2022 Precision Strike Technology Symposium (PSTS-22)
Date: October 18 - 20
The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory Kossiakoff Conference Center
11100 Johns Hopkins Road
Laurel, MD 20723
Integrated Precision Warfare Review (IPWR-21)
April 6-7, 2021 | Virtual
Integrated Precision Warfare (IPW) is principally focused on acquisition, policy, and programs to deliver precision capabilities that meet warfighter needs. The precision strike community recognizes the daunting threats facing U.S. and Allied forces around the globe while striving to deliver capabilities that are critical to the success of our men and women. No other forum will bring together members of government, industry, and academia in a unclassified setting to discuss their interests with regards to the complex and evolving field of precision strike weapons.
IPWR-21 continues the decades-long tradition started by the Precision Strike Association to hold an Annual Review in the Spring timeframe focused on political, budgetary, and programmatic topics around Precision Strike and Air Defense warfare. IPW focuses on weapon systems, conventional, nonkinetic, and nuclear, and is starting to get more involved in the Space and Cyber domains as well.
NDIA - The View of the Hill
Presenter: Major General Arnold Punaro, USMC (Ret)
Panel: Policy Aspects of Weaponizing Space
Presenter: Robin Dickey
Precision Strike Technology Symposium (PSTS-20): Advanced Precision Strike for the Multi Domain Fight
October 20, 2020 | Virtual
Unclassified webinar focused on Advanced Precision Strike for the Multi Domain Fight. NEW for this event was the inclusion of a classified roundtable. Presentations at this SECRET/NOFORN discussion were recorded and provided on a classified DVD.
Precision Strike Technology Symposium (PSTS-19): Flipping the Game – Imposing Cost through Multi-Domain Precision Strike
October 22 – 24, 2019 | The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory | Laurel, MD
An exploration of the ways in which our major competitors, China and Russia, had evolved, enhancing their military strength to take advantage of gaps in U.S. strategy in order for the Precision Strike community could identify a way to change the rules of warfare and push the cost of engagement back to our potential adversaries, deterring them from military action.
10th Annual Integrated Air and Missile Defense System Symposium: Defense Against Emerging Threats
July 11, 2019 | The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory | Laurel, MD
A premier event on a critical national defense topic that doubles as the subject of an increasingly important and continuously growing new body of military art: the state of integrated air and missile defense.
SLAAD Division and Executive Committee Annual Meeting
July 10, 2019 | The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory | Laurel, MD
A chance for the SLAAD Division and its Executive Committee to convene and discuss topics relevant to their operation and sustainment.
Precision Strike Annual Review (PSAR-19): Our Nation's Security Demands Lethal Precision Strike Capabilities
March 26 – 27, 2019 | Lockheed Martin Global Vision Center | Arlington, VA
An exchange of information on acquisition, policy, and programs in order for the Precision Strike community could forge an increasingly effective way to deliver precision capabilities that meet and exceed our warfighters' needs.