Event: 24-25 June 2014 Rosslyn VA Next Generation Intelligence & Reconnaissance


Technology Training Corporation has announced their spring 2014 symposium on:

“Next Generation Intelligence Surveillance & Reconnaissance”

Dates: June 24-25, 2014 at the Holiday Inn Rosslyn at Key Bridge in Arlington, VA,
1900 North Fort Myer Drive, Arlington, VA 22209 (703-807-2000)

Over 20 Service & Industry Experts from: OUSD/AT&L, DUSD-I, ONI, USAF/HQ, USMC, Army G2, JCS, NGA, AGC, AFRL, COMUSNAVSO/C4F, AF/A2, NPS, Boeing, Raytheon, Northrop Grumman, Harris Corporation, Sierra Nevada, Netspective Communications, Persistent Surveillance Systems, CSIS and Kitware   presenting:

  • Special Presentations by:
    ■ Lt Gen Raymond Palumbo, – USAF Deputy Undersecretary of Defense (Intelligence) for Joint & Coalition Warfighter Support, DoD ISR Task Force
    ■ Mr. Dyke Weatherington – Director, Unmanned Warfare & Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (UW & ISR), Strategic and Tactical Systems, OUSD/AT&L
    ■ Mr. Terry Mitchell – Director, DAG2 Intelligence Futures Directorate, US Army (G2)
    ■ RADM Elizabeth Train, USN – Director, National Maritime Intelligence-Integration Office, Commander, Office of Naval Intelligence (ONI)
    ■ Dr. Karen St. Germain – Director, ISR Systems Div., SPACE & Intelligence Office, OUSD/AT&L
    ■ Mr. Weldon “Jack” Campbell, SES – Acting Vice Director, Intelligence, Joint Chiefs of Staff, Defense Intelligence (JCS/J2)
  • Emerging DoD ISR Needs, Initiatives & Opportunities
  • Next Generation ISR Mission Challenges, Capabilities and Opportunities – Airborne, Maritime, Homeland Security, Special Operations and more
  • The Most Critical Capability Gaps and Needs in ISR Information Sharing and Dissemination
  • Emerging Opportunities in Airborne and Maritime ISR

About the Program:

This incredibly comprehensive 2-Day General Session and Vendor Exhibition will assemble over 20 Key Organizations and Senior Leading Experts that are executing current ISR requirements and who are shaping the direction of future ISR capabilities for the services and public service sectors. The Services’ ever increasing roles for Next Generation ISR assets are permeating across a very broad range of critical missions, including but not limited to: Persistent Global Strike, Counter-intelligence & Counter-terrorism, Maritime Domain Awareness, Space Defense, Anti-Access and contested Global Commons. From Iraq and Afghanistan to the ever increasingly tumultuous Asia-Pacific region, and at home to CONUS, the need for diverse and evolving leap-ahead Next Generation ISR technology is paramount.

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