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Defence IQ's 11th annual Military Flight Training event is the world’s only military-specific flight training event, providing the premier forum for the discussion of developments in fixed wing, multi-engine and rotary training with key international decision makers.

View the full agenda at www.MilitaryFlightTraining.com

Military Flight Training provides delegates with an unparalleled opportunity to improve their training capabilities by analysing and evaluating the success of integrated training systems. The event features keynote presentations from leading air forces from around the world, detailing different approaches to pilot and air crew training and determining best practice solutions to common problems.

Gathering decision makers and operators involved in the delivery of training to Air Forces, Navies and Armies from around the world, Military Flight Training has become the must-attend event to hear the latest developments in training and simulation, as well as to network with leading military and industry decision makers.

Don't miss the opportunity to participate in the interactive discussions with military and industry representatives on the future of joint and national training initiatives at this industry-leading event.

For more information or to register:

 Visit: www.MilitaryFlightTraining.com
 Email: defence@iqpc.co.uk
 Call: +44[0]20 7368 9737

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Military Flight Training Programme

  1. 1. The World’s Premier Forum For The Discussion of Military Flight Training Requirements, Capabilities & Innovations Request Your Free VIP Pass: General and Flag Officers 1 Star & Above Attend as a VIP guest! Presents the 11th AnnualOptimise Training for Future Fast Jet, Rotary and MultiEngine Pilots through the Procurement of Innovative & CostEffective Simulators & TrainersPre-Conference Focus Day: 13th March 2012 Excellent updates and overall pictures of worldwideMain Conference: 14th-15th March 2012 training needs and thoughts for the future.Venue: Radisson Blu Portman Hotel, London, UK Colonel Paolo Baldasso, Italian Air Force Exceptional International Speaker Faculty Includes: Brigadier General Timothy Ray, Brigadier General Silvano Frigerio, Deputy Commanding General, NATO Air Training Chief of Aerospace Plans and Policy, Italian Air Command - Afghanistan Force Brigadier General Mark Nowland, Director Brigadier General Atilla Darendeli, Plans, Programs and Policy- Air Education Training Chief of Air Training, Turkish Air Force Command, US Air Force Captain Andrew Hartigan, Programme Colonel Wolfgang Luttenberger, Deputy Manager, US Navy Director Military Aviation Division, Austrian MoD What’s New For 2012? Over Arching Theme Of LIVE Twitter Feed Text The Chairman Military Flight Training 2020+ Optimise the learning, sharing and Directly impact on the topics Participate in detailed discussions on networking found at Military Flight covered in panel discussions as well recent training achievements, focusing Training 2012 by presenting your as Question & Answer sessions to on how these can be utilised to push questions and opinions on the LIVE ensure the conference to get to the for increased flight training excellence Conference Twitter Feed. very heart of the topics you want to in the year 2020+. hear about most. Open Forum Roundtables Private Delegate Meeting Brand New Focus Day Strengthen your involvement in the Rooms Interact in targeted discussions on event by participating in innovative Utilise the onsite private meeting the topics that matter to you most roundtable discussions that give each rooms to ensure you obtain the by booking on to the Training and table the opportunity to present their highest level of discussion and Simulation for the 5th Generation thoughts to the whole delegation. networking at the event. Fighter Focus Day. Conference Sponsor Thought Leaders Exhibitor TACTICAL FLIGHT T R AININ G SYSTEM S REGISTER ONLINE AT WWW.MILITARYFLIGHTTRAINING.COM OR CONTACT US AT +44(0)20 7368 9737 OR DEFENCE@IQPC.CO.UK
  2. 2. 2 What Makes the 11th Annual Military Pre-Conference Focus Day: 13th March 2012 Main Conference: 14th-15th March 2012 Flight Training Your Must Attend Venue: Radisson Blu Portman Hotel, London, UK Event For 2012? Dear Colleague, 1. Participate in in-depth discussions regarding current and future requirements, capabilities and Are you interested in discovering how the innovations being implemented by leading military world’s leading Air Training Commands are decision makers developing their equipment and regime to 2. Strengthen the quality of your address reduce costs, whilst maintaining training book by entering into lengthy face–to–face excellence? networking sessions with international flight training decision makers If so, join like minded military and industry at Military 3. End-goal focussed discussions with military Flight Training 2012. The event provides an exclusive and industry decision makers to ensure the opportunity to meet with Commanders of Air Training sector continues to advance in the most effective and Programme Managers responsible for establishing manner requirements, future capabilities and technological 4. Hear over 30 presentations on the topics you developments necessary to reduce training gaps. told us you really need to ensure development in flight training towards the year 2020+ Military Flight Training 2012 is the world’s only military-specific flight training event, providing the premier 5. Analyse the latest methods of cost cutting forum for the discussion of developments in fixed wing, that still provide an exceptional level of training multi-engine and rotary training with key international excellence for your future pilots military decision makers. 