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8th Annual Military Airlift 2011

  1. 1. presents the 8th Annual Book and pay before 24th June 2011 and save up to £250 Military Airlift 2011 main conference: 28th - 29th September 2011 Pre-conference workshop: 27th September 2011 The Royal Garden Hotel, Kensington, London, UK www.milairlift.com Enabling efficient, effective World class speaker panel includes and affordable airlift capability Brigadier General Alain Rousseau, Chief of Staff/Deputy Commander, military Airlift will:> European Air Transport command Deliver programme updates on the major strategic and tactical airlift platform development projects which are currently Air commodore Jon Ager, underway including the A400M, KC-390 and many more Air Officer Air Mobility, HQ 2 Group, Royal Air force> Investigate the effort to deliver entities – multinational interoperable military airlift effective with MCCE, the colonel Joseph Demarco, Commander, 100th Operations Group, US Air force European Defence Agency, NAMA, Heavy Airlift Wing and colonel Keith P. Boone, European Air Transport all delivering briefings on the significant Commander (incoming), Heavy Airlift wing change and progress that has occurred in the last six months colonel Jennifer Thompson,> Allow an unrivalled insightAger, HQ 2 Group, will deliver efforts. Air Commodore John into Royal Air force airlift Chief, Allied Movement Coordination Centre, NATO SHAPE a keynote speech on the next 5 years in RAF Airlift as well as wing commander David manning, recent operational experience and Wing Commander Manning, OC 99th Squadron, Royal Air force Oc 99th Squadron, will discuss the Royal Air Force C-17 fleet, capabilities and foreseen future requirements wing commander Eric Le-Bras,> Provide detailedinvestment on multi Role Tanker Transport the increased information Air Tanker developments and in SO1 Officer, Air Transport and Helicopter Command, french Air force platforms Gunnar Borch, General Manager, NATO Airlift management Agency Pre Conference Workshop: 27th September 2011 Juan Tutor, A400M Programme Management A European Advanced Airlift Tactics Training centre – A necessity in an age of multinational interoperable airlift? Section Leader, OccAR-EA An interactive workshop highlighting the considerable operational “Military Airlift is very useful as a pre-deployment improvements which have been achieved due to the work of the AATTC, and plans to replicate this in Europe. familiarisation on the airlift environment” Wing Commander Andy Kime, HQ AIR/ISAF AMCC Workshop led by: Lieutenant colonel Edward Schindler, Director of Operations, Advanced Airlift Tactics Training Centre (AATTC), US Air force. “Well done. Military Airlift was very helpful.” SPONSOR: Lt. Col. Mohammed Al-Qashouti, Qatar Armed Forces “Military Airlift is an excellent opportunity to interact with the airlift community.” Laurent Donnet, European Defence Agency REGISTER ONLINE AT www.mILAIRLIfT.cOm OR cONTAcT US AT +44 (0)20 7368 9300 OR DEfENcE@IQPc.cO.UK
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Pre-Conference Workshop: 27th September 2011, 14:00 - 17:30A European Advanced Airlift Tactics Training centre – A necessity in an age of multinational interoperable airlift?An interactive workshop highlighting the considerable • Night Vision Goggle Course – Teaching the benefits and • Learn from one of the most established organisations of itsoperational improvements which have been achieved due to the limitations of night vision technology in operational situations type in the world how to put in place structures and TTPs towork of the AATTC, and how this might be replicated in Europe. • Intelligence Formal Training Unit – C-130 focused maximise your pre-engagement capabilities intelligence operative training • Set out a road map for creating similar organisations bothThe AATTC have performed a fundamentally crucial role in • Practical Intelligence Course – Enhancing aircrews chances in national and multinational settings, including theperforming academic and operational flying training tactics for of survival and success requirements involvedover 25 years. The workshop will investigate the courses whichthe organisation runs and their resulting benefits and how this Attendance of this workshop will enable you to: Workshop led by: Lieutenant colonel Edward Schindler,might be achieved with a correspondent European body: • Improve tactical and operational training for airlift assets Director of