Space, Network Symposium Planned in California

Space, Network Symposium Planned in California

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A one-day forum on Army space, cyber, electronic warfare and network programs will be hosted June 22 in Huntington Beach, Calif., by the Association of the U.S. Army’s Greater Los Angeles Chapter.

To be held at the Hyatt Regency Huntington Beach Hotel, the symposium will feature speakers from the Army, DoD, academia and industry in a discussion focused on one of the priority areas for modernization.

Keynote speakers will include Lt. Gen. Eric J. Wesley, U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command’s deputy commanding general/futures and Army Capabilities Integration Center director, and Maj. Gen. Neil Thurgood, the Missile Defense Agency’s director for test.

Lt. Gen. James H. Dickinson, U.S. Army Space and Missile Defense Command commander, will lead a panel looking at current and future cyber and electronic warfare threats. Army, Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency and industry experts will take part in the discussion. A second panel, also of Army and industry representatives, will discuss critical space enablers.

Attendance will be limited to about 150 people. More details on the event are available here: