2019 Undersea Warfare Technology Fall Conference
9/16/2019 - 9/18/2019
U.S. Naval Submarine Base New London
1 Crystal Lake Rd
Groton,  CT  06340
Theme : Preserving Undersea Superiority – A System of Systems Approach
Event Type : Conference
Event Code : 9240
View the just released Undersea Warfare Division Newsletter (PDF)
All Navy platforms and elements of the Navy Force structure are involved in undersea warfare: submarines, surface combatants, fixed and rotary wing aircraft, surveillance units, and the Navy's command and control infrastructure. The USW Division has five active Technical Committees within which the UWD focuses on the navy's mission areas: Sensor Systems, Mine Warfare Systems, Undersea Vehicles (including weapons), Aviation, and C4I, Combat Systems and Warfighter Performance.
*Please note: This event is closed to the press as it is classified SECRET//NOFORN. There are no exhibits at this event.
- Gain insight into the latest requirements and developments in undersea warfare: countering submarine and mine threats; and power projection from the sea.
- Meet and hear from operational, acquisition, and technology professionals including active duty Navy leaders, key Navy Secretariat and Pentagon leadership and personnel, SYSCOM program office leadership and personnel, Navy & University lab leaders and principal investigators, and leaders and members of the defense industrial base.
- Build relationships with like-minded professionals at networking functions
*Numbers are based on 2018 conference attendance.
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