SMi Group's Air Mission Planning conference

Dale Butler
Dale ButlerOwner and Managing Director at SMI Group en SMI Group

SMi Group's Air Mission Planning 2015 conference returns for its 6th year in a new time slot. This year's event has moved to July from its usual June slot. Join us in London

6th - 7th
JULY
2015
Holiday Inn Regents Park Hotel, London, UK
air Commodore paddy teakle, Deputy Commander,
NATO AEW&C Force Command, NatO
Brigadier General Holt, United States Deputy Military
Representative to the NATO Military Committee, North
atlantic treaty Organization (NatO)
Colonel Reinhard Krell, Director, movement Coordination
Centre Europe
lieutenant Colonel Cory "Fargo" Jeffers, Commander,
13th asOs, Fort Carson, CO (Usa)
lieutenant Colonel Rafael Fernandez-shaw Dominguez,
Operations Division, spanish air Force
lieutenant Colonel Jaroslav mika, Deputy Wing
Commander, 21st TAW, Caslav, Czech air Force
Colonel Giorgio seravalle, ITAF Air Mobility and Special
Forces Command, Chief Operations and Exercises,
italian air Force (itaF)
Colonel Gungor Ozer, Instructor,
turkish air War College
squadron leader Derek Reinhardt, Lead-In Fighter
Capability Assurance Program – Resident Project Team ,
Tactical Fighter Systems Program Office, Australian
Defence Materiel Organisation, Royal australian air Force
George Onslow, Scientific Advisor, Air War Force Centre,
Army Head Quarters, RaF
Dimitrios petridis, Programme Manager of the Aviation
Support Programme Office, NatO support agency (Nspa)
John l mahaffey, Senior Scientist, Joint ISR Services, NatO
Communications and information agency
Diego Ruiz palmer, Special Advisor to the Secretary
General for Economics and Security, Economics and
Security Assessments Unit, NatO HQ
sean Bell, Managing Director, Vangovion ltd
WHY attEND tHis EVENt:
• Understand Planning Processes
• Explore Interoperability and Mission Support Systems
• Learn to effectively operate in a variety of different
war theatres
• Optimise Collaborative Mission Planning
• Explore the role of Electro-Magnetic spectrum in Air
Mission Planning
• Use of Network Technology for Multi-Ship debrief
• Integrate Technological Tools for Preparation of
Flight Information
KEYNOtE aDDREssEs FROm:
CONFERENCE spEaKERs iNClUDE:
CHaiRmEN 2015:
SMi present the 6th Annual Conference on
www.airmissionplanning.co.uk
Register online or call us on +44 (0) 20 7827 6000
HalF-DaY pOst-CONFERENCE am WORKsHOp
8tH JUlY 2015
logistics support to Emerging Forces
Hosted by:
steve Oakley msc Ba(Hons) Cilt, Managing Director
logistics & training solutions international ltd
@smiGroupDefence
Air Mission Planning
Mission System Management: Multi-Force
Air Operation in Deployed Environments
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DaY ONE i 6th July 2015 www.airmissionplanning.co.uk
8.30 Registration & Coffee
9.00 Chairman's Opening Remarks
Diego Ruiz palmer, Head, Economics and Security
Assessments Unit (ESA), NatO Headquarters
HOst NatiON OpENiNG aDDREss
9.10 planning Contingent Operations
• Improving Safety/Risk whilst maintaining efficiency,
• Understanding Movements Fusion and Multi Modality
• Addressing Compassionate Cell issues
Nick maxey, SO1 Airlift, Defence Supply Chain Ops and
Movements, RaF
9.50 movement Coordination Centre Europe
• The Military Transportation Broker
• Current M&T business AFG, Europe, Africa and NATO,
EU exercises (current AT and AAR situation and
availability)
• Analysing the current demand of air capabilities in
Europe and beyond
• Assessing the operational readiness for future
challenges
Colonel Reinhard Krell, Director, movement
Coordination Centre Europe
10.30 morning Coffee
11.00 Hegemony and air & space power
• Globalization
• Actors of global system
• Analysis of Global System
• Powers today
• Projection of the powers toward 2040s
• Turkey's position in 2040's
• Hegemony and Air and Space Power
• SWOT Analysis of Air & Space Power
• Increasing value of Air & Space Power in 21st century
• The role of Air & Space Power in gaining the political
goals of war The role of Air & Space Power in being a
hegemonic power
Colonel Gungor Özer, Instructor,
turkish air War College
OptimisiNG OpERatiONal EFFECtiVENEss
11.40 Close air support
• Mission of the 13th ASOS and TACP
• Applications in Joint and Coalition support
