AUSA ILW LANPAC Symposium and Exposition 2017

2017-05-23 - 2017-05-25
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The Association of the United States Army’s 2017 LANPAC Symposium & Exposition is a world-class, international event highlighting the role of land forces in the Indo-Asia-Pacific theater and their contributions to the Joint Force in peace and war. The strategic location of Hawaii brings together government and industry representatives from our allies in the Indo-Asia-Pacific theater. Over the course of three days, Industry and the U.S. interagency team examine: Information assurance and cyber activities in steady state and contingency operations; Leveraging science & technology in maintaining joint land force operational readiness; Contingency preparedness by working with Non-Government Organizations (NGOs) and academia before and during crises; Communication interoperability in joint and combined contingency operations; Partnership with NGOs; Humanitarian assistance and disaster response.
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WHO CAN ATTEND THIS EVENT: The 2017 AUSA ILW LANPAC Symposium and Exposition is open to all interested parties, military and civilian government personnel. There is no registration fee for Military/Government personnel.
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The 2017 LANPAC Exposition is an integral part of this three-day symposium. Don’t miss the opportunity to put your products and services in front of industry and military leaders! ACCESS to more than 1,500 dynamic attendees, including those from military commands who are interested in using your products and/or services to help prepare them for the future.

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