2004-2005 DSSG Travel Log

2004-2005 Defense Science Study Group:
Annie is a member of the 2004-2005 IDA/DARPA Defense Science Study Group. This Web page chronicles her experience throughout the two year program. Links are provided for each visit and are organized below according to sessions.

DSSG Photo Albums:
Annie Antón's Album
Jonathan Eisen's Album
Anthony Joseph's Album

DSSG members, mentors and IDA staff with a B-2 Spirit @ Whiteman AFB (June 24, 2004) Our KC-135 Crew @ Wright Patterson AFB (June 27, 2004) G.I. Annie @ Camp Lejeune, NC
Before our small craft ride with the Marines @ Camp Lejeune (July 28, 2004) Our KC-135 refueling an F-14 Tomcat 82nd Airborne Honorary Paratrooper giving thumbs up after jumping from 34" tower (July 29, 2004)

For more photos, visit Annie's DSSG Photo Album!


2004-2005 DSSG Members:
Annie I. Antón, North Carolina State University
Valerie Ashby, University of North Carolina
Carla Brodley, Tufts University
Ray Deshaies, California Institute of Technology
Jonathan Eisen, Institute for Genomic Research
Ken Gall, University of Colorado
Anthony Joseph, University of California, Berkeley
Catherine Murphy, University of South Carolina
Lynn Parker, University of Tennessee
Daphne Preuss, University of Chicago
Darrell Schlom, Pennsylvania University
Robert Shoelkopf, Yale University
Julie Theriot, Stanford University
Dawn Tilbury, University of Michigan

STATES VISITED
Alaska
Colorado
Florida
Georgia
Missouri
Nebraska
North Carolina
Ohio
Virginia
Washington
Washington, D.C.


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SESSION 1
March 2004 Trip:

MARCH 15 (monday)
Institute for Defense Analysis, Alexandria, Virginia

MARCH 16 (tuesday)
The Pentagon, Washington, D.C.
Briefing with General Peter Pace, Vice Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff

MARCH 15 (wednesday)
Institute for Defense Analysis, Alexandria, Virginia

SESSION 2
June 2004 Trip:


JUNE 20 (sunday)
• Dinner at Seattle Space Needle Restaurant

JUNE 21 (monday)
Eilson AFB, Alaska
Ft. Greely, Alaska

JUNE 22 (tuesday)
Cope Thunder, Alaska
Ft. Wainwright, Alaska
Eilson AFB, Alaska

JUNE 23 (wednesday)
Boeing
Salty's on Alki Beach

JUNE 24 (thursday)
Peterson AFB, Colorado
Schreiver AFB, Colorado
Joint National Integration Center (JNIC), Colorado
50th Space Wing and Space Warfare Center, Colorado
AFSPACE, Colorado
NORTHCOM, Colorado

JUNE 25 (friday)
• Arrive Offutt AFB, Nebraska
Strategic Command Headquarters, Nebraska
Joint Intelligence Center, Nebraska
Command Center

JUNE 26 (saturday)
• Arrive Whiteman AFB, Missouri
Unit Mission Brief - 509th Bomb Wing Headquarters, Missouri
Low Observable Maintenance Facility
B-2
Missile Launch Control Facility
Oscar 1

JUNE 27 (sunday)
• Arrive Wright Patterson AFB, Ohio
Air Force Museum

JUNE 28 (monday)
Air Force Research Laboratory, Ohio
AFRL Sensors Directorate
AFRL Effectiveness Directorate
Unmanned Air Vehicles (UAV)


SESSION 3
July 2004 Trip:

JULY 25 (sunday)
• Arrive at Marriott Courtyard
• Evening at Leisure

JULY 26 (monday)
• U.S. Navy Atlantic Fleet (LANTFLT)
, Norfolk, VA
CINCLANTFLT Command Center Briefing
Naval Station Norfolk Tour
• Lunch @ Breezy Point Officer’s Club
NAVSTA Norfolk Pier
• U.S. Joint Forces Command (JFCOM), Norfolk, VA
Pennsylvania House Reception
(hosted by VADM Cosgriff Deputy Commander in Chief, U.S. Atlantic Fleet)

JULY 27 (tuesday)
Naval Station Norfolk Pier
Surface Combatant Ship Tour with Aegis Equipped Weapons System
• Submarine Pier & Submarine Tour
• Allied Command Transformation (ACT) Headquarters, Norfolk, VA
KC-135 Refueling In Route to NC
• Arrive Marine Corps Air Station (MCAS) Cherry Point, NC
Camp Lejeune, (Marines) NC
• Dinner at Camp Lejeune Officers' Club

JULY 28 (wednesday)
II Marine Expeditionary Forces, Camp Lejeune, NC
• Camp Lejeune Military Operations Urban Terrain (MOUT) Facility
• Tank/Amphibious Armored Vehicle/Land Armored Vehicle Display & Rides
• Helicopter to Marine Corps Air Station (MCAS) New River
• Aviation Static Displays & Simulators
MRE lunch with Marines at School of Infantry
Martial Arts Program
• Individual Simulated Marksman Trainer - Hands On/Squadron Weapons
Small Craft Company
MCAS Cherry Point


JULY 29 (thursday)
• Fly to Pope Air Force Base
Fort Bragg, North Carolina (U.S. Army)
• U.S. Army XVIII Airborne Corps, Fort Bragg, NC
• Airborne Squadron Airborne School
• Parachute Operations/Jump
• U.S. Army Special Operations Command (USASOC)
Civil Affairs & Psychological Operations Command
• Fly to MacDill Air Force Base

JULY 30 (friday)
• U.S. Special Operations (SOCOM), MacDill Air Force Base, FL
• SORR (Center for Force Structure, Resources, Req'ts & Strategic Assessments)
• Special Operations Acquisition and Logistics Center (SOAL)
• SRC (Single Response Cell) Program
SOAL-T Technology Thrust Areas
• SOOP Future Concepts Working Group
• U.S. Central Command (CENTCOM), MacDill Air Force Base, FL

JULY 31 (saturday)
• Fly to Jacksonville Airport
Naval Submarine Base, Kings Bay, GA
• U.S. Navy Submarine Group 10
Trident Nuclear Submarine & Missles
• USS Nebraska

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