PROVIDING ADVANCED, MULTI-GENERATIONAL, INTERCONNECTED AND JOINT
OPERATIONS READY AIR POWER TO ASSURE AIR DOMINANCE AMONGST ALLIES AND
MAINTAIN GLOBAL STABILITY
Following its powerful inaugural iteration in 2019, our International Fighter USA 2020
bring an updated and even more expansive look into the most important
component in dominating the sky and winning the future battlespace.
the Under Secretary of Defense, 10 US Generals and SES from across the
services and 9 senior global allies, the speaker faculty for the 2019
event was second to none and provided local and international
perspectives that delivered a unified message - Air dominance can be
maintained not through one line of same fighter capabilities, but
through full integration of existing capabilities across allied nations
while developing an interconnected, technologically superior next
generation of fighters.
Listening to the needs and priorities of
our forces and allies, our International Fighter USA 2020 summit is once
again designed to bring cutting edge perspectives from prominent
decision makers to address the leading themes in global fighter
priorities from USAF, DoD and international allies and provide answers
to the challenges of 4th and 5th generation integration, next generation
fighters, multi-domain joint operations, multi-generation fighter
interconnectivity, light attack capabilities, loyal wingman, future
mounted weapons systems and more.
Join us this July 8-10 in
Washington D.C. for direct access to briefs, panels and over 10 hours of
networking with the biggest names and the leading partners advancing
fighter capability and strategies to maintain global stability. This is
your opportunity to take an active part in shaping the present and
future of our skys.
This year's summit will cover topics including:
- Mapping the Current Multi Domain Battlespace Where F-35, F-22 are the leading players
- Advancing Mission Readiness Through Multi-Disciplinary And Multi-Generational Fighters' Training
- Maximizing Efficiency Of Existing Fighter Jets
- Gearing Up For A Faster, Stronger And Technologically Reliant Air Combat
- Adapting To The Airspace Growing Demands While Improving The Excising Products
- Current and Future UAS's supporting & operating alongside fighter jets
- Measures To Maximizing The Light Attack Fighters Deployment Proficiency And Usability
- Creating The 6th Generation Fighter Jet Shopping List And Leading Needed Capabilities
- Enhancing Sensor Systems In Fighter Jets To Support C4ISR And Create Real-time Advantage
- Advancing Cyber Warfare Countermeasures To Support The 5th Generation Fighters
- Lieutenant General Eric T. Fick, Program Executive Officer for the F-35 Lightning II Joint Program Office, DoD
- Rear Admiral Rich "Snap" Brophy, Commander, Naval Aviation Warfighting Development Center, US Navy
- Major General Frederic Parisot, Deputy Chief of Staff for Procurement, The French Air Force
- Major General Ireneusz Starzynski, Commander Air Operations Centre, Polish Air Component Command
- Air Commodore Terry van Haren, The Australian Air Attache' in Washington, DC, Royal Australian Air Force
- Brigadier General Amir Keren, Israeli Air Force Attache and the Deputy Defense Attache to the United States, Israel Defense Forces
- Colonel Michael P. Allison, Commander of the 56th Maintenance Group, 56th Fighter Wing
- International Fighter Panel Participant Colonel Rupert Ficker-Reissing, ACOS Plans, Programs and Development, German Air Force
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