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Unread post11 Apr 2015, 11:42

:mrgreen: I think I know my limits with USMC concepts/jargon whilst this article pushes me over the edge there are some great bits in it that even I can understand. :doh: Again this is a long article with a tonne of links for your delectation.
2d Marine Expeditionary Brigade: Shaping the Scalable Modular Forces for 21st Century Operations
11 Apr 2015 Robbin Laird

"Two documents released over the last year provide a clear direction for the US Navy-Marine Corps team in 21st century operations.

The first is Expeditionary Force 21, which provides a concept for the Marine Corps (MC) to build, equip and train their forces for 21st century operations.

The MC is enabled by the US Navy (USN) amphibious fleet, which is equipped and trained for the ROMO (Range of Military Operations).

To do so, the Marines are focusing on evolving their capabilities beyond the PHIBRON (Amphibious Squadron) or ARG (Amphibious Ready Group)/MEU (Marine Expeditionary Unit) level by bringing forces together from across the theater of operations to composite forces.

The goal is to “provide timely and scalable forces for crisis response, allowing commanders to tailor forces to evolving missions and effectively composite modular MAGTFs (Marine Air Ground Task Forces) by combining forward-deployed forces with rapidly deploying forces.”

EF21_USMC_Capstone_Concept: http://www.sldinfo.com/wp-content/uploa ... oncept.pdf (3.4Mb)

The second is the periodic Seabasing report highlighting the modernization and evolution of the amphibious task forces from where C2 (Command and Control) and the projection of power is crafted and executed.

Seabasing Annual Report: http://www.sldinfo.com/wp-content/uploa ... ow+Rez.pdf (3.6Mb)

The concepts in these documents are being tested and shaped today by the 2d Marine Expeditionary Brigade.

2d MEB’s innovative approach to experimenting with scalable and modular forces requires a core focus on innovations in C2 throughout all phases of force projection....

...The first dynamic is the change in MC aviation, whereby the Marines have become an Osprey enabled assault force with the F-35B bringing C2 and airborne lethal and non-lethal capabilities to an extended-range operational mission set...."

Source: http://www.sldinfo.com/2d-marine-expedi ... perations/
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Unread post11 Apr 2015, 22:10

WOT AMERICA has been doing lately and WOT she will do soon (not only but also related to F-35Bs/V-22s OPs).
USS America (LHA 6) Amphibious Assault Ship Successfully Completes Final Contractor Trials
09 Apr 2015 NavyRecognition

"The Navy's newest amphibious assault ship, USS America (LHA 6), completed final contractor trials (FCT) April 3. FCT, ran by the Navy's Board of Inspection and Survey (INSURV), is part of a series of post-delivery tests the ship has been preparing for since before commissioning. During the trials, the ship and its major systems are exercised, tested and corrected as required....

...The four-day trials began March 30 with pre-underway and material condition checks, followed by at-sea demonstrations of a variety of systems including main propulsion, engineering and ship control systems, combat systems, damage control, food service and crew support....

...After successfully completing FCTs, the ship will head into a maintenance period known as post shakedown availability (PSA) beginning late Spring. During this time the discrepancies that were noted will be resolved. [Upgrade for F-35B/V-22 usage also]

America is the first ship of its class, replacing the Tarawa class of amphibious assault ships, and is optimized for Marine Corps aviation."

Source: http://www.navyrecognition.com/index.ph ... rials.html
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Unread post14 Apr 2015, 12:48

USMC INNOVATE - has anyone heard that before? Well here they go agin.... BUT we know this already because it is OLD news.
Tablets & Tomahawks: Navy, Marines Scramble To Innovate
13 Apr 2015 Sydney J. Freedberg Jr.

"...“[Gen. Joseph Dunford said] One of the things that we’ve adjusted to over the last few years without spending a lot of money — although we definitely will spend more on command and control systems in particular — is the nature of distributed operations,” Dunford went on during his own panel, citing “remarkable” innovation in coordinating far-flung forces....