6. Place considerable emphasis on G-Force Fuselages, 3D Training, Spatial Disorientation, and As you are aware,analysing the debate between the increased Network Integration when procuring innovative use of innovative simulation over live flight, the necessary simulators to combat the use of costly live flight regime and equipment developments to provide bespoke 7. Devise and develop innovative regimes 5th Generation fighter training and the implementation of designed to decrease the training gap for 5th military/industry collaboration to reduce training costs are Generation Fighter all key priorities for the future of your training command. 8. Strengthen your international training Military Flight Training 2012 will provide you with initiatives by hearing the latest advances from such the latest technological updates, crucial regime feedback coalitions as the ENJJPT and AEJPT and critical insight into other forces requirements to help you optimise your training capabilities. 9. Diverse Delegation, connect with over 150 Military Decision Makers responsible for fast jet, fixed For the first time this year’s conference will have an over- wing and rotary training, future requirements and arching theme of Military Flight Training 2020+. Benefit from current capabilities from leading and emerging militaries from across the globe analysis of how recent achievements can be utilised and advanced to push for increased flight training excellence in the year 2020. The event will also provide open forum roundtables, private delegate meeting rooms and delegate swap boxes to ensure each delegate profits from the vast “A good mix. Extremely valuable in reinforcing amount of training knowledge held by each delegate. thoughts on the way forward.” I very much hope that you will be to able join us in London Colonel Rama Iyer, South African Air Force for this prestigious event. Yours Sincerely, About Defence IQ: Defence IQ is an authoritative news source for high quality and exclusive commentary and analysis on global defence and military-related topics. Sourcing interviews Simon Wigfield and insights directly from senior military and industry professionals on air defence, Conference Director, Military Flight Training 2012 cyber warfare, armoured vehicles, naval defence, land defence and many more topics, Defence IQ is a unique multimedia platform to discuss and learn about the latest developments within the defence sector. So join over 45,000 defence professionals P.S. Early Registration Highly Recommended - today to claim your exclusive video interviews, podcasts, articles and whitepapers book now to take advantage of our early bird prices! that are updated on a daily basis at www.defenceiq.com - and all for free. Join the community: http://www.defenceiq.com/join.cfm Defence IQ Keep in Contact with Us! @defenceiq World Defense Community Defence IQ REGISTER ONLINE AT WWW.MILITARYFLIGHTTRAINING.COM OR CONTACT US AT +44(0)20 7368 9737 OR DEFENCE@IQPC.CO.UK
  3. 3. 3From Requirement to Capability: You Asked & We Delivered For 2012!Exceptional International Speaker Faculty: Introducing Our 2012 Keynote Speakers Air Vice Marshal Amit Aneja, Air HQ Training Command, Indian Air Force (pending final confirmation) Brigadier General Timothy Ray Brigadier General Atilla Darendeli, Chief of Air Training, Turkish Air Force Brigadier General Timothy M. Ray is the Commanding General, NATO Air Training Command Afghanistan, Brigadier General Mark Nowland, Director Plans, Programs and NATO Training Mission - Afghanistan/Combined Policy- Air Education Training Command, US Air Force Security Transition Command -Afghanistan and Commander, 438th Air Expeditionary Wing, Kabul, Brigadier General Stefan Rutkowski, Chief of Air Force Branches, Afghanistan. General Ray received his commission Polish Air Force from the U.S.Air Force Academy in 1985. He completed undergraduate pilot training and has held operational flying assignments in the T-38 Brigadier General Silvano Frigerio, Deputy Chief of Aerospace and B-52, serving as an instructor, evaluator pilot and squadron Plans and Policy, Italian Air Force commander. He has also flown the B-1 and commanded the 7th Bomb Brigadier General Timothy Ray, Commanding General, Wing at Dyess AFB, Texas. General Ray served with the U.S. Strategic NATO Air Training Command- Afghanistan Command as Deputy Chief of the Aircraft Team, and with U.S. Forces Korea as the Chief of Training, Readiness, Exercise and Non-combatant Brigadier General Werner Epper, Commander Flight Training Unit 31, Evacuation Operations Division. Prior to his current assignment, he Swiss Air Force (pending final confirmation) was Deputy Director of Air and Space Operations, Headquarters Air Combat