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RAF to host capability innovation day

Posted 8 February 2019 · Add Comment

On behalf of the Royal Air Force (RAF), the Defence and Security Accelerator (DASA) is inviting those involved in defence, industry and academia, to attend an Air Command Innovation day taking place at High Wycombe on 28th February 2019.



Above: A UK F-35B Lighting II jet in flight.
Courtesy DASA / MoD


The RAF will be informing delegates on the context of the future air environment capability and encouraging attendees to share ideas to help improve future operating and capability outcomes.

Senior Air personnel will be in attendance, with an opportunity for delegates to ask questions in an open forum. Workshops will be taking place in the afternoon, focusing on tackling specific defence challenges within multi-domain operations.

Attendees will also be given the opportunity to inform the 2019 RAF Wargame (EAGLE WARRIOR 19) on next generation, novel and innovative ideas, concepts and capabilities which have the potential to change the way the RAF operates.

The RAF is particularly interested in engaging with organisations who have not worked with defence before.

Registration for this event will close at midday, Monday 18th February 2019.


For further information and to register, click here .





 

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