...“It exists, we bought it, what can do to that warhead to adjust it?” Rear Adm. Kevin Donegan said. That principle of getting more missions out of existing missiles doesn’t just apply to Tomahawk, Donegan told me after a panel at the conference: It holds for the Harpoon, historically an anti-ship weapon but capable of land attack; for the Standard Missile, designed for air defense; and even for torpedoes....

...The high cost of warships has the Navy exploring new uses for non-combat ships. For example, it’s installing or upgrading helicopter landing pads strong enough to take the V-22, the Marine Corps’ favorite transport and now the Navy’s new shore-to-ship delivery aircraft. The Marines have also worked with allies to get the V-22 certified for landing on French and Spanish warships, Bailey said, further expanding the potential platforms.

Of course, the Marines would prefer to operate off US Navy amphibious warships, not off foreign or non-combat vessels. While ships like the new Afloat Forward Staging Base, derived from a civilian tanker, can fill in for amphibs in many peacetime missions, said Dunford, in even modestly dangerous scenarios, they will need a lot of careful handling and protection. But the Navy has 31 amphibious ships while theater commanders have missions enough for 50, a number the shipbuilding budget will never reach. Given that gap, said Dunford, “we can sit and admire the problem or we can take a look at the tools that we have available to us.”"

Source: http://breakingdefense.com/2015/04/tabl ... the-cheap/
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Unread post14 Apr 2015, 22:49

:devil: Will BillyBoyBobSweetiePie be invited to the events below? Maybe he will just read about them from other invitees missives? :doh:
Dunford: Marine Corps Must Strike Readiness Balance
13 Apr 2015 Yasmin Tadjdeh

"NATIONAL HARBOR, Md. — With budgets getting tighter, the Marine Corps is struggling to keep its forces ready for unexpected contingencies, the service’s commandant said April 13.

“When I look at our ability to respond to the unexpected or to a major contingency, I have some concerns. The overall state of our non-deployed unit readiness, particular aviation units is below what we want it to be,” Gen. Joseph Dunford said in a speech at the Navy League’s Sea-Air-Space Conference....

...“We need to rebalance out efforts to prepare for the future,” he said. “Underinvesting in modernization is going to result in us maintaining older or obsolete equipment at higher cost and [with] degraded capabilities. It’s eventually going to erode our competitive advantage I think we would all agree we don’t ever want our Marines and sailors in a fair fight.”

Key modernization priorities include the F-35 joint strike fighter, the joint light tactical vehicle, the amphibious combat vehicle and improved command-and-control systems, Dunford noted.

Additionally, the Marine Corps will need to invest in anti-access/area denial technnology, he said.

“Given the importance of maintaining a viable sea-based forcible entry capability our service level exercise priorities for 2015 and 2016 are going to focus on how we fight from the sea in an anti-access area denial environment,” he noted. “We want to protect our ability to use the sea as maneuver space in an environment where access is increasingly contested by state and non state actors.”

Source: http://www.nationaldefensemagazine.org/ ... px?ID=1798
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Unread post15 Apr 2015, 03:43

:mrgreen: Pesky Gyrenes just experimentin' and experimentin' all the damn time - when are they goin' to STOP! :mrgreen:
Navy Created Auxiliary Platforms and Payloads Council to Coordinate Experimentation
14 Apr 2015 Megan Eckstein

"NATIONAL HARBOR, Md. – The Navy has stood up an Auxiliary Platforms and Payloads Council at the Pentagon to look at “new, innovative methods to fulfill the missions” the Navy and Marine Corps struggle to efficiently meet with current platforms, director of expeditionary warfare Maj. Gen. Robert Walsh said Tuesday....

...Walsh offered as an example, flying a Bell-Boeing NV-22 Osprey from the LMSR Large Medium-Speed Roll-on/Roll-off Ship]. Not only would Naval Air Systems Command and the Marine aviation community be involved, but the PEOs for Integrated Warfare Systems and for Command, Control, Communications, Computers and Information (C4I) and the OPNAV N2/N6 information dominance directorate would also be looped in to work the command and control piece of the effort.

