Events

August 6, 2012

Delivering an agile, multirole, powerful amphibious capability

Senior military officials, including eight flag officer from more than 15 nations including the United Kingdom, United States, Italy, Norway, Finland, France, The Netherlands, Poland, Philippines and Australia will gather in London along with leading industry experts at the 3rd Annual Amphibious Operations in September. (http://www.amphibiousoperations.com).

“Amphibious Operations 2012 is an opportunity to meet with the U.S. Marine Corps’ partners from around the world, not only to share our experiences from Bold Alligator-12, but more importantly to describe how we might collectively consider exploiting them with a view toward developing even more robust amphibious capabilities in the near future,” said Vince Goulding, retired colonel and director, Experiment Division, USMC Warfighting Lab.

Amphibious Operations 2012 will specifically focus on Asia Pacific with the Philippines offering an update on their modernization plans and the United States speaking about regional cooperation.

Military personnel will give their future perspective and requirements over the course of the three-day event.

The 3rd annual Amphibious Operations (http://www.amphibiousoperations.com) conference will explore how marine infantry units conduct amphibious operations and how they interact with and utilise landing docks and landing craft as well as weapons and navigation systems.

Amphibious Operations conference will take place between Sept. 25-27 in London and is sponsored by: Shark Marine Technologies, Dubai Ship Building and Engineering L.L.C and Marine Alutech Oy Ab.

The Amphibious Operations download centre features complimentary interviews, articles, podcasts and past presentations on this subject.

To download visit www.amphibiousoperations.com.




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