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Taking pace in London on the 17th & 18th May 2011, the Air Land Integration and Joint Fire Support Conference annually brings together between 80 and 100 participants made up of individuals from NATO Militaries responsible for guiding developments in A/LI and J-Fires doctrine, TTPs, training and technology as well as representation from leading international capability providers.

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  1. 1. Register and Pay by 4th March 2011 and save up to £250! Presents the 3rd AnnuAl AIR/LAnd InTEgRATIon & JoInT FIRE SUPPoRT 17th & 18th May 2011 | Pre Event Workshop: 16th May 2011 | America Square Conference Centre, London ORT • AIR InCREASIng InFoRMATIon ExChAngE To PP /LA SU N D E R CooRdInATE FIRES And bATTLEFIELd ASSETS IN General/Flag I TF TE O cers 1* ATION & JOIN GR and above ATION & JOIN go for FREE GR TE T FI IN R D E SU PP AN ORT • AIR/L highlights of this year’s conference include: t Presentation from Commander Royal Artillery t Evaluation of the current status of live and simulated of the 1st Division, British Army on the large scale training and accreditation initiatives for joint Exercise ‘Flying Rhino’, which will address how operations including details from the RAF’s effective Joint Fires training on a multi-na tional Distributed Synthetic Air Land Training (DSALT) scale can be designed and successfully executed to facility, JAPCC’s Combat Air Branch and the US Marine ensure preparedness for combat Corps Marine Aviation Weapons & Tactics Squadron t Recommendations and analysis from the UK t Analysis of how Joint Planning, Synchronised MoD’s Department for Joint Capabilities and Execution and Common CIS Infrastructure the USAF’s Joint Fires Integration and Development are improving multinational Interope rability Team into how tactical Joint Fire coordination and integration of Fire Support with Support iscurrently being developed and delivered insight from NATO HQ Allied Rapid Reaction Corps and the Canadian Air/Land Integration Cell 2011 International Speaker Faculty our Major david Jones, OC Colonel (RET) d. Matthew brigadier dickie haldenby, Lieutenant Colonel Patrik neuenswander, Director, Thomé, Deputy Joint Effects Canadian Air Land Commander Royal Artillery Integration Cell, Canadian Operating Locations Team, 1st Armoured Division, Director, J3 Operations, LeMay Center for Doctrine Nordic Battle Group Land Force Doctrine and British Army Training Systems Development and Education Colonel Paolo briancesco, Lieutenant Colonel Stuart Fort Leavenworth, USAF gray, SO, Joint Air/Land Major dennis nuppenau, Head Office Tactics, Italian Head of Fire Support Branch, Lieutenant Colonel Tony Air Force Operational Organisation JALO, UK MoD Monetti (RET) (USAF), Former Danish Army Fire Support, Command Lieutenant Colonel Metello CIMIC & ISTAR Centre Chairman, Time Sensitive group Captain neale dewar, Pilati, ITAF, Combat Branch, Targeting Working Group, Joint Air Power Competence Captain Everett good, Rotary NATO (CONFeReNCe Deputy Head, Joint Fires and Wing Offensive Air Support Influence Branch, HQ Allied Center (JAPCC) ChAIRMAN) Specialist, Marine Aviation Rapid Reaction Corps, NATO Squadron Leader John Taylor, Weapons and Tactics Mr Chris Finn, Senior Air Wing Commander Andrew Air Battlespace Training Squadron, US Marine Corps Power Lecturer, Kings Jeffrey, Joint Strike 1, Joint Centre, Royal Air Force College London, Royal Air Captain Peter Rønning- Force College Cranwell Capability, UK MoD Major Jeffrey hughes, Lead Jensen, FAC/TACP, Danish Lieutenant Colonel Tom Joint Fires, Air Land Sea Battlegroup Lieutenant Colonel Eric Tyson, Kokes, Chief of Plans and Application Centre, US DoD Chief of Operations, JACI, Wo1 damon Mitchell, Master Fires Centre of Excellence, Strategy, Joint Fires Integration Major byron Sullivan, Air Gunner, School of Artillery, and Interoperability Team Officer Department Head, US Army New Zealand Army (JFIIT ), US Air Force Marine Aviation Weapons and Tactics Squadron, US “Air-Land Integration and Joint Fires Coordination Marine Corps continue to evolve rapidly through the experience of Pre Event Workshop : 13.00 – 16.00, 16th May 2011 current operations, and this DefenceIQ conference provides an excellent means to keep up with cutting- The Evolution of Synthetic and Live Joint Air/Land Training edge developments in these fields”. Led by: Lieutenant Colonel Tony Monetti (RET) (USAF), Former gRoUP CAPTAIn nEALE dEWAR, dEPUTy hEAd, JoInT FIRES And InFLUEnCE bRAnCh, hQ ARRC, nATo Chairman, Time Sensitive Targeting Working Group, NATO Media Partners Fax: +44 (0)20 7368 9301 Email: Tel: +44 (0)20 7368 9300
