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  1. 1. Featuring Requirements for the Presents a training conference: Next Generation BomberLong-Range TMStrike SummitCreating a New Family of Systems to Ensure EffectiveUS Military Power ProjectionSeptember 12 - 14, 2011Renaissance Washington, DC Dupont Circle Hotel Including the Future of Unmanned Combat Aviation Systems Hear from key leaders including: Major General Stephen Wilson, USAF, Commander, 8th Lt Gen Robert Elder, USAF (Ret), Former Commander, Air Force and Commander, Joint Functional Component Joint Functional Component Command for Space and Global Command for Global Strike, United States Strategic Command Strike, United States Strategic Command Maj Gen Tom Jones, USAF, Director of Operational Maj Gen William Chambers, USAF, Assistant Chief of Requirements, Deputy Chief of Staff for Operations, Plans, and Staff for Strategic Deterrence and Nuclear Integration, Requirements, HQ USAF HQ USAF The Honorable Dr. Donald Cook, Deputy Administrator Mark Gunzinger, Senior Fellow, Center for Strategic for Defense Programs, National Nuclear Security Administration and Budgetary AssessmentsThe Only Event in the US to Deliver:• AF Requirements for the Next Generation Bomber• Development Concepts of a Conventional Prompt Global Strike System• Advancements in Long-Range Unmanned Combat and ISR Aerial Systems• Modernization and Sustainment Efforts of Current Nuclear Weapons Systems ITARSponsor: Media compliant event. Partners: Open only to US persons. See Page 6 for | 1-800-882-8684
  2. 2. Who You Long-Range TM Will Meet: • Platform Development and Acquisition Executives Strike Summit • Policy Makers • Systems Engineers • Operational Commanders • Technical Directors • Directors of September 12 - 14, 2011 • Renaissance Washington, DC Dupont Circle Hotel Experimentation • Test Directors • Research and Development Directors The ability to conduct superior long-range strike operations has long given the US an important military advantage. But the DoD’s long-range strike “family of systems” (land-based bombers, carrier-based strike aircraft, cruise missiles and supporting airborne EA platforms) is in critical need of an upgrade, amidst fears that the US is currently at risk of About IDGA: losing its ability to effectively penetrate anti-access/area denial (A2/AD) battle networks. The US government has earmarked more than $5 billion over the next five fiscal years for a number of long-range strike programs, highlighted by a new long-range bomber for the Air Force and an unmanned carrier-launched surveillance and strike system for the Navy. The Institute for Defense & Government Advancement In response to the demand for greater detail on these new requirements and future (IDGA) is a non-partisan programs, military and industry leaders are meeting in September at IDGA’s Long-Range information based organization Strike Summit to discuss strategic capabilities and the need for an updated family of dedicated to the promotion of systems. Perhaps most importantly, the event will focus on the joint service strategy that is innovative ideas in public service critical to meeting the overarching objective of global access. and defense. We bring together speaker panels comprised of The relationship between USAF and USN will be discussed with an emphasis on the Air-Sea military and government Battle Concept and the future of joint doctrine, concepts, operations and technology professionals while attracting necessary to overcome the ever-improving A2/AD capabilities around the globe. delegates with decision-making power from military, government Specific critical areas for discussion include: and defense industries. • Improving Air-Sea Battle Policy, Concepts and Development • Increasing the Range of Carrier Based Air Systems In addition to our live events, • Acquisition Plans for the Necessary Family of Long-Range Strike Systems IDGA offers an online • Nuclear Asset Protection, Integration and Readiness community dedicated to providing defense industry The summit will bring together senior level officials from the DoD, US Allied Forces, the professionals with industry defense industry, and the academic community to increase the effectiveness of Long-Range analysis and insights through Strike operations. podcasts, videos, webinars, articles, and presentations from Reserve your place amongst the leaders in strategic operations by calling 1-800-882-8684 or key industry leaders. Members visiting! of our online community are able to extend their live event I look forward to seeing you in September! experience and interact with the defense industry by leveraging the opportunity to network, share ideas, best practices, and business solutions. Thomas Engelman Join our community Program Director today at IDGA Long-Range Strike Summit Join us on at Become our fan on at Follow us on at Log on to or call 1-800-882-8684 to register today
