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Air Power in Irregular Warfare

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Air Power in Irregular Warfare

  1. 1. Book and pay before 9th September 2011 & save up to £300 1 • AIR P 201 OW RE E FA R AR IN EGULAR W General/Flag IRR o cer 1* and EGULAR W above go for FREE IRR IN AR R FA RE E 201 OW 1 • AIR PThe Aviator Hotel, Farnborough, 29th-30th November 2011Modifying platforms and doctrine to improvethe utility of air power in irregular conflicts “A good range & balance. Very valuable -a good overview of current issues” John Fitzgerald, NATO Expert International Speaker Panel includes:Conference highlights include: Colonel Steven Wiggins, Chief of the AFSOC Strike Requirements Division, US AFSOC HQ> Multinational feedback from a variety of theatres, including Colonel Neale Moss, UK Attack Helicopter Force, Afghanistan and North Africa, addressing doctrinal Joint Helicopter Command, HQ Land, UK MoD modifications and aircraft upgrades required to improve the Colonel Cedric Kamensky, Head of F-16 capability of air assets in asymmetric environments Section, Belgian Air Force> A comprehensive assessment of the assets used by the Colonel Onno Eichelsheim, Operational Policy Royal Air Force in current areas of irregular warfare, from ISR and Defence Planning, Helicopter Branch, Royal platforms to Attack Helicopters, and how the RAF is looking Netherlands Air Force to adapt its structure to account for operations against Lt Col Jeffrey Godfrey, Head of Strategy and irregular forces Partnership Development Office, Air Combat Command, US Air Force> Learn about the latest developments in fixed wing light strike Wing Commander Gary Kelly, Ops Division/SO1 capability with presentations from the US LAAR programme Joint Air, RAF Air Warfare Centre office and the Philippines Air Force Wing Commander Andrew Jeffery, SO1 Air and> Hear about the USMC’s experience with its new “roll-on/ Joint Effects, UK MoD roll-off” Harvest Hawk gunship capability for the KC-130s, Major Richard Roberts, KC-130/OSA Action and contrast the utility of this platform with dedicated AC-130 Officer, Aviation Weapon Systems Requirements, gunship assets operated by US AFSOC HQ USMC Major Richard Ongaro, JTAC Instructor, Joint Helicopter Command, HQ Land, UK MoD Workshop A, Monday 28th November, 9:00-11:30 Captain Timothy Walsh, JTAC, Swedish Armed Forces Fixed Wing Aviation in Irregular Warfare Led by: Dr Earl William Powers, Research Fellow, USMC Warfighting Dr Joel Hayward, Dean of RAF College, RAF Laboratory College Cranwell Dr Earl William Powers, Research Fellow, USMC Workshop B, Monday 28th November, 12:30-15:00 Warfighting Laboratory Strategy, Information Operations and Ethics in Irregular Confirmed Representative, Helicopter Air Warfare Component, French Air Force Led by: Professor William Dean, Professor Air Power and Irregular Confirmed Representative, 15th Strike Wing, Warfare, Air Command and Staff College, US Air Force Philippines Air Force Sponsors Register online at or contact us at +44 (0)20 7368 9737 or
  2. 2. PRE- CONFERENCE WORKSHOPS – 28th November 2011Workshop A: Workshop B:09:00 - 11:30: Fixed Wing Aviation in Irregular Warfare 12:30 - 14:30: The Role of Air Power: Strategy, InformationWith fixed wing assets making up the vast majority of airframes operated by modern air Operations and Ethics in Irregular Warfareforces, determining the role they can play in the contemporary, asymmetric operating Despite the importance of kinetic operations against irregular forces, the role of airenvironment is vital to improving air powers contribution to irregular warfare. Attempting power in such conflicts goes beyond simply providing close air support and precisionto use such assets against irregular forces is nothing new, however their methods of strike capability. The “enabling” capabilities, such as lift and information operations, can employment have and will continue to change as new challenges emerge. be just as decisive and are arguably more important than CAS in the strategic conduct of such campaign. Ethical issues surrounding the use of air assets in asymmetric In particular, how can fixed wing assets be modified and procured to provide greater operating environments also need to be given serious considerations, as the falloutcapability and flexibility in the irregular operating environment, whilst still retaining from a misuse of air power can have wide reaching strategic implications.their ability to combat conventional adversaries? Furthermore with the continueddevelopment of various unmanned ISR and combat platforms, what role can these In this workshop we will discuss:assets play within the larger air effort? • The strategic implications of Foreign Internal Defence and Irregular Warfare • Discussion in relation to historic and contemporary examples: Indochina, In this workshop we will discuss: Algeria, Afghanistan and Chechnya• The historical role of fixed wing aviation • Bringing the many facets of air power to bare against the irregular war fighter: • The changes to employment, tactics, techniques and procedures airlift, close air support and information operations• The current state and employment of fixed wing aviation • The ethical considerations of using air power against irregular forces, both • ISR from a moral and strategic perspective • Escort • Whilst air power can provide a vital force multiplier, it needs to be carefully • Close Air Support managed as the failure of air power in irregular warfare can lead to overall • Precision Strike strategic failure• The future of fixed wing aviation, to include both manned and unmanned systems • Increasingly more capable aircraft Led by: Professor William Dean III, Professor for Air Power and Irregular Warfare, • Manned/unmanned teaming and integration Air Command and Staff College, US Air Force • Long dwell times • Increasingly smaller UAS at the small unit level • Armed UAS at the small unit levelLed by: Dr Earl William Powers, Research Fellow, USMC Warfighting Laboratory Sponsors of Air Power in Irregular Warfare 2011: Raytheon uniquely combines four essential In a world of unpredictability and elements — to consistently deliver affordable, increasing financial constraints, the reliable and flexible MD systems that protect BEECHCRAFT AT-6 is a multi-role, multi- nations, infrastructures and populations; A detailed understanding of the mission aircraft system designed to meet the spectrum of needs of the technical requirements for effective Missile Defence systems. 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  3. 3. CONFERENCE AGENDA DAY ONE – 29th November 201108.30 REGISTRATION & COFFEE 14.00 Using Fast Jets Against Asymmetric Targets: The Belgian Experience09.00 Chairman’s Opening Remarks Operating F-16AM’s in Operation Freedom Falcon • Background to the Belgian Air Force’s experience in North Africa: 09.10 The Function of Air Power Against an Irregular Enemy Mandate and mission profiles flown • What contributions can airborne assets make to operations against an • Adapting to fit the operating environment: targeting conventional and irregular enemy? irregular targets at different stages of the campaign • Understanding the limits of what air power can achieve in an • Assessing the sensors and weapon systems employed, and how the asymmetric environment: a force multiplier to ground operations? F-16 mission profile could be improved for operations against • Are airframes procured for conventional conflicts suitable irregular forces for operations against irregular targets given their proximity/ • Lessons learned from Operation Freedom Falcon interconnectivity with the civilian population? Lieutenant Colonel Cedric Kamensky, Head of F-16 Section, • The importance of a definitive, joint service perspective on how air Belgian Air Force assets can contribute to the spectrum of operations required for operating in an asymmetric environment 14.40 The Function and Role of Rotary-Wing Assets in COIN Operations Dr Joel Hayward, Dean of the Royal Air Force College, RAF Cranwell • The contribution of the Apache to airborne COIN operations in Afghanistan09.50 The RAF’s Strategic Perspective on the Role of UK Airpower in • The benefits of rotary-wing assets in relation to fixed-wing assets for Irregular Warfare: Lessons From Recent Theatres of Operation COIN operations and irregular warfare • How have the strategic, operational and tactical demands on air • Equipping and modifying helicopters to improve performance against assets changed over the past decade? irregular forces and provide better support to those on the ground • The RAF’s efforts to adapt doctrine and platforms to counter irregular Colonel Onno Eichelsheim, Operational Policy and Defence Planning, forces and better support troops on the ground Helicopter Branch, Royal Netherlands Air Force • Lessons identified from recent areas of operation: Iraq, Afghanistan and North Africa 15.20 COFFEE AND NETWORKING • Fundamental shift or minor adaptation: is irregular warfare likely to become the central tenant around which air power will have to base 15.40 The UK Attack Helicopter’s Utility in Irregular Warfare itself for the next decade? • UK’s Attack Helicopters – Original roles (ex WP massed armour etc), Wing Commander Gary Kelly, Ops Division/SO1 Joint Air, laydown and operational cycle RAF Air Warfare Centre • UK Attack Helicopter capabilities – Find, Fix, Strike and/or Deter • Recent experiences: Lessons Identified/Learned from Afghanistan 10.30 COFFEE & NETWORKING and North Africa and adapting TTPs. Risk mitigations. • Utility of Attack Helicopters in asymmetric environments 11.00 Airborne Operations in COIN environment • Planning considerations: in support of ground, air and maritime • Complexities of operating in the COIN environment forces; niche capabilities vs. loitering UAVs, fixed wing gunships, fast • Specific aircraft requirements and airborne operations attack etc. • Super Tucano in the COIN scenario Colonel Neale Moss, UK Attack Helicopter Force, Joint Helicopter Almir Suman de Azevedo, Instructor Pilot, Embraer Command, HQ Land, UK MoD11.40 Countering Insurgents in a Domestic Setting: the Philippines 16.20 The French Experience With Attack Helicopters in Asymmetric Experience Environments • Current inventory of air assets that have been employed against • Outline of assets currently deployed for use in Afghanistan and North insurgent forces operating in the Philippines Africa, the mission sets they are being tasked with, and how this fits • The complexities of COIN operations on the Philippines archipelago with allied efforts in the region and how this has shaped requirements • How rotary wing assets fit into the larger air picture