Walsh said there was no money set aside for experiments, but the chief of naval operations and the commandant of the Marine Corps have give[n] their authority to move forward on these innovation efforts and find money where possible to quickly develop tests and determine if these alternative operations ideas are viable."

Source: http://news.usni.org/2015/04/14/navy-cr ... imentation
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Unread post15 Apr 2015, 06:30

spazsinbad wrote::.. Will BillyBoyBobSweetiePie be invited to the events below? ..]


BS will be the guy in a firesuit, carrying a fire extinguisher!!...melted decks and all that tripe..... :)
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Unread post18 Apr 2015, 01:12

What will become of their dreams? Dunno. Yet they will try and try again. Go USMC:
Killea: Dept. of Navy Innovation Push Should Streamline USMC Experimentation Efforts
17 Apr 2015 Megan Eckstein

"NATIONAL HARBOR, Md. – The Navy’s renewed focus on innovation will help the Marine Corps Warfighting Lab find ready and willing participants to both host and shape its live-force experiments, the lab’s commanding general told USNI News.

Navy Secretary Ray Mabus created an Office of Strategy and Innovation last fall and released a Navy Innovation Vision this week at the Navy League’s Sea-Air-Space 2015 Exposition to help create a climate in which sailors and Marines are encouraged to develop and try out new ideas without fearing failure....

...For the Navy’s part, deputy chief of naval operations for fleet readiness and logistics Vice Adm. Philip Cullom said during the panel presentation that the Navy has the same problems for testing out technologies like its Laser Weapon System and Electromagnetic Railgun. Finding “white space” within the ships’ testing and training schedules is difficult, particularly under the more disciplined Optimized Fleet Response Plan that outlines maintenance and deployment schedules. But he said there are plenty of lieutenants, captains and even young flag officers at the strike group level who see opportunities in their schedules and want to be a part of driving the Navy forward through innovative testing.

“They are willing to try, want to try and are actually in the process of drilling those things in,” Cullom said, adding that the rest of the Navy needs to support them by encouraging them to be bold without fearing a failed experiment."

Source: http://news.usni.org/2015/04/17/killea- ... on-efforts
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Unread post23 Apr 2015, 23:41

Those USMC 'Twisted Sisters' are at it again. GolDarnIt GeeGoshGolly (don't tell BS). Several same versions available:
Nevada range supports first F-35B integration into USMC’s weapons school exercise
23 Apr 2015 Staff Sgt. Siuta B. Ika, 99th Air Base Wing Public Affairs

"NELLIS AIR FORCE BASE, Nev. (AFNS) -- The Nevada Test and Training Range was part of history April 21, when four Marine Corps-assigned F-35B Lightning IIs participated in their first Marine Corps' Final Exercise (FINEX) of the Weapons and Tactics Instructor (WTI) Course on the NTTR.

The FINEX is the capstone event to the Marine Aviation Weapons and Tactics Squadron 1's seven-week WTI course and is a semi-annual, large-force employment exercise held throughout the NTTR.

This particular evolution of FINEX employed the F-35Bs as part of the "Blue" strike package, whose objective was to degrade, depress and destroy integrated air defense systems and other ground targets on the NTTR, which were guarded by "Red" adversary aircraft from Marine Corps Air Station Yuma, Arizona, and Nellis Air Force Base.

Marine Corps Maj. Geoff Franks, a MAWTS-1 weapons school instructor and F-18 Hornet instructor pilot, explained the importance of integrating the F-35B into exercises like FINEX and the role the Air Force has played in helping MAWTS-1 generate tactics, techniques and procedures for Marine pilots of the fifth-generation aircraft.

