Collaborative EW Symposium 2024
March 12-14 | Point Mugu, California
Theme: EW at Scale – EW Capabilities for Near Peer Force on Force Warfighting
Join us at Collaborative EW Symposium 2024, a premier event uniting leaders from the US military, government, academia and industry. Focused on cutting-edge research in EW, the symposium addresses challenges in large-scale force-on-force combat. Explore the latest advancements and opportunities in EW, engaging with top-tier experts and decision-makers. Be part of shaping the future of electronic warfare strategy in this dynamic and collaborative environment. View Draft Agenda
Act now! Attendees without a CAC must submit base access forms by Feb. 9. Without approved base access, driving onto the base is prohibited. After Feb. 9, late registrants without a CAC or submitted form must use the shuttle service – no exceptions. Learn more
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Cyber Electromagnetic Activity (CEMA) 2024
April 30 – May 2 | Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD
Theme: EW Overmatch – Reestablishing Dominance in the Electromagnetic Spectrum
Classification: US Secret and TS/SCI US Only.
Taking place at a critical juncture for electronic warfare (EW), CEMA 2024 marks a significant moment as the Army is on the verge of fielding terrestrial and airborne EW capabilities after a 30+ year hiatus. CEMA 2024 is not just any event, it's a unique forum that brings together military, government labs, industry and academia, offering countless reasons to attend.
- Access to senior Army and Joint leadership
- Exposure to the latest cutting-edge technology
- Updates on current programs and insights
- Insights into current and future threats
- Direct access to cyber and electronic warfare specialists
Limited-Time Special Offer - $50 REGISTRATION DISCOUNT
Use Code: 3CheersFor10Years
Discount code applies to industry registrations only and does not extend to discounts on meal packages or memberships.
Valid through Feb. 5
Reach your target audience at CEMA 2024! AOC sponsorships are a great way to increase your reach and be closest to those in the CEMA industry. Browse sponsorship opportunities for CEMA 2024
AOC Europe 2024
May 13-15 | Oslo, Norway
Theme: Alliances and Collaboration in Supporting Multi-Domain Electromagnetic Warfare Operations
AOC Europe invites businesses from across the electronic warfare spectrum to demonstrate their cutting-edge technology within our bustling exhibition area. With 70% of our audience playing a key role in influencing buying decisions within their organisations, this is the perfect opportunity for you to connect directly with potential customers and foster new projects. What are the benefits of exhibiting?
As of Jan. 1, free live webinars are a members-only benefit. Non-members can purchase webinars for $25 each.
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EW in the New Threat Environment
Feb. 8 | 2 PM
Our adversaries have developed an impressive array of upgrades to the threats we face; they are designed specifically to overcome the ways our Electronic Warfare systems have been so successful for so many years. This webinar covers the nature of those upgrades and generally what we are required to do to overcome them. The new threat generation(s) have longer range – making stand-off jamming more difficult. They also have significant electronic protection features – to counter some of our best techniques against legacy systems. Most have “home on jam” capability making self-protection jamming dangerous.
In this webinar, we will talk about the upgrade genealogy of missiles, tracking radars, acquisition radars, anti-aircraft guns and infrared guided weapons. We will also overview the new techniques for facing these new threats.
2024 AOC Sponsorship Catalog
AOC connects electromagnetic warfare practitioners, industry partners, policymakers and procurement decision-makers.
For over 55 years, electronic warfare (EW), electromagnetic spectrum operations (EMSO), cyber electromagnetic activities (CEMA) and information operations (IO) professionals from military, government, industry and academia have looked to AOC to provide access to emerging technologies and the latest developments to protect the warfighter.
Plan to partner with AOC in 2024! AOC sponsorships are a great way to increase your reach and be part of what's happening right now in the EMSO industry.
Present a Webinar
Educating and informing the Electromagnetic Warfare community is at the heart of AOC’s mission. As the leader in training EMSO and EW professionals worldwide, AOC offers a wide selection of professional development courses and webinars on various topics led by experts in the field.
Be at the forefront of educating the men and women in the EW/EMSO industry and submit a proposal to instruct our next live webinar.
Reshaping the US Defense Force
In this episode of From the Crow’s Nest, host Ken Miller brings back Brian Clark, Senior Fellow and Director for the Center for Defense Concepts and Technology at the Hudson Institute. Brian’s upcoming report titled “Hedging Bets: Rethinking Force Design for a Post Dominance Era” argues that the United States is in a “post dominance era” and faces relatively new disadvantages due to weapon proliferation. Brian notes that one of the biggest advantages of the US right now is that it isn’t seeking to change the status quo of a country or region, unlike countries like China or Russia.
Brian and Ken discuss how to predict the probabilities of potential conflict and what potential role members of proposed “hedge forces” can take in responding to international conflict. Brian also explains how the Department of Defense can take steps to make an affordable defense force.
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.
• Data Engineer Intern – CNH Industrial – Oak Brook, Illinois, United States (On-Site)
• Defense Electronics Associate Consultant – Renaissance Strategic Advisors – Arlington, Virginia, United States (Hybrid)
48th Dixie Crow Symposium
The 2024 theme is “Electromagnetic Spectrum (EMS) as a Maneuver Space - Achieving Dominance in the EMS through Speed, Innovation and DATA”. Papers are being solicited on topics related to new technologies, open architectures, EMS data (needs and/or CONOPS), software development pipelines, innovative approaches to validation and release processes and novel approaches to using or integrating existing technologies that will allow rapid acquisition and fielding.
Submit unclassified abstracts to AFLCMC.WNY.AFTechProg@us.af.mil by Jan. 26. Learn More
Download a complete schedule of events here. To register for the symposium click here.
The sponsorship opportunities help fund the Dixie Crow Education Foundation, a 501(c) 3 organization. This is a great company opportunity to provide branding visibility to over 2000+ government/military/academia and industry attendees. All sponsorships directly fund Dixie Crow STEM Scholarships and are tax deductible.
DARPA has issued a solicitation for a program that aims to develop technologies for a new generation of arrays that can provide simultaneous multi-beam, multi-function performance without degrading gain or resolution. (JED)
The UK-based EW business of Leonardo has modified the large aircraft version of its BriteCloud expendable active decoy to meet the latest NATO STANAG-4871 self-protection standard, and offer compatibility with “smart” countermeasure dispenser systems. (JED)
A source of anguish for both Israeli and Palestinian families in nearly four months of the Gaza war, is the large number of hostages and prisoners taken by each side. Thousands of family members in the dark about the fate of their loved ones. So they're trying to reach them through Israeli and Palestinian radio. (NPR)