2021 Virtual Expeditionary Warfare Conference
2/2/2021 - 2/3/2021
Theme : Distributed Maritime & Expeditionary Operations in a Peer Contested Environment
Event Type : Conference, Virtual Meeting
Event Code : 1700
The 2021 Virtual Expeditionary Warfare Conference has ended.
However, the virtual platform will remain open until Wednesday, March 3 at 4 PM EST to registered attendees to re-access the event presentations.
Did you miss the 2021 Virtual Expeditionary Warfare Conference?
Don't worry, we have you covered with on-demand materials. The "On Demand" feature gives you access to the releasable presentations and handouts to view at your own convenience. You will also have full access to the 2D Exhibit Hall where you can tour exhibitor meeting rooms, view exhibitor videos, and download handouts. For information on how to register to access On Demand, please view our Registration page.
About the Event
This virtual conference offers the year’s premier opportunity to identify, study, and work to resolve the expeditionary warfare and force protection issues in the littoral regions of the world that affect the strength of our national defense and armed services. Through two days of virtual sessions as well as a digital exhibit hall, participants will dive deep into the theme, “Distributed Maritime and Expeditionary Operations in a Peer Contested Environment.” This is your chance to explore the operations and acquisition processes that support the expeditionary warfare community.
• NETWORK with over 200 colleagues in industry and government
• LEARN about the latest updates from warfighters, policy experts, and defense leaders
• INTERACT with a virtual exhibit hall, showcasing pertinent products and services
(Numbers based on 2019 conference attendance.)
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ContactMs. Andrea Lane
Ms. Renata Casiel
Michael R. Weatherholt