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7th Annual Joint Personnel Recovery Final Agenda

  1. 1. General/Flag Officers 1* and above go for FREE www.jointpersonnelrecovery.com Book & pay by 25 March 2011 and save UP TOFocused, Well Prepared and Effective JPR Operations £250Venue: Le Meridien Piccadilly, London, Pre Conference workshop: 27th June 2011Main Conference : 28th - 29th June 2011 Expert Speaker Panel Includes:Joint Personnel Recovery 2011 will give you theopportunity to: Wing Commander Gibbs, OC DSTO, Royal Air Force Major Bart Holewijn, Commander Royal Netherlands• Hear operational updates on current Personnel Recovery activity from SERE School, Royal Netherlands Air Force groups such as US Air Force, Royal Air Force and French Air Force Major Andreas Bunning, Head of Operational Test & with a particular focus on ISAF efforts in Afghanistan where the current Evaluation Team CH-53, DEU AAvn Combat Development trends and issues involved in Joint Personnel Recovery are at their most Division, German Armed Forces tangible. Three major areas of focus shall be; capability gaps, tactical Colonel Jace Sotomayor (ret’d), Senior Advisor to HAF/ alterations and organisational difficulties SG, US DoD• Learn of the latest policy planning developments from major JPR groups Lieutenant Colonel Wido Gerdsen(RNLAF), JAPCC NATO such as JPRA, DPMO, NATO and the EAG, focusing on the effort to Lieutenant Colonel Uwe Schleimer, JPR Group Director, achieve multinational interoperable Personnel Recovery operations European Air Group Major Tor Cavalli-Bjorkman, Personnel Recovery Officer,• Discuss differing approaches to JPR/SERE training from nations Swedish Armed Forcesh including USA, UK, and Sweden, focusing on the shift in nature of Lieutenant Colonel Sebastiano Franco, training to universal standards for all military branches in response to the changing character of CSAR operations Logistics Group Director, European Air Group Wade Chappell, Director, Personnel Recovery CenterPre Conference Workshop: 27th June 2011 Bogota, United States Embassy BogotaEscape from the CityA scenario based group-led workshop covering the planning andimplementation of SERE and JPR in the Urban EnvironmentWorkshop led by: Flt Lt Conrad Allen (RAF, ret’d), Managing Director ofUrban-SERE Ltd“JPR 2011 will give the opportunity to meet in an internationalforum with like-minded professionals to discuss the unique andever-evolving challenges of PR and CSAR. JPR 2011 will offer thevalue of creative thinking toward vexing problems and challenges “ Lieutenant Colonel Peter Gustavsson, CO Swedish SERE School, Swedish Armed Forces Paul Miller, Director Personnel Recovery Education and Training Center, Joint Personnel Recovery Agency, US DoD Senior Representative (tbc), Defence Prisoner of War/ Missing Personnel Office, US DoD Lieutenant Colonel Claude Schmitt, Wing Commander EH1/67 CSAR Squadron, French Air Force…as presented by highly skilled and experienced practitioners ofthe PR/CSAR mission.” Chairman: Flt Lt Conrad Allen (RAF, ret’d), ManagingDarrel Whitcomb, Col (ret) USAFR, PR/CSAR Historian, Consultant, and Author Director of Urban-SERE LtdSponsors Tel: +44 (0) 207 368 9300 FAX: +44 (0) 207 368 9301 Email: defence@iqpc.co.uk
  2. 2. www.jointpersonnelrecovery.comJoint Personnel Recovery 2011 brings together policy makers and practitioners from around the world to discuss thecritical issues in the community. From overviews of key platform and technology developments, better understandingof the evolving nature of PR operations, to the current threats being faced. The 5th Annual conference will focus on theissues essential to maintaining an efficient and effective Personnel Recovery capability. In 2010 we brought togetheran audience of more than 100 participants from more than 25 military and industry organizations and 15 nations. Ourdelegates are programme managers of operational and future platforms, individuals responsible for defining JointPersonnel Recovery capability as well as platform and system engineers. We also welcomed significant representationfrom