Thursday, December 15, 2011

SO/LIC Symposium & Exposition (Feb 2012) in Washington, D.C.

The Special Operations / Low Intensity Conflict Symposium and Exhibition will be held February 6-8, 2012 in Washington, D.C. A description is provided below taken from the NDIA website.
"The 23rd Annual NDIA SO/LIC (Special Operations/Low Intensity Conflict) Symposium & Exhibition will examine the changing roles of Special Operations Forces (SOF) and General Purpose Forces (GPF) in the new world dynamic. As major combat operations in Iraq and Afghanistan diminish, SOF and GPF will face new challenges. A continuing threat from global terrorists, popular uprisings and a rapidly shifting political landscape, the coming need to employ military forces in small teams across vast distances, and the likelihood of declining budgets all require SOF and GPF leaders to develop new synergies between their forces and with our Interagency partners. Speakers will discuss increasing interoperability between SOF and GPF, how to enhance the inherent capabilities of the SOF warrior, and how SOF, its enablers, and Interagency partners support global objectives in the new world dynamic."
Learn more about the conference at the link below:
http://www.ndia.org/meetings/2880/Pages/default.aspx

Check our conference and exhibition listing for other related security  and defence events:
http://www.securityinfonet.com/Security_Conferences_and_Seminars.htm

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