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2017 - When the Tooth Forgets the Tail: Integrating Operational Energy Implications into System-Level Combat Effects Modeling

2017 - When the Tooth Forgets the Tail: Integrating Operational Energy Implications into System-Level Combat Effects Modeling

Endy M. Daehner, PhD, Physical Scientist, RAND Corporation presented on: Reconciling current energy guidance and future requirements is challenging. Rand corporation discusses their research on developing a methodology for a system-level assessment of the impact of operational energy (focusing on fuel needs) on combat and logistics effectiveness, as well as well applying the methodology to assess impact of operational energy on the Armored Brigade Combat Team (ABCT) 2020. If you would like it sent right to your inbox, just email us today.

2017 - United States Marine Corps Expeditionary Energy Program

2017 - United States Marine Corps Expeditionary Energy Program

Col Brian Magnuson, Director, Marine Corps Expeditionary Energy Office (E2O), USMC Presents on Energy sources for remote operations to enhance endurance, the effective Use of operational energy resources as well as sustaining expeditionary forces. If you would like to receive this in your inbox, email us today.

2017 - Tipping the Balance of Power Forward

2017 - Tipping the Balance of Power Forward

Mr. John Howell, Product Director, Soldier Systems & Integration (SS&I), PEO Soldier, discusses Modular power management systems, power demand growth at the platoon level, as well as the evolution of soldier power, and much more in his 2016 presentation. If you would like this sent right to your inbox, please email us today.

2017 - Reducing Sustainment Demands

2017 - Reducing Sustainment Demands

Chris Bolton, Lead Engineer and Technology Management Division Chief PM Expeditionary Energy & Sustainment Systems, PEO CS & CSS presents information on providing integrated, scalable and affordable expeditionary energy as well as reducing energy constraints on the warfighter. Read more about integrating tactical power wolutions to the forces here.

Power and Energy Enabling Multi-Domain Battle

Power and Energy Enabling Multi-Domain Battle

Beth Ferry, Power Division Chief, CERDEC U.S. Army, presents on the CERDEC power division, CSA priorities, future technologies and more.

Enabling Tactical Energy Independence

Enabling Tactical Energy Independence

Chris Hurley, Power Team Lead, CERDEC U.S. Army, presents on the Soldier Power Development Program, future technologies, resourcing opportunities and more.

The Intersection of DoD Operational Energy Strategy and Industry

The Intersection of DoD Operational Energy Strategy and Industry

Doreen Swanson, Senior Program Manager, Cummins Power Generation, presents on the AMMPS Microgrid with energy storage, trends in power generation technologies, and the next generation of AMMPS.

Multi-domain Battle Concept: Challenges for Army Energy

Multi-domain Battle Concept: Challenges for Army Energy

Mr. Jack Surash, Acting Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Army, Energy and Sustainability; Assistant Secretary of the Army, IE&E, presents on recent goals achieved in installation energy, proposed plans for the future, and more.

Solutions for Reducing Fuel, Water, and Waste on Expeditionary Camps

Solutions for Reducing Fuel, Water, and Waste on Expeditionary Camps

Joseph Quigley, Modeling, Simulation, and Analysis Lead, SLB-STO-D, NSRDEC, US Army, and Janet Langley, System Engineering Integration Lead, SLB-STO-D, NSRDEC, US Army present on: 

  • Evaluating Army S&T sustainment technologies for resource reduction potential
  • Understanding system interactions
  • Achievable reductions with integrated approaches

Identifying and Reducing Energy Risks in Expeditionary Missions

Identifying and Reducing Energy Risks in Expeditionary Missions

Col. Brian Magnuson, Director, Marine Corps Expeditionary Power Systems, presents on reducing energy waste, protecting energy micro-grids, and using training and enhanced operations to increase energy efficiency.

Reducing Energy Demands to Increase Warfighter Mobility

Reducing Energy Demands to Increase Warfighter Mobility

Lieutenant Colonel Michael Baker, Product Manager for Handheld, Manpack and Small Form Fit, U.S. Army, presents on using advanced software to reduce energy demand-Deploying next generation lithium-ion batteries for increased warfighter mobility.


Multi-domain Battle Concept: Future Battlefield Power

Multi-domain Battle Concept: Future Battlefield Power

Colonel Bill Myer, Director, Operational Energy and Contingency Basing ASA, Installation, Energy and Environment, U.S. Army, presents on OE domains, the vehicle OE approach, and universal power.

Challenges & Strategies for Reducing Operational Energy Demands

Challenges & Strategies for Reducing Operational Energy Demands

Captain Mark R. Vandroff, USN Commanding Officer Naval Surface Warfare Center, Carderock Division, U.S. Navy, presents on increasing fuel efficiency requirements for future planned aircraft acquisitions, upgrading current weapons systems to improve fuel efficiency, and promoting an energy conservation friendly environment in the force.

Operational Energy Impact on Mission & Sustainment Effectiveness

Operational Energy Impact on Mission & Sustainment Effectiveness

Mr. Brian Ernst, Project Manager, Joint Operational Energy Initiative (JOEI), TARDEC; Mr. Morris G. Hayes, Division Chief, Modeling Analysis Division, TRAC; Mr. William R. Fisher, Lead, Power and Energy Team, AMSAA, present on data management and validation, scenario development, model capabilities, and example analysis.

Past Presentation Packet

Past Presentation Packet

In preparation for Operational Energy 2019, we wanted to exclusively share these past presentations with you. Below you will find expert content on:

  1. Power and Energy Enabling Multi-Domain Battle
  2. Enabling Tactical Energy Independence
  3. The Intersection of DoD Operational Energy Strategy and Industry Trends
  4. Multi-domain Battle Concept: Challenges for Army Energy
  5. Materiel and Non-materiel Solutions for Reducing Fuel, Water, and Waste on Expeditionary Base Camps
  6. Identifying and Reducing Energy Risks in US Marine Expeditionary Missions
  7. Reducing Energy Demands of Tactical Radios to Increase Warfighter Mobility
  8. Multi-domain Battle Concept: Future Battlefield Power
  9. Operational Energy Impact Analysis on Mission and Sustainment Effectiveness
  10. Navy’s Challenges and Strategies for Reducing Operational Energy Demands in Current and Future Warfighting Force