leading capability providers and their partners.PRE -CONFERENCE WORKSHOP: 27TH June 2011, 14:00 – 17:30Escape from the CityA scenario-based group-led workshop specifically covering the planning and implementation of SERE and JPR in the Urban Environment.Following the successful workshop of JPR 2010, which sought to further develop understanding and highlight training shortfallsin both SERE and JPR for this unique environment, we are once again joined by Flight Lieutenant Conrad Allen (Ret’d) ManagingConsultant of Urban-SERE Ltd who will facilitate and steer this progressive and interactive workshop.Scene setting, through detailed presentations, will be followed by several scenarios, which will be examined both in isolation andconcert. In so doing, it is intended that attendees will be able to fully contribute at the limit of their understanding whilst still beingable to absorb other national, professional and personal concepts, understandings and ideas.This brainstorming should allow attendees to assimilate a more divergent approach to their current capabilities and doctrine, as wellas breed a future culture of development and progression.All attendees should expect to fully contribute regardless as to their current status, understanding or role within the SERE and JPRcommunity.Workshop facilitated by Flight Lieutenant (Ret’d) Conrad Allen, Managing Consultant, Urban SEREConrad Allen enlisted in the RAF straight from school in January 1987 serving initially on an RAF Mountain Rescue Team, duringwhich time he responded to many aircraft crashes as well as personnel recovery of military and civilian personnel in distress in theUK. In 1998 he was commissioned into the RAF Regiment and served operationally in Northern Ireland, the Falkland Islands, andconducted operations in Bosnia as part of EUFOR. His last tour of duty, before retiring, was as a SERE instructor with the DefenceSERE Training Organisation at RAF St. Mawgan where his particular skills were used to conduct a groundbreaking study into evasionin the urban environment. He has shaped UK policy and become the UK subject matter expert in Urban Evasion and Escape and iscurrently engaged with several government agencies in promoting and developing PR in this taxing and dynamic environment.Sponsorship Opportunities | Three easy ways to get involvedPrivate sector professionals. We provide the platform on which leading defence experts share their experience, knowledge and strategic thought1) Thought Leadership: With an expected audience of senior military customers and decision makers from across the globe, Defence IQ events enable youto build your reputation as a market-leader in your chosen domain through speaking sessions and subject-specific conference streams, workshops and focusdays2) Branding: We bring together buyers and suppliers in a tailored location with unbeatable facilities for onsite branding and exposure. Furthermore, ourdedicated marketing team can help you achieve your promotional aims in the months leading up to the conference with dedicated mailings to cover 50,000contacts 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 business relationships andachieve face to face contact that overcrowded tradeshows cannot deliver. Sponsorship opportunities range from exhibition stands 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 9500 or e-mail enquire@defenceiq.com Tel: +44 (0) 207 368 9300 FAX: +44 (0) 207 368 9301 Email: defence@iqpc.co.uk
  3. 3. DAY ONE: 28th June 201108.30 REGISTRATION08.50 CHAIRMAN’S ADDRESS AND OPENING REMARKS 13.30 JAPCC NATO: ENHANCING NATO PR INTEROPERABILITY Flt Lt Conrad Allen (RAF, ret’d), Managing Director of TO ACHIEVE EFFECTIVE OPERATIONS Urban-SERE Ltd > Using a shared information portal as a means of developing thought schools on PR09.00 JOINT PERSONNEL RECOVERY AGENCY (JPRA): THE > Addressing the current development of NATO policy “WHY” OF SHAPING AND APPLYING US PR POLICY doctrine and the effect that it will have with regards to > What have been the Strategic Impacts of PR for the US and ongoing PR operations other