11 Jun 15. DSEI – Register now to attend key briefings from MOD Chiefs of Staff. This year’s DSEI is set to be the biggest yet, with more exhibitors, speakers, VIPs and visitors from across the world than ever before. We are delighted to announce that all four British service chiefs are confirmed as keynote speakers at DSEI 2015, taking place on 15-18 September at ExCeL London.
In addition to the Chiefs, DSEI will host around 300 seminar sessions and keynotes to facilitate knowledge sharing and networking around key topics and technical areas.
Register now to hear keynote speeches from:
* Admiral Sir George Zambellas KCB DSC ADC DL FRAeS, First Sea Lord and Chief of Staff of the Royal Navy
* General Sir Nicholas Carter KCB CBE DSO ADC Gen, Chief of the General Staff of the British Army
* Air Chief Marshal Andrew Pulford KCB CBE ADC, Chief of the Air Staff of the Royal Air Force
* General Sir Richard Barrons KCB CBE ADC Gen, Commander, Joint Forces Command
12 Jun 15. McHugh Approves Army Participation in AUSA’s 2015 Annual Meeting. Secretary of the Army John McHugh officially approved the Army’s participation in the Association of the U.S. Army’s Annual Meeting and Exposition, to be held October 12-14 at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, D.C.
McHugh’s decision more than doubles last year’s funding for Army attendance at the event, which he described as one of three key strategic communication and outreach platforms for the Army each year and one that serves the professional development of the entire Army, including civilians and family members.
His decision allows up to 600 people stationed outside the Washington, D.C., area to attend at the Army’s expense.
AUSA’s Annual Meeting and Exposition is the largest land power exposition and professional development forum held in North America each year. Dozens of professional development events, seminars and presentations are already scheduled for the 2015 meeting. The theme is “Win in a Complex World,” which is also the name of the Army Operating Concept.