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Delivering the latest in manoeuvre support capability Join Europe’s largest gathering of military engineering leaders and experts including: Lieutenant General (Ret’d) Robert Flowers, Senior Vice President, International Enterprise Solutions, L-3 EITS and Former Commanding General, USACE Major General Michael Eyre, Commanding General, USACE, Gulf Region Division, Baghdad Rear Admiral Mark Handley, Commander, 1st Naval Construction Division and Naval Construction Forces Commands, US Navy Major General Zahir Shah, Director, Military School of Engineering, Pakistan Clyde ‘Redding’ Hobby SES, Deputy Director, Logistics, Contracting and Engineering, USCENTCOM Dr David Horner, Technical Director, Military Engineering, Engineer Research and Development Center, USACE Brigadier Barry Le Grys MBE, Engineer in Chief (Army), British Army Brigadier General John McMahon, Director, J-7, Engineering, USFOR-Afghanistan www.military-engineering.com 26 · Promoting thought- leadership, effective command and excellence throughout the military engineering community · Identifying major operational challenges and assessing ever- evolving requirements for military engineers in theatre · Increasing collaboration and cooperation between the military and the private sector to improve future force capability, project delivery and in-theatre effect Organised by THE Louis Berger Group, INC . Lead Sponsor: Associate Sponsors: Exhibitors: Workshops Led by:

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Delivering the latest in manoeuvre support capability
Join Europe’s largest gathering of military engineering leaders and experts including:
Lieutenant General (Ret’d) Robert Flowers, Senior Vice President, International Enterprise Solutions, L-3 EITS and Former Commanding General, USACE
Major General Michael Eyre, Commanding General, USACE, Gulf Region Division, Baghdad
Rear Admiral Mark Handley, Commander, 1st Naval Construction Division and Naval Construction Forces Commands, US Navy
Major General Zahir Shah, Director, Military School of Engineering, Pakistan
Clyde ‘Redding’ Hobby SES, Deputy Director, Logistics, Contracting and Engineering, USCENTCOM
Dr David Horner, Technical Director, Military Engineering, Engineer Research and Development Center, USACE
Brigadier Barry Le Grys MBE, Engineer in Chief (Army), British Army
Brigadier General John McMahon, Director, J-7, Engineering, USFOR-Afghanistan
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· Identifying major operational challenges and assessing ever- evolving requirements for military engineers in theatre
· Increasing collaboration and cooperation between the military and the private sector to improve future force capability, project delivery and in-theatre effect
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Lead Sponsor: Associate Sponsors: Exhibitors: Workshops Led by:
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Geographic Breakdown
North America 24% Western Europe 14% Eastern Europe 14% Scandanavia 19% Australasia 5% Middle East 10% Other 14%
Rank
Lt Gen 2% Maj Gen 3% Brigadier 10% Colonel 26% Lt Colonel 23% Major 26% Captain 10%
Who you will meet
The rapid evolution of today’s contemporary operating environment is making the role of the military engineer harder to define We are delighted to welcome you to the biggest gathering of Military Engineers in Europe. As the threat in combat theatres continues to change, the role of the military engineer is constantly evolving. Military Engineering 2010, brought to you by Clarion Events - the world’s largest producers of defence and security events - will provide you with the opportunity to come and discuss these challenges.
Strategic Insight, Practical Solutions We are honoured to welcome a distinguished speaker panel representing the countries and organisations at the forefront of military engineering development with real operational experience. They will join a high level delegation of senior military and industry attendees to ensure 3 days of unparalleled learning and networking opportunities.
The conference has been created in a way that maximises knowledge transfer and the sharing of experiences. There is also ample opportunity for you to be involved with networking including extended Q&A sessions, round table discussions and interactive panel debates.
Keep Informed, Stay Relevant Clarion Events specialise in high level defence and security events and are created with the input of a panel of high level government, military and industry advisors. Extensive research and dialogue with these contacts ensure our events reflect the most important issues facing you and the wider defence and security community today.
Clarion Events – Defence and Security Clarion Events’ portfolio of defence and security events are acknowledged as the world’s leaders where high level government officials and senior military personnel meet with leading global equipment and services providers to share ideas, discuss industry developments, conduct business, develop partnerships and network for future growth.
