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APRIL 11, 2002

Annual Award Dinner

The Ritz-Carlton, Tyson's Corner Invitation Only

Description

The Board of Directors and Trustees of the National Defense Industrial Association are holding the 2002 Annual Award Dinner honoring Senator Daniel K. Inouye.
APRIL 15-18, 2002

37th Annual Gun & Ammunition Conference & Exhibition Event #2590

Panama City, FL

Regular Registration Rates:

 G&A Rates Combined

Member $655 $850
Non-Member $705 $900
Government $470 $675
Non-Member Allied $710 $905


Description

This conference provides an international forum for the exchange of technical information and ideas, development plans and technology of present and future gun and ammunition systems and related integration technologies.

We encourage attendance at both the Gun & Ammunition and Missiles & Rockets Conferences. Combined rates are shown.
APRIL 17-19, 2002

3rd Annual Missiles & Rockets Conference & Exhibition Event #2630

Panama City, FL

Regular Registration Rates:

 M&R Rates Combined

Member $400 $850
Non-Member $455 $900
Government $300 $675
Non-Member Allied $460 $905


Description

This symposium promises to be a premier opportunity to gain insights into current and future missile systems and technologies. It also offers a wonderful forum to display your products and capabilities to a diverse audience of technical experts as well as government and industry leaders. We encourage attendance at both the Gun & Ammunition and Missiles & Rockets Conferences. Combined rates are shown.

APRIL 22-24, 2002

Atlanta Executive Seminar XXVIII [Invitation Only] Event #2510

Atlanta, GA

Regular Registration Rates:

Member: $860

Non-Member: $860

Government: $330

Description

This by-invitation-only CEO-level meeting brings together key government and industry acquisition decision makers for face-to-face discussions on issues of mutual concern. Presentations are designed to stimulate dialogue in the pursuit of reaching common-ground solutions.

APRIL 25, 2002

Strike, Land Attack & Air Defense Annual Symposium Event #2100

Laurel, MD

Regular Registration Rates:

Government: $175

Member: $220

Non-Member: $255

Description

"FORCEnet, the Single Integrated Picture (SIP) --- Enabling the Warfighter through Network Centric Warfare" is the theme of our Strike, Land Attack and Air Defense (SLAAD) Committee Annual Symposium. It will beheld at the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Lab's Kossiakoff Conference Center. FORCEnet is the architecture and building blocks of sensors, networks, decision aids, weapons, warriors, and supporting systems integrated into a highly adaptive, human centric, comprehensive system that operates from sea bed to space, and from sea to land.

Event

APRIL 29 - MAY 1, 2002 46th Annual NDIA Fuze Conference

Event #2560

San Antonio, TX

Regular Registration Rates:

Member: $610

Non-Member: $640

Government: $375

Description

Conference presentations showcase the latest government and industry requirements, developments, innovations, and programs related to munitions fuzing issues.

Event

APRIL 29-MAY 1, 2002 U.S. Coast Guard Innovation Expo

Event #2230

Baltimore, MD

Registration fees to be determined.

Description

See and discuss emerging Coast Guard innovations and needs to meet homeland security, environmental protection, search & rescue and other mission requirements. The Coast Guard is redefining business processes with an infusion of innovation and technology to meet the evolving requirements to safeguard our nation's ports and waterways. The Coast Guard will display innovative solutions as well as present the many challenges faced in maritime homeland security.

Event

MAY 6-10, 2002 Live Fire Test & Evaluation (Classified)

Event #2190

Monterey, California

Regular Registration Fees:

Member: $605

Non-Member: $660

Government: $495

Description

The National LFT&E Conference provides a biannual, classified (up to secret) forum for the purveyors of live fire test and evaluation to discuss such issues as planning and strategy practices, test and evaluation requirements, analytical tools, test methodologies, policy changes and lessons learned. It is the mission and responsibility of live fire test and evaluation and all those who ply this trade to ensure the equipment that arrives in the hands of our soldiers, sailors, airmen and marines is lethal, survivable, effective and maintainable.

Event

MAY 13 - 16, 2002

International Infantry & Joint Services Smell Arms Systems Section Symposium Exhibition & Firing Demonstration

Event #2610

Atlantic City, NJ

Regular Registration Rates:

Member: $605

Non-Member: $660

Government: $495

Non-Member Allied: $665

Description

At this symposium, the international infantry and small arms communities come together for technical paper presentations, informational speakers and exhibits of the hardware used by current and future defense organizations. A firing demonstration is scheduled where exhibitors can display their product capabilities. The symposium is expected to draw law enforcement, government, industry and international participants, in addition to a strong representation from all branches of the military NDIA looks forward to seeing you in Atlantic City.

Event

MAY 20-24, 2002 Global Demilitarization Symposium & Exhibition

Event # 2580

Lexington, KY

Regular Registration Rates:

Member: $670

Non-Member: $715

Government: $420

Description

This symposium supports Department of Defense efforts to reduce the stockpile of excess and obsolete conventional weapons. The program will focus on the global challenges and successes experienced in the disposition of energetic materials to include ongoing disposal, recycling, and reuse programs and research. Additionally, demilitarization policy updates will be provided as available.
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