• Close Air Support future outlook
lieutenant Colonel Cory Jeffers, Commander,
13th ASOS, Fort Carson, Us air Force
12.20 Networking lunch
13.30 mission support - the Developing Challenge
• Contemporary Operating Environment Changing Fast
• Legacy Bespoke Equipment Limiting Potential
• Urgent Need to Improve Interoperability and Tempo
• Commercial Challenge to Meet Customer
Requirements
sean Bell, Managing Director, Vangovion ltd
KEYNOtE aDDREss
14.10 moving On — adapting Command and Control
• Future challenges need new approaches
• Maintenance of Core Competencies
• Relearning the criticality of the Electro-magnetic
spectrum
• Situational awareness is no longer sufficient
air Commodore paddy teakle, Deputy Commander
NATO AEW&C Force Command, NatO
14.50 afternoon tea
missiON maNaGEmENt aND iNtEROpERaBilitY
15.20 air mission planning in special air Operations
•Planning Processes
•Air Mission Planning for the Infil/Exfil Phases
•Route Planning
•SAO in Spain
lieutenant Colonel Rafael Fernandez shaw, Staff Officer,
spanish airforce
paNEl DisCUssiON
16.00 How can we optimise military support systems in a
multi- Force air Operation
Colonel Reinhard Krell, Director, movement
Coordination Centre Europe
Diego Ruiz palmer, Special Advisor to the Secretary
General for Economics and Security, Economics and
Security Assessments Unit, NatO HQ
Rafael Fernandez shaw, Staff Officer, spanish airforce
Nick maxey, SO1 Airlift, Defence Supply Chain Ops and
Movements, RaF
16.50 Chairman's Closing Remarks and Close of Day One
Register online at www.airmissionplanning.co.uk • alternatively fax your registration t
supported by
aiR missiON plaNNiNG CONFERENCE
www.airmissionplanning.co.uk DaY tWO i 7th July 2015
8.30 Registration & Coffee
9.00 Chairman's Opening Remarks
sean Bell, Managing Director,
Vangovion ltd
missiON plaNNiNG iN pRaCtiCE : a REal CasE stUDY
OpENiNG aDDREss
9.10 air power strategy formulation and the power of
disruptive red teaming
• Gaps in investment
• Weak red teaming scenarios
• Overarching training missions
• Overarching training missions
Brigadier General Holt, United states Deputy military
Representative to the NatO military Committee   
tECHNOlOGiCal issUEs aND plaNNiNG
9.50 integration and certification of mission planning and
post mission debrief/analysis tools
• Integrating the planning with the debrief
• Using network technology for multi-ship debrief
• Integrating tools from competing vendors
• Certification of tools for preparation of flight
information
squadron leader Derek Reinhardt, Lead-In Fighter
Capability Assurance Program – Resident Project Team ,
Tactical Fighter Systems Program Office, Australian
Defence Materiel Organisation, Royal australian air
Force
10.30 morning Coffee
11.00 air mission planning from airlift and aar point of View
• Challenges of todays operations
• Why only one command for air mobility and special
forces
• An overview of itaf special forces in current and future
scenarios
Col Giorgio seravalle, ITAF Air Mobility and Special
Forces Command, Chief Operations and Exercises,
italian air Force (itaF)
HUmaN FaCtORs
11.40 the Role of Nspa in mission planning of airborne platforms
• Overview of NSPA core competences
• Air Power Diversified Roles for the NATO and the
member Nations
• Lessons learned
• The way ahead
Dimitrios petridis, Programme Manager of the Aviation
Support Programme Office, NatO support agency
(Nspa)
12.20 Networking lunch
13.30 mission planning in practice: small air Force Deployment
• When Ends change Ways with originally planned
limited Means
• Pre-deployment training – virtual training, cross border,
ATARES for AAR
• Optimizing small fleet readiness – pooling and sharing
of logistic assets
• Deployment and running of two QRAs by one single
squadron
lieutenant Colonel Jaroslav mika, Deputy Wing
Commander, 21st TAW, Caslav, Czech air Force
14.10 Does the air tasking Order support the way that air
missions are conducted
• How air missions can be tasked by the Air Tasking
Order
• Demonstrating that some of the constructs used in
modern air operations are not well supported by the
ATO format
George Onslow, Scientific Advisor, Air War Force Centre,
Army Head Quarters, RaF
14.50 afternoon tea
tHE impaCt OF DaCas: DiGital aiDED ClOsE aiR sUppORt
15.20 semi-automated Decision support for Operations in
