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The Artists Rifles Clubhouse
The Artists Rifles Clubhouse, Bisley (Hosts of the Owning The Night Cocktail Party 2009) are a year round operation offering a complete service from business meetings/ team event space to parties, functions and events of all kinds. We also run our own shooting days. We have on site accommodation, a full time chef, plenty of parking space and a discreet but welcoming staff to ensure your event goes smoothly. For further details please contact Katie Williams, Club Manager and Corporate Events on /01483 797 505. The Clubhouse is located at Bisley , National Shooting Centre and is
under 30 miles from London and a 35 minute train journey from London Waterloo to Brookwood our local station.
Dec 09. Events taking place in December 2009 & January 2010
– Defense Logistics 2009 Conference – 1-Dec/4-Dec – Arlington, VA – United States
– Hy Silver’s Hands-On Proposal Workshop – 2-Dec/4-Dec – Washington, DC – United States
– Open Architecture Seminar – 2-Dec/3-Dec – Washington, DC – United States
– Next-Generation Tactical Data Links Seminar – 3-Dec/4-Dec – Las Vegas, NV – United States
– Defense Healthcare Conference – 7-Dec/8-Dec – Washington, DC – United States
– (DoDAF) Department Of Defense Architecture Framework Seminar – 7-Dec/8-Dec – Las Vegas, NV – United States
Nov 09. International Armoured Vehicles. As a subscriber to Battlespace, I would like to invite you to International Armoured Vehicles, which takes place on 1-5 February
President Barak Obama this week signalled the beginning of the end of the Afghanistan operation. The majority of allies had delayed outlining their intentions, instead choosing to wait for the U.S. to clarify its stance. Obama’s speech seemed to provide authorisation to the entire political and military landscape to give the green light to the essential work of establishing a stabilised Afghanistan, as everyone knows which direction the alliance is taking.
Obama’s declaration followed Gordon Brown’s confirmation that an
additional 500 British troops will be heading to Afghanistan in the next
month, bringing its force level there to 9,500. The move was only taken
with the condition that the UK’s armed forces were to be supplied with
the vehicles and equipment necessary to commit additional personnel. As
a consequence, Defence Procurement continues to remain at the forefront
of the global political agenda.
Procurement tops the agenda at Defence IQ’s flagship event, International Armoured Vehicles which is the only international exhibition & conference dedicated exclusively to the armoured vehicle community. The event brings together senior military and industry experts, providing opportunities to gain expert insights on armoured vehicle trends and global procurement, as well as to conduct business with the world’s leading vehicle, system and component manufacturers and smaller specialist suppliers.
Apply for a free exhibition visitor pass
For further details on the conference agenda, please download the event
The event will host the most senior international speaker panel you’ll see in 2010 which includes General Peter Chiarelli, Vice Chief of Staff for the US Army is sure that the event’s “agenda promises to bring together many leading experts and experienced ground combat commanders to discuss the changing, joint nature of 21st century warfare and lessons learned after eight-plus years of war.”
General Peter Chiarelli will be joined by 50 other World Defence Leaders to provide you with strategic, operational and technical insights into current operations and future plans that will help you:
*Deliver capability requirements in the most cost effective way
possible, to ensure vehicles are fit for purpose
*Increase survivability through