Eurosatory Features More Than 140 US Exhibitors

Eurosatory Features More Than 140 US Exhibitors

Eurosatory ribbon cutting
Photo by: AUSA

The USA Security and Defense Pavilion at the Eurosatory international defense and security exposition outside of Paris opened June 13 for a weeklong slate of events that includes presentations by U.S. Army and defense industry leaders.

The USA Pavilion is organized by the Association of the U.S. Army. This year, with 110 exhibitors, it is the largest national pavilion, covering more than 3,000 square meters.

On June 13, retired Gen. Bob Brown, AUSA president and CEO, opened the pavilion with a ribbon-cutting ceremony alongside Douglas Bush, the assistant Army secretary for acquisition, logistics and technology, and U.S. Ambassador to France and Monaco Denise Campbell Bauer.

The USA Security and Defense Pavilion is one of 39 national pavilions at the 2022 exhibition. In all, there are 1,726 exhibitors from 63 countries—among them are more than 140 U.S. businesses.

Throughout the week, U.S. Army leaders are scheduled to speak at the USA Security and Defense Pavilion’s Speakers Corner. Brown also is scheduled to speak. 

There will be presentations from Army Futures Command’s Synthetic Training Environment and Next-Generation Combat Vehicle cross-functional teams, and there will be talks featuring leaders from U.S. Army Europe and Africa, the Army Combat Capabilities Development Command and more.

There will be a celebration June 14 to mark the Army’s 247th birthday, and there will be outdoor exhibits, including equipment and aircraft, presented by AUSA, Army Europe and Africa and the Defense Security Cooperation Agency.

Eurosatory, the world’s largest international land security and defense trade show, is usually held every other year, but this is the first exhibition in four years because of COVID-19 restrictions. This year, the 27th exposition since the event was established in 1967, cyber and land robotics are among the big trends. There are more than 60 drone manufacturers and more than 80 companies with anti-aircraft systems.

For a list of exhibitors, click here.