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DTAR 2009

DEFENSE TECHNOLOGY & REQUIREMENTS 2010
February 17-18, 2010
Marriott Washington Metro Center
Washington, DC

Learn how the Army, Navy, Air Force and Marine Corps are defining defense requirements given the reality of conflicts in Afghanistan and Iraq and current National Security imperatives.

Defense leaders are continually assessing the military strategies required for the future — where the needs will be, how to defend and secure and what technologies and equipment will be required. This event will present a first-look analysis of the 2011 DoD program tradeoffs on:

  • Immediate and Near Term Defense Requirements
  • Technology Innovation that will Re-Define Capabilities and Requirements
  • Funding imperatives
  • Capitol Hill Perspectives

A must-attend event for defense companies working to secure military contracts!

Featuring

Ashton Carter
Under Secretary of Defense for
Acquisition, Technology & Logistics

VADM James Winnefeld
Joint Staff Director for Strategic Plans and Policy

Michèle A. Flournoy
Under Secretary of Defense for Policy
U.S. DoD

Robert F. Hale
U.S. Undersecretary of Defense (Comptroller)

Zachary J. Lemnios
Director of Defense and Engineering & CTO, Defense Dept.

  • Lt. Gen. David A. Deptula
    Deputy Chief of Staff for Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance
    US Air Force
  • Capt. Bob Dishman
    Program Manager, Broad Area Maritime Surveillance
    US Navy
  • Maj. Gen. David R. Heinz
    PEO, F-35 Lightning II Program
    US Marine Corps 
  • Rear Admiral William E. "Bill" Landay, III
    Program Executive Officer, Ships
  • Tim Owings
    Deputy Program Manager Unmanned Aircraft Systems
    US Army

Hear the latest program developments with regard to funding, requirements and timetables for:

  • Aegis Ballistic Missile Defense
  • Cyber-Security
  • Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV)
  • Counterinsurgent Ground Combat Vehicles
  • Joint Strike Fighter Development and Deployment Update
  • Tactical Aircraft
  • Intelligence, Reconnaissance & Surveillance (ISR)
  • Aerial Refueling Tankers
  • Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD)
  • Adapting America’s Forces to Irregular Warfare
  • Future Combat Systems
  • Brigade Combat Team Modernization Programs
  • Littoral Combat Ships

 What past attendees have said about DT&R:

 

"This forum is one of the most useful means for a small contractor to get a sense of DOD strategy to help us stay ahead of the curve."

- Glenn Harmon, Vice President, RJ Lee Group Inc.

"Extremely worthwhile event packed with senior-level speakers and a diverse set of perspectives", "Extremely professionally-handled event, with an excellent lineup and a uniquely strategic approach to the agenda.  Positively uncommon access to some of the most senior defense officials in the country."

- Chris Gouin, Manager, Strategic Planning, General Dynamics

"You gain valuable insight and guidance of DoD's strategic viewpoint and national security inclination from senior leadership without the filter of the press."

- Roudy Romulus, Economist, Defense Contract Management Agency

 

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who will attend
 
  • Defense Industry Executives
  • Department of Defense Contractors and Suppliers
  • Investment Community Leaders
  • Department of Defense Professionals
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Contact:
Ed Hazelwood
Editor-in-Chief Conferences
Phone: 202-383-2358
Fax: 202-318-7764
ed_hazelwood@aviationweek.com

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