  3. 3. Pre-Summit Focus Day Monday, September 12, 2011Advancing Propulsion Systems in Support of Long-RangeStrike CapabilitiesThis in-depth focus day will present cutting edge propulsion technology to improvethe range and effectiveness of long-range strike and supporting ISR capabilities.Hear briefs from leading authorities on the research, development, and fielding of propulsionsystems capable of increasing the range of munitions, UAV’s, and manned aircraft. 9:00 AM Registration & Coffee 9:30 – 11:30 AM High Performance Pulse Motor for Mission Flexibility Although solid rocket motors (SRM) are ideally suited to many propulsion How you will benefit: applications, their lack of controllability restricts their mission flexibility. • Overcome performance losses due to problems such as reduced Following ignition of an SRM’s propellant grain, combustion continues propellant mass fraction and resulting loss in total impulse until all propellant is consumed. This presentation will focus on • Improve the controllability of missile systems for a multi-role capability technology to improve the mission flexibility of solid rocket motors. • Reduce total cost through mission flexible systems What will be covered: Presenter: • Using a pulse motor configuration to improve control of thrust profile Mike Fisher • The advantages of utilizing multiple solid propellant grains Business Area Manager, Propulsion Technology • A demonstration of the feasibility of high performance solid rocket Cornerstone Research Group pulse motors with bonded end closures, incorporating innovative materials and manufacturing processes 11:30 – 12:00 PM Networking Luncheon 12:00 – 2:00 PM Propulsion for Miniature Systems A compact heavy fueled engine is progressing from a desire to a How you will benefit: requirement. This presentation will outline a miniature Meyer Nutating • Increase the payload, range, and loitering capability of UAV’s due to Disk Engine that provides the means of propulsion that the military has a lighter, more efficient propulsion system been seeking for use in a variety of systems. • Increase the range and efficiency of munitions as well as payload capacity What will be covered: • Increase the maximum elevation of UAV’s and other systems • The advantage in power to weight ratio of a nutating disk engine vs. a traditional internal combustion engine Presenter: • Systems that would benefit from this technology including UAV’s Michael Boruta and Munitions Principal Kinetic BEI LLC 2:00 – 4:00 PM NOFBX Monopropellant Powered Powerplants This presentation discusses the current State-of-the-Art in high operating commercial rocket propulsion technology will be demonstrated on an upcoming temperature powerplants designed to operate utilizing high energy density, 2012 commercial flight experiment deployed on the International Space Station non-toxic, low cost commercial NOFBX monopropellants. These regeneratively- as a U.S. non-toxic alternative to Russian reboost capability and a block upgrade cooled powerplants do not require air for either supporting combustion or option for all ISS visiting vehicles’ maneuvering and deorbit propulsion to providing engine cooling and as a result can be used in high altitude or Station. vacuum applications (or underwater). Early phase R&D of the NOFBX powerplants have been funded under DARPA Phase I/II SBIR to address the What will be covered: challenges and feasibility of flying high altitude, long endurance (HALE) • Overview of work on NOFBX HALE powerplants that was conducted under vehicles and allow extreme altitude vehicles to potentially fly outside of current the DARPA SBIR program ground-based threats. The high energy density NOFBX monopropellants (~9.5x • NOFBX power cycle trades and System level performance analysis on high energy density of State-of-the-Art Lithium Ion batteries) combined with the temperature gas fuel cell/turbine option very high conversion efficiency HALE powerplants allows the NOFBX HALE • Technical challenges to be addressed to mature the NOFBX HALE powerplant powersystem to achieve propellant consumption performance per unit technology horsepower generated that rivals traditional fuel/air powerplants. The non- toxic, low cost, NOFBX commercial monopropellants have been originally Presenter: developed under joint Commercial/NASA/FAA funding for purposes of Greg Mungas upgrading the U.S. commercial Space Transportation System to non-toxic, high Chief Technical Officer performance aerospace propellants in rocket thruster applications. The NOFBX Firestar Technologies/Defense Propulsion Systems3 Log on to or call 1-800-882-8684 to register today
  4. 4. Main Summit Day One Tuesday, September 13, 2011 7:15 Registration & Coffee 12:00 Networking Luncheon 8:00 Chairperson’s Opening Remarks 1:00 Long-Range Strike Munitions Development: High Speed Novel Precision Effects on 8:15 The Case for a Long-Range Strike Family of Surface Targets Systems This panel from the Air Force Research Laboratory’s Munitions • A framework for thinking about long-range strike Directorate will address a concept derived from the Prompt • Assessing attributes of a future long-range strike family of Global Strike study which identified a high-speed cruise missile systems as an option to strike time-critical and high-value targets. The AFTERNOON PANEL • The next long-range strike family of systems LRS multi-directorate demonstration plan will leverage • Initiatives and implementation technology investments in munitions, propulsion, airframe, materials, information, and sensors areas. The end result will be Mark Gunzinger a test of a long-range high speed cruise missile with the ability Senior Fellow to cruise at high mach numbers over extended ranges using Center for Strategic and Budgetary Assessments advanced guidance and warheads. 