Published on February 28, 2014
FEATURING OVER 40 DEFENSE EXHIBITORS, UNPRECEDENTED ACCESS TO MILITARY LEADERS AND A LIVE FIRE DAY! 6th Annual SOLDIER EQUIPMENT and TECHNOLOGY Expo and Summit Main Expo: June, 24-25, 2014 Summit A: Fort Bragg SOF Outlook: June 24, 2014 Summit B: Fort Bragg Acquisition Outlook: June 25th, 2014 Live Fire Day: June, 26th 2014 Officers Club, Fort Bragg North Carolina SPECIAL OPERATIONS AND FORT BRAGG: THE CURRENT AND FUTURE PARTNERSHIP Fort Bragg SOF and Acquisition Outlook Summits: LTG Jeffrey Talley Commanding General U.S. Army Reserve Command LTG Joseph Votel Commanding General U.S. Joint Special Operations Command LTC Jerry Wilson Division Chief, Mobilization and Readiness U.S. Army Civil Affairs and Psych Ops Command(A) Book ly Separate Today COL Miguel Correa 1st Special Warfare Training Group(A) USAJFK Special Warfare Center and School COL(P) Michael Turello Deputy Commanding General U.S. Army Special Forces Command (Airborne) David Rolen Acquisitions US Army Special Operations Command • Developing new technologies and applications for Commands and Units housed at Fort Bragg • Integration of Special Operations Commands into Fort Bragg and overall outlook • Improving readiness capabilities, through training and support services • Current and future requirements of Fort Bragg • Key issues specific to policies and procedures that support the efficiency of Fort Bragg Sponsors: Benefits of Attending the Exhibition Hall • Real-time networking officers leaders of Fort Bragg *all military speakers are tentatively confirmed pending legal clearance closer to the event Gain Access to Valuable Insights, Recommendations, and Best Practices on: Featuring 40+ Exhibitors and 600+ Expo Hall Visitors over two days! • Interactive exhibition of weapons, laser systems, optics and more • Featuring four prize giveaways open to all attendees! FREE Attendance to the Exhibition Hall and Summit Days for Military Servicemen and Women! FREE Media Parnters: www.soldierequipmentexpo.com – 1-800-882-8684 – email@example.com
6th Annual SOLDIER EQUIPMENT and TECHNOLOGY Expo and Summit Preparing the Elite: Technology, Equipment, and Weapons that Help SOF Succeed Hear from Fort Bragg Commanders* and subject matter experts at the all new, separately bookable Summits! June 24th -26th 2014 Officers Club, Fort Bragg, North Carolina Dear Colleague, Housing more than 20 units and more than one Special Operational Command, Fort Bragg is without question one of the most important military bases on the United States Eastern Seaboard. Despite Defense spending cuts Congress has consistently voiced its wish to funnel more funds into special operations, making Fort Bragg not only geographically important to Washington, but highly likely to be one of the few military entities to see an increase in spending. With this new focus on special operational warfare comes an increased demand for new and advanced equipment and technology. ’We’ve known for years that when the president dials 911, the phone rings at Fort Bragg, and with the location of the Special Forces and forces command, that’s more true now than it’s ever been.” – Greg Taylor, Fort Bragg Regional Alliance Executive Director Soldiers are currently challenged with adapting to vastly different theatre environments, requiring advanced adaptable equipment and compatible technology to aid their successful completion of missions. As a result, both the government and private industry must communicate and work together to ensure that the most cost-effective solution is also the best option for the men and women that protect our nation and its interests abroad. These manufacturers of military equipment and technology rely on crucial feedback from soldiers to identify and fill equipment and technology gaps for future innovations. IDGA’s Soldier Equipment & Technology Expo and Summit is your opportunity to collaborate with key decision-makers and innovators responsible for producing battle-ready soldiers, as well as hear feedback from those soldiers on their current equipment and assets. Additionally, you will have the opportunity to strategize with both military and industry leaders to ensure those soldiers are best equipped for successful missions in the future. What makes IDGA’s Soldier Equipment & Technology Expo and Summit your must-attend event for 2014? • Exposure to the leaders and highly experienced soldiers • All New, separately bookable, Summits – Discuss the latest implementation strategies and program initiatives Updated acquisition and operational priorities from Fort Bragg – commanders and division Chiefs • 30+ interactive exhibitors – unlimited free access to the exhibition hall for all attendees • Unlimited free access to the exhibition