"What we've done is, we've leveraged the Air Force heavily because the Air Force is way ahead of the game in terms of fourth to fifth integration -- integrating fourth-generation assets like the F-15 (Eagle) with fifth-generation assets like the F-22 (Raptor)," Franks said. "Now as the F-35 has come along, which for the Marine Corps, the F-35 is going to (initial operational capability) around July, we need to be postured to teach tactics to the F-18 (Hornet) community so the Marine F-18 fleet will be able to start integrating with the F-35s.

"In order to do that, we have leveraged heavily the proven, published TTPs that the Air Force has been using for about a decade," Franks continued. "One of the limiting factors of fifth-generation assets is they can't carry as much ordnance (as fourth-generation assets), so if you can maximize the lethality of fifth-generation assets using fourth-generation, we will become a very lethal and survivable force." [internal carriage M'Lud]

Franks also explained why MAWTS-1 WTI cadre love exercises on the NTTR.

"We do it on the NTTR because of the unique nature of what we can do there -- the NTTR offers a unique opportunity for students and the F-35 to operate in a heavily-contested environment," Franks said. "I will always bring in Air Force assets because it further increases our learning for our students. If they learn to (operate in) that heavily contested, very difficult mission set like what we can provide them in the NTTR, they see the benefit."..."

Sources: http://www.af.mil/News/ArticleDisplay/t ... rcise.aspx OR http://www.nellis.af.mil/news/story.asp?id=123445957 OR http://www.jsf.mil/news/docs/20150422_NTTR.pdf (50Kb)
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Unread post24 Apr 2015, 01:04

There's an awful lot of words in parentheses in those quotes. There's no video or audio linked, so I wonder what was really said, especially as regards that comment about fifth gen assets not being able to carry as much ordnance. If you're willing to forgo stealth, even the F-35B can carry about as much total ordnance as a Super Hornet, right? And the F-35 doesn't need tanks to get as much fuel in the air.

The article makes it sound like major is saying that fourth generation planes can carry more ordnance all the time, which isn't true. The reason they carry more is that they aren't stealthy at all, so you might as well hang everything. They only carry more than an F-35 when the F-35 is rigged for stealth.

Obviously, developing tactics that take advantage of fourth and fifth gen assets operating together will benefit you even when all those fourth gen planes are gone and you send up a mix of F-35s with internal and external loads. However, this article makes it sound like there's some inherent disadvantage for the F-35. They can carry just as much ordnance (especially compared to the Marine Hornets); they just aren't stealthy if they do it.
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Unread post24 Apr 2015, 01:45

Agree with points noted - p'raps just an outcome of the editing process - I doubt there is any bias - but I don't claim to know. Just one of those things maybe.
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Unread post02 May 2015, 09:35

Not just the USMC but the others - however the USMC go first in this regard so the artickle is plonked here. BEST READ at source of course and not overly long.
The F-35 and the Fifth Generation Warfare Ecosystem
01 May 2015 Ed Timperlake SLDinfo etc.

"...A core element of working the evolving future is understanding that even with a disruptive change platform like the F-35, it is intersection of the training and tactics for the platform with the overall capabilities of the force which will drive change, And it is the squadrons and the squadron pilots who are the heart of shaping innovation.

As Lt Col. Berke had highlighted, change was a significant part of what the F-35 was all about for the pilots and their roles.

Timperlake underscored that in visits to the core warfighting centers in the United States associated with airpower – Nellis, Fallon and MAWS-1 – the warfighters had embraced change and were working across the services and with the allies in shaping new combat approaches.

As one who had met John Boyd and sat through his lectures a couple of times, Timperlake focused on how the famous OODA loop was being re-shaped with the coming of the F-35 fleet whereby the “Decide-Act” part of the OODA loop was increasingly important....

...Timperlake argued that the warfighting centers were interactively working together and with allies to shape the way ahead.

Each center has an evolving special focus that will carry forth innovation across the entire warfighting enterprise.

