The Air Land Integration Conference
will be held in Swindon, United Kingdom on the 7th & 8th September 2022.
The ALI conference
aims to examine the synergistic employment of lethal and non-lethal effects by Air and Land forces to meet a Commander's intent and provide a forum for best practice. The conference will be run in cooperation with the Joint Air Liaison Organisation at RAF Air Command and chaired by Col Bill Bolam OBE, Commander JALO. The conference will be attended by military, government and industry personnel involved with relevant programmes and will hear from a range of international speakers about national and multinational efforts in this area.
The conference will share operational experiences and future strategies from militaries across Europe, North America and Middle East.
The focus of military thinking has returned to conventional operations and countering a near peer threat. This must be done against a background of increased threat and financial restraint that will put training and equipment programmes under pressure. ALI 2022
will feature presentations from various nations that focus on the preparation, training, equipment and Joint Fires support provided to the Multi Domain Battlespace. Topics to be covered include:
- Air Land Integration
- Digital Interoperability
- Doctrinal Updates
- Air Platform Capabilities
- National Equipment & Training Programmes
- Synthetic Training
The ALI Conference
will be attended by requirements and acquisition officials from the Land and Air Systems divisions on national procurement bodies, as well as senior military Officers from nations across the world. Also present will be the senior management of the leading industry contractors providing relevant technologies.
ALI Conference Chairman
- Col Bill Bolam OBE, Commander, Joint Air Liaison Organisation, RAF Air Command
Confirmed keynote speakers at this point are:
- Mr Stuart Whitehead, Chair, Joint Fire Support Executive Steering Committee, United States
- Major General Kevin Copsey, Chief of Staff, HQ Allied Rapid Reaction Corps (HQ ARRC)
- Mr Richard Smart, Senior Reporting Officer Joint Effects, British Army Programmes
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