TRANSFORMING LOGISTICS AND ENGINEERING FOR THE PEER FIGHT
As NATO transforms force structures and TTPs for the peer fight, defence logistics and military engineering will undergo a transformation. The job will remain the same, but new challenges and constraints imposed by our adversaries will need to be overcome.
What constraints will our adversaries impose? How will we overcome new challenges? What new opportunities will this transformation create? What new technologies will be pivotal to minimising disruption and ensuring resilience? These are among the questions that logistics commanders and military engineers from across NATO will discuss during Combat Support Week Online
on 17th and 18th February 2021.
Running across two days of presentations and virtual networking opportunities, Combat Support Week Online
will provide maximum access and participation for our global community, protected from the potential for ongoing disruption by COVID-19. Hosted on a secure online platform, conference sessions are timed to facilitate international participation: 0900-1430 (EST), 1400-1930 (GMT), 2200-0430 (SGT). Sessions will also be made available on-demand where permission has been granted.
All serving military personnel are being offered free registration for this event, allowing for broader participation across ranks, specialities and geographies. Make sure to book your place as soon as possible!
Why Attend Combat Support Week Online?
- ASSESS CRITICAL REQUIREMENTS AND EMERGING TECHNICAL DEMANDS to support the deployment and maintenance of a combat force in theatre
- ACHIEVE TOTALY VISIBILITY OF THE DEFENCE SUPPLY CHAIN by taking advantage of the latest predictive analytics systems
- COLLABORATE WITH SENIOR NATO LEADERS in defence supply chain transformation to align your asset management systems with new models
- ENABLE MOBILITY, MOMENTUM AND CAPABILITY by identifying innovative, cost-efficient solutions to modernise operational capabilities
- SUPPORT FORCE MOBILITY through developing the latest capabilities in deployed bridging solutions
Who Will You Meet?
Military/Government Representatives, Requirements Generation, Plans & Policy, Acquisition Officers, R&D, Commanders for:
- Engineer corps, battalions, brigades, regiments
- Combat support plans
- G4, J4, A4
- Construction engineering
- Installation of military facilities
- Energy sustainability & management systems
- Water purification
- Environmental protection
- Force transformation
- Vehicles, camps, mobility Packages
- Geospatial engineering
- Supply chain management and transformation
Defence Industry: Business Development Directors, Marketing Managers, Product Strategists and Sales Managers representing solution providers for:
- Route clearance
- Unmanned ground systems
- Predictive Analytics
- Counter-IED remote technology
- C-IED/EOD/Explosive hazards devices
- Land systems
- Force training programmes
- Bridge-laying capabilities
- Geospatial intelligence
- Perimeter defence and blast protection
- Water purification systems
- Third party logistics support
- SCM & ERP software solutions
- Critical resource providers
- Lieutenant General Sam C. Barrett, Director for Logistics, U.S. Joint Staff
- Roger West, Director, Logistics Delivery, Defence Equipment & Support, UK MoD
- Rear Admiral Richard D. Heinz, Director for Logistics, U.S. European Command
- Rear Admiral Ian Murray, Commander, Logistics Command, Australian Department of Defence
- Major General Angelo Gervasio, Technical Commander, Logistics Command, Italian Army
- Major General John Mead OBE, Chief of Staff, Allied Rapid Reaction Corps
- Major General David Hill, Deputy Commanding General, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
- Brigadier General Robert Wilhelm, Deputy Commander, Logistics Command, Bundeswehr
- Colonel Derek Jansen, J4 Director, U.S. Special Operations Command
- Colonel James Burke, Director of Engineer Corps, Irish Defence Forces
- Colonel Sam Stuthridge OBE, Assitant Head,Manoeuvre Support, Ground Manoeuvre Capability,, British Army
- Lieutenant Colonel Ralph Peter, Commander, Armoured Engineer Battalion 803, German Army
- Lieutenant Colonel Sean Matten, Deputy Director, NATO Military Engineering Centre of Excellence
- Nicholas Boone, Senior Scientific Technical Manager (SSTM) Tech Director, Force Projection/Maneuver Support Engineer, U.S. Army Engineer Research and Development Center
- Dr Michael Ling, Project S&T Adviser, Deployable Force Infrastructure, Land Division, DST Group, Australian MoD
0900-1430 (EST), 1400-1930 (GMT), 2200-0430 (SGT)
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