Futures Game 2019 Outbrief
1200 S Hayes St
Arlington,  VA   22202
Event Type : Meeting
Event Code : 999B
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BUILDING THE AIR AND SPACE FORCES WE NEED: FUTURES GAME 2019 OUTBRIEF
How does the U.S. Air Force plan to address the clear and growing threat to the United States and our allies? Are emerging technologies ready for the battlefield? What makes this a new and exciting era for the Department of the Air Force?
Find out by joining the National Defense Industrial Association and the Air Force Warfighting Integration Capability (AFWIC) at the Futures Game 2019 Outbrief on September 30 from 8:00 – 11:00 am. We’ll discuss the forces we need to maintain a competitive edge in the air and space domains.
This classified SECRET//NOFORN event will explore emerging concepts and topics to include addressing how the Air Force will carry out multiple domain operations and the tools and training required to generate effective combat power in that environment.
Held at the RAND Corporation Facility in Pentagon City, Futures Game 2019 will review the findings of the Air Force’s most recent wargame, which tested its tactical, operational, and strategic capabilities.
For more information about AFWIC and these plans, please visit www.AFWIC.AF.mil.
*Please note: This event is closed to the press.
- Participate in a dynamic conversation focused on understanding how the Air Force will fight in the future, to include discussions on multi-domain command and control, space superiority, combat power, and logistics
- Discover the Air Force’s current plan for delivering the backbone of wartime command and control
- Recognize the value of investing in new capabilities within the air and space domains
- Identify why both the quality and quantity of our multi-domain operations must be increased
- Gain access to newly developing tactics, techniques, and procedures intended to meet warfighters’ needs
- Develop the importance of simulations and wargames for the U.S. Air Force
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