Commander Operational Test and Evaluation Forces
CHINA LAKE US NORFOLK US GREENWICH UK (GMT) KABUL AF TOKYO JP
 

Expeditionary Warfare Division

The Expeditionary Warfare Division of OPTEVFOR is responsible for the independent planning and execution of operational test and evaluation of traditional and non-traditional Joint Chemical/Biological acquisition programs, Anti-Terrorist Force Protection Programs, Special Operations and Naval Special Warfare, Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD), Riverine, and Diving and Salvage programs. The division’s main focus is OT&E of warfighting improvements for the Navy Expeditionary Combat Command:

  • Chemical/Biological Acquisition Programs
  • Maritime Security/Acquisition Programs
  • SEAL/EOD/Riverine Acquisition Programs

Division Points of Contact

Director, Expeditionary Warfare Division - Code 80

(757) 282-5546 Ext. 3064

Deputy Director, Expeditionary Warfare Division - Code 80B

(757) 282-5546 Ext. 3292

Chemical/Biological Acquisition Programs (Code 81)

(757) 282-5546 Ext. 3129

Maritime Security/ATFP Section (Code 82)

(757) 282-5546 Ext. 3300

The Chemical/Biological Acquisition Programs Section is responsible for planning and executing Operational Test and Evaluation of traditional acquisition programs.
Programs include:

  • Joint Biological Point Detection System (JBPDS)
  • Joint Warning and Reporting Network (JWARN)
  • Joint Effects Model (JEM)
  • Joint Expeditionary Collective Protection (JECP)
  • Joint Service Aircrew Mask (JSAM)
  • Radiological Detection System (RDS)
  • Next Generation Diagnostic System (NGDS)
  • Dismounted Reconnaissance Set, Kit, Outfit (DR SKO)
  • Joint Service Equipment Wipe (JSEW)
  • Joint General Purpose – Hardened Military Equipment (GPD-HME)
  • Contaminate Indication Decontaminate Assurance Spray (CIDAS)
  • Next Generation Chemical Detector (NGCD)

The Maritime Security/ATFP Section is responsible for providing utility assessments on equipment that facilitates the detection, delay, deterrence, assessment and response functions for protecting government assets.
Programs include:

  • Identity Dominance System USMC (IDS-MC)
  • Electronic Harbor Security System (EHSS)
  • Combat Craft Medium (CCM)
  • Long Range Ocular Interrupter (LROI)
  • Integrated Fixed Towers (IFT)
  • NECC – Trident Warrior

SEAL/EOD/Dive/Riverine Section (Code 83)

757 282-5546 Ext. 3300

The SEAL, EOD, Dive, and Riverine Section is responsible for the independent planning and execution of operational test and evaluation of traditional and non-traditional programs for Special Operations and Naval Special Warfare, Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD), Diving and Salvage, and Riverine programs. Programs include: Programs include:

  • MK VI Patrol Boat
  • Joint Counter RCIED Electronic Warfare (JCREW)
  • Submarine Rescue Diving and Recompression System (SRDRS)
  • Shallow Water Combat Submersible (SWCS)
  • Deep Combat Submersible (DCS)
  • Polymer KELP (PK)
  • Joint Mission Planning System – Expeditionary (JMPS-E)