An Australian-Danish Seminar  – On April 17, 2015, the Williams Foundation (Australia) and the Centre for Defense Studies (University of Copenhagen) are hosting a seminar in Copenhagen on airpower innovation.

The two Centers invite our readers to join the 10 speakers and (so far) and over 60 registered attendees from industry, government, military, and academia as the symposium address the opportunities and challenges of integrating new capabilities into small and medium air forces.

Danish Conference

Speakers include:

Lieutenant General Pasquale Preziosa (Chief, Italian Air Force)

AVM(ret) John Blackburn (Royal Australian Air Force/Williams Foundation)

Air Commodore Dré Kraak (Royal Netherlands Air Force)

Colonel Anders Rex (Royal Danish Air Force )

Group Captain Paul Godfrey (Royal Air Force-F-35 integration team)

Lieutenant Colonel Chip Berke (USMC lead-F-35 integration)

Dr. Gary Schaub (Centre for Military Studies)

Dr. Peter Viggo Jakobsen (Royal Danish Defence College)

The Honorable Ed Timperlake (former Director, Technology Assessment, International Technology Security (Office of the Secretary of Defence)), editor Second Line of Defense Forum

Dr. Robbin Laird (USAF Association Mitchell Institute, Second Line of Defense)

There is no registration fee.

Take advantage and e-mail the Centre for Military Studies at [email protected] to register.

The Centre’s previous symposium in November 2014 addressed these issues in the context of how the air forces of the United Kingdom, France, the Netherlands, Norway, Sweden, and Denmark had transformed after the Cold War.

On 17 April 2015, this symposium will discuss how medium and small air forces such as those of Denmark, Australia, the UK, and the USMC can use new airpower capabilities to generate innovative concepts of operation that increase joint combat power to address regional and global security issues in the coming years.

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