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Submarine Force Birthday History Seminar: OUTLAW SHARK

April 24, 2012 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

“OUTLAW SHARK – The Beginning of Over The Horizon Targeting”

Submarine History Seminar
National War College
6 – 9 PM 24 April 2012
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Email – nslevent@navalsubleague.com or
Phone – 703-256-0891 or 1-877-280-7827sub symposium logoParticipants:

RADM Guy Schaffer, USN (Ret), Director, Navy Command Control and Communications Projects, Naval Electronics Command. Significant activities during this time included, initiation of JTIDS Development, introduction of OSIS, and ASWOC, introduction and validation of Over-the-Horizon Targeting (OTH) and the Outlaw Shark concept.

RADM Walter Locke, USN (Ret), Founder and Chairman emeritus of the Precision Strike Association. As Director of the Joint Cruise Missiles Project from 1977 to 1982, Rear Admiral Locke organized and directed eight major development and acquisition programs. He successfully led the anti-ship guidance development for the Harpoon Anti-Ship Weapons System.

Dr. Robert Hess, Directed and performed contract analyses in areas of ocean surveillance, OTH targeting, command-and-control, and related fields for Director of the Reconnaissance, Electronic Warfare, Special Operations, and Naval Intelligence Systems Office, Commander, Navy Operational Test and Evaluation Force and Director, Navy/Joint Cruise Missile Project.

For More information visit: www.navalsubleague.com/NSL/history_seminar.aspx

Sponsored by Northrop Grumman Marine Systems

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Details

Date:
April 24, 2012
Time:
6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Event Category:

Venue

National War College, Fort Lesley J McNair
300 D Street SW
Washington, DC United States
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Organizer

Naval Submarine League