Operations, Advanced Airlift Tactics Training Centre• Air Crew Course – Expert scenario based training regiment through focused and multi-faceted programmes (AATTC), US Air force conference Day One: September 28th 2011 Enabling efficient, effective and affordable airlift capability08.30 coffee and registration www.milairlift.com effective or does it create rather than solve problems?09.00 chairman’s welcome and introductory comments • Can operations succeed without direct ownership of platforms or are Group Captain Ian Shields (Ret’d), Royal Air Force organizations such as HAW or EATC the future?09.10 KEyNOTE BRIEfING – UK fOcUS Wing Commander Jeremy Porter, Deputy Director, Movement Coordination Centre Europe How well equipped is the Royal Air force to fulfil modern air power demands in the face of global military operations? 12.50 Networking Lunch A senior representative of the RAF will address the work currently being undertaken 14.00 Heavy Airlift wing: multinational Airlift cooperation in action by 2 Group, also referred to as the Air Combat Support Group. 2 Group is The Heavy Airlift Wing (HAW) was formed as part of the NATO Strategic Airlift responsible for all Strategic and Tactical Airlift as well as air-to-air refuelling (AAR). programme. 12 partner nations operate 3 C-17 globemaster strategic airlift • Introducing the current airlift and AAR capabilities of the Royal Air Force. craft and have supported operational and humanitarian missions across • Analysing the current challenges stemming form the increasingly Europe and Iraq and Afghanistan. international nature of today’s military operations. • Strategic Airlift Capability Overview – studying the operational reality of this • Discussing the impact which will be made by the new airlift and AAR groundbreaking multinational operation. platforms A400m and Voyager (FSTA). • Explaining the leadership structure Air Commodore John Ager, Air Officer Air Mobility, HQ 2 Group, Royal Air Force • Mission planning – how do differing national priorities interact?09.50 UK fOcUS • Activation activities update – 2 years after it’s creation how has the Royal Air force 99th Squadron – A case Study Investigating the work organisational structure adapted in real life conditions? of the UK’s major Strategic Airlift Unit • Initial Operations feedback from missions: • Describing the important role of 99th Squadron in supporting the British • Military commitments in Iraq and Afghanistan. Joint Rapid Reaction Force (JRRF), by enabling swift tactical airlift of crucial • Humanitarian mission across three continents. British military forces • Future growth – will added aircraft purchases be a financial possibility? • Discerning the fundamental role which 99th Squadron plays in enabling the Colonel Keith P. Boone, Commander (incoming), Heavy Airlift Wing, air link to allied forces in Afghanistan, making continued operations possible United States Air Force • An assessment of the C-17A aircraft run by 99th Squadron: 14.40 EmBRAER Kc-390: Redefining medium-Lift • What are the comparative merits of owning the aircraft compared with • Investigating the current programme status. initial loan period? • Explaining the operational capabilities of the KC-390. • What are the major areas of capability strength offered by the C-17 and • Technical and logistical highlights. how has this been reflected in operation? Paulo Gastão Silva, Vice-President, KC-390 Programme, Embraer • Future plans for the C-17 fleet i.e. additional platform purchases/ Defense and Security equipment requisition 15.10 Networking coffee Break Wing Commander David Manning, OC 99th Squadron, Royal Air Force 15.50 Organisation for Joint Armament cooperation (OccAR) – Progress10.30 Networking coffee Break update on current projects including A400m11.00 Satcom Direct – Putting Sattelite communications to work on your Aircraft OCCAR is a European intergovernmental organisation comprising of 7 partner • Introducing capabilities in Use Today to Meet Cockpit, Cabin and Mission nations which manage collaborative armament programmes. OCCAR is Requirements managing the A400m project. • Guiding you in the process to Optimise Your Capabilities • Explaining programme collaboration through OCCAR and the lessons which • Analysing what the Future Holds have been learnt. Scott Hamilton, Vice-President for Business Development, SatCom Direct • Studying the history and current status of the programme.11.30 European Air Transport command (EATc) – The foundation for Evaluating the now imminent introduction of the A400M into service. multinational airlift operations in Europe. Juan Tutor, Section leader, A400m Programme, OCCAR The EATC is an organisation made up of France, Germany, Holland and 16.30 USAf 100th Refuelling wing – America’s European Refuelling force Belgium. The EATC has a fleet of over 170 aircraft ranging from smaller • Depicting the current operations using the KC-135 platform to establish the platforms to C-130s, which are operated from a central command. vital link in establishing global US air power. • Outlining the make up of the EATC fleet and the benefits of combining • 100th Refuelling Wings work to aid the growth of interoperable allied resources to achieve air power. refuelling missions and the challenges which are being faced. • Examining initiatives, in the first year of active operation, to increase • Looking forwards to the introduction of the Boeing 767 replacement and the efficiency and organisation across the combined fleet. benefits the next generation of tanker technology which it will bring: • Analysing the future growth of the organisation • Rapid refuelling • New platforms such as the A400m - increasing capability of the EATC • Multiple refuelling • New member nations – what is the likely timeline for other European • Greater fuel capacity nations to join the initiative? Colonel Joseph Demarco, Commander, 100th Refuelling Wing, United Brigadier General Alain Rousseau, Chief of staff/Deputy Commander, States Air Force European Air Transport Command 17.10 Alenia Aeronautica – c-27J Spartan: medium Lift Transport Overview12.10 movement coordination centre Europe (mccE) – coordinating the • Investigating the current programme status. shared use of multinational strategic transport. • Explaining the operational capabilities of the C-27J Spartan. The MCCE was created in 2007 through the combination of the European Airlift • Technical and logistical highlights. Centre and the Sealift Coordination Cell. The MCCE is an organization of 25 Massimo Ghione, Business Development Manager, Alenia Aeronautica partner nations which is tasked to coordinate and streamline airlift and AAR activities. 17.30 chairman’s comments • ATARES – Airlift and AAR exchange of services – a non-monetary exchange of services amongst partner nations. Post- conference Drinks reception • Operational effect since formation – has non-monetary exchange proved hosted by Alenia Aeronautica REGISTER ONLINE AT www.mILAIRLIfT.cOm OR cONTAcT US AT +44 (0)20 7368 9300 OR DEfENcE@IQPc.cO.UK
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Join the community: www.defenceiq.com/join.cfm MoD conference Day Two: September 29th 2011 08.30 coffee and registration www.milairlift.com 13.30 PANEL DIScUSSION Debating the past, present and future of military Airlift: 09.00 chairman’s welcome and introductory comments • Are multinational airlift organisations the future of Military Airlift in these 09.10 Training focus: The french Air force Air Transport and Helicopter command budgetary challenging times? • Investigating the differing streams of training which the command is • Will the current trend of multi-role platforms such as MRTT’s increase or is currently involved in for the C-160, C-130 and CASA 225 platforms. there still a case to be made for separate role platforms that fulfil all needs? • Studying the current operational commitments of the French Air Force in • Can cheaper rotary wing airlift platforms fulfil the same roles as more Afghanistan and the effect this is having on training requirements and execution. expensive fixed wing tactical airlifters? • Studying the increased role of tactical airdrop and the training which is • What have ongoing operational commitments such as Afghanistan and required in order to achieve this capability. Libya shown in terms of the strength and weaknesses of current Lieutenant Colonel Eric Le-Bras, SO1 Air Transport and Helicopter international airlift and AAR capabilities? Command, French Air Force 14.10 European Defence Agency: efforts to achieve European Airlift 09.50 Heavy Rotary wing Airlift – chinook cH-47f’s to act as mission ready capabilities through shared allied capabilities, including AAR tactical airlifters - Program Executive Office Aviation (PEO Aviation) The European Air Transport Fleet (EATF) is a partnership which was started in The PEO Aviation office is part of the US Army which is responsible for the 2008, aiming to create a network between