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 492B – C4ISR Breakfast – Featuring Lieutenant General Jon M. Davis, USMC, Deputy Commander, United States Cyber Command 

492B – C4ISR Breakfast – Featuring Lieutenant General Jon M. Davis, USMC, Deputy Commander, United States Cyber Command 

Theme

Lieutenant General Jon M. Davis, USMC, Deputy Commander, United States Cyber Command

Event Number
492B

Event Date

12/5/2013
 to 12/5/2013

Event Location
Hyatt Regency Crystal City

Event Contact
Ms. Molly Holt at mholt@ndia.org or (703)247-2572

Introduction

The C4ISR Division is comprised of two committees: C4 and Intel. The focus of the two committees is on OSD and Defense Intelligence at the Operational and Tactical Levels as follows:

C4 Committee provides a forum for industry and government to address:
      -secure information sharing environment
      -trusted information networks and collaboration among those involved
      -information operations
      -joint network operations
      -data strategy and data movement architectures
      -enhanced knowledge management and decision support systems
      -actionable situation awareness

Intelligence Committee provides a forum for industry and government to address:
     -global awareness
     -persistent ISR
     -intelligence collection and analysis
     -MASINT programs and delivery systems
     -SIGINT and imagery (video) collection and dissemination
     -INTEL Fusion Centers
     -actionable intelligence

Speaker Biography

Lieutenant General Jon M. Davis, USMC assumed his current position as the Deputy Commander, United States Cyber Command in June 2012. Commissioned in May 1980 through the PLC Program, General Davis completed the Basic School in August 1980, and upon graduation, reported for flight training. Upon receiving his wings in September of 1982, he was selected to fly the AV-8A Harrier.

He reported to VMAT-203 in October 1982, completed Harrier training and reported to VMA-231 in 1983 where he deployed aboard the USS Inchon. In 1985, he transferred to VMAT-203 serving as an instructor pilot. In 1986, he attended the WTI course at MAWTS-1. In 1987, he transferred to VMA-223 serving as the “Bulldogs” WTI and operations officer. In 1988, he was selected to represent the Corps as an Exchange Officer with the Royal Air Force. After training in the United Kingdom, he deployed to Gutersloh, Germany for duty as a GR-5/7 attack pilot with 3(F) squadron. Upon return to the U.S. in 1991, he served as an instructor at MAWTS-1 in Yuma, AZ. In October 1998, he took command of VMA-223. During his tour, VMA-223 won the CNO Safety Award and the Sanderson Trophy two years in a row, and exceeded 40,000 hours of mishap free operations. After completing the Executive Helicopter Familiarization Course at HT-18 in Pensacola in 2003, he was assigned to MAWTS-1 where he served as Executive Officer and from 2004 to 2006 as Commanding Officer. From 2006 to 2008, he served as the Deputy Commander, Joint Functional Component Command -- Network Warfare at Fort Meade, Maryland. He commanded the mighty 2nd Marine Aircraft Wing from July 2010 to May 2012. 

His staff billets include a two year tour as a member of the 31st Commandant’s Staff Group, and two years as the Junior Military Assistant to the Deputy Secretary of Defense. In 2003, he served as an Assistant Operations Officer on the 3rd Marine Air Wing staff in Kuwait during Operation Iraqi Freedom. In 2004, he served in Iraq as the Officer in Charge of the 3d Marine Aircraft Red Team. He served as the Deputy Assistant Commandant for Aviation from 2008 to 2010.  In the course of his career he has flown over 4,500 mishap free hours in the AV-8 and in every type model series fixed, tilt-rotor and rotary winged aircraft in the USMC inventory.

General Davis graduated with honors from The Basic School and was a Distinguished Graduate of the Marine Corps Command and Staff College. He is a graduate of the Tactical Air Control Party Course, Amphibious Warfare School, Marine Aviation Weapons and Tactics Instructor Course (WTI), The School of Advanced Warfighting (SAW), and Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS). He holds a Bachelors of Science from Allegheny College, a Masters of Science from Marine Corps University and a Masters of International Public Policy from Johns Hopkins - with a concentration on East and Southeast Asian Affairs.

His personal decorations include the National Intelligence Distinguished Service Medal, the Defense Superior Service Medal (two awards), the Legion of Merit (two awards), Meritorious Service Medal (three awards), Navy Commendation (three awards) as well as other campaign and service awards.

Since 1981 he has been happily married to his wife, Carol.  They have two sons, Captain Jeff Davis, USMC and First Lieutenant Eric Davis, USMC, and one daughter-in-law Lieutenant Christine Davis, USN (Jeff's wife), and a granddaughter Elizabeth.

Agenda

7:00 AM - Registration & Breakfast
8:00 AM - Presentation by Lieutenant General Jon M. Davis, USMC
8:30 AM - Welcome & Announcements
8:35 AM - AT&L/CIO Update
8:40 AM - DUSD(I) Update
8:45 AM - C4 Committee Update
8:50 AM - ISR Committee Update
8:55 AM - Closing Remarks
9:00 AM - Adjourn

Location

Hyatt Regency Crystal City
2799 Jefferson Davis Hwy.
Arlington, VA 22202
(703) 413-6718
Room: Potomac 5/6

Metro Directions
The Hyatt Regency Crystal City is not accessible via the metro; however, a hotel shuttle will pick guests up every 15 minutes at the Crystal City Station, which is located on the blue or yellow line.

Registration

Registration has reached capacity and is now CLOSED. We may accept on-site registrations as space becomes available.

Registration fee: $75

REMINDERS
Please register with a complete and accurate e-mail address. You will receive an e-mailed confirmation as soon as your registration has been processed.

Payment must be made at the time of registration. Registrations will not be taken over the phone.

Please register with the correct form of payment. A $25 fee will be applied to those wishing to switch forms of payment.

Online registration will close at 5:00 PM EST on Monday, December 2, 2013. You must register onsite after this date.

CANCELLATION POLICY
Cancellations received by Monday, December 2, 2013 will receive a full refund. No refunds will be given for cancellations received after Monday, December 2, 2013. Cancellations must be made in writing to Ms. Molly Holt, Meeting Planner, at mholt@ndia.org. Substitutions to this event are welcome in lieu of cancellations.

Attendee Information

Attire
Appropriate attire for this Breakfast is coat & tie for civilians and Class A uniform or uniform of the day for military personnel.

ID Badge
During Breakfast registration and check-in, each Attendee will be issued an identification badge. Please be prepared to present a valid picture ID. Your badge must be worn at all Breakfast functions.

Special Needs
NDIA supports the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990. For more information, please contact Ms. Molly Holt, Meeting Planner, at mholt@ndia.org or (703) 247-2572 and reference Event #492B.

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Contact Info/Inquiries/Questions

NDIA POC: Ms. Molly Holt, Meeting Planner, at mholt@ndia.org or (703) 247-2572

 

Affiliate Associations

The Association for Enterprise Information    National Training and Simulation Association    Precision Strike Association    Women in Defense