  2. 2. PRE EVEnT WoRKShoP: 16Th MAy 2011 www.airlandjointfires.com13.00 – 16.00The Evolution of Synthetic and Live Joint Air/Land Training: See website for further detailsLed by: Lieutenant Colonel Tony Monetti (RET) (USAF), Former Chairman, Time Sensitive Targeting Working Group, NATO “Very accommodating and well set up establishment. “This conference has reinforced my views on many of Very valuable. So many lessons were heard and the the current challenges facing ALI, specifically that all ability to meet and speak to other personnel from many countries are facing the same issues”. nations at the same event, you can’t beat it”. LT. CoL. E C gRACE, JACI, US ARMy dAMon MITChELL, nEW ZEALAnd ARMy ATTEndAnCE hISToRy FoR AIR/LAnd InTEgRATIon & JoInT FIRE SUPPoRTWho attended Air/Land Integration & Joint Fire Support 2010q 321 Special Tactics q FOI q NZ Army q Thales Squadron q HQ Land Warfare Centre q Rockwell Collins q Turkish Aerospaceq Canadian Land Force q Independent Consultant q Royal Netherlands Army Industries Inc. Doctrine and Training q Italian Air Force q Royal Norwegian Navy q US Air Force Systems Operational Command q Royal Regiment ofq Danish Fire Support Centre q NLD SF Regiment Canadian Artillery Schoolq EADS Defence & Security q Norwegian Maritime q Saab ABq Fire Support Training Special Forces (MJK) q Selex Galileo Centre RNLA q Norwegian Navy q Swedish Armed ForcesWho attended Air/Land Integration & Joint Fire Support 2009q Air Warfare Centre, UK MoD q Finnish Defence q NATO Headquarters q Swedish Defenceq Armscor Business (Pty) Ltd University q Przemyslowy Instytut Research Agency (FOI)q Australian Army q General Dynamics Telekomunikacji SA q Swedish FMVq Australian Defence Force q German Ministry of Defense q RAF Cranwell q Thales Groupq BAE Systems q Headquarters Army Air Corps q RAF High Wycombe q TNO Defence Security and (Operations) Ltd q HQ Air C2 Spt q RAF Waddington Safetyq Belgian Army q Joint Services Command q Royal Australian Air Force q U.S. Army Air Defenseq Boeing Defence UK Ltd. and Staff College q Royal Netherlands Army Artillery Schoolq Danish Army Special q Lockheed Martin UK q Selex Communications Ltd. q UK MoD Operations Forces q MINDEF q Singapore Armed Forcesq Defence Institute q MoD Netherlands q Slovenian Armed ForcesWho attended by country 2010 Who attended by country 2009t United Kingdom 22% t France 8% t United Kingdom 42% t South Africa 3%t Sweden 13% t Germany 5% t The Netherlands 20% t Sweden 3%t The Netherlands 13% t United States 3% t Singapore 7% t United States 3%t Canada 11% t Denmark 3% t Australia 5% t Belgium 2%t Norway 8% t New Zealand 3% t Germany 3% t Denmark 2%t Italy 8% t Turkey 3% t Poland 3% t Finland 2% t Slovenia 3% t France 2% Tel: +44 (0)20 7368 9300 Fax: +44 (0)20 7368 9301 Email:
  3. 3. dAy onE: TUESdAy 17Th MAy 2011 www.airlandjointfires.com08.30 Coffee & Registration r Examination of the preliminary test results on VBS2FIRES09.00 Chairman’s Welcome & Introductory Remarks and FACSIM products09.10 Exercise Flying Rhino: delivering operationally Relevant Joint Major dennis nuppenau, Joint Fires Chief, Danish Army Fire Fires Training in a Multinational Environment Support Centre & Captain Peter Rønning-Jensen, FAC/TACP, r Observations on the nature of Joint Fires Danish Battlegroup r Exploring the challenges of training for the fundamental 14.10 how the new Zealand Army are Coordinating Aerial Fire enabler of Joint Fires: Battlespace management Support to ground Forces to Achieve Joint Interdependence r Co-ordinating multi-national training exercises r Feedback from Excercise Willoh, which provided Joint r Designing and delivering effective Forward Air Controller Terminal Attack Controllers (JTAC) and Joint Fires Observer training to maximise preparedness for combat (JFO) personnel a unique opportunity to gain Close Air brigadier dickie haldenby, Commander Royal Artillery 1st Support (CAS) training with fast air assets Armoured Division, British Army r Defining the role and responsibilities of JTAC’s and JFO’s09.50 Analysis of how dJtCap are developing Capabilities and a r Live and simulated training initiatives for NZAF Joint operators Proposed Route Forward for Joint Fire Support in the UK r Update of the relevant equipment requirements and Through the Joint Strike Vision Paper delivery timescales r Outline of the role of the Directorate of Joint Capability Wo1 damon Mitchell, Master Gunner, School of Artillery, (DJtCap) within the UK MoD and their part in the New Zealand Army transformation process 14.50 Coffee break r Analysis of the ‘Joint Strike Vision Paper’ developed by 15.20 discover how Joint Planning, Synchronised Execution DJtCap as a ‘Joint’ roadmap to 2020 and Common CIS Infrastructure development are Improving r Discussion of the impact of the UK MoD’s revamped Multinational Coordination and Integration of Joint Fire Support governance for Joint Fires HQ Allied Rapid Reaction Corps is a multinational, NATO r Examination of the relationship between