Command, Langley AFB,Va. Brigadier General Morten Klever, Chairman of ENJJPT Steering Committee, NATO Brigadier General Silvano Frigerio Colonel Kris Dewilde, Chairman, AEJPT Brigadier General Silvano ”Fritz” FRIGERIO was born Captain Andrew Hartigan, Program Manager, US Navy in Lecco, Italy, on 3 November 1963. He attended the course “BOREA 4” at the Air Force Academy from Colonel Hans Peter Grathwol, Head of Army Aviation Centre, 1982 through 1986. On 2 March 1987 he obtained German Army his Military Pilot License flying MB339 aircraft at the Jet Aircraft School of Lecce. In 1988 he was Colonel Marc Bigaouette, Military Director, NATO Flying Training in Canada, Canadian Air Force assigned to the 5th Wing in Rimini where he covered the positions of Commander of the 244th Flight of the 102nd Flying Squadron and Colonel Wolfgang Luttenberger, Deputy Director Military Aviation Chief of the Training Section. In 1993, when the squadron’s F-104s Division, Austrian Ministry for Defence and Sports were replaced by Tornado aircraft, Brigadier General Frigerio moved with the 102nd Flying Squadron to Ghedi AB. With the rank of Lt.Col Colonel Peter Klement, Chief of Education Branch, German MoD he served as 102nd Squadron Operations OIC, Wing Operations OIC and Commander of the 102nd Flying Squadron from October 1999 Colonel Jukka Ahlberg, Commander Training Wing, through October 2000. From 1995 through the first six months of Finnish Air Force the year 2000 he participated in the NATO combat missions in the Balkans with 170 flying hours. On June 2003, already ranked Colonel, Lieutenant Colonel Ted Meeuwsen, Head of Aerospace Physiology, took up the position of Commander of the Courses at the Air Force Royal Netherlands Air Force Academy until September 2005 when he was designated as 6th Wing Commander at Ghedi AB. From September 2007 he has been assigned Lieutenant Colonel Eric Merck, Head of Aviation Simulation and to the Air Force Staff, Policy & Transformation Division. He has been Doctrine, French Army promoted Brigadier General in 2011. From June to October 2011 he served in NATO Operation Unified Protector in Libya, as Targeting Mr James Hooper, Head of Air Training, US Navy Directorate Chief. Brigadier General Frigerio is a pilot with over 2700 Colonel Rama Iyer, Director of Training, Education and Development, flying hours on ten different kinds of aircraft, including more than 2300 South African Air Force hours in F104 and IDS Tornado combat aircraft. Mr John Miller, Program Executive Officer for Agile Support, Aeronautical Systems Center, US Air Force Dr VS Chandra Sekhar, Program Director and Group Director Our Promise To You Simulation, DRDO Over the past 10 years Military Flight Training Mr Lan Cawthon, Chief, Modeling & Simulation Policy Division, has consistently delivered the highest quality of Directorate of Warfighting Systems Integration, US Air Force information learning and sharing found in any event of its kind across the world. Its ability to provide detailed Mr John Daniele, Deputy Customer Support Executive, PEO discussions on flight training requirements, capabilities Simulation Support Training, US Army and innovations ensures that each attendee leaves with a wealth of knowledge and a stack of business Mr Rudi Woodward, Air Combat Training System Program Manager, cards ready to develop their training regime or Air Combat Command, US Air Force product to the next level. Senior Officer, Program Manager- M-346, Italian Air Force Our customers recognise that Military Flight Training is the premier forum for this sector with many Mr. Mike McClendon, VP Customer Requirements, Elbit Systems of booking their delegate passes or sponsorship packages America for the following year onsite at the event. Captain Kenneth Ginader (Rtd.), Director, Business Development, TACTICAL FLIGHT Tactical Flight Training Systems, Environmental Tectonics Corporation T R AININ G SYSTEM S Each year the event evolves to cover the topics that our customers most need to know about. Our 2012 Mr Mark McGraw, Vice President, Training Systems & Services, event is certainly no different, and after celebrating The Boeing Company its 10th Anniversary in 2011, promises to grow even further into its second decade. Mr Christopher Barker, Director Defence Systems, Futura Simulations REGISTER AND PAY bY 23RD DECEMbER TO SAvE UP TO £400!
  4. 4. 4 Military Flight Training 2012 Pre-Conference Focus Day - 13 March 2012 TRAINING & SIMULATION FOR THE 5TH GENERATION FIGHTER 12.30 NETWORKING LUNCH As combat aircraft procurement actively progresses to 5th Generation 14.00 PROCURING SIMULATIONS FOR THE 5TH GENERATION Fighters, Senior Officers from the world’s leading air training commands are under a significant pressure to determine and procure the trainers and FIGHTER simulators required to ensure 5th Generation pilot excellence. • Acquiring G Force capable ‘Authentic Simulators’ to provide tactical flight environments designed to enhance physiological The 5th Generation Fighter Focus Day will provide military decision readiness makers and leading experts in simulation and trainers the perfect forum • Implement modular designed G- Force Tactical Simulator to to discuss current achievements, required developments and shared end goals. enable