AUSA’s Global Force Symposium Returns in 1 Week

AUSA’s Global Force Symposium Returns in 1 Week

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The Association of the U.S. Army’s 2023 Global Force Symposium and Exposition kicks off March 28, and there is still time to register.

Scheduled for March 28–30 at the Von Braun Center in Huntsville, Alabama, this will be the first in-person Global Force Symposium since 2019.

This year’s theme is “Designing and Sustaining the Army of 2040,” with keynote speeches and panel discussions focused on the continued transformation of the Army as the force prepares for a complex future battlefield.

Key speakers include Army Undersecretary Gabe Camarillo; Douglas Bush, assistant Army secretary for acquisition, logistics and technology; Gen. Gary Brito, commanding general of Army Training and Doctrine Command; and Gen. James Rainey, commanding general of Army Futures Command.

Global Force also will feature Gen. Charles Hamilton, who took command of Army Materiel Command and received his fourth star during a ceremony March 16. Hamilton, who most recently was the deputy Army chief of staff for logistics, G-4, succeeds Gen. Edward Daly, who is retiring after leading Materiel Command for almost three years.

In addition to keynote speeches and panel discussions, the Army will run the Warriors Corner from its booth in the Von Braun Center’s South Hall.

Scheduled over the three-day symposium, the Warriors Corner will feature presentations by Army leaders on topics such as strengthening relationships with allies and partners, modernizing the organic industrial base, the synthetic training environment, countering unmanned aerial systems on a multidomain battlefield, and predictive logistics.

There also will be almost 200 exhibits, showcasing the latest innovations from industry and the Army.

To register for Global Force, click here.

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