DJtCap and operational headquarters fully ready for rapid deployment Joint Air Land Organisation worldwide within five to thirty days, with dedicated and Wing Commander Andrew Jeffrey, Joint Strike 1, Joint integrated support to sustain and protect the headquarters Capability, UK MoD once deployed10.30 Coffee break r Examination of improvement procedures, structures and11.00 Examination of how the USMC are Training Aviators to training to coordinate Fires operate in the Total Threat Environment in Coordination r Insight into Air Land Integration improvement tools with ground Units including joint planning, synchronised execution and ‘Marine Aviation Weapons and Tactics Squadron One common CIS infrastructure (MAWTS-1) conducts training for aviation units, most r Analysis of wider targeting challenges such as precision, notably the Weapons and Tactics Instructor (WTI) course requirements for ISTAR and cultural disparity at Marine Corps Air Station Yuma’. This briefing will group Captain neale dewar, Deputy Head, Joint Fires and outline the core competencies developed on the WTI course: Influence Branch, HQ ARRC, NATO r Guidelines on managing a unit’s weapons and tactics 16.00 detailed Insight into how Multiservice Procedure for Calls for training programme Fire and a Format for Joint Air Strike Requests are Increasing the Effective Joint Application of Firepower r Performing classroom and flight instruction on various ALSA is a joint organization chartered by a Memorandum facets of the weapons system of Agreement under the authority of the Commanders, Army r Instruction on current enemy capability and tactics to Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC), USMC Combat counter enemy threats Development Command (MCCDC), Navy Warfare Development Captain Everett good, Rotary Wing Offensive Air Support Command (NWDC), and Headquarters for Doctrine Development Specialist & Major byron Sullivan, Air Officer Department and Education to rapidly respond to service interoperability issues Head, Marine Aviation Weapons and Tactics Squadron, r Examination of the 2011 Joint Application of Firepower publication published by the Air Land Sea Application US Marine Corps Centre intended primarily for use by members of battalion-11.40 The Role of JFIIT in Planning, Coordinating and Executing level combat units Tactical Joint Fires for the US dod to Ensure they are delivered r Information on procedure for calls for fire, a format for Effectively and Responsively joint air strike requests, a format for briefing aircrews who The Joint Fires Integration and Interoperability Team (JFIIT) provide close air support, structures of communication nets, and data on weapons is a subordinate, functional command of U.S. Joint Forces r Application of Joint Application of Firepower publication Command (USJFCOM), tasked with improving the integration, to the tactical operating forces of the Army, Marine interoperability, and effectiveness of Joint Fires Corps, Navy, and Air Force r Analysis of the work done by JFIIT to ensure effective Major Jeffrey hughes, JFIRE Lead, Air Land Sea Application and integrated target acquisition is standard practice Centre (US Marine Corps), US JFCOM across the forces 16.40 Structuring Air/Land Integration for the Future Character of Conflict r Latest developments on the JFIIT interoperable firing r Overview from the US Army’s Fires Centre of Excellence systems designed to make J-Fires quicker and less complex (FCoE) based at Fort Sill. FCoE is the US Army proponent r Insight into how JFIIT help to develop training procedures for Fires and Precision and the Army lead into the Joint applicable across the traditional disparate force structures Fire Support Executive Steering Committee. Lieutenant Colonel Tom Kokes, Joint Fires Integration and r Joint Fires Observers - Potential changes to future Interoperability Team (JFIIT), US Air Force structures and program of instruction.12.20 Lunch r Joint Air Ground Integration Cell (JAGIC)- Future changes13.30 Current and Future Training and operations of the danish in Airspace Joint Fire Support Centre r C2 enabled by the move of Air Support Operations Center r Insight into the training and operations of DJFC Tactical (ASOC) to Divisional HQ Air Control Party (TACP) and Forward Air Controller’s (FAC) Lieutenant Colonel Eric Tyson, Chief of Operations, JACI, Fires Centre of Excellence, US Army r Organisational fire-support restructure at Battery level 17.20 Chairman’s Summary & day one Close r Integration of SIMULATED and LIVE Firing training intiatives Tel: +44 (0)20 7368 9300 Fax: +44 (0)20 7368 9301 Email:
