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NDIA SEABASING STUDY LOGISTICS SECTION Paul Bishop Co-Director for Logistics 1 NDIA SEABASING STUDY LOGISTICS SECTION Paul Bishop Co-Director for Logistics 1

Tasking • Terms of Reference (TOR) – Sets study requirements – Signed by Dr. Tasking • Terms of Reference (TOR) – Sets study requirements – Signed by Dr. Skinner (LWS-PAD) and Gen Jenkins (NDIA Expeditionary Warfare Division Chairman) • Identify commercial technologies that hold promise for bridging Seabasing Gaps • Provide insights into demand for technologies 2

Joint Concepts • Seabasing Joint Integrating Concept – Range of Military Operations – 2015 Joint Concepts • Seabasing Joint Integrating Concept – Range of Military Operations – 2015 to 2025 timeframe – Near Simultaneous Operations • Major Combat Operation (MCO) • Humanitarian Assistance (HA) • Counter-Insurgency Operation (COIN) • Focused Logistics Joint Functional Concept – Joint and Fully Integrated – Logistics Transformation • Improve Technology • Innovations to Processes, Systems & Organizations • Commercial Best Practices 3

Study Team Vice Admiral James Amerault, USN (Ret) ALION-JJMA STUDY DIRECTOR PAUL BISHOP DICK Study Team Vice Admiral James Amerault, USN (Ret) ALION-JJMA STUDY DIRECTOR PAUL BISHOP DICK JONES COALESCENT – BISHOP GROUP ALION – JJMA CO-DIRECTOR LOGISTICS CO-DIRECTOR HIGH SPEED CONNECTORS/ SHIP INTERFACES RON WILGENBUSCH Burdeshaw CO-DIRECTOR C 4 I 4

Logistics Team Randy Bales Skip Gaskill Bernie Boucher Dennis Gilhooley Bill Corcoran Stretch Phillips Logistics Team Randy Bales Skip Gaskill Bernie Boucher Dennis Gilhooley Bill Corcoran Stretch Phillips Maersk Line Dave Drenon Other Supporting Team Members 5

Commercial Analogy • Major Planned Industrial Facility – – – – Inter & Intramodal Commercial Analogy • Major Planned Industrial Facility – – – – Inter & Intramodal Transportation Hub Warehouse & Distribution Facility Fuel Terminal Hospital Repair Facility Desalinization Plant Pipelines Hotels and Houses • All tied together with extensive enterprise software & communications • And all at sea! 6

Distribution Facility 7 Distribution Facility 7

Seabasing Capability Gaps GAP TITLE 1 2 Interface Between Large and Small Vessels Interface Seabasing Capability Gaps GAP TITLE 1 2 Interface Between Large and Small Vessels Interface Between Large Vessels 3 4 Heavy Lift Surface Containers Sea Base Capable, Heavy Lift Vertical Connector 5 6 7 Automated and Integrated Warehousing Distributed, Collaborative Operational Logistics Planning Total Asset Visibility 8 9 Advanced Simulators for Rehearsal Cargo Transfer at Sea 10 11 Ships of Appropriate Design Joint Logistics Support System 12 * * 13 Shared Communication Architecture 14 * Sea State 4 Intra-Theater Lift Decontamination for Reconstitution of Forces 15 16 17 18 On-Station Reload of NSFS Assets Sea-Based Maintenance Bulk Liquid Handling & Transfer Sea-Based Medical 8

Logistics Gaps CAPABILITY GAPS ASSIGNED TO LOGISTICS GROUP 5 A Selective Offload/Onload 5 B Logistics Gaps CAPABILITY GAPS ASSIGNED TO LOGISTICS GROUP 5 A Selective Offload/Onload 5 B Material Handling Strike Up/ Strike Down (SUSD) 5 C Modular Packaging/Repackaging En Route 6 Distributed, Collaborative Operational Logistics Planning 7 11 16 18 Total Asset Visibility Joint Logistics Support System Sea-Based Maintenance Sea-Based Medical LOGISTICS GROUP INTEREST 13 Shared Communications Architecture 15 On-Station Reload of NSFS Assets 17 Bulk Liquid Handling and Transfer 9