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1-2 JUNE 2010 EXCEL LONDON
SECURITY + RESILIENCE FOR THE PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SECTOR
18-20 May 2010 ExCeL London, UK www.itec.co.uk
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Pre-event workshop A – 26 January 2010, 0900 - 1230
Civil/Military Interaction in achieving success in inter-agency operations
Pre-event workshop B – 26 January 2010, 1330 - 1700
Enhancing C-IED and EOD Support
Conference Day One – 27 January 2010
Keynotes: The ever-evolving operational environment
Leaders panel: Exploring the evolution and transformation of Military Engineering
Joint Force and Multinational Operations
Conference Room 1 Conference Room 2
Force insights and international perspectives on in-theatre military engineering capability
Improving soldier safety and capability through effective training and education
Insights and lessons learned from the front line
Keynote Engineers Panel: What lessons can we learn from recent operations?
Conference Day Two – 28 January 2010
Keynotes: Successfully meeting the current equipment needs of military engineers
Equipping tomorrow’s engineer – Research and Development of innovative battlefield solutions
Product and Solutions Showcase
Reconstruction and Development: Rebuilding local, regional and national infrastructure
Meeting and defeating the IED threat
Programme at a glance
• Defining the evolving civil-military spectrum: Contrasting two case studies from Afghanistan and the 2009 Australian Bushfire
disaster.
• What lessons have engineers learned from recent civil/military research and analysis?
• How are civil and military capabilities being combined into an effective framework for achieving a coherent national strategy?
• What are the key challenges in establishing civil security and civil control?
• How to restore essential services - Supporting governance and supporting economic and infrastructure development
• How to best work with local, regional and national authorities – Conflict prevention, disaster management, reconstruction and
development operations.
Guest Speaker: Mark Hainsey, Assistant Director, Warfighter Support, Research and Development Directorate, USACE discussing the Afghanistan Sustainable Infrastructure Program (ASIP)
Workshop B: 13.30 – 17.00
C-IED and EOD: Enhancing support through advanced EOD and C-IED techniques
How are counter insurgent's training, tactics and procedures (TTPs) evolving and what impact will these have on military engineers?
• What are the key objectives in disrupting and attacking insurgent networks?
• How is the threat likely to evolve over the next 5 years?
• What innovative tools can EOD and C-IED teams utilise to prevent and neutralise the threat?
• What are the recent advancements in equipment and technology in enhancing force protection?
• Practical lessons learned from recent humanitarian and military operations
Workshop Leader: Major (Ret'd) Chris Hunter, Author, C-IED/EOD Specialist and Founder, Kratos Enterprises
Pre-Event Workshops – 26th January All of our defence and security events are designed to give you maximum learning opportunity. The pre-event worskshops are run by some of the industry’s most respected experts and provide the perfect chance for delegates to get added value from their time at the conference. The worskhops will provide an in-depth analysis of two speciifc areas of military engineering and will provide a strong platform leading into the conference.
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0845 Special Guest Chairman’s Opening Remarks Colonel Kin Yi Ng, Former Chief Engineer Officer, now Commandant, Staff College, Singapore Armed Forces
Supporting forward operations in an era of persistent change and conflict
0855 The Future of Military Engineering within an Ever-Evolving Operational Environment
• How are engineers shaping the battlespace to enable strategic, operational and tactical freedom of movement?
• How do engineers constantly evolve in the complex Counter-Insurgency environment?
Brigadier General Michael Dana, Director, Logistics and Engineering, J4, USNORTHCOM
0915 A USCENTCOM perspective on the changing nature of Counter-Insurgent operations Clyde ‘Redding’ Hobby SES, Deputy Director, Logistics, Contracting and Engineering, USCENTCOM (TBC)
0935 Creating a rapid, mobile engineering force capable of full spectrum operations: A Seabees perspective
• How are military engineers adapting to the increase and complexity of joint operations?
• Developing an integrated engineering capability for future operations
Rear Admiral Mark Handley, Commander, 1st Naval Construction Division and Naval Construction Forces Command, US Navy
0955 Engineering capabilities within the Netherlands Army
• What lessons have been learned from recent in-theatre operations in Uruzgan province?
• Maximising new equipment purchased under Urgent Operational Requirements.
Colonel Tjeerd de Vries, Commander, Dutch Engineer School and Senior Chief Engineer, Netherlands Army
Developing and promoting engineering excellence across NATO
1015 The role of NATO’s Military Engineering Centre of Excellence
• How will NATO members benefit from the centre and effectively share knowledge? • What is being done to strengthen cross-national ties in military engineering?