Nations over the past 60 years > Educating national forces about how greater interoperability > Developing professional development education can achieve enhanced efficiency and effectiveness, saving programmes to better prepare the operational commanders money and man hours of the future Lieutenant Colonel Wido Gerdsen(RNLAF), Personnel > The role of combining exercises, training, and education Recovery, JAPCC NATO as a component of preparing properly for the execution phase of JPR missions 14.10 TRAINING AND STANDARDISATION FOR EUROPEAN Paul Miller, Director Personnel Recovery Education and FORCES TASKED FOR PERSONNEL RECOVERY OPERATIONS Training Centre, Joint Personnel Recovery Agency, US DoD > Introducing the European Air Group (EAG) and its role in standardising training for the European Recovery Forces09.40 WHAT ARE THE CURRENT CHALLENGES FACED BY THE > Harmonising national Survival Evasion Rescue Escape UK DEFENCE SERE TRAINING ORGANISATION (DSTO) IN training events through international negotiation and PROVIDING EFFECTIVE SERE TRAINING? communication > Learning about the change in training practices that have > Summarising the results of the Combined Joint Personnel occurred as a result of the requirement for universal PR and Recovery standardisation course 2010. How successful was SERE training the objective of enabling greater operational cohesiveness > Exploring how the requirements in SERE/CSAR operations in future multi-national combat recovery missions? have changed and the way in which this has affected Lieutenant Colonel Uwe Schleimer, JPR Group Director, DSTO’s training regiment European Air Group > Envisioning the direction and ways in which SERE training is most likely to evolve in the future 14.50 AFTERNOON TEA & NETWORKING Major Tim Laws, OC Training Management Squadron DSTO, 15.20 INTEROPERABLE PERSONNEL RECOVERY OPERATIONS: Royal Air Force THE SWEDISH PERSPECTIVE > Discussing the operational structure of the Swedish10.20 COFFEE BREAK & NETWORKING Armed Forces personnel recovery units10.50 DEVELOPMENT OF TECHNOLOGY FOR JPR MISSION > How to solve a lack of trained PR staff personnel for NEEDS • Joint Work > Analysing medical modernisation initiatives currently being • Standardisation and delivery of courses pursued by the US Air Force > Personnel Recovery within the EU Nordic Battlegroup: > Explanation of ongoing field tests being undertaken in • Documentation • Training Afghanistan • Equipment • Assets > Feedback from discussions at JPR 2010 which directly • Concept of Operation resulting in an ongoing partnership with a US Air Force Major Tor Cavalli-Bjorkman, Personnel Recovery Officer, Rescue Unit Swedish Armed Forces Colonel Jace Sotomayor (ret’d), Senior Advisor to HAF/SG, 16.00 THE GERMAN APPROACH TOWARDS PERSONNEL US DoD RECOVERY WITHIN ISAF > Enhancing German AAvn PR capabilities, retrofitting legacy11.30 ROYAL NETHERLANDS FORCES: SERE TRAINING AND platform with modular equipment PR POLICY DEVELOPMENT > Discussing the pros and cons of retrofitting legacy platforms > Releasing the latest NATO PR policy doctrine to be used as against purchasing new platforms the roadmap for future development > Analysing how to meet operational demands of current > Royal Netherlands Air Force SERE school - developing an deployments under budget and time restraints integrated European SERE training policy -investigating > Studying future growth potential of modular mission equipment cooperation with the Belgian SERE School Major Andreas Bunning, Head of Operational Test & > Analysing how cooperative efforts between NATO allies can Evaluation Team, DEU AAvn Combat Development Division, achieve efficient and effective PR operations German Armed Forces Major Bart Holewijn, Commander Royal Netherlands SERE School, Royal Netherlands Air Force 16.40 CHAIRMAN’S SUMMARY AND CLOSING REMARKS12.10 NETWORKING LUNCH Tel: +44 (0) 207 368 9300 FAX: +44 (0) 207 368 9301 Email: defence@iqpc.co.uk
