JADC2 & All Domain Warfare Symposium Implications for the Future Force
10/27/2020 - 10/28/2020
Event Type : Virtual Meeting
Event Code : 1841
This inaugural virtual event, held in partnership with Texas A&M University, is designed to explore the intricacies and significance of All Domain Warfare; the key objective is to further understand how this remarkable component will shape the future force by unraveling and maximizing the potential of cyber integration with regards to electronic warfare, information operations, and JADC2. In an unclassified academic setting graced by the presence of notable and high caliber presiders from the Joint Staff, the Office of the Secretary of Defense, the Combatant Commands, all Services, the Academe, and the Industry, this symposium shall ignite purposeful innovations and future-proof solutions through provisions of cutting-edge research and cyber-enabled technologies to equip and serve our warfighters in the best ways possible. Surely you would not want to miss this trailblazing event, where we will delve into discovering ways in which we can leverage new capabilities and mitigate the challenges presently confronting our warfighters.
Make plans to attend and particpate in:
- Live Q&As with session speakers; get your most pressing questions answered!
- View handouts to supplement and enhance your virtual symposium experience.
- Network and build relationships with like-minded professionals during our virtual networking opportunities!.
- And much more!
Please check back frequently for updates on registration, speakers, sponsorship opportunities and more!
Do not be left out! With over 250 registratants, the JADC2 & All Domain Warfare Symposium gathers leaders from Industry, Government and Academia for this one-of-a-kind virtual event.
*Attendance breakdown based on registration snapshot on October 5, 2020
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ContactMs. Tiffany Milnor
Mr. Andrew Peters