Welcome to the 2023 Future Artillery Forum, the world's longest-running and most prestigious conference on indirect fires.
Taking place over three days, Future Artillery 2023 will tackle the most pressing priorities within the indirect fires community, enhancing attendees understanding and hearing a range of perspectives throughout our dedicated sessions.
With the backdrop of the conflict in Ukraine, this year's event is poised to deliver an up-to-date and forward-looking agenda. This will highlight conversations around the composition of artillery units within the wider multi-domain battlespace, advances in range and precision, addressing logistical concerns when looking at ammunition supply chains, as well as leveraging C2ISR to enhance capability.
Providing the perfect opportunity to engage with experts from within the military, industry and academia, this year's Future Artillery conference is the ideal forum to converse with the whole artillery community. Alongside this, with high-level debates from across NATO and allied partners, the differing international perspectives are set to provide an even greater scope of expertise, only enhancing the excitement for this year's event.
We hope that you can join us in Munich from 30 May - 01 June 2023!
"Very valuable... it was extremely informative."
2023 Conference Chairman
Lieutenant General (Ret.) Carsten Jacobson, Former Commander Field Army and Vice Chief of the General Staff, German Army, Chairman, Future Artillery 2023
Colonel (Ret.) Paul Daniels, U.S. Army, Chairman, Future Artillery 2023
2023 Early Confirmed Speakers
Major General Darren Crook, Director Land Equipment, DE&S - UK MoD (subject to final confirmation)
Brigadier General Francesco Principe, Inspector of the Artillery Corps, Italian Army
Colonel Sergei Baronov, Chief of the Main Directorate of Artillery, Missiles and UAVs, General Staff of the the Armed Forces of Ukraine
Colonel Olaf Tuneke, General of the German Artillery & Commandant of the German Artillery School, German Army
Colonel Elliott Harris, Army Capabilities Manager for Brigade Combat Team Fires, Fort Sill, Fires Center of Excellence/Field Artillery School
Colonel Roman Bobal, Chief of Artillery, Slovak Armed Forces
Lieutenant Colonel Carsten Windsch, Branch Head (artillery/ joint fires), Army Concepts and Capabilities Development Center, German Army
Ricky Hart, Principal Adviser – Land Systems (Fires), DSTL
Per Mørkeberg, Chief Engineer, Head of Safety and ballistic division, Danish Artillery Regiment, Danish Army
Peter J. Burke, Deputy Project Manager, Combat Ammunition Systems (CAS), Joint PEO Armaments and Ammunition, US Army
Tim Ingersoll, Chief of Section, NATO Support and Procurement Agency (NSPA)
Thomas Willmann, MLRS System Manager, LM-R, NATO Support and Procurment Agency (NSPA)
Lieutenant Colonel Kenneth Nygren, Commander, Swedish Artillery School
Lieutenant Colonel Gregoire Solioz, Deputy Commander Trials and Training Support Command, Swiss Army
Major Dana R. Lafarier, Fires Threat Integration Staff Officer (TISO), HQDA G2, Foreign Intelligence Technology (DAMI-FIT), U.S. Army
Major Hwang Jung Hee, Manager of Artillery Projects Team, Defense Acquisition Program Administration (DAPA), Republic of Korea Armed Forces
Colonel (Ret.) John Musgrave, Former Commandant, Royal School of Artillery, British Army
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