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  • Commissioner's Base Visit Book

    Port Monmouth, New Jersey Recommendations

    Commissioner Lloyd W. Newton 3 June 2005

    DCN: 12415

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    THE HONORABLE ANTHONY J . PRINCIPI AND

    GENERAL LLOYD W. NEWTON (us. AIR FORCE, RETIRED) h ,,., 6h ;% Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC) Commissioners 560d

    ~ 4 ' / / b R) e 1 FRZDA Y. 03 .JUNE 2005 I b - - - - - - -

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    TIME 1 EVENT I LOCATION I PARTICIPATION I - -- -

    11 0715 1 Arrival I Lakehurst Naval Air ( The Honorable Anthony J. Principi, BRAC 1) 1 I Met by: Mr. Victor J. Ferlise, Deputy to the Commanding General (CG) for Operations & Support, Communications-Electronics Life Cycle Management Command (C-E LCMC)

    AND Mr. Gary Martin, Acting Director, Communications-Electronics Research, Development & Engineering Center (CERDEC),

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    Met by: MG Michael Mazzucchi, Commanding & Program Executive Office (PEO) Command, Control & Communications-Tactical (C3T), C-E LCMC

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    Commission Chairman GEN Lloyd W. Newton, USAF, Retired,

    BRAC Commissioner Mr. R. Gary Dinsick, BRAC Staffer

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  • Team Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (C4ISR) Fort Monmouth, New Jersey

    T H E HONORABLE ANTHONY J. PRINCIPZ AND

    GENERAL LLOYD W. NEWTON (U.S. AIR FORCE, RETIRED) Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC) Commissioners

    FRZDA Y, 03 JUNE 2005

    EVENT LOCATION ( PARTICIPATION 11 I

    MG ~ a z z u c c h i BRAC Commissioners

    1 0800-0945 1 Opening Remarks

    Team C4SIR Mission Video & Briefing

    MG Mazzucchi Mr. Muller

    GEN Newton Mr. Dinsick Ms. Elizabeth Bieri, BRAC Staffer Mr. Wesley Hood, BRAC Staffer MG Mazzucchi Mr. Ferlise Mr. Edward Bair, PEO Intelligence,

    Electronic Warfare & Sensors (IEW&S), C-E LCMC

    Mr. Kevin Carroll, PEO Enterprise Information Systems (EIS)

    Mr. Edward Elgart, Director, Acquisition Center (AC)

    Mr. Anthony LaPlaca, Director, Logistics & Readiness Center (LRC)

    Mr. Edward Thomas, Director, Software Engineering Center (SEC)

    Mr. Mark Sagan, Chief Counsel, C-E LCMC

    Mr. Martin Mr. Anthony Lisuzzo, Director for

    Intelligence and Information Warfare, CERDEC, RDECOM

    COL Vallory Lowman. PEO C3T, C-E LCMC

    Mr. Henry Muller, Acting Associate Technical Director, CERDEC, RDECOM

    Ms. Deborah Devlin, Deputy Chief of Staff for Personnel (DCSPERIG-I)

    Ms. Patricia Devine, Deputy Chief of Staff for Operations & Plans (DCSOPS/G3)

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  • Team Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (C41SR) Fort Monmouth, New Jersey

    THE HONORABLE ANTHONY J. PRINCZPI AND

    GENERAL LLOYD W. NEWTON (US. AIR FORCE, RETIRED) Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC) Commissioners

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  • Team Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (C4ISR) Fort Monmouth, New Jersey

    THE HONORABLE ANTHONY J. PRZNCZPZ AND

    GENERAL LLOYD W. NEWTON (U.S. AIR FORCE, RETIRED) Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC) Commissioners

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  • DEFENSE BASE CLOSURE AND REALIGNMENT COMMISSION

    BASE SUMMARY SHEET

    Fort Monmouth, New Jersey

    INSTALLATION MISSION

    Fort Monrnouth is the center of gravity for the development of the Army's Command and Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Sensors and Reconnaissance (C4ISR) systems. Much of the Anny's research and development of these hi-tech systems is done at Fort Monmouth by members of Team C4ISR.

    Several of the most technologically, advanced systems currently being used today in Operation Iraqi Freedom, Enduring Freedom and Homeland Defense were developed at Fort Monrnouth. Team C4ISR equips the joint warfighter with tomorrow's technology by providing the architectural framework and systems engineering to ensure joint interoperability and integration across the battle space.

    The organizations that make up "Team C4ISR" are collocated at Fort Monmouth to create the synergy that allows rapid prototyping, fielding and modernization of systems that save lives on the battlefield. The Team executes its mission through a collaborative process of technology, lifecycle development, acquisition excellence, and logistics power projection.

    Team C4ISR's contributions to today's joint warfighting capabilities are part of Fort Monmouth's long history of research and technology development. In 19 17 Fort Monmouth, then called Camp Vail was home to the Army's Signal School. The War Department declared the camp a permanent military post in 1925 designating it Fort Monmouth in honor of soldiers who fought during the American Revolution on the nearby fields.

    The post's location in high-tech New Jersey provides ready access to the premier institutions in academia and industry and a skilled workforce to provide Team C4ISR with an unprecedented knowledge base to develop the most advanced warfighting systems.

    The fort is located a few miles west of the "Jersey Shore," one hour south of New York City and an hour and a half east of Philadelphia with easy access to several, major rail and air hubs. Nearby Maguire Air Force Base and Fort Dix provide the acreage for large scale C4ISR experimentation.

    Fort Monmouth is home to a variety of other Army, Department of Defense and govement activities, but the primary tenants are the members of Team C4ISR:

    CECOM - The Army's Communications Electronics Command (CECOM), although geographically dispersed at various locations throughout the U.S. and around the world, is the host and largest activity at Fort Monmouth. The Software Engineering Center (SEC);

  • Information Systems Engineering Command (ISEC); Logistics and Readiness Center (LRC);

    311 Tobyhanna Army Depot; and CECOM Acquisition Center (AC) are all part of CECOM.

    CERDEC - The Communications and Electronics Research and Development Center (CERDEC) has made many contributions in research in development, such as Night Vision goggles, counter equipment for improvised explosive devices, shortstop electronic protection systems, and well sensor systems to provide soldiers with a safe method for rapidly inspecting wells and underground locations in OIFIOEF. CERDEC is part of the Research, Development and Engineering Command (RDECOM), headquartered at Aberdeen Proving Grounds but the CERDEC at Fort Monmouth is its largest activity.

    PEOs - Team C4ISR's other members are three of the Army's Program Executive Offices (PEO) two of which are headquartered at Fort Monmouth; The PEO for Command, Control, Communications ~ a c t i c a m C3T) X d the PEO for Intelligence, Electronic Warfare and Sensors (PEO IEWS). The third is the PEO for Enternrise -Information S ~ t e m s (PEO EIS), headquartered at Ft Belvoir, with Program Managers located at Fort Monmouth.

    Other Fort Monmouth tenants include the Defense Information Systems Agency, the Joint Interoperability Engineering Organization which furthers joint interoperability through an alliance with its Navy and Ai