time Compressed Environments
• Decision Theory and Models (normative vs naturalistic
decision theory)
• Applications of Decision Support Systems (DSS) in
support of Time Sensitive Decision Processes
• Contemporary DSS Applications for Digitally Aided
Close Air Support (DACAS)
• Recommendations for improved application of semi-
automated DSS for naturalistic environments
John l mahaffey, Senior Scientist, Joint ISR Services,
NatO Communications and information agency
paNEl DisCUssiON
16.00 the increasing Operational Effectiveness
and Flexibility while reducing the workload:
Can a pan-European approach be implemented?
Col Giorgio seravalle, ITAF Air Mobility and Special
Forces Command, Chief Operations and Exercises,
italian air Force (itaF)
George Onslow, Scientific Advisor, Air War Force Centre,
Army Head Quarters, RaF
Dimitrios petridis, Programme Manager of the Aviation
Support Programme Office, NatO support agency
(Nspa)
16.50 Chairman’s Closing Remarks and Close of Day two
to +44 (0) 870 9090 712 or call +44 (0) 870 9090 711 • GROUp DisCOUNts aVailaBlE
supported by
Overview of workshop:
The workshop will be of benefit for those performing essential
missions - Air Forces, Emergency Charitable Relief Organisations
Etc. It will include a variety of topics such as Language
differences of host nation., Cultural differences & protocols.
Knowing and understanding exactly what is required to support
the mission., Host nation support - what is required -
accommodation, fuel, food etc etc, what can be provided
and when, Identify the delta and supply from home base, use
of military or commercial assets and ITAR awareness. It will also
explore very important notions such as local resupply of goods
and services, the sufficient quantity to meet the mission rate,
pre-positioning support equipment and transportation of goods
- export and import control.
Why should you attend this workshop:
To gain an understanding and insight surrounding the logistics
support business, especially in the Gulf region.
agenda:
8.30 Registration & Coffee
9.00 Chairman's Opening Remarks
9.10 introduction - Rapid Growth of military not matched
by effective training
10.10 morning Coffee
10.30 training Delivery
11.00 Governance and Ethics
11.30 Understanding the local Viewpoint - pitfalls and Case
studies
12.30 Chairman’s Closing Remarks and Close of Day One
about the workshop host:
steve Oakley msc Ba(Hons) Cilt, Managing
Director, logistics & training solutions international ltd
Steve is a Logistician with 40+ years management
experience in both government, (RAF), and
commercial, (BAE Systems), logistics operations ranging
from basic warehousing to mathematical modeling, the
design of supply systems to multinational supply policy and
standards agreements. He is well versed in multicultural staff
relations, management and leadership with extensive
experience as an adviser to senior officers and executives in
the government and industrial sectors backed up by his UK
MoD Consultancy experience. During his successful career
in the RAF, he helped develop the adoption of the AECMA
2000M based Order Administration system known as the
Enhanced Procurement System (EPS) for aerospace
procurement, by 5 European nations. BAE Systems recruited
Steve as the adviser to the Supply Commander of the RSAFs
largest operational base with stockholdings in excess of £250
million and a multicultural staff of 130 personnel. He later
became the adviser to the Director of Depot Supply. Here
the value of items held as stock was in excess of £1 billion
and the multicultural workforce over 450. During his time in
these positions, he was responsible for the development and
delivery of an in-house training programme covering both
logistics and junior level management. Having left BAE
Systems Steve was one of only 40 Lean Support Solutions
Specialists within the UK MoD and in addition, he has worked
as both a consultant and delivered specialist Supply training
in Australia.
about ltsi ltd:
Doing business in the Middle East can be both rewarding and
frustrating. L&TSI Ltd has been been forward in achieving
solutions with both local governments and suppliers. The focus
has been to achieve effective and economical logistics support
Security studies and assessments for Transport Malta.