  4. 4. dAy TWo: WEdnESdAy 18Th MAy 2011 www.airlandjointfires.com08.30 Coffee & Registration r Developing and evolving the criteria used to accredit simulator systems to ensure smooth transition09.00 Chairman’s Welcome & Introductory Remarks r Managing the implementation of Simulator accredited FACs into the wider force structure09.10 Examination of how the UK’s Joint Air Land organisation r Integrating non-NATO nations in FAC/JTAC training are Tackling Structural, Procedural, Training, Cultural and Lieutenant Colonel Metello Pilati, ITAF, Combat Branch, doctrinal Challenges for Joint operations Joint Air Power Competence Center (JAPCC) r Understand the operational scenarios and fire support missions which currently employ UK deployed forces 14.10 Canadian Perspective on the Integration of ISR and r Breakdown and examination of the key challenges that Joint Fires are faced in Joint Ops: Structural, Procedural, Training, r How to ensure successful targeting for M777 howitzers Cultural and Doctrinal and precision joint fires r Understand how UK forces are overcoming the r Live and simulated training concepts for Canadian JTAC’s challenge of non-interoperable technologies r Canadian Armed Forces plans to retain the joint r Detail of the key UK organisations and their efforts operational knowledge gained in Afghanistan towards ‘Jointness’ Major david Jones, OC Canadian Air Land Integration Cell, Lieutenant Colonel Stuart gray, SO, Joint Air/Land Canadian Forces Organisation JALO, UK MoD 14.50 Coffee break09.50 Air/Land Integration & Joint Fires: An Italian Air Force operational Perspective 15.20 Integrating Information operations with Fires to Achieve r Insight and analysis of the ITAF operational efforts to Effects in an EU operation increase joint force collaboration and integration r Understanding the benefits of integrating InfoOps into r How have today’s operational commitments influenced joint ops targeting process Joint Fire procedures and tactics? r Combining kinetic and non-kinetic tools in battlespace Colonel Paolo briancesco, Head Office Tactics, Italian Air to achieve desired effects Force Operational Command r Changing multi force perception to allow the non- application of force to be the solution for changing will10.30 Coffee break of opponents r Results of live training of units: adopting a flexible use11.00 US Air Force Joint Airspace Control Issues of kinetic engagement in order to achieve traditionally r Key issues concerning current multiple key Joint/Service non-kinetic effects Airspace Control Doctrine Publications Lieutenant Colonel Patrik Thomé, Deputy Joint Effects r Insight into the Joint Air Ground Integration Cell (JAGIC) Director, J3 Operations, Nordic Battle Group an AF-Army effort to integrate airspace control and fires deconfliction over/within Ground Commander’s AO 16.00 Lessons Learned from Air-Land Integration – Case Studies r Breakdown of the Army Airspace Control from the 20th Century transformation including both people and equipment r In May 1940 the British Air Force in France comprised Colonel (R) d. Matthew neuenswander, Director, Operating the Advanced Air Striking Force and the Air Component Locations Team, LeMay Center for Doctrine Development of the BEF. Equipped mainly with obsolescent aircraft, and Education Fort Leavenworth, US Air Force and with outdated tactics, they were swept from France within two months11.40 Analysis of the benefits of the distributed Simulated Air/ Land r In June 1944 two Allied tactical air forces gave almost Training Process as a Pre – operational necessity for UK Forces unlimited support to the two Army Groups in the The Distributed Synthetic Air Land Training (DSALT) successful liberation of Europe. facility at RAF Waddington is designed to enable soldiers r Why were these cases so different, and what lessons to experience the complexities of controlling aircraft, should we really draw from them? artillery and other assets in a fast moving engagement Mr Chris Finn, Senior Air Power Lecturer, Kings College within a safe, simulated environment London, Royal Air Force College Cranwell r Explanation of the role of the DSALT Project used by all operational UK Joint Fires Cells pre-deployment since 2009 16.40 Chairmans Closing Address r Detail of the Air Battlespace Training Centre (ABTC) and Exercise Mountain Dragon r DSALT concept and development: Working with industry partners to assemble a synthetic universe to enable the best pre-operation training possible Squadron Leader John Taylor, Air Battlespace Training Centre, Royal Air Force12.20 Lunch13.30 Exploration of the neccesity for and Practicalities of Forward Air Controller Simulation Accreditation in nATo NATO JAPCC´s purpose is to foster and develop new ideas for the command, control and employment of air assets from all service branches and to facilitate appropriate measures to implement these ideas r Understanding why FAC Simulation accreditation is needed in NATOTel: +44 (0)20 7368 9300 Fax: +44 (0)20 7368 9301 Email:
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