  4. 4. www.jointpersonnelrecovery.comDAY TWO: 29th June 201108.30 COFFEE AND REGISTRATION 12.10 NETWORKING LUNCH08.50 CHAIRMAN’S ADDRESS AND OPENING REMARKS 13.30 IMPROVING LOGISTICS IN PERSONNEL RECOVERY Flt Lt Conrad Allen (RAF, ret’d), Managing Director of OPERATIONS: INCREASING EFFECTIVENESS THROUGH Urban-SERE Ltd JOINT ExERCISES AND ADVANCED TECHNIQUES > How can organisation of platforms/equipment required for09.00 FRENCH AIR FORCE CSAR POLICY AND OPERATIONAL PR missions be made more effective UNITS: EVALUATING STRUCTURE AND PERFORMANCE > VOLCANEX: EAG sponsored exercise aimed at validating > Overview of the capabilities of the EC 725 (modern interoperability work carried out under auspices of EAG and platform) member nations > Use of the systems of the EC 725 in CSAR / PR mission > EAG MN FARP/Rapid Refuelling Concept from ground (Mission planning system) to the flight > Introducing the Multinational Team concept and the training > Lessons learnt from Afghanistan and especially in Military required to achieve this aim Operations Other Than War (MOOTW) Lieutenant Colonel Sebastiano Franco, Logistics Group Lieutenant Colonel Claude Schmitt/Lieutenant Colonel Director, European Air Group Fabrice Albrecht, Wing Commander EH1/67 CSAR Squadron, Helicopter SQN 1/67 “Pyrénées” Commander, French Air Force 14.10 PARADIGM LIFELINK SERVICE - NExT GENERATION LOCATION ALERT AND MESSAGING SERVICES09.40 US AIR FORCE 56TH RESCUE SQUADRON, RAF > Exploring how the LifeLink service can be deployed to LAKENHEATH: ANALYSING THE WORK OF A US UNIT remote areas outside of GSM communications coverage BASED IN AN ALLIED NATION > Analysing the value of LifeLink as an asset recovery > Discussing USAF Rescue Organization, HH-60G and (personnel or equipment) capability in the event of an Pararescuemen Capabilities emergency > Investigating Significant Rescue Operations, Current > Focusing upon the uses of LifeLink for Location Alert and Operations, and the future Messaging services > Documenting 56th Rescue’s training with UK and European Ian Hall, International Business Development Manager military and PR/CSAR Squadrons Paradigm Secure Communications Lieutenant Colonel Mark Ahrens, 56th Rescue Squadron, United States Air Force 14.30 AFTERNOON TEA AND NETWORKING10.20 COFFEE BREAK AND NETWORKING 15.00 DEVELOPING AND IMPLEMENTING NEW SERE/PR TTPS TO IMPROVE URBAN JPR CAPABILITY10.50 PERSONNEL RECOVERY IN A HOST NATION: UNDERSTANDING > What is the conventional thinking on urban SERE training AUTHORITIES AND BUILDING RELATIONSHIPS and why is there a need to develop a new mindset? > Analysing the differences between PR manoeuvres operating > Understanding the distinct challenges that the urban with unilateral authority such as ISAF in Afghanistan environment pose to the isolated personnel and the compared with those in a foreign national government extraction team structure in which sovereignty issues and diplomacy play a > Shaping new training programmes that ensure the far larger role challenge of urban personnel recovery is addressed > Understanding the changing nature of PR operation comprehensively in the near future responsibility, whereby Ambassadors rather than military > Obstacles to the development of urban focused SERE training commanders hold primary responsibility Flt Lt Conrad Allen (RAF, ret’d), Managing Director of > Investigating the development of a successful PR capability Urban-SERE Ltd within an embassy. Learn the factors and processes required in order to build an effective relationship with a host nation 15.40 EUROPEAN AIR GROUP APPROACH TO ACHIEVING Wade Chappell, Director, Personnel Recovery Center Bogota, ROBUST INTEROPERABLE PROCEDURES United States Embassy Bogota > Learning about the flexible global operation that spans from battlefield injury to national repatriation11.30 SWEDISH ARMED FORCES PERSONNEL RECOVERY: > Illustrating how standardisation can allow effective SERE TRAINING AS A CAPABILITY BUILDER operations across large distances and between different > Training JFC HQ and national HQ role in PR in multinational allied forces operations > Developing AEROMEDEVAC training opportunities in > Pre-deployment training and Individual training - The multinational environments Swedish way- introducing Swedish SERE A, B and C level Senior Representative, European Air Group > Swedish designated recovery units in Army, Air Force and Navy: Looking out for capabilities in the Swedish Armed 16.20 CHAIRMAN’S SUMMARY AND CLOSE OF CONFERENCE Forces in the biggest change since the Napoleonic wars Lieutenant Colonel Peter Gustavsson, CO Swedish SERE School, Swedish Armed ForcesMedia Partners MoD Tel: +44 (0) 207 368 9300 FAX: +44 (0) 207 368 9301 Email: defence@iqpc.co.uk