9:00 AF Acquisition Strategy for a Family of Panel Leaders:KEYNOTE REMARKS Long-Range Strike Systems John Leugers • The 2012 Air Force budget and critical initiatives Team Lead, Long Range Strike • Timelines for procurement of Air Force Assets Air Force Research Laboratory Munitions Directorate • Funding for long-range strike systems and target acquisition James Weber goals Team Lead, Long Range Strike TBA: See Website for Updated Speaker Information Air Force Research Laboratory Munitions Directorate 9:45 Networking and Refreshment Break 2:30 Networking and Refreshment Break 10:30 Operational Requirements and Necessary 3:15 Naval Submarine Systems in Support of Capabilities for the Air Force Family of Long-Range Strike Capabilities Long-Range Strike Systems • The US and Allied Submarine Fleet support for strategic • Minimum operational requirements for the AF family of deterrence and strikeAF LONG-RANGE STRIKE REQUIREMENTS long-range strike systems • The SSBN and SSGN fleets’ role in the long-range strike • Anticipated requirements for the next generation bomber capability • Overall AF capability requirements and the role of long-range • Systems upgrades in support of fleet ballistic missile strike systems capabilities and extended reach Maj Gen Tom Jones, USAF TBA: See Website for Updated Speaker Information Director of Operational Requirements Deputy Chief of Staff for Operations, Plans, and Requirements, 4:00 High Density or Multi-Functional Compact HQ USAF Power Source • Increasing the range and time aloft of miniature unmanned 11:15 The Next Generation Long-Range Bomber air vehicles (UAVs), while using less electricity System • Enabling much longer missions and higher battery payload • Current strategic bomber assets and operational update for increased UAV effectiveness • Role of the 8th AF within Air Force Global Strike Command Daniel Marshall • Anticipated requirements for a next generation bomber Principal Major General Stephen Wilson, USAF Cube Technology Commander, 8th Air Force Commander, Joint Functional Component Command for 4:45 End of Main Summit Day One Global Strike, United States Strategic Command Outstanding speaker panel and information presented -Director of Business Development, BAE Systems4 Log on to or call 1-800-882-8684 to register today
  5. 5. Main Summit Day Two Wednesday, September 14, 2011 7:30 Registration & Coffee 12:00 Networking Luncheon 8:00 Chairperson’s Opening Remarks 1:00 Prompt Global Strike Concepts and Potential Delivery Systems 8:15 The Air Force’s Nuclear Mission and Joint This panel will present current concepts for a prompt globalOPENING KEYNOTE REMARKS Partnerships Vital to Maintain a Safe and AFTERNOON PANEL strike system. Panelists will discuss the advantages and Effective Nuclear Deterrence Strategy disadvantages of currently proposed delivery systems and the • The Air Force’s reinvigoration of the nuclear enterprise as its most likely direction for a US Conventional Prompt Global number-one priority Strike System. • Policy that our nation is undertaking to insert nuclear Amy Woolf deterrent capability into national security strategy Specialist in Nuclear Weapons Policy • Modernizations and sustainment efforts of current weapons Congressional Research Service systems Debojit Sarkar Maj Gen William Chambers, USAF Subject Matter Expert Assistant Chief of Staff for Strategic Deterrence Deloitte and Touche and Nuclear Integration HQ USAF 2:30 Networking and Refreshment Break 9:00 Science and Technology Advancements forNNSA KEYNOTE REMARKS 3:00 Unmanned Aerial Systems Development for Improved Maintenance of Nuclear Munitions Over-the-Horizon Mission Effectiveness and Rapid Response Capabilities for the DoD • Advancements in carrier launched UCAV’s and their role in • Maintaining and enhancing the safety, security and reliability the long-range strike mission of the US nuclear weapons stockpile • ISR deployment for improved precision strike capability • Current efforts to revitalize the entire nuclear weapons • Ethical concerns regarding the use of UCAV’s complex to be smaller, safer, more secure and more efficient Dr. Bill Powers The Honorable Dr. Donald Cook Research Fellow Deputy Administrator for Defense Programs Potomac Institute for Policy Studies National Nuclear Security Administration Center for Emerging Threats & Opportunities Marine Corps Warfighting Lab 9:45 Networking and Refreshment Break 3:45 Air-Sea Battle Concept and Joint Service 10:30 Increasing the Range of Carrier Based Air Capacity for Long-Range Strike Systems • Overcoming advanced A2/AD capabilities through joint • Projecting power through longer range naval air systems service capability development • Requirements and concepts for carrier launched UAV’s • Preserving the US military’s ability to access key areas of vital TBA: See Website for Updated Speaker Information interest Mackenzie Eaglen 11:15 The Role of Long-Range, Persistent Strike Research Fellow for National Security Capabilities in Developing Strategic and The Heritage Foundation Operational Courses of Action across the Conflict Spectrum 4:30 End of Main Summit Lt Gen Robert Elder, USAF (Ret) Former Commander Joint Functional Component Command for Space and Global Strike, United Strategic Command Extremely timely information and relevant organizational perspectives -Branch Head, OPNVAV N5 5 Log on to or call 1-800-882-8684 to register today
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