o A realistic simulation of the cockpit The implementation of a panel session will provide all participants the o Dynamic performance perfect opportunity to voice concerns, innovations and thoughts in a o Mission system interaction forum that promotes collaboration between all participants. The panel Mr John Daniele, Deputy Customer Support Executive, PEO session and high calibre presentations will provide the stepping stone to acquiring the most effective training system for 5th Generation Fighters. Simulation Support Training, US Army 9.00 COFFEE & REGISTRATION 14.30 MAXIMISE THE USE OF JOINT NETWORKED SIMULATION TO GUARANTEE EFFECTIVE TRAINING FOR MULTI 9.30 DEVELOP THE RIGHT PROCUREMENT APPROACH THAT FUNCTION OPERATIONS OF THE FUTURE PROVIDES A BALANCE BETWEEN THE COST CUTTING • Facilitate joint multi function training by coupling remote ASPECTS OF REFIT AND THE BESPOKE TRAINING simulation facilities into a distributed multi-side network CAPABILITIES OF NEW ACQUISITON configuration • Analysis of the return on investment found through • Optimise your networked simulators realistic radio implementing refit and new acquisition programs communications to allow cross nation, service, function • Maximise downloading training processes and procedures communication from more advanced phases • Strengthen simulator networks that provide increased • Optimise your 4th Generation aircraft’s current capabilities scalability and flexibility to give greater control over the type and future application to facilitate 5th Generation training of training provided o Avionics Colonel Wolfgang Luttenberger, Deputy Director o Sensors Military Aviation Division, Austrian MoD o Handling o Thrust 15.00 PANEL DISCUSSION: ESTABLISHING A 5TH GENERATION Mr John Miller, Program Executive Officer for Agile Support, TRAINING REGIME THAT WILL COMPLIMENT LEARNING Aeronautical Systems Center, US Air Force TECHNIQUES AND EQUIPMENT CAPABILITIES • Transform your training regimes to meet the learning 10.00 INNOVATIVE SIMULATION IN INDIA: HOW TO MEET requirements of the ‘information generation’ RAPIDLY DEVELOPING NEEDS • Develop the strategic and practical steps required to • Current capabilities offered by flight simulators guarantee an effective training schedule will be ready to • Areas for development implement when the first 5th Generation Fighter is delivered • Technological advances • Modify 4th Generation trainers with 5th Generation • Steps for 2020+ capabilities to generate an efficient and cost effective method Dr VS Chandra Sekhar, Program Director and Group of acquiring the required training equipment Director Simulation, ADE DRDO India Mr John Miller, Program Executive Officer for Agile Support, Aeronautical Systems Center US Air Force 10.30 COFFEE & NETWORKING BREAK (Pending Final Confirmation) Brigadier General Werner Epper, Commander Flight 11.00 PROFIT FROM A INSIGHT INTO THE INTEGRATION Training Unit 31, Swiss Air Force PROCESSES IMPLEMENTED BY THE ITALIAN AIR FORCE TO Brigadier General Tim Ray, Commander, NATO Air ENABLE SMOOTH TRANSITION FROM 4TH TO 5TH Training- Afghanistan GENERATION • Integrating stable and carefree handling characteristics into 15.30 COFFEE & NETWORKING BREAK your fast jet trainer • Implementing innovative cockpit displays 16.00 OPTIMISING SIMULATION TRAINING FOR DECISION • Optimise bespoke cockpit technology designed to train for MAKING AND MULTI-TASKING the latest 4th and 5th generation fighters • Intensive simulator regimes that can provide turnkey full Senior Officer, Program Manager- M-346, Italian Air Force motion, situational awareness and g-force training • Optimise a pilot’s ability to effectively transfer from simulation 11.30 PANEL DISCUSSION: DEVELOPING SIMULATORS TO PROVIDE to live flight by increasing the skills trained in simulators AN EFFECTIVE ALTERNATIVE TO LIVE FLIGHT • Execute effective training reinforcement through the use of an Colonel Wolfgang Luttenberger, Deputy Director innovative: Military Aviation Division, Austrian MoD o Computer Generated reproduction of simulator flight Mr John Daniele, Deputy Customer Support Executive, PEO o Back library of pre-recorded training manoeuvres Simulation Support Training, US Army o Active student participation Dr VS Chandra Sekhar, Program Director and Group o Flight optimisation analysis Director Simulation, ADE DRDO India Mr James Hooper, Head of Naval Air Training, US Navy 12.00 TRANSFORM YOUR TRAINING REGIME TO ALIGN WITH 5TH 16.30 REALISE THE THEORECTICAL PERSPECTIVES BEHIND GENERATION FIGHTER CAPABILITIES TO GUARANTE TRAINING FOR THE 5TH GENERATION TO PREPARE EFFECTIVE PILOT TRAINING YOURSELF FOR THE FUTURE OF FLIGHT TRAINING • Tailoring your training regime to compliment how the • Overview of current regime and equipment ‘information generation’ learn effectively • Determining the desired capabilities • Ensuring pilots can effectively and efficiently control 5th • Roadmap to 2020+ flight training for the Swiss Air Force Generation thrust vectoring and super manoeuvrability Brigadier General Werner Epper, Commander Flight • Optimising bespoke internal weapon bay training for 5th Training Unit 31, Swiss Air Force (Pending Final Confirmation) Generation pilots • Advance sensor fusion and automatic tracking system training 17.00 END OF FOCUS DAY to give pilots a superior view of the battlespace Brigadier General Morten Klever, Chairman of ENJJPT Steering Committee, NATO FOR MORE INFORMATION, CONTACT US DIRECTLY: DEFENCE@IQPC.CO.UK
