Less than 1 week to go to one of the largest EW events of the year!
- 46 presentations from global experts and leaders, covering the entire AOC Mission Area
- 10 additional presentations and panels during the Plath Intelligence Workshop
- 76 exhibitors and 45 Nations attending
Over the past few years mature, offensive EW activity in Europe has demonstrated that in the electromagnetic domain, warfare is no longer theoretical. The AOC’s 24th European event will consider the future of EW and EM Operations in the changing light of current and emerging threats, including Hybrid Warfare, Information Operations/Warfare, the multi-domain battle (MDB), Cyber and Anti-Access/Area Denial (A2/AD) where some potential opponents are excelling.
The event is free-to-attend for military and government representatives.
In addition to delivering a thought-provoking conference with contributions from world-leading sector experts, the event will feature an extended exhibition of more than 80 organisations. Each will be showcasing their latest technologies and solutions advancing the Electronic Warfare / Electromagnetic Operations sector.
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A complete agenda for the event can be found here!
Achieving Freedom to Maneuver Leveraging Non-Kinetic Capabilities
Dr. Paul Zablocky, Strategic Technology Office (STO), Program Manager
Dr. William Conley, Director Electronic Warfare, Office of the Under Secretary of Defense, Acquisition and Sustainment
BGEN Frank Kelley, USMC (Ret), Vice President, Defense Acquisition University (DAU)
Mr. Bryan Clark, Senior Fellow, CSBA
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This forum provides a venue to for stakeholders, thought-leaders and experts in Electronic Warfare to come together to focus on the technologies the services require to ensure freedom to maneuver through leveraging the Electromagnetic Spectrum and Non-Kinetic Capabilities and discuss issues related to the requirements of EW programs, platforms, and operations. Panel sessions will provide insight into EW Roadmaps for the Services, Integrated Non-Kinetic Fires, and Enabling Future Technologies for EW. Presenters will highlight capability gaps and motivate the attendees to provide innovative EW concepts and solutions to expand the advantage for our military forces leveraging non-kinetic capabilities.
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This webinar will begin with a discussion of radar cross section (RCS) which is an important characteristic of military vehicles, such as aircraft, warships, and tanks. The concept of RCS as the effective cross-sectional area of the target as seen by the radar will be discussed. It’s measured in square meters (m2) or decibels above a square meter (dBm2). Alternatively, the RCS of a target can be considered to be the cross section of a metal sphere (in m2) yielding the same return amplitude as the target. The presentation will discuss the basics of RCS technology and the evolution of stealth technology over the past several years. Examples of modern operational stealthy platforms will be presented.
*Registration will close one hour prior to the start of the webinar (1pm ET)! Any registrations taken after this time will not be able to view the live webinar.
New Technology & Methodology for Mission Assurance in EW/CYBER
Cyberspace and Electronic Warfare technical capabilities are becoming more technically similar. However, the communities which practice these disciplines remain largely separated and vary widely across the military Services in terms of their equipment, unit organization and operating methodologies. This conference provides the EW and Cyberspace communities an opportunity to collaborate and discuss capabilities, TTPs and research in EW and Cyberspace operations to enable more rapid deployment of new and improved capabilities. The Cyber/EW Convergence Conference identifies ways to develop advanced technologies and systems to address the changing battlefield dynamics of the digital age and bring EW and Cyberspace together for the Warfighter!
Keynote and High Ranking Speakers
General (Ret) Glenn Walters, USMC - President of The Citadel, Former 34th Assistant Commandant of the USMC
Maj. Gen. Robert J. Skinner - Commander, 24th Air Force; Commander, Air Forces Cyber and Commander, Joint Force Headquarters-Cyber (invited)
Mr. Kevin Coggins, BAH
Mr. Michael Ducharme, NRO
Dr. Ilya Lipkin, AFLCMC/EN/SOSA
Dr. Daniel L. Lough, NRO
Sponsorship Opportunities Available! Click here for more information on becoming a sponsor.
As a member of the AOC, YOU decide the future of this great organization. Before elections begin, you will receive additional information from the AOC on how you will be able to vote this year. The AOC is excited to announce this year’s election slate, comprised of:
Glenn “Powder” Carlson
Kenneth “Kilo” Parks
Pacific Region Candidates
International Region I
The Dixie Crow Chapter, of the Association of Old Crows hosted its 44th annual symposium in Warner Robins at the Museum of Aviation, Robins AFB, Georgia. This year’s theme was “Dominate the Electromagnetic Spectrum (EMS) in Contested Environments through the use of Agile, Resilient Systems and Architectures,” highlighting the importance of Electronic Warfare (EW) systems and the vital role that Command and Control, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (C2ISR) provides in protecting our warfighters on today’s modern battlefield.
April 17 was Awards Day at Charleston Southern University. Among the awardees were members of the first graduating class of the Bachelor of Science in Cybersecurity, Caliyah Kappel, Stefhany Mejia-Rocha and Ashley Ward.
The three were presented awards by the Palmetto Roost, the Lowcountry chapter of the AOC. The Palmetto Roost was instrumental in the development of this academic program both from a curricular and financial standpoint. Rich Nelson, president of the Roost, has stated “CSU’s integration of cybersecurity is an insightful and exciting response to future needs of our commercial industry, government and our military.” Among other computer science and criminal justice coursework, students in the Cybersecurity program complete four critical courses in Network Penetration and Hacking, Cyber Defense, Principles and Practices of Cybersecurity, and Network Security. They also leave with their CompTIA Security+ certification.
Monday, May 27, 2019
In the RAFAEL David campus auditorium, K. Byalik
The conference classification is SECRET and open to Israeli citizens with appropriate clearance.
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The Association of Old Crows D.C. Capitol Club Chapter hosted its 2nd Annual Cherry Blossom lunch cruise on April 9.
It was a great networking event with fellow Crows. This sold-out event was joined by academia, industry and government. It was wonderful to see our local STEM partners attend and share new opportunities for STEM outreach with local K-12 students in the community. Our chapter continues to advocate on behalf of industry and educate members of the community on STEM.
We look forward to next year's event and hope to see many new faces from the community.
June 11-13, 2019
The MITRE Corporation
Focusing on Enterprise Challenges
- The Need for Speed in Space Acquisition
- Architecture to Deliver Effects
- Autonomy: Tools and Practices
- Space Traffic Management and Surface to Space
- TS/SCI Sessio
Lt. Gen. David D. Thompson, Vice Commander AFSPC (Confirmed)
Col. Eric J. Felt, AFRL Space Vehicles Director (Confirmed)
Mr. Robert O. Work, Former Dept. Sec. Defense (Confirmed)
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Hosted by the AOC Patriots Roost Chapter and The Mitre Corporation
The Association of Old Crows is pleased to provide its online Career Center - the premier resource to connect career opportunities with highly qualified EW, EMSO, CEMA, SIGINT, ELINT, & IO talent. You can access the AOC Career Center at https://careers.crows.org.
- Electronic Warfare – Leidos – San Diego, CA, United States | Beavercreek, OH, United States | Arlington, VA, United States
- Research Analyst - Air Warfare Radar – The Institute for Defense Analyses – Alexandria, VA, United States
- Research Analyst - Air Warfare IRST – The Institute for Defense Analyses – Alexandria, VA, United States
The Army is asking for industry’s help with a new extended range electronic warfare capability and plans to issue a request for information in the coming weeks. While the Army knows this is a capability it needs, service leaders do not yet know the exact form a solution will take. (C4ISRNET)
The Army has let 100 high-tech flowers bloom on directed energy and hypersonics. It is now time to start pruning. After a two-hour House hearing on the service’s 2020 budget plan, the Army’s point men on modernization gave reporters a sneak preview of the 2021 budget, for which planning is already well advanced. (Breaking Defense)
Air Force officials on Thursday faced pushback from House Armed Services members concerned that the service’s plan to buy upgraded fourth-generation fighters won’t come at the expense of state-of-the-art F-35 jets. (Roll Call)
The Pentagon’s cost assessment office doesn’t believe the F-35 program office can achieve a “stretch goal” of getting the "A" model’s cost per flying hour to $25,000 by fiscal 2025, its director said Thursday. (Defense News)
Congress has to change the law so the Pentagon can fix its broken process for acquiring software, Ellen Lord said today. It would allow her to launch multiple pilot projects next year. One of those pilots would be used to overhaul the F-35 fighter’s notoriously troubled maintenance system, ALIS. (Breaking Defense)
May 13 - 15, Stockholm, Sweden