when operating • Countermeasures employed by irregular forces to avoid detection and against irregular forces future procurements priorities • Operational feedback from recent sorties in Libya and lessons learned Representative from the 15th Strike Wing, Philippines Air Force from theatre Confirmed Representative, Helicopter Air Component, French Air Force12.20 The Role of Light Strike Aircraft in Counter-Insurgency Operations: The US Airforce Perspective 17:00 Chair’s Close and End of Day One • Outline of the requirements behind the Light Attack/Armed Reconnaissance Aircraft (LAAR) Programme • Reducing costs by utilising the airframe as both a COIN and a training platform • Partnering with allied nations to provide a flexible, cost effective training and light strike capability • Challenges associated with the programme, progress to date and future plans Lieutenant Colonel Jeffrey Godfrey, Head of Strategy and Partnership Development Office, Air Combat Command, US Air Force13.00 NETWORKING LUNCH ARE HOSTING A PRIvATE LUNCH FOR MILITARy PERSONNEL WITH SECURITy CLEARANCE. 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CONFERENCE AGENDA DAY TWO – 30th November 201108.30 REGISTRATION & COFFEE09.00 Chairman’s Recap09.10 From vietnam to Afghanistan: the US AFSOC Experience with the AC- 130 Gunship • The history of the AC-130 in irregular warfare, and its evolution over time • The “Glass Cannon” Dilemma: extremely capable in an unconventional battle space, but too vulnerable to use elsewhere? • Developing the next generation of weapon system: progress to date on the “Dragon Spear” 30mm cannon • The future of the gunship in an age of austerity Colonel Steven Wiggins, Chief of the AFSOC Strike Requirements Division, US AFSOC Hq09.50 Responding to Urgent Requirements from Theatre: the USMC’s KC- 130 Harvest HAWK Capability 12.20 Airborne Reconnaissance in an Asymmetric Environment: the RAF’s • Genesis of the requirement and the US Marine Corps rapid response Experience with the Sentinel R1/ASTOR Platform to the Urgent Need • An Assessment of the capabilities provided by the Sentinel platform • Overview of the Harvest HAWK capabilities: a “Bolt-on/Bolt-off” ISR vs. alternative RAF ISR/ISTAR assets /Weapon Mission System that complements the KC-130J mission set • An outline of the missions currently being flown by Sentinel and the • Feedback from recent operations in Afghanistan: Overwhelming CONOPs behind its use against irregular forces success • Feedback from current theatres of operation, including Afghanistan Major Richard Roberts, KC-130/OSA Action Officer, Aviation Weapon and North Africa Systems Requirements, Hq USMC Squardron Leader Christopher Melville, Officer Commanding 5 Squadron, RAF10.30 COFFEE & NETWORKING 13.00 NETWORKING LUNCH11.00 The RAF Experience Operating the Mq-9 Reaper in Afghanistan • Background to operations: setting up the 39th Squadron to operate 14.00 Training JTACS For Operations Against Irregular Forces: The British the MQ-9 Reaper from Nevada, Arizona Experience In Afghanistan • An assessment of the sensor and weapon capabilities of the platform, • The challenges of directing and coordinating air assets against and how armed UAV’s fit into the larger air picture in an asymmetric irregular fighters environment • The importance and challenges of training JTACS for this new • Issues surrounding operator time on task and the sustainability of operating environment remotely-piloted operations: the personnel issues behind drone • Outside the cockpit: JTAC view on the complexities of using air power operations in asymmetric environments and how this capability could be improved • How can the UAV be adapted to make it more suitable for operating Major Richard Ongaro, JTAC Instructor, Joint Helicopter Command, against an irregular foe? Hq Land, UK MoD Wing Commander Andrew Jeffrey, SO1 Air and Joint Effects, UK Ministry of Defence 14.40 Swedish JTAC Perspective on the Use of Air Assets in Afghanistan • In theatre training, JTAC’s and Commanders, Section through 11.40 Reducing the Burden on Existing ISR Assets: the Role of Short Company/Battle Group Range and Tactical UAvs • Planning with ISAF and executing with ANSF • Examining the capabilities of short range and tactical unmanned • Being non-NATO in ISAF, outside the green comms system, and how they provide highly responsive and flexible ISR to • The wide array of kinetic solutions, pros and cons soldiers on the ground Captain Timothy Walsh, JTAC, Swedish Armed Forces • CONOPs and doctrine behind the use of these platforms, how it differs from MALE/HALE UASs and lessons learned from recent 15.20 Panel Session: The Future Role of Air Power in Irregular Conflicts DESIGN ART AUDIO BUSINESS theatres of operations Having heard from a wide range of platform operators and their • Emerging requirements and current modification efforts: integrating PRODUCTION CODING EVOLVE KEYNOTE THE DEN DEVELOP PANELexperiences from recent theatres of operation, this panel will provide weapons onto the Shadow UAS to provide armed ISR for battalion an opportunity to draw together the lessons identified and discuss the commanders way ahead for air power in irregular conflicts, from doctrine and force Dr Earl William Powers, Research Fellow, USMC Warfighting structure to platform modifications and payloads. 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