2020 Tactical Wheeled Vehicles Conference Fleet Modernization and Sustainment for the Future Battlefield
Fleet Modernization and Sustainment for the Future Battlefield
Join us in Austin, TX, from March 2 – 4, 2020, for the next Tactical Wheeled Vehicles (TWV) Conference. This extraordinary event brings together leaders from OSD, the military services, industry, prime contractors, subcontractors, suppliers, and academia to address present and future tactical wheeled vehicle requirements. The conference provides a unique atmosphere for open discussion between participants on the needs of the military users.
*Please note: This event is open to the press.
This conference is recognized industry-wide as the premier event focused on the tactical wheeled vehicle industry and its support to the Department of Defense and our nation’s warfighters. The information and dialogue which will be presented is invaluable to all organizations which play a role in the design, development, innovation, acquisition, production, delivery and sustainment of tactical wheeled vehicles to our government customers.
*Numbers are based on 2019 conference attendance.
Chief of Transportation, Transportation Corps and Transportation School, U.S. Army, Fort Lee, VA
Director, CCDC, Ground Vehicle Systems Center (GVSC), CCDC, U.S. Army
Director, Force Development, Office of the Deputy Chief of Staff, G-8
Deputy Commander, Defense Logistics Agency, Land and Maritime
Executive Director, U.S. Army TACOM, Integrated Logistics Support Center
Principal Deputy, Assistant Secretary of the Army (Acquisition, Logistics & Technology)
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