Conference Proceedings


“Attacking the Network”

May 4-5, 2011

Fort Walton Beach, FL




Wednesday, May 4, 2011


Welcome Remarks

  • Mr. Eugene Squires, Senior Partner, Squires & Fulcher, LLC Management Consultants; Chairman, NDIA EOD Planning Committee

 Keynote Remarks

  • Colonel Marue “MO” Quick, USA, Chief, EOD and Humanitarian Mine Action, Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense, Special Operations/Low Intensity Conflict and Interdependent Capabilities

 NATO EOD Working Group Update

 Global Partner Briefs Panel

Canada EOD Update

Interagency Improvised Explosive Device Defeat

  • Dr. Edwin Bundy, Program Manager, EOD/Low Intensity Conflict, Department of Defense Combating Terrorism Technical Support Office, Office of the Secretary of Defense


Thursday, May 5, 2011


Keynote Remarks – Attacking the IED Network Decision

  • Captain Fredrick E. Gaghan, USN, Chief, Technology Requirements Integration Division, Joint Improvised Explosive Device Defeat Organization

 Combating IED Proliferation and Interdicting the Supply Chain

  • Mr. Rick Shimon, Special Agent in Charge, U.S. Department of Commerce, Office of Export Enforcement

The Importance of Trained EOD Forces in Forensics/Intelligence Capture

  • Mr. Walter Angles, Project Manager for International Operations, Directorate of Ordnance and Explosives, U.S. Army Engineering and Support Center, Huntsville

 Transportation Security Agency’s Explosives Security Program Update

  • Mr. Edward Kittel, Chief, Explosives Operations Division, TSA Office of SecurityOperations, Department of Homeland Security

 Strategy and Network Behavior

  • Mr. David Johnson, Executive Director, Center for Advanced Defense Studies

Marine Corps – Services State of the Union on EOD

 Air Force – Services State of the Union on EOD