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18th Annual NDIA SO/LIC Symposium and Exhibition

“Warfare in the Seams:

Defense and Industry Partnering to Win the Long War”

Arlington, VA

26-28 February 2007  

 

 


Agenda

Monday, 26 February 2007

Military Services’ Chief Scientists and Technologists Panel Presentations: “Transforming General Purposes Forces for Warfare in the Seams”

Panel Members:

        Mr. George W. Solhan, Director, Expeditionary Warfare Operations, Office of Naval Research, “Warfare in the Seams: Defense and Industry Partnering in the Long War”

        Mr. Jack McCready, US Coast Guard Research and Development Center, “USCG – Deployable Operations”

National Laboratories Panel Presentations: “Technologies from the National Labs to Wage the Long War”

Panel Members:

        Dr. Mark A. Buckner, Cognitive Radio Program Director RF and Microwave Systems, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, “Technologies to Help Wage the Long War”

        Dr. Michael V. Fazio, Deputy Program Director for Defense and Homeland Security, Los Alamos National Laboratory, Los Alamos National Laboratory Overview”

        Dr. John Garnier, Armor Program Lead/Idaho Survivability Program, Idaho National Laboratory, “National and Homeland Security at INL”

        Dr. Russell D. Skocypec, Deputy Director Human Systems and Simulation Technologies, Sandia National Laboratory, “Technologies from the National Labs to Wage the Long War”

        Dr. Peter Vanier, Physicist, Detector Development Division, Nonproliferation and National Security Department, Brookhaven National Laboratory, “Stand-Off Nuclear Radiation Detection”

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Tuesday, 27 February 2007

USSOCOM Service Component Panel: "Capabilities, Challenges, and Technology Needs for Special Operations in the Long War"

Panel Member:

  • Brigadier General Steven J. Hashem, USA Reserve President, Joint Special Operations University and Center Director, Special Operations Knowledge and Futures, “Center for Knowledge and Futures (SOKF) Overview Brief”

  • Brigadier General Steven J. Hashem, USA Reserve President, Joint Special Operations University and Center Director, Special Operations Knowledge and Futures, “Joint Special Operations University”

Reports from the Field Panel: "Defense and Industry Vignettes in Waging Warfare in the Seams" Moderator and Panel Member: Colonel Lee An Van Arsdale, USA (Ret), Chief Executive Officer, Triple Canopy, Inc. “Warfare in the Seams Industry Vignettes”

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Wednesday, 28 February 2007

Keynote Address: "Perspectives on Special Operations and Warfare in the Seams"
Honorable Thomas W. O’Connell, Assistant Secretary of Defense for Special Operations and Low-Intensity Conflict,

Keynote Address: “Counter-Network Operations”
Lieutenant General William G. "Jerry" Boykin, USA, Deputy Undersecretary of Defense for Intelligence and Warfighting Support "The Global War on Terrorism or A Global Insurgency"

Miscellaneous:

Major General Donald Wurster, Vice Commander, Air Force Special Operations Command, “Challenges for the Long War”

1.      Video Bad Day

2.      Video CV-22

3.      Video Die Tired

4.      Video Gunship Fire

5.      Video Predator Hellfire

6.      Video Talon

Major Joe McGraw, NPS, Defense Analysis Department, “Limitations of the National Defense Union: Why the DOD-DI relationship is best left at home”

Captain David B. Moon, USAF, Joint Information Operations Student Department of Defense Analysis, “Cyber-Herding: Exploiting Islamic Extremists Use of the Internet”

Lieutenant General John F. Sattler, Director for Strategic Plans and Policy, The Joint Staff, “The View from the Joint Staff”

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