Future Military Space Technology USA 2024 Conference

Contribute to the Future of Military Space with the Field's Key Players

June 3-4, 2024 - Los Angeles, CA, United States

Discover the Future of Military Space: Join Us for a Transformative Experience

Are you eager to gain a profound understanding of the United States Space Force's (USSF) vision for the future of military space and the driving factors behind it?

The upcoming Future Military Space Technology USA conference offers you an invaluable opportunity to not only comprehend the USSF's goals but also actively contribute to shaping our collective future.

At this event, you will delve into the USSF's approach, gaining insights that will empower you to effectively work towards future goals. You will be presented with a unique opportunity to understand and actively participate in USSF's pivot towards greater speed, agility and innovation in acquisition and deployment.

Join the conference and get a full ecosystem event where military, academia, think tanks, and partnership-enabling organizations converge.

This gathering is designed to foster collaboration between the USSF, the USAF, and industry players. Recognizing the imperative to leverage technology and talent, we're dedicated to securing the future security and prosperity of space - and you can be a crucial part of it.

What Sets Us Apart?

Imagine being at the center of the conversation around future space priorities, surrounded by key players driving developments. Our event, unlike any other, brings together entities from the:
  • Defense Innovation Unit (DIU)
  • Space Systems Command (SSC)
  • Space Information Sharing and Analysis Center (Space ISAC)
  • Air Force Research Laboratory
  • United States Air Force Academy
The conference will offer you a unique opportunity to actively shape the discourse.

What's New for 2024?

In 2024, will bring you a greater emphasis on partnership building initiatives and expanding the focus on broader ecosystem input. We're collaborating with the SSC front door and incorporating the key takeaways from the Space Futures Workshop Series. This ensures that our event reflects not only current but also future priorities in the dynamic landscape of military space.

Who Should Attend?

Are you in the industry, passionate about collaborating with the USSF and USAF to elevate US space efforts? Perhaps you're a warfighter, academic, or part of a think tank within the space ecosystem, focused on planning for the future. This event is tailored for individuals like you, eager to contribute to the dialogue around shaping the future of space.

Featured Speakers

  • Assistant Professor Madison Walker, IFC Fellow and DFPS Professor, United States Air Force Academy
  • Brigadier General Steven "Bucky" Butow, Director, Space Portfolio, Defense Innovation Unit
  • Bryant Allen Mishima-Baker, Chief of General Law, United States Air Force
  • Colonel (Ret.) Charles Galbreath, Senior Space Fellow, The Mitchell Institute
  • Colonel (Ret.) Jennifer Krolikowski, Former Chief Information Officer - Space Systems Command & CEO, Plan Z
  • Colonel Jeremy Raley, Space Vehicles Directorate, Integrated Experiments & Evaluation Division Chief, US Air Force Research Laboratory
  • Commander Michael Sanders, Assistant Professor, United States Naval Academy
  • Daniel Rice, China Military and Political Strategy SME, Marine Corps University
  • Deanna Ryals, Director, International Affairs, Space Systems Command, USSF
  • Dr Brendan S. Mulvaney, Director, China Aerospace Studies Institute, USAF
  • Dr Jaime Stearns, Space Control Mission Lead, Space Vehicles Directorate, Air Force Research Lab
  • Dr. Wendy Whitman Cobb, Associate Professor of Strategy and Security Studies, US Air Force
  • Erin Miller, Executive Director, Space ISAC
  • Jaime Stearns, Space Control Mission Lead, Space Vehicles Directorate, Air Force Research Lab
  • Lieutenant Colonel Aaron Celaya, Deputy Director, Warfighter Effectiv, United States Air Force Academy
  • Major Ben DeMarr, Program Manager, Next Gen Overhead Persistent Infrared OPIR Mission Payloads, Space Systems Command
  • Michael J Starks, Lead Rapid Architecture Prototyping and Integration Demonstration RAPID Laboratory, AFRL
  • Nicole Palmer, Chief Engineer and STEM Outreach Director, Space Systems Command
  • Professor David Burbach, Associate Professor, U.S. Naval War College
  • Sam Wilson, Senior Policy Analyst, The Aerospace Corporation
  • Samuel Visner, Chair, Board of Directors, Space ISAC
  • Victor Vigliotti, Director, Space Systems Command

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