Colonel Otto Radlmeier, Director, NATO Military Engineering Centre of Excellence
1035 Leaders’ Panel: Exploring the evolution and transformation of Military Engineering
• How far have the lines blurred between major combat operations and stability operations?
• What must engineer battle-group structures include to enhance military engineering capability?
• What emerging trends are impacting the success of engineering operations?
Major General Michael Eyre, Commanding General, USACE, Gulf - Region Division, Baghdad, Iraq (TBC)
Brigadier General Michael Dana, Director, Logistics and Engineering, J4, USNORTHCOM
Clyde ‘Redding’ Hobby SES, Deputy Director, Logistics, Contracting and Engineering, USCENTCOM
Colonel Tjeerd de Vries, Commander, Dutch Engineer School and Senior Chief Engineer, Netherlands Army
Rear Admiral Mark Handley, Commander, 1st Naval Construction Division and Naval Construction Forces Command, US Navy
1100 Morning refreshments and Networking break
Military Engineering in Joint Force and Multi-national Operations
1130 Achieving effective joint capability in military engineering operations
• How can we ensure multinational engineering operations offer commanders niche capabilities?
• How to ensure coordination of effort and prioritisation in the joint environment
• What major challenges are reducing our ability to carry out effective joint operations?
Colonel William Haight III, Chief, Engineering Division, J4, Joint Staff, US DoD
1150 NATO Military Engineering: The Allied Command Operations perspective
• Creating a renewed Military Engineering vision during continued NATO transformation
• Developing support for NATO’s current and developing strategy and policy
Colonel Giuseppe Fabio Carbonara, Chief Engineer, NATO SHAPE
1210 How do we plan and execute multi-national and multi-force engineering operations
• Case study: A USEUCOM perspective • The role of US forces in Europe and integration within
multinational operations
1230 Joint Engineering Panel: Integrating and ensuring joint engineering capability in multi-national and multi-force operations
• What are engineering requirements across all environments?
• How can we best tackle interoperability issues in combined arms operations?
• How do we cut R&D costs and fielding times by utilising equipment from other services/allies/countries?
Conference Day 1, Morning – 27th January
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Colonel William Haight III, Chief, Engineering Division, J4, Joint Staff, US DoD
Colonel Giuseppe Fabio Carbonara, Chief Engineer, NATO SHAPE
Captain (USN) Gregory Zielinski, Chief Engineer, USEUCOM
Colonel Otto Radlmeier, Director, NATO Military Engineering Centre of Excellence
1300 Networking Lunch and a showcase of solutions and product demonstrations in the exhibition area
The choice of two streams...
1530 Afternoon refreshments and networking session
Observations, Insights and Lessons Learned from the Front-Line
1600 Taking a look at combat, stability and peace missions across the globe: These sessions will assess the different environments that engineers are currently operating in, explore their mobility and force protection challenges and look back on operational successes and lessons learned from each region.
Operational Insight I: US Observations and lessons learned from Iraq
Major General Michael Eyre, Commanding General, USACE, Gulf Region Division, Baghdad, Iraq
Operational Insight II: US Observations and lessons learned from Afghanistan
Brigadier General John McMahon, Director, J-7, Engineering, USFOR-Afghanistan
Operational Insight III: UK Observations and lessons learned from Afghanistan
Lieutenant Colonel Andrew Stuart MBE, Commander, Equipment Capability, Op HERRICK & Commanding Officer, 4 Close Support Battalion, British Army
Operational Insight IV: Observations and lessons learned from Central and South America
Colonel Norberto Cintron, Command Engineer, USSOUTHCOM
1720 Keynote Engineers’ Panel: What lessons must we learn from recent operations?
• What major operational challenges do military engineers now face in the fields of protection, mobility and lethality?
• Planning and executing effective rapid deployment operations
• Is the increasingly number of civilian contractors on the battlefield increasing or diluting force capability?
