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ABERDEEN PROVING GROUND ADVANCED PLANNING BRIEFING TO INDUSTRY The U.S. Army Research, Development and Engineering Command Mr. Jyuji Hewitt Executive Deputy to the Commanding General 31 January 2017 1 The forecast data is for planning purposes, does not represent a pre-solicitation synopsis, does not constitute an invitation for bid or request for proposal, and is not a commitment by the government to purchase the desired products and services Approved for Public Release

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  • ABERDEEN PROVING GROUND

    ADVANCED PLANNING BRIEFING

    TO INDUSTRY

    The U.S. Army Research, Development and

    Engineering Command

    Mr. Jyuji Hewitt

    Executive Deputy to the Commanding General

    31 January 2017

    1

    The forecast data is for planning purposes, does not

    represent a pre-solicitation synopsis, does not constitute an

    invitation for bid or request for proposal, and is not a

    commitment by the government to purchase the desired

    products and services

    Approved for Public Release

  • APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE13 JAN 17 2

    APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE

    Key Points

    RDECOM will ensure S&T materiel readiness for 2040 and beyond

    U.S. Army Research, Development and Engineering Command (RDECOM) is the Armys

    premier organization for science, technology and engineering

    Support to the Warfighter is our #1 priority we support current operations and shape

    capabilities for the deep future

    We ensure the decisive edge for our Army, joint partners and Nation

    We are operationalizing RDECOM - aligning S&T funding to requirements

    We optimize S&T; employing system of systems practices as well as modernization

    Partnerships with industry, academia, DoD labs, and our Allies are essential

  • APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE13 JAN 17 3

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    Did You Know

    RDECOM will continue to leverage innovation to provide decisive overmatch

    U.S. Army Research, Development and Engineering Command

    Executes 74% the Army S&T budget

    Employs 13,800 civilians, direct contractors and military, 11,000 of which are scientists

    and engineers

    Has over 515 active CRADA agreements with industry and academia

    Supports life-cycle engineering the E in RDECOM

    Provides an integrated cradle-to-grave resource for the development

    of new systems and the life extension of legacy systems

    Has 9 International Technology Centers and partnerships

    with 27 nations

  • UNCLASSIFIED

    UNCLASSIFIEDUNCLASSIFIED

    UNCLASSIFIED

    U.S. Army Commands (ACOMs)

    Ensuring Army Combat Readiness

    Equipping and Sustaining

    Organizing and Manning

    U.S. ArmyMateriel Command

    U.S. Army Forces Command

    Prevent: The Army prevents conflict by maintaining credibility based on capacity, readiness and modernization

    Shape: The Army shapes the environment by sustaining strong relationships with other Armies, building their capacity, and facilitating strategic access

    Win: If prevention fails, the Army rapidly applies its combined arms capabilities to dominate the environment and win decisively

    UNCLASSIFIED

    Training and Doctrine

    U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command

  • UNCLASSIFIED

    UNCLASSIFIED

    UNCLASSIFIED

    U.S. Army Materiel Command

    AMC Sustaining the Strength of the Nation!

    MISSION

    Army Materiel Command Develops and Delivers

    Materiel Readiness Solutions to Ensure

    Globally Dominant Land Force Capabilities

    VISION

    Army Materiel Command is Operationalized as the

    Armys Materiel Integrator, Synchronizing Capabilities

    and Resources to Ensure Army Readiness

  • UNCLASSIFIED

    UNCLASSIFIED

    AMC Strategic Priorities

    Our Army Americas Force of Decisive Action

    Readiness

    (Current Fight)

    Future Army

    (Future Fight)

    Take Care of the Troops

    (Always)

