Air / Land Integration And Joint Fire Support 2010
Venue: CCT Venues-Canary Wharf
|Event Date/Time: May 20, 2010||End Date/Time: May 21, 2010|
|Early Registration Date: Apr 23, 2010|
Lessons learned from operations and recommendations for capability improvements:
What are the key findings from the Joint Air Land Organisationâ€™s Project Coningham-Keyes Phase II, the UKâ€™s leading venture for addressing lessons identified from current operations, outlining the way head for A/LI in the areas of concepts and C2, battlespace and ISTAR, and training and simulation.
What are the tools and softwares that are enabling joint fires? Insight into the Norwegian Special Operations Commandâ€™s FAC/NAV Joint Fires tool and feedback from fielding, and a complete review of Canadaâ€™s Joint Fires Support Technology Demonstrator programme including a proposed Joint Fires Concept of Operations and future requirements for equipment, doctrine and structures.
Structural and procedural enhancements to improve A/LI and information exchange: An HQ-level perspective on what is required to better integrate the services from NATO Allied Rapid Reaction Corpsâ€™ Joint Fires and Influence Branch and an assessment of the US Air Forceâ€™s plans for a Joint Air Ground Integration Cell from Air Combat Command.
Delivering realistic and affordable joint training to enhance A/LI: How is this achieved in the US by Joint Forces Commandâ€™s Joint Fires Integration and Interoperability Team?