20 - 22 March, 2012, Hilton London Olympia hotel, London
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Defence IQ is delighted to announce the return of our 3rd Annual Submarine Operations and Requirements conference. Featuring the strongest speaker panel to date, Submarine Operations and Requirements offers a unique opportunity as Europe’s only dedicated submarine event to discuss recent operations and emerging requirements with commanding officers from around the world.
With dedicated exhibition facilities and networking sessions, it is the perfect place for senior military and industry partners to debate the changing mission sets and future role of the submarine.
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By April, the full independent report on the sustainment of Australia’s Collins-class submarines, otherwise known as project SEA 1000, will be released. The plan for Australia’s Royal Navy is to replace its six Collins-class boats with 12 new vessels to begin entering the waves by 2025. But what requirements will the future battlespace demand?...
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Don’t miss the pre-conference workshops led by:
Dr John R Potter
NATO Underwater Research Centre
Captain James Patton (Rtd)
Submarine Tactics and Technology
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