    Taking Care of Our Soldiers,

    Civilians, and their Families

    Developing Capabilities to

    Counter Emerging Threats

    Meaningful Acquisition Reform

    CSA Strategic Priorities

    SecArmy Top Priorities

    CG, AMC Strategic Priorities

    Strategic Readiness: AMC

    Operationalizes its Essential

    Functions at the Tactical,

    Operational, and Strategic Levels

    to Assure Sustainable Readiness

    Future Force: AMC is Postured at

    Echelon to Synchronize and

    Integrate S&T and R&D to Defeat

    any Adversary

    Soldiers and People: AMC

    Ensures Logistics Corps Soldiers

    and the Civilian Workforce are

    Trained and Ready to Execute

    Doctrinal and Directed Missions

    in Support of Army Priorities and

    Missions

  • APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE13 JAN 17 7

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    How We Fit

    Synchronizing programs and requirements

    MG Cedric T. Wins

    CG RDECOM

    GEN David G. Perkins,

    CG TRADOC

    Ms. Steffanie Easter,

    ASA(ALT) & AAE

    GEN Gustave F. Perna,

    CG AMC

  • APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE13 JAN 17 8

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    RDECOM Vision and Mission

    Vision

    To be the Army's enabling command in

    the development and delivery of capabilities

    that unburden, empower, and protect

    the Warfighter.

    Mission

    Provide innovative research, development

    and engineering to produce capabilities that

    provide decisive overmatch to the Army

    against the complexities of the current and

    future operating environments in support of

    the Joint Warfighter and the Nation.

  • APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE13 JAN 17 9

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    Army S&T Performing Organizations

    RDECOM is a critical component of the Army S&T enterprise

    Army

    Materiel Command

    INFRASTRUCTURE/

    ENVIRONMENTALPERSONNEL

    HQDA, G-1 Personnel

    MEDICAL

    Army Medical

    Command

    Army Corps of

    Engineers

    STRATEGIC MISSILE

    DEFENSE

    Army Space

    and Missile

    Defense Command

    TEST AND

    EVALUATION

    Army Test and Evaluation

    Command

    Medical Research

    Materiel CommandArmy Research Institute Future Warfare Center

    Capability Development

    Engineer Research and

    Development CenterAberdeen Test Center

    MATERIEL

    Army Research

    Laboratory

    Armament

    Research, Development

    and Engineering Center

    Aviation and Missile

    Research, Development

    and Engineering Center

    Communications-

    Electronics

    Research, Development

    and Engineering Center

    Edgewood Chemical

    Biological Center

    Natick Soldier

    Research, Development

    and Engineering Center

    Tank Automotive

    Research, Development

    and Engineering Center

    Army Research,

    Development and

    Engineering Command

    ADCON ADCON ADCON

    Americas

    RDECOM Forward

    Element

    Santiago, Chile

    Atlantic

    RDECOM Forward

    Element

    London, England Tokyo, Japan

    Pacific

    RDECOM Forward

    Element

  • APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE13 JAN 17 10

    APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE

    What We Do

    Delivering capabilities for the Army, joint warfighters, and our Nation

    Airframe Structures

    Rotors & Rotor

    Systems

    Sensors and Seekers

    Guidance, Navigation,

    and Control

    Propulsion

    Counter-UAS

    Visualization

    Anti-Access/

    Area Denial

    Missile Defense

    Munitions Systems &

    Technologies

    Integrated Weapon

    Systems

    Energetics, Warheads

    & Manufacturing

    Guidance, Navigation

    & Control

    Fuze & Precision

    Armament Technology

    Cross Domain Fires

    Extramural Basic

    Research

    Computational

    Sciences

    Materials Research

    Sciences-for-Maneuver

    Information Sciences

    Sciences for Lethality

    and Protection

    Human Sciences

    Assessment & Analysis

    Advanced Computing &

    Big Data

    Agile Manufacturing

    Synthetic Biology

    Mission Command

    Tactical and

    Deployed Power

    Tactical Cyberspace

    Operations

    Electronic Warfare

    Intelligence,

    Surveillance,

    Reconnaissance

    and Targeting

    Network

    Prioritize Position

    Navigation and

    Timing (PNT)

