1423 Powhatan St., Suite 1
Alexandria, Virginia 22314
Phone (703) 836-6727
Fax (703) 836-7491
Email: asnehq@navalengineers.org

Course Description

In conjunction with Combat Systems Symposium, a one day course "Introduction to Basic Radar" is being offered. Radar systems are a critical component to all three phases of the Detect-Control-Engage sequence, whereby our combatant ships are able to effectively search, track and prosecute incoming threats. This course is aimed at improving and maintaining proficiency in the full range of design and in-service support to radar systems installed onboard ships and shore stations around the globe. Students are taught basic radar systems concepts and types, as well as, radar functionality, configuration, performance benchmarking, applications of Radar Systems as well as techniques and strategies.

Register Online
Logistical Information

Location: Sheraton Pentagon City, 900 S Orme St., Arlington, VA
Date: November 19, 2019
Time: 8:00AM – 4:30PM
Professional Development Hours: 8 PDHs/CLPs
Lunch is on your own

Registration Information

Capacity: 25
Enrollment Fee: ASNE Member $200
Non-Member $350

Terms and Conditions

Register Online


CAPT Jim Barron, USN (Ret)
CAPT Jim Barron, USN (Ret) is the Lead Engineer Failure Review Board (FRB) tasked with determining why the SPY radar did acquire a Standard Missile (SM) during at sea testing. He is the Deputy to the PEO IWS FRB tasked with determining why VLS did not launch SM during an at sea test.

Mr. John O'Neill, Pugh Associates, LLC
Mr. John O'Neill is Responsible for providing system engineering and analysis of requirements for current and advanced radar systems aboard US NAVY ships. Involved in design and development including system engineering, systems integration, test and evaluation of AN/SPY 1, 3, 4, 6 and Dual Band Radar.