Maintaining readiness of platforms and personnel to support maritime and littoral operations
Meeting a challenging brief for maritime SAR
Improving maritime domain awareness and supporting the helicopter as a vital reconnaissance platform
12:30 pm - 1:15 pm SIMULATING THE COMPLEX ENVIRONMENT – ARE OUR TRAINING ARCHITECTURES AGILE ENOUGH?
To what extent are our war fighters able to access simulated training which can replicate the myriad demands of the complex and contested battlespace, from next-gen weapons to cyber, visually degraded landscapes to night time operations?
What will the future contribution of live training be to the overall readiness of our helicopter forces?
Are our training resources multi-domain enough? How should we advance training in readiness for the future joint fight?
How can AR/VR improve existing limitations to the simulated training model?
Refining the force structure to meet the future requirements for airborne assault operations. To what extend are we moving away from large-scale deployments and towards the targeted application of helicopter forces?
Adapting to cope with the multi-domain battlespace
The helicopter force as a vital enabler for future land operations
Delivering lethality and survivability for future air assault and attack helicopter forces.
Networking with friendly forces on the ground to enhance threat awareness and limit risk
Lieutenant General (Retd.) Kenneth E. Tovo
Former Commander, US Army Special Operations Command United States Army
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