2021 Undersea Warfare Virtual Conference
3/23/2021 - 3/24/2021
Theme : A Novel Force – Integrating Undersea, Subsea, and Seabed Capabilities in Distributed Maritime Operations
Event Type : Virtual Meeting, Conference
Event Code : 1260
The 2021 Undersea Warfare Virtual Conference has ended.
However, the virtual platform will remain open until Monday, April 26, 2021 to registered attendees where attendees may view all recordings of the sessions which have been pre-approved by speakers. To access, please log back in to the symposium platform using your original personal access link.
Did you miss the Conference? Don’t worry, we have you covered with On Demand presentations. For information on how to register to experience these presentations, please view our Registration page.
- Gain insight into the latest requirements and developments in undersea warfare: counter submarine and mine threats; and power projection from the sea.
- Hear from operational, acquisition, and technology professionals including active duty Navy leaders, key Navy and Pentagon leadership and personnel, program office leadership and personnel, Navy and University lab leaders and principal investigators, and leaders and members in the defense industrial base.
- Participate in Q&As with session speakers; getting your most pressing undersea warfare questions answered.
- View handouts to supplement and enhance your virtual experience.
- Network and build relationships with like-minded professionals during virtual networking opportunities.
*This event is not opened to the press
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ContactMs. Meredith Mangas