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10th Annual Airborne Electronic Warfare 2011

  1. 1. Bo bef nd 00 pa gust to £ Au up ok ore sav y a 2 an 5t e d h10th AnnualAirborne ElectronicWarfareAssessing the ongoing need to stay ahead of the threatThistle Westminster, London, 28th - 29th September 2011 Expert Insights From:Event Highlights: Captain Frank “Spanky” Morley, Prospective Program Manager PMA265 - F/A-18 & E/A-18G Program, US Navy> Hear a broad coverage of UK MoD and RAF activity - with Captain Paul Overstreet USN, Program Manager PMA-272, particular focus on the contrasts of operating EW in Afghanistan Advanced Tactical Aircraft Protection Systems, US Navy and Libya Wing Commander Paul Lenihan, SO 1 Electronic Warfare, Joint Capabilities Board, UK MoD> Further lessons learned from French EW operations in Libya - discover how NATO nations are managing threat on current and Wing Commander Rick Adams, SO 1 Electronic Warfare, HQ Air Command, RAF ongoing operations Lieutenant Colonel Michael Arlt, Chief EW Officer General> Full spectrum Canadian briefings - with updates of EW support Staff, German Air Force to the Canadian fleet and developments with Canadian Forces Lieutenant Colonel Nicola Donati Guerrieri, OPS Chief, Air structure and EW doctrine Force EW Centre, Italian Air Force> Counter-measure and aircraft survivability – platform Lieutenant Colonel M. R. Grischkowsky, USMC Deputy protection for rotary and fixed-wing, plus examination of the use Director, Joint Electronic Warfare Center, US Strategic Command of IRCM in Afghanistan and RF counter-measures in Libya Lieutenant Colonel Daniel Parpaillon, Fleet and Operational> Developments in jamming and Electronic Attack technology and EW Officer, Air Force Staff, French Air Force doctrine, with briefings from the US Navy Growler Programme and US Navy Electronic Attack School Kent Smith, Systems Engineering Lead Program Executive Office, Aviation, US Army Good networking. Excellent overview of the EW world Major Kirk Bennet, Electronic Warfare Cell, Canadian Air Warfare Centre, Canadian Forces Stephen Bailey, Royal Air Force Kinloss Major Tom Pilz, Electronic Warfare Operational Support, Canadian Forces Very interesting to get an insight Very good experience to capture Captain John “Limey” Christianson, Chief, Joint Force into the EW programmes of other challenging & customer Integration, 57 WG Electronic Warfare Officer, USAF Weapons countries. expectations. School, USAF Joshua Lee, DSTL - Good range Giancarlo Chinino, Elettronica Lieutenant Marek Gnida, EW Officer HQ, Slovakian of expertise S.p.A Air Force MEDIA PARTNERS +44(0)20 7368 9300 +44(0)20 7368 9301
  2. 2. 10th Annual Airborne Electronic Warfare 2011 Day One: 28th September 2011 08.30 Coffee and Registration Status of the greater EW program, Analysis of Alternatives(s) and vision for future EW systems /09.00 Chairman’s Welcome weapons as part of the Integrated Electronic WarfareWing Commander Chris Pitt (Ret’d), formerly System (IEWS) family of systemsS01 EW & TD, RAF and Managing Director, Cycnia Update on EW training and command structure in US Army09.10 STRATEGIC LEVEL BRIEFING – FUTURE Clay Ogden, Army Electronic Warfare, DAMO - ODE, USOF UK ELECTRONIC WARFARE CAPABILITY ArmyWing Commander Paul Lenihan, SO1 EW, UKMoD 12.20 Networking Lunch09.50 VIEW FROM RAF HQ AIR COMMAND - 14.00 THE WAY AHEAD FOR FRENCH ELECTRONICMANAGING THE DIFFERING ENVIRONMENTS WARFAREOF LIBYA AND AFGHANISTAN Current fleet EW capability Adapting to different operating environments Participation within NATO and working with NATO and managing different threats CONOPS Infrared vs. RC threats Lessons learned from recent and ongoing operations Ensuring that the RAF is capable of reacting to Facing