  5. 5. Main Conference Agenda At-A-Glance 5Main Conference Day 1: Wednesday 14th March 2012 Main Conference Day 2: Thursday 15th March 201208.30 COFFEE & REGISTRATION 08.15 COFFEE & REGISTRATION09.00 CHAIRMAN’S OPENING ADDRESS 09.00 OPEN ROUNDTABLE FEEDBACK09.15 DETAILED INSIGHT INTO AIR TRAINING POST AFGHAN WAR Brigadier General Tim Ray, Commander, NATO Air Training - 09.30 EVALUTATE INDIA’S PLANS FOR A 5TH GENERATION TRAINING Afghanistan PROGRAMME Air Vice Marshal A. Aneja, HQ Training Command, Indian Air10.00 ALTERNATIVE APPROACH FOR ADVANCED PILOT AND TACTICAL Force (Pending final approval) FLIGHT TRAINING Captain Kenneth Ginader (Rtd.), Director, Business Development, Tactical Flight Training Systems, Environmental Tectonics Corporation 10.00 ASSURING TRAINING-SYSTEM OUTCOMES AND COSTS FOR MFT 2020+ Mr Christopher Barker, Director Defence Systems,10.30 IDENTIFY THE CAPABILITIES DERIVED FROM THE TURKISH AIR Futura Simulations FORCE’S RECENTLY ACQUIRED KT-1 TRAINER TO DETERMINE BEST PRACTICE ACQUISITION STRATEGIES Brigadier General Atilla Darendeli, Chief of Training Branch, 10.30 COFFEE & NETWORKING Turkish Air Force 11.00 OPTIMISE THE ACQUISITION OF TURNKEY PROVIDERS TO ENSURE11.00 COFFEE & NETWORKING BREAK YOU RECEIVE A BESPOKE TRAINING SYSTEM: POLISH AIR FORCE CASE STUDY11.30 5th GENERATION FIGHTERS: TIME FOR A QUANTUM LEAP IN PILOT Brigadier General Rutkowski, Chief of Air Force Branches, Polish TRAINING Mr. Mike McClendon, VP Customer Requirements, Elbit Systems of America Air Force12.00 TRANSFORM YOUR FAST JET TRAINER REQUIREMENTS THROUGH 11.30 OPTIMISING US NAVAL AVIATION TRAINING COSTS AN ANALYSIS OF PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE CAPABILITIES TO Captain Andrew Hartigan, Programme Manager, US Navy GUARANTEE A REDUCTION IN THE TRAINING GAP Brigadier General Silvano Frigerio, Deputy Chief of Air Training Policy, Italian Air Force 12.00 NEW TRAINING AND OPERTAIONAL PROCEDURES IN THE ROYAL NETHERLANDS AIR FORCE FLIGHT TRAINING12.30 OPTIMISING AIR COMBAT TRAINING SYSTEMS FOR 2020+ Lieutenant Colonel Ted Meeuwsen, Head of Physiological Training, Mr Rudi Woodward, Air Combat Training System Program Manager, Royal Netherlands Air Force Air Combat Command, US Air Force13.00 NETWORKING LUNCH 12.30 NETWORKING LUNCH STREAM A - TRAINERS 2020+ STREAM B - OUTSOURCING STREAM A - FUTURE SIMULATORS STREAM B - INTERNATIONAL TRAINING 2020+ TRAINING INITIATIVES14.00 GENERATING AN 14.00 OPTIMISE THE USE OF 14.00 ESTABLISHING THE ROLE 14.00 CRITICAL EVALUATION EFFECTIVE STRATEGY EFFECTIVE TRAINING OF SIMULATORS IN 2020+ OF THE DEVELOPMENT TO ENSURE 2020 TRAINER CENTRES TO COMBAT TO DETERMINE A SHARED OF A EUROTRAINER ADVANCEMENTS ARE KEPT LIMITED AIRSPACE AND END GOAL DESIGNED TO PROMOTE ON TIME AND ON BUDGET INEFFECTIVE EQUIPMENT Lieutenant Colonel Eric AEJPT/INDUSTRY Brigadier Mark Colonel Jukka Ahlberg, Air Merck, Head of Simulation, COLLABORATION Nowland, Director Plans, Force Training Command, French Army Colonel Kris Dewilde, AEJPT, Programs and Assessment, Finnish Air Force Belgium Air Force Air Education Training 14.30 ENSURING FULL- Command, US Air Force 14.30 ADVANCING ROLE OF UP DISTRUBUTED MISSION 14.30 EVALUATE NFTC’S MILITARY FLIGHT TRAINING OPERATIONS IN 2020+ PROPOSED UPGRADE OF14.30 TRAINING THE DIGITAL CENTRES IN THIS PERIOD OF Mr Lan Cawthon, Chief, IT’S TRAINING EQUIPMENT NATIVE GENERATION AUSTERITY TO PROVIDE Modeling & Simulation Policy AND REGIME TO DETERMINE Mr Mark McGraw, Vice GREATER COST EFFECTIVE Division, Directorate of THE VALUE OF PARTICIPATING President,Training Systems & FLIGHT TRAINING Warfighting Systems IN SUCH AN INITIATIVE Services, The Boeing Colonel Rama Iyer, Integration, US Air Force Colonel Marc Bigaouette, Company Director of Training, Education Military Director, NATO Flying and Development, South African 15.00 PANEL DISCUSSION: Training in Canada, Canadian15.00 PANEL DISCUSSION: Air Force DETERMINING THE STEPS Air Force HOW WILL INDUSTRY INDUSTRY NEED TO TAKE MEET AND PROVIDE THE 15.00 PANEL DISCUSSION: TO ENSURE SUPERIOR 15.00 PANEL DISCUSSION: OPTIMISE DESIRED REQUIREMENTS INDUSTRY OPERATED LEVEL OF SIMULATOR THE ROLE PLAYED BY AND CAPBAILITIES FOR A TRAINING CENTRES: THE TRAINING IN 2020+ INTERNATIONAL TRAINING 2020+ TRAINER FUTURE OF COST EFFECTIVE Lieutenant Colonel Eric INITIATIVES TO BENEFIT FROM Brigadier Mark HIGH LEVEL TRAINING Merck, Head of Simulation, A SUPERIOR LEVEL OF TRAINING Nowland, Director Plans, Colonel Jukka Ahlberg, Air French Army Brigadier General Morten Programs and Assessment, Force Training Command, Mr Lan Cawthon, Klever, ENJJPT Steering Air Education Training Finnish Air Force Chief, Modeling & Simulation Committee, NATO Command, US Air Force Colonel Rama Iyer, Policy Division, Directorate of Colonel Kris Dewilde, Brigadier General Director of Training, Education Warfighting Systems Chairman, AEJPT Silvano Frigerio, Deputy and Development, South Integration, US Air Force Colonel Marc Bigaouette, Chief of Training Policy, Italian African Air Force Dr VS Chandra Sekhar, Military Director, NATO