WEPCON is a multi-day event consisting of unclassified and classified forums, introducing new technologies, discussing capability gaps, and highlighting opportunities for engagement between industry partners and the Department of Defense.
Leadership will educate industry on various methods and forums for submitting ideas and collaborating with the U.S. Air Force Armament Directorate.
The goal of the event will be alignment with U.S. Air Force leadership and prime contractors -- in pursuit of solutions to the Armament Directorate’s most critical needs.
The Air Force Association’s Air, Space & Cyber Conference will return as a live, in-person event Sept. 20-22 at the Gaylord National Resort in National Harbor, Md. With most COVID-19 restrictions now lifted by national, state, and local authorities, we can once again look forward to greeting each other in-person this September.
A full agenda of speaker presentations and a robust technology exposition will greet thousands of visitors. AFA is working closely with the Department of the Air Force leadership to create a truly memorable event for Airmen, Guardians, and their industry partners in celebration of the 75th Anniversary of AFA’s founding.
Weapons Pitch Day is the crowning event for small business industry engagement, their Super Bowl, their March Madness, their Daytona 500.
Dozens of small businesses