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X-Com Systems
REGISTER TODAY: EWs Payloads on RPAs Conference, December 13-14 in Las Vegas, NV
The conference, December 13-14 at Nellis AFB and The Rio Hotel in Las Vegas, NV,  will address current payload and operational shortfalls and the way ahead. Specially, the conference will:

1. Identify capability gaps and help develop COAs to address them.

2. Identify short-term and long-term program requirements.

3. Evaluate short- and long-term programs with key military, OSD, DHS and other government leaders, as well as industry experts.

Discounted rooms at the Rio Hotel are available for conference attendees. Book now to secure a low rate!
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LAST CHANCE: Register for the Converging Cyber, IO and EW Conference, November 29-December 1 in Charleston, SC
The Converging Cyber, IO and EW Conference takes place in less than two weeks  November 29-December 1 in Charleston, SC. Don't miss thought-provoking discussions on a full range of cyber and electronic warfare topics. Experts will provide their insights and facilitate professional dialogues designed to frame the theme of how technology will drive convergence across target sets common to EW, cyber and IO.
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Speakers include: Lt. Gen. Robert Schmidle, Deputy Director, U.S. Cyber Command; RADM Andy Singer, USN (Ret.), Executive Director, Information Dominance Center for Excellence; F. Austin Branch, SES, Senior Advisor for IO Strategy & Plans, OUSD(P); Rosemary S. Wenchel, SES, Director for Cyber, IO & Strategic Studies, OUSD(I) and Mr. Robert J. Giesler, Vice President for Cyber Security, SAIC.
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SHOW DAILIES: Read the 48th Annual Symposium and Convention Electronic Show Dailies
The AOC thanks everyone that attended 48th Annual International Symposium and Convention in Washington, D.C., for an amazing event. Click the links below to read the Show Daily editions from each day of the event. Thursday's Show Daily and a full wrap-up edition will be available through the AOC Communities of Interest at crows.org.

Sunday/Monday Show Daily
Tuesday Show Daily
Wednesday Show Daily
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IMT - Integrated Microwave Technologies, LLC
Join the AOC Communities of Interest
Whether you're focusing on reprogramming, modeling and simulation or broader topics, the AOC Communities of Interest will offer an online community of EW and IO professionals discussing topics and sharing information. Set up your information now to access data from the 48th Annual International Symposium and Convention.
Getting Started:
•    Go to http://communities.crows.org/ or from www.crows.org click "Communities."
•    Click "Login to see member only content" located in the upper right-hand corner of the page in bold.
•    You will be sent to the http://www.myaoc.org/ login. Type in your member username and password that you used to register for Convention (or any other AOC event) and click "Go."
•    If you have never accessed the Communities page, you will be sent to the "Code of Conduct" page. From there, click "I Agree" to access the rest of the community pages.
•    After you have clicked "I Agree," you will be sent to your profile.
To Update Your Profile
•    You can enter or modify your bio info by clicking the "Add/Edit" links or "Update your information from LinkedIN" – remember to click "Save" when finished or "Save and Add Another."
•    To participate in the discussions, you must enter an email under "Contact Information."
 To Access The Convention Community & Show Daily
•    Place your cursor over "Directory" at the top of the page and click "View All Communities" under the drop down menu.
•    Click "48th Annual AOC Intl Symposium & Convention," which will take you to the Convention Community where you can engage in the latest discussions under the "Latest Discussion Postings" or view the Show Daily under the "Latest Shared Files."
•    Click "Home" at the top of the page to take you back to the home page.
X-Com Systems
CALL FOR PAPERS: 42nd Annual Collaborative Electronic Warfare Symposium, Pt. Mugu, CA
The Mugu Crows Chapter of the AOC, under a co-sponsorship agreement with NAWCWD, will hold the Collaborative Electronic Warfare Symposium January 24-26. This conference is designed to look forward with an aim to understand the potential collaborative EW solution vectors to achieve interoperability in the near and long term. This call for presentations or demonstrations challenges presenters to explore the way forward in collaborative EW. Presentations or demonstrations from all services, DoD, industry and academia are requested that identify technical paths, options and potential opportunities for EW collaboration.
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Elektrobit Inc.
CALL FOR PAPERS: Dixie Crow Symposium 37
The 37th Annual Dixie Crow Symposium, "Countering the Threat Through EW and ISR Collaboration," takes place March 18-22 at the Museum of Aviation in Warner Robins, GA.

