Mon, May 13 - Fri, May 17 2019

NATO Aviation Commitee Meeting with Head of Delegation,

Fort Washington, Maryland, United States Fort Washington, Maryland, United States
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    Spring 2019 NATO Aviation Committee with Heads of Delegation Meeting Gaylord National Harbor MD

    DESCRIPTION    The United States Air Force as the “Lead Service Office” for Military Civilian Aviation Integration and Secretariat of the Policy Board on Federal Aviation is proud to help host this meeting of the NATO Aviation Committee Head of Delegation and Partner Nations.  This meeting coincides with the 70th Anniversary of the NATO Alliance.  The Aviation Committee’s mission is to advise the North Atlantic Council (NAC) on aspects contributing to aviation safety and security, in support of the full range of NATO’s missions.

    The AVC acts as NATO’s primary interface with international and regional civil aviation organizations and other relevant civil and military organizations and institutions in the aviation domain.

    The Committee reports directly to the NAC – NATO’s principal political decision-making body.

    This meeting will include topics relevant to Military Civil Aviation Integration in such areas as Aviation Cyber Security; Operations in a Denied Environment; Lessons learned from exercise Trident Juncture; CNS-ATM Advisory issues; C2ISR/Alliance Ground System (AGS); ADS-B Out and issues surrounding the impending mandates. 

    WHO ATTENDS   Approximately 125 individuals including NATO Countries Head of Delegation, Partner Nations, and invited guests. This is a NATO led meeting with attendees from around the globe.  We expect travelers from most all NATO countries such as Albania, Belgium, Bulgaria, Canada, Croatia, Czech Rep, Denmark, Estonia, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Montenegro, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Turkey, and United Kingdom.  Additionally, Senior DoD, FAA, Embassy liaisons, active and retired military will attend.

    DATES    May 13-17 2019


    Why should you sponsor?


    Sponsor receives company name recognition, ability to highlight relevant product, service, or other information or service.  Ability to socialize in person at the Icebreaker/Reception and Official Dinner. 


    Signature Sponsor: $2,000 (1 available)

    (Taken) Reception Sponsor: $1,000 (Boeing)

    Corporate Sponsor: $1,500 (3 available)

    Dinner Sponsor: $1,000 (1 available)

    Program Sponsor: $500 (4 available)

    MORE INFO    Contact Mr. Matthew Heaton 202-404-8292

    Matthew Heaton

    I serve as a senior Air Force Lead Program Analyst (GS-14) providing Air Force military rated aviator expertise in developing and disseminating planning, programming, and budget (PPBS) policies and guidelines for current and future worldwide communication, navigation, surveillance, and air traffic management requirements.  I provide expert guidance and advice to Air Force headquarters staff and major command activities.  I monitor DoD and Air Force-wide programs to ensure compliance with current/proposed guidance and evolving trends pertaining to national and international communication, navigation, surveillance, and air traffic management (CNS/ATM) initiatives.  I serve as an authority and advisor to Air Force and DoD senior leaders regarding national and international CNS/ATM policy and procedures as well as air traffic services standardization initiatives. I coordinate unique Air Force and DoD issues with applicable interagency and international bodies.

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  • 101-250 attendees expected

    66% Male Attendees

    34% Female Attendees

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