hall and both summits for all military personnel • Annual Live Fire Day – experience the expo weapons firsthand! Don’t miss out on your opportunity to hear these topics and many more. The speakers, sponsors and the IDGA team all look forward to seeing you in June for the Soldier Equipment and Technology Expo and Summit. Sincerely, Meghan Miller Program Director IDGA LTG Joseph Votel Commanding General U.S. Joint Special Operations Command COL Miguel Correa 1st Special Warfare Training Group(A) USAJFK Special Warfare Center And School LTC Jerry Wilson Division Chief, Mobilization and Readiness U.S. Army Civil Affairs and Psych Ops Command(A) COL(P) Michael Turello Deputy Commanding General U.S. Army Special Forces Command (Airborne) Why do our attendees love Soldier Equipment & Technology Expo? LTG Jeffrey Talley Commanding General U.S. Army Reserve Command 3 Gain insight into the latest research, development and fielding of equipment to support Soldier missions. 3 One-of-a-kind opportunity to interact and network with an audience of military, government, academic and industry leaders 3 Ability to see the equipment and hear from the manufacturers, and then get to test them out on Live Fire Day Early registration is available at www.soldierequipmentexpo.com or by calling 1-800-882-8684. Remember to ask about group discounts. 2 David Rolen Acquisitions US Army Special Operations Command *all military speakers are tentatively confirmed pending legal clearance closer to the event www.soldierequipmentexpo.com – 1-800-882-8684 – firstname.lastname@example.org
BENEFITS OF ATTENDING: EXHIBITION Network with industry and military leaders - Titles/organizations of attendees will include: • Project/Program Managers • Acquisition & Procurement Executives • Commanders, Chiefs of Staff & Directors • Operations, Logistics & Strategic Planning Professionals • Communication Directors • IT/Technology Professionals • Contract Specialists • R&D Professionals INVEST YOUR TIME WISELY HANDS-ON WEAPONS TRAINING SESSIONS THURSDAY JUNE 26, 2014 TAKING PLACE AT RANGE 37 PSR GUN CLUB USE THE WEAPONS YOU’VE SEEN AT THE EXHIBITION! Spend the day testing a wide variety of unique weapons for development qualification and testing of armament systems. Registration is required and available on a first-come, first serve basis, so register today! Live Fire Day Exhibitors: It’s your chance to network with leading United States equipment and technology professionals and top military experts for FREE! Featuring FOUR Prize Giveaways on the Exhibition Floor for all Attendees! IDGA’S FREE BEER & BBQ EVENT TUESDAY, JUNE 24, 2014 • Come Enjoy a FREE Beer & BBQ Event for all Soldier Equipment & Technology and Summit Attendees! • Network with military personnel and industry colleagues while relaxing and enjoying a variety of entertainment • Wind down the first exciting day of the Exhibition and the Fort Bragg SOF Outlook Summit with a cold beer and classic North Carolina barbeque IDGA’S ANNUAL SHOOT HOUSE CHALLENGE A defensive combat shooting match involving close quarters situations and room to room movement techniques based on a one person shooter scenario. This is not a CQB team event. Scoring is based on accuracy, speed of delivery and emphasis on sound single shooter tactical movement techniques in a dynamic multiple threat environment. As a hands-on weapons training session, this program is limited to members of the Military only. Advance registration is required and available on a first-come, first served basis. Register online today! www.soldierequipmentexpo.com – 1-800-882-8684 – email@example.com 3
All New: Tuesday, June 24th, 2014 SEPARATELY BOOKABLE Fort Bragg SOF Outlook Summit* *all military speakers are tentatively confirmed pending legal clearance closer to the event 09:30 REGISTRATION & COFFEE COMMANDER OF FORSCOM COMMANDER OF JSOC 10.00 JSOC: FORT BRAGG & JOINT FORCES • Aligning Joint Special Operations goals with the mission and goals of Fort Bragg • Ensuring operational readiness for all Joint Forces • Factoring in the expected budget and what that means for the future LTG Joseph Votel Commanding General U.S. Joint Special Operations Command SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES AVAILABLE! 10:30 JOINING THE CONVERSATION: DEFENSE INDUSTRY PANEL • Examining the current equipment, software, and technology utilized • Pinpointing the capability gaps the industry sees • Understanding where to focus for innovation in equipment and technology Sponsorship Opportunities Still Available! For more information contact Marc Zamarin at 212.885.2694 or firstname.lastname@example.org SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES AVAILABLE! 