This year's theme illustrates collaboration within the Information Operations (IO) environment. It prepares the battlefield before combat operations, serves as a force multiplier during battle and defends our forces throughout. IO is the key to America's protection at home and force projection abroad. Papers to support this theme should include issues relating to Electronic Warfare (EW), Intelligence Surveillance & Reconnaissance (ISR) and collaboration within the IO environment. Abstracts are due by February 1.
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Symposium Information
Agilent Technologies Inc.
CONVENTION NEWS: Terma Announces New Version of ALQ-213
To address new requirements in domestic U.S. and international markets, Terma today announced introduction of a new version of the successful ALQ-213 Countermeasures Management System Processor otherwise known as the Electronic Warfare Management System (EWMS).
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CONVENTION NEWS: AAI Test & Training Introduces Multi-Spectral Test Sets at AOC 2011
AAI Test & Training, an operating unit of Textron Systems, a Textron Inc. company, introduced its new Multi-Spectral Test Sets (MSTS) Monday at the opening of the 48th Annual Association of Old Crows (AOC) International Symposium and Convention. The MSTS are designed to test ultraviolet and infrared missile warning systems, including hostile fire indication, as well as radar and laser warning systems, allowing operators to confidently validate the operational status of installed electronic combat systems.
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CONVENTION NEWS: MacAulay-Brown Announces Engineers Inducted into Electronic Warfare Technology Hall of Fame
MacAulay-Brown, Inc. (MacB), a leading engineering and technical services company supporting the U.S. Defense and Intelligence Community with more than 2,000 employees worldwide, announced Tuesday that two employees have been inducted into the prestigious Association of Old Crows (AOC) Electronic Warfare Technology Hall of Fame.
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CTT, Inc.
CONVENTION NEWS: dB Control Debuts Wideband 2-18 GHz TWTA at AOC 2011
dB Control Corp., an established manufacturer known for its reliable, high-power microwave amplifiers, radar/electronic countermeasure (ECM) transmitters and power supplies, introduced three new wide-bandwidth, high-power products at the 48th Annual AOC International Symposium and Convention in Washington D.C.
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INDUSTRY NEWS: Selex Galileo and Systematic Announce Strategic Partnership
SELEX Galileo and Systematic on Wednesday announced a strategic partnership to provide world-class Electronic Warfare Training. The partnership follows the successful contract win earlier this year in which the two companies beat off fierce competition to provide the UK Air Warfare Centre (AWC) with a comprehensive Electronic Warfare (EW) training programme.
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Assemblies inc
Upcoming Industry Conferences and Tradeshows

November 13-16: 48th Annual AOC International Symposium and Convention
Washington, D.C.
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November 29-December 1: Converging Cyber, IO and EW Conference
Charleston, SC
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November 30-December 1: 2011 Patuxent River Roost Conference "Naval AEA System of Systems"
NAS Patuxent River, MD
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December 6-7: EW Asia 2011
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December 7-8: Vital UAS/RPA Requirements for Battlespace Control Conference
Nellis AFB, Las Vegas, NV
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January 24-26: 42nd Annual Collaborative Electronic Warfare Symposium
Pt. Mugu, CA
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February 21-24: Second Annual International Conference on Electronic Warfare
Bangalore, India
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February 22-23: InfowarCon Europe
NATO School, Oberammergau, Germany
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March 18-22: Dixie Crow Symposium 37
Warner Robins, GA
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March 20-22: Low Probability of Intercept/ELINT Conference
Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey CA
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May 8-10: 5th Annual EW Capability Gaps and Enabling Technologies Conference
Crane, IN
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June 17-22: IEEE International Microwave Symposium (MTT-S)
Montreal, Canada
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Clausewitz Technology
Upcoming AOC Courses
December 12: Survey of EW Unmanned Aerial System (UAS) Applications and Payloads
In conjunction with Vital UAS/RPA Requirements for Battlespace Control Conference
Las Vegas, NV
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January 23-24: Survey of Electromagnetic Battle Control Applications Course
In conjunction with the 42nd Annual Collaborative Electronic Warfare Symposium at the Naval Air Warfare Center- Weapons Division, Pt. Mugu, CA
Westlake Village, CA
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February 13-14: Modeling & Simulation Course
in conjunction with the Training, Tactics and Testing in a Congested EMS Conference at Nellis AFB and Rio Hotel
Las Vegas, NV
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February 28-March 2: Introduction to Radar and Electronic Warfare Course
AOC Headquarters, Alexandria, VA
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March 19
: Leveraging LPI Technologies
In conjunction with the Low Probability of Intercept/ELINT Conference at the US Navy Postgraduate School, Monterey, CA
Monterey, CA
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