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RDML Tim Gallaudet. Oceanographer & Navigator of the Navy. Commander Naval Meteorology and Oceanography Command. 19 July . 2016. 1. Ensuring Fleet Safety and Warfighting Effectiveness. DATA. PROCESSING/. ID: 675977

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Naval Meteorology and Oceanography

RDML Tim GallaudetOceanographer & Navigator of the NavyCommander Naval Meteorology and Oceanography Command19 July 2016

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Ensuring Fleet Safety and Warfighting Effectiveness

DATA

PROCESSING/

PREDICTION

IMPACT

DECISION

SUBWEAX

FOR TRAINING PURPOSES ONLY

How We Operate

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Seasonally Ice Free Arctic

Water ScarcityExtreme Drought ConditionsIncreasing Flooding

Impacts to All Naval Missions Worldwide

Tropical Cyclone Intensification

El Nino / La Nina

Current Strategic Drivers

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All require Higher Precision Longer Lead Time Forecasting

USN-USMC IntegrationAnti-Access Threats

Non-traditional Platforms

Higher End Platforms

Unmanned Systems

Future Strategic Drivers

Disaggregated Adaptive Force Packages

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The Fleet Imperative

To operate in a contested/deniedenvironment

As a distributed, integrated/networked maneuver force

Customized by the characteristics of the operating environment

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Fleet Advantages

PeopleIntegrated Fire Control

Undersea

When I meet with some of the great-power competitors, they are in awe of our people and are flummoxed on how they would

make

such a force, particularly in the near

term.They

have great challenges there.”

– Adm. Phil Davidson

Volume

Modularity

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The Naval Oceanography Imperative

To Provide the Operational High Ground“When you look at the geography of the Eastern Mediterranean, the Strait of Hormuz, and the Western Pacific, they all are inherently different– and that is what individual Fleet Commanders must prepare for.”

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Strategic Deterrence Support

FNMOC

NAVOCEANO

USNO

US Naval Observatory

Naval Oceanographic Office

Fleet Numerical Meteorology & Oceanography Center

Fundamental to Sea-based Strategic Deterrence Wholeness

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GPS

SATCOMAssured Positioning,Navigation & Timing

Alternate Time Path

TWSTT

(Two Way Satellite Time Transfer)

Various Shore Sites,

e.g. Aegis Ashore, NCTAMS

Other Sources (Signals): e-Loran, Multi-GNSS, RF

Automated Celestial Navigation

U.S

.

Naval

Observatory

SPY – LEO space objects

CTD Shore Site

Geophysical (Bathymetric) Navigation

Assuring Navy Networks, Command, Control, Communications, and Targeting

Networked Collaborative PNT

CEC/Link-16

(Position) Relative Navigation & Time

Geophysical

(

Bathymetric)

Navigation

Non-GPS position

fix based

on r

esident

space object tracking

GPNTS (Time) via

CEC, Link-16

GPNTS (Position) via INS

Automated Visual Bearing Transmitter

Fixed (surveyed sites)

Ashore

Afloat

PNT LOOs

GPS

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Undersea Warfare

Delivering the Ocean’s High GroundA myriad of manned and unmanned systems generating physical battlespace awareness for USW

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Smart Power

Smart PowerSoft Power+Hard Power

=

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Expand

our use of UxS

Enable

the Fleet’s use of UxS

Engage

in future UxS development

Naval Oceanography

Unmanned Systems Strategy

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Influence

development of the Navy’s EMW capabilities

Improve

environmental

sensing and prediction

capabilities

Integrate

EM

environmental impacts into the Navy’s decision-making process.

Naval Oceanography

Electromagnetic Warfare Strategy

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Distribute

cyber hardening and a culture of compliance

Deliver

accurate

and timely

physical battlespace awareness

Develop

Naval

Oceanography

IW capabilities

Naval Oceanography

Information Warfare Strategy

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A high-Velocity Learning Success Story

“When we formulate a plan, we’ve got to predict a result. Then you run it, and see what you get. What were the differences between my expected result and my actual result? And we do some gap analysis or some causal analysis and we resolve the difference. That’s learning.” -- CNO Admiral Jon Richardson, March 3, 2016

Environmental Prediction

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The Weather Gauge of the 21

st CenturyA STEM Education is Essential to Both Deliver and Apply This!

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