Major General Michael Eyre, Commanding General, USACE, Gulf Region Division, Baghdad, Iraq
Brigadier General John McMahon, Director, J-7, Engineering, USFOR-Afghanistan
Colonel Norberto Cintron, Command Engineer, USSOUTHCOM
Colonel John Edborg, Deputy Chief of Staff, Engineer, US Army Europe
Lieutenant Colonel Andrew Stuart MBE, Commander, Equipment Capability, Op HERRICK & Commanding Officer, 4 Close Support Battalion, British Army
Master Gunnery Sergeant Manny Diaz, Chief Engineer, 3rd Marine Aircraft Wing, USMC
1755 End of day one and start of evening networking drinks reception
STREAM A: International Perspectives on Current and Future In-Theatre Engineering Capability
A series of presentations from armed forces across the world:
1400 Force Insight
1425 Force Insight
1450 Force Insight
Colonel Kin Yi Ng, Former Chief Engineer Officer, now Commandant, Staff College, Singapore Armed Forces
1515 Interactive Q&A discussion with session speakers
STREAM B: Improving Soldier Safety and Capability through Effective Training and Education
1400 How to develop multi-skilled/role engineers: An insight into engineering within the US Marine Corps • Engineering within the USMC’s MAGTF • Promoting excellence – concepts, doctrine and capability
Representative, Engineering Centre of Excellence, USMC Engineer School
1430 Building leaders who are tactically and technically capable of delivering full spectrum engineering in today’s operational environments • What are the best practices in training and educating future
engineering leaders? • What lessons are being learned from recent operations that
are being included in future training?
Lieutenant Colonel Andrew Jayne, Commandant, Canadian Forces School of Military Engineering
1500 Training and educating engineers to meet the needs and demands of current operational theatres • How is the training of officers adapting with the evolution of
operations?
Conference Day 1, Afternoon – 27th January
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0845 Special Guest Chairman’s Opening Remarks
Enhancing Capability – Successfully Meeting the Current Equipment Needs of Military Engineers
0855 Delivering effective manoeuvre support for both major combat and stabilisation operations
• How are we meeting the critical equipment needs through Urgent Operational Requirements for current operations • A British Army perspective from recent and current operations
Brigadier Barry Le Grys MBE, Engineer-in-Chief (Army), British Army
0920 How are engineers enhancing capability by researching, developing and delivering innovative battlefield solutions?
• Driving new capability through R&D: From requirements to capability delivery
• What new capabilities and effects will significantly benefit engineers in-theatre?
Dr David Horner, Technical Director, Military Engineering, Engineer Research and Development Center, USACE
0945 A roadmap for equipping tomorrow’s military engineer – Insights from NATO Land Capability Group 7
• How can NATO members work together to enhance capabilities?
Eric McGrath, Vice Chairman, NATO Land Capability Group 7 (Battlefield Mobility and Engineer Support) and TRADOC Capability Manager, Maneuver Support, US Army
1010 Keynote Industry Panel: Leveraging industry partnerships to develop engineering capability
• Defining the critical role industry must now play in meeting engineering requirements
• How adequately are engineers equipped to meet the demands of their operational environments?
• Are UORs being clearly defined to industry and can they react quickly enough to meet new demands?
• Do military engineering structures need to change to enhance the efficiency and effectiveness of capability delivery?
• What are the implications for industry if current equipment spending levels prove not to be sustainable?
Lieutenant General (Ret’d) Robert Flowers, Senior Vice President, International Enterprise Solutions, L-3 EITS and Former Commanding General, USACE
Frank Jordano, Senior Vice President, The Louis Berger Group Inc, USA
Ulf Deisenroth, Founder and CEO, IBD Deisenroth Engineering
1100 Morning refreshments and networking break
Innovation showcase
1130 In-Theatre Equipment and Technologies for Tomorrow’s Engineer: The benefits of Ground Penetrating Radar in improving soldier capability and safety
• The VISOR GPR system – detecting mines and other explosives
• Adapting solutions for mine protected vehicle manufacturers
• Training programmes to implement these systems quickly into operational theatres
Terrence Marsh, Vice President, Business Development, NIITEK
Showcase 1: Engineering vehicles – The success of the latest engineering vehicles in theatre
Showcase 2: C2 Systems – How can the military engineer be better networked on operations?
Showcase 3: Force Protection – How have current operations changed our perspective on force protection
Showcase 4: EOD / C-IED – Combining EOD and C-IED lessons learned for a safer AO
Showcase 5: GIS / ISR – How do we maximise our use of GEOINT?
Showcase 6: Construction / Infrastructure Support – To what extent are civilian contractors in control?
Showcase 7: Robotics / Unmanned Systems – Apart from EOD, how can we best use these systems?
