foundation will maintain influence in the governing process as the largest land owner, we are only interested in using the Sea City as a laboratory to experiment with government and political processes while providing relief to the millions of refugees that are homeless and unsafe. Political and Legal Environment: The political and legal environment varies in form, structure, capacity, and economic value in preserving the rights of constituents. According to Transparency International, “Corruption aggravates poverty. Surveys of extreme poverty in developing countries point to corruption as having a significant and detrimental impact on their lives. For a poor household, the bribe randomly extorted by a police officer may mean that families cannot afford to pay school fees for their children or to buy goods to maintain their small business and source of income. Corruption not only reduces the net income of the poor but also wrecks programmes related to their basic needs, from sanitation to education to healthcare. Its results, the misallocation of resources to the detriment of poverty reduction programmes. “The attainment of the (United Nations) Millennium Development Goals is put at risk unless corruption is tackled as an integral part of poverty reduction strategies. Many political leaders of the developing world view corruption as a very serious impediment to the overall development of their countries. Corruption threats and risks are increasingly taken into account in the design of national development programmes. The growing global consensus on the importance of corruption as an impediment to development is reflected in the ratification of the UN Convention Against Corruption (UNCAC)” (Transparency International, 2009). Solution Benchmark: A collaborative cooperative organization that brings the international diplomatic community together with the international corporate community to create an environment where humanitarian aid can flourish into emerging economies provides the catylist for generally accepted compatibility requirements with economic development and pro-business initiatives such as micro-loans, equity market solutions, and the integration of value driven political measures for reform. Loans from the World Bank or the International Monetary Fund should be conditional upon the acceptance of measures designed to transform HIPCs (heavily indebted poor countries) into competitive governments who can pay their debts through their emergence as a prosperous economy as defined in this proposal. Financial/Banking Infrastructure: Initial financial and banking infrastructure will require a ‘barter and trade’ system in order to re-establish trade internally. However, an emerging monetary system that is traded with other major world currencies with a basis of value on the resources it holds for stability and a focus on productivity over consumption becomes absolutely required in order to change the tide of consumer, business, and government debt. Millennial Foundation encourages multiple free-enterprise Internet monetary systems as suggested in the Cato Institute’s Publication: The Future of Money in the Information Age with a similar structure that Millennial Foundation proposes (see Addendum C: The Millennial Foundation Monetary System). Solution Benchmark: According to Bernard Lietaer of the Center for Sustainable Currency at University of California-Berkeley and former Belgium Central Banker, the following offers trends within barter and trade that may facilitate currency trade solutions in the development of currencies for under-developed nations or nations in need of economic solutions: Page 9 of 120
  • A Private Enterprise Strategy: Humanitarian Aid to Emerging Economy Proposal A. “Your money's value is determined by a global casino of unprecedented proportions: $2 trillion are traded per day in foreign exchange markets, 100 times more than the trading volume of all the stock markets of the world combined. Only 2% of these foreign exchange transactions relate to the "real" economy reflecting movements of real goods and services in the world, and 98% are purely speculative. This global casino is triggering the foreign exchange crises which shook Mexico in 1994-5, Asia in 1997 and Russia in 1998. These emergencies are the dislocation symptoms of the old Industrial Age money system. Unless some precautions are taken soon, there is at least a 50-50 chance that the next five to ten years will see a global money meltdown, the only plausible way for a global depression. B. “The Information Age has already spawned new kinds of currencies: frequent flyer miles are evolving toward a "corporate scrip" (a private currency issued by a corporation) for the traveling elite; a giant corporation you never heard of is issuing its own "Net-market Cash" for Internet commerce; even Alan Greenspan, Chairman of the Federal Reserve, foresees "new private currency markets in the 21st century." C. “Exorbitant compensations are paid to the very few at the top: it started with movie stars and sports heroes, and has now spread to top lawyers, traders, doctors, and business leaders. In the 1960’s CEO’s salaries were only thirty times greater than those of the average worker, compared with two hundred times today. Is this the dawn of a society where "Winner-takes-all" or a short- term last gasp of the transition out of the Industrial Age? D. “1,900 local communities in the world, including over a hundred in the US, are now issuing their own currency, independently from the national money system. Some communities, like in Ithaca, New York, issue paper currency; others in Canada, Australia, the UK or France issue complementary electronic money. E. “The value of barter transactions — exchanges which do not use any money as medium of exchange - totaled almost $6.5 billion in the US and Canada during 1994, and is increasing three times faster than normal exchanges. The magazine "Barter News" covers the industry’s development and now has 30,000 subscribers. It estimates the total barter worldwide was at $650 billion in 1997 and growing at an annual rate of 15%” (Lietaer, 2001). Business Development Opportunities: The business development opportunities found in nations-in-need are difficult at best because of the lack of education and access to capital from developed nations and capital markets. “Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf (September 22) told assembly delegates that the U.S. and its allies were "winning the battle against terrorists" but were losing the larger war against terrorism because they were failing to address deep-rooted antagonism against the U.S. and the West. That antagonism threatened to throw down an "iron curtain" between the West and the Islamic world unless industrialized nations invested financially and politically in opportunities for Muslims in underdeveloped countries, he said. “Representatives from several small island and archipelago nations (September 24) drew attention to their particular plights. Those included the threat to the very existence of such countries posed by natural disasters, and aggravated by climate change; economies often overly dependent on tourism from abroad; and World Trade Organization standards that made their trade balances especially vulnerable to foreign imports. “The speeches came just as the Caribbean region was experiencing a devastating series of hurricanes [See 2004 Death Toll in Haiti Flooding From Tropical Storm Jeanne Reaches 1,500; Jeanne Hits U.S. as Hurricane; Other Developments]. Page 10 of 120
  • A Private Enterprise Strategy: Humanitarian Aid to Emerging Economy Proposal “Cuban Foreign Affairs Minister Felipe Perez Roque challenged the idea that the U.N. was an effective instrument to promote equality among nations. He argued that small, relatively powerless states would have to seize development opportunism for themselves from “those who deny us justice today, because they underpin their wealth and arrogance on the disdain for our grief” (World News Digest, 2004). Solution Benchmark: Millennial Foundation’s initial plan is to focus on the financial services, agricultural, mining, business services and manufacturing industries in order to build supply-chain infrastructures necessary to promote international corporate investments. There are extensive programs such as micro loans that offer limited access to capital through tax-exempt and banking organizations. The micro loans are a major part of bringing communities together to participate in the free-enterprise structure and potential community prosperity. Additional capital for entrepreneurism, industry and market diversification, and trade cooperation must be at the heart and soul of the creation of emerging markets. Equity markets at a small scale also needs to establish itself within the context of the creation of emerging markets in order to offer a cooperative and collaborative offering to the global community of investors. Consumer Savings and Consumption Patterns: Currently, there is very little data on savings or consumption patterns that are tracked among economically disadvantaged nations in terms of financial statements of businesses operating. Solution Benchmark: Systems and measures for tracking financial statements, consumer pricing indexes, unemployment rates, gross domestic product (GDP), tax rates, salary averages, savings rates, debt rates, LIBOR rates, domestic and foreign investment rates, and averaged wealth growth must be used as key indicators of measuring economic stability with growth opportunities. Impact on Driving National Stability and Security: There are very few charitable organizations or for profit corporations who are making an impact on national stability and security among troubled nations throughout the world. Solution Benchmark: There must be a cooperative effort between the G-20 nations and the international corporate community in sponsoring the emergence of the prospective consumption market projected at 1.5 billion consumers for participation in global trade that will effectively influence the economic growth and sustainability of the current developed nations. 1.4 Government Outsourcing Trends Today, there are many outsourced services that government has controlled in the past such as: monetary and tax collection, private military companies, research and development, strategic planning, government real estate development, power companies, space and ocean exploration, accounting services, legal services, and the list continues. “Nearly 90 percent of government executives outsource activities that are “important or absolutely critical” to their mission of citizen service delivery, finds a recent study by Accenture. Only two percent of those surveyed said that outsourcing is “relatively unimportant.” Page 11 of 120
  • A Private Enterprise Strategy: Humanitarian Aid to Emerging Economy Proposal “The study, which entailed surveying and/or interviewing more than 150 executives in 23 governments in Asia, Europe, North America, and South America, found that governments outsource mainly to improve the speed or quality of the service they provide to citizens and others. Among the activities and services most often outsourced are staff training and education programs, finance and accounting functions, human resources and supply chain operations, and information technology applications and infrastructure. “According to the study, as governments become more experienced with outsourcing, they seek new ways to derive greater value from these arrangements and are therefore more inclined to outsource processes such as procurement, finance and accounting, human resources, which were previously considered too critical to outsource. By outsourcing certain critical services and functions, governments can improve the quality of service they provide to citizens, while increasing operational efficiency and lower costs” (Government Procurement, 2003). The trends in government outsourcing would suggest the potential prospect of nearly all government services becoming privatized except for the executive functions of government in determining laws and policies. Millennial Foundation is positioning itself to provide many of the outsourced services to the world beginning with the humanitarian aid to emerging economy effort. 2 Solution Millennial Foundation requires a fleet of floating sea city bases, maritime ships, aircrafts, support vehicles, heavy construction equipment, heavy farming equipment, crews, and a private security force in order to facilitate a collaborative and cooperative approach with domestic and international humanitarian aid organizations, educational institutions, research institutions, and corporate partners in providing relief to families in need and (re)building national infrastructure systems required to promote social, political, and economic growth for sustainability as emerging economies. Our required fleet assets will be pre-positioned in ocean and river regions of the world for the fulfillment of our objectives and meeting global needs. Our fleet will be acquired through a tax-exempt bond guaranteed by G-20 governments with payback returned through job development, expanding economies under management, and corporate sponsorships. 2.1 Objectives 1. Increase Disaster Response Time – Millennial Foundation’s first objective is to provide a major response within 48 hours anywhere on earth through an extensive dedicated private fleet that has the capacity to respond quickly and effectively with speeds upwards of 150 knots while not having the appearance of a major military operation. 2. Improve Humanitarian Security – Millennial Foundation’s second objective is to utilize its unified dedicated fleet along with private military contractors from around the world to secure all areas necessary to facilitate a high degree of safety within theatres of operation. Millennial Foundation will sign agreements with former military and special forces personnel from around the world who are trained in intelligence, border security, fleet management, strategy, risk management, operations planning, and implementation. 3. Increase Disaster Relief Sustainability – Millennial Foundation’s third objective is to build new emerging economies that will sustain political, social, and economic growth for troubled regions of the world. Millennial Foundation recognizes that such an effort will require joint Page 12 of 120
  • A Private Enterprise Strategy: Humanitarian Aid to Emerging Economy Proposal cooperation, collaboration, and implementation with multi-governmental departments and agencies, academic and research institutions; humanitarian relief, human rights, environmental, emergency response, and healthcare organizations throughout the world for the fulfillment of common purposes in providing sustained relief to recipient people and nations. The Millennial Foundation fleet proposes specific dedicated assets for the cooperation, collaboration, and implementation for each partnership in the development of emerging economies. 2.2 Approach The approach of Millennial Foundation is to create a streamlined approach that will facilitate a collective and collaborative effort among international humanitarian aid organizations in providing disaster relief to nations and people who are in need. While less than 5% of support comes from private corporations and individuals currently, the following approach should increase support from this segment to more than 75% over the next ten years due to the extended purpose of humanitarian aid in building emerging economies throughout the world. We cannot expect to serve the people of a region without lifting their government to greater levels of prosperity. To not lift the government, we are only placing a temporary bandage on the problem that will worsen with time. Millennial Foundation finds it appropriate to establish the first fleet dedicated entirely to humanitarian aid and building emerging economies with sea city bases that support the regional command structure, maritime fleet, submersible fleet, aircraft fleet, support vehicles, heavy construction equipment, and heavy farming equipment as a full compliment to humanitarian aid and emerging economy systems and processes with quick oceanic and river network logistical response and support. A description of the capabilities and missions of each fleet asset as determined by need and budgeted for is explained within the financial section of this proposal. Disclosure: The following assets are proposed fleet requirements and do not represent a contractual agreement between Millennial Foundation and the manufacturer of the assets represented. Many of the following companies may not have been contacted in relation to this proposal. The missions of each asset represents how each asset would work together in building value for global humanitarian aid and building emerging economies into the future. THE MILLENNIAL CITADEL FLEET The Millennial Citadel Fleet is a fully dedicated fleet designed to provide medical response, diplomatic response, cultural response, aircraft carrier logistical support, maintenance support, agricultural support, energy support, research support, passenger transport, submersible support and security, aircraft logistics support, utility vehicle support, heavy construction vehicle logistics, and heavy farming vehicle logistical requirements. Each fleet asset has a specific mission designed to maximize effectiveness and efficiency in the coordination of humanitarian aid and emerging economy operations even with simultaneous operations in different regions of Page 13 of 120
  • A Private Enterprise Strategy: Humanitarian Aid to Emerging Economy Proposal command areas. The fleet assets are considered shared situational resources under the management of Millennial Foundation with all partners and sponsors. The maritime fleet has unique characteristics in its design. Each ship, submarine, aircraft, and vehicle will be painted white with the Millennial Foundation logo displayed in predominant locations on each fleet asset. One of the greatest advantages of the Millennial Fleet, particularly in its maritime fleet is in capacity of eliminating some 83% of drag in order to maximize speed efficiency. Ships and boats are designed specific to the vessel mission. Generally the higher the extremes of vessel speed, the higher the costs; much like designing a Porsche or jet aircraft. Huge ship platforms increase the difficulty of extreme speeds just due to the size of wind management alone, as the frontal cross section increases. A ship traveling at 80 Knots into a 40 Knot wind, becomes an accumulative 120 Knot (hurricane level speeds) wind resistance to deal with. Aircraft routinely travel faster, but they have a much smaller frontal cross section. The engineering phase of each vessel will ultimately decide what prime power system is utilized to match the demands of the mission specification. Stability in elevated seas is a major factor in ship design, where as these HARTHTM transoceanic platforms are ultra-stable in and through elevated sea-states that affords significantly more safety, comfort, speed, and fuel economies. MARITIME FLEET The maritime fleet provides an ocean and river fleet that facilitates increased response times to natural and political disasters. The size of the fleet is one of the predominant security advantages of the Millennial Citadel Fleet. For over fifty years of humanitarian aid operation, heads of state have always had issues with foreign militaries doing reconnaissance on their shores. The maritime fleet has a unique design that is unlike any military in the world with speed and safety capabilities far superior to any global naval force. MILLENNIAL CITADEL A HUMANITARIAN AID REFUGEE FLOATING SEA CITY ⇒ The Hydro Lance™ Millennial Citadel: Mobile Floating Sea City™ – The Millennial Citadel Sea City provides a sea worthy command base to facilitate all required storage needs for the fleet, a research infrastructure for cooperative, collaborative, and implementation efforts based on the platform of commercial, and residential real estate developments. Date: 2010 Cost: US$ 30 billion Population: up to 100,000 people each Picture 2. Reed, Walter R. (2009) Approximate Dimensions: modular up to 4 miles wide Millennial Citadel Sea City™ by 5 miles long The mission of the Millennial Citadel within the Millennial Foundation fleet is four-fold: • Facilitate a place of peace for endangered refugees seeking safety; Page 14 of 120
  • A Private Enterprise Strategy: Humanitarian Aid to Emerging Economy Proposal • Develop an evolving political and economic laboratory within the Millennial Citadel Sea City to test and demonstrate theories of evolving emerging economies among international diplomats, business sponsors, and refugees with a constitutional structure, legal code, monetary/banking system, stock market, health care system, education system, welfare system, and an economic development system (see Appendix B: Millennial Foundation Monetary System and Appendix C: Millennial Foundation Welfare System); • Secure off-shore environment for corporate sponsors and partners contributing to affected economies for a specified period of time in order to test the market penetration towards building an emerging economy in an ecologically sensitive manner; • Provide research on ocean living and cultural development among refugees, employee families, and diplomatic personnel families as a part of experimental research to determine the viability for global warming rescue operations within different environmental conditions. The Millennial Foundation’s Citadel fleet will utilize its floating base for developing different culturally sensitive platforms of community, cultural, economic, and political renewal as a continual learning process. The fleet and its crew will make their homes with their families on the sea cities they are assigned to with the understanding that additional sea cities will be constructed for the purpose of building greater value in other parts of the world. Construction Period: Phase I--4 years; Phase II--3 years; Phase III--2 years Construction Methods: Each modular city section will be pre-built from materials from throughout the world and placed on the HARTHTM platform in order to facilitate land expansion efforts on a continual. Power Sources: Multiple “green” power sources will fuel the Citadel Sea City including: solar electrical generators, photovoltaic solar cells, OTEC (Ocean Thermal Energy) power plants, ‘green’ fuels and windmill generators. Food Sources: Agriculture, livestock, fish farming, sea weed cultivation, mar culture (marine agriculture), horticulture, aeroculture, fresh water distilling, rain collection, humidity condensation, and OTEC distilling. Economic Sources: Tourism, marine research exploration, nautical vessel design and production; development and construction of sea city systems for government and private enterprise use such as: military base floating sea cities, research floating sea cities, energy floating sea cities (similar to oil platforms), recreational floating sea cities, and diplomatic floating sea cities; exportation of sand and ballast dredging, mineral and metal dredging i.e., salt, magnesium, pharmaceuticals, dyes, strontium (used in fireworks, flares, etc.), Rubidium (used in photoelectric cells), copper, manganese dioxide and gold, fertilizers manufactured from seaweed, solid waste and sewage, distilling plants to provide fresh water to the sea city, fresh water to turn formerly arid lands on mainland to orchards and gardens, exportation of fresh water to distant areas on the mainland, fish farming (fish have extremely high conversion ratio of feed consumed to meat produced); fish feed can be processed from waste products, i.e., sewage, and yield of fish produced from fish farms should equal, if not exceed, the productivity of any warm-water pond; seaweed production, Page 15 of 120
