30 Apr 15. RUSI Land Warfare Conference 2015 – 30 June – 1 July 2015.
This year’s agenda includes:
News Ways of Warfare?
Applying Land Power through Integrated Action
Promoting Talent and Leadership
Future Capabilities and Structures
Maximising Operational Capability
The conference will examine how the British Army is adapting to both domestic realities and emerging threats, whilst continuing to deliver strategic land power projection to enhance national security, deter or contain potential threats, and support diplomacy. Held annually on behalf of the Chief of the General Staff, the RUSI Land Warfare Conference brings together representatives from across the armed forces, government, academia and industry, as well as international allies and partners, with the aim of promoting professional debate on the issues that matter to the land forces community. The full programme of speakers will be published shortly and tickets remain at 2014 prices.
24 Apr 15. AUSA Institute of Land Warfare LANPAC Symposium and Exposition
A Professional Development Forum. The 2015 AUSA Institute of Land Warfare LANPAC Symposium and Exposition – a professional development forum – will take place May 19 – May 21 at the Sheraton Waikiki in Honolulu, Hawaii. The theme for this year’s symposium is “Enhancing Capabilities of Land Forces: People, Partnerships, Products.” The purpose of this important gathering is to showcase American land forces – Army, Marines and Special Operations forces – and how they continue to play a critical role in protecting the vital interests of the United States in this critical region of the world – both in peace and war. In addition to perspectives from U.S. military leaders and chiefs of service of countries in this region, there will also be presentations from key senior leaders within the U.S. interagency team, capturing the importance and essence of a whole-of-government approach to ensuring the nation’s security. Industry will participate by providing a perspective on how it is meeting the needs of the U.S. military together with cooperating and assisting other countries’ land forces in the Pacific theater. The two-and-a-half-day symposium will demonstrate the importance of land power in the Pacific, especially engagement with allies to build partner capacity, and its effectiveness in response to requirements of the Commander U.S. Pacific Command, as part of the joint force.