willing national and multinational project lifecycle, systems integration testing, deployment and logistics. entities dealing with air transport. • Progress of the undertaking to produce 452 new build and retrofitted • Investigating a project which has been conceived in order to achieve CH-47F platforms. European Airlift synergy. • Discussing the comparative applications of rotary or fixed wing tactical airlift • How in the larger framework of airlift capabilities EDA is working on an AAR platforms. action plan to alleviate the existing shortfall. • Explanation of the CH-47F modernisation programme which is introducing a • Illustrating the initiatives being undertaken to bridge the perceived airlift broad range of modern systems in order to achieve a strong tactical airlift capability shortfall: capability: • Purchase of additional platforms. • Digital cockpit systems • Implement methods to achieve more efficient use of existing platforms. • Common aviation architecture Laurent Donnet, Deployability Officer, European Defence Agency • Advanced cargo handling systems 14.50 Networking coffee Break Thomas E. Neupert, Director, Cargo Sustainment, Cargo Helicopter PMO, US Army 15.20 The European Air Group: fostering interoperable air power practices The European Air Group is a partnership of seven nations created in 1995 10.30 Networking coffee Break which works together to stimulate change to collectively enhance tactical 11.00 The Allied movement coordination centre (Amcc) – Supporting capabilities of the Group’s air forces through better cooperation current NATO strategic airlift operations • Addressing the formation of the European Air Group: The AMCC is the NATO SHAPE agency responsible for the coordination of • Ground breaking pan-European multinational effort. NATO strategic movements. • Laying the ground work for future bodies such as the MCCE and EATC. • Introducing AMCC: Structure, organisation and capabilities. • Analysing past initiatives to foster improved air power and thus airlift • Current operations in Afghanistan and Libya capability such as DMAW. • Discussing the future of the AMCC as an organisation including the • Looking forwards to VOLCANEX 2012: increasing work with other multinational airlift bodies. • In times of reduced military budgets does the desire/capability exist to Colonel Jennifer Thompson, Chief, Allied Movement Coordination Centre engage in costly shared exercises? (AMCC), NATO SHAPE Lieutenant Colonel Utz Hennig, Air Operations Ground Area Director, European Air Group 11.40 NATO Airlift management Agency (NAmA): NATO’s Approach to Acquire Aircraft for NATO & Partner Nations 16.00 Advanced Airlift Tactics Training centre (AATTc): fostering and NAMA is the execution agency of the NATO Airlift Management Organisation Implementing the next generation of airlift TTP’s created in October 2008. Its major role is to support NATO Strategic Airlift The AATTC was created in 1984, its aim to provide cutting edge academic and Capability (SAC) and in particular the Heavy Airlift Wing. operational combat flying training tactics to airlift crews in the USAF, US armed • Introducing NAMA, both its early establishment and present structure. forces as a whole and also Allied nations. • Explaining the governance, role and responsibility of NAMA and other key • Introduction to the AATTC, its history, structure and operation. players. • Study the current training programmes currently on offer at the AATTC and • Analysing the key relationships which have been developed, in particular consider the improvements they could effect on your everyday work. with the SAC Heavy Airlift Wing. • Summarising the 2011 Air Mobility Command’s Precision Airdrop • Predicting the potential areas of future activity and specific requisition which Symposium and lessons learnt. NAMA aims to become involved in. Lieutenant Colonel Edward Schindler, Director of Operations, AATTC, • Predicting the impact of NATO Agency Reform on the SAC Programme. United States Air Force Gunnar Borch, General Manager, NATO Airlift Management Agency 16.40 chairman’s closing Statements 12.20 Networking Lunch 17.00 closed conferenceSponsorship Opportunities | Three easy ways to get involved Private sector professionals. 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  4. 