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Slide 1 - United States Navy
Slide 2 - The United States Navy Mission: To provide combat-ready naval forces capable of winning wars, deterring aggression, preserving freedom of the seas, and promoting peace and security. Sustaining Combat Readiness Building a Fleet of the Future Developing 21st Century leaders
Slide 3 - 278 ships in commission 4000+ operational aircraft Personnel deployed: 65,000 116 Ships underway: (42%) 7 carriers underway 29 subs underway The Navy Aug. 16, 2007 … 1992 550,000 active duty personnel 460 ships 2007 339,000 active duty personnel 177,000 Navy civilians 69,000 reserves Today’s Navy
Slide 4 - Ships Carrier Strike Groups Expeditionary Strike Groups Expeditionary Strike Force
Slide 5 - Submarines Fast Attack (SSN) – Los Angeles, Seawolf & Virginia Classes Ballistic Missile (SSBN) – Ohio Class Guided Missile (SSGN) – Converted Ohio Class Advanced SEAL Delivery System (ASDS)
Slide 6 - Special Warfare Sea Air Land (SEAL) Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) SEAL Boat Units
Slide 7 - Support Forces Medical & Dental Judge Advocate’s General (JAG) Public Affairs (PAO) Chaplains Navy Bands & Musicians Intelligence & Cryptology Supply Corps Seabees
Slide 8 - People
Slide 9 - Navy Support to GWOT Navy is continuing to expand operations afloat and ashore for the security operations Forces at sea in the Arabian Gulf and nearby waters will remain at approximately 18,000 Just over 13,000 Sailors currently support operations ashore in the Central Command region (Iraq, Kuwait, Qatar, Bahrain, and Afghanistan)
Slide 10 - Navy’s Support Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF) Carrier Strike Group (CSG) Expeditionary Strike Group (ESG) Aviation support in country Navy Rotary wing SOF support Air Ambulance Intelligence, Surveillance & Reconnaissance P-3C Orion and EA-6B Prowlers Embedded Training Teams Medical – Expeditionary Medical Hospital Naval Mobile Construction Battalions Riverine Squadron Provincial Reconstruction Teams Explosive Ordnance Disposal Counter-Rocket Artillery Mortar (C-RAM) Intercept Battery Teams Cargo Handling Intelligence Military Working Dogs Customs Inspectors Civil Affairs MP/Security/Detainee operations Mobile Security Detachments
Slide 11 - Navy’s Support Operation Enduring Freedom (OEF) Afghanistan Special Warfare Sourcing non-combat arms positions for 6 Provincial Reconstruction Teams Aviation Support in Country EA-6B Prowler P-3C Orion Embedded Training Teams Naval Mobile Construction Battalion
Slide 12 - Mazar-e-Sharif 713nm Kabul 695nm Herat 591nm Qandahar 391nm Bahrain 800nm Power Projection - OEF Long Distance Strikes . . . . . . and Long Distance Logistics Fujairah 400nm Logistics pipeline: CONUS/Rota/Sig/Bahrain/Fujairah Night Flight ops Logistics in between 60–80 sorties/day 4.5 – 9 hrs in the seat >650 combat sorties
Slide 13 - Post 9/11 Effects on U.S. Navy Building the Global Network of Maritime Nations Focus on the War On Terror Greatly Enhanced Theater Security Cooperation Providing Humanitarian Assistance & Disaster Relief (HA/DR) Proactive cost of security vs. reactive cost of war
Slide 14 - Global Facts 2.2 billion people live within 100 km of coast 50,000 large ships carry 80% of the world’s trade 10,000 oil tankers ship 60% of the world’s petroleum 238 major cruise ships embarked 10.5 million people in 2004
Slide 15 - Global Commerce is Linked to Maritime Security Global Economy Depends on the Ocean Highways 75% of the earth’s surface is water World's fleets carry around 90% of global exports - $8.9 trillion (2004) $380 billion in freight rates 303 million containers 46,000 commercial ships worldwide Over 6300 warships worldwide Over 30 nations have navies with “global reach” 160 nations have some navy, coast guard, maritime police capability
Slide 16 - Sea Power… More Important Than Ever Economic Prosperity Globalization and International Markets Trade (90% by Sea) Need Safe and Secure Maritime Domain Need Effective Maritime Forces U.S. cannot do It alone!
Slide 17 - Vision for the Future The “1000 Ship Navy” A Global Maritime Partnership
Slide 18 - Purpose of the 1,000 Ship Navy A Global Approach to Maritime Security for: Countering Trans-National Threats Stability Operations Humanitarian Relief Security of Individual Nations is tied to Global Security Freedom of the Seas is Essential to Every Nation’s Economic Well-being Think Globally, Act Locally
Slide 19 - The Concept of a “1000 Ship Navy” A New Approach to Maritime Security A Global Maritime Network flying no single flag Incentives: Secure Growth of World Economies Spread Democracy while deterring aggression and transnational crime Already Exists – But not Fully Realized More a matter of Will than Money Must invest in Partnerships Maritime Analog of International Civil Aviation (ICAO) Shared Info Anomaly detection/response Cooperation, Coordination, and Communication Collaborative Effort Any Country, Any Company Any Maritime Entity – Navies, Coast Guards, Coast/Harbor Patrols No Treaties, Alliances, or Encumbering ties National Sovereignty First Collective Security through Cooperation What Who Costs A Familiar Concept
Slide 20 - Questions?