  • A Private Enterprise Strategy: Humanitarian Aid to Emerging Economy Proposal scientific and technological inventions such as portable sea water-to-fresh water distilleries, more efficient photovoltaic cells, improved marine culture techniques, improved windmill design, new kinds of undersea exploration vessels, new developments in boat and floating home designs, etc. Public Transportation Systems: TIG/m™ electromagnetic high speed train and underwater "subway" system; Aero-taxi (flying and floating taxi vehicle capable of holding thirty persons), nautical taxi capable of high speed and undersea travel (12 to 100 person capacity depending upon size of vehicle). Additional public transportation systems are attachable /detachable such as the Hydro Lance™ Airport and the Hydro Lance Seaport; each containing their own individual navigation and transportation systems for scalable logistics and hub development. Private Transportation: Four person jet-air flying platform, amphibious hovercraft vehicles, sailing craft, other nautical vehicles and pedal vehicles. Sea City HARTHTM Platform Propulsion and Navigation: Twenty seven turbo electric drive water-jet/contra-rotating propeller engine systems or other prime power combinations such as HiSCORe™ silent, any-fuel closed cycle direct drives. Navigational systems are built into the structural design at the forward and aft positions. Range of Speed: 25 to 40 knots Judicial System: Given that the Millennial Citadel Mobile Floating Sea City Community existing outside the twelve mile boundary of all governing national jurisdictions Phase I of the project will contain approximately 5,000 people primarily from Millennial Foundation and diplomatic partners from sponsoring nations who will act as an focus group to lay down the founding laws and principles of the city. Because the overall community is made of several very small neighborhood communities each community might wish to develop their own ways of evolving laws. The evolving Sea City™ shall be a master Sxyzicity™ planned development, then involving numerous Architects for individual projects and structures from multiple nations within the master plan for the individual communities to evolve. Studies have pointed out that there is a strong tendency for crime in developing circumstances where individuals feel a lack of relationship with the community due to social or cultural disconnections with traditions. When a community is relatively small, connections are easier to make and maintain particularly when everyone has ownership in the outcomes and crime is usually minimized. This phenomenon is enhanced and strategically applied to the formation of communities within the Millennial Citadel Project. LIST OF PHYSICAL DESIGN ELEMENTS UPPER SEA CITY™ DECK: parks, food markets, museums, planetarium, gymnasiums, libraries; ponds, fountains, waterfalls, canals and irrigation systems, and water features; botanical gardens, amphitheaters; walking, biking, and running trails; vendor stores, kiosk areas, surface marine life observation viewing areas, restaurants, theaters, café’s, transport trolleys, major hotels, electric people mover vehicles, residential areas, recreation centers, landscaped sculptured terrain, aquariums, community meeting halls, schools, hospitals, horticulture center, aeroculture Page 16 of 120
  • A Private Enterprise Strategy: Humanitarian Aid to Emerging Economy Proposal center, farming, fish farming areas, livestock sections, horse and carriage trails, university, airport, television and radio stations, banks, offices; all-view residential communities, condominiums, and refugee habitats; government buildings and infrastructure systems, and orientation visitor centers. MIDDLE (2nd) DECK: high-speed public transport, transportation stations, electrical power plants from solar and wind power, workshops, machining center, warehouses, pharmaceutical processes, security quarters, city utility stations, solid waste sorting and shedding, filtration systems, emergency & fire command, elevator(s) components, cold-storage, packaging and certain manufacturing and process facilities. WET DECK: Ship and boat maintenance, small craft storage, loading decks, import and export docking areas, passenger terminals, staging areas, sand and dredging process plants, transport containers & staging, eco-fuel refinery sections, fueled power generation plants, steam generation plant, marine research center, undersea exploration laboratories, livestock staging, potable water distillery plants (from seawater), propane generation, calcium carbide conversion to acetylene plant, salt drying plants, sewage treatment plants, elevators components, solid-waste conversion to bio-char products & fuel plant, CNG storage, certain mining process laboratories, electrical & Cryonite™ storage, wave-power generation stations (experimental prototypes), produce distribution centers, marina, submarine launch facilities and ferry terminal. HARTH PLATFORM HULLS: Underwater observation areas, moon pools, sewage staging tanks, waste control, rain cistern tanks, fresh water tanks, fire pumping stations, treated water, sewage control tanks, thrusters, prime drivers, sonar and varied sensory systems, fuel tanks, bulk heads, double walled hulls, platform steering systems, underwater lighting system, fresh water and other pumping systems and having reserve floatation foam backfilled zones. MEDICAL RESPONSE FLEET ⇒ The Hydro Lance™ - Medical Response Hospital Ship provides medical, alternative, and surgical response services in support of humanitarian aid and nation stabilization operations. The Medical Response Hospital Ships will each come with 20 surgical rooms, 5 x-ray rooms with CAT Scan/ MRI capacity, 5 chiropractic care rooms, 15 physical Picture 3. Reed, Walter R. (2009) Hydro therapy rooms surrounding fitness room, 100 patient Lance™ Aeroscraft™ MSAC Carrier rooms with monitoring capacity for 4 patients each, disease control laboratory, medical/holistic vaccination pharmacy, patient elevators, a health research and disease control with online library connected to global academic medical schools with tele-medical capabilities, and crew quarters. General Characteristics: Page 17 of 120
  • A Private Enterprise Strategy: Humanitarian Aid to Emerging Economy Proposal Propulsion system: Gas Turbines & HiSCOrE Thrust: Direct and/or Water-jet Fuel: Bio-Fuel or JP-4 Deck Length: 1,400 ft. Deck Width: 500 ft. Flight Decks: 1 Decks: 5+ Beam: 525 feet Draft: 20 feet Displacement: 66,000 Tons Speed: 80+ Knots Personnel: Approx. 1,400: 100 Officers, 900 Enlisted & 400 Crew Cost: US$ 2 Billion Aircraft Elevators: four ⇒ Hydro Lance™ Mini-Medical Response Yacht provides focused fast response with different medical missions varying significantly. Providing ten or more smaller, super-speed, ocean-rated medical luxury vessels would be able to deploy and access critical medical support through shallow bays, unimproved beaches and major river systems in times of crises. Having minimally sufficient numbers of these 120+ Knot luxury boats assures the flexibility of handling multiple surgical and medical needs with Picture 4. Reed, Walter R. (2009) Mini- Medical Response Yacht geographically separated national interests quickly. These specialty Hydro Lance™ vessels can travel through the ocean 1,000 miles in just eight hours, without sea-sickness, wave slamming or being slowed by elevated sea-states - and with a full medical crew attachment aboard. General Characteristics: Propulsion System: Direct Thrust - Gas Turbines, HiSCOrE Auxiliary Fuel: Bio-Fuel, JP-4 or CNG Propellers: None Deck Length: 240 ft. Deck Width: 75 ft. House Space: 34,000 sq. ft. Ship Type: HARTH MSAC Flight Decks: 1 Decks: 2.5 Beam: 95 Feet Draft: 4 Feet Displacement: 500 Tons Speed: Up to 150 Knots Crew: approx. 49: 4 officers & 15 crew & 30 enlisted medical specialists Guests: 60 medical specialists Luxury: Medical Clinic - High Cost: US$ 90-150 million each Attachments: two launches and several recreational shore craft ⇒ Griffon™ River Medical Response Hovercraft provides an ambulatory response through hard to reach river systems within areas of operations because of the air cushioned landing capabilities of the hovercraft in getting to remote positions throughout the world. Page 18 of 120
  • A Private Enterprise Strategy: Humanitarian Aid to Emerging Economy Proposal General Characteristics Picture 5. Griffon Hoverwork™ (2009) BHT 180 Hovercraft Length (Hovering) 37.2 m Beam (Hovering) 15.0 m Height (Hovering) 11.2 m Passengers (Excl Crew) 180 Min. crew 2 Maximum payload 22.5 tones Endurance 6 hours Fuel consumption 650 Liters/hr Speed at full payload 45 knots Engine type 4 X MTU Approx obstacle clearance 2M Max recommended wave height 2M Cost ($ million): 5 DIPLOMATIC RESPONSE FLEET ⇒ Hydro Lance™ - Diplomatic Blue-Water Response Ship provides an environment for government and political planning, infrastructure development, legal systems needs, international trade agreements, and diplomatic relations negotiation. The Diplomatic Response Ship provides living and office suites for diplomats in each of the Diplomatic Response Ships no matter what part of the world they are located. Picture 6. Reed, Walter R. (2009) Diplomatic Blue-Water Response Ship™ - FLEET REQUIREMENTS: Condomar Class Luxury Cruise Ships The Diplomatic Response Ships will each come with enlarged 5,000 to 10,000 sq. ft. suites with up to 6 bedrooms each having walk-in closets, 3 bathrooms, family and living rooms, private galley with bar (room service available) with dining room, and laundry facilities. Connected to the living quarters with separate access to the main hall are office accommodations offering the following features: reception area with a bar, five offices – to be fully furnished, a conference room, file room, and break room. The office space comes with copy machine, computer systems with Internet, and satellite telephone systems. Each personal/office suite comes with a luxury designer décor, a personal staff consisting of: chef, butler/maids, confidentiality secretary/office manager, and a full security attachment. Page 19 of 120
  • A Private Enterprise Strategy: Humanitarian Aid to Emerging Economy Proposal Transoceanic travel speed and safety is vastly improved: 2,400 miles in 30 hours, providing extraordinary response time to world diplomatic crises while utilizing half the fuel per passenger / ton mile, having a like reduction of air pollution as compared to more conventional ships on the ocean today. These Hydro Lance™ vessels do not experience heave, pitch, roll, sway, yaw, hog or sag through elevated seas and maintains rate speeds through vessel rated high seas. These new super-stable ships means having the comfort of no-sea-sickness, or hog and sag of the ship in and through high seas, becoming not only faster, but vastly safer. General Characteristics: Propulsion system: Gas Turbines, HiSCOrE Thrusters Fuel: Bio-Fuel, JP-4 or CNG Propellers: None Deck Length: 900 ft. House Width: 200 ft. House Space: 720,000+ Sq. Ft. Ship Type: HARTH MSAC Flight Decks: 1 Decks: 4+ Beam: 200 Feet Draft: 20 Feet Displacement: 30,000 Tons Speed: 80+ Knots Crew: approx. 1,000: 100 officers & 900 enlisted Aircraft Elevators: As Required Luxury Level: High Cost: US$ 970 million ⇒ Hydro Lance™ Mini-Diplomat Response Yacht provides focused fast response with different diplomatic missions varying significantly. Providing ten or more smaller, super-speed luxury diplomatic vessels would be able to deploy and access critical talks between select leaders in privacy, far from shore, in times of crises. The matched speed aircraft carrier capabilities of these smaller HARTH MSAC ships allows for the select Picture 7. Reed, Walter R. (2009) Mini- approach and landing of various business jets for when Diplomatic Response Yacht™ - Cobra an additional key diplomatic participant is important to Class talks. Having minimally sufficient numbers of these 150 Knot luxury boats assures the flexibility of handling multiple meetings with geographically separated national interests quickly. These specialty Hydro Lance vessels can travel through the ocean 1,000 miles in just seven hours, without sea-sickness, wave slamming or being slowed by elevated sea-states - and with a capacity of designated guests aboard having a full attentive staff compliment without motion sickness effects. General Characteristics: Propulsion System: Direct Thrust - Gas Turbines, HiSCOrE Auxiliary Fuel: Bio-Fuel, JP-4 or CNG Propellers: None Deck Length: 240 ft. Deck Width: 75 ft. House Space: 32,000 sq. ft. Ship Type: HARTH MSAC Flight Decks: 1 Decks: 2.5 Page 20 of 120
  • A Private Enterprise Strategy: Humanitarian Aid to Emerging Economy Proposal Beam: 95 Feet Draft: 4 Feet Displacement: 500 Tons Speed: Up to 145 Knots Crew: approx. 33: 4 officers & 15 crew & 14 enlisted attendant specialists Guests: 42 up to 60 Luxury: Very High Cost: US$ 90-150 million each Attachments: two launches and several recreational sport crafts CULTURAL RESPONSE FLEET ⇒ Hydro Lance™ Cultural Response Ship provides an environment for high net-worth individuals and business sponsors in the coordination of planning needs and preparation within a staged cultural development environment in the areas of family education, welfare, performing/visual arts entertainment, culinary arts, business/economic development through business sponsors, social/ethical systems research, scientific research, and where humanitarian aid organizations work with Picture 8. Reed, Walter R. (2009) Cultural business sponsors and humanitarian aid organizations Response Ship™ - Condomar Class Luxury work together. Cruise Ships Suites are available for the officers, favored employees, and their families on a scheduled basis. The Cultural Response Ships will each come with enlarged 2,000 to 5,000 sq. ft. suites with a range of up to 6 bedrooms with walk-in closets and 3 bathrooms, and standard features of office/ meeting room, front room, galley with bar (room service available) with dining room, laundry facilities, and personal maid/butler services with security attachment if required, for all of our business and humanitarian aid partners. Such ships shall not experience pitch, roll, heave, yaw, sway, hog or sag and perform with up to seven times the fuel economies per ton or passenger mile traveled, with a like reduction of pollution, as compared with conventional ships on the ocean today. This HARTH ultra-stability in elevated seas results as a stable platform at sea – no sea-sickness and vastly safer. Making a 2,400 mile trip would require only 30 hours of time. General Characteristics: Propulsion system: Gas Turbines, HiSCOrE Fuel: Bio-Fuel, JP-4 or CNG Propellers: None Deck Length: 1260 ft. House Width: 240 ft. House Space: 700,000+ Sq. Ft. Ship Type: HARTH MSAC Flight Decks: 1 Decks: 4.5 Beam: 240 Feet Draft: Under 20 Feet Displacement: 39,000 Tons Speed: 80 Knots Page 21 of 120
  • A Private Enterprise Strategy: Humanitarian Aid to Emerging Economy Proposal Crew: approx. 900: 100 officers & 800 enlisted Guests: 1,400 Luxury Level: Very High VTOL Elevators: Two Cost: US$ 1.6 billion ⇒ Hydro Lance™ Littoral Cultural Response Vessels provides focused fast response with different cultural missions varying significantly. Providing ten or more smaller, super-speed luxury cultural response vessels deployed would facilitate critical talks between select leaders in privacy, far from shore, in times of crises. The matched speed aircraft carrier capabilities of these smaller HARTH MSAC ships allows for the select approach and landing of various business Picture 9. Reed, Walter R. (2009) Cultural jets for when an additional key diplomatic Response Yacht – Littoral™ Class Luxury participant is important to talks. Having Yacht minimally sufficient numbers of these 150 Knot luxury boats assures the flexibility of handling multiple meetings with geographically separated national interests quickly. These specialty Hydro Lance vessels can travel through the ocean 1,000 miles in just seven hours, without sea-sickness, wave slamming or being slowed by elevated sea-states - and with all designated guests aboard having a full attentive staff compliment in a comfort absent of motion sickness. Propulsion System: Direct Thrust - Gas Turbines, HiSCOrE Auxiliary Fuel: Bio-Fuel, JP-4 or CNG Propellers: None Deck Length: 240 ft. Deck Width: 75 ft. House Space: 30,000 sq. ft. Ship Type: HARTH MSAC Flight Decks: 1 Decks: 2.5 Beam: 95 Feet Draft: 4 Feet Displacement: 500 Tons Speed: Up to 150 Knots Crew: approx. 49: 4 officers & 15 crew & 30 enlisted attendants Guests: 60 Luxury: Very High Cost: US$ 90-150 million each Attachments: three launches and several recreational sport crafts AIRCRAFT CARRIER FLEET ⇒ The Hydro Lance™ MSAC Command Aircraft Carrier provides air-traffic control systems for coordination with each of the other aircraft carriers for logistical support within humanitarian aid thru emerging economy services and operations throughout Page 22 of 120 Picture 10. Reed, Walter R. (2009) MSAC Command Aircraft Carrier™
  • A Private Enterprise Strategy: Humanitarian Aid to Emerging Economy Proposal the regional fleet. This ship’s MSAC capability extends flight decks infinitely for maximum landing and take-off safety of aircraft. General Characteristics: Propulsion system: Gas Turbine Direct Thrust & Silent HiSCOReTM Auxiliary Propellers: Two jet drives - Auxiliary Speed: Up to 150 Knots Electronics: Full Compliment Deck Length: 1,800 feet House Width: 850 feet Flight Decks: 3 Decks: 7 Crew: approx. 1,200: 200 officers & 1,000 enlisted specialist Cost: US$ 2.2 billion Aircraft Elevators: As Required ⇒ Littoral Tactical Command Aircraft Carrier provides for deployed stealth tactical surveillance and designated theater command. Able to launch and receive smaller jet and propeller driven aircraft of limited numbers, as well as rotary winged airborne craft and UAV’s, this very fast vessel extends the fleets tactical reach and intelligence quickly within extended assigned areas. Picture 11. Reed, Walter R. (2009) Tactical Command Aircraft Carrier™ - Littoral Class General Characteristics: Aircraft Carrier Propulsion System: Direct Thrust - Gas Turbines, HiSCOrE Auxiliary Silent Running Fuel: Bio-Fuel, JP-4 or CNG Propellers: None Deck Length: 240 ft. Deck Width: 75 ft. House Space: 32,000 sq. ft. Ship Type: HARTH MSAC Flight Decks: 1 Decks: 2.5 Beam: 95 Feet Draft: 4 Feet Displacement: 1,200 Tons Speed: Up to 145 Knots Crew: approx. 33: 4 officers & 15 crew & 14 enlisted specialists Cost: US$ 90-150 million each Fuel Range: 1500 miles Attachments: Shore launch, UAVs and two resonance aircraft. ⇒ Hydro Lance™ Security Aircraft Carrier provides passenger and security air-traffic control systems, state- of-the-art intelligence, navigation, and logistical support for all passenger & security fleet aircrafts. The Security Aircraft Carrier will likely become the fastest and most stable of its kind anywhere on earth extending a MSAC Page 23 of 120 Picture 12. Reed, Walter R. (2009) Security Aircraft Carrier
  • A Private Enterprise Strategy: Humanitarian Aid to Emerging Economy Proposal flight deck, of 2,200 feet in length, infinitely in order to facilitate logistical requirements for the Airbus A380 and the Antonov AN 225 Mryias for the safest possible landing and take-off requirements, as well as for transient storage at lower deck levels. General Characteristics: Propulsion system: Gas Turbines Propellers: Two Jet Drives Deck Length: 2,200 feet Deck Width: 840 feet Flight Decks: 3 Decks: 4 Beam: 900 feet Crew: approx. 1,800: 200 officers & 1,600 enlisted specialist Cost: US$ 2.3 Billion Type: HARTH MSAC Carrier Aircraft Elevators: As Required Speed: 155 Knots ⇒ The Hydro Lance™ Cargo Aircraft Carrier provides joint security and military operations command, logistical air, maritime, and submersible command support with intelligence, fleet management, strategic planning, risk management, and project implementation in humanitarian aid and nation stability operations. The Humanitarian Security Ship will also facilitate military technology research and development through real-world applications testing. Picture 13. Reed, Walter R. (2009) Cargo Aircraft Carrier™ General Characteristics: Propulsion system: Gas Turbines Propellers: None Deck Length: 2,400 feet Deck Width: 240 feet Flight Decks: 1 Decks: 4+ Crew: approx. 1,200: 200 officers & 1000 enlisted Cost: US$ 1.1 Billion Aircraft Elevators: As required SMALL PATROL CRAFTS ⇒ Hydro Lance™ Special Ops Interceptor provides joint special mission operations in support of security reconnaissance within high risk regions in diplomatic and cultural responses supporting humanitarian aid and nation stabilization operations. General Characteristics: Picture 14. Reed, Walter R. (2009) Special Propulsion system: Gas Turbines Ops - Interceptor Class Super Speed Thrusters: 4 Vessels Deck Length: 120 Page 24 of 120
  • A Private Enterprise Strategy: Humanitarian Aid to Emerging Economy Proposal Deck Width: 75 feet Speed: Over 160 Knots Decks: 2.5 Crew: approx. 20: 8 officers & 12 enlisted specialist Type: HARTH, specialized vessel Armor: Ceramic Composite Draft: 3 feet Beam: 82 feet Cost: US$ 45 million + avionics Speed/Force Rating: 7 Beaufort ⇒ Hydro Lance™ Super-Speed Patrol Craft provides security of coastal zones from drug smuggling, poachers and insurgents while also supporting special mission operations in support of security reconnaissance and enforcement within high risk regions in diplomatic and cultural responses for the support of humanitarian aid and nation stabilization operations. Picture 15. Reed, Walter R. (2009) Super- Speed Patrol Craft™ General Characteristics: Propulsion system: Gas Turbines Thrusters: 4 - HiSCORe Auxiliary Deck Length: 140 Deck Width: 75 feet Speed: Over 130 Knots Decks: 2.5 Crew: approx. 20: 8 officers & 12 enlisted specialist Type: HARTH, specialized vessel Armor: Ceramic Composite Draft: 3 feet Beam: 90 feet Electronics: Full compliment Cost: US$ 45 million + avionics Speed/Force Rating: 7 Beaufort MAINTENANCE SUPPORT FLEET Hydro Lance™ - Maintenance & Salvage Ship provides at sea repair and maintenance cycle support for all maritime, submarine, aircraft, and vehicle fleets including: parts inventory, heavy lift and transport systems. General Characteristics: Propulsion system: HiSCOrE Picture 16. Reed, Walter R. (2009) Propellers: Four Jet-Drives Maintenance and Salvage Ship™ Deck Length: 1,600 feet Deck Width: 400 feet Heavy-Lift: Recovery / Transport Decks: 5+ Crew: approx. 200: 50 officers & 150 enlisted specialist Page 25 of 120
