The objective of the Warheads and Ballistics Classified Symposium is to provide researchers, developers, and program managers (from government, academia, and industry) a forum for the exchange of information on current work related to the advancement of the technology and application of ballistics and weapon systems.
The abstract must be unclassified and clearly state the impending presentation and paper’s classification via a Security Classification Guide and Distribution Statement, export control, if applicable. Restricted, unclassified abstracts, presentations and papers must be assigned either a Distribution C or Distribution D Statement. Abstracts will be handled as export-controlled, non-public-release documents. Submit unclassified abstracts of 300 to 600 words by MARCH 6, 2017 to:
Via Email: Ciccar@detk.com
Or on Disk: Mr. Robert D. Ciccarelli, Vice President
DE Technologies, Inc.
100 Queens Drive
King of Prussia, PA 19406
Tel: (610) 337-2800, extension 120
DO NOT SEND A LIMITED DISTRIBUTION DOCUMENT (ABSTRACT) OVER THIS OR ANY OTHER OPEN EMAIL LINE. ALL LIMITED DISTRIBUTION ABSTRACTS MUST BE SUBMITTED ON A DISK TO THE SUPPLIED ADDRESS.
You may also ftp limited distribution abstracts to email@example.com via the AMRDEC Safe Access File Exchange: https://safe.amrdec.army.mil/safe. You should request a receipt to ensure that your abstract was downloaded by DE Tech. You are responsible for following all directions. Do not select “encrypt email message when possible.” Do select “Notify me when file(s) downloads are COMPLETED.”
Papers will be selected based on technical quality, relevance, and interest to the warhead, ballistics, and effectiveness research and development communities. Preference will be given to classified, limited distribution and export-controlled papers. The emphasis should be on new work not previously reported. All candidates will be notified of paper selection by May 1, 2017. The primary criterion for authorship is having played a substantive role in the work reported. Management review and sponsorship without active technical contribution are more appropriately noted in an acknowledgement. Current affiliations should have no bearing on whether an active participant should be considered an author.