DoD Policy Board on Federal Aviation

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Welcome to ATCA’s
Annual Conference and
Exposition
Wednesday, October 5 - Slide Presentations
Welcome Coffee sponsored by
Nancy Graham
International Civil Aviation Organization
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SESSION 6: Global Harmonization
Moderator:
Speakers:
Nancy Graham, ICAO
Steve Bradford, FAA
Bob Humbertson, MITRE Corporation
Neil Planzer, The Boeing Company
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Break with Exhibitors:
Coffee sponsored by
2011 ATCA Student
Scholarships
Tomorrows Leaders in the Air Traffic
Community
DeKiyra L. Love
Purdue University
Brianna N. Brun
Iowa State University
Montana Grier
Kansas State University
SESSION 7: How Long Should We Maintain Two NASs?
Moderator:
Speakers:
Lynn Ray, FAA
Joe DeVito, JetBlue
Amr ElSawy, Noblis
Trish Gilbert, NATCA
Jack Kies, Metron Aviation
Steve Pennington, Department of Defense
Craig Spence, AOPA
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RNP SAAAR/AR
Joe DeVito
Captain A320
Manager Flight Standards
Compliance
VOR APPROACH EVOLVES TO RNP
JFK Visual/VOR
vs. RNP
Approaches
JFK
Descent Profile View
LONG BEACH RNP RWY 12
SESSION 7: How Long Should We Maintain Two NASs?
Moderator:
Speakers:
Lynn Ray, FAA
Joe DeVito, JetBlue
Amr ElSawy, Noblis
Trish Gilbert, NATCA
Jack Kies, Metron Aviation
Steve Pennington, Department of Defense
Craig Spence, AOPA
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DoD Policy Board on Federal Aviation
Two National Airspace Systems
How Long?
Mr. Steven Pennington
Executive Director
DoD Policy Board on Federal Aviation
Office of the Secretary of Defense - Joint Chiefs of Staff – Army – Navy – Marine Corps – Air Force – NORTHCOM
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Utilization of the NAS
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Used by a variety of users, each with different requirements and
capabilities-- from simple to extremely sophisticated
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NAS should accommodate mixed-equipped aircraft to serve all users
Office of the Secretary of Defense - Joint Chiefs of Staff – Army – Navy – Marine Corps – Air Force – NORTHCOM
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Requirements of the NAS
 Needs to be dynamic and adaptive—flex to demand in time and space
 Accommodates min and max equipped aircraft throughout all
available airspace
 Airspace complexity will dictate necessary capabilities
 Surveillance and navigation capability without GPS dependence
Different Constraints
Different Capabilities
Training in MOAs
Arrivals/Departures
It is cost prohibitive for all aircraft to equip to perform
all operations
Office of the Secretary of Defense - Joint Chiefs of Staff – Army – Navy – Marine Corps – Air Force – NORTHCOM
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DoD NextGen Equipage
DoD’s fleet realities: more than 14,000 aircraft
 Allocation of scarce resource requires directed equipage
 Business case and ROI will drive decisions
 Technology and policy to match NAS requirements for DoD
 Integration challenges drive cost: old/new; analog/digital;
federated/integrated architectures
 B-52/A-10: Expected in service into 2030-2040
 F-22/B-2: Expected in service 2040 and beyond
 DoD specific security considerations
DoD will require FAA ATC procedures, NAVAIDS, and systems
to support robust DoD ops/training for the foreseeable future
Office of the Secretary of Defense - Joint Chiefs of Staff – Army – Navy – Marine Corps – Air Force – NORTHCOM
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SESSION 7: How Long Should We Maintain Two NASs?
Moderator:
Speakers:
Lynn Ray, FAA
Joe DeVito, JetBlue
Amr ElSawy, Noblis
Trish Gilbert, NATCA
Jack Kies, Metron Aviation
Steve Pennington, Department of Defense
Craig Spence, AOPA
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2011 ATCA Student
Scholarships
Tomorrows Leaders in the Air Traffic
Community
Kerri Pavlik
Duquesne University
Rachael Tracey
Lewis University
Starr Worthy
Arizona State University
SESSION 8: Future Aviation Advisory Committee
Moderator:
Speakers:
Susan Kurland, Department of Transportation
Sue Baer, NY/NJ Port Authority
Dave Barger, JetBlue
Ana McAhron-Schultz, Air Line Pilots Association
Bill McGee, Travel and Aviation Consultant for
Consumers Union
Daniel McKenzie, Hudson Securities
Anthony Willett, Future Aviation Advisory Committee
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Closing Remarks
Peter F. Dumont, President and CEO, Air
Traffic Control Association
Monte Belger, Chairman, Air Traffic Control
Association, and Vice President of Industry
Affairs, Metron Aviation

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