A Program Guide to the U.S. Navy 2000 Edition


Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Today's Vision ... Tomorrow's Reality

America's Naval Expeditionary Forces
  • Mobility and Adaptability
  • Versatility and "Scalability"
  • Presence and Visibility
  • Cooperative and Independent Capabilities
Maritime Operations in the Information Age
  • Forward Presence
  • Knowledge Superiority
  • Dominating the Battlespace
Achieving Our Ends

Looking Ahead

Chapter 2: From Strategy to Program Decisions

Navy Strategic Planning Guidance

Naval Doctrine Development & Warfare Innovation

  • Navy Warfare Development Command
  • Fleet Battle Experiments
Navy Program Planning and Assessment
  • Navy Integrated Warfare Architectures Assessment & Planning Process
Navy Program Implementation
  • People
  • Force Structure
  • Readiness
  • Modernization
The Balance Result

Chapter 3: Requirements into Capabilities

Navy Department Acquisition

Department of Defense Acquisition

  • DoD Acquisition Milestones and Acquisition Acronyms
Manpower and Personnel
  • Retention
  • Recruiting
  • DPRIS-EMPRS Defense Personnel Record Imaging System-Electronic Military Personnel Record System
  • NSIPS Navy Standard Integrated Personnel System
  • Aircraft
  • Submarines
  • Surface Ships, Craft & Logistic Systems
  • Airborne Weapons
  • Submarine Weapons
  • Surface Weapons
Sensors, Electronic, and Information Warfare Systems
  • Airborne Systems
  • Subsurface Systems
  • Surface Systems
Command, Control, Communications, Computers, and Intelligence (C4I )
  • Joint Service/Navy Wide Systems
  • Airborne Systems
  • Submarine Systems
  • Surface Systems

Chapter 4: Fiscal Outlook

Navy Financial Resources

Navy-Marine Corps Appropriations

Vision Presence Power

Appendix A Navy-Marine Corps Crisis Response and Combat Actions

Appendix B Glossary

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