Showcase 8: Bridging and Mobility – The very latest mobility systems
1300 Networking Lunch and a Showcase of Solutions and product demonstrations in the exhibition area
1400 GIS Operational Focus: How do we best integrate the use of geospatial and topographic information?
• Lessons learned from effective use of GIS in-theatre • Increasing mission capability through tactical and
operational applications of GI • What benefits will new GIS and ISTAR systems provide
tomorrow’s in-theatre military engineer? • What has been learned from recent engineering
operations and exercises in Iraq and Afghanistan? • Maximising next generation technologies to manage and
exploit geospatial data
1425 Supporting Air Manoeuvre and Air Assault: Combat Support Operations – preparing our
airmen for the fight?
Colonel Timothy Cashdollar, Commander, 501st Combat Support Wing, USAF Europe
Conference Day 2 – 28th January
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1445 How do we assure mobility? What are the challenges in developing and fielding engineer equipment to our forces in rapidly changing operational environments?
• How are current challenges affecting equipment delivery?
Lieutenant Colonel Raymond Boyd, Chief, Assured Mobility Branch, MANSCEN Futures Center, US Army
Reconstruction and Development
1505 Reconstruction and Development I: The growing need for engineers to lead, conduct and assist in
reconstruction and development operations
Colonel Neil Greet, Military Adviser, Asia Pacific Civil- Military Centre of Excellence, Australian Defence Forces
1525 Reconstruction and Development II: Implementing effective reconstruction and development programmes to rebuild local, regional and national capacity following conflict
• Insights into the Afghanistan Sustainable Infrastructure Program (ASIP), Measuring Peace in Conflict Environments (MPICE) and Cooperative Security
Mark Hainsey, Assistant Director, Warfighter Support, Research and Development Directorate, USACE
1545 Afternoon refreshments and networking break
Meeting and Defeating the IED Threat
1615 Combining traditional EOD route clearance methods with new C-IED practices in Afghanistan
• What is the impact of the modern IED threat and counter-insurgency environment on current operations?
• What are the difficulties of IED detection and clearance in complex, inhospitable terrains?
Major Jan Boot, Combat Engineer Officer, Dutch Joint Task Force C-IED, Netherlands Army
1635 Closing IED Threat Panel: Detecting and defeating the IED threat
• Applying new thinking/practices to improve C-IED capability, identification and UXO clearance
• What must our engineers understand in order to be best prepared for today’s IED threats?
• What are the main observations on current IED/UXO threats and lessons learned from recent operations?
• Identifying emerging EOD, IED and IED-Defeat technologies that will significantly reduce battlespace hazards and enhance the safety of engineers in-theatre
Lieutenant Colonel Raymond Boyd, Chief, Assured Mobility Branch, MANSCEN Futures Center, US Army
Major Jan Boot, Combat Engineer Officer, Dutch Joint Task Force C-IED, Netherlands Army
Major (Ret’d) Chris Hunter, Author, C-IED/EOD Specialist and Founder, Kratos Enterprises
Ulf Deisenroth, Founder and CEO, IBD Deisenroth Engineering
1715 Chairman’s Closing Remarks and Close of Summit
Conference Day 2 – 28th January
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The event will bring together the common elements that connect protection & survivability products and concepts while offering a specifi c analysis of each of the four principal environments.
CALL FOR PAPERS – Whether it is a new management technique or a new product to support the war fighter – we would like to hear from you. We are currently accepting ideas for presentations, workshops, panels and round table discussions from the military, government and industry.
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Sponsors Through incremental development, NIITEK delivers ever improving sensors, software, and automatic target recognition (ATR) algorithms, integrated to deliver detection systems that are aligned, accurate, and ready for duty. NIITEK innovation begins with the best ultra-wideband ground penetrating radar arrays specifically designed and manufactured for explosive hazards detection. NIITEK has developed sensors that are the world’s best for many
critical military situations and humanitarian demining as well. In blind tests at US Army Countermine Night Vision and Electronic Sensors Directorate (US Army RDECOM CERDEC NVESD), NIITEK sensors beat the competition by almost two orders of magnitude in detection and false alarm rate comparisons.
Associate Sponsors From the beginning, Caterpillar aimed its product development at the toughest applications of the construction, agricultural, mining, logging, oilfield, and marine industries. Products with these credentials
are logical choices for military construction equipment and Caterpillar has been equipping the Military with a full earthmoving line since WWI. Our diesel and natural gas engines provide power from 5 to 21,715 bhp and are used in multiple applications around the world.