4. military Airlift 2011 Sponsors www.milairlift.com Alenia Aeronautica Alenia Aeronautica is the global player which leads the Finmeccanica aeronautics business by continuously increasing its ability to design, build, integrate and support complex systems for both commercial and defense markets worldwide. It controls Alenia Aermacchi, the world leader in training aircraft, whose M-346 is today the only aircraft designed to meet the training needs of pilots of 4th and 5th generation combat aircraft. The Alenia Aeronautica product portfolio includes proprietary products like the C-27J, the only true modern tactical airlifter available today worldwide, and the ATR42MP and ATR72ASW, special mission aircraft developed for maritime patrol roles. The company has key roles in world-class programs like Eurofighter Typhoon, the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter and the Neuron European UCAV demonstrator. It also plays leading roles in commercial aircraft, designing and building advanced aerostructures for state of the art airliners including the Airbus A380, Boeing 787 Dreamliner and the latest Bombardier CSeries. In an equal-share joint venture with EADS, Alenia Aeronautica owns ATR, which dominates the regional turboprop market. With the Russian company Sukhoi it is developing and marketing the Superjet 100, the most advanced and environmentally friendly regional jet available on the market. Alenia Aeronautica also controls Alenia North America, Alenia Hellas, Alenia SIA and SuperJet International. Its other international joint ventures and consortia include Eurofighter and GMAS in the USA. Embraer Defense And Security Embraer Defense and Security holds a strong share of the defense and security markets where it is involved. It plays a strategic role in Brazil’s defense system, and has supplied over 70% of the Brazilian Air Force (FAB) fleet. The Company’s ample portfolio includes the Super Tucano – an advanced pilot training and light attack turboprop; the Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR) family of jets; tailored solutions for commercial and executive jets for transporting government officials; the KC-390 military transport aircraft, under development; modernization of the aircraft of the Brazilian Armed Forces; and training and operations support systems (TOSS). At the present time, there are more than 30 defense forces, worldwide, that operate with Embraer products and systems. In recent years, the Company has significantly invested in state-of-the-art technologies for the defense sector, not only with regard to aircraft and onboard systems, but also to integrated solutions for other applications, such as Command, Control, Communications, Computers, and Intelligence (C4I). Lufthansa Technik The Lufthansa Technik Group, with more than 30 subsidiaries and about 26,000 employees worldwide, is one of the leading manufacturer-independent providers of services for the aviation industry. Lufthansa Technik is licensed internationally as a repair, production and development enterprise. The Group’s portfolio encompasses the entire spectrum of services in the areas of maintenance, repair, overhaul, modification and conversion, engines and components. Drawing on many years’ experience at equipping large VIP aircraft for private customers and carrying out complex modification programs, Lufthansa Technik offers integrated products and is able to cover the complete process chain of the MRO business. As well as technical support for flying operations, it also offers financial services, training courses which can be delivered all over the world and the development and manufacture of high-tech products, especially in the area of cabin management. Lufthansa Technik - Efficiency for special planes Satcom Direct Satcom Direct is the leading innovator of satellite voice, fax and broadband data service solutions for Business, Military, Government and Heads of State aircraft that demand secure and reliable global communications. Our extensive product portfolio includes: Inmarsat’s SwiftBroadband, Swift 64 and Classic Voice; Iridium Aero Services; and ViaSat’s Yonder Ku-band Mobile Broadband. In addition our primary product, Global One Number, is an advanced connection service for aeronautical, maritime, and land mobile applications that make satellite communications as reliable and simple to use as ground-based telephones. Satcom Direct’s innovative technologies also include Aero V, Aero X, FlightDeck Freedom, OneView, Plane Simple, SD Flight Tracker and Satcom OnSite.REGISTER ONLINE AT www.mILAIRLIfT.cOm OR cONTAcT US AT +44 (0)20 7368 9300 OR DEfENcE@IQPc.cO.UK
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