Precision Strike Annual Programs Review

"Role of Precision Engagement in Asymmetric Warfare"

17 - 18 April 2006

Arlington, VA


Role of Non-Lethal Weapons in the Global War on Terror

  • Dr. John Alexander, Senior Fellow at Joint Special Operations University & Author of Future War - with foreword by Tom Clancy - and the sequel, Winning the War.

International Programs

  • Precision Effects-Storm Shadow: Air Vice-Marshal Nigel Day, CBE BSc(Eng) RAF (Rtd), Senior Defence Adviser (UK), MBDA Missile Systems
  • Brimstone-The Royal Air Force's new Precision Strike Weapon: Mr. Jim Mulholland, Weapons Leader, No 31 Squadron RAF
  • RAAF Precision Strike Programs Overview: Air Commodore Graham Bentley, RAAF, Air Attaché, Australian Embassy

Directed Energy Weapons Panel - Industry Perspectives

  • Raytheon Perspective: Mr. Mike Booen, VP for Advanced Missile Defense and Directed Energy Weapons, Raytheon
  • Northrop Grumman Perspective: Mr. Dan Wildt, Director, Business Development, Directed Energy Systems
  • Sol Oriens Perspective: Mr. Mark Fleenor, President, Sol Oriens
  • Boeing Perspective: Dr. Robert Van Allen, Acting Director, National Teams

Analysis of Current Joint Combat Operations in Afganistan and Iraq

Keynote Speaker:

Joint Deep Strike Systems

Precision Attack to Ensure Dominant Maneuvers

  • Viper Strike: Mr. Steven Borden, Deputy PM, Submunitions, Product Office Lead Systems Engineer, Submunitions

Precision Strike Acquisition Panel

  • Naval Perspective: Honorable Delores Etter, Assistant Secretary of the Navy for Research, Development and Acquisition