Ronald Reagan Missile Defense Conference
The Ronald Reagan Missile Defense Conference provides a venue for the Missile Defense Agency, the Combatant Commands, and the Department of Defense to interface with each other and with industry in order to share ideas, prioritize research and engineering, and unify efforts for the overall efficiency and success of Missile Defense. This year's conference theme is Transforming Missile Defense to Defeat Emerging Threats.
The Reagan Conference is the premier CLASSIFIED conference within the missile defense community. The conference will be comprised of plenary sessions and panels on the first and second day of the conference, with technical paper presentations running concurrently on the second day. We look forward to accelerating future missile defense capabilities with you and our partners at this year's conference.
*Please note: This event is classified and closed to the press.
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