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On-Demand registration is now open!
What is "On Demand"?
The "On Demand" feature gives you access to the releasable presentations from the NDIA SO/LIC Division's webinar focused on Joint All-Domain Command and Control (JADC2) and the Future of SOF Mission Command. Accessing this webinar allows you to gain valuable insight from Special Operations and Low-Intensity Conflict.
The registration fee covers access to all materials approved for release for ongoing viewing. Please note, only the recordings from three of the speakers were released, Thomas Kenney, SES, Brandon Tseng, and COL Paul Weizer, USA.
Please register with a complete and accurate email address. You will receive an email confirmation as soon as your registration has been processed.
Once you register, you will need to make sure you're logged into your NDIA account. You will need to go to the main event page, NDIA.org/vSOLICApril and then to the "On-Demand" tab to view the webinar recording.
For attendees who already registered and attended this webinar, you will need to log into your NDIA account and the recordings will be available to you on the "On-Demand" tab.
If you have questions, please contact Trish Wildt at twildt@NDIA.org.
A valid military employee email is required at time of registration.
Contractors do not qualify for Government rate and must register as Industry. A valid government employee email is required at time of registration.
A valid employee email is required at time of registration.
There are no cancellations for on-demand content.
Please note, only the recordings from three of the speakers were released, Thomas Kenney, SES, Brandon Tseng, and COL Paul Weizer, USA.
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