Naval Power and Force Projection

The Winter 2019 issue of Naval Power & Force Projection (NP&FP) delves into some of the Navy’s latest in littoral combat ship (LCS), directed energy integrated warfare lethality, and unmanned strike weaponry, each enabling the projection of greater combat power across the Fleet. Of special note, the Winter issue was received well at this year’s Surface Navy Association (SNA), held in Crystal City, VA.

 

Some key topic areas and interviews are:

  • Fleet operations including antisubmarine warfare, surface warfare, and mine countermeasures

 

Perspectives from:

  • RADM Brian Corey, Program Executive Office Unmanned Aviation and Strike Weapons (PEO U&W), on unmanned offensive weapons lethality
  • CDR Scott Larson, Principal Asst. PM, LCS Fleet Introduction and Sustainment Program Office (PMS 505), on LCS integration and asymmetric role in Fleet ops
  • CDR Chris Marvin, Surface Force Atlantic Staff N8 Directorate, U.S. Fleet Forces Command, on LCS crewing, maneuvering, and readiness
  • CAPT Seiko Okano, Major PM, Above Water Sensors, PEO Integrated Warfare Systems (PEO IWS 2.0), on the High Energy Laser and Integrated Optical-Dazzler
    with Surveillance (HELIOS) and directed energy capabilities
  • RADM Ronald A. Boxall, Director, Surface Warfare, OPNAV N96, on the Navy’s Surface Capability Evolution Plan (SCEP) including enhanced lethality, distribution of forces, human-machine teaming, and integration of effects

NP&FP,
Winter 2019
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NP&FP,
Winter 2017/2018

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NP&FP,
Summer 2017

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NP&FP,

December 2016/
January 2017

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