"Naval Engineering in Support of 21st Century Maritime Strategy"
8-9 April 2009
Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center
National Harbor, Maryland
In response to evolving trends, our nation's Navy, Marine Corps and Coast Guard have jointly promulgated "A Cooperative Strategy for the 21st Century Seapower." The strategy envisions changes in the way our Sea Services are constituted, employed and sustained. It requires a high level of integration and interoperability among Navy, Marine Corps and Coast Guard forces, and it contemplates increased interoperability with maritime forces of other nations.
Join us at ASNE Day 2009 as we explore how these changes and related efforts are impacting naval engineering while answering the questions–what technical areas must be emphasized to enable and support this strategy, what are the implications for the way future naval engineers are educated and developed, and what improvements are needed in naval engineering tools and processes?
The dramatic waterfront facilities at the beautiful new Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center–across the Potomac River from Washington, DC–together with strong support from the Navy, Coast Guard and Marine Corps promise to make ASNE Day 2009 an unforgettable experience for attendees, exhibitors, speakers, authors and students.
Community Briefing for Navy EDs/APs, Coast Guard Engineers and Marine Corps Engineers
U.S. Navy: Engineering Duty & Acquisition Professional Community Status–RADM Mark Hugel, USN
U.S. Marine Corps: SE Course, Challenges, and Coordination with U.S. Navy–Mr. John Burrow (Invited)
U.S. Coast Guard: Realignment of Engineering Organization, Technical Authority–RDML Ronald Rabago, USCG
Keynote Addresses by Three Service Chiefs
A Review of 21st Century Maritime Strategy
RDML Robert L. Thomas, Jr., USN, Director, Strategy and Policy Division (N51)
RDML Thomas Ostebo, USCG, Assistant Commandant for Engineering and Logistics (CG-4)
BGen Andrew W. O'Donnell, Jr., USMC, Director, Capabilities Development Directorate; Marine Corps Combat Development Command
Developing Technology and Force Structure in Support of Maritime Strategy
Moderator: Mr. Carl Siel, Chief Systems Engineer, ASN (RDA)
RDML Thomas Eccles, USN, NAVSEA 05
RDML Thomas Ostebo, USCG, CG-4
Mr. John Burrow, MARCORSYSCOM ED
RDML Jerry Burroughs, USN, SPAWAR 05
RDML Donald Gaddis, USN, NAVAIR 04
Moderator: VADM Kevin McCoy, USN
General Dynamics–Mr. Kevin Graney, Vice President Engineering, NASSCO
Northrop Grumman Shipbuilding–Mr. Pete Diakun, Vice President of Emerging Technologies
Raytheon–Mr. Tom Vecchiola, Development & Strategy
Lockheed Martin–Mr. Fred Moosally, President, Electronics & Surveillance Systems
Shipbuilder's Council of America–RADM Joe Carnevale, USN (Ret.)
Boeing–Rear Admiral John V. "Jack" Chenevey, USN (Ret.)
RDML Terry Benedict, USN, PEO IWS
RDML Ronald Rabago, USCG, Director of Acquisition Programs and PEO
Ms. E. Anne Sandel, PEO LMW
RDML James McManamon, USN, NAVSEA Deputy Commander for Surface Warfare
Annual Awards Ceremony followed by ASNE's Honors Gala Reception (additional registration required)
Excellent exhibitor and sponsor opportunities are still available! Contact Megan Sinesiou, ASNE's Meetings Manager, at (703) 836-6727 or at email@example.com.
On behalf of the Society and the community of naval engineers, we look forward to seeing you there.