  • A Private Enterprise Strategy: Humanitarian Aid to Emerging Economy Proposal Cost: US$ 650 million Speed: 80 Knots Helipads: Two Draft: 15 Feet Attachments: Two helicopters, four powered Boston Whaler boats ⇒ Picture 17. Reed, Walter R. (2009) Heavy Picture 18. Reed, Walter R. (2009) Heavy Lift Construction Ship™ - Front View Lift Construction Ship™ Hydro Lance™ HARTH™ Heavy-Lift Construction Ship carries the required heavy equipment, tools, materials and components to gain access to un-improved beach or coves and fully construct a community of buildings, homes, utilities and agriculture with the specialized crew to accomplish such tasks, enlisting local capabilities where possible. The ultra-stable HARTH platform does not experience chafing of sand and gravel at shore-side, remains stable in waves, also having a shallow draft to gain access to shallow bays, beaches and shorelines. The high Blue-Water speeds of this ship provides for a rapid response to distress areas anywhere in the world. General Characteristics: Propulsion system: Gas Turbines & HiSCOrE Propellers: None - Jet Drives Deck Length: 1,200 feet Deck Width: 240 feet Flight Decks: 1 Decks: 7 Beam: 260 feet Draft: 20 feet, maximum Displacement: 80,000 Tons Speed: 75 Knots / Force 9 Beaufort Crew: 60: 20 officers, 30 ship crew and 600 enlisted specialist Heavy Equipment: Basic Inventory Included Cost: US$ 1.5 billion The Hydro Lance™ Construction Equipment Ship carries, maintains, and deploys heavy construction equipment, heavy farming equipment, support vehicles, vehicle maintenance and repair parts inventory, and operates a full support garage with tools, machines, electronic diagnostic equipment, and cranes for heavy lift maintenance repair of humanitarian aid equipment required for operations. General Characteristics: Picture 19. Reed, Walter R. (2009) Remote Market-Fast Container, Cargo & Passenger Ship Page 26 of 120
  • A Private Enterprise Strategy: Humanitarian Aid to Emerging Economy Proposal Propulsion system: Gas Turbines/HiSCOrE Propellers: None - Jet-Drives Deck Length: 1,600 feet Deck Width: 300 feet Flight Decks: 1 Decks: 4+ Crew: approx. 40: 10 officers & 30 enlisted Speed: 80 Knots / Force 8 Beaufort Type: HARTH RO-RO, Heavy Lift, Cargo Draft: 15 Feet Cost: US$ 390 million Helipads: One Page 27 of 120
  • A Private Enterprise Strategy: Humanitarian Aid to Emerging Economy Proposal Hydro Lance™ RO/RO PAX Vehicle Cargo Ship carries and deploys emergency vehicles and heavy transport vehicles with humanitarian aid equipment such as: camping tents, cots, sleeping bags, cooking equipment, clothing, and construction tools/equipment. The RO/RO PAX Vehicle Cargo Ship also provides for family refugee placement services in connection with the Millennial Citadel. Picture 20. Reed, Walter R. (2009) RO/RO PAX Vehicle Cargo Ship General Characteristics: Propulsion system: Gas Turbines HiSCOrE: Two Jet-Drives Auxiliary Deck Length: 2,300 feet Deck Width: 320 feet Helipad / VTOL Pads: 1 optional Decks: 4.5 Draft: 20 Ft. Speed: 70 Knots / Force 9, Beaufort Beam: 340 Feet Type: HARTH RO-RO / PAX Crew: approx. 100: 20 officers & 105 enlisted specialists Passengers: 400 Freight: 15,200 feet of trucks and vehicles Cost: US$ 1.1 billion Hull Loads: 6,000 feet of rail cars AGRICULTURE SUPPORT FLEET The Hydro Lance™ Livestock Transport Ship provides deployment of farm animals that may include, but not be limited to: horses, cattle, sheep, goats, pigs, and chickens in support for food chains, logistics, humanitarian aid and nation stabilization operations. The HARTH ship relieves stresses on livestock, having no heave, pitch, roll, sway or yaw. Features RO-RO and livestock walk-on access, shallow draft for shallow bays Picture 21. Reed, Walter R. (2009) and un-improved beach access thus expanding the Livestock Transport Ship™ market reach and shortens livestock drives. General Characteristics: Propulsion system: HiSCORe™ Jet-Drives: 2 Deck Length: 600 feet Deck Width: 220 feet Flight Decks: 1 Decks: 3.5 Beam: 220 feet Draft: 10 feet Displacement: 3,200 Tons Speed: 75 Knots Crew: approx. 60: 10 officers & 50 enlisted specialist Cost: US$ 38 million Type: HARTH™ Page 28 of 120
  • A Private Enterprise Strategy: Humanitarian Aid to Emerging Economy Proposal ⇒ Hydro Lance™ - Sea-Train™ Food Replenishment Ship provides multi-environmental greenhouse production, orchard production, refrigerated foods, grain production, commodities and storage, in support of humanitarian aid and nation stabilization operations. The greenhouse/atrium garden barges will each have monitored environmental controls to facilitate the required needs of different Picture 22. Reed, Walter R. (2009) Food plant life vegetation and fruit producing trees. Sea- Replenishment Ship™ - Sea Train Class Train Greenhouse Replenishment Cars will also facilitate dry and refrigerated storage systems and containers that are necessary to maintain fresh food reserves. General Characteristics: Propulsion system: Gas Turbines HiSCOrE: Application - Thrusters Train Length: 13,400 Feet (3 miles) Deck Width: 60 feet Helipad / VTOL Pads: 1 Decks: 3+ Draft: 20 Ft. Speed: 80 Knots / 70 Knots, Force 9 Beaufort Beam: 60 Feet Type: HARSH Cargo, Bulk & Freight Crew: approx. 200: officers / 40 enlisted Train Cars: Deployable Cost: US$ 460 million ENERGY SUPPORT FLEET Hydro Lance™ Stable Ocean Based Wind Farms – Wind energy is well understood and widely deployed on land. Land based wind farms are subject to the irregular presence of wind, but such farms located far out in sea may be located in known 30-40 Knot ‘constant wind zones’ and being mobile, so as to take advantage of temporary locations in the path of major storms. The HARTH platforms can be designed for stable mooring locations in known hurricane or typhoon storms Picture 23. Reed, Walter R. (2009) approaching zones. Each such ship produces many Windmill Power Ship™ - Wind Farm Class megawatts (100-300+ Peak Megawatts) of free energy which is directly converted on-board to safe, bio-friendly CryoniteTM’ for the energy storage of the power generated. Fleets may produce sufficient amounts for an entire city or country. This new energy storage commodity is periodically transported by Hydro Lance tender ships for transport to communities where this ‘fresh ocean-air commodity’ may directly power HiSCOrETM engines for electric power generation, vehicles - and may also be directly injected through an expander into insulated rooms or boxes for food storage, fish storage, refrigeration and air-conditioning. Individual land-side distribution may be accommodated in small cryogenic Dewars or with the same logistics and equipment as propane is distributed today. Usage results with zero pollution and fresh air, without having any carbon footprint. Page 29 of 120
  • A Private Enterprise Strategy: Humanitarian Aid to Emerging Economy Proposal General Characteristics: Propulsion system: HiSCOrE™ Jet-Drives: Two to Four Deck Length: 1,600 feet Deck Width: 360 feet Helipad: 1 Decks: 7 Beam: 400 feet Draft: 20 feet Displacement: Speed: 60+ Knots / Force 10 Beaufort Crew: Intermittent attendance: 3-20: 3 officers & 17 enlisted Cost: US$ 330 million each Hydro Lance™ Liquid Natural Gas (LNG) Terminals and Transport Platforms – Large HARTH ultra-stable ocean platforms afford the capability for placing LNG terminals far out to sea, if just for safety. Placing any LNG terminal at or approximated to nearby (40-50 miles) populated areas is just plain reckless. While this fuel medium is destined to be a major energy component of many countries and communities, off- load terminals are fraught with risks, regardless of the Picture 24. Reed, Walter R. (2009) Liquid Natural Gas Platform™ - Liquid Energy many safeguards. One human or mechanical error in Class any of the processes or equipment connections, and the resulting explosion would be huge; having been compared to a 20-30 Kiloton nuclear bomb. Alternatively, by placing these terminals far out to sea on a HARTH stable platform, would minimize such risks significantly. Additionally to a terminal off-load, the mammoth sized HARTH platform not only can off-load LNG transport ships, but then convert that LNG to CNG (Compressed Natural Gas) and consume large portions of this cleaner fuel for electrical power generation on-board. That power is then safely transmitted to shore and the existing grid via sea-floor insulated power cable. This then removes the otherwise more conventional sequential product handling steps which significantly lowers the cost of energy delivery. These ultra-stable platforms are powered and mobile, allowing such an investment to move out of the way to safety from any approaching major hurricane, typhoon, or warning of terrorist activity. High-speed HARTH LNG transport ships further reduce the logistical costs of transoceanic delivery. The elevated platforms of the Hydro Lance ships provide un-paralleled ventilation of these specially designed on-board, Nitrogen Gas Blanketed LNG Dewar tanks and composite pressurized CNG tanks, maximizing safety. General Characteristics: Propulsion system: Gas Turbines / HiSCOrE Deck Length: 3,200 feet Deck Width: 840 feet Helipads: 2 Decks: 9 Beam: 900 feet Draft: 20 feet Displacement: Speed: 40 knots Type: Mobilized HARTH Terminal / Energy Generation Page 30 of 120
  • A Private Enterprise Strategy: Humanitarian Aid to Emerging Economy Proposal Crew: approx. 1,200: 200 officers & 1000 enlisted rotated specialist Cost: US$ 2 billion Hydro Lance™ - High Speed Fuel Tanker Ship provides fuel replenishment for maritime, submersible, air, and vehicle fleet in support of humanitarian aid and nation stabilization operations while also facilitating fuel supplies to the Millennial Citadel from regional oil producing locations. These fuel economic vessels have no bow wake either at high or low speeds. Picture 25. Reed, Walter R. (2009) High Speed Fuel Tanker Ship™ General Characteristics: Propulsion system: Gas Turbines & HiSCORe™ systems Propellers: Jet-Drives Deck Length: 1,400 feet Deck Width: 400 feet Flight Decks: 1 Decks: 6 Beam: 440 feet Draft: 15 Feet Displacement: 16,800 Tons Speed: 85 Knots / Force 8 Beaufort Crew: approx. 80: 10 officers & 60 enlisted specialist Cost: US$ 460 million Helipad: One The Hydro Lance™ Fuel Replenishment Ship, capable of transporting up to 2 BSF of CNG or 620,000 cubic yards of fuel, the HARSH™ Sea- Train™ is transoceanic through elevated sea-states at speeds of 80 Knots, assuring the most expedient replenishment of devastated communities and any designated market or ports. The shallow draft assures access to shallow bays with individually deployed train barges, collectively or separately to a plurality of harbors. Panamex friendly and all canal friendly, these deployed train barge sections may be self- Picture 26. Reed, Walter R. (2009) Fuel Replenishment Ship - Sea Train Class powered and operate autonomously by GPS coordinates and micro electronics in place. Propulsion system: Gas Turbines HiSCOrE™: Powers Thrusters Train Length: 13,400 ft. (3 miles) Deck Width: 60 feet Helipad / VTOL Pads: 1 Decks: 3+ Draft: 15 to 20 Feet Speed: 80 Knots / 70 Knots Force 9 Beaufort Beam: 60 Feet Type: HARSH RO-RO Crew: approx. 60: 20 officers / 40 enlisted Train Cars: Individually Deployable Cost: US$ 390 million Page 31 of 120
  • A Private Enterprise Strategy: Humanitarian Aid to Emerging Economy Proposal RESEARCH SUPPORT FLEET Hydro Lance™ Research Replenishment Ship provides sea food production research, harvest systems, tide research, mapping, fishery trends, and weather patterns in support of humanitarian aid and nation stabilization operations. The Research Replenishment Ship provides an oceanic base for multi-national research cooperation for shared research, sampling, evaluation, and submersible vessel deployment / retrieval. Holds of freezer, refrigerated and saltwater Picture 27. Reed, Walter R. (2009) aquariums afford either preservation of species or as to Research Replenishment Ship sustain specimen life. General Characteristics: Propulsion system: HiSCORe™ Jet Drives: 2 Deck Length: 400 feet Deck Width: 160 feet Helipads: 1 Decks: 4 Beam: 180 Draft: 8 feet Displacement: 2,200 Tons Speed: 80 Knots / Force 9 Beaufort Crew: approx. 100: 30 officers & 70 enlisted specialist Cost: US$ 95 million each Type: HARTH ⇒ Hydro Lance™ Research Craft - are fast (60-80 Knots) and ultra-stable in and through the vessels maximum Beaufort scale design size. Hydraulic lowered platforms and moon pools may be incorporated for water level scuba access, samples, traps and instrument deployment. Full electronics affords radar coverage, satellite real time weather reports, GPS positioning, imaging, night vision and Picture 28. Reed, Walter R. (2009) communications. The shallow draft and stability Research Craft allows for beach access through waves without chaff. Special thrusters provide for unparalleled station keeping in addition to ‘tractor turn’ capabilities. Vessel design sizes may be built to any tonnage and desired Beaufort scale sea-state stability as required by the client. General Characteristics: Propulsion system: HiSCOrE Jet Drives: 2 Deck Length: 100 feet Deck Width: 40 Decks: 1.5 Type: HARTH, Marine Research Beam: 60 feet Draft: 3 feet Displacement: 60 Tons Speed: 70 knots / Force 7, Beaufort Scale Page 32 of 120
  • A Private Enterprise Strategy: Humanitarian Aid to Emerging Economy Proposal Crew: 20: 4 officers & 15 enlisted specialist Cost: US$ 3.6 million Hydro Lance™ Ocean Life Research Ship provides research into sea life renewable resources that may facilitate healthcare, energy, and new innovations into the improvement of vital eco-systems within ocean environments. Designed with live-aquarium tanks, deep water retrieval, refrigeration, heavy lift gantries, and spacious crew quarters, this vessel is capable of passage at 75 Knots through a Force 8 Sea State having ultra- stability through a Force 9 sea-state and capable to carry Picture 29. Reed, Walter R. (2009) Ocean and deploy / retrieve deep-dive research or rescue Life Research Ship submarines. General Characteristics: Propulsion system: HiSCOrE Jet Drives: 2 Deck Length: 980 feet Deck Width: 250 Decks: 4.5 Type: HARTH, Marine Research Beam: 260 feet Draft: 20 feet Displacement: 14,600 Tons Speed: 75 knots / Force 8 Beaufort Scale Crew: 120: 20 officers & 100 enlisted specialists Cost: US$ 230 million Fuel: Any; Green or Fossil Page 33 of 120
  • A Private Enterprise Strategy: Humanitarian Aid to Emerging Economy Proposal PASSENGER TRANSPORT FLEET ⇒ Hydro Lance™ Fast Passenger Transport expediently transports passengers at 120 Knots utilizing half of the fuel per passenger / ton mile with a like reduction of air pollution as compared to conventional. These Hydro Lance vessels do not experience heave, pitch, roll, sway, yaw, hog or sag through elevated seas and maintains rate speeds through vessel rated high seas. These new ships open the infrastructure of coastal highways at a fractional cost of building new roads and Picture 30. Reed, Walter R. (2009) highways and may open commerce and trade between Passenger Fast Ferry™ - Raptor Class communities, vastly extending the range of commuting in the comfort of no-sea-sickness. 100 miles = One Hour commute time / 500 miles = 4.2 hours. Unique off-load and load systems will also significantly shorten turn-around times, and all without passenger motion sickness. General Characteristics: Propulsion System: Direct Thrust - Gas Turbines, HiSCOrE™ Thrusters Fuel: Bio-Fuel, JP-4 or CNG Propellers: None Deck Length: 240 ft. House Width: 100 ft. House Space: 48,000 sq. ft. Ship Type: HARTH™ Flight Decks: 1 Decks: 3 Beam: 120 Feet Draft: 6 Feet Displacement: 700 Tons Speed: 120+ Knots Crew: approx. 49: 4 officers & 15 crew & 30 enlisted attendants Passengers: 710 Luxury: Elevated Cost: US$ 38-46 million each ⇒ Passenger Super-Speed People and Cargo Transport Retired Airliner HARTHTM Conversions, currently noting retired, but serviceable commercial airliner located in desert storage sites, remain flight- ready but un-economic for commercial application due mostly to the rising costs of JP-4 fuel. These aircraft, then converted to HARTH ocean fast-ferries affords an economic fleet of both people and cargo movers, Picture 31. Reed, Walter R. (2009) Fast worldwide and may be tuned to the utilization of bio- Ferry™ - Ensenada Class fuel or CNG. The above image is examples a Page 34 of 120
  • A Private Enterprise Strategy: Humanitarian Aid to Emerging Economy Proposal converted and capacity expanded Boeing 727-200 airliner conversion to a 710 passenger high- speed ferry. Generally, the most capital intensive costs of ship building are the prime power system, the bridge, the electronics and interiors, which are included with the re-cycled airliner. The aircraft has the prime power, full electronics, interior seating, service systems, the bridge and sophisticated controls in place - and these ‘salvage airliners’ can be purchased and flown to the port of construction at economic costs. Conversion to the HARTH™ ocean-qualified vessels, specific to a client’s requirements, remains as the incremental capital costs. Such Hydro Lance conversions travel at 120+ Knots with ultra-stability through elevated rated sea states. The conversion shown has high-speed passage through Force 7 and 8 Beaufort Scales. A trip of 800 nautical miles would be less than Seven hours in duration and accomplished with far superior economies as compared to the original aircraft, per passenger or ton mile of cost comparisons. The aircraft is structurally cradled, eliminating all its original fuselage stresses - and the HARTH ship conversion experiences no heave, roll, pitch, yaw, sway, hog or sag – no motion-sickness, for the passengers, thus opening coastal and island ocean highways in comfort at more affordable passage prices. These ships may also transport refugees from disaster zones. General Characteristics: Propulsion System: Direct Thrust - Gas Turbines Fuel: Bio-Fuel, JP-4 or CNG options Propellers: None Deck Length: 160 ft. House Width: 120 ft. House Space: 21,000+ Sq. Ft. Ship Type: HARTH MSAC Flight Decks: 1 Decks: 3 Beam: 140 Feet Draft: 6 Feet Displacement: 800 Tons Speed: Up to 140 Knots Crew: approx. 49: 4 officers, 8 crew & 28 enlisted attendants Capacity: 700 passengers (or) 250 Passengers +Ro-Ro Cargo / Freight Luxury: Moderate or custom Cost: US$ 15-26 million each Attachments: None Picture 32. Reed, Walter R. (2009) Passenger Fast Ferry™ - Raptor Extended Class Hydro Lance™ Fast Ferries sized from 80 to over 1000 passenger capacities travel at designed vessel speeds from 60 to over 100 Knots utilizing half the fuel per passenger mile with no pitch, roll, heave, yaw or sway (no sea-sickness) and shallow draft which affords oceans to become commuter highways while having access to shallow bays and beaches, thus affording a fast, less Page 35 of 120
  • A Private Enterprise Strategy: Humanitarian Aid to Emerging Economy Proposal expensive way of extending transport infrastructure in second and third world countries at a fraction of the cost of building landside highways. General Characteristics: Propulsion system: Gas Turbines Thrusters: 360 degrees, 4 each Deck Length: 220feet Deck Width: 120 feet Decks: 2.75 Passengers: 710 Beam: 140 feet Draft: 6 feet Displacement: 520 Tons Speed: 100 knots / Force 8 Beaufort Crew: approx 42: 8 officers, 34 enlisted specialists Cost: US$ 46-62 million, depending on size, luxury levels and client specification ⇒ Hydro Lance™ – Retired Airliner Conversions to HARTH Super-Fast RO-PAX Ferries at a capital cost of half or less than building a like capacity vessel from scratch. Re-cycling at its best, these vessels are ideal for second and third world countries mass- transport, creating coastal ocean highways. Typically cruise rated at over 120 Knots, being ultra-stable (no seasickness) and having the capital savings of duplicating the bridge (cockpit), full electronics (existing), interior passenger seating (existing), prime and auxiliary power (existing), baggage and cargo Picture 33. Reed, Walter R. (2009) compartment (existing), while the wet-deck of the HARTH™ L-1011 Conversion Super Speed RO-PAX supporting HARTH ship structure can be expanded for additional passengers, or cargo or lounge areas to client specifications. South Seas Island connections, the long unimproved West African Coastline and island communities are just examples where trade and commerce would begin to flourish with opening the coast ocean highway system that such an economic operating fleet would affect. General Characteristics: Propulsion system: Gas Turbine Thrust Propellers: none Thrusters: 8 Deck Length: 160 Deck Width: 160 feet Flight Decks: 2.5 Decks: 7 Beam: 180 feet Type: L-1011 Conversion, HARTH RO-PAX Passengers: 250 Crew: approx. 5,000: 500 officers & 4,500 enlisted Cargo: 300+ Tonnes Displacement: 800 Tons Optional: Only Passengers: 820 seating* Speed: 100 Knots / Force 8 Beaufort Cost: US$ 26-34 million *Luxury – Elevated, Lounge, Bar, Service Page 36 of 120
  • A Private Enterprise Strategy: Humanitarian Aid to Emerging Economy Proposal HOVERCRAFT FLEET ⇒ Griffon™ BHT 180 Hovercraft (Great Britain) - The mission of the Griffon BHT 180 Hovercrafts within the Millennial Foundation fleet has multiple missions in the following configurations: Griffon™ Hovercraft Cargo Transport provides cargo transport from ship to land in support of humanitarian aid operations. Picture 34. Griffon Hoverwork™ (2009) BHT Griffon™ Hovercraft Passenger Transport provides 180 Hovercraft passenger transport to and from ships and rescue operation areas. Griffon™ Hovercraft provides high-speed access of inland waterways, lakes, beaches, swamps, bogs, frozen seas, lakes, tundra, and rivers. General Characteristics: Length (Hovering) 37.2 m Beam (Hovering) 15.0 m Height (Hovering) 11.2 m Passengers (Excl Crew) 180 Min. crew 2 Maximum payload 22.5 tones Endurance 6 hours Fuel consumption 650 Liters/hr Speed at full payload 45 knots Engine type 4 X MTU Approx obstacle clearance 2M Max recommended wave height 2M Cost: $5 million Page 37 of 120
  • A Private Enterprise Strategy: Humanitarian Aid to Emerging Economy Proposal SUBMERSIBLE FLEET The submersible fleet will be stored under dry-dock condition on heavy lift ships within the fleet for required operational missions including fleet security response and research purposes. US Submarine™ (Phoenix) Command Rescue Submarine provides submerged strategic planning, implementation, and command operations for all submerged fleet assets within international operation theatres. General Characteristics: Operating Depth: 305 m Picture 35. US Submarines™ Phoenix 1000™ Passengers: variable Length: 213 ft 65.0 m Beam: 26 ft 8.0 m Hull diameter: 6.7 m Draft: 7.0 m Weight: 1500 tons Max. Speed: 18 knots Submerged Range: 240 nm Max. Mission Time: 360 hrs Life Support: 460 hrs Docking Mini-subs: 3 Submersible Lock-out: 1 Diver Lock-out Hatch 5 person Cost: $80 million ⇒ US Submarine™ (Nomad) Command Security Submarine provides submerged security command operations for all submerged fleet assets. The command rescue submarine will provide all strategic planning and implementation operations within operational theatres. General Characteristics: Operating Depth: 305 m Picture 36. US Submarines™ (2009) Passengers: 10 Nomad 1000™ Length: 20.0 m Beam: 3.70 m Height: 5.80 m Draft: 2.70 m Weight: 72.5 tons Max. Speed: 12 knots Submerged Range: 60 nm Max. Mission Time: 120 hrs Life Support: 200 hrs Docking Mini-subs: 2 Submersible Lock-out: 1 Diver Lock-out Hatch 2 person Page 38 of 120
  • A Private Enterprise Strategy: Humanitarian Aid to Emerging Economy Proposal Cost: $25 million ⇒ US Submarines™ (Explorer) Support Submersible provides submerged support for rescue, security, and oceanic research operations. The support submersible facilitates a single person operation in conducting support services to each ship and submersible at sea. General Characteristics: Picture 37. US Submarines™ (2009) Explorer 1000™ Operating Depth: 305 m Passengers: 2 Length: 4.0 m Beam: 1.90 m Height: 2.32 m Draft: 1.56 m Weight: 2800 kg Max. Speed: 4 knots Submerged Range: 24 nm Max. Mission Time: 24 hrs Life Support: 72 hrs Submersible Lock-out: 1 Diver Lock-out Hatch: 2 person Cost: $2 million ⇒ BAE™ - Talisman Unmanned Mini-Sub (Great Britain) – The Talisman Unmanned Mini-Sub mission within the Millennial Foundation fleet is to provide security to fleet, with underwater surveying, mine counter-measures (MCM), and survey and oceanographic tasks. General Characteristics: NEC Picture 38. BAE™ (2009) Talisman Unmanned Mini-Submarine™ With network enabled capability, Talisman is able to be linked into a network of unmanned asset and combat system elements providing a complete unmanned fleet capable of multiple operational requirements. Multi-role approach Common system elements for autonomy and communications, coupled with a reconfigurable structure, enable mission flexibility and provide for a wide range of capabilities. Page 39 of 120