Air Force Brigadier General Tim Program Director and Group Flying Training in Canada, Colonel Wolfgang Ray, Commander, NATO Air Director Simulation, ADE Canadian Air Force Luttenberger, Deputy Training – Afghanistan DRDO India Director Military Aviation Division, Austrian MoD 16.00 COFFEE & NETWORKING16.00 COFFEE & NETWORKING 16.30 PRIORITISE INNOVATIVE ROTARY TRAINER ACQUISITION TO PROFIT FROM THE BEST TRAINING FOR YOUR FUTURE ROTARY16.30 IMPROVING ACQUISITION AND OUTSOURCING TECHNIQUES AVIATORS TO MAXIMISE THE LEVEL OF PERFORMANCE ACHIEVED BY Colonel Hans Peter Grathwol, Director Helicopter Training Alliance, FUTURE PILOTS: GERMAN AIR FORCE APPROACH German Armed Forces Colonel Peter Klement, Chief of Education Branch, German MoD 17.00 CHAIRMAN’S CLOSING REMARKS17.00 OPEN ROUNDTABLES: OPTIMISING EQUIPMENT FOR 2020 TO PROFIT FROM EFFECTIVE AN EFFICIENT FLIGHT TRAINING Chairmen include: Brigadier General Atilla Darendeli, Turkish Air Force Colonel Wolfgang Luttenberger, Austrian MoD Lieutenant Colonel Eric Merck, French Army Captain Andrew Hartigan, US Navy Mr Lan Cawthon, US Air Force Colonel Hans Peter Grathwol, German Armed Force Brigadier Mark Nowland, US Air Force Dr. VS Chandra Sekhar, ADE DRDO India18.00 CHAIRMAN’S CLOSE vISIT THE WEbSITE DOWNLOAD CENTRE FOR ACCESS TO FREE ARTICLES, PODCASTS AND INTERvIEWS!
  6. 6. 10 How Can You Meet Your Marketing And Business Development Objectives At Military Flight Training 2012? Networking Branding Ensure that you have the Your company can be elevated to a position opportunity to engage with where they are seen as a market leader. In the key decision makers a fiercely competitive market you need to within your industry. We can ensure that your brand is differentiated create a platform for you to from the competition. Failure to create effectively interact with your a clear identity will see your organisation top customers and prospects in fade into the background. We ensure that the environment of your choice. we do everything we can to effectively This can range from formalised lift your brand before, during and after private meetings / workshops the event. Not only do we create a fully right through to less structured integrated marketing campaign, which networking events such as sponsored drinks receptions, coffee breaks or your company can be part of, but we lunches. Ultimately whatever you decide is the right forum; we will support also offer high impact premium branding you in your quest to advance relationships with the key people who can opportunities for example on bags, water bottles, pens lanyards etc. influence the future of your business. Thought Leadership Packages If you think that you should be viewed as a true industry Package Exhibition Associate Plenary Lead leader then your need to demonstrate your market Exhibition 4 4 4 4 knowledge and expertise through a thought leadership Exhibition Passes 4(2) 4 (2) 4 (2) 4 (3) (No entry to conference but does include lunch) opportunity, such as speaking or chairing. This is a highly Conference Delegate Passes 4 (1) 4 (2) 4 (3) unique opportunity for your company to educate the market, Branding At Conference 4 4 4 4 and as long as you are credible enough to fit into a high Pre Event Branding (Brochure) 4 4 4 4 level event programme, we can position your organisation Customised Mailing 4 4 4 4 alongside top customers and prospects in our speaker faculty. Wish List 4 4 4 4 As part of this speaker faculty your company will be set apart 30-40 Min Stream Speaking 4 4 4 from other industry attendees giving you the competitive 30-40 Min Plenary Speaking 4 4 edge required to make further strides in the market. 30-40 Focus Day Speaking 4 To the right is an example of some sample packages which are 1 Day Conference Chair 4 designed to be multi functional across the above objectives. Drink Reception 4 These are just examples because all of our sponsorship Site Visit POA packages are specifically designed to meet your company’s Workshop POA individual marketing and business development objectives. Dinner POA 8 Reasons why Military Flight Training 2012 can benefit you! 1. Generate new sales 3. Demonstrate thought 6. Positioning your 8. Brokering new business leads: Our event will bring leadership: Speaking on company brand: Being part partnerships: Currently there together the world’s key-decision the program will allow you to of this highly influential industry are huge opportunities to partner makers, all of whom have strong demonstrate your market knowledge event establishes your company as with some of the industry’s business reasons for attending the and expertise to an audience of high a strong brand and highlights your emerging innovative companies event. By exhibiting and presenting, level decision makers. company’s abilities and strengths. pass you by, take this opportunity you can impact on these buyers. Commitment to this event also By the very nature of the high 4. Enter new markets: demonstrates your capability as a to further inter-industry quality of delegate attendance, the Sponsorship is one of the most global player, and your willingness relationships. contacts generated will lead to effective ways to enter new markets. to do business in this market. very high conversion rates. It