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The CUAS Coalition Confirms USAF Major Brown as Director of Defense

By admin In UAV News

05

Sep
2018

The CUAS Coalition Confirms USAF Major Brown as Director of Defense

The CUAS Coalition is pleased to announce the affirmation of United States Air Force Major Mikita Brown as Director of Defense. Maj. Brown is exceptionally decorated and highly experienced in air defense and in CUAS for its Air Force.

Important Mikita R. Brown, functions with the Joint Staff (JS) J6 Joint Deployable Analysis Team (JDAT) since the Senior Air Battle Manager to Offer integration experience of Multi-Domain C2 warfighter investigation. The JDAT assesses present and future warfighter approaches in austere field states to deal with interoperability problems and Joint integration minimize collateral damage, reduce fratricide, and to enhance combat efficiency. Major Brown leads a joint and coalition group of warfighters and analyst to create innovative C4I options for Integrated Air Missile Defense (TBMs and SHORAD dangers ), while specializing in the emerging C2BM of sUAS and C-UAS drone defense.

Major Brown is a graduate of Tuskegee University where she earned her commission through the early Det. 015. She attained Air Battle Management adventure through key tactical and operational functions like: Chief of Weapons and Tactics, 623rd Air Control Flight’s (LIGHT SWORD); Chief of Operational Analysis, AFCENT’s (PYRAMID); Chief of Operations Group Standardization and Analysis for Command, Control and Joint Air Defense, OGV’s (SHOGUN); and Senior Manager for the “planet ’s busiest airspace,” 621st Air Control Squadron’s (COBRA). She is also a seasoned staff officer that has led progress for some of DOD’s roughest joint and united C2 rankings; notably, Korea’s Chief of both C2 Plan’s Architecture, Communication Team, SPINS Coordinator and the Executive Officer to the Commander of the Air Operations Center (AOC). From there she became a distinguished Mission Crew Commander (MCC) to NATO’s AWACS (E-3A) Part while serving around the HQ-FHR (A5) Staff since the Program Director for Mode 5/EHS and the 2035 Concept of Operations.

Important Mikita R. Brown, functions with the Joint Staff (JS) J6 Joint Deployable Analysis Team (JDAT) since the Senior Air Battle Manager to Offer integration experience of Multi-Domain C2 warfighter investigation. The JDAT assesses present and future warfighter approaches in austere field states to deal with interoperability problems and Joint integration minimize collateral damage, reduce fratricide, and to enhance combat efficiency. Major Brown leads a joint and coalition group of warfighters and analyst to create innovative C4I options for Integrated Air Missile Defense (TBMs and SHORAD dangers ), while specializing in the emerging C2BM of sUAS and C-UAS drone defense.

Major Brown is currently a senior air battle manager with more than 1,340 flying hours (US & NATO E-3) and 720 hours of Ground Control Intercepts (GCI) through BC3-Qatar, BC3-Korea, JADGE Japan and Korea-AOC.

EDUCATION 

2002 Associates of Science in Biology, Georgia Military College; Milledgeville, GA

2004 Bachelor of Science in Chemistry, Tuskegee University, Tuskegee, AL

2008 Masters of Science in Human Relations, University of Oklahoma; Norman OK

2010 Squadron Officer School; AL, Air University, Maxwell AFB

2016 Air Command and Staff College; Air University, by correspondence

2017 Experts of Military Research and USMC Command and Staff College; Marine Corps University, Quantico VA

July 2004 — May 2005, Manager of Recruitment and Retention, Det. 015 Tuskegee University, Tuskegee AL 2. May 2005 – May 2006, Student, Undergraduate Air Battle Manager Coaching; Tyndall AFB, Panama City, FL 3. May 2006 – February 2007, Student Tinker AFB, Oklahoma City, OK 4. February 2007 — Flight Chief of Senior & Admin Duty Officer, August 2007 , Tinker AFB, Oklahoma City. August 2007 — January 2008, USSOUTHCOM Counter-Drugs Operations 6. January 2009 january 2008 –, Dep Chief of Tactics & Instructor, 963rd AACS Tinker AFB, Oklahoma City. January 2009 – June 2009, USCENTCOM Operations ENDURING FREEDOM & IRAQI FREEDOM (OIF/OEF)

