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The Surface Navy Today
Agile, Flexible and Balanced Across
the Spectrum of Conflict
Supporting the Maritime Strategy
Power Projection
Maritime Security
Forward Presence
Deterrence
Humanitarian Assistance and
Disaster Response
Sea Control
A Global Force
C6F AOR
C3F AOR
COMBATANTS – 1
AMPHIBS – 1
C7F AOR
COMBATANTS – 12
AMPHIBS – 0
COMBATANTS – 4
AMPHIBS – 4
C2F AOR
COMBATANTS – 1
AMPHIBS – 0
C5F AOR
C4F AOR
COMBATANTS – 14
AMPHIBS – 3
COMBATANTS – 2
AMPHIBS – 0
TOTAL SURFACE SHIPS: 163
ON ANY GIVEN DAY NEARLY 50% OF OUR SHIPS
ARE DEPLOYED
“Navy protects Iraq's lifeline
in Persian Gulf”
“U.S. Navy Flexes Muscles in
Persian Gulf”
Conducting and Supporting
Combat Operations in the
Middle East
DDG/CG Power Projection
Patrol Coastals
IAs on the ground
• Supporting war on terrorism
• Infrastructure protection
“New missile defense plan bets
on Navy interceptors”
“US shifts missile defense from
Europe to Navy ships”
Maritime Ballistic Missile
Defense
in EUCOM AOR
USS Higgins (DDG 76)
• Expanding deterrence options
• 19 BMD capable ships today,
growing to meet the demands
of tomorrow
“San Diego-based warships to help
ward off missile threat”
“Navy brings aid, training
to Gabon”
“US Navy crew teaches skills
to Equatorial Guineans”
Africa Partnership Station
Building Partner Capacity
“US helps African navies
boost Gulf of Guinea security”
USS Gunston Hall (LSD 44)
USS Arleigh Burke (DDG 51)
HSV Swift
USS Nashville (LPD 13)
USS Nicholas (FFG 47)
• Hands-on practical courses
• Professional exchanges
• Community outreach
“Navy creates force devoted
to fighting piracy”
“Warships ward off
Somali pirates”
Counter Piracy
off the Horn of Africa
USS Boxer (LHD 4)
USS Chosin (CG 65)
USS Bainbridge (DDG 96)
USS Anzio (CG 68)
USS Vella Gulf (CG 72)
• Promoting economic stability
• Expanding regional Maritime Security
“New Norfolk-based ship's crew
seizes 4 tons of drugs on „Hash
Highway”
Counter Illicit
Trafficking in 4th Fleet
USS McClusky (FFG 41)
USS Rodney M. Davis (FFG 60)
USS McInerney (FFG 9)
USS Gary (FFG 51)
USS Ford (FFG 54)
“U.S. Navy seizes millions
of drugs in waters known
for piracy”
• Detecting, monitoring, tracking
and interdicting
• Promoting prosperity and lasting
democracy
“U.S. military speeds aid to
devastated areas in Pacific”
Humanitarian Assistance and
Relief Operations in Indonesia
USS Tortuga (LSD 46)
USS Harpers Ferry (LSD 49)
• Delivered more than 182 tons of food,
water and medical supplies during
Tropical Storm Ketsana
“U.S. Navy mobilizes
disaster relief across Asia”
How We Meet the Mission and
Overcome Challenges
Deckplate
Leadership
SWE
Alignment
Training
Manning
Ship
Readiness
Warships Ready for Tasking
Surface Warfare Enterprise Alignment
VISION
SWE
Alignment
Delivering the right force with the
right readiness at the right cost
• Cross functional alignment
• Surface Team One, Ship Maintenance
and Assessment Readiness Team
(SMART), Surface Warfare Enterprise
Assessment Process (SWEAP)
• TYCOM Assist Teams
• Achieving better defined maintenance
requirements
• Early LCS deployment
Core Skills
• Leadership
• Zone inspections/3M
• Effective training
• Adherence to standards
• Pride of ownership
Back to Basics
• Focused on the right
priorities
• Procedural compliance
• Self assessment
• Adherence to customs
and traditions
• Instilled professionalism
• “You get what you
inspect vice expect”
100% of ships met deployment
commitments
• Better identified Surface Ship Life
Cycle Maintenance (SSLCM)
activity
• 3M Assessment improvements
(30 of last 31 ships certified)
• Established Engineering
Readiness Assist Teams
Ship Readiness
Developing innovative, effective
solutions
More disciplined, effective,
efficient, and repeatable
processes
Ship
Readiness
• Ships 97% manned
• Funded 139 billets in FY10 to
address critical manpower
shortages
• Improved NEC FIT and
Enlisted Data Verification
Report accuracy
• Engineering manning
improvements
Manning
Ensuring the right Sailors
with the right skills are in the
right place at the right time
Manning
Training
Training
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Total Ship Training Strategy
Put the “T” back in ATG
ASW Mobile Training Team/BMD
Increased NCEA/Live Fire
Established a 20 week Basic Phase
entitlement
• SWOS Basic Course – over 800
graduates
• Senior Officer Ship Material
Readiness Course (SOSMRC)
• LCS – Train to Qualify/Train to
Certify
Improving training effectiveness
through collaboration and
coordination across the
Enterprise and Waterfront
Deckplate
Leadership
Empowering and training all levels of
the chain-of-command
• Taking back ownership
• All phases of leadership
• Setting Command climate
• Drawing on Fleet feedback
Deckplate Leadership
People:
Our Most Valuable Resource
Answering the Call to Serve
Diversity at all Levels
Career Flexibility and Benefits
Recruiting and
Retaining our Best
Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow

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