    Chemistry and

    Biological Sciences

    CB Agent Handling

    and Surety

    CBRNE Materiel

    Acquisition

    CBRNE Analysis

    and Testing

    CBRNE Munitions and

    Field Operations

    Advanced/Multifunctional

    Materials

    Biomechanics

    Cognitive & Behavioral

    Sciences

    Food Science

    Geographic/Precision

    Guided Systems

    Soldier Performance

    Optimization

    Biological Technology

    Neuro-cognition

    Ground Vehicle

    Survivability

    Autonomy-Enabled

    Systems

    Vehicle Electronic

    Architecture

    Ground System Software

    Ground Vehicle Power

    & Mobility

    Robotics/Autonomous

    Systems

    Combat Vehicles

    Advanced Protection

    Systems

  • APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE13 JAN 17 11

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    Where We Are CONUS

    National reach of supporting locations enables development of materiel solutions

    RDECOM, NTC

    Support, Ft. Irwin, CA

    RDECOM, III CORPS

    Ft Hood, TX

    AMRDEC

    Moffett Field, CA

    UARC, ICB, ARL

    Santa Barbara, CA

    UARC, ICT, ARL

    Los Angeles, CA

    ARL, White Sands

    Missile Range, NM

    TARDEC & RDECOMAMERICAS, USARNORTH/

    USARSOUTH, Ft. Sam Houston, TX

    RDECOM, JRTC Support

    Ft. Polk, LA

    ARDEC & ECBC

    Rock Island, IL

    ARDEC

    Waterviet, NY

    UARC, ISN, ARL

    Boston, MA

    CERDEC

    Lakehurst, NJ

    RDECOM FAST HQs, ARL,

    PIF, & ARDEC APG, MD

    RDECOM, USSOCOM & USCENTCOM

    Support MacDill AFB, FL

    CERDEC

    Ft. Belvoir, VA

    CERDEC

    Ft. A.P. Hill, VA

    RDECOM, USSOUTHCOM

    Support, Miami, FL

    ARL

    Orlando, FL

    AMRDEC

    Hampton, VA

    AMRDEC

    Ft. Eustis, VA

    RDECOM, XVIII ABN

    Corp & USASOC Support

    Ft. Bragg, NC

    ARL, Raleigh

    Durham, NC

    RDECOM, ARCENT

    Support Shaw AFB, SC

    ECBC

    Life Sciences Division

    Dugway Proving Ground, UT

    ECBC

    Pine Bluff Arsenal, AR

    TARDEC w/ PIF

    Warren, MI

    NSRDEC w/ PIF

    Natick, MA

    ARDEC w/ PIF

    Picatinny, NJ

    ECBC w/ PIF

    APG-EA, MDARL, Adelphi, MD

    AMRDEC w/ PIF

    Redstone Arsenal, AL

    CERDEC, APG, MD

    APG, MD

    ARL West

    University of Southern

    California

    AMRDEC & CERDEC

    Ft. Carson, CO

  • APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE13 JAN 17 12

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    Where We Are OCONUS

    Driving innovation around the world with our allies and partners

    Engagement Warfighter SupportTechnology Search

    LEGEND

    FAST ADVISORS

    RDECOM

    ITC

    RDECOMAmericas

    RDECOMAtlantic

    RDECOMPacific

    PROPOSED

    USAREUR/7th ARMYHeidelberg, GE

    JMTCGrafenwohr, GE

    USFK/8th ARMYSeoul, ROK

    FAST ADVISOR 5-

    JAPAN

    INDIA USPACOM/

    USARPACOahu, HI

    ALCOM/USARAKAnchorage, AK

    USARAFRICAVicenza, IT

    USAFRICOMStuttgart, GE

    USEUCOMStuttgart, GE

    RDECOMATLANTIC &

    ITC ATLANTIC

    (UNITED KINGDOM)ITC GERMANY RDECOMPACIFIC &

    ITC PACIFIC (JAPAN)

    ITC FRANCE ITC PACIFIC-

    SINGAPORE

    ITC PACIFIC-

    AUSTRALIA

    RDECOMAMERICAS &

    ITC AMERICAS (CHILE)

    ITC AMERICAS-ARGENTINA

    ITC AMERICAS-CANADAJMRCHohenfels, GE

    SOUTH AFRICA ISRAEL

  • APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE13 JAN 17 13

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    The RDECOM Business Model

    Engineering throughout the lifecycle is critical

    RDECOM/

    ASAALT/

    DASART/

    AMC

    RDECOM

    TRADOC

    (Requirements)

    ICDs / CDDs / CPDsWFOs / CNA

    ASA(ALT) PEO / PMs AMC LCMCsRDECOM

    Research (6.16.2)

    Human Sciences

    Sciences for Lethality

    and Protection

    Information Sciences

    Sciences for Maneuver

    Technology

    Development

    (6.26.3)

    Cyber Security and

    Operations

    Integrated Soldier Protection

    Autonomy-Enabled

    Formations

    Engineering

    (6.46.6)

    Systems Engineering

    Software Engineering

    Survivability / Lethality

    Engineering

    Prototyping, Modeling /

    Simulation

    LCMCs and Depots

    COCOMS / Field (6.7)

    RDECOM LNOs Embedded

    with COCOMS RFAST)

    Engineering Support for

    TDPs to Depots

    Prototype Engineering

    Solutions for Overhaul

    And Rebuild

    Operations

    &

    Support

    Production &

    Deployment

    Engineering &

    Manufacturing

    Development

    Technology

    Development

    Materiel

    Solution

    Analysis

    Research &

    Engineering

    MS-A MS-B MS-C

    IOC FOCMDDBasic

    Research Sustainment

    De

    ep

    Fu

    ture

    Mo

    de

    rniz

    ati

    on

    Science & Technology Development Program Engineering & Acquisition Sustainment Engineering

    RDECs

    RDEC Matrixed

    Engineers to

    PEO / PMs

    ARL

    LCMCs

    ARL / RDEC LNOs Embedded

    in TRADOC COEs/ Other

    Organizations

  • APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE13 JAN 17 14

    APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE

    Support To The Nation And Allied Partners

    Delivering capabilities to meet National and joint requirements

    Hosted NATO Main Battle Tank (MBT) summit

    Building opportunities with Vietnam, Cambodia, Malaysia and Bangladesh

    Technical Evaluation of the Sparrow Mechanical Mine Clearing System for Humanitarian Missions

    Megacities

    Subterranean

    Cyber

    Ebola and Zika Response

    U.S./South Africa Master RDT&E Agreement

    Rapid Fabrication System Field Testing, Fort Bliss, TX

    60mm Mortar Round Counter (MRC) Limited Military User Assessment

    Cyber S&T Materiel Strategy, network analysis and risk reduction

    Initial field testing of the vehicle-mounted forward-looking (GPR) at Yuma Proving Ground

    Deployed Humanitarian tools to Guadalcanal for Field Evaluation Operations

    Integrated Lab Network Exercise, with the Department of Homeland Defense

    Supporting AFRICOM and EUCOM with Emerging Technologies

    Traumatic Brain Injury Research for the NFL

    Soldier

    Performance

    and Human

    Optimization

    Autonomy

    Rapid Prototyping: UH60V, MML, Hydrolysis, and BAT Trainer

    Counter UAS support to the White House

    Mine Clearance in Afghanistan and Cambodia

    POTUS Manufacturing Innovation Institutes (MII)

    Shipment of two mobile Chemical and Radiological Laboratories to the Czech Republic

    Future IFV

    Autonomous Vehicle Collaboration with Singapore

    National Geographic: Featuring the science behind military rations

  • APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE13 JAN 17 15

    APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE

    Support to the Army Current and Future

    Nanotechnology Intelligent SystemsHuman Performance

    Optimization

    Biotechnology

    Autonomous Systems

    Protecting the Network

    Cyber Research

    Position Navigation and Timing

    (PNT) Technologies in Anti-

    Access/Area Denial

    Environments

    Advanced Energetics

    Exploitation of Quantum

    Effects

    Beyond Novel Materials

    Chemical and Biological

    Defense

    Neuro-cognition

    Research conducted and delivered to support Army priorities

  • APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE13 JAN 17 16

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    Schedule

    Tuesday Afternoon:

