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Next Generation of Light Armored Vehicles Summit
Technologies Providing Maximum Protection & Reducing the Logistics Footprint

13 November, 2012 - 15 November, 2012, Washington, DC, United States

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The evolution of our highly successful Light Armored Vehicle & Stryker Summit: Located in Washington, DC, the Summit will deliver the latest information regarding the new agile and adaptive light vehicle platforms, advancements in integrated and interoperable systems, and new capabilities for providing fast and lethal troop support in any environment at any time. Highlighted at this event will be the many opportunities for development and growth in the domestic and light armored vehicles industry.

In-depth discussions will cover:

  • New Priorities for Moderrnization and Re-equipping of Light Armored Vehicles programs
  • The Latest Components for Upgrade and Systems Integration
  • The New Terrain: Emerging Areas of Operations and Capabillities Needed
  • Latest Acquisition Efforts for Light Vehicles during 2013 Evolving Budgets
  • Next Generation of the Humvee: The New Light Armored Tactical Vehicles in Pre-Production
  • Case Study: Emerging Armored Multi Purpose Vehicle Program


"Well presented with detailed information."
Program Manager, BAE Systems Land Systems

"Fascinating insights – well presented and organized."
Consultant, DRS Technologies

"Excellent presentation. Very happy to see IDGA bringing in top engineers and scientists to discuss solutions with various materials."
VP & General Manager, Industeel USA

Who you will meet at the Next Generation Light Armored Vehicles:

Professionals with the following job titles

  • Program Executive Officers
  • Research and Requirements Directors
  • Business Development Directors
  • Program Managers
  • Engineering Directors
  • Senior Analysts

United States Marine Corps RepresentativesPEO Land Systems

  • PM LAV
  • Marine Corps Combat Development (MCCD)
  • Marine Corps Land Systems

Industry Leaders From

  • Lockheed Martin
  • Northrop Grumman
  • General Dynamics Land Systems
  • OshKosh
  • AM General
  • Navistar
  • Textron
  • DEW Engineering

United States Army Representatives

  • M Stryker Brigade Combat Team
  • Joint Combat Support Systems
  • The United States Army: Research Development and Engineering Command (RDECOM)
  • US Army Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC)
  • US Army Corps of Engineers

Venue & Accommodations

Washington Marriott Wardman Park
2660 Woodley Road NW
Washington, District Of Columbia 20008 USA

Even among the most sophisticated hotels in Washington, DC, Wardman Park Marriott rises above the rest. With a blend of charm, modern elegance and a historic landmark setting, this NW Washington, DC hotel's stunning guest rooms, extensive event space and impeccable service make it the perfect choice for business and leisure travelers. Situated on 16 garden acres, this hotel in NW Washington, DC has hosted a long list of U.S. Presidents, dignitaries and VIPs. With 1,314 guest rooms including 125 VIP suites, plus an outdoor pool and sundeck, our hotel is the perfect place for vacationers to enjoy their down time. Families will delight in our close proximity to the National Zoo and other top area attractions. With 195,000 sq ft of event space and 95,000 sq ft of exhibit space, meeting and conference planners find Washington Marriott Wardman Park a perfect venue for events of any size. Additionally, the comprehensive conference services and expert staff ensure that every event runs smoothly and flawlessly.

Group Rate - $226 plus 14.5%

Please identify you are part of the IQPC/IDGA Next Generation Light Armored Vehicles group to ensure the special rate. Note that you are eligible for this rate three day prior and three days post the event (based on availability). Book your room prior to Sunday, November 11, 2012
Reservations Number– 1 (800) 228-9290 or (202) 328-2000.

The agenda is available as PDF under downloads.

2012 speakers:

  • Colonel Mark Brinkman, Director, LAV Program, USMC
  • CWO-4 Richard Weaver, Maintenance Officer, PM, AAA, Logistics, United States Marine Corps
  • Lieutenant Colonel Aaron Roberson, Deputy Director, Logistics, Stryker Program
  • David Branham, Congressional & Public Affairs PEO, Land Systems, Marine Corps Systems Command
  • Michael Gallagher, Program Manager, Expeditionary Power Systems, Marine Corps Systems Command
  • Douglas R. Bush, Professional staff Member, House Armed Services Committee
  • William Graveline, Army Acquisition Programs, Force Structure and Planning Issues, Defense Capabilities and Management Team, U.S. Government Accountability Office
  • Dr. George Mason, Senior Research Civil Engineer, US Army Corps of Engineers
  • Dr. James Fergusson, Director, Centre for Defense and Security Studies, Canada
  • Jeffrey Banks, Department Head/Research Engineer, Applied Research Laboratory, The Pennsylvania State University
  • Dr. Karl Reichard, Department Head/Research Engineer, Applied Research Laboratory, The Pennsylvania State University
  • Barry N. Tyree, Government Operations, AM General
  • Meg Kulungowski, Director, Government Relations, Navistar Defense
  • Edward Crow, Division Head/Research Engineer, Applied Research Laboratory, The Pennsylvania State University
  • Dr. John Simpson, Senior Research Scientist, Oak Ridge National Lab


Event details

13 November, 2012
15 November, 2012
Washington Marriott Wardman Park
District Of Columbia
United States


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