Today’s Briefing • Two Gaps – Gap 5 Warehousing – Gap 7 Total Asset Today’s Briefing • Two Gaps – Gap 5 Warehousing – Gap 7 Total Asset Visibility • Gap Discussion – – Capability required Commercial technologies Spectrum of solutions Examples • Observations & Conclusions – – Recommendations Box Score 10

Gap 5 - Warehousing • Need – Automated & integrated warehousing is a major Gap 5 - Warehousing • Need – Automated & integrated warehousing is a major function of Seabasing • Subgaps – – – 5 A Selective offload/onload (selective access) 5 B Strike up/Strike down 5 C Modular packaging/repackaging enroute 11

5 A - Selective Offload/Onload • Capability Required – Selective access for ordnance, vehicles, 5 A - Selective Offload/Onload • Capability Required – Selective access for ordnance, vehicles, and stores • Spectrum – Warehouse items – not containers – Case of toilet paper or specific repair part – Vehicles, gun barrels, ammunition • Package Size – Small maintenance part – Case goods – Specialized Container 12

Gap 5 A – Selective Offload/Onload (Selective Access) al ntion p ve Con le-Dee Gap 5 A – Selective Offload/Onload (Selective Access) al ntion p ve Con le-Dee k Sing ive Rac ct Sele Very N arro Aisle R w ack Double. Deep Rack STATIC RACKING SYSTEMS Push-Bac k Rack M R obile Flo k Rac w DYNAMIC RACKING SYSTEMS nder ver-U s O m Syste Caro usel s MECHANIZED STORAGE AND STAGING DEVICES Auton omo Vehic us le Syste ms er tack s S e Cran AUTOMATED STORAGE AND RETRIEVAL SYSTEMS 13

Static and Dynamic Racking Systems MOBILE RACK OPERATING CONCEPT PALLET FLOW RACK PUSH-BACK RACK Static and Dynamic Racking Systems MOBILE RACK OPERATING CONCEPT PALLET FLOW RACK PUSH-BACK RACK 14

Mechanized Storage and Staging Devices VERTICAL CAROUSEL ARTIST’S CONCEPTION OF HOLD SPACES CONTAINING OVER/UNDER Mechanized Storage and Staging Devices VERTICAL CAROUSEL ARTIST’S CONCEPTION OF HOLD SPACES CONTAINING OVER/UNDER MACHINES 15

Automated Storage and Retrieval Systems RETROTECH ACCESS SYSTEM AUTONOMOUS VEHICLE AS/RS MACHINE 16 Automated Storage and Retrieval Systems RETROTECH ACCESS SYSTEM AUTONOMOUS VEHICLE AS/RS MACHINE 16

5 B – Material Handling Strike Up/Strike Down ating ciproc Re al Vertic s 5 B – Material Handling Strike Up/Strike Down ating ciproc Re al Vertic s yor Conve lkie Wa ers ck Sta al ion ced nt nve balan Co ter uck n ou ift Tr C L r Belt Conveyo Swingmast and Turret Trucks Continuous Vertical Conveyors Omni. Directional Vehicle ks Reach Truc Live Rolle r Conveyor CONVENTIONAL VEHICLES AND CONVEYORS ADVANCED VEHICLES AND CONVEYORS Autom ati Guide c d Vehic le AUTONOMOUS SYSTEMS AND PALLETIZERS 17

Conventional Vehicles and Conveyors WALKIE STACKER SWINGMAST TRUCK REACH TRUCK TURRET TRUCK LIVE ROLLER Conventional Vehicles and Conveyors WALKIE STACKER SWINGMAST TRUCK REACH TRUCK TURRET TRUCK LIVE ROLLER CONVEYOR 18

Advanced Vehicles and Conveyors RECIPROCATING VERTICAL CONVEYORS CONTINUOUS VERTICAL CONVEYORS AIRTRAX OMNI VEHICLE 19 Advanced Vehicles and Conveyors RECIPROCATING VERTICAL CONVEYORS CONTINUOUS VERTICAL CONVEYORS AIRTRAX OMNI VEHICLE 19