8. June 2009 – July 2011, Instructor & Flight Commander; 552nd Training Squadron, Tinker AFB, Oklahoma City, OK 9. July 2011 – June 2012, Chief of Weapons & Tactic / Evaluator Senior Director; Kadena AFB, Okinawa Japan 10. June 2012 USCENTCOM Operation ENDURING FREEDOM – January 2013 and DEF of the ARABIAN GULF 11. January 2013 – July 2013, Chief of OGV C2 and Evaluator Senior Director; Kadena AFB

12. July 2013 — June 2014 Korea C4I Architecture and SPINS, Osan AB, Republic of Korea 13. June 2014 — June 2015 Osan AB. June 2015 – July 2016,” Force HQ Requirements & NATO E-3A Mission Crew Commander, GK Germany

15. July 2016, – June 2017, US Marine Corps Command and Staff, Marine Corps University, Quantico VA

16. June 2017- current, Joint Staff (JS) J6 Joint Deployable Analysis Team (JDAT), Eglin AFB, FL

FLIGHT INFORMATION 

Rating: Senior Air Battle Manager Flying Hours: 1,340

Combat Hours: 246

MDS Experience: E-3B/C (US-AWACS), JADGE (Japan), BCD (Qatar), BCD-K (Korea), RE-11/RE-12 (Korean-AOC), E-3A NATO-AWACS (Germany)

AWARDS AND DECORATIONS 

1. Meritorious Service Medal

2. Aerial Achievement Medal

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4.

5. ARMY-Achievement Medal

6. Meritorious Unit Award

7. AF Outstanding Unit Award

8. National Defense Service Medal

9. Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal

10.

11.

12. Military Outstanding Volunteer Service Medal

13.

14. AF Overseas Ribbon Long

15.

16. AF Longevity Service

17. AF Training Ribbon

US ARMY Superior Soldier Award, Georgia ARMY National Guard (Combat Medic); 1997-1999

Graduate of US ARMY TOP GUN, Fort Sill; for Patriot’s Integrated Air Missile Defense (IAMD) Advanced School; June 2012

— Released 1st Operational Decision Game (ODG) to Marine Corps Gazette’s Online; Nuclear N-Korea Strategies

— Released Marine Corp Gazette article; such as Joint Missile Defense, Manned & Unmanned Teaming (MUM-T) Solutions for A2AD challenges

1. June 2017- current, Joint Staff (JS) J6 Joint Deployable Analysis Team (JDAT), Eglin AFB, FL., as a Major

EFFECTIVE DATES OF PROMOTION

First Lieutenant July 1, 2006

Captain

March 1, 2014 Important

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Released at Wed, 05 Sep 2018 14:07:19 +0000

campaignParticular Features of this UAV from Ukraine — Raybird 3

Even the Air Force of Ukraine may embrace the unmanned aviation complicated Raybird-3, which because 2016 is allowed to operate from the Armed Forces, also in the spring of 2018 verified the capability to perform tasks in states of counteraction to electronic warfare (EW).

UAS was created by the UKRAINIAN AVIATION PRODUCTION COMPANY “SKYETON”, that was founded by a group of engineers and pilots in 2006. The company is building unmanned techniques and sports planes that are light.

In the process of analyzing, which happened on the grounds of this State Research Institute for Testing and Certification of Arms and Military Gear, the complicated confirmed its compliance with the need for small tactical UAV. Those who attempted the drone evaluations report That.

“Raybird-3 is capable of continuously being in the air and performing jobs for 20 hours, the best flight range at the identical time reaches 2.5 thousand km at a rapid speed of 120 km / h,” said the head of this department for study and testing of unmanned aerial systems of this GNPTs Lieutenant Colonel Yuri Kamak.

This UAV’s maximum weight is 20 kg, while the weight of this load is left up to 5 kg. They establish a drone using a mechanized catapult. Landing following the flight is performed on a parachute.

“since its functioning height is approximately 1000 meters During the flight, the UAS is almost invisible and silent from the ground, the maximum flight altitude is 3 kilometers. ” Due to powerful remote-controlled optics, the Raybird-3 is able to “visit ” the target at a distance of 10 kilometres and automatically fix it with the capability to move audio in real time by a distance of 100 kilometres. “

It’s stated that the UAV enables solving jobs that were operational-tactical.

The speed is 160 km / h. The flight period is 15 hours.

Characteristics: the wingspan is approximately 3 m

READ MORE ON WWW.SKYETON.COM

Released at Wed, 05 Sep 2018 13:59:06 +0000

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