  5. 5. www.jointpersonnelrecovery.comJoint Personnel Recovery 2011 offers anunparalleled opportunity to interact with the leading policy makers and practitioners in the sector.Previous delegates of Joint Personnel Recovery• 56th Rescue Squadron, USAF • Canadian Forces Aerospace Warfare • International Special Training Center • Royal Australian Air Force• 71st Rescue Squadron, USAF • Centre • Jordanian Armed Forces • Royal Danish Air Force• Aerodata AG • Czech Armed Forces • JPRA • Royal Danish Navy• Agusta Westland • Czech Ministry of Defence • Lockheed Martin UKIS • Swedish Air Force• Air Force Operational Command • Defence SERE Training Organisation • Martin-Baker Aircraft Ltd. • Swedish Armed Forces• Airborn/Airtransportschool • DEU AAvn Combat Development • MINDEF • Swiss Air Force• Army Operational Command Denmark Division • NATO Airborne Early Warning and • Tadiran Spectralink Ltd / Elisra Group - CIS Branch • DSTL Control Force • TATE INC• Atlantic Inertial Systems • ESG Elektroniksystem-und Logistik- • NLD SERE School • UK JFACHQ• AusbZSpezlOp GmbH • NoDISS • UK MoD• Austrian Armed Forces • Eurocopter Deutschland GmbH • Norwegian Joint Headquarters • UKTI DSO• BMT Defence Services Ltd. • Federal Ministry for Defence • RAF Kinloss • United States Embassy Bogota• Boeing • FLIR Systems GmbH • RAND Corporation • US Coast Guard Activities Europe• BRH • German Air Force Staff • RNoAF Air Warfare Center• Bundeswehr • German Army • Rockwell Collins France• Canadian Forces • German Army Air Defence Force • Royal Air ForceAttendance by country About DefenceIQCountry Country Australia Italy Austria Jordan Canada Norway Defence IQ is host to a series Colombia Singapore of global events and runs an online community of Czech Republic Sweden military and private sector professionals. We provide the Denmark Switzerland platform on which leading defence experts share their France The Netherlands experience, knowledge and strategic thoughts. We are Germany United Kingdom dedicated to providing military personnel and the private Israel United States sector with strategic defence resources covering current defence issues. Join the community:Conference Sponsors www.defenceiq.com/join.cfmCubic Defense Applications – a leading provider of military training and communicationsproducts – serves U.S. and allied forces in 50 nations. In the area of communications, Cubicsupplies combat search-and-rescue avionics – including the next-generation AN/ARS-6(V) PLS– as well as tactical data links and surveillance receivers. The company also provides live airand ground combat training systems and support services. For more information, please visitwebsite: www.cubic.comParadigm Secure Communications (Paradigm) is responsible for providing secure militarysatellite communication (Milsatcom) services for military customers around the world.Through ownership and operation of the Skynet constellation of satellites, Paradigm providessecure X-band (SHF) and UHF satellite communication services. The Skynet 5 satellites arespecifically designed to meet the requirements of military users, with high-power, narrow-bandwidth transponders, active receive antenna and steerable spot beams, now extensivelyused by UK MoD, US DoD, NATO, Canada, Australia, Belgium, France, Germany, Netherlandsand Portugal. Each service can be uniquely tailored to satisfy the customer’s requirement.For more information, please visit our website www.paradigmsecure.com Tel: +44 (0) 207 368 9300 FAX: +44 (0) 207 368 9301 Email: defence@iqpc.co.uk
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