7 – Total Asset Visibility • Joint Total Asset Visibility – Defense Departments Automated 7 – Total Asset Visibility • Joint Total Asset Visibility – Defense Departments Automated Information Capability for Tracking Equipment, Personnel, and Supplies. • Definition – JTAV Is the capability to provide users with timely and accurate information on the location, movement, status, and identity of units, personnel, equipment, and supplies. – Facilitates the capability to act upon that information to improve overall performance of Do. D's logistics practices. 20

7 – Total Asset Visibility (Enterprise-Wide Awareness) Web-based Delivery Tracking sed b-ba r We 7 – Total Asset Visibility (Enterprise-Wide Awareness) Web-based Delivery Tracking sed b-ba r We rde O sing ces Pro MANUAL METHODS Tailored Transporta tion Contract al Glob ng ki Trac ork Netw INTEGRATED SYSTEMS Or Sta der tus -Lin On e FULLY AUTOMATED SYSTEMS 21

Observations • Joint and Fully Integrated Logistics – Will include commercial entities • Fed. Observations • Joint and Fully Integrated Logistics – Will include commercial entities • Fed. Ex – UPS – DHL etc. • Vendors • Contractors • Commercial Facilities are Typically Large and Automated – Focus • Throughput • Enterprise Connectivity • Vendor, enterprise, shipper, customer interaction 22

More Observations • Ordnance – Most requirements seen today include ordnance handling as a More Observations • Ordnance – Most requirements seen today include ordnance handling as a requirement – is this really what is desired? – Requirements should be tailored for what is anticipated e. g. maintenance parts, comsumables etc. • Resource Sponsorship – No single resource sponsor responsible for integrating seabasing architecture 23

Terms & Usage • Some terms are not fully defined • Selectivity – – Terms & Usage • Some terms are not fully defined • Selectivity – – – 100% Selectivity - Directly access any load Selective - Access after move Type Selective - Direct access one load of any type • Aging and Spoilage – – – Non-perishable items (canned peas) Time-sensitive items (batteries) Perishable items (vegetables) 24

Recommendations • C 4 I – Look at Logistics Command Control in an integrated Recommendations • C 4 I – Look at Logistics Command Control in an integrated manner – domain expertise is an issue – Establish separate logistics and medical networks LOGNET & MEDNET • Commercial Entities & Practices – Incorporate commercial logistics capability throughout the Sea Base – Always interface with commercial systems – Seek domain expertise from commercial sector 25

Logistics Gaps Box Score CAPABILITY GAPS ASSIGNED TO LOGISTICS GROUP 5 A Selective Offload/Onload Logistics Gaps Box Score CAPABILITY GAPS ASSIGNED TO LOGISTICS GROUP 5 A Selective Offload/Onload 5 B Material Handling Strike Up/ Strike Down (SUSD) 5 C Modular Packaging/Repackaging En Route 6 7 11 Distributed, Collaborative Operational Logistics Planning Total Asset Visibility Joint Logistics Support System 16 Sea-Based Maintenance 18 Sea-Based Medical LOGISTICS GROUP INTEREST 13 Shared Communications Architecture 15 On-Station Reload or NSFS Assets 17 Bulk Liquid Handling and Transfer 26

Conclusions • Technology used in industry can be of high value but significant issues Conclusions • Technology used in industry can be of high value but significant issues may arise – – – Motion & Flexing Hull constraints Marinization • Architectures should be developed that will satisfy user needs and resource realism – Seabase – Logistics Systems • The architecture chosen will drive the solutions 27

Logistics Team Randy Bales Skip Gaskill Bernie Boucher Dennis Gilhooley Bill Corcoran Stretch Phillips Logistics Team Randy Bales Skip Gaskill Bernie Boucher Dennis Gilhooley Bill Corcoran Stretch Phillips Maersk Line Dave Drenon Other Supporting Team Members 28