Magazine article National Defense

NDIA Even. (Calendar)

Magazine article National Defense

NDIA Even. (Calendar)

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MARCH 19-20, 2002 Navy Ballistic Missile Defense Conference

Event #2160

Arlington, VA

Regular Registration Fees:

Member $270

Non-Member $325

Government $205

Description: This event provides insights into the U.S. Navy's ballistic missile defense programs. The theme for this year-"Engineering the System for Deployment."-reflects the technical progress made to date and looks critically at the next steps to system capability. Formerly, the event was held at the Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Lab in Laurel, MD.

MARCH 19-21, 2002 Joint Undersea Warfare Technology Spring Conference

Event #2260

San Diego, CA

Regular Registration Fees:

Government/Academia $380

Member $595

Non-Member $630

Description: This year's Undersea Warfare Conference promises to be beneficial to both government and industry With topic areas focusing on undersea sensors and vehicles, aviation, C41, combat systems, and mine warfare, attendees will have a well-rounded conference experience. Also taking place will be a beach party by the water, which presents a perfect opportunity for networking. Come join us in March!

MARCH 21-22, 2002 Combat Vehicles Conference

Event #2620

Gaffey Hall, Fort Knox, KY

Registration fees to be determined.

Description: The rescheduled Combat Vehicle Conference will sharpen the focus of current investment initiatives advocated by the new administration and provide updates on executing transformation activities. The Secretary of the Army has been invited to present his view of the Army's Transformation thrust and wartime posture.

MARCH 25-27, 2002 Nan-Lethal Defense V

Event # 2420

Reston, VA

Registration fees to be determined.

Description: This conference is designed to enhance awareness of the need for non-lethal weapons, concepts, tactics, training and doctrine. It will address the full range of operations from peace support and humanitarian missions through the strategic implications these weapons systems provide.

MARCH 25-28, 2002 28th Environmental & Energy Symposium & Exhibition

Event # 2440

Charleston, SC

Regular Registration Rates:

Member $675

Non-Member $725

Government $450

Non-Member Allied $730

Description: NDIA, along with the Department of Defense and the Environmental Protection Agency, will conduct this forum for the exchange of technical information, funding and new ideas on environmental and energy issues, including government policy, regulations, programs and law. 120 exhibits on environmental and energy programs and 200 speakers dealing with terrorism, vulnerability, organizational responses and sustainability and their impact upon structures, daily operations and environmental and energy resources will be offered.

MARCH 25-28, 2002 Interoperability Conference

Event # 2120

Mesa, AZ

Regular Registration Rates:

Member $640

Non-Member $695

Government $550

Non-Member Allied $700

Description: This conference will help identify courses of action for the Department of Defense to address Interoperability issues, and provide a forum for the exchange of information and ideas among the Office of the Secretary of Defense, Navy, Marine Corps, U S Air Force, U S Army Joint Staff and Joint Forces Command, and Industry, regarding current and potential approaches to address these issues.

APRIL 3-4, 2002 TechTrends 2002 Conference & Exhibition

Event #2950

Baltimore, MD

Registration fees to be determined. …

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