Air Mission Planning and Support Conference

Enhancing Air Power Through Effective Mission Management Systems

April 6-7, 2022 - London, United Kingdom

Conference Proceedings

Standard Price

US$ 623.75

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We are delighted to announce the 13th annual Air Mission Planning and Support conference, taking place on the 6th - 7th April 2022 in London, United Kingdom.

Operating in the information warfare age brings its own unique opportunities and challenges, as nations seek to enhance air power, while guarding against potential vulnerabilities and managing unprecedented volumes of data. This meeting will provide a stage to discuss new and innovative systems, and efforts to upgrade, modernise and improve existing platforms, as allied air forces continue to seek the operational edge.

Topics discussed include:

  • (pre)flight data management
  • multi-domain command and control
  • operating in a degraded environment
  • 5th generation integration
  • and many  more...

Benefits of Attending

  • A unique opportunity to engage with key senior leaders, strategic planners and operators, from host nation and international air forces from around the world
  • Examine the latest developments in air mission planning, with a truly holistic event providing briefs covering fast-jet, heavy-lift and rotary perspectives, from advanced tactical simulators to the operator's view
  • Listen to detailed updates on topics such as; fifth generation integration, multi-domain command and control, data-management considerations, and more
  • Benefit from unrivalled networking opportunities, as senior personnel from the military, government, and industry come together to discuss the future challenges, technologies and solutions across the world


  • Air Commodore (Ret.) Rich Barrow CBE, Air Sector Information Advantage Business Development Manager, BAE Systems
  • Colonel David F. Radomski, Director Air Force SEEK EAGLE Office , United States Air Force
  • Colonel Mark Lachapelle, Commander of 22 Wing / Canadian Forces Base North Bay, Royal Canadian Air Force
  • Dr David Jordan, Director, Freeman Air & Space Institute, King’s College London
  • Group Captain (ret.) Bob Daisley, Independent Consultant & Former PM Joint Operational Doctrine, Joint Forces Command
  • Lieutenant Colonel Ben Wood, C2 Squadron Commander, Heavy Airlift Wing, USAF
  • Lieutenant Colonel Eligijus Ruksnaitis, Head of Air Ops, Current Operations A3, Lithuanian Air Force
  • Lieutenant Colonel Freek van Heck, Section Head Air Command and Control/ C4ISR, Royal Netherlands Air Force
  • Lieutenant Colonel Jens Mieckley, Executive Officer to the General Manager of NAPMA , NATO AEW&C Programme Management Agency (NAMPA)
  • Lieutenant Colonel Jonathan Clow, Business Development, ACT Innovation, NATO Allied Command Transformation
  • Lieutenant Colonel Matthew Wemyss, Chief, Air Combat Command AOC/AFFOR Branch , ACC/A3CO, United States Air Force
  • Lieutenant Colonel Mike Carty, Lighting SO1 Ops and Training, Combat Air Force Headquarters, RAF
  • Major (ret.) Kay Averhoff, Lead Operational Advisor, FCAS Multi Domain Mission Planning and Mission Management , Airbus
  • Major Ray Reeves, Tactical Air Control Party Officer, U.S. Space Command
  • Mr Jens Keinath, Project Manager Air Operations Systems, Airbus
  • Mr Kenneth L Kash, Materiel Leader Combat Air Forces , Airspace Mission Planning Division, United States Air Force
  • Mr Paul Spedding, Head Defence Strategy Marketing and Innovation, BAE Systems
  • Mr Troy Warshel, Principal Director/Deputy Assistant Secretary, Air Force Operational Energy, U.S. Air Force
  • Mrs Steph McMenamin, Head of Information Advantage, BAE Systems

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St James' Court
Buckingham Gate,
London, United Kingdom

Event details
Organizer :SAE Media Group
Event type :Conference
Attendance :Physical Event
Reference :ASDE-23350