11:00 BRIGADE OUTLOOK • Understanding the role of Fort Bragg’s different commands, units and divisions • Discussing the 82nd CAB’s role in future global operations • Examining current and future equipment, technology, and training needs Speaker Confirmation Pending 11:30 MORNING COFFEE BREAK 12:00 4 COMMANDER OF USARC MAINTAINING READINESS AT EVERY LEVEL: USARC • Detailing the role of the Army reserve on Fort Bragg • Evaluating the technology and equipment utilized by USARC • Determining the road forward with the increased focus on Special Operational Forces Lieutenant General Jeffrey Talley Commanding General U.S. Army Reserve Command 12:30 THE ROLE OF FORSCOM HOME & ABROAD • Establishing the current and future role of FORSCOM at Fort Bragg • Maintaining its forces in the current budgetary climate • Discussing the future goals of FORSCOM for the years ahead Major General Kevin O’Connell Deputy Chief of Staff, G-4 U.S. Army Forces Command FT. BRAGG LEADERS PANEL 13.00 FORT BRAGG OPERATIONS PANEL • Detailing the collaborative roles of special operational and conventional commands at Fort Bragg • Explaining the way forward for Fort Bragg in the current political climate • Discussing possible expansions and enhancements for special operations at Fort Bragg in the future Lieutenant General Joseph Votel Commanding General U.S. Joint Special Operations Command Major General Kevin O’Connell Deputy Chief of Staff, G-4 U.S. Army Forces Command Lieutenant General Jeffrey Talley Commanding General U.S. Army Reserve Command 13:30 GUIDED TOUR OF EXHIBITION FLOOR 15.00 NETWORKING RECEPTION COMPLIMETNARY BEER & BBQ FOR ALL ATTENDEES 17.00 CLOSE OF EXHIBITION FLOOR DAY ONE www.soldierequipmentexpo.com – 1-800-882-8684 – email@example.com
All New: Wednesday, June 25th 2014 SEPARATELY BOOKABLE Fort Bragg Acquisition Outlook Summit* *all military speakers are tentatively confirmed pending legal clearance closer to the event 09:30 REGISTRATION & COFFEE JFK SPECIAL WAREFARE CENTER 10:00 FORT BRAGG AND THE INFORMATION ENVIRONMENT • Empowering SOF to operate in a digital field • Discussing the methods of training involved • Outlining the technology, present and future, to keep Ft. Bragg soldiers ready for any environment PSYOP COL Michael Ceroli Commandant Psychological Operations Regiment USA JFK Special Warfare Center and School Special Operations Center of Excellence COMMANDER SWTG(A) 10:30 SERVICES VS COMMODITIES: MISSION SUPPORT FOR TRAINING • Discussing the current needs for Special Warfare Training Groups • Specifying the mission support these divisions need • Identifying the technology and equipment gaps for Special Warfare forces COL Miguel Correa 1st Special Warfare Training Group(A) USA JFK Special Warfare Center and School USASFC 10:45 11:15 SPECIAL FORCES OUTLOOK • Outlining the future of USASFC • Developing assessment and training for forces now and in the future • Identifying current asset gaps and discussing possible solutions COL(P) Michael Turello Deputy Commanding General United States Army Special Forces Command (Airborne) SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES AVAILABLE! JOINING THE CONVERSATION: DEFENSE INDUSTRY PANEL • Examining the current equipment, software, and technology utilized • Pinpointing the capability gaps the industry sees • Understanding where to focus for innovation in equipment and technology Sponsorship Opportunities Still Available! For more information contact Marc Zamarin at 212.885.2694 or firstname.lastname@example.org overall readiness capabilities • Outlining USACAPOC(A)’s role in overall preparedness for Fort Bragg forces Lieutenant Commander Jerry Wilson Chief, Mobilization and Readiness U.S. Army Civil Affairs and Psychological Operations Command (A) ACQUISITIONS PANEL 12:30 USASOC ACQUISITIONS PANEL • Discussing the current and future needs for USASOC • Outlining the communication between the military and private defense • Assessing capability gaps and possible solutions David Rolen, et al Acquisitions US Army Special Operations Command FT. BRAGG LEADERS PANEL 13:00 FORT BRAGG ASSETS PANEL • Identifying the overall goals for Fort Bragg • Emphasising the importance of “getting it right the first time” given the pivotal role of Fort Bragg to the US government’s budget debate • Developing strategies for better communication between Fort Bragg leaders, officers, and soldiers and the private defense industry COL Miguel Correa 1st Special Warfare Training Group(A) USA JFK Special Warfare Center and School Lieutenant Commander Jerry Wilson Chief, Mobilization and Readiness U.S. Army Civil Affairs and Psychological Operations Command (A) COL(P) Michael Turello Deputy Commanding General U.S. Army Special Forces Command PSYOP COL Michael Ceroli Commandant Psychological Operations Regiment USA JFK Special Warfare