HalF DaY pOst CONFERENCE am WORKsHOp
8th July 2015 8.30 - 12.30
Holiday inn Regents park Hotel, london, UK
logistics support to Emerging Forces
in association with
spONsORsHip aND EXHiBitiON OppORtUNitiEs
SMi offer sponsorship, exhibition, advertising and
branding packages, uniquely tailored to
complement your company's marketing strategy.
Prime networking opportunities exist to entertain,
enhance and expand your client base within the
context of an independent discussion specific to
your industry. Should you wish to join the
increasing number of companies benefiting from
sponsoring our conferences please call: Sadia
Malick, Director on +44 (0) 20 7827 6748 or email:
smalick@smi-online.co.uk
maRKEtiNG OppORtUNitiEs
Are you interested in promoting your defence
services to a targeted industry sector? SMi offer
tailored marketing packages so that your
association/publication can gain access to a
global market and key decision makers in the
defence market.
Contact Sonal Patel on +44 (0)20 7827 6106 or
email spatel@smi-online.co.uk
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Regretfully cancellation after this time cannot be accepted. We will however provide the
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SMi Group's Air Mission Planning conference

  • 1. 6th - 7th JULY 2015 Holiday Inn Regents Park Hotel, London, UK air Commodore paddy teakle, Deputy Commander, NATO AEW&C Force Command, NatO Brigadier General Holt, United States Deputy Military Representative to the NATO Military Committee, North atlantic treaty Organization (NatO) Colonel Reinhard Krell, Director, movement Coordination Centre Europe lieutenant Colonel Cory "Fargo" Jeffers, Commander, 13th asOs, Fort Carson, CO (Usa) lieutenant Colonel Rafael Fernandez-shaw Dominguez, Operations Division, spanish air Force lieutenant Colonel Jaroslav mika, Deputy Wing Commander, 21st TAW, Caslav, Czech air Force Colonel Giorgio seravalle, ITAF Air Mobility and Special Forces Command, Chief Operations and Exercises, italian air Force (itaF) Colonel Gungor Ozer, Instructor, turkish air War College squadron leader Derek Reinhardt, Lead-In Fighter Capability Assurance Program – Resident Project Team , Tactical Fighter Systems Program Office, Australian Defence Materiel Organisation, Royal australian air Force George Onslow, Scientific Advisor, Air War Force Centre, Army Head Quarters, RaF Dimitrios petridis, Programme Manager of the Aviation Support Programme Office, NatO support agency (Nspa) John l mahaffey, Senior Scientist, Joint ISR Services, NatO Communications and information agency Diego Ruiz palmer, Special Advisor to the Secretary General for Economics and Security, Economics and Security Assessments Unit, NatO HQ sean Bell, Managing Director, Vangovion ltd WHY attEND tHis EVENt: • Understand Planning Processes • Explore Interoperability and Mission Support Systems • Learn to effectively operate in a variety of different war theatres • Optimise Collaborative Mission Planning • Explore the role of Electro-Magnetic spectrum in Air Mission Planning • Use of Network Technology for Multi-Ship debrief • Integrate Technological Tools for Preparation of Flight Information KEYNOtE aDDREssEs FROm: CONFERENCE spEaKERs iNClUDE: CHaiRmEN 2015: SMi present the 6th Annual Conference on www.airmissionplanning.co.uk Register online or call us on +44 (0) 20 7827 6000 HalF-DaY pOst-CONFERENCE am WORKsHOp 8tH JUlY 2015 logistics support to Emerging Forces Hosted by: steve Oakley msc Ba(Hons) Cilt, Managing Director logistics & training solutions international ltd @smiGroupDefence Air Mission Planning Mission System Management: Multi-Force Air Operation in Deployed Environments BO O K BY 31st m aRC H aND saVE £400 BO O K BY 30tH apRil aND saVE £200 BO O K BY 29tH m aY aND saVE £100