MCAS Yuma, MAWTS-1, VMX-22 and the F-35 squadron, were working together to shape an innovative approach to 21st century close air support within which the cockpit display gave the pilot a constant read of the AA and GA threats and in which electronic warfare was part of the CAS capabilities of the aircraft. And with the integration with the Osprey and with the MAGTF, the Marines were shaping a whole new approach to assault forces.

Visiting the Warfare Center at Nellis, Timperlake learned of the central importance of shaping a fleet wide mission data set correlated with the F-35 sensors in shaping wide ranging SA and engagement force decision making. With Red Flag exercises the USAF was leading the way in shaping the intersection of the F-35 with other combat assets to shape an air combat revolution that will help reshape an ecosystem that would evolve with the F-35 fleet.

At Fallon, the Navy is looking to lead the way on shaping a live virtual constructive range which will allow the complexities of a modern battlefield to be both inclusive and wide-ranging.

He saw the new carrier air wing evolving under the influence of the F-35 extending its reach and expanding the capabilities of the maritime force to deliver distributed lethality....

...He concluded that “countless evolutionary and revolutionary aspects of 21st century combat will be in the hands of the squadron pilots – as it should be!” "

PDF: http://www.slideshare.net/robbinlaird/timperlake-denmark-april-2015?ref=http://www.sldinfo.com/the-f-35-and-the-fifth-generation-warfare-ecosystem/ (6Mb)

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Unread post04 May 2015, 17:47

Unsurprisingly there is a lot about USMC Aviation and what the F-35B BRUNGs in this video to new shipping for SeaBasing (NOPE - NOT FREE BASING) but some insist the USMC are on CRACK about Aviation. 1.3 Mil Gals of Fuel on USS America.
Improving USMC Amphibious Capabilities VIDEO
04 May 2015 Vaguely Meridian DefNewsCom

"Maj. Gen. Robert Walsh, director of Navy expeditionary warfare, on how the Marine Corps is improving its amphibious skills."

Source: http://www.defensenews.com/videos/defen ... /26838991/
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Unread post06 May 2015, 21:32

Can't stop those gyrenes - fuzing stuff everywhichwaybutloose. ALL of IT best read at Source.
Marines’ Aviation C2 System Finishes Operational Assessment
06 May 2015 Megan Eckstein

"MARINE CORPS BASE QUANTICO, Va. – The Marines’ Common Aviation Command and Control System (CAC2S) wrapped up its operational assessment in Arizona and will have a busy year finalizing software and hardware tweaks before heading to initial operational test and evaluation a year from now.

CAC2S will modernize the Marine Corps’ 30-year-old air command and control (C2) system, integrating all radar and data feeds into a single operating picture.

“Before, in a lot of our obsolete C2 systems you’d have three or four different screens on the board,” Lt. Col. Richard Owens, aviation command and control branch head for the Marines’ Capabilities Development Directorate, told USNI News in an April 24 interview at Marine Corps Base Quantico. “Now, this system incorporates radar data, tactical datalink data, …. Blue Force Tracker, and we’ll take all that data, fuse it and put it on one screen now.”...

...The operational assessment was conducted as part of the Weapons and Tactics Instructor Course at Marine Corps Air Station Yuma, Ariz., in March and April. The three major air centers used CAC2S in the exercise – the Tactical Air Operations Center (TAOC), Direct Air Support Center (DASC) and Tactical Air Control Center (TACC) – and the system successfully supported all three in their missions.

Just prior to the assessment, CAC2S passed its Milestone C review on February 28, allowing it to enter into production and paving the way for operational testing....

...“We’re on the cusp in the next few years of making some huge advances in the command and control architecture of the MAGTF (Marine Air Ground Task Force),” Col. Gregory Breazile, director of the C2 and cyber and electronic warfare integration division, said in the same interview. “Getting something more modern and more agile … it’s just going to take us a giant leap forward.”"

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Unread post07 May 2015, 23:53

Thanks for that - nice find. At the end we see the desert STO with a cloud of moondust off the concrete at the end. I would extend the concrete to help keep the dust off the rest of the concrete. Perhaps futile in the desert winds probably.
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