  • A Private Enterprise Strategy: Humanitarian Aid to Emerging Economy Proposal Designed to operate in littoral waters from vessels of opportunity, Talisman interfaces for single shot vehicles, such as Archerfish and survey vehicles, enable the extension of capability for a wide range of mine counter-measures (MCM), survey and oceanographic tasks. Design The free-flooding hull and internal pressure vessels containing the electronics systems and payloads are manufactured from lightweight carbon fiber composite. Communications to and from the vehicle are via Wi-Fi or Iridium SatCom while surfaced or acoustic communications when submerged. Mission parameters can be preconfigured prior to launch with full operator intervention facility throughout the mission. Talisman autonomously navigates to a high degree of accuracy during its mission, typically 5 meters. Propulsion and control is by means of externally mounted vector able thrusters’ pods, whilst the maneuvering controller provides a full hovering and 360° turn capacity. The basic collision avoidance system is being extended to implement sophisticated technology from the BAE Systems Advanced Technology Centre with algorithms developed for unmanned ground vehicles. This will enable incorporation of decentralized data fusion and shared situational awareness techniques from the community of UK research organizations including the SEAS DTC. A full suite of batteries provides endurance of up to 24-hours. This is enabled due to the hybrid diesel propulsion system which will, long term, push endurance to several days. Payloads Talisman carries both integrated and variable payloads and as standard is equipped with a suite of environmental sensors. Payload options are mission or role specific and include sonar systems and other UUVs such as Archerfish (hyperlink to relevant page). Cost: $5 million Page 40 of 120
  • A Private Enterprise Strategy: Humanitarian Aid to Emerging Economy Proposal AIRCRAFT FLEET ⇒ Aeros - Aeroscraft ML 866 (United States) – The Aeroscraft ML 866 within in the Millennial Foundation fleet offers three different configuration missions with the capacity to deploy Sikorsky S-92s, Bell 609 Tilt- rotors and Bell Eagle Eye UAVs from the air or on- ground for relief, security measures, and cargo with hovercraft capabilities at sea and land: Aeroscraft ML 866 Surgical Air Hospital: The Picture 39. Aeros Corporation™ (2009) Aeroscraft ML 866 Surgical Air Hospital will provide Aeroscraft ML 866™ tele-medical support from academic based medical centers and satellite connections with regional partner hospitals to facilitate medical overflow requirements. The surgical air hospital provides sufficient altitude to offer sufficient security to facilitate uninterrupted surgical procedures while facilitating patient stabilization enroot to regional medical centers. Aeroscraft ML 866 Air Command Airship: The Aeroscraft ML 866 Command Ship offers an observatory configuration with the cutting-edge technologies for communications, air traffic control, security, logistical support systems, office systems, and sleeping quarters. Each of the interior configurations will come from these two designs. Picture 40. Aeros Corporation (2009) Interior Configurations Aeroscraft™ ML 866 Cargo Airship: The Aeroscraft™ ML 866 Cargo Airship will provide cargo lift to remote areas without the need for an airport and facilitates. The Aeroscraft™ ML 866 Cargo Airship supports humanitarian aid and heavy equipment transport for construction and agricultural development. General Characteristics: Speed Range: 138 mph 222 kmh Operating Altitude: 12,000 ft 3,657 m Max Range: 3,100 mi 5,000 km Page 41 of 120
  • A Private Enterprise Strategy: Humanitarian Aid to Emerging Economy Proposal Overall Length: 210 ft 64 m Overall Width: 118 ft 36 m Overall Height: 56 ft 17 m Cabin Area: 5,382 ft2 500 m2 Cost: $50 million ⇒ Airbus A380 – The Airbus A380 within the Millennial Foundation fleet provides three different configuration missions: Airbus A380 Surgical Ambulance Aircraft: The Airbus A380 Surgical Ambulance will provide tele- medical support from academic based medical centers and satellite connections with the Medical Response Ship and regional partner hospitals located near airports to facilitate medical overflow requirements Picture 41. Airbus™ (2009) Airbus A380™ using a similar interior design as the diplomat aircraft (below). Airbus A380 Diplomat Aircraft: The logistical structure for the Airbus A380 within the fleet will be at propositioned regional hubs and on each Hydro Lance™ Security Aircraft Carrier to facilitate readiness, faster logistic cycles, maintenance cycles, training, and operational demands for regional needs. The Airbus A380 is the world’s largest passenger aircraft and is designed to handle the ambulance and passenger Picture 42. Avion Microsiervos™ (2009) configurations required for humanitarian operations. Airbus A380 Interior Design Airbus A380 Passenger Aircraft: The passenger aircrafts will provide transportation needs of diplomatic, business sponsor, and trained volunteer personnel to and from theatres of operations throughout the world and facilitate Millennial Foundation transport needs globally. General Characteristics: Picture 43. Airbus™ (2009) Interior Seating Aircraft Dimensions Page 42 of 120
  • A Private Enterprise Strategy: Humanitarian Aid to Emerging Economy Proposal Metric Imperial Overall length 73.0 m. 239 ft. 3 in. Height 24.1 m. 79 ft. 7 in. Fuselage diameter 7.14 m. 23 ft. 5 in. Maximum cabin width Main deck: 6.58 m Main deck: 21 ft. 7 in. Upper deck: 5.92 m Upper deck: 19 ft. 5 in Cabin length 49.90 m. 163 ft. 8 in. Wingspan (geometric) 79.8 m. 261 ft. 8 in. Wing area (reference) 845 m2 9,100 ft2 Wing sweep (25% chord) 33.5 degrees 33.5 degrees Wheelbase 30.4 m. 99 ft. 8 in. Wheel track 14.3 m. 46 ft. 11 in. Basic Operating Data Metric Imperial Engines Trent 900 or GP 7000 Trent 900 or GP 7000 Engine trust range 311 kN 70,000 lb. slst Typical passenger seating 525 525 Range (w/max. passengers) 15,200 km 8,200 nm. Max. operating Mach number 0.89 Mo. 0.89 Mo. (Mmo) Bulk hold volume – Standard/option 17.3 cu. m. 650 ft3. Design Weights Tonnes lb x 1000 Maximum ramp weight 562 1,239 Maximum takeoff weight 560 1,235 Maximum landing weight 386 851 Maximum zero fuel weight 361 796 Maximum fuel capacity 310,000 Liters 81,890 US gal. Typical operating weight empty 276.8 608.4 US gal. Typical volumetric payload 66.4 145.5 Costs: $300 million Page 43 of 120
  • A Private Enterprise Strategy: Humanitarian Aid to Emerging Economy Proposal ⇒ The Antonov AN 225 Mryia provides air cargo missions. The logistical structure of the Antonov AN 225 Mryia within the fleet will be at pre-positioned regional hubs to facilitate readiness, faster logistic cycles, maintenance cycles, training, and operational demands for regional needs. The Antonov AN 225 will make regular flights from its regional hub to pick-up regional and international humanitarian aid supplies for current or future preparedness of its Picture 44. Antonov™ (2009) Antonov™ AN Picture 45. Antonov™ (2009) Antonov™ AN 225 Mryia™ 225 Mryia™ Interior Capacity region of the world. The Antonov AN 225 is the world’s largest cargo aircraft and is designed to handle 450 tons of cargo with a rear cargo door that facilitates quick loading and off-loading of cargo. The Antonov AN 225 will also provide logistical support for transporting heavy equipment from sponsoring nations to regional theatres of operation. General Characteristics: Geometrical Characteristics: Metric Length 84.0 m. Wingspan 88.4 m. Height 18.1 m. Door dimensions (W x H), cm 640 x 440 Cargo hold (L x W x H) cm 4,335 x 640 x 440 Useable volume, m3 1,300 Wing area, m3 905.0 Crew and passengers: Crew members 6 Passengers 70 Mass and capacity Dry mass, t. 350 Maximum weight to take off, t. 600 Payload mass, t. 250 Motorization Type ZMKB Progress D-18 Number of turbofans 6 Thrust of each turbofan, kN 229 Performance Normal speed, km/h 700 Maximal speed, km/h 850 Page 44 of 120
  • A Private Enterprise Strategy: Humanitarian Aid to Emerging Economy Proposal Operating range (empty/full), km 15,400/4,500 Ceiling (maximum/cruise), m 11,145/10,000 Take-off run with maximum payload, m. 3,500 Wing loading, kq/m2 662.9 Costs: $325 million ⇒ Honda HA 420 Jet™ provides short range executive and diplomatic passenger transport to or from airports or any one of the Millennial Maritime Ships in order to facilitate jet transportability between ships and land. The Honda HA 420 Jet will also facilitate provide worldwide travel to humanitarian operation sites that require logistical support General Characteristics: Picture 46. Honda Aircraft Company™ (2009) Honda HA 420 Jet™ Crew: 1-2 crew members Capacity: 5 passengers Length: 41.70 ft 12.71 m Wingspan: 39.87 ft 12.15 m Useful load: 665 lbs Max. takeoff weight: 9,200 lbs 4,173 kg 2X GE Honda HF 120 turbofan engines 1,800 lbf each (Bypass Ratio- 2.9) 8.04 kN each Performance: Max. speed: (420 KTAS) 483 mph 778 kmh Cruise speed: (420 KTAS) FL300 Range: (VFR Range) 1,400 nm (1,611 mi) 2,593 km Service ceiling: 43,000 ft 13,107 m Rate of climb: 3,990 ft/min 20.27 m/s Avionics: Garmin G1000 glass cockpit Cost: $3.9 million Page 45 of 120
  • A Private Enterprise Strategy: Humanitarian Aid to Emerging Economy Proposal Sikorsky S-64F Erickson Skycrane provides heavy lift capacity for external cargo transport to remote locations such as forests or mountain areas that would not otherwise have accessibility in support of humanitarian aid missions. The Skycrane is the only purpose built sky crane in existence. General Characteristics: Picture 47. Sikorsky Aerospace™ (2009) Sikorsky™ S-64F Erickson™ Skycrane™ Imperial Metric Max. Gross Weight: 47,000 lbs 21,320 kg Max. Hook Weight: 25,000 lbs 11,340 kg Max. Cruise Speed: 104 kts 192 km/hr Max. Range: 240 miles 444 km Fuselage (Fuselage is not pressurized) Length* 69 ft 8 in 21.20 m Width* 7 ft 1 in 2.13 m Width Landing Gear* 21 ft 10.7 in 6.67 m * Fuselage Only – External Dimensions Main Rotor Main Rotor Diameter: 72 ft 2.85 in 22.7 m Disc Area: 4.098.2 sq ft 368.8 sq m Tail Rotor Tail Rotor Diameter: 16 ft 4.90 m Disc Area: 201.1 sq ft 18.7 sq m Landing Gear Main Gear: Twin Tires Nose Gear: Single Tire Wheel Base: 24 ft 4.32 in 7.43 m Power Plant (2 Pratt and Whitney jftd12a-4a) Max. Power Available: 9,600 SHP Single Engine Limit: 4,800 SHP / 30 min Page 46 of 120
  • A Private Enterprise Strategy: Humanitarian Aid to Emerging Economy Proposal Design Power: For two engine operation at takeoff, the transmission total power is limited to 7,900 SHP for 30 minutes, and must not exceed 7,600 SHP at maximum continuous power. Cost: $35 million ⇒ Sikorsky Aerospace - Sikorsky S-92 Helicopter is a medium lift helicopter designed for large passenger capacity, medium internal and external cargo lift, and will act as the primary helicopter because of its multiple mission capabilities of ambulance, passenger, and medium cargo lift with hydraulic rear door. General Characteristics: Picture 48. Sikorsky Aerospace™ (2009) Sikorsky™ S-92 Helicopter Crew: 3 (pilot, co-pilot, observer) Passenger Capacity: 19 passengers Dimensions: Imperial Metric Fuselage Length 56ft 2in 17.10m Fuselage Width 12ft 9in 3.89m Fuselage Height 14ft 2in 4.32m Main Rotor Diameter 56ft 4in 17.17m Tail Rotor Diameter 11ft 3.35m Cabin: Normal Seating 19 Width 6ft 7in 2m Height 6ft 1.83m Length 20ft 6.1m Baggage Volume 140ft³ 3.96m³ Weights: Gross Weight, Internal Load 26,150lb 11,862kg Empty Weight, Civil Transport 15,500lb 7,030kg Empty Weight, International Utility 15,200lb 6,893kg Gross Weight, External Load 28,300lb 12,837kg External Cargo Hook Capacity 10,000lb 4,535kg Page 47 of 120
  • A Private Enterprise Strategy: Humanitarian Aid to Emerging Economy Proposal CT7-8 Engines (SL, ISA) Ratings: Twin Engine, Take-Off 2,500shp 1,864kW Maximum Continuous 2,043shp 1,524kW OEI, 30 Second 2,740shp 2,043kW OEI, 2 Minute 2,523shp 1,881kW OEI, 30 Minute 2,400shp 1,790kW Performance (Sea Level, ISA, 26,150lb/11,861kg): Maximum Speed 165kt 306km/h Best Range Speed 136kt 252km/h Range 475nm 880km Hover OGE 7,125ft 2,172m Hover IGE 11,320ft 3,450m Cost: $25 million ⇒ Bell/Agusta Aerospace Companies - Bell 609 Tiltrotor Helicopter provides air security support for enforcement transport, passenger, ambulatory, cargo, and humanitarian missions. While the Bell 609 Tiltrotor will have multiple interior configurations to fit security force needs, the craft will provide a strong operational presence in the air and on the ground. Picture 49. Bell/Agusta Aerospace Companies™ (2009) Bell 609 Tiltrotor™ Helicopter General Characteristics: Imperial Metric Dimensions Length Overall 44 ft 13.31 m Overall Height 15 ft 4.50 m Rotor Diameter 60 ft 18.29 m Propulsion Powerplants (2) Pratt & Whitney PT6C-67A Turbo shaft Engine Ratings AEO Take Off Power 2 x 1,938 hp TBD OEI (limit @ ISA + 20c) 2,130 hp TBD Page 48 of 120
  • A Private Enterprise Strategy: Humanitarian Aid to Emerging Economy Proposal Weights* Maximum Takeoff Weight 16,800 lbs 7,631 kg Maximum Useful Load 5,500 lbs 2,500 kg Capacities Required Crew 1-2 Passenger Seating 6-9 Baggage Compartment 50 cu ft 1.41 cu m Maximum Cruise Speed (TAS) 275 kt 509 km/hr HOGE (ISA, MGW, AEO) 5,000 ft MSL 1,510 m Service Ceiling (MCP) (All Engines) 25,000 ft 7,550 m O.E.I. (ISA, MGW) 12,800 ft MSL 3,866 m Maximum Range* (no reserve) 750 nm 1,389 km Cost: $20 million ⇒ Bell TR 918 Eagle Eye UAS provides high altitude aerial reconnaissance for survivor search, security intelligence, and mission operations and will be the first phased effort to search for human life and track border patrol surveillance within areas of operation. The Bell Eagle Eye UAV will be attached to the Air Command Ship but will have operational controls availability from the Air Command Ship and the Bell 609 Tilt-rotor Arial Reconnaissance Aircrafts. Picture 50. Bell Helicopters™ (2009) Bell TR General Characteristics: 918 Eagle Eye UAS Imperial Metric Length 18 ft. 3 in. 5.56 m. Main rotor diameter (2x) 10 ft. 0 in. 3.05 m. Height 6 ft. 2 in. 1.88 m. Main rotor area: 157 ft2 14.6 m2 Powerplant (1x) Pratt & Whitney Canada PW207D turbo shaft, 641 hp (478 kW) each Performance Maximum speed 225 mph 360 km/h Endurance 6 hours Service ceiling 20,000 ft 6,096 m Cost: $12 million Page 49 of 120
  • A Private Enterprise Strategy: Humanitarian Aid to Emerging Economy Proposal HUMANITARIAN AID TO EMERGING ECONOMY A PHASED APPROACH Phase I – Diplomatic Terms Negotiation (Government Sponsored): Priorities: 1. Extent of damage within the affected region must be understood through constant monitoring through Unmanned Arial Vehicle (UAV) surveillance systems 2. Itemization of cost analysis with time commitment for relief efforts through emerging economic development 3. Establish through contract all expectations for outsourced relief/emerging economy outsourcing Phase II - Secure Area (Government Sponsored): Priorities: 1. Secure all airports, airstrips, and sea ports for transportation needs 2. Secure borders surrounding area of disaster including all potential threats that may be of a moderate risk 3. Secure access from harbors for fleet landing Phase III - Rescue and Setup (Government Sponsored): Priorities: 1. Provide full-range medical response to disaster refugees with a passenger response to the Millennial Citadel Sea City 2. Provide cultural development channels to begin the healing process of the heart in connection with the Millennial Citadel Sea City and the Cultural Response Ship and Yachts 3. Unload heavy construction equipment for rescue operations 4. Unload heavy farming equipment for agricultural development operations 5. Open agricultural and energy channels for refugee relief 6. Open all logistic channels for sea, air, and land traffic 7. All necessary operational equipment is setup with base camps at strategic regional sites and communication channels established 8. Begin refugee transport operations Page 50 of 120
  • A Private Enterprise Strategy: Humanitarian Aid to Emerging Economy Proposal Phase IV – Cultural Development (Income Opportunity in creating the cultural infrastructure that takes the people from survival to self- actualization (Maslow, 1943) : This phase will come from the academy/institute structure of Millennial Foundation in developing and promoting the talents of humanity in finding the uniqueness of the solutions that lie within them: Family Development Academy: Family Education Institute, Family Health Institute, Family Welfare Institute; Picture 51. Tuffley, David (2009) Business Development Academy: Product/Service R&D Institute, Maslow’s Hierarchy of Human Needs Management and Incubation Institute, Finance Institute; Pyramid, Griffeth University Public Service Academy: Political and Volunteerism Institute, Public Administration Institute, Constitutional and Legal Issues Institute; Cultural Arts Development Academy: Performing Arts Institute, Visual Arts Institute, Preservation of the Arts Institute; Environmental Life Academy: Earth Life Institute, Animal Life Institute, Agricultural Life Institute; and Balance of Life Academy: Spiritual Life Institute, Intellectual Life Institute, and Physical Life Institute. The purpose of each academy and institute is to bring unity between families, businesses, and political organizations in cooperatively and collaboratively solving problems through government and corporate sponsored private enterprise solutions. The academies and institutes provide collaborative and cooperative services that integrate prosperity models of building greater production than consumption in serving the needs of humanity. As each academy and institute is established, joint partnerships are developed with the public and private sectors for restoration and clean-up operations through utilizing the Millennial Foundation fleet of heavy construction and farming equipment in removing all of the debris and recycling for use in the reconstruction or renovation of buildings, establishing food and shelter protocols for refugees and survivors in promoting cultural research and development operations. Research operations are also required to facilitate the growing need to understand the conditions of the disaster, prevention measures, and implementation for improved results. To provide such research Millennial Foundation will implement a cooperative and collaborative joint research partnership. Priorities: 1. Establish volunteer infrastructure for community and economic development among political, religious, family, business, and social leadership within the Millennial Foundation academy and institute structure Page 51 of 120
  • A Private Enterprise Strategy: Humanitarian Aid to Emerging Economy Proposal 2. Facilitate master planning for clean-up efforts with allocation of resource protocols and international/domestic channels for cooperative and collaborative efforts 3. Government, Business, and Residential building and service infrastructure renovation, development, and construction updated to Millennial Citadel compatible capacities 4. Create employment and entrepreneurial opportunities for all eligible individuals and organizations in disaster planning and clean-up efforts as a joint effort with Millennial Foundation Phase V – Emerging Economy Leadership (Income Opportunity through Outsourced Public, Corporate, and Private Development Infrastructure and Management): This phase offers the development of supply chain structures through the involvement of collaboration and cooperation of all six academies/institutes and the Millennial Foundation government and business partners in establishing classifications and coordinated coaching and auditing of the following: 1. Political, Legal Development, and Enforcement Systems: The development and implementation of required political policies, processes, and legal systems to determine order and establish consistency of political message, processes, rights, and responsibilities for integration into represented cultures with the enforcement systems maintained through an appointed judiciary with police and defense agents who administer justice according to the agreed upon legal requirements constitutionally established 2. Monetary Systems: The development and evolutionary process of monetary currency structures, value basis, international exchange rates, trade agreements, and economic/monetary policies involving national fiat and private currencies 3. Accounting and Taxation Systems: The development and evolutionary process of generally accepted accounting practices, tax systems, rates, and economic testing and measures data 4. Equity Market Systems: The development and evolutionary process of asset value, ownership, and debt structures through investment principles of anticipated future value against risk management 5. Economic Development and Trade Systems: The development and evolution of mining, manufacturing, wholesale, retail, and service industries that facilitate integrated economic competition and cooperation internally and externally 6. Education and Training Systems: The development and evolution of charter primary, high school, universities, and training curriculum management with accreditation structures in place for maximum family life and workforce capacity with new innovations in solving all levels of human pain and discomfort 7. Human Needs Risk Protection Systems: The development and evolution of consumer protection, environmental impact, public safety, employment, retirement, healthcare, shelter, clothing, food & drug, fire arms, discrimination, and social services Page 52 of 120
  • A Private Enterprise Strategy: Humanitarian Aid to Emerging Economy Proposal As each system is planned and under development, Millennial Foundation will engage in joint clean-up and recycling efforts in order to facilitate resources for government, business, and residential real estate rehabilitation and new construction efforts. Priorities: 1. Establish international outreach and acceptance of testing and measures to facilitate processes and systems of Emerging Economic development 2. Increase community and economic development through business relocation and entrepreneurial incubation 3. Establish international diplomatic relationships among worldwide government organizations 4. International acceptance of monetary and equity markets 5. Expanded trade partnerships to facilitate international acceptance of products and services This phase will come from the "laboratory" efforts within the Millennial Citadel Sea City and the evolving economy of the emerging area in transforming traditional structures, processes, and systems to improve efficiency and effectiveness in the sharing of influence between government, business, and family communities in how they exchange value between each other. As new service and product innovations are developed, licensing agreements developed, expanding partnerships shared, and influences promoted, our combined efforts will change humanity into a sustained peaceful and prosperous people. TRANSFORMING DISASTERS AND BLIGHTED ZONES Poverty, extreme poverty, blighted areas and disaster zones impose huge amounts of financial resources, trained specialist and response assets just to achieve rapid emergency shelter, medical and food logistics; often not available for protracted time periods. Further, such distressed areas are most frequently underscored by poor economies and extreme poverty, isolated from commerce, jobs, sufficient food supplies, infrastructure, clean water supplies, proper waste water drainage and treatment and utilities. The result of even the best of international efforts, usually resolve back to same or worse conditions after such out-reach events than the original social / economic conditions as has persisted for decades. Obvious examples of these situations are seen from the central belt of Africa to in the Philippines and from Indonesia, areas of the middle-east and even in developed countries as seen with the Katrina Hurricane. Such disasters are not just limited hurricanes, typhoons, tornadoes, flooding, mud-slides, earthquakes, volcanoes or a tsunami, but also to disease outbreaks, nutrition deficiencies, food supplies and military conflicts. Complications for making positive changes are numerous, such as the centuries old tribal factions quest for power and security, corrupted political regimes, social casts, religious conflict, logistical access, distance and isolation and a disregard for ‘human rights’. Natural disasters worldwide not only occur, but have a tendency to strike in sequential waves of time, followed with times of fewer occurrences. Solving these issues requires not only master disaster response planning, but master planning that is individually tailored to specific geographical and social zones in order to bring about both an economic and social sustaining improvement thus lifting human rights to life. Lastly, no master plan is complete unless the disadvantaged zone results with sustaining jobs, Page 53 of 120