is a great opportunity to research and network whilst gaining exposure 7. Building relations with on 2. Launch new products to a new qualified database. the media: We have researched For more information or services: Use the event as the market in order to find the sponsoring or exhibiting a launch pad to promote your 5. Building customer most influential media partners. We at the 11th Annual ng latest products or system. With loyalty: Face-to-face contact at understand that opportunities for Military Flight Traini the most senior figures from conferences, and showing continued editorial coverage and developing conferenc e, please contact the industry in attendance, plus support of the market, helps develop better relations can be integral to carefully selected media partners client loyalty as well as cementing your companies’ success, so our Ri cha rd Br ook es at at the event, innovative new your position as an industry player. media partnerships offer additional +44 (0)207 368 9857 k technology will always generate benefit above and beyond the or spo ns or@ iqp c.c o.u a buzz. standard sponsorship package. Audience Snapshot 2011 Attendees by Country Primary Job Titles 2011 49% United Kingdom 3% Belgium 29% Air Force Officer 10% United States 3% Saudi Arabia 20% Instructor/Training Director 9% Canada 2% Sweden 15% Army Officer 4% Italy 2% France 20% Programme Manager 4% Switzerland 2% Austria 8% Plans & Policy 3% Germany 6% Other 8% Ministry/Department of Defence 3% Israel REGISTER ONLINE AT WWW.MILITARYFLIGHTTRAINING.COM OR CONTACT US AT +44(0)20 7368 9737 OR DEFENCE@IQPC.CO.UK
  7. 7. 11 Conference Venue: Radisson Blue Portman Hotel The Radisson Blu Portman Hotel is situated on Portman Square, in the heart of London’s fashionable West End, less than two minutes walk from Oxford Street.The hotel is five minutes from Paddington station with direct links to Heathrow Airport; the nearest tube stations are Marble Arch (Central Line), Bond Street (Jubilee Line) and Baker Street. The conference suite will be fully equipped with the high-quality technology required by the calibre of Military Flight Training 2012. The conference facilities offer natural daylight with floor to ceiling windows, individual climate control and complimentary high-speed wireless Internet access to provide you with the best environment for advanced learning, sharing and networking at the event. The hotel offers 272 attractive bedrooms in different design styles that allow guests to choose a decor to suit their mood. They can be found over 11 floors providing great views over London’s roof tops. Travel and accommodation are not included in the conference fee; however we have put together a Hotel Map that displays discounted accommodation for hotels in the area near to the Radisson 22 Portman Square Blu Portman Hotel.The map displays live availability and allows you to book directly with each hotel, London W1H7BG including the Radisson Blu Portman Hotel: http://www.HotelMap.com/M8PP2 United Kingdom Tel: +44 (0)20 7208 6000 Alternatively, if you would like to book your accommodation by phone, please call Daniel Spinner, Fax: +44 (0)20 7208 6001 our dedicated London concierge, on 020 7292 2335 (if outside UK +44 20 7292 2335) quoting Special Reference Code M8PP2. He will be happy to help you with your hotel booking and provide Website: www.radissonblu.co.uk/hotel-london assistance organising your time in London.2012 Sponsors & ExhibitorsConference Sponsor Elbit Systems is an international defense electronics company engaged in a wide range of programs throughout the world. The Company, which includes Elbit Systems and its subsidiaries, operates in the areas of aerospace, land and naval systems, command, control, communications, computers, intelligence surveillance and reconnaissance (“C4ISR”), unmanned aircraft systems (“UAS”), advanced electro-optics, electro-optic space systems, EW suites, airborne warning systems, ELINT systems, data links and military communications systems and radios. The Company also focuses on the upgrading of existing military platforms, developing new technologies for defense, homeland security and commercial aviation applications and providing a range of support services. For additional information, visit: www.elbitsystems.com. Since its inception in 1969, ETC has been committed to providing technologically innovative simulation, training and equipment solutions to governmentThought Leaders agencies, military installations, industry, emergency management organizations and academic/training institutions. ETC’s Aircrew Training Systems provides the most advanced simulation trainers to the aerospace community, supporting training and research efforts in the areas of high fidelity advanced pilot TACTICAL FLIGHT and tactical flight training, spatial disorientation, situational awareness, aircraft egress, night vision, upset recovery, high altitude and high G flight. ETC T R AININ G SYSTEM S owns and operates the National AeroSpace Training and Research (NASTAR) Center, the first FAA-approved suborbital and orbital flight training facility in the world. Futura enables defence organisations and military contractors to de-risk and justify transitional training programmes, by exploring alternative futures in