  • 2. aiR missiON plaNNiNG CONFERENCE DaY ONE i 6th July 2015 www.airmissionplanning.co.uk 8.30 Registration & Coffee 9.00 Chairman's Opening Remarks Diego Ruiz palmer, Head, Economics and Security Assessments Unit (ESA), NatO Headquarters HOst NatiON OpENiNG aDDREss 9.10 planning Contingent Operations • Improving Safety/Risk whilst maintaining efficiency, • Understanding Movements Fusion and Multi Modality • Addressing Compassionate Cell issues Nick maxey, SO1 Airlift, Defence Supply Chain Ops and Movements, RaF 9.50 movement Coordination Centre Europe • The Military Transportation Broker • Current M&T business AFG, Europe, Africa and NATO, EU exercises (current AT and AAR situation and availability) • Analysing the current demand of air capabilities in Europe and beyond • Assessing the operational readiness for future challenges Colonel Reinhard Krell, Director, movement Coordination Centre Europe 10.30 morning Coffee 11.00 Hegemony and air & space power • Globalization • Actors of global system • Analysis of Global System • Powers today • Projection of the powers toward 2040s • Turkey's position in 2040's • Hegemony and Air and Space Power • SWOT Analysis of Air & Space Power • Increasing value of Air & Space Power in 21st century • The role of Air & Space Power in gaining the political goals of war The role of Air & Space Power in being a hegemonic power Colonel Gungor Özer, Instructor, turkish air War College OptimisiNG OpERatiONal EFFECtiVENEss 11.40 Close air support • Mission of the 13th ASOS and TACP • Applications in Joint and Coalition support • Close Air Support future outlook lieutenant Colonel Cory Jeffers, Commander, 13th ASOS, Fort Carson, Us air Force 12.20 Networking lunch 13.30 mission support - the Developing Challenge • Contemporary Operating Environment Changing Fast • Legacy Bespoke Equipment Limiting Potential • Urgent Need to Improve Interoperability and Tempo • Commercial Challenge to Meet Customer Requirements sean Bell, Managing Director, Vangovion ltd KEYNOtE aDDREss 14.10 moving On — adapting Command and Control • Future challenges need new approaches • Maintenance of Core Competencies • Relearning the criticality of the Electro-magnetic spectrum • Situational awareness is no longer sufficient air Commodore paddy teakle, Deputy Commander NATO AEW&C Force Command, NatO 14.50 afternoon tea missiON maNaGEmENt aND iNtEROpERaBilitY 15.20 air mission planning in special air Operations •Planning Processes •Air Mission Planning for the Infil/Exfil Phases •Route Planning •SAO in Spain lieutenant Colonel Rafael Fernandez shaw, Staff Officer, spanish airforce paNEl DisCUssiON 16.00 How can we optimise military support systems in a multi- Force air Operation Colonel Reinhard Krell, Director, movement Coordination Centre Europe Diego Ruiz palmer, Special Advisor to the Secretary General for Economics and Security, Economics and Security Assessments Unit, NatO HQ Rafael Fernandez shaw, Staff Officer, spanish airforce Nick maxey, SO1 Airlift, Defence Supply Chain Ops and Movements, RaF 16.50 Chairman's Closing Remarks and Close of Day One Register online at www.airmissionplanning.co.uk • alternatively fax your registration t supported by
  • 3. aiR missiON plaNNiNG CONFERENCE www.airmissionplanning.co.uk DaY tWO i 7th July 2015 8.30 Registration & Coffee 9.00 Chairman's Opening Remarks sean Bell, Managing Director, Vangovion ltd missiON plaNNiNG iN pRaCtiCE : a REal CasE stUDY OpENiNG aDDREss 9.10 air power strategy formulation and the power of disruptive red teaming • Gaps in investment • Weak red teaming scenarios • Overarching training missions • Overarching training missions Brigadier General Holt, United states Deputy military Representative to the NatO military Committee    tECHNOlOGiCal issUEs aND plaNNiNG 9.50 integration and certification of mission planning and post mission debrief/analysis tools • Integrating the planning with the debrief • Using network technology for multi-ship debrief • Integrating tools from competing vendors • Certification of tools for preparation of flight information squadron leader Derek Reinhardt, Lead-In Fighter Capability Assurance Program – Resident Project Team , Tactical Fighter Systems Program Office, Australian Defence Materiel Organisation, Royal australian air Force 10.30 morning Coffee 11.00 air mission planning from airlift and aar point of View • Challenges of todays operations • Why only one command for air mobility and special forces • An overview of itaf special forces in current and future scenarios Col Giorgio seravalle, ITAF Air Mobility and Special