  • A Private Enterprise Strategy: Humanitarian Aid to Emerging Economy Proposal agriculture, flourishing live stock, adequate family dwellings, emergency shelters, logistics, effective transportation, infrastructure with both civil and political stability. The Millennial Foundation, Inc. brings with it an assembly of new technologies and capabilities which make possible facilitation of such ambitious human rights objectives. Responding to Acts of God of disasters and human distress are components of the Citadel Feet including ‘first response and relief’ super- fast ships, having real stability in waves or elevated sea states and having shallow drafts for access into shallow bays and even safely beaching (See the Picture 52. Reed, Walter R. (2009) Millennial Citadel Fleet section). Floating Sea City™ Picture 53. Reed, Walter R. (2009) HARTH™ Picture 54. Reed, Walter R. (2009) HARTH™ Passenger Freighter First Response Relief Ship Fast HARTHTM Response Relief Ships – Night or Day Additionally to the first response ship above, carrying rescue, emergency shelters, supplies, food and emergency medics with some Doctors and portable equipment, their remains the need for emergency surgical and hospital capabilities. This would be accomplished by an 80 Knot high- speed hospital ship, also ultra-stable through elevated seas and having a shallow draft for access to decimated ports, shallow bays and even beaching (See Citadel Fleet section). This fully staffed ship is equipped with the latest diagnostic equipment, scanners, Doctors, nurses, aides and supporting staff with landing pads for helicopters and/or transport VTOL craft. Page 54 of 120
  • A Private Enterprise Strategy: Humanitarian Aid to Emerging Economy Proposal Picture 55. Reed, Walter R. (2009) HARTH™ Picture 56. Reed, Walter R. (2009) Hospital Ship Mobile Medical Clinics Hospital Ship – HARTHTM 80+ Knot Technology – Mobile Medical Clinics Following the first phase of emergency assistance, massive reconstruction of dwellings, infrastructure, energy, roads, local commerce, civil management, law enforcement, agriculture, plumbing, waste management and communities to functional, self-sustaining levels of life. Beginning this process is the arrival of new capabilities of Construction Ships, which contain heavy equipment, prefab components, materials and crews with a sequential plan of re- construction of the affect communities to a better situation than before such distressful evens. These uniquely designed heavy-tonnage Hydro LanceTM ships offer this capability, reaching such zones at several times the speed of any ship in the ocean today. Picture 57. Reed, Walter R. (2009) HARTH™ Picture 58. Reed, Walter R. (2009) HARTH™ Fast, Heavy-Lift Container-Barge Ship Fast, Heavy-Lift Container-Barge Ship – Front Break Away View Fast HARTHTM Construction Ships Accesses Unimproved Beaches and Shallow Bays Further, these construction ships are equipped with new structural technologies such as InsulKorTM, SxyzicityTM Inhabitable Space FramesTM and HARTH vessel geometrics for completion of intrinsically stable, inhabitable, seismic isolated structures elevated to mitigate the effects of floods, tsunami’s and typhoons or hurricanes, assuring permanency of a safer Page 55 of 120
  • A Private Enterprise Strategy: Humanitarian Aid to Emerging Economy Proposal habitation. This system allows both for structural construction on flat ground and select seismic stable hillside, thus dramatically increasing available real estate within the same geographic foot print, while providing larger, more functional, greener and comfortable living spaces. Even the containers on the construction and supply ships, once emptied, are converted and kit remodeled habitats, affecting a superior re-cycling program of surplus shipping containers worldwide. Such systems include on-board capabilities for the manufacture of permanent structural building panels, intrinsically inhabitable space frames, road and infrastructure building equipment, energy generation systems, as well as agricultural equipment; all centered in a lower carbon footprint and sustainable installed systems. Crews on board are also trained as instructors to assist in the training of local citizens in necessary trades, construction methods and cooperation. Below is exampled the transformation of an extreme poverty zone, before and after, into a self-sustaining, green community becoming a contribution to local and national economies and social harmony, inclusive agriculture, horticulture and aeroculture, sanitation, jobs, commerce, schools and higher learning. Only with this master planned approach can a depressed society be elevated to on-going prosperity and peace, as example in the following proposed rehabilitation of a poverty zone... Blighted, Extreme Poverty Zone Before Transforming… Picture 59. Reed, Walter R. (2009) Blighted Picture 60. Reed, Walter R. (2009) Blighted Zone Construction Blighted Zone – Before… Page 56 of 120
  • A Private Enterprise Strategy: Humanitarian Aid to Emerging Economy Proposal Picture 61. Google Earth™ (2009) Coastal Blight Blighted Zone – After Transformation… Picture 62. Sxyzicity, Inc™ (2009) Lifting Blight SxyzicityTM Structures – Urban Poverty Transformations Page 57 of 120
  • A Private Enterprise Strategy: Humanitarian Aid to Emerging Economy Proposal Picture 63. Sxyzicity Inc™ (2009) Inhabitable Picture 64. Sxyzicity Inc™ (2009) Pyramid Space Frame Design Design Structure Sustaining, Self-Sufficient Eco-Green Structures Achieves Annual Energy Parity Picture 65. Sxyzicity, Inc™ (2009) Structural Picture 66. Sxyzicity, Inc™ (2009) Structural Design – Water Fountain Design – Swimming Pool Picture 67. InsulKor, Inc™ Picture 69. InsulKor, Inc™ (2009) (2009) Containers Picture 68. InsulKor, Inc™ Containers Converted to (2009) Containers Converted Dwellings and Schools to Commercial Buildings Page 58 of 120
  • A Private Enterprise Strategy: Humanitarian Aid to Emerging Economy Proposal STRUCTURED INTO SEISMIC ISOLATION, TYPHOON AND FLOOD SAFETY… Multiplied Real-Estate Picture 70. Sxyzicity, Inc™ (2009) Flat Land 71. Hillside Structures MASTER PLANNED INTEGRATED TRANSPORTATION TIG/m, LLC Transport Systems… Picture 72. TIG/m, LLC™ (2009) Electric Picture 73. TIG/m, LLC™ (2009) People Trolley Network Moving Airborne Craft Picture 74. TIG/m, LLC™ (2009) Monorail and Mag-Lift Systems Hydro Lance™ Ocean Transport People-Moving Systems Page 59 of 120
  • A Private Enterprise Strategy: Humanitarian Aid to Emerging Economy Proposal Picture 75. Reed, Walter R. (2009) Picture 76. Reed, Walter R. (2009) 80+ Knot Ocean Rated Nirvana Class Fast Ferry Super-Stable Passenger Ferries Waste to BioChar™, Water Treatment and Sanitation & Carbon Sequestration Picture 77. BioChar, Inc™ (2009) Solid Waste to Bio-Char, Energy, and Fuel - The Process Picture 78. BioChar, Inc™ (2009) Bio-Char™ Picture 79. BioChar, Inc™ (2009) Soil Sample Replenishment Growth Comparison Page 60 of 120
  • A Private Enterprise Strategy: Humanitarian Aid to Emerging Economy Proposal Picture 80. BioChar, Inc™ (2009) Picture 81. BioChar, Inc™ (2009) Bio-Char™ Soil Smaller Bio-Char™ System Picture 84. BioChar, Inc™ (2009) Commercial Market Value Picture 82. BioChar, Inc™ Picture 83. BioChar, Inc™ (2009) AFTER Blight (2009) BioChar™ Fields BioChar™ Replenishment Soils Transformation – A Self Sustaining Community… Page 61 of 120
  • A Private Enterprise Strategy: Humanitarian Aid to Emerging Economy Proposal Picture 85. Sxyzicity, Inc™ (2009) Inhabitable Space Frames: Urban Blight Reclamation Sustaining Jobs, Sanitation, Energy, Commerce, Food Supplies, and Quality Dwellings means… the lifting and sustaining of human rights in an ecologically friendly manner. ENHANSING ISOLATED COMMUNITIES… Small communities within numerous islands of vast disconnected communities of islands from the Marshal Islands to the Philippines to Indonesia, Malaysia and beyond are frequently populated by small populations cut-off from trade routes, commuting, deep water access, refrigeration and fossil energy, depend mostly on living-off-the-land and sea – subject to the distress of storms, draughts and seasonal food shortages. Relatively simple changes open up these communities to participate in world trade, have reliable renewable energy for lights, refrigeration, communications and a chance to participate in world commerce. For example, HARTHTM stabilized floating piers could accommodate visiting ships and open a supply channel with the outside world. Sunshine powered refrigerated warehouses could freeze or chill both local fish catches and vegetables or fruits to stabilize seasonal harvest / demand cycles with the surplus becoming an export product. Picture 86. Sxyzicity, Inc™ (2009) Solar Energy Dome™ Solar Energy self-sufficient year around, this space frame dome structure is highly insulated, having a vertical axis solar tracking photovoltaic array also providing continuous ventilated shading of the Page 62 of 120
  • A Private Enterprise Strategy: Humanitarian Aid to Emerging Economy Proposal insulated structure. Eutectic salts store surplus daytime cold production for make-up in nighttime hours as needed, produced from cathodic-well thermal exchanged refrigeration system. Fast Hydro Lance passenger / cargo shallow draft ships from the Citadel fleet can routinely visit these communities for trade and intra-island commuting, expanding the reach of human rights. Picture 87. Reed, Walter R. (2009) Remote Picture 88. Reed, Walter R. (2009) High- Market-Fast Container, Cargo & Passenger Speed Container Barge Ship Ship Fast RO-PAX & Container Barge Hydro Lance™ Shallow Draft Ships Island nations have reported un-checked raiding of their fishing territories for decades, especially in western Pacific Ocean by fishing trawlers, mostly of China origins and some of Japan or Korea origins. This results in depleted food reserves for their own needs and communities and diminished commercial competitive opportunities. Most island nations, spread over wide spans and areas of ocean, are unable to afford sophisticated coastal patrol craft to intercept these offenders in violations of international law. This condition is due to low budgets and having conventional, slow moving ocean enforcement vessels, if any. Such island nations or communities would have access to the Citadel fleet for assistance with such enforcement of their fishing international rights with special HARTHTM Patrol and pursuit craft to intercept and detain such offenders and violations. Picture 89. Reed, Walter R. (2009) Picture 90. Reed, Walter R. (2009) HLS-5 HARTH™ Black Dabilia: MSAC Luxury Twin Gas-Turbine Powered Patrol Craft™ HARTH™ Fast Yacht Page 63 of 120
  • A Private Enterprise Strategy: Humanitarian Aid to Emerging Economy Proposal Hydro LanceTM HARTHTM Technology 120+ Knot High-Performance Patrol Craft Social Political instability of terrorist and insurgents also threaten the sovereignty of such island nations being spread out over great spans of ocean. These small nations and communities have no defenses or budgets to gain security and management of the various islands, resulting in a constant struggle for stability and peace of their citizens. Such communities would then have access to the Citadel fleet and special forces units for assistance to mitigate such destabilizing offenders. Picture 91. Reed, Walter R. (2009) Picture 92. Reed, Walter R. (2009) HARTH™ Special Mission: HL Fast Boat HARTH™ HL Manta Dart Millennial Special Forces Enforcement Assistance The need for highly indebted poor countries (HIPC) to quickly overcome climate issues has never been higher. The best way to solve the issues surrounding climate crisis is to bring a cooperative free-enterprise effort sponsored by developed corporate partnership and international diplomatic cooperation in taking these HIPC nations from climate disaster to sustainable emerging economies. As HIPCs begin to find relief from the efforts of Millennial Foundation and our partners, the creation of wealth will be based upon the principles of family cooperative volunteerism and corporate medium sponsorship as a collective collaborative effort that produces greater value than what is consumed for stakeholders. 2.3 Benefits The benefits that are realized from the Millennial Citadel Fleet solution and the expertise from the Millennial Foundation partners in designing, project managing, constructing, funding, and deploying the largest humanitarian aid fleet on earth for the purpose of conducting emerging economy development for highly indebted poor countries (HIPC) in harmony with global initiatives while expanding the market reach of business throughout the world. Page 64 of 120
  • A Private Enterprise Strategy: Humanitarian Aid to Emerging Economy Proposal The benefits described herein are based on meeting the following requirements for diplomatic partners, business development partners, humanitarian aid and social development partners, and relief beneficiary stakeholders: DIPLOMATIC PARTNERS Diplomatic Partners: The benefits available to diplomatic partners utilize the following elements: sea cities, humanitarian aid fleet, humanitarian aid operations, emerging economy operations, and scientific research. Floating Sea Cities (Each Command Region) 1.Offices and living quarters for heads-of-state and diplomat attaché’ who want to enjoy the Picture 93. Ford, Tom (2009) The London Summit 2009: Stability, Growth, and Jobs exclusive benefits of a floating island resort http://www.businessoffashion.com/tag/tom-ford community 2. Access to private yachts, submarines, quadskis, hovercrafts, helicopters, and airships within the fleet for private retreats and confidential meetings within the attached areas of command 3. Business laboratory that has the capacity of testing political theories and changes before they are presented or implemented within partner nations as a benchmark for case study evidence 4. Climate change refugee laboratory in determining the use of sea cities as the basis of refugee relief from global warming with a benchmark on the performance of disaster refugees to rebuild their lives under safer conditions 5. Millennial Foundation managed cultural healthcare, education, welfare, monetary systems, equity and bond market management, tax revenue administration for emerging economy laboratory research and implementation 6. Global leadership conferences for diplomatic coordination of trends and events Humanitarian Aid Fleet (Each Command Region) 1. Portions of the fleet will be built in each of the G-20 nations to add to the pride of each G-20 nation and to facilitate economic growth through the increase in direct and indirect employment as a result of contracts for development of individual components of the Millennial Citadel Fleet. 2. Offices and living quarter suites for heads-of-state and their diplomatic attaché’ aboard the Diplomatic Response Ship dedicated to the international diplomatic community 3. Access to unused support vehicles for personal purposes while a guest of Millennial Foundation Page 65 of 120
  • A Private Enterprise Strategy: Humanitarian Aid to Emerging Economy Proposal 4. Research and development of new technologies in humanitarian aid operations and national emerging economies in preparation for use by military and commercial sectors Humanitarian Aid Operations (Each Command Region) 1. Coordination efforts between businesses, NGOs, educational institutions, health care organizations, government departments and agencies, and global organizations that is efficient and productive with sufficient funding to carry-out all operations no matter their size or complexities. 2. Reduction of contributions going to humanitarian aid while facilitating domestic business expansion into new emerging economies 3. Joint operations with humanitarian aid community in building and maintaining a lasting peace within areas of conflict or potential conflict 4. Testing of new technologies in preparation for government and commercial uses Emerging Economy Development (From Each Distressed Nation) 1. Percentage of Millennial Foundation employees or contractors from Nation to increase employment rates internationally 2. Shared percentage of distressed national GDP for ten years 3. Shared percentage of distressed tax revenues collected for ten years 4. Expansion of diplomatic influence and wealth throughout the world in sharing abundance in the development of emerging economies with a high personal and political return-on- investment Scientific Research (Throughout All Operations) 1. Scientific research and discoveries coordination for increased ocean life population with special considerations for protected species, plant life, and echo systems while balancing the needs of humanitarian aid and emerging economy needs 2. Scientific research and discoveries coordination for planetary systems of enhanced weather tracking, tide, water temperatures, internal and external contaminations, soil conditions, plant life, animal life disruptions, terrain mapping, trends with systemic probable outcomes, and solution options 3. Expansion of healthcare, welfare, and educational research and development based on methodical primary and secondary research Millennial Foundation offers the above benefits to the diplomatic community in consideration of trends in outsourcing government services to private enterprise, the desire of members of the diplomatic community to gain wealth, influence, name recognition for the accomplishment of initiatives that are praise worthy among the majority of constituents while building value for themselves and their nation. Page 66 of 120
  • A Private Enterprise Strategy: Humanitarian Aid to Emerging Economy Proposal BUSINESS AND EMERGING ECONOMY PARTNERS Business Partners: The benefits available to business partners utilize the following elements: sea cities, humanitarian aid fleet, humanitarian aid operations, scientific research, and emerging economy operations. Floating Sea Cities (Each Command Region) 1. Offices and living quarters for corporate officers and their families who want to enjoy the exclusive benefits of a floating island Picture 94. Tankear, Eva (2009) Global resort community Business Leaders at the World Business Summit in Copenhagen, Denmark – 2. Access to private yachts, submarines, en.cop15.dk/.../news/view+news? quadskis, hovercrafts, helicopters, and airships newsid=1368&tip=1 within the fleet for private retreats and confidential meetings within the attached areas of command 3. Retreat for investors, deserving employees, and customers Humanitarian Aid Fleet (Each Command Region) 1. Offices and living quarter suites for corporate officers and their families aboard the Cultural Response Ship dedicated to the cultures of the international business community and the people they serve 2. Access to unused support fleet assets for personal purposes while a guest of Millennial Foundation Humanitarian Aid Operations (Each Command Region) 1. Coordination efforts between businesses, NGOs, educational institutions, health care organizations, government departments and agencies, and global organizations that is efficient and productive with sufficient funding to carry-out all operations no matter their size or complexities 2. Reduction of contributions going to humanitarian aid while facilitating domestic business expansion into new emerging economies 3. Team building retreats for officers and great employees by providing relief to distressed people and their nation Page 67 of 120
  • A Private Enterprise Strategy: Humanitarian Aid to Emerging Economy Proposal Emerging Economy Development (From Each Distressed Nation) 1. Shared percentage of distressed national GDP for twenty years based upon the management of each monetary system by Millennial Foundation 2. Shared percentage of distressed tax revenues collected for twenty years based upon the management of each revenue collection service by Millennial Foundation 3. Expansion of diplomatic influence and wealth Scientific Research (Throughout All Operations) 1. Scientific research and discoveries coordination for increased ocean life population with special considerations for protected species, plant life, and echo systems while balancing the needs of humanitarian aid and emerging economy needs with information 2. Scientific research and discoveries coordination for planetary systems of enhanced weather tracking, tide, water temperatures, internal and external contaminations, soil conditions, plant life, animal life disruptions, terrain mapping, trends with systemic probable outcomes, and solution options with information 3. Extended research and development capacities of products, services, and processes that can be tested under the harsh conditions of humanitarian aid and national emerging economic growth Millennial Foundation offers the above benefits to the international business community in consideration of trends in outsourcing between government services to private enterprise, the desire of members of the international business community to gain wealth, influence, name recognition for the accomplishment of initiatives that are praise worthy among their customers and investors while building value for themselves and their business. HUMANITARIAN AID AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT PARTNERS Humanitarian Aid and Social Development Partners: The benefits available to diplomatic partners utilize the following elements: sea cities, humanitarian aid fleet, humanitarian aid operations, scientific research, and emerging economy operations. Floating Sea Cities (Each Command Region) 1. Offices and living quarters for corporate officers and their families who want to enjoy the exclusive Picture 95. Agape Europe (2009) at http:// benefits of an floating island resort community www.agapeeurope.org/AENow/wordpress/ wp-content/uploads/2008/10/nextgen1.gif Page 68 of 120
