2019 Armament Systems Forum

2019 Armament Systems Forum Featured Image Armaments
  • 6/3/2019 - 6/6/2019
  • Fredericksburg Expo & Conference Center
    2371 Carl D. Silver Parkway
    Fredericksburg,  VA  22401
    Tel: (540) 548-5555
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  • Theme : Leveraging Armament Technology Integration to Achieve Modernization, Overmatch, and Operational Readiness
    Event Type : Exhibit, Forum
    Event Code : 9610

Description

The 2019 NDIA Armament Systems Forum is planned as a single event with concurrent parallel events for each of the three division committees to ensure synergism, communication, and networking opportunities across the armament community thus ensuring value and benefits for attendees and exhibitors. The concurrent events will also allow for an expanded number of technical/oral presentations and poster presentations addressing subjects relevant to legacy and evolving future armaments.

Keynote Speakers

  • Headshot of Brigadier General Alfred Abramson III, USA

    Picatinny Arsenal

    BG Alfred Abramson III, USA

    Joint Program Executive Officer Armaments & Ammunition and the Commanding General

  • Dr. David Lambert

    Air Force Research Laboratory

    Dr. David Lambert

    Chief Scientist, Munitions Directorate

  • Headshot of Amy O

    Naval Surface Warfare Center Indian Head Explosive Ordnance Disposal Technology Division (NSWC IHEODTD)

    Amy O’Donnell

    Deputy Technical Director

  • Army Futures Command

    COL (P) John Rafferty, USA

    Director, LRPF Cross Functional Team

  • Combat Capabilities Development Command Aviation and Missile Center

    Dr. Michael Richman

    Technical Deputy, Missile Modernization and Development

  • MG Robert Scales, USA (Ret)

    U.S. Army War College

    MG Robert Scales, USA (Ret)

    Former Commandant

  • Combat Capabilities Development Command Armaments Center

    Anthony Sebasto

    Executive Director of the Enterprise and Systems Integrations Center (ESIC)

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Contact

Ms. Meredith Mangas
703-247-9467
mmangas@ndia.org