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Mike Manazir Presentation to Williams Foundation, March 22, 2108

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Recently retired Rear Admiral "Nasty" Manazir provided an overview of the centrality of the kill web approach o fight higher tempo and high intensity operations.

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Mike Manazir Presentation to Williams Foundation, March 22, 2108

  1. 1. Copyright © 2017 Boeing. All rights reserved. Mike Manazir Vice President, Navy Systems The Boeing Company Williams Foundation March, 2018 The Fifth Generation Fight; An Insider’s View
  2. 2. 2 Except as otherwise noted, the views in this presentation are solely those of the presenter based on his personal experience in the U.S. Navy as well as initial impressions since joining industry. Specifically, comments herein do not represent Boeing policy. Aerofiles.com
  3. 3. 3  Maritime System  Information System  Rate of Technology Change  Budget FOUR FORCES DRIVING CHANGE Images courtesy U.S. Navy
  4. 4. 4 THE “THEORETICAL LIMIT” CURVE Time Performance
  5. 5. 5 Competition for technology Time Performance THE “THEORETICAL LIMIT” CURVE
  6. 6. 6 The nexus of competition and technology Time Performance 2017 THE “THEORETICAL LIMIT” CURVE
  7. 7. 7 The nexus of competition versus the “Theoretical Limit” Time Performance 2017 THE “THEORETICAL LIMIT” CURVE
  8. 8. 8 VADM Mike Gilday, U.S. Navy Tenth Fleet*  “The way we view the environment now is in the domains of space, cyberspace, and the electromagnetic spectrum all merged together. And that invisible battlespace is an area that we have to optimize to win in the future.”  “If we’re not organized correctly to take advantage of all the information out there in an integrated fashion, we’re not going to be able to make decisions faster than the adversary.” * C4ISRnet interview, 8 Feb 2018
  9. 9. 9 AIR F F T T E A SURF SUB SO, WHAT’S A KILL WEB?
  10. 10. 10 AIR F F T T E A SURF SUB SPACE SO, WHAT’S A KILL WEB?
  11. 11. 11 Necessary architecture to prevail in conflict  Align under an integrating concept rather than rigid network reqts  Netted platforms and sensors  Independent of physical boundaries  “Comms as a service” approach [experience of U.S. telecoms in 1980’s]  Open architecture – define that…  Common, flexible standards  Aggregate/disaggregate; ability to self-form  Cross-domain solutions; four-channel encryption INTEGRATED, INFORMATIONIZED SYSTEMS
  12. 12. 12 It’s not about advanced aircraft anymore THE 5TH GENERATION FIGHT Overwhelm the adversary using KILL WEBS  We can no longer DOMINATE in any domain.  Local and temporal [pick a domain] SUPERIORITY  High Tempo, Multi-Dimensional Warfare  How is the 5th Generation Fight different?  Networks not just Platforms; Reach not just Range; Information is the Coin of the Realm  Training for expanded Battlespace is key to success [Think “Ender’s Game”]  LVC – Reps and Sets at the high end  Accelerate Observe – Orient phases in OODA Loop  Man-Machine teaming  Netted capabilities enable greater speed of decision  Create DECISION SUPERIORITY  Operate inside a Kill Web
  13. 13. 13 Optimize Human – Machine Team DECISION SUPERIORITY O – Observe O – Orient D – Decide A – ActNaval-technology.com
  14. 14. 14What do these four concepts have in common? INNOVATE, EXPERIMENT, DEMONSTRATE Images courtesy of U.S. Navy AEGIS Weapon System, 1983 World's first nuclear-powered submarine USS Nautilus (SSN-571) 1958 Carrier Aviation, 1942 Strategic and Technological Necessity Defend the Force Changing the Strategic Calculus Integrated Battleforce 2030 Peer Competition & High End Conflict
  15. 15. Copyright © 2017 Boeing. All rights reserved.

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