  • A Private Enterprise Strategy: Humanitarian Aid to Emerging Economy Proposal 2. Access to private yachts, submarines, quadskis, hovercrafts, helicopters, and airships within the fleet for private retreats and confidential meetings within the attached areas of command Humanitarian Aid Fleet (Each Command Region) 1. Offices and living quarter suites for officers, employees, and volunteers aboard command ships and/or vessels dedicated to the particular missions of the humanitarian aid organization represented 2. Access to unused support vehicles for personal purposes while guests of Millennial Foundation 3. Voice in strategic planning and implementation of humanitarian aid operations in relation to areas of expertise 4. Access to fleet for specific operations in support of humanitarian aid mission Humanitarian Aid Operations (Each Command Region) 1. Coordination efforts between businesses, NGOs, educational institutions, health care organizations, government departments and agencies, and global organizations that is efficient and productive with sufficient funding to carry-out all operations no matter their size or complexities 2. Increased revenues from business and private sponsorship in joint operations of developing emerging economies Emerging Economy Development (From Each Distressed Nation) 1. Shared percentage of national GDP for twenty years based upon the joint development efforts and management of each monetary system by Millennial Foundation 2. Shared percentage of distressed tax revenues collected for twenty years based upon the management of each revenue collection service by Millennial Foundation 3. Expansion of diplomatic and business influence Scientific Research (Throughout All Operations) 1. Shared scientific research and discoveries coordination for increased ocean life population with special considerations for protected species, plant life, and echo systems while balancing the needs of humanitarian aid and emerging economy needs with shared revenues from licensing agreements 2. Shared scientific research and discoveries coordination for planetary systems of enhanced weather tracking, tide, water temperatures, internal and external contaminations, soil conditions, plant life, animal life disruptions, terrain mapping, trends with systemic probable outcomes, and solution options with shared revenues from licensing agreements Page 69 of 120
  • A Private Enterprise Strategy: Humanitarian Aid to Emerging Economy Proposal 3. Shared expansion of healthcare, welfare, and educational research and development based on methodical primary and secondary research with shared revenues from licensing agreements Millennial Foundation offers the above benefits to the international humanitarian aid community in consideration of trends in outsourcing between government services to private enterprise, the desire of members of the international humanitarian aid community to gain wealth, influence, name recognition for the accomplishment of initiatives that are praise worthy among their contributors and beneficiaries while building value for themselves and their business. RELIEF BENEFICIARIES Relief Beneficiaries: The benefits available to relief beneficiaries utilize the following elements: sea cities, humanitarian aid fleet, humanitarian aid operations, emerging economy operations, and scientific research. Floating Sea Cities (Each Command Region) 1. Living quarters in a protected environment 2.Access to food, healthcare, education, and Picture 96. Patronus Analytical™ (2009) opportunities Relief Beneficiaries in Pakistan coordinating relief supplies http://www.patronusanalytical.com/files/aid_w orkers_Pakistan.jpg Humanitarian Aid Fleet (Each Command Region) 1. Fast response time to restore order, preserve lives, improve security and safety, and to leave the nation in a better condition than before the disaster 2. Opportunity to work with fleet and aid workers to build a better life founded upon principles of abundance over scarcity Humanitarian Aid Operations (Each Command Region) 1. Access to a fast response with quality services by trained professionals who understand their culture including: healthcare, shelter, food, drinking water, and coordination of development operations 2. Safe and secure environment offered in the deepest respect and reverence for circumstances 3. Participation in rebuilding homes, businesses, government, and economy 4. Research and/or participation in cultural activities that inspires and motivates others to action while healing hearts and mending wounds Page 70 of 120
  • A Private Enterprise Strategy: Humanitarian Aid to Emerging Economy Proposal Emerging Economy Development (From Each Distressed Nation) 1. Use of a currency that maintains its value upon productivity and innovation instead of debt 2. Shared percentage of ownership in monetary currency system which would include election of the chair and board members by all owners of record and access to all audited reports by external and internal certified auditors Scientific Research (Throughout All Operations) 1. Shared scientific research and discoveries coordination for increased ocean life population with special considerations for protected species, plant life, and echo systems while balancing the needs of humanitarian aid and emerging economy needs with shared revenues from licensing agreements as part of academic experience 2. Shared scientific research and discoveries coordination for planetary systems of enhanced weather tracking, tide, water temperatures, internal and external contaminations, soil conditions, plant life, animal life disruptions, terrain mapping, trends with systemic probable outcomes, and solution options with shared revenues as part of academic experience 3. Shared expansion of healthcare, welfare, and educational research and development based on methodical primary and secondary research with shared revenues as part of academic experience Millennial Foundation offers the above benefits to the humanitarian beneficiary community in consideration of trends in outsourcing government services to private enterprise, the desire of members of the humanitarian beneficiary community to gain wealth, influence, name recognition for the accomplishment of initiatives that are praise worthy among the majority of constituents while building value for themselves and their nation. 2.4 Methodology The methodology behind the humanitarian aid to emerging economies is based upon utilizing shared resources with an abundance mindset over a scarcity mindset in using transformation leadership concepts applied widely to organizational effectiveness and leadership training. “Research findings suggest that organizations can benefit from encouraging their leaders to be less aggressive and more nurturing (Ross and Offerman, 1997, p. 1084). Other recommendations for leaders based on transformational leadership models include the following: • Projecting confidence and optimism about the goals and followers’ ability • Providing a clear vision • Encouraging creativity through empowerment, rewarding experimentation, and tolerance for mistakes • Setting high expectations and creating a supportive environment Page 71 of 120
  • A Private Enterprise Strategy: Humanitarian Aid to Emerging Economy Proposal • Establishing personal relationships with followers (Navahandi, 1997, p 244). Millennial Foundation also incorporates the visionary leadership model in providing the vision of humanitarian aid to emerging economy operations through the following concepts: • Importance of vision. Successful and effective leaders provide a clear vision or help followers develop a common vision. In either case, whether stemming from the leader or the followers, vision is key to effective leadership. • Empowerment and confidence in followers. Visionary leaders emphasize empowering followers to allow them to act autonomously and independently from the leader. This empowerment is possible only if leaders show genuine confidence in their followers. • Flexibility and change. The fast-changing environment requires leaders to focus on flexibility and change in their organization. • Teamwork and cooperation. Successful leaders emphasize teamwork and, maybe more importantly, the development of shared responsibility, as well as the need for trust and cooperation between leaders and followers and among followers. (Navahandi, p 246). Kouzes and Posner (1999) emphasizes the importance of reward and recognition— In their words “encouraging the heart”—as key aspects of empowerment, confidence in followers and development of trust. They specifically suggest that in order to truly motivate and inspire followers, the leader must: • Set clear standards for behavior and performance that are accepted by all followers. • Expect the best from followers through a genuine belief in their abilities. A strong belief in the abilities of others creates a self- fulfilling prophecy in followers, who will in turn, perform better. • Pay attention by being present, walking around, noticing followers, and caring about their behaviors, actions, and results. • Personalize recognition by not only considering each follower’s needs and preferences, but also by making them feel special in the process. • Tell a story about followers, events, and performances as a way to motivate and teach. (Navahandi, p 246) Page 72 of 120
  • A Private Enterprise Strategy: Humanitarian Aid to Emerging Economy Proposal Millennial Foundation brings value through establishing the vision and objectives of operational requirements while coordinating and collaborating required tactics and strategies with government and business partners that build value and ownership. The confidence Millennial Foundation holds in its partners and their capacity to bring value to the operational visions inspires and motivates stakeholders to be the best in their individual capacities as project managers, systems research and development, and operations implementation. Our partners are the best-of-the-best in their individual fields and Millennial Foundation sincerely believes it and is ready to prove it. 2.5 Schedule The following Gantt charts show high-level tasks with conservative time-frames of completion. The first chart (Proposal Completed) is measured in weeks throughout the year while the second chart (Operations Deployment) is measured in calendar quarters because of the required time frame. Proposal Completed 2009 2010 ID Task Name Start Finish Duration 11/22 11/29 12/6 12/13 12/20 12/27 1/3 1/10 1/17 1/24 1/31 2/7 2/14 2/21 2/28 3/7 3/14 Complete Proposal - First 1 11/18/2009 12/15/2009 4w 1 Draft Complete Proposal - Final 2 1/22/2010 1/28/2010 1w 1 Draft Complete Proposal 3 1/22/2010 1/28/2010 1w 1 Presentation 4 Complete Website 2/4/2010 3/17/2010 6w 1 The proposal completion chart (above) is in week time-frames and shows the completed proposal- first draft finished by December 15, 2009, the completed proposal-final draft and the proposal presentation finished on January 28, 2010, and completed website on March 17, 2010. Upon completion of the first draft, additional input will be sought from prospective partnerships within the: international humanitarian aid, diplomatic and emerging economy communities for their input on their prospective involvement and contribution to this proposal. As the reviews come from Millennial Foundation’s contacts, a final draft will be prepared and sent out for another review until a consensus is reached from each community. Once a final draft is completed with all of the edited changes, a PowerPoint™ presentation will be created along with a website for the purpose of promoting the concepts of this proposal for charitable contributions. Page 73 of 120
  • A Private Enterprise Strategy: Humanitarian Aid to Emerging Economy Proposal Operations Deployment 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 ID Task Name Start Finish Duration Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 1 Market Website 3/18/2010 12/24/2014 249w 2 Establish Diplomatic Efforts 3/22/2010 9/3/2010 24w 3 Bond is Underwritten 9/6/2010 11/19/2010 11w 4 Cash Enters Bank Account 11/22/2010 4/15/2011 21w Hire International Private 5 4/19/2011 6/27/2011 10w Security Forces Schedule International 6 Contractors for Construction 6/28/2011 8/22/2011 8w of Fleet Assets Establish Contracts with 7 International Humanitarian 6/28/2011 8/22/2011 8w Aid Organizations Establish Contracts with 8 International Emerging 6/28/2011 8/22/2011 8w Economy Partners 9 Build Volunteer Operations 8/23/2011 3/12/2012 29w 10 Hire Fleet Officers & Crew 8/23/2011 12/19/2011 17w 11 Fleet Deployment Begins 10/18/2012 10/18/2012 1d Begin Humanitarian Aid 12 10/19/2012 4/21/2016 183w Operations Begin Emerging Economy 13 10/19/2012 4/21/2016 183w Operations The operations deployment chart (above) is in calendar quarters showing the time-frame of each task for completion. The operations deployment begins with the marketing of the Millennial Foundation website in order to build a strong domestic and international “grass-roots” network in support of the proposal. The website will contain limited details about the extent of the proposed plan contained in this document and how each individual maybe qualified to participate as a trained volunteer in international humanitarian aid operations. As capital becomes available in the form of charitable contributions, Millennial Foundation will begin diplomatic efforts with highly qualified individuals and organizations that already have extensive diplomatic experience throughout the world, especially among the G-20. The initial goal of the diplomatic efforts will be to negotiate guarantees for the $300 billion tax-exempt bond issue. Once the guarantees are in place, G-20 government partners will determine the investment banking firms who will underwrite the tax-exempt bond through its offering placement on public stock exchanges. The underwriting investment banking firm will then have the responsibility of selling the offering to individual and institutional investors throughout the world. As funding enters a Millennial Foundation trust account with the Trustor representing the investors, Millennial Foundation will begin its operations by hiring a trusted private security force to facilitate the safety of Millennial Foundation officers in the building of its partnership efforts with international fleet building contractors, humanitarian aid organizations, and emerging economy development partners. The negotiations with fleet contractors will include design specifics, scheduling of construction, and leasing particular assets until the new assets built to Millennial Foundation specifications can Page 74 of 120
  • A Private Enterprise Strategy: Humanitarian Aid to Emerging Economy Proposal be constructed and deployment. While the leased assets will require additional time allotments for emergency response, these assets will facilitate joint responses with partnerships in preparation for the newly constructed fleet. The negotiations with international humanitarian organizations and emerging economy partners will drive value for Millennial Foundation in terms of facilitating a lasting change in response times of humanitarian aid and in building thriving national economies based on production over consumption while driving collaborative and cooperative efforts in response and needs throughout the earth. FLEET ASSET QUANTITIES/COSTS Millennial Foundation provides a list of the required fleet assets with time-frames for completion based upon industry standards of assets of the size and complexities provided along with asset cost, number of assets required, deployment area, total costs, and a running total of fleet costs. Page 75 of 120
  • A Private Enterprise Strategy: Humanitarian Aid to Emerging Economy Proposal Millennial Citadel Sea City Cost: $30 billion each Atlantic Ocean Fleet: 1 Pacific Ocean Fleet: 1 Total Cost: $60 billion Time to Construct (EA): 60 months Running Total: $60 billion Picture 97. Reed, Walter R. (2009) Millennial Citadel Floating Sea City Hydro Lance™ Medical Response Hospital Ship Cost: $2 billion each Atlantic Ocean Fleet: 1 Pacific Ocean Fleet: 1 Total Cost: $4 billion Time to Construct (EA): 42 months Running Total: $64 billion Picture 98. Reed, Walter R. (2009) Hydro Lance™ Aeroscraft™ MSAC Carrier Hydro Lance™ Mini-Medical Response Ship Cost: $150 million Atlantic Ocean Fleet: 20 Pacific Ocean Fleet: 20 Total Cost: $6 billion Time to Construct (EA): 26 months Running Total: $70 billion Picture 99. Reed, Walter R. (2009) Mini- Medical Response Yacht Page 76 of 120
  • A Private Enterprise Strategy: Humanitarian Aid to Emerging Economy Proposal River Medical Response Hovercraft Cost: $5 million Atlantic Ocean Fleet: 50 Pacific Ocean Fleet: 50 Total Cost: $500 million Time to Construct (EA): 18 months Running Total: $70.5 billion Picture 100. Griffon Hoverwork™ (2009) BHT 180 Hovercraft Hydro Lance™ Diplomatic Response Ship Cost: $970 million Atlantic Command: 1 Pacific Command: 1 Total Cost: $1.94 billion Time to Construct(EA): 42 months Running Total: $72.44 billion Picture 101. Reed, Walter R. (2009) Diplomatic Blue-Water Response Ship™ - Condomar Class Luxury Cruise Ship Hydro Lance™ Mini-Diplomatic Response Yacht Cost: $150 million Atlantic Command: 20 Pacific Command: 20 Total Cost: $6 billion Time to Construct (EA): 22 months Running Total: $78.44 billion Picture 102. Reed, Walter R. (2009) Mini- Diplomatic Response Yacht™ - Cobra Class Page 77 of 120
  • A Private Enterprise Strategy: Humanitarian Aid to Emerging Economy Proposal Hydro Lance™ Cultural Response Ship Cost: $970 million Atlantic Command: 1 Pacific Command: 1 Total Cost: $1.94 billion Time to Construct (EA): 42 months Running Total: $80.38 billion Picture 103. Reed, Walter R. (2009) Cultural Response Yacht™ - Condomar Class Luxury Cruise Ships Hydro Lance™ Mini-Cultural Response Yacht Cost: $150 million Atlantic Command: 20 Pacific Command: 20 Total Cost: $6 billion Time to Construct (EA): 30 months Running Total: $86.38 billion Picture 104. Reed, Walter R. (2009) Cultural Response Yacht – Littoral™ Class Luxury Yacht Hydro Lance™ MSAC Command Aircraft Carrier Cost: $2.2 billion Atlantic Command: 1 Pacific Command: 1 Total Cost: $4.4 billion Time to Construct (EA): 48 months Running Total: $90.78 billion Picture 105. Reed, Walter R. (2009) MSAC Command Aircraft Carrier Page 78 of 120
  • A Private Enterprise Strategy: Humanitarian Aid to Emerging Economy Proposal Hydro Lance™ Littoral Tactical Command Ship Cost: $2.3 billion Atlantic Command: 1 Pacific Command: 1 Total Cost: $4.6 billion Time to Construct (EA): 28 months Running Total: $95.38 billion Picture 106. Reed, Walter R. (2009) Tactical Command Aircraft Carrier™ - Littoral Class Aircraft Carrier Hydro Lance™ Security Aircraft Carrier Cost: $1.1 billion Atlantic Command: 1 Pacific Command: 1 Total Cost: $2.2 billion Time to Construct: (EA): 48 months Running Total: $97.58 billion Picture 107. Reed, Walter R. (2009) Security Aircraft Carrier Hydro Lance™ Cargo Aircraft Carrier Cost: $1.2 billion Atlantic Command: 1 Pacific Command: 1 Total Cost: $2.4 billion Time to Construct: 48 months Running Total: $99.98 billion Picture 108. Reed, Walter R. (2009) Cargo Aircraft Carrier Page 79 of 120
  • A Private Enterprise Strategy: Humanitarian Aid to Emerging Economy Proposal Hydro Lance™ Special Ops Interceptor Ship Cost: $50 million Atlantic Command: 20 Pacific Command: 20 Total Cost: $2 billion Time to Construct (EA): 30 months Running Total: $101.98 billion Picture 109. Reed, Walter R. (2009) Special Ops™ - Interceptor Class Super Speed Vessels Hydro Lance™ Super-Speed Patrol Craft™ Cost: $75 million Atlantic Command: 20 Pacific Command: 20 Total Cost: $3 billion Time to Construct (EA): 36 months Picture 110. Reed, Walter R. (2009) Super- Running Total: $104.98 billion Speed Patrol Craft™ Hydro Lance™ Maintenance and Salvage Ship Cost: $650 million Atlantic Command: 2 Pacific Command: 2 Total Cost: $2.6 billion Time to Construct: 36 months Running Total: $107.58 billion Picture 111. Reed, Walter R. (2009) Maintenance and Salvage Ship Page 80 of 120
  • A Private Enterprise Strategy: Humanitarian Aid to Emerging Economy Proposal Hydro Lance™ Heavy Lift Construction Ship Cost: $1.5 billion Atlantic Command: 10 Pacific Command: 10 Total Cost: $30 billion Time to Construct (EA): 40 months Running Total: $137.58 billion Picture 112. Reed, Walter R. (2009) Heavy Lift Construction Ship Hydro Lance™ Construction Equipment Ship Cost: $390 million Atlantic Command: 5 Pacific Command: 5 Total Cost: $3.9 billion Time to Construct (EA): 44 months Running Total: $141.48 billion Picture 113. Reed, Walter R. (2009) Remote Market-Fast Container, Cargo & Passenger Ship Hydro Lance™ Vehicle Cargo Ship Cost: $1.1 billion Atlantic Command: 2 Pacific Command: 2 Total Cost: $4.4 billion Time to Construct (EA): 46 months Picture 114. Reed, Walter R. (2009) RO/RO Running Total: $145.88 billion PAX Vehicle Cargo Ship Page 81 of 120
  • A Private Enterprise Strategy: Humanitarian Aid to Emerging Economy Proposal Hydro Lance™ Livestock Transport Ship Cost: $38 million Atlantic Command: 5 Pacific Command: 5 Total Cost: $380 million Time to Construct (EA): 26 months Running Total: $146.26 billion Picture 115. Reed, Walter R. (2009) Livestock Transport Ship™ Hydro Lance™ Sea Train Food Replenishment Ship Costs: $460 million Atlantic Command: 1 Pacific Command: 1 Total Cost: $920 million Time to Construct (EA): 46 months Running Total: $147.18 billion Picture 116. Reed, Walter R. (2009) Food Replenishment Ship™ - Sea Train Class Hydro Lance™ Wind Energy Ship Cost: $310 million Atlantic Command: 2 Pacific Command: 2 Total Cost: $1.24 billion Time to Construct (EA): 38 months Running Total: $148.42 billion Picture 117. Reed, Walter R. (2009) Windmill Power Ship™ - Wind Farm Class Page 82 of 120
  • A Private Enterprise Strategy: Humanitarian Aid to Emerging Economy Proposal Hydro Lance™ Liquid Natural Gas Replenishment Ship Cost: $2 billion Atlantic Command: 1 Pacific Command: 1 Total Cost: $4 billion Time to Construct (EA): 46 months Running Total: $152.42 billion Picture 118. Reed, Walter R. (2009) Liquid Natural Gas Ship™ - Liquid Energy Class Hydro Lance™ Fuel Tanker Ship Cost: $460 million Atlantic Command: 2 Pacific Command: 2 Total Cost: $1.84 billion Time to Construct (EA): 33 months Running Total: $154.26 billion Picture 119. Reed, Walter R. (2009) High Speed Fuel Tanker Ship Hydro Lance™ Fuel Replenishment Ship Cost: $390 million Atlantic Command: 1 Pacific Command: 1 Total Cost: $780 million Time to Construct (EA): 46 months Running Total: $155.04 billion Picture 120. Reed, Walter R. (2009) Fuel Replenishment Ship - Sea Train Class Page 83 of 120
  • A Private Enterprise Strategy: Humanitarian Aid to Emerging Economy Proposal Hydro Lance™ Research Replenishment Ship Cost: $85 million Atlantic Command: 25 Pacific Command: 25 Total Cost: $4.25 billion Time to Construct (EA): 28 months Running Total: $159.29 billion Picture 121. Reed, Walter R. (2009) Research Replenishment Ship Hydro Lance™ Research Craft Cost: $1.6 million Atlantic Command: 100 Pacific Command: 100 Total Cost: $320 million Time to Construct (EA): 18 months Running Total: $159.61 billion Picture 122. Reed, Walter R. (2009) Research Craft Hydro Lance™ Ocean Life Research Craft Cost: $230 million Atlantic Command: 3 Pacific Command: 3 Total Cost: $1.38 billion Time to Construct (EA): 32 months Running Total: $160.99 billion Picture 123. Reed, Walter R. (2009) Ocean Life Research Ship Page 84 of 120
  • A Private Enterprise Strategy: Humanitarian Aid to Emerging Economy Proposal Hydro Lance™ Passenger Ferry Cost: $46 million Atlantic Command: 20 Pacific Command: 20 Total Cost: $1.84 billion Time to Construct (EA): 26 months Running Total: $162.83 billion Picture 124. Reed, Walter R. (2009) Passenger Fast Ferry™ - Raptor Class Hydro Lance™ Cargo Transport Retired Airliner Cost: $28 million Atlantic Command: 20 Pacific Command: 20 Total Cost: $1.8 billion Time to Construct (EA): 16 months Running Total: $164.63 billion Picture 125. Reed, Walter R. (2009) Fast Ferry™ - Ensenada Class Hydro Lance™ Fast Ferries Cost: $72 million Atlantic Command: 10 Pacific Command: 10 Total Cost: $1.42 billion Time to Construct (EA): 26 months Running Total: $166.05 billion Picture 126. Reed, Walter R. (2009) Passenger Fast Ferry™ - Raptor Extended Class Page 85 of 120
