Past event: International Fighter Conference

Combat Air Power for Contested Environments

The International Fighter Conference (IFC), now in its 22nd year, has gained a reputation as the world's premier event for all elements of the fighter aircraft community. We are delighted to confirm the 2022 IFC will take place in Berlin.

With many nations having announced their future fighter platform, discussions will shift to cover in more detail Manned-Unmanned Teaming (MUM-T); Artificial Intelligence (AI); sustainment and logistics; electro-magnetic spectrum superiority; Live Virtual and Constructive (LVC) Training, weapons systems; and the collection, fusion and use of data, as well as the future role of the pilot, and national presentations on force structure and programme updates.

Attracting over 250 attendees drawn from both senior military officers and industry personnel spanning from the Americas, Europe, the Middle East and Asia the forum provide an annual opportunity for experts to keep at the cutting edge of airpower delivery in a quickly evolving operating environment

Top 4 Reasons to Attend IFC

  • Define a light attack blueprint which can support the delivery of decisive air-ground capability in the permissive operating environment
  • Integrate cyber, EW and the electromagnetic spectrum to sustain the operational edge in a contested battlespace
  • Optimise the management and fusion of data to support the attainment of information dominance for air operations and the joint force
  • Improve the training model by blending live and synthetic approaches, and support rapid and effective decision-making for the data-age pilot

Conference Chairman

  • General (Retd.) Frank Gorenc, Former Commander USAFE/AFAFRICA

IFC 2022 early confirmed speakers

  • General James B. Hecker, Commander, United States Air Forces in Europe – Air Forces Africa
  • Lieutenant General Russell l. Mack, Deputy Commander, Air Combat Command, U.S Air Force
  • Lieutenant General Richard G. Moore, Deputy Chief of Staff for Plans and Programs, HQ United States Air force
  • Major General Laurent Rataud, Deputy Chief of Staff, Plans and Programmes, French Air Force
  • Major General Sylvain Ménard, Chief Fighter Capability, Royal Canadian Air Force
  • Major Brigadier Raimundo Nogueira, Chief of Staff of COMPREP, Brazilian Air Force
  • Rear Admiral Andrew Loiselle, Director, Air Warfare Division, N98, Office of the Chief of Naval Operations, US Navy
  • Air Vice Marshal JA Yusuf, Chief of Policy and Plans, Nigerian Air Force
  • Richard Berthon, Director Future Combat Air, UK Ministry of Defence
  • Air Commodore Pete Robinson, Director General Air Combat Capability, Royal Australian Air Force
  • Brigadier General Holger ‘Hawk’ Neuman, Deputy Chief of Staff Plans and Policy, German Air Force
  • Brigadier General Jeffrey D. Valenzia, Director, Joint Force Integration, Deputy Chief of Staff for Strategy, Integration and Requirements, HQ United States Air Force
  • Colonel Tucker “Cinco” Hamilton, Director, DAF-MIT AI Accelerator, U.S. Department of the Air Force (Tentative)
  • Colonel Rupert Ficker-Reißing, Subdivision Manager, German Air Force
  • Colonel Eric Onnouw, Flight Surgeon, Commander, Center for Man in Aviation (CML), Royal Netherlands Air Force
  • Lieutenant Colonel Nicholas Ervin, F-16 Branch Chief, Weapons Division, United States Air Force
  • Group Captain Paul Froome, Deputy to Assistant Chief of Staff, Combat Air, Air Capability Delivery, Royal Air Force
  • Captain Sparky Macleod, Programme Director Carrier Strike, Royal Navy
  • Jussi ‘Miyagi’ Halmetoja, Operations Advisor – Air Domain, Saab Aeronautics
  • Donn Yates, Director, Business Development, Boeing
  • Steve Reeves, Head of Strategy Advanced Projects & Systems, Future Systems Engineering, BAE Systems - Air
  • Bruno Fichefeux, Head of the Future Combat Air. System (FCAS), Airbus
  • Captain (ret) Dan Stembridge, CEO WholeShip, WholeShip
  • AM (Ret'd) Sir Christopher Harper, Former DG, NATO International Military Staff, Royal Air Force
  • Lt. Gen (Ret'd) Rubén C. García Servert, Former Commander, NATO Combined Air Operations Centre Torrejon, Spanish Air Force
  • Oscar Bladh, Project Manager, Survivability & EW Gripen E, FMV
  • Justin Bronk, Senior Research Fellow for Airpower, RUSI

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Venue

Berlin Marriott Hotel
Inge-Beisheim-Platz 1, 10785
Berlin, Germany
T: +49.30.22.000.6047

Group Rate: EURO 255 per night, excluding applicable taxes and fees

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Cut-off date: 15th September 2022 (After that time, the group rate will be offered based on hotel availability only.) Rate is available 3 days prior and 3 days post the event dates. However, these rates are subject to availability and will not be available past the group cut of date.
Event details
Organizer : IQEU
Event type : Conference
Reference : ASDE-23719