Forces Command, Chief Operations and Exercises, italian air Force (itaF) HUmaN FaCtORs 11.40 the Role of Nspa in mission planning of airborne platforms • Overview of NSPA core competences • Air Power Diversified Roles for the NATO and the member Nations • Lessons learned • The way ahead Dimitrios petridis, Programme Manager of the Aviation Support Programme Office, NatO support agency (Nspa) 12.20 Networking lunch 13.30 mission planning in practice: small air Force Deployment • When Ends change Ways with originally planned limited Means • Pre-deployment training – virtual training, cross border, ATARES for AAR • Optimizing small fleet readiness – pooling and sharing of logistic assets • Deployment and running of two QRAs by one single squadron lieutenant Colonel Jaroslav mika, Deputy Wing Commander, 21st TAW, Caslav, Czech air Force 14.10 Does the air tasking Order support the way that air missions are conducted • How air missions can be tasked by the Air Tasking Order • Demonstrating that some of the constructs used in modern air operations are not well supported by the ATO format George Onslow, Scientific Advisor, Air War Force Centre, Army Head Quarters, RaF 14.50 afternoon tea tHE impaCt OF DaCas: DiGital aiDED ClOsE aiR sUppORt 15.20 semi-automated Decision support for Operations in time Compressed Environments • Decision Theory and Models (normative vs naturalistic decision theory) • Applications of Decision Support Systems (DSS) in support of Time Sensitive Decision Processes • Contemporary DSS Applications for Digitally Aided Close Air Support (DACAS) • Recommendations for improved application of semi- automated DSS for naturalistic environments John l mahaffey, Senior Scientist, Joint ISR Services, NatO Communications and information agency paNEl DisCUssiON 16.00 the increasing Operational Effectiveness and Flexibility while reducing the workload: Can a pan-European approach be implemented? Col Giorgio seravalle, ITAF Air Mobility and Special Forces Command, Chief Operations and Exercises, italian air Force (itaF) George Onslow, Scientific Advisor, Air War Force Centre, Army Head Quarters, RaF Dimitrios petridis, Programme Manager of the Aviation Support Programme Office, NatO support agency (Nspa) 16.50 Chairman’s Closing Remarks and Close of Day two to +44 (0) 870 9090 712 or call +44 (0) 870 9090 711 • GROUp DisCOUNts aVailaBlE supported by
  • 4. Overview of workshop: The workshop will be of benefit for those performing essential missions - Air Forces, Emergency Charitable Relief Organisations Etc. It will include a variety of topics such as Language differences of host nation., Cultural differences & protocols. Knowing and understanding exactly what is required to support the mission., Host nation support - what is required - accommodation, fuel, food etc etc, what can be provided and when, Identify the delta and supply from home base, use of military or commercial assets and ITAR awareness. It will also explore very important notions such as local resupply of goods and services, the sufficient quantity to meet the mission rate, pre-positioning support equipment and transportation of goods - export and import control. Why should you attend this workshop: To gain an understanding and insight surrounding the logistics support business, especially in the Gulf region. agenda: 8.30 Registration & Coffee 9.00 Chairman's Opening Remarks 9.10 introduction - Rapid Growth of military not matched by effective training 10.10 morning Coffee 10.30 training Delivery 11.00 Governance and Ethics 11.30 Understanding the local Viewpoint - pitfalls and Case studies 12.30 Chairman’s Closing Remarks and Close of Day One about the workshop host: steve Oakley msc Ba(Hons) Cilt, Managing Director, logistics & training solutions international ltd Steve is a Logistician with 40+ years management experience in both government, (RAF), and commercial, (BAE Systems), logistics operations ranging from basic warehousing to mathematical modeling, the design of supply systems to multinational supply policy and standards agreements. He is well versed in multicultural staff relations, management and leadership with extensive experience as an adviser