  • A Private Enterprise Strategy: Humanitarian Aid to Emerging Economy Proposal Hydro Lance™ Retired Airliner RO/PAX Cost: $28 million Atlantic Command: 20 Pacific Command: 20 Total Cost: $1.12 billion Time to Construct (EA): 26 months Running Total: $167.17 billion Picture 127. Reed, Walter R. (2009) HARTH™ L-1011 Conversion Super Speed RO-PAX Griffon BHT 180 Hovercraft Cost: $5 million Atlantic Command: 100 Pacific Command: 100 Total Cost: $1 billion Time to Construct (EA): 18 months Running Total: $168.17 billion Picture 128. Griffon Hoverwork™ (2009) BHT 180 Hovercraft US Submarine™ Command Rescue Submarine Cost: $80 million Atlantic Command: 10 Pacific Command: 10 Total Cost: $1.6 billion Time to Construct (EA): 24 months Running Total: $169.77 billion Picture 129. US Submarines™ Phoenix 1000™ Page 86 of 120
  • A Private Enterprise Strategy: Humanitarian Aid to Emerging Economy Proposal US Submarine™ Command Security Submarine Cost: $25 million Atlantic Command: 50 Pacific Command: 50 Total Cost: $2.5 billion Time to Construct (EA): 18 months Running Total: $172.27 billion Picture 130. US Submarines™ (2009) Nomad 1000™ US Submarine™ Support Submersible Cost: $2 million Atlantic Command: 250 Pacific Command: 250 Total Cost: $1 billion Time to Construct (EA): 12 months Running Total: $173.27 billion Picture 131. US Submarines™ (2009) Explorer 1000™ BAE™ Unmanned Mini Sub Cost: $5 million Atlantic Command: 100 Pacific Command: 100 Total Cost: $1 billion Time to Construct (EA) 12 months Running Total: $174.27 billion Picture 132. BAE™ (2009) Talisman Unmanned Mini-Submarine™ Page 87 of 120
  • A Private Enterprise Strategy: Humanitarian Aid to Emerging Economy Proposal Aeros™ Aeroscraft ML 866 Airship Cost: $50 million Atlantic Command: 20 Pacific Command: 20 Total Cost: $2 billion Time to Construct (EA): 36 months Running Total: $176.27 billion Picture 133. Aeros Corporation™ (2009) Aeroscraft ML 866™ Airbus™ A380 Cost: $300 million Atlantic Command: 10 Pacific Command: 10 Total Cost: $6 billion Time to Construct (EA): 18 months Running Total $182.27 billion Picture 134. Airbus™ (2009) Airbus A380™ Antonov™ AN 225 Mryia Cost: $325 million Atlantic Command: 10 Pacific Command: 10 Total Cost: $6.5 billion Time to Construct (EA): 18 months Running Total: $188.77 billion Picture 135. Antonov™ (2009) Antonov™ AN 225 Mryia™ Page 88 of 120
  • A Private Enterprise Strategy: Humanitarian Aid to Emerging Economy Proposal Honda™ HA 420 Jet Cost: $4 million Atlantic Command: 50 Pacific Command: 50 Total Cost: $400 million Time to Construct (EA): 12 months Running Total: $189.17 billion Picture 136. Honda Aircraft Company™ (2009) Honda HA 420 Jet™ Sikorsky™ S-64F Erickson™ Skycrane™ Helicopter Cost: $35 million Atlantic Command: 20 Pacific Command: 20 Total Cost: $1.4 billion Time to Construct (EA): 12 months Running Total: $190.57 billion Picture 137. Sikorsky Aerospace™ (2009) Sikorsky™ S-64F Erickson™ Skycrane™ Sikorsky™ S-92 Helicopter Cost: $25 million Atlantic Command: 50 Pacific Command: 50 Total Cost: $2.5 billion Time to Construct (EA): 12 months Running Total: $190.07 billion Picture 138. Sikorsky Aerospace™ (2009) Sikorsky™ S-92 Helicopter Page 89 of 120
  • A Private Enterprise Strategy: Humanitarian Aid to Emerging Economy Proposal Bell™ 609 Tiltrotor Helicopter Cost: $20 million Atlantic Command: 50 Pacific Command: 50 Total Cost: $200 million Time to Construct (EA): 12 months Running Total: $190.27 billion Picture 139. Bell/Agusta Aerospace Companies™ (2009) Bell 609 Tiltrotor™ Helicopter Bell™ Eagle Eye UAV Cost: $12 million Atlantic Command: 100 Pacific Command: 100 Total Cost: $2.4 billion Time to Construct (EA): 12 months Running Total: $192.97 billion Picture 140. Bell Helicopters™ (2009) Bell TR 918 Eagle Eye UAS Payment Schedule is mostly conventional; Funded initial study phase (varies; but $50-70K is budgetary for any significant sized vessel) begins the process. With specification detailed and settled, then the second phase is released (22% of total cost estimated); Architecture and Engineering (A&E). When that completed, construction is priced out, vendors identified, ship yard selected and identified, etc. and then 'signed off' by client. The third phase begins (60% funds released) and actual component and shipyard construction begins. When construction is completed and ready for sea-trials, then the fourth phase begins; hiring and training the operational crew (separate budget) and sea-trials (8% funds released) for certifications. At that conclusion, the last 10% of payment is made with client 'sign-off'. Page 90 of 120
  • A Private Enterprise Strategy: Humanitarian Aid to Emerging Economy Proposal FLEET DEPLOYMENT PLAN The maritime fleet will utilize alternative energy systems for their construction, such as solar power, hydro-electric, wind, ocean-thermal, geothermal and other alternative low or zero emission fuels. The operating fleet can utilize alternative low or no emission fuels such as bio- fuels, methanol, ethanol, acetylene or natural gas, while also providing for such ship speeds of between 60 Knots and 180 Knots, specific to each vessels mission and design in and through vessel rated Beaufort Scale sea-states; having several times the fuel economy per ton or passenger mile, as compared with more conventional or specialty ships on the ocean today. These vessels shall utilize the HARTH and/or HARSH Technologies (www.hydrolance.net), designed differently than conventional ships, so there is no mistake as to the unique role that this maritime fleet would have in providing humanitarian aid and national stabilization operations to the world in the hope of building a lasting peace on earth. Initial Command Regions: The initial command regions for deployment are the Pacific and Atlantic Commands. As fleet expansion takes place within each of the expansion regions, the current fleet in the Pacific and Atlantic Command regions will retain command over the expansion regions within their designated areas of command. Fleet Expansion Regions: Pacific Command: North Pacific Fleet, South Pacific Fleet, Pacific Rim Fleet; Atlantic Command: Northwest Atlantic Fleet, Northeast Atlantic Fleet, Southwest Atlantic Fleet, Southeast Atlantic Fleet; Indian Ocean Command: East Indian Ocean Fleet, West Indian Ocean Fleet, and Mediterranean Fleet. The coordination of each command and fleets for multiple humanitarian aid and emerging economy requirements will be based on the extent of damage and stabilization of current areas of operation. Each of the fleet assets will be constructed throughout the different G-20 nations in order to establish economic value of improving the employment rates and tax revenues from construction within each of the G-20 nations for contributing to the tax-exempt bond issue with guarantees on the bond issue. As fleet assets are constructed, corporate/individual sponsors will be sought for the naming of the fleet asset in their honor. Those who sponsor are also required to contribute annually to operations while receiving the benefits of a suite within the Cultural Response Ship within the region of service where their name-sake is stationed. As nations grow through Millennial Foundation corporate expansion, Millennial Foundation will receive 10% of tax revenues collected since the first response for humanitarian aid operations to the affected nation and an annual contribution of 5% of revenues from businesses who have expanded into the nation since the humanitarian aid operations of Millennial Foundation and its partners began. The government and corporate contributions will then be shared with each of the humanitarian aid and academic partners. Page 91 of 120
  • A Private Enterprise Strategy: Humanitarian Aid to Emerging Economy Proposal The approach, from a strategic perspective, is shared by first defining an emerging economy as an initial benchmark, providing a phased approach to humanitarian aid to emerging economy, and then the utilization of structural and scientific technologies for bringing about the most desirable objectives. Millennial Foundation is strategically aligning itself with public and private organizations to implement synergistic humanitarian aid thru to emerging economic development of nations suffering from climate or political disasters. Our managerial approach is one of transformational leadership that offers free-market solutions in cooperation with government sponsorship. 2.6 Resources Millennial Foundation Millennial Foundation has access to extensive academic, business, government, humanitarian aid, and legal databases for the coordination and collaboration of applicable materials, benchmarks, and systems required to implement this proposal. Millennial Foundation also has access and dialog with individuals in influential positions to implement diplomatic negotiations, engineering design, project management, construction, and logistical requirements of this proposal. Hydro Lance Corporation Hydro Lance Engineering, Inc., a subsidiary of the Hydro Lance Corporation, both privately held Wyoming corporations, have been engaged in research and development for over twenty years, having completed the H.A.R.T.H (HARTHTM ) and H.A.R.S.H (HARSHTM) Technologies effecting a new 21st Century pyridine shift in transoceanic transport capabilities. The Company has entered the commercialization phase of these technologies for ocean-going ships, boats and stable platforms of all sizes and applications. Accomplishing these objectives involves a network of licensed, partnering organizations and facilities, worldwide. Hydro Lance has assembled a team of qualified engineers, scientists, project and a management teams, including subsidiaries and a growing family of affiliate organizations, to lead this new maritime industry evolution of change. The WellSpring Institute/Strategic Human Resource Solutions The WellSpring Institute has access to international and domestic human resource recruiting, hiring, training, and management systems and tools that require responsibility and accountability at every level of operations. 2.7 Qualifications Millennial Foundation Millennial Foundation currently holds a tax-exempt status under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1976 and is capable of receiving contributions for the charitable purposes outlined in this proposal. Page 92 of 120
  • A Private Enterprise Strategy: Humanitarian Aid to Emerging Economy Proposal Millennial Foundation has the capacity to pull together an extensive network of highly qualified individuals and organizations to facilitate the different functions and operational requirements to implement this proposal. Millennial Foundation has brought together the management team and consulted on a tax-exempt bond offering for Legacy Foundation in Las Vegas, Nevada which raised $55 billion in seven months for humanitarian efforts in Central and South America. Hydro Lance™ Corporation The Hydro Lance™ capacity involves a network of licensed partnering organizations and facilities worldwide. Hydro Lance has assembled a team of qualified engineers, scientists, project and a management teams, including subsidiaries and a growing family of affiliate organizations to lead this new maritime industry evolution of change. The WellSpring Institute™/Strategic Human Resource Solutions™ The WellSpring Institute consulted with Fortune 500 businesses in recruiting, hiring, and training systems at every level of domestic and international operations having turned such multinational corporations around as: General Electric, ARCO, Chiquita, RCA Records, and Apollo Group/University of Phoenix. 3 Funding Millennial Foundation is seeking government guarantees from which a tax-exempt bond issue will be facilitated. An expense breakdown for required fleet assets, equipment, supplies, and budgetary needs to implement the proposed plan is offered. Millennial Foundation also provides a breakdown of income revenues from operational activities from which to pay the debt on a subsidized basis until Millennial Foundation has the capacity to repay the debt in full. 3.1 Expenses The expenses of Millennial Foundation are based upon cost estimates from prospective fleet contractors, need assessment of global humanitarian operations with multiple operations taking place simultaneously in different parts of the world and the Total Costs of Fleet $192,970,000,000 Budget - Heavy Construction, Farming, Transport, and Utility Vehicles $ 4,030,000,000 Camping Equipment: tents, stoves, cots, sleeping bags, blankets, and pillows; food, fuel, and laboratory/technology equipment, flood water pumps, and other essential supplies/equipment Camping Equipment/Supplies Cost: $ 3,000,000,000 Employment: Humanitarian Aid/Construction Employees, Fleet Crew Members, Security Forces, and Volunteers Employees/Volunteers Cost: $100,000,000,000 Economic Development Aid Budget: $200,000,000,000 Page 93 of 120
  • A Private Enterprise Strategy: Humanitarian Aid to Emerging Economy Proposal Grand Total for Atlantic and Pacific Commands with Equipment: $200,000,000,000 Total Bond Guarantee Contract Value Request: $500,000,000,000 Each G-20 Nation Contribution Average: $ 25,000,000,000 The costs and budgeted items are based upon assessment of required needs to facilitate humanitarian partnerships, business sponsors, and government/diplomatic needs for increased response time, increased humanitarian aid security, and collaborative/cooperative agreements with humanitarian aid organizations. 3.2 Revenues Millennial Foundation will receive the following revenue funding after commission compensation to all partners and sponsors following each humanitarian aid and emerging economy operation: Humanitarian Aid Development: Disaster Clean-Up Efforts Contribution of Land for Cultural Research & Development Center which facilitates each of the academies and institutes of Millennial Foundation Membership Fees Collected from businesses and governments served based on economic development and jobs contributed to area from operations Grant Writing Activities Contributions from governments, businesses, philanthropic organizations, and wealthy individuals Corporate Sponsorship Corporations sponsoring fleet assets, humanitarian aid operations, and emerging economy operations will receive name recognition, and press releases among listed benefits within this proposal Page 94 of 120
  • A Private Enterprise Strategy: Humanitarian Aid to Emerging Economy Proposal Emerging Economy Development: The Emerging Economy Development will involve for profit enterprises which will be managed jointly through the combined Millennial Foundation partnerships of government, NGOs, and corporate partners/sponsors with all sharing in the revenues and profits of our combined management efforts. Real Estate Development Rental of property from national and world governments to keep refugees safe during the process of humanitarian aid and emerging economy development Infrastructure Development and Management Government Leases The Millennial Trust (For-Profit) Monetary Currency Systems Shares 5% of GDP plus an additional 5% of GDP divided among partners and G-20 nations sponsoring the Millennial Foundation bond issue Tax Revenue Management 5% of total tax revenues collected plus an additional 5% divided among partners and G-20 nations sponsoring the Millennial Foundation bond issue Stock Market Equities 10% of equity listing service fees, all quarterly application fees based on value of offering price or market cap value whichever is less Social Systems 20% of revenues from welfare, education, and healthcare funding capitalization Research and Development 50% of R&D licensing agreements from joint development alliances Millennial Foundation will facilitate negotiations with Highly Indebted Poor Countries (HIPC) and under-developed nations requiring assistance with economic infrastructure and development. 3.3 Return-On-Value Millennial Foundation offers a return-on-value based upon the need of HIPC nations and under- developed nations experiencing political or natural disasters in facilitating the development of Page 95 of 120
  • A Private Enterprise Strategy: Humanitarian Aid to Emerging Economy Proposal emerging economies that improve the standards of living for its people, businesses, and the government who serves them. 4 Conclusion This proposal looks into the current challenges facing the global humanitarian aid community with solutions based upon the issues of response time, security, and sustainability through using the 3C approaches of coherent, coordination, and complimentary service as a strategy for systems measurement and testing of processes. Millennial Foundation offers a fleet of ships, submersibles, aircrafts, utility vehicles, and construction and farming equipment to facilitate a coordinated fast response time; extensive submerged, sea, land, and air security measures; and sustainability. Based on this approach Millennial Foundation offers a solution for project implementation with related costs and revenues. The most significant benefit to this proposal is that it does not include national military aid which can be expensive, cause bad press releases, increase internal and external political presures, and lead to failed diplomatic relationships. Utilizing a public charitable organization is the best choice for reducing political stress and failed diplomatic relationships. In fact, Millennial Foundation may be instrumental in improving diplomatic relationships particularly as nations share the responsibility and the benefits of implementing this proposal. Page 96 of 120
  • A Private Enterprise Strategy: Humanitarian Aid to Emerging Economy Proposal Appendix A: The Hydro LanceTM HARTHTM Economic Advantage VESSEL OPERATION ECONOMIES ... Engine maintenance and fuel consumption is based on hours of operation, and then translated to distance of travel. We will talk more about speed and time later. Any two identical engines will consume a predictable amount of fuel at the rated rotational speed and horsepower of each engine. If each of those engines is placed in a different vessel (ship #1 and ship #2) of identical GWT (Gross Weight Tons) and hull shapes, then each will consume the same amount of fuel for each hour of operation. However, if ship #2 traveled at twice the speed of the first ship using the same engine, then ship #2 has twice the operational fuel and maintenance efficiencies of ship #1. The only way this could be possible is if ship #2 has a moving resistance in water that is half of ship #1's moving resistance (lower drag). This can be observed by comparing a barge and a frigate having the same GWT and horsepower. The barge is analogous to moving a "barn door" through the water, while the 8:1 aspect ratio and streamline bow, of the frigate, allows for lower moving resistance and thus, higher speeds for the same amount of engine running time. Accordingly, boat #2 may travel twice the distance between engine overhaul requirements, having both a cost savings of fuel and a down time (a period of no revenue) savings. Therefore, the frigate completes twice the miles traveled for the same amount of fuel and maintenance spent by the powered barge of like tonnage. This is generally the difference of conventional ships resulting from drag and bow wake, when compared to a Hydro Lance ship or boat. If the same comparison could be made of two, 175 GWT, 250 passenger ferry boats, having differences of hull design (boat #1 and boat #2), then the operational costs of boat #2 would be half that of boat #1. The feature of "twice-the-speed", when considering increased revenue, may be of greater value than the operational savings. Boat #2 would be capable of completing twice as many route trips as boat #1 in the same amount of time, thus twice the gross revenue at less operating costs, as twice the miles were then traveled. If boat #2 were placed on the same route of boat #1, then boat #1 would become non-competitive and soon obsolete. Of course, this depends on market, occupancy and patron needs. Mono-hull: Diesel engine fuel consumption is approximately .29 pounds per hour, per horsepower, of operational time. A modern 250 passenger, 200 GWT mono-hull ferry will utilize approximately 5,920 horsepower to travel at a speed of 24 knots up and through an approximate Beaufort sea state 4 (higher Beaufort sea states demands that these planning or ‘V’ hulls must use slower speeds to avoid hull stress, discomfort and/or wave 'slamming'. Considering that there is approximately seven pounds to the U.S. gallon of diesel, then that ferry would consume approximately 245 gallons per hour of fuel...and would have traveled 24 nautical miles in one hour. At the approximate Diesel cost of $2.80 per gallon US (this cost varies greatly worldwide), the cost of fuel would be $686 (US) per hour of operation at said speed in said calm waters. The new high-tech world has ushered in catamaran designs for ferry operations. The objective is Page 97 of 120
  • A Private Enterprise Strategy: Humanitarian Aid to Emerging Economy Proposal greater speed with greater stability (for passenger comfort). Greater speeds means more operational trips can be made, which equates to increased passenger revenue. That revenue increase may offset losses due to increased fuel costs. Bazon, Incat, Austral Ships and Wave Master are among the leaders of this catamaran industry. They have delivered into service approximately 190+ new state-of-the-art catamaran vessels during the past several years. The Abraham Class Catamaran This new twin-hull vessel is 411 feet long with a beam of 61.3 feet. The draft is 37 feet and totals a weight of 475 (DWT) tons. Each will carry 135 cars on one deck and 109 on the second. Up to 600 passengers will occupy the upper decks, three and four. The water-jet drive is powered by 33,900 KW of total diesel horsepower for a loaded speed of 39 knots in a maximum sea state of Beaufort Number 5. The catamaran vessel must slow down in greater Beaufort Sea states to avoid dangerous 'tunnel slamming' and structural damage. Accordingly, this vessel will consume approximately 9,831 pounds of fuel for each hour of operation...or in the range of 1,404 gallons of diesel fuel per hour. Translated to cost (exampled $2.80 gallon – U.S.), that consumption is approximately $3,931 (US) per hour of operation, during which time the boat will have traveled 39 nautical miles. Noteworthy, is that in most elevated force sea-states, CATS must slow way down to perhaps 8-10 Knots in order to avoid tunnel slamming and bow wave crashes, which significantly compromises structural reliability and the actual cruising speeds in many of the traveled markets, as in the real world are elevated seas beyond these noted relatively calm waters. However, assuming that the CAT can sustain speed throughout an assigned route, compared that to the first exampled mono-hull ship example at $686 per hour of fuel operation for a distance of 24 nautical miles that higher speed and ship size would indeed, offset the added fuel cost with more route trips (revenue) in the same amount of time. For ongoing comparisons, these costs would have to be observed as passenger miles (or cargo weight) per ton miles of ship displacement vs. fuel consumption and maintenance. The Mestral Class Catamaran This catamaran is smaller, having a length of 312 feet and a beam of 48 feet. The boat has a draft of 29.2 feet and weighs in at 175 DWT (Dead Weight Tons). Water-jets drive the vessel with 20,000 horsepower (TSFC gas turbine) for a loaded cruising speed of 32 knots (speed must be reduced in sea-states above Beaufort Number 4, or certainly Force 5, to avoid tunnel slamming and bow/wave crashes). Modern TSFC Gas turbines consume approximately.34 (1/3+) pounds per horsepower / per hour of JP-4 fuel at sea-level (JP-4 is more expensive per gallon; example: $3.10/gallon U.S. and weighs 6.5 pounds per gallon. Accordingly, the operational cost equates to approximately $2,919 per hour, in which time the boat travels 32 nautical miles with 310 passengers. Newest heat recovery turbine technologies may improve this economy slightly if the added space required would permit such use. Noteworthy: The B60-MD Class Catamaran Page 98 of 120