Center and School Special Operations Center of Excellence Lt. Col Robert Law Commander 900th Contingency Contracting Battalion Installation Contracting Operations – Fort Bragg 13:30 CLOSE OF EXHIBITION DAY TWO LIVE FIRE DAY 11:45 MORNING COFFEE BREAK USACAPOC(A) 12:00 EQUIPPING THE FUTURE • Establishing the scope of Fort Bragg mobilization and readiness • Recognizing the equipment, technology, & intelligence it takes to maintain Fort Bragg’s Returning in its sixth year is the popular Live Fire Day as part of the Fort Bragg Soldier Equipment & Technology event; providing you with the opportunity to test out unique weapons for deployment qualification and armament systems with our dedicated sponsors at the Range 37 PSR Gun Club. With several mock scenarios specifically created for our event, register for this great add on feature and test out your shooting skills as our guest. www.soldierequipmentexpo.com – 1-800-882-8684 – email@example.com 5
6th Annual SOLDIER EQUIPMENT & TECHNOLOGY EXPO Ways to Register Web: www.SoldierEquipmentExpo.com/FortBragg Email: firstname.lastname@example.org w w w. SoldierEquipmentExpo. co m / Fo r t B ra g g Phone: 1-800-882-8684 VENUE & LODGING INFORMATION Fax: 646-378-6025, 24 hours a day Mail: IDGA 535 5th Avenue, 8th Floor New York, NY 10017 THE FORT BRAGG CLUB/LAFAYETTE ROOM Bldg. 1-4930, Armistead & Totten Streets Fort Bragg, North Carolina, United States SPONSORS: Military & Government** Package Expo Hall Conference Day One Conference Day Two Live Fire Day Visit www.SoldierEquipmentExpo.com or call 1-800-882-8684 to register today. Follow us #SoldierEquip or @SoldierEquip All Access SOCO ADVISORY 09-03: 7.(a) Admission fees of $645 per day or less for all attendees are considered reasonable costs worldwide for the purposes of JER 3-211 (a)(7). Dress Code: Military personnel are kindly requested to be in uniform. Appropriate attire for Industry is business casual. FREE FREE FREE FREE FREE FREE ** Military and Government only. The category does NOT include government contractors. Contractors are considered civilian/industry for the purpose of determining registration fees. Vendors MAKE CHECKS PAYABLE TO: IDGA A $99 processing charge will be assessed to all registrations not accompanied by credit card payment at the time of registration. * CT residents or people employed in the state of CT must add 6.35% sales tax. Details for making payment via EFT or wire transfer: JPMorgan Chase Penton Learning Systems LLC dba IDGA: 162525760 Package Expo Hall Conference Day One Conference Day Two ABA/Routing #: 021000021 Reference: Please include the name of the attendee(s) and the event number: 18109.009 Payment Policy: Payment is due in full at the time of registration and includes lunches and refreshments. Your registration will not be confirmed until payment is received and may be subject to cancellation. Please refer to www.idga.org/cancellation for cancellation, postponement and substitution policy Special Dietary Needs: If you have a dietary restriction, please contact Customer Service at 1-800-882-8684 to discuss your specific needs. ©2013 IDGA. All Rights Reserved. The format, design, content and arrangement of this brochure constitute a trademark of IDGA. Unauthorized reproduction will be actionable under the Lanham Act and common law principles. All Access FREE $399 $399 $689 Name ______________________________________________________ Job Title__________________________________________________________ Organization____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Address_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ City__________________________________________________________State/Province_______Country_________Zip/Postal Code_________________ Phone___________________________________________________________ Fax__________________________________________________________ E-Mail_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Approving Manager__________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Please check box if you are q Industry or q Military q Please keep me informed via email about this and other related events. q Check enclosed for $______________(Payable in US Dollars to IQPC) Please charge my: q AmEx q Visa q MasterCard q Discover Card #______________________________________________________ Exp Date:_______/________CVM Code:________ q I cannot attend, but please keep me informed of all future events. Details for making payment via EFT or wire transfer can be found on preceding page. GROUP DISCOUNTS AVAILABLE! Contact Customer Service at 1-800-882-8684 PLEASE PHOTOCOPY THIS FORM FOR TEAM REGISTRATIONS www.soldierequipmentexpo.com – 1-800-882-8684 – email@example.com 7
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