the threats of tomorrow operational requirements in the realm of ECM Lieutenant Colonel Daniel Parpillon, EW Capability Equipping the fleet for current and future Officer, French Air Force conflictWing Commander Rick Adams, Head of Air 14.40 DEVELOPMENTS IN CANADIAN ELECTRONICPlatform Protection, Headquarters Air Command, WARFARE DOCTRINERoyal Air Force Canadian Air Force way ahead in electronic warfare Emergence of new EW doctrine 10.30 Coffee and Networking Break Implementing doctrine and challenges in moving theory into practice11.00 GERMAN AIR FORCE EW UPDATE – Major Kirk Bennet, Canadian Forces Air Warfare CentreCURRENT PROJECTS AND ONGOINGDEVELOPMENTS 15.20 Coffee and Networking Break EW Training within the air force - use of live and simulated environments 15.50 ITALIAN AIRFORCE EW EFFORTS Current capability of German Air Force electro- Current capability of the Italian Air Force platform magnetic effects protection programme On-going efforts to ensure that capability Improving and managing EW integration into air remains ahead of the threat force operational schemeLieutenant Colonel Michael "George" Arlt, Chief Approaching and defending against current andEW Officer for Airborne Platforms, German Air emerging threatsForce Staff Lieutenant Colonel Nicola Donati Guerrierri, Electronic Warfare Centre, Italian Air Force11.40 US ARMY ELECTRONIC ATTACK AND EWSYSTEMS 16.30 Chairman’s Closing Remarks and End of Day One Airborne Electronic Attack weapons Wing Commander Chris Pitt (Ret’d), formerly S01 EW & development, mission sets and future vision / TD, RAF and Managing Director, Cycnia plans Sponsorship Opportunities | Three easy ways to get involved1. Thought Leadership: With an expected audience of senior military customers and decision makers from across the globe, Defence IQ eventsenable you to build your reputation as a market leader in your chosen domain through speaking sessions and subject specific conferencestreams, workshops and focus days2. Branding: We bring together buyers and suppliers in a tailored location with unbeatable facilities for on-site branding and exposure.Furthermore, our dedicated marketing team can help you achieve your promotional aims in the months leading up to the conference withdedicated mailings to cover 50,000 contacts through brochure drops, extensive e-mail campaigns and tailored web coverage3. Featured Networking Events: Focused and high level, our events will provide you with the perfect environment to initiate new businessrelationships and achieve face to face contact that overcrowded tradeshows cannot deliver. Sponsorship opportunities range from exhibitionstands to sponsored lunches, cocktail receptions, gala dinners and a host of informal social networking events.For further details, or to discuss which option is best for your organisation, please call +44 (0) 207 368 9857 or email
  3. 3. 10th Annual Airborne Electronic Warfare 2011 Day Two: 29th September 2011 08.30 Coffee and Registration Joint EW exercise with Czech Air Force & NATO JEWCS: Achieving operational harmony between Quick Reaction09.00 Chairman’s Welcome Alert Units & Forward Air ControllersWing Commander Chris Pitt (Ret’d), formerly S01 Lieutenant Marek Gnida, Electronic Warfare Officer,EW & TD, RAF and Managing Director, Cycnia Slovakian Air Force09.10 US STRATEGIC COMMAND – JOINT 12.20 Networking LunchELECTRONIC WARFARE CENTRE Provision of EW planning - support and advocacy 14.00 USAF WEAPONS SCHOOL – EXPERIENCE FROM Conducting effects-based assessment of assigned THE TRAINING GROUND AT NELLIS TO OPERATION operations ODYSSEY DAWN Maintaining readiness at directed levels EW Training on the Nellis Range/at the USAFWSLieutenant Colonel M. R. Grischkowsky, Deputy EW lessons learned from