Environmental Management and Security for Defense

Venue: Sheraton National

Location: Arlington, Virginia, United States

Event Date/Time: Oct 25, 2004 End Date/Time: Oct 27, 2004
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Environmental Management and Security for Defense will discuss the need for maintaining the primary mission of military preparedness while continuing a policy of environmental stewardship.

This program will address a number of issues that are central to achieving the balance between environmental regulations and the unique needs of today's military:

Unexploded ordinance

Frequency encroachment

Competition for air space

Noise laws

Urban sprawl

Clean Air Act

Marine regulatory laws

IDGA has assembled and unparalleled speaker faculty that includes:

Brigadier General Willie Williams, USMC
Director, Installations & Logistics
US Marine Corps

Brigadier General Robert Barnes, USA (retired)
Senior Policy Advisor
The Nature Conservancy

Janice Larkin
Range Sustainment Initiative Outreach
Office of the Secretary of Defense

Deborah Potter
Environmental Chief
US Army Installation Management Activity Command

Jonathan Haliscak
RSU Program Manager
US Air Force

Eva Armstrong
Director, Division of State Lands
State of Florida, Dept. of Environmental Protection

Virginia Dale
Program Manager
Oak Ridge National Lab

Aileen C. Smith
Environmental Compliance
Fleet Forces Command Environmental

Colonel Chris King, USA
Professor and Head, Department of Geography and Environmental Engineering
United States Military Academy