the safety of a synthetic environment.. With Futura, programme managers can now foresee tomorrow’s effects of today’s actions, plan and play out alternative strategies – and gain informed agreement to decisions. Designed and developed specifically for Defence, Futura’s solutions have been road-tested over a decade by military commands, procurement organisations and commercial contractors. Examples are HQ Land Forces, RAF, UKMFTS IPT, UK Joint Helicopter Command, ARTD, HQ Land Forces, Royal Australian Navy, Thales and HP Enterprise Services. The results have been optimised future performance of training systems and transition programmes, lower programme risk, and proven reductions in cost. Boeing is the world’s largest aerospace company and leading manufacturer of commercial jetliners and defense, space and security systems. A top U.S. exporter, the company supports airlines and U.S. and allied government customers in more than 90 countries. Boeing products and tailored services include commercial and military aircraft, satellites, weapons, electronic and defense systems, launch systems, advanced information and communication systems, and performance-based logistics and training. Boeing is organized into two business units: Boeing Commercial Airplanes and Boeing Defense, Space & Security. Supporting these units are Boeing Capital Corporation, a global provider of financing solutions; the Shared Services Group, which provides a broad range of services to Boeing worldwide; and Boeing Engineering, Operations & Technology, which helps develop, acquire, apply and protect innovative technologies and processes. The field of activity of RUAG-Test-Flight-Pilots is versatile. It includes test flights of F/A-18, F-5, PC-7, PC-9, Super Puma, Cougar und EC-635 aircraft toExhibitors assure the quality standards after maintenance work or technical clarifications. In addition the displacement of aircraft and flyovers of damaged aircraft and the creation of manuals and technical bulletins as well as technical expertise after accidents are part of the scope. Furthermore, it includes the transport of pilots and other employees, as well as support in the field of air service or missions of the Swiss Air Force and the cooperation in various task forces. For further information visit us under http://www.ruag.com/en/Aviation Hawker Beechcraft Corporation is a world-leading manufacturer of business, special-mission, light attack and trainer aircraft – designing, manufacturing, marketing and supporting aviation products and services for businesses, governments and individuals worldwide. Our headquarters and major facilities are located in Wichita, Kansas, with operations in Salina, Kansas; Little Rock,Arkansas; Chester, England, U.K.; and Chihuahua, Mexico.We lead the industry with the largest number of factory-owned service centers and a global network of more than 100 factory-owned and authorized service centers. For more information, visit www.hawkerbeechcraft.com. Our Media Partners MoDwww.defense-update.com FOR MORE INFORMATION, CONTACT US DIRECTLY: DEFENCE@IQPC.CO.UK
  8. 8. 5 WAYS TO REGISTER TEL: 0800 652 2363 or Pre-Conference Focus Day: 13th March 2012 Main Conference: 14th-15th March 2012 +44 (0)20 7368 9737 Venue: Radisson Blu Portman Hotel, London, UK Fax: +44 (0)20 7368 9301 to speed registration, please provide the priority code located on the mailing label or in the box below. My registration code PDF Pdf PosT: your booking form to IQPC, 129 WIlton road, Please contact our database manager on +44(0) 207 368 9300 or database@iqpc.co.uk quoting the VICtorIa, london, registration code above to inform us of any changes or to remove your details. SW1V 1JZ EmaiL: defenCe@IQPC.Co.uk MIlITARY / goVeRnMenT / PUBlIC seCToR** WEB: WWW.MIlItarYflIGHttraInInG.CoM Book & Pay by 23rd Book & Pay by 20th Book & Pay by 17th 4 December 2011* January 2012* February 2012* standard Pricing main conference and Full £699 + VAT £799 + VAT £899 + VAT £999 + VAT Focus Day SAVE £300 SAVE £200 SAVE £100 Team DiscounTs* £499 + VAT £599 + VAT £699 + VAT £749 + VAT main conference only SAVE £250 SAVE £150 SAVE £50 IQPC recognises the value of learning in teams. Groups of 3 or more 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. InDUsTRY RATe Venue & accommoDaTion Book & Pay by 23rd Book & Pay by 20th Book & Pay by 17th 4 December 2011* January 2012* February 2012* standard Pricing Radisson Blu Portman Hotel main conference and Full £2,299 + VAT £2,399 + VAT £2,499 + VAT £2,699 + VAT 22 Portman Square Focus Day SAVE £400 SAVE £300 SAVE £200 London W1H 7BG Tel: +44 (0)20 7208 6000 £1,799 + VAT £1,899 + VAT £1,999 + VAT £2,099 + VAT Fax: +44 (0)20 7208 6001 main conference only Website: www.radissonblu.co.uk/ SAVE £300 SAVE £200 SAVE £100 hotel-london * to qualify for discounts, payment must be received with booking by the registration deadline. early booking discounts are not valid in conjunction Please see page 11 for venue and with any other offer. accommodation details ** Military & Government discounted rates apply to serving military officers, government and university personnel only. all serving flag officers 1 star and above are eligible for a complimentary delegate pass. 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