Operation OdysseyDirector, Joint Electronic Warfare Center, US Dawn/Operation Unified ProtectorStrategic Command The importance of joint/coalition EW for a modern IADS takedown09.50 MEETING THE ELECTRONIC ATTACK Captain John "Limey" Christianson, USAF Chief, JointREQUIREMENT FOR THE US NAVY Force Integration, USAF Weapons School US Navy – F/A 18-G Growler; the lead airborne EW platform for the US Navy 14.40 OPERATIONAL AND TACTICAL SUPPORT Latest technology electronic attack suite PROVIDED TO THE CANADIAN FLEET Wide ranging SEAD capabilities Overview of Canadian EW programmes The critical need for effective EW Battle Unique support provided by Canadian Air Warfare Management (EWBM) School Challenges for the platforms future development Ensuring full EW integration and support– both at homeCaptain Frank "Spanky" Morley, PMA265 - F/A-18 and on operations& E/A-18G Program, Prospective, Program Manager, Major Tom Pilz, EW Tactics Officer, Canadian Forces AirUS Navy Warfare School 10.30 Coffee and Networking Break 15.20 Coffee and Networking Break11.00 TRAINING THE US NAVY PILOT FOR THE 15.50 HELICOPTER AIRCRAFT SURVIVABILITYFIGHT EQUIPMENT UPDATE. US ARMY Training set-up for the USN towards EW and ECM Suite of Infrared Counter Measures (SIIRCM) Feedback from Operation Odyssey Dawn, Unified Improved lamp / laser jammer Protector - lessons learned and application to The new missile warner (CWMS) training systems Advanced flare dispenser Current efforts to integrate training with the USAF Advanced flare munition and benefits towards improving pilot capability Ommon Missile Warning System / ImprovedLieutenant Commander Sean Hays, USN Countermeasure Dispenser (CMWS/ICMD)Electronic Attack Weapons School, US Navy Kent, Smith, Aircraft Survivability and Systems Engineering Lead, Program Executive Office Aviation, US11.40 NATO JOINT EW TRAINING WITH THE ArmySLOVAKIAN AIRFORCE Meeting the EW training needs of the Slovakian 16.30 Chairman’s Closing Remarks and End of Day One Air Force Wing Commander Chris Pitt (Ret’d), Formerly S01 EW Air Traffic Control & TD, RAF and Managing Director, Cycnia Ground Based Air Defence Tactical Air Control Party Tel: +44(0)207 368 9300 Email: newsletter@defenceiq.comDefence IQ is an authoritative news source for high quality and exclusive commentary and analysis on globaldefence and military-related topics. Sourcing interviews and insights directly from senior military and industryprofessionals on air defence, cyber warfare, armoured vehicles, naval defence, land defence and manymore topics, Defence IQ is a unique multimedia platform to discuss and learn about the latest developments withinthe defence sector. So join over 45,000 defence professionals today to claim your exclusive video interviews,podcasts, articles and whitepapers that are updated on a daily basis at - and all for free. Jointhe community:
  4. 4. 10th Annual 5 WAYS TO REGISTER Freephone: 0800 652 2363 or Airborne Electronic Fax: +44 (0)20 7368 9300 +44 (0)20 7368 9301 Warfare Post: your booking form to IQPC Ltd. 2nd Floor, 129 Wilton Road, London SW1V 1JZ Thistle Westminster, London, 28th - 29th September 2011 Online: To speed registration, please provide the priority code located on the mailing label or in the box below. Email: My registration code is: PDFW Team Discounts* Please contact our database manager on +44(0) 207 368 9300 or at quoting the registration IQPC recognises the value of learning in teams. Groups of 3 or more code above to inform us of any changes or to remove your details. booking at the same time from the same company receive a 10% discount. 5 or more receive a 15% discount. 7 receive a 20% discount. Only one discount available per person. 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