Air Force Future Force Design Roundtable
12/9/2019 - 12/9/2019
1200 S Hayes St
Arlington,  VA   22202
Event Type : Meeting
Event Code : 099B
DESIGN, INTEGRATE, DEVELOP, IMPACT
Join the National Defense Industrial Association (NDIA) and the Air Force Warfighting Integration Capability (AFWIC) to better understand the Future Force Design. As a leading facilitator of the identification of actionable solutions to complex issues, AFWIC relies on its 10 Cross-Functional Teams (CFT) to meet the challenges of future warfighting.
At this SECRET//NOFORN roundtable event, CFT leads will spearhead in-depth discussions geared towards the development of a Future Force Design that will enable the Air Force to rapidly and effectively acclimate to the ever-shifting multi-domain environment of the 21st century. Meanwhile, attendees will gain critical insight into the Air Force’s top priorities in the following CFT lines of effort:
- Multi-Domain Command & Control (MDC2)
- Generating Combat Power
- Logistics Under Attack
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
- Technical experts with an interest in one or more of the AFWIC Cross-Functional Teams
- Engage with AFWIC Cross-Functional Team leads for 1:1 small group dialogues
- Take advantage of the SECRET//NOFORN classification level that ensures the opportunity to talk freely and go into greater detail regarding the AF Future Force Design
- Develop the emerging concepts of a multi-domain combat force and multi-domain command & control
- Explore different strategic approaches to ongoing operational challenges
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