  • A Private Enterprise Strategy: Humanitarian Aid to Emerging Economy Proposal Similar and modified from the (above) Abraham class catamaran vessel, the B60-MD, can carry more coaches and travel at a higher speed and features a lesser draft with a displacement weight of approximately 220 tons. The vessel will be powered by four new Caterpillar engines (now in development), each having 42,000 horsepower, or a total of 168,000 horsepower for a loaded top speed of 53 knots in a maximum sea state of a 5 Beaufort Scale (higher sea-states will demand a significantly slower speed to avoid tunnel plugs and slamming). The fuel cost to operate this 474 DWT vessel computes to $27,242 per hour for a distance traveled of 53 nautical miles in one hour in relatively calm waters, or approximately $124 per ton mile. New State-of-the-art engineering has now evolved to the newest class of marine design; the Hydro Lance, which utilizes the H.A.R.T.H. (High Aspect Ratio Twin Hull) technology. Speed, ultra-stability and sea keeping capabilities significantly exceed both state-of-the-art mono-hulls and catamarans. Operational efficiencies are up to seven times that of either the best of mono-hull or catamaran designs in and through elevated sea-states, also having ultra-stability. Hydro Lance Nirvana Class (Image Click Here) The geometry of this twin hull, designed for 170-230 DWT vessels, is significantly different from the catamaran. Compared to the Mestral Class catamaran noted above, which has a draft of 29.2 feet (depth from the water’s surface to the bottom of the hull), the Hydro Lance Nirvana Class has only three feet of draft. Where the bows of the catamaran have a bow entry ratio of approximately 8:1, the bow entry ratio of the Hydro Lance is significantly higher. The Catamaran has a deeper draft; the Hydro Lance has a shallow draft with no or insignificant bow wake generation, lower hull drag and greatly reduced hull and structure stresses in high seas. The Hydro Lance includes a proprietary low energy surface drag reduction system possible only with the HARTH hull geometry. The catamaran, SWATH, SLICE, Hydrofoil and other ships types all have significantly greater hull drag. The result is that a HARTH ship will have a total reduction in the resistance to forward vessel hull movement (drag) by approximately 83%. Accordingly, a similar sized Hydro Lance would require only 5,000 total horsepower to travel at the same exampled speeds of the Mestral Class catamaran. Therefore, the cost of fuel could be compared at $810 per hour for that vessels speed of 39 nautical miles in one hour, or approximately $4 per ton mile. However, since speed is so very sensitive to trip time and increased revenues, this vessel would be equipped for 60-90 knots of cruising speed. Two 5,400 horsepower gas turbines ($1,686 per hour of JP-4 fuel) would provide a 75 knot cruising speed through a Beaufort sea-state 7 (greater Beaufort sea states would require a modest change of course heading), or approximately $8.43 per ton mile. Unlike the mono-hull or catamaran, the Beaufort 7 sea-state rating of the HL Nirvana class, does not slow down the Hydro Lance (See Sea State Forces). Travel route schedules can be kept routine, regardless of weather, short of near hurricane forces, which the greater Hydro Lance speeds can easily outrun or circumvent. These speed differences also translate to the distances traveled between engine overhauls and down- time. Underway, in the Sea State 6 or 7 condition, pitch is eliminated, roll is limited to a maximum of +5 degrees (which can occur only in a worse-case beam-sea when power is lost), and heave is eliminated. This feature translates to the maximum of passenger comfort and safety, with no roll, heave, pitch, hog, sag, sway, yaw or the effects of motion sickness! Page 99 of 120
  • A Private Enterprise Strategy: Humanitarian Aid to Emerging Economy Proposal Comparing the Hydro Lance Nirvana class ship to the mono-hull and the Mestral class catamaran vessels, the state-of-the-art 200 ton mono-hull ferry (310 passenger capacity) consumes $686 per hour of fuel to travel 24 nautical miles in a sea state of Beaufort 4. The 175 ton Mestral class (250 passengers) catamaran consumes $3,931 per hour of fuel to travel 32 nautical miles in a sea state of Beaufort 4 scale. The 200 ton Nirvana class Hydro Lance faster ferry (310 passenger capacity) consumes $1,686 per hour of fuel to travel 72-80 nautical miles through a Sea State of Beaufort 6-7. In this sea state, the other exampled more conventional vessels would be forced to travel, at reduced speeds, of approximately 8-12 Knots, and in great discomfort. Each Hydro Lance ferry could complete approximately three trips for every one trip that the mono-hull completes one trip, and two trips for every one trip that the Mestral class catamaran completes. In Sea States of Beaufort 5 or 6, the disparity is even greater. Larger Hydro Lance Ferries can pass through at speed, even at higher Force 8 Sea States. Profit Differences: Accordingly, in calm waters, and all three vessels are at capacity, charging a $58 fare for a one- way,130 mile trip, the Nirvana class 310 passenger Hydro Lance would generate a gross revenue of $71,920 in the same time that the 310 passenger mono-hull would generate $17,980 and that the 310 passenger catamaran would generate $35,960. In that same130 mile trip distance, the Hydro Lance ship (4 trips) would spend $11,668 for fuel, the mono-hull (1 trip) would spend $3,704 for fuel and the catamaran (2 trips) would spend $11,676 for fuel. Operations: Most ferry operations do not operate at peak capacity every day of the year, if just for season demand variations. Accordingly, operators will adjust their route schedules to either include less or more frequent trips in order to hold an approximate 80% client passage on each trip. Below is adjusting the ‘profit differences’ above to a reduced 75% passage of 200 patrons instead of the 310 peak capacity.. Operating Comparison Summary… 130 Mile (One Way) Ferry Route Comparison Projected Profit Performa (All at 200 Passenger, 75% Capacity) ......Vessel Type ..................Time/Trips........Gross Revenue....Fuel Cost....Profit Contribution/ Trip Nirvana Class Hydro Lance – 75 Knots (200 Passenger Load) .............4 Trips...................$46,400.......$11,688........$34,712 Page 100 of 120
  • A Private Enterprise Strategy: Humanitarian Aid to Emerging Economy Proposal Mestral Class Catamaran – 32 Knots (200 Passenger Load)..............2 Trips ..................$23,200.......$11,676......$11,524 Mono-hull Ferry -24 knots (200 Passenger Load)…..........1 Trip.....................$11,600.......$ 3,704......$ 7,896 Profit By Passenger Hourly/Miles… 310 Capacity Passenger Ferries, 130 Mile Route 200 Passenger Off-Peak Averaged Occupancy Hourly Vessel Type............Revenue.......Fuel Cost Each.........Expense..........Passenger Mono-hull................. $10.74.................$ 3.42...................$3.94.................$ 3.40 CAT...........................$14,50................$ 7.29....................$4.42.................$7.21 Hydro Lance............$34.11.................$ 2.14...................$4.15.................$27.82 Engine overhaul is expensive for ferry operations. The most significant cost is the lost revenues due to down time during these maintenance periods. The operating time of diesel and gas-turbine engines approximates 10,000 to 15,000 hours between overhauls. At this time of overhaul, there is usually one to two months required to complete all scheduled maintenance. While this is a common requirement to all vessel types, there are important differences. During 10,000 hours, the exampled mono-hull vessel will have traveled 240,000 nautical miles, the catamaran will have traveled 320,000 nautical miles and the Hydro Lance will have traveled 750,000 miles. Based on 12 hours of engine operation per day, each vessel will require an overhaul of the engines every 25 months, but the distance and revenue generated is substantially different. Saleable to any size, the HARTH Technology is to become a paradigm shift in transoceanic surface transport. WRR - HLE Page 101 of 120
  • A Private Enterprise Strategy: Humanitarian Aid to Emerging Economy Proposal Appendix B: Millennial Foundation Monetary System Millennial Foundation understands that most if not all of those whom they serve in times of natural or political disasters will likely have no money or resources available to them. The structure is identified that will have a basis against the value of service contributed with a process of how a productive currency is created with a basis of value. Millennial Foundation offers a concept for a monetary system that has a basis in production and equity as its primary basis of value for the revitalization and renewal of national economies, spreading of wealth and resources among all people, and a sustainable peace on earth. The historical basis for the following monetary currency is primarily on a system used in ancient Egypt that was developed by Biblical Joseph, who was sold into Egypt. Joseph developed a receipt system called an ostraca for farmers who brought grain into the granaries. The ostraca was a piece of pottery with the amount contributed on one side and an expiration date on the other side. As a result of the expiration date, farmers moved the currency as quickly as possible to purchase whatever it was they were going to purchase. The currency lasted over 1,000 years until the Romans conquered and introduced an interest and debt currency basis of value. Trust Document A foreign trust is created with its situs as a domain name is formed to facilitate economic development and the spreading of a productive wealth accumulation monetary currency. Each individual, business, and government who contributes to the Internet Trust recieves a pre-agreed upon value in beneficiary interest with equal value in Net Credits for the service or national currency contributed from which the end service or currency will be used or sold to acquire a portfolio of assets that will become the basis of value for the Internet Trust and the Net Credit monetary system. On a variable basis, the Internet Trust will make a value distribution to all beneficiary shareholders of record based upon their shares in Net Credits Entrance Individuals, businesses, and governments desiring to participate in the economic structure of Millennial Foundation must sign a user agreement that defines the basic economic structure employed. Those who contribute a value-added service to the Internet Trust recieves ten beneficiary shares and ten Net Credits per hour for service rendered as an entrance into the Internet Trust. The initial value is based on the value of US$1 per share into the Internet Trust in the creation of products such as Net Credit licensing agreements to be sold to Internet Trust shareholders and other such: product manufacturing or service produced for resale. As a sale is made using a national fiat currency such as US dollars or British pounds, the currency is used to acquire a portfolio of the following without limitations to: treasury notes, national currencies for liquidity, precious metals, real estate, and corporate equities to give the Net Credit a basis of value against other leading national currencies. Trade Value While shares in the Internet Trust cannot be traded among participants, Net Credits can. The value of the Net Credits among participants will primarily be based on a barter and trade system of what a “ready, willing, and able seller” and a “ready, willing, and able buyer” can agree to trade at. Page 102 of 120
  • A Private Enterprise Strategy: Humanitarian Aid to Emerging Economy Proposal For those who do not wish to trade, Net Credits remaining unused within an account will be charged a tax fee in order to move the currency as quickly as possible. This tax fee will be charged at variable announced intervals and at variable rates based on economic growth or decline in order to move products and services quickly. Exemptions There are exemptions to the tax fee. For those who choose to invest in real estate, businesses, and a variable maximum amount of shares in the Internet Trust receive an exemption benefit up to 40% of remaining funds. Those who wish to contribute to charities or welfare services will receive up to a 50% benefit on the remaining funds at the time of the tax fee. All tax fees are based upon remaining Net Credits in each account at the end of a term. Debt Debt comes in the form of punishment for crimes and is not exempt. Crimes will be repaid through free service to the community while imprisoned and continued service while on parole until the value of the crime is repaid in full. For repeat offenses based on time frequency and weight of offense, the repayment service increases with time and difficulty. If crimes are at a point of never repaying, the offender will have all shares foreclosed upon and removed from the system with no chance of return. Exchange with Other Currencies (Exit) Millennial Foundation will place the Internet Trust on its own stock exchange in order to establish an exchange rate with other leading currencies throughout the world. Once Net Credits become more established and tradable against other national currencies, the exchange rate will likely be based on the productive value of the Internet Trust portfolio to each national currency variable. It is anticipated that the value of the Internet Trust and the Net Credit will rise because of its production over consumption nature and the manipulation of assets and resources to drive value to the currency. Stock Exchange Categories Business Equities: Businesses who sell ownership positions to individuals and other businesses Real Estate Properties: Those who want to acquire real estate can establish a trust or LLC, raise capital from investors to acquire the property, place the property into the trust or LLC, and place trust or LLC on exchange. The only person who can acquire the shares is the individual or family who originated the acquisition of the property. At variable intervals, the owner will acquire at least a minimum amount of shares from one or more of the shareholders in exchange for the equivalent portion of equity in the real estate acquired until the owner has acquired 100% of the total equity in the property. The owner will also be responsible for insurance and maintenance on the property during and after equity acquisition. Should the owner fail in the disposition of their responsibilities, the trustee may require additional fees until the responsibilities of the owner are recovered. While shares in the trust are always retained by the owner and the owner default on equity acquisition or responsibilities for an agreed upon duration, the remaining shareholders can seek a new owner to take over acquisition of property with first owner getting first right of refusal to equity purchase above the others. Page 103 of 120
  • A Private Enterprise Strategy: Humanitarian Aid to Emerging Economy Proposal Emerging Economic Value Nations receiving humanitarian aid or national emerging economy assistance will be required to contribute real estate and other natural resources to the equivalent value of the service rendered. While Millennial Foundation will also seek subsidy sponsorship from partner nations as an investment into stronger diplomatic and/or trade relationships, the value to the currency will have a tendency to rise in value from these contributions to Millennial Foundation. While it is difficult to go into debt within this economic system because neither the currency nor the Internet Trust shares are hypothecatable as assets of value and the financing of debt unless it is government has a greater than 100% tax fee attached to it. Page 104 of 120
  • A Private Enterprise Strategy: Humanitarian Aid to Emerging Economy Proposal Appendix C: Millennial Foundation Welfare System Individuals and families requiring financial assistance in the areas of health insurance, life insurance, education, housing, food, disability, and debt reduction can volunteer time and effort on behalf of someone else on the team through a signed declaration. While each fundraiser will require different time allotments of volunteer service and larger numbers of corporate sponsors, each fundraiser will require a different percentage of fundraising revenues for administration by the Millennial Foundation based upon the requirements and complexities of event(s). Millennial Foundation will place each individual or family-in-need into fundraising teams with other individuals and families who have similar needs from the same company they owe money too, or choose service from, in order to have a structured organized approach to one company at a time. Millennial Foundation will negotiate with the company the cost of the total premium, or amount to be paid from the efforts of the fundraising team. Millennial Foundation will then seek corporate sponsors to attract media attention to their brands within each fundraising event in order to draw prospective customers to sponsoring businesses and their products and services. Each fundraising team will get together and propose fundraising activities that the team will implement with the assistance of the company they are indebted too or seeking services from. Other companies seeking these target audiences may also become involved in the fundraising planning phase in order to attract the focused customers to their brand through sponsoring their fundraising event. Upon acceptance of the fundraising proposal, the fundraising team will implement the proposed fundraiser. The percentage break-down of funds raised are offered in the following: Millennial Foundation, Inc. Event Insurance 1% to 2% Corporate Sponsorship Negotiation 2% to 3% Venue Contracts 2% to 5% Host Employees 5% Security Team 5% Margin for Fundraising 10% Total 25% to 35% of Revenues Premiums/Payments for Fundraising Team 65% to 75% of Revenues The remaining 65% to 75% of remaining revenues will go to the specified need on behalf of each individual or family contributing to the success of the fundraiser. This process facilitates volunteerism on behalf of someone else and someone else’s sponsorship of themselves, hence the team benefit. Nobody can sponsor themselves or their family. The selection process of sponsoring each individual is accomplished anonymously until the individual is selected. A picture of that person or family in need will be in a silhouette format. A Page 105 of 120
  • A Private Enterprise Strategy: Humanitarian Aid to Emerging Economy Proposal summary background of the welfare recipient will be made available upon acceptance of the recipient with and upon completion of the proposed fundraising event. The progress becomes personal and beneficial to each recipient and sponsor involved as a community event. Corporate sponsors will have the privilege of contributing to specific group fundraisers particularly if the activity caters to specific target audiences of interest to the businesses such as a decathlon, a basketball tournament, automobile races, or even a dance social. Millennial Foundation will seek property and casualty insurance for each fundraising activity through large corporate sponsors seeking to expand their target audiences and their market presence. For businesses seeking to provide benefits to their employees, they can sponsor the time of their employees on behalf of their employees as a whole with certain restrictions. Businesses may also contribute cash to a particular team for the purpose of purchasing their products or services and then resold to pay specific payments or premiums. This way, businesses don’t have any leftover inventory at the end of the year because of their contribution, as their inventory may be sold from their facilities on consignment from Millennial Foundation. Millennial Foundation needs to create a separate proposal on this welfare system for the purpose of presenting it to state and national governments for the purpose of outsourcing their welfare needs to Millennial Foundation. No changes in laws are required to implement this concept. To those individuals or families who do not keep their contractual obligations, their portion of the payment or premium will be retained by Millennial Foundation until they have served the specified time required as initially agreed by the individual or family. Once the required obligations are met, the recipient will have the funds which are released and sent to the holder of the obligation. Benefits include: Everyone’s financial needs can be met while reducing the risk on specific debts, reducing the need for state workers’ compensation fund and decreased unemployment by: 1.) the demonstrating and training of specific professional skills in the planning and implementation of proposals needed for future employment, 2.) increasing of property values - due to lower risks of credit defaults and more people qualifying with higher FICO scores, 3.) higher resulting market demand, and 5.) a greater consumer confidence in the markets, while “reducing the financial burden of government” which leads to greater government tax revenues while creating a new environment for lower individual taxes. The benefit to the individuals and families participating are in the service benefit of taking care of someone else while others are taking care of their own needs through a tax-exempt structure and partnership with governments. Needs: Look into the amount state and national governments are spending to cover these services in terms of their budget allotment and see if Millennial Foundation can beat their price while improving the quality and quantity of service through private enterprise. A price will need to be determined for outsourcing our services to each state and nation. Page 106 of 120
  • A Private Enterprise Strategy: Humanitarian Aid to Emerging Economy Proposal Appendix D: Terms and Conditions The terms and condition of this proposal will be on a case-by-case basis and will be established under the following items: • Copyright and Limitations on Use • Purposes of Contractual Agreement • Definitions • Warranties and Uses for Tax-Exempt Bond Issue • Limitations of Liability in Humanitarian Aid and Emerging Economy Operations • Limitations of Liability in Security Force and Intelligence Operations • Support, Coordination, and Collaboration of Military for Joint Security and Intelligence Operations • Support, Coordination, and Collaboration of Financial Management of Monetary Systems • Support, Coordination, and Collaboration of Welfare Management Systems • Benefits of Government as Joint Partner/Sponsor • Dispute Resolution • Amendment of Terms and Conditions • Third-Party Rights • Applicable Laws • Disclaimers Page 107 of 120
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