NATO Engineers can leverage Caterpillar’s Governmental & Defense Products (G&DP) Division as a committed partner in serving in the most challenging deployment scenarios, such as Iraq and Afghanistan. G&DP’s staff of more than 100 dedicated Engineers, PMs, Contract Administrators, Manuals/Training Coordinators, and Service Support Staff are actively engaged today ensuring your needs are met around the world.
The Louis Berger Group (Berger) is an internationally recognized infrastructure engineering, program and construction management, environmental science and economic development consulting firm of 5,000 professional staff in more than 90 countries. Since 1959, Berger has focused our
core practice on infrastructure and capacity-building program delivery in countries affected by war, civil unrest and natural disaster. Berger specializes in providing contingency and emergency response, post-conflict reconstruction and nation building in some of the world’s most challenging locations, including Afghanistan, Iraq, Sudan and the Philippines. We are able to ensure maximum responsiveness to local conditions while providing clients with the technical resources and rapid response capabilities of a leading global organization
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Robert Burkhardt SES, Geospatial Information Officer and Director, Army Geospatial Center, US Army
Major General Michael Eyre, Commanding General, USACE, Gulf Region Division, Baghdad
Major General Zahir Shah, Director, Military School of Engineering, Pakistan
Lieutenant General (Ret’d) Robert Flowers, Senior VP, International Enterprise Solutions, L-3 EITS and Former Commanding General, USACE
Rear Admiral Mark Handley, Commander, 1st Naval Construction Division and Naval Construction Forces Commands, US Navy
Brigadier Barry Le Grys MBE, Engineer in Chief (Army), British Army
Brigadier General Michael Dana, Director, Logistics and Engineering, J4, USNORTHCOM
Brigadier General Alvaro Michael, Commanding Officer, Spanish Engineer Command, Spanish Army
Brigadier General John McMahon, Director, J-7, Engineering, USFOR- Afghanistan
Clyde ‘Redding’ Hobby SES, Deputy Director, Logistics, Contracting and Engineering, USCENTCOM
Dr David Horner, Technical Director, Military Engineering, Engineer Research and Development Center, USACE
Colonel William Haight III, Chief, Engineering Division, Joint Staff (J4), US DoD
Colonel Otto Radlmeier, Director, NaTO Military engineering Centre of excellence
Colonel Timothy Cashdollar, Commander, 501st Combat Support Wing, USAF Europe
Colonel Neil Greet, Military Adviser, Asia Pacific Civil Military Centre of Excellence, Australian DoD
Captain (USN) Gregory Zielinski, Chief Engineer, USEUCOM
Lieutenant Colonel Andrew Jayne, Commandant, Canadian Forces School of Military engineering
Major Jan Boot, Combat Engineer Officer, Dutch Joint Task Force C-IED, Netherlands Army
Major (Ret’d) Chris Hunter, Author, C-IED/ EOD Specialist and Founder, Kratos Enterprises
Master Gunnery Sergeant Manny Diaz, Lead Engineer, 3rd Marine Aircraft Wing, USMC
Terrence Marsh, Vice President, Business Development, NIITEK, Inc. Part of the Chemring Group
The most comprehensive gathering of high-level military and government engineering leaders and experts including:
Colonel Arild Norstad, Inspectorate of Engineers, Norwegian Armed Forces
Colonel Giuseppe Fabio Carbonara, Chief Engineer, NATO SHAPE
Colonel John Edborg, Deputy Chief of Staff, Engineer, US Army Europe
Colonel Norberto Cintron, Command Engineer, USSOUTHCOM
Eric McGrath, Vice Chairman, NATO Land Capability Group 7 and TRADOC Capability Manager, Maneuver Support, US Army
Lieutenant Colonel Andrew Stuart MBE, Commander, Equipment Capability, Op HERRICK & Commanding Officer, 4 Close Support Battalion, British Army
Lieutenant Colonel Michel Pihard, Commander, Belgium Engineer School, Belgium Armed Forces
Lieutenant Colonel Raymond Boyd, Chief, Assured Mobility Branch, MANSCEN Futures Center, US Army
Ulf Deisenroth, Founder and CEO, IBD Deisenroth Engineering
Colonel Tjeerd de Vries, Commander, Dutch Engineer School and Senior Chief Engineer, Netherlands Army
Mark Hainsey, Assistant Director, Warfighter Support, Research and Development Directorate, USACE
Captain (USN) Rick Cook, Chief, Engineer Division, USPACOM
Colonel Kin Yi Ng, Former Chief Engineer Officer, now Commandant, Staff College, Singapore Armed Forces
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