The Military Behavioral Healthcare will be held on March 18-20, 2013 | Washington D.C. IDGA’s Military Behavioral Healthcare will tackle the challenges faced by current soldiers, retiring service members and veterans.
It brings together a community of psychiatrists, psychologists, clinical social workers, doctors, nurses and other medical professionals dedicated to facilitating proper readjustment, service transition, diagnosis and preventive care. The event will encompass several areas on a soldier’s mental health as related to issues caused by combat and deployment. They can range from phobias, anxiety disorders, depression to obsessive-compulsive disorder – and most importantly, commonly experienced challenges such as PTSD, TBI, and Suicide.
The DoD VA Healthcare event will take place on May 20-23, 2013, at Fort Sam Houston, San Antonio, TX. DoD/VA Healthcare returns for its fourth year with its leading industry training forum showcasing the latest military medical technologies and providing an unparalleled educational experience for those involved in delivering patient care and support to service members and their families. 2013 speakers will include leading healthcare experts from military commands, university hospitals and veteran’s care organizations.
This year’s in-depth sessions will include 2 workshops and a main summit covering critical topics including Post Combat Care, Battlefield Healthcare, Electronic Health Records (EHR), Mental and Behavioral Health, Military Treatment Facilities CONUS, Pre and Post-Deployment Care/Services, TCCC Demo, Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), PTSD and Wounded Warrior Care.
The Mission Command event will be held on June 10-12, 2013, Washington D.C. Network access and interoperability is key for future battle space capabilities. These are tested on potential solutions through NIEs (Network Integration Evaluation). FY2013 has seen the kick start of the 14th NIE series.
NIE 14.1 which will take place in October 2013 will stress:
- Brigade and battalion command post mobility and scalability
- Network visualization on the common operational picture
- Aerial layer network extension/provide assured access for terrestrial network
- Integrated network assurance and network access control
In this era of complex operating environments, up to the second situational awareness and battle command and control effect the efficiency of our ground forces. Accordingly, IDGA brings you the longest running DoD centric Mission Command summit on network integration, force tracking and communication equipment guidance.
Join us today to learn from industry leaders about their imbedded solutions and apply their lessons learned to your own systems.
Get front and center with C2 officials to understand upcoming changes being planned by the Army, Marine Corps and other services that could affect your business – and give them feedback on what industry can accomplish.
IEEE Conference on Technologies for Homeland Security (IEEE HST 2013), November 12-14, 2013, Greater Boston, Massachusetts
The IEEE Conference on Technologies for Homeland Security (IEEE HST) is the leading international conference addressing the challenges of homeland security technology innovation gaps.
Since conception, this annual conference has gained prominence and recognition for bringing together science and technology leaders from around the world. This conference, organized by IEEE with technical support from DHS S&T, IEEE Boston Section, and IEEE-USA and organizational support from MIT Lincoln Laboratory, Raytheon, Battelle, and MITRE, brings together innovators from leading academic, industry, business, Homeland Security Centers of Excellence, and government programs to provide a forum to discuss ideas, concepts, and experimental results.
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International Military Helicopter conference will take place from January 29 to January 31, 2013, in London, UK. The conference provides a unique insight into the world of the rotary-wing commander, his requirements, and the lessons gleamed from recent operational experiences. It truly is an unmissable opportunity for senior military and industry representatives to engage in a two-way discussion about the future direction of helicopter fleets worldwide. Showcasing recent operational experiences from 12 different nations on topics ranging from enhancing attack capabilities to combat search and rescue, International Military Helicopter provides an ideal opportunity for the cross pollination of ideas, TTPs and exploring the evolving role of rotary-wing platforms in modern operations.
This year’s speaker panel includes Brigadier General Krzysztof Mitrega, Commander of the Polish First Army Aviation Brigade and Lieutenant Colonel Murat Karakus, from the Turkish Air Force. Discussing experiences and requirements emerging from the most up to date theatres and operations, it is a fantastic opportunity to learn about and influence the future role of the rotary-wing aircraft in contemporary environments. Alongside our exceptional speaker panel we are running a dedicated day focusing on the challenges and experiences of operating rotary-wing assets at night. With feedback from recent operational deployments off the coast of Libya, along with the latest training and technical developments, it is not a day to be missed.
Don’t miss the 13th annual Military Airlift conference, the largest bespoke Military Airlift conference in Europe, to be held on December 3-4, 2012 in Florence. Receive high-level briefings on the new ITAF KC767A tanker and other emerging platforms and hear first class presentations on: Tactical Airlift; Strategic Airlift; Aerial Refueling; Aeromedical Evacuation; Multinational Cooperation; Industry Opportunities; Requirements & Capability.
Key speakers include: Italian Air Force, NATO SHAPE, Royal Netherlands Air Force, USAF and NATO. Also delegates will have the chance to view displays of the KC-767s during the post-conference site visit to Pisa Air Force Base.
To register and for more information please visit http://www.smi-online.co.uk/militaryairlift33.asp