    R&D Community of Interest

    Research, Development and Engineering Commend (RDECOM)

    Army Research Laboratory (ARL)

    Communications and Electronics Research and Development

    Center (CERDEC)

    Wednesday:

    C4ISR Community of Interest

    Thursday:

    Chem Bio Community of Interest

    Edgewood Chemical and Biological Center (ECBC)

  • APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE13 JAN 17 17

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    Discussion

  • APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE13 JAN 17 18

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    What Our Nations Leaders are Saying

    Continued investment in S&T enables our decisive overmatch

    President Barack Obama

    Whether its improving our health or harnessing clean energy, protecting our security or succeeding in

    the global economy, our future depends on reaffirming Americas role as the worlds engine of scientific

    discovery and technology innovation.

    Dr. Ashton B. Carter, Secretary of Defense

    Investing in science and technology early on, ensures that the Pentagon will have something on the

    shelf when it needs it, so that it does not have to start from scratch when it is too late."

    General Gustave F. Perna, Commanding General, Army Materiel Command

    The Army will resume its deferred modernization initiatives, making capital investments and modernization

    improvements that build on the previous efforts in Science & Technology and preservation of the organic

    industrial base.

    General Mark Milley, Chief of Staff of the Army

    Robust investment in S&T underpins technological advances in our military capabilities and is vital to

    maintaining technological superiority.

    Hon. Eric Fanning, Secretary of the Army

    Tomorrows Army depends on its success in exploiting the best technology today. As global threats

    evolve, the Army must accelerate its own capabilities in areas like cyber, electronic warfare, and protecting

    our communication networks. Today, and in the future, our Army depends on maintaining a technological

    edge over our adversaries.

  • APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE13 JAN 17 19

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    RDECOM FY16 Program ($5.770B)30 September 2016

    RDT&E Managed

    Primarily through

    ASA(ALT):

    $2,335M (40%)

    Other Appropriations: $451M (8%)

    Reimbursable:

    $2,984M (52%)

    6.1 6.2 6.3 6.4 6.7Applied Research

    Advanced Technology DevelopmentInvestigation &

    analysis of basic law of nature, phenomenon to increase scientific knowledge

    Application of knowledge to develop useful materials, devices and systems or methods

    Adv. Component Development and Prototypes

    Operational System Development

    Development of subsystems & components to integrate into system prototypes

    6.6RDTE Management Support

    Maturation of systems/sub-systems through competitive prototyping and experimentation

    60% Industry28% In-House12% OGA, Other

    90% Industry10% In-House

    90% Industry10% In-House 84% Industry

    16% In-House

    RDT&E Management Support

    64% Universities/ Industry33% In-House3% OGA, Other

    33% Industry53% In-House14% OGA, Other

    Basic Research

    Manufacturing technologies and pre-planned product improvements

    Total: $5.770B

    RDECOM FY16 Program

    OPA (BASE), $23

    OPA (OCO), $10

    OMA (BASE), $169

    OMA (OCO), $144

    OSD Direct, $105

    AMC (LCMCs/SRAs),

    $429

    PEOs, $1,294

    Other Army, $209

    DOD Agencies, $970

    OGAs, $70

    Non-Federal, $12

    6.1,

    $355

    6.2, $653

    6.3, $557

    6.4, $42

    6.5, $6

    6.6, $84

    6.7, $47

    Congressional Adds

    (6.1-6.3 & 6.7), $370

    SBIR/STTR (6.6), $221

    *Percentages based on historical Army portfolio

    OGA: Other Government Agencies

    PEOs: Program Executive Offices

    LCMCs/SRAs: Life Cycle Management

    Commands/Separate Reporting Activities

    OCO: Overseas Contingency Operations

    OSD: Office of the Secretary of Defense

    OMA: Operation and Maintenance, Army

    OPA: Other Procurement, Army

    SBIR/STTR: Small Business Innovation

    Research/Small Business Technology

    Transfer