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2. Who are we - What do we do?. Essential MissionProvide a lopsided warfighting favorable position for ASW Forces through the utilization of oceanographic sciencesNomenclatureNOATNaval Oceanography ASW TeamDeployed backing to major ASW CommandersNOADNaval Oceanography ASW Detachment Direct shore backing to either P3 Tactical Support Center or major ASW StaffRBCReachback CellCentralized generation center
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Operational ASW Program Overview CDR Van Gurley Commanding Officer Naval Oceanography ASW Center Stennis

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Who are we - What do we do? Essential Mission Provide a deviated warfighting advantage for ASW Forces through the use of oceanographic sciences Nomenclature NOAT Naval Oceanography ASW Team Deployed support to major ASW Commanders NOAD Naval Oceanography ASW Detachment Direct shore support to either P3 Tactical Support Center or major ASW Staff RBC Reachback Cell Centralized generation center – "ASW 911" - for the Fleet

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What makes this hard? ASW is an empowering fighting territory Output is not measured in tonnage A kill may not be great… and contact may not mean contact Primary ecological effects are subordinates of determined amounts No concurred way to quantify essential model ability Very extra target perception set Most criticism is narrative Currently moving in different headings in the meantime Transform what we do Change where we do it Improve the nature of the yield Do it for less

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Organization CNMOC COO ASW Director ASW REACHBACK CELL CO, Naval Oceanography ASW Center Yoko C7F/CTF-74/CDS-15 CO, Naval Oceanography ASW Center Stennis Deployed ASWCs/STK GRUs Joint NOAC/NAVO Effort OIC, Naval Oceanography ASW Detachment San Diego FLTASWCOM OIC, Naval Oceanography ASW Detachment Norfolk FLTASWCOM DET Norfolk OIC, Naval Oceanography ASW DET Pearl CPRW 2 CTF-12 Pearl Staffs OIC, Naval Oceanography ASW DET Naples CTF 69 OIC, Naval Oceanography ASW DET Misawa CTF 57/72 OIC, Naval Oceanography ASW DET Kadena CTG 72.2 OIC, Naval Oceanography ASW DET Whidbey CPRW 10 CPOIC, Naval Oceanography ASW Detachment Sigonella CTF-67 OIC, Naval Oceanography ASW DET JAX CPRW 11 CDS-24 CPOIC, Naval Oceanography ASW Detachment Brunswick CPRW 5 Deployed Ops Support Major ASW Staff Support MPRA TSC Dets

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Program Strategic Realignment Level of Effort COCOM Battlespace Prep Survey Program TAS TOS Mission execution briefs OPLAN/CONPLAN Studies Years Months Weeks Days Hours Strategic Operational Tactical

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Program Strategic Realignment Level of Impact Level of Effort COCOM Battlespace Prep Survey Program TAS TOS Mission execution briefs OPLAN/CONPLAN Studies Years Months Weeks Days Hours Strategic Operational Tactical

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Program Strategic Realignment Operational Planning Team Engagement Mission Planning Cell Engagement OPLAN/CONPLAN Development Environmental Reconnaissance Environmental Reconstruction and Analysis Level of Impact Level of Effort Trade Space Opportunity COCOM Battlespace Prep Survey Program TAS TOS Mission execution briefs OPLAN/CONPLAN Studies Years Months Weeks Days Hours Strategic Operational Tactical

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Naval Oceanography ASW Teams 2 to 3 man groups set out for high force ASW TACON to ASWC Operational arranging and execution Tether/Fly-away group technique CDS-7/RRSG ASWC 291717Z APRIL 06 MID-DEPLOYMENT FEEDBACK THE VALUE THE NOAT HAS PROVIDED THE DESRON STAFF HAS BEEN TREMENDOUS. THE REAL-TIME ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENTS AND TACTICAL RECOMMENDATIONS WOULD HAVE BEEN DIFFICULT AT BEST WITHOUT THEM ONBOARD... NOAT IS A SIGNIFICANT STEP FORWARD IN DEVELOPING THE CARRIER STRIKE GROUP\'S ASW WARFIGHTING READINESS AND SHOULD BE MADE AN INTEGRAL PART OF EVERY CARRIER STRIKE GROUP. Compact discs 15/KHKSG ASWC 220120Z JUL 06 VALIANT SHIELD SUMMARY THE NOAT ENVIRONMENTAL AND ACOUSTIC ANALYSIS ENABLED THE OPTIMIZATION OF SHIP AND AIRCRAFT ASW SENSORS AND TACTICS... Completely INTEGRATED WITH THE DESRON 15 WATCHTEAM, NOAT PERSONNEL WERE STATIONED ALONGSIDE THE AZ MODULE IN CDC FOR 24 HOUR CONTINUOUS SUPPORT. NOAT PROVIDED DESRON 15 WITH TACTICAL RECOMMENDATIONS TO BEST EXPLOIT THE ENVIRONMENT CDS-21/JCSSG ASWC 210117Z NOV 06 PERSONAL FOR FROM COMMODORE SALVATO ...IN SUMMARY, NOAT PLAYED A VITAL ROLE IN THE SUCCESS OF JCSSG ANTI-SUBMARINE WARFARE TEAM- - I COULD NOT HAVE DONE IT WITHOUT THEM.

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Tactical Asset Reallocation JCS COMPTUEX 06 Initial Screen Assignments NOAT Recommendation Recommended Change to FB – New Plan Implemented

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RBC Analysis 3 – 5 Days Prior Operational Maneuver Planning JCS COMPTUEX 06 SG Opposed Transit Plan Oceanographic Analysis NOAT incorporated all through OPS Planning Processes CZ ranges Surface conduit zones Acoustic Analysis COA Track Analysis Blue No Flaming Datum - Operational Oceanography Fully Embedded

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Optimized Force Allocation SMART SEARCH 05 Baseline – no Glider information MPA Operational Impact SSN Sargasso Sea Front Sargasso Sea Front Cold Core Eddy MPA Warm Core Remnant Warm Core Remnant Cold Core Eddy Asset Allocation Plan before IPE SSN MPA Median time to recognize enhances from 23 to 13 hours at half Pd Probability of identifying both dangers enhances from 75% to 87% MPA High Resolution – Glider information + specialists tuning the model Asset Allocation after IPE

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Possible Metrics Desired Focus Level of Impact Improvement in hunt adequacy & speed Area choice, COA advancement, and sensor position tuned to nature Increase in CPd & diminish in false alert rates through abuse of the earth Increase in Sea Shied compel safeguard act Use of the earth to amplify drive security pose Decrease in unintended holes in region freedom operations & obstructions Decrease Blue constrain misfortunes & hazard to HVU Accurately evaluate & diminish chances because of crevices in ecological learning Environmental surveillance Adaptive testing Level of Performance Accuracy of models/databases/items/appraisals Speed of conveyance of the models/databases/items/appraisals Degree of shared trait crosswise over TDAs Level of Alignment % of items moved Degree of conformance to CONOPs Level of Effort # of reviews finished # of items created # of RBC solicitations filled # of activities/operations with cooperation # of units went by Traditional Focus

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Strategy & Opportunities Engagement at C2 Nodes with Fleet Partners Small Mission Specific Teams Embedded Forward Operational Oceanography For ASW Central Mission Support Hub Coordinated & Aligned Production Authoritative natural information Optimized ASW arrangements and operations Relentless Experimentation, Verification, & Validation

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