to senior officers and executives in the government and industrial sectors backed up by his UK MoD Consultancy experience. During his successful career in the RAF, he helped develop the adoption of the AECMA 2000M based Order Administration system known as the Enhanced Procurement System (EPS) for aerospace procurement, by 5 European nations. BAE Systems recruited Steve as the adviser to the Supply Commander of the RSAFs largest operational base with stockholdings in excess of £250 million and a multicultural staff of 130 personnel. He later became the adviser to the Director of Depot Supply. Here the value of items held as stock was in excess of £1 billion and the multicultural workforce over 450. During his time in these positions, he was responsible for the development and delivery of an in-house training programme covering both logistics and junior level management. Having left BAE Systems Steve was one of only 40 Lean Support Solutions Specialists within the UK MoD and in addition, he has worked as both a consultant and delivered specialist Supply training in Australia. about ltsi ltd: Doing business in the Middle East can be both rewarding and frustrating. L&TSI Ltd has been been forward in achieving solutions with both local governments and suppliers. The focus has been to achieve effective and economical logistics support Security studies and assessments for Transport Malta. HalF DaY pOst CONFERENCE am WORKsHOp 8th July 2015 8.30 - 12.30 Holiday inn Regents park Hotel, london, UK logistics support to Emerging Forces in association with
  • 5. spONsORsHip aND EXHiBitiON OppORtUNitiEs SMi offer sponsorship, exhibition, advertising and branding packages, uniquely tailored to complement your company's marketing strategy. Prime networking opportunities exist to entertain, enhance and expand your client base within the context of an independent discussion specific to your industry. Should you wish to join the increasing number of companies benefiting from sponsoring our conferences please call: Sadia Malick, Director on +44 (0) 20 7827 6748 or email: smalick@smi-online.co.uk maRKEtiNG OppORtUNitiEs Are you interested in promoting your defence services to a targeted industry sector? SMi offer tailored marketing packages so that your association/publication can gain access to a global market and key decision makers in the defence market. Contact Sonal Patel on +44 (0)20 7827 6106 or email spatel@smi-online.co.uk apRil soldier Equipment and technology advancement Forum 15th - 16th April 2015 Oslo, Norway isR 20th – 21st April 2015 London, UK maY Defence Exports asia-pacific 11th – 12th May 2015 Singapore milsatCom asia-pacific 13th - 14th May 2015 Singapore JUNE international port security 3rd – 4th June 2015 London, UK Future armoured Vehicles Eastern Europe 22nd - 23rd June 2015 Prague, Czech Republic Helicopter technology Eastern Europe 24th - 25th June 2015 Prague, Czech Republic JUlY air mission planning 6th - 7th July 2015 London, UK sEptEmBER milsatCom latin america 22nd - 23rd September 2015 Maceio, Brazil NOVEmBER Global milsatCom 3rd - 5th November 2015 London, UK smi DEFENCE FORWaRD plaNNER
  • 6. aiR missiON plaNNiNG Conference: 6-7 July 2015 | Holiday inn Regents park Hotel, london, UK Workshop: 8 July 2015 4 WaYs tO REGistER FaX your booking form to +44 (0) 870 9090 712 pHONE on +44 (0) 870 9090 711 www.airmissionplanning.co.uk pOst your booking form to: Events team, smi Group ltd, 2nd Floor south, Harling House, 47-51 Great suffolk street, london, sE1 0Bs □ Book by 31st March to receive £400 off the conference price □ Book by 30th April to receive £200 off the conference price □ Book by 29th May to receive £100 off the conference price EaRlY BiRD DisCOUNt if you have any further queries please call the Events team on tel +44 (0) 870 9090 711 or you can email them at events@smi-online.co.uk payment: If payment is not made at the time of booking, then an invoice will be issued and must be paid immediately and prior to the start of the event. If payment has not been received then credit card details will be requested and payment taken before entry to the event. 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