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01 Jul 05. ComDef 2005, September 7th, 2005, National Press Club, Wash, DC 23rd Conference on International Defense Cooperation



Al Volkman, Director, International Cooperation, OUSD (AT&L)
Jonathan Hoyle, CBE ◄ Minister Defense Materiel, British Embassy, Washington DC

0800-0805 Introductions of the Co-Chairs
0815-0845 Status of International Cooperation
• Hon. Kenneth Krieg, Under Secretary of Defense (AT&L) – Status of
International Cooperation
0845-0900 BREAK
0900-0945 Status of Transformation and the International Relationship
• Terry J. Pudas, Deputy Director, Office of Force Transformation, OSD ◄
• MGEN Ruud S. Van Dam, RNAF, Assistant Chief of Staff, C41, NATO, HQ SACLANT

0945-1030 Roadmaps for Cooperation
• Robert J. Fitch, Sr. VP, Govt. Relations & Marketing, BAE Systems, North
America ◄
• Richard G. Kirkland, VP Corp. International Business Development, Lockheed
Martin Corp. ◄
• LTGEN Jeffrey B. Kohler, USAF, Director, DSCA
• Gary Powell, Acting DUSD (IP), OUSD (AT&L)
• Speaker from Northrop Grumman
Moderator: Joel Johnson, VP International, AIA
1030-1045 BREAK
1045-1215 Sustaining Critical Technologies
• Sir John Chisholm, Chief Executive, QinetiQ, UK
• Dr. Michael Francis, Director, Joint Unmanned Combat Systems, J-UCAS, DARPA
• Dr. Charles Holland, DUSD, Science & Technology
• Moderator: Dick Rumpf, President, Rumpf Associates International ◄
1230-1355 Luncheon
Introduction by: Dr. Hans Binnendijk, Director, Center for Tech. & National
Security, National Defense University
• Senator Richard G. Lugar, (R-IN), United States Senate
• MoD Speaker, UK

1400-1530 Moving Export Control Forward
Introduction by:- Bill Schneider, President, International Planning Services ◄
• John Douglass, President, AIA
• Hon. David R. Oliver, Jr., Executive VP & COO, EADS
• John Walker Roberts, Dep. Staff Director, House Committee on International
• HON. Peter Lichtenbaum, Acting Under Secretary/Asst. Sec. for Export
Administration, US
• Gregory M. Suchan, DAS for Political/Military Affairs, US Department of State

• Lisa Bronson, DUSD, Tech. Security Policy & Counter-proliferation, OUSD Policy

1530-1545 BREAK

1545-1645 Realities of Cooperation
Introduction by Professor Adrian Kendry, Senior Defense Economist, NATO:-
NATO/EU Capabilities.
• Nir Ben-Moshe, Def. Cooperation Attache, Embassy of Israel
• Graham Eveille, Cnslr Def. Materiel, Embassy of Australia
• RADM (Arm’t Corps) Francis Jouanjean, Def. Cooperation Attache, Embassy of
• MGEN Pasquale Preziosa, Def.Air & Def.Coop’n Attache, Embassy of Italy ◄
• Jennifer Stewart, Ph.D., Director General, Def. Procurement, PWGSC, Washington
, Embassy of Canada
Moderator: Robert Bruce, Director, Armaments Cooperation Atlantic, OUSD (AT&L)

1645-1730 Cooperation – the Way Forward
• Congressman Curt Weldon R-PA, 7th District ◄
Moderator: David O’Brien, David O’Brien & Associates ◄

1730-1930 Defense & Service Attaché Reception

03 Aug 05. Unmanned Systems International 2005 Conference, Renaissance Chancery Court London, 8-9 September 2005. Unmanned Systems International 2005, sponsored by AUVSI and Flight International, will kick off the fall unmanned systems lineup with a spectacular event in London, England. This event is being held in conjunction with, and is a formal part of, DSEi, the world?s largest tri-service defense exhibition (air, land and sea) and will feature an unprecedented program of speakers from key regions of the globe. Key program topics include:

* Expanded UAV capabilities
* Operating in networked environments
* Technical and regulatory challenges to UAV operations
* Land systems and supporting land force operations
* Weaponisation
* Maritime surveillance

Full conference program details and a list of presenters can be found at: http://www.auvsi.org/ev

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