This comprehensive report gives an in-depth look at the current requirements and ongoing live programmes in the global fighter aircraft space, both now and going forward. As now Air Forces invest in these new solutions and work to adapt effectively in multi-domain operational environments and retain air dominance against potential adversaries.
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Returning for its 19th year International Fighter provides the unique platform for the discussion of future Combat Air across the spectrum of operations. Join 250 attendees from both large and smaller air forces alike to engage in these critical conversations on combat air, air-integration into multi-domain operations and continuing interest in both next gen and light attack platforms. With an industry wide reputation as the world's premier event within the fighter aircraft community, we welcome our global breadth of attendees to join us this November.
View this short trailer below for more on what to expect from the 19th annual International Fighter conference:
Air Commodore Michael Kitcher, Director General Capability Planning (DGCP), RAAF, discusses the plans and implications for the introduction of the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter and the EA-18G Growler. This briefing took place at the prestigious International Fighter conference; November 2015, London, UK.
Issues under discussion at the 2016 meeting will include EW and SEAD, advances in Munitions, reliance on space assets and low earth orbit technologies, LVC, advanced fighter radar technology, and the limitations of stealth.
Major General (Ret'd) Michael Snodgrass, Vice President International Business Development, Sensors & Airborne Systems at Raytheon Company, spoke at the International Fighter conference on the need for strong military-industry partnering when it comes to the fighter aircraft domain and the future threat environment.
• Present day review of NATO leader’s perception of current threats
• Historical context of the changing threat environment over
the past 50 years
• Implications for how historical threats and modern threats
seem to be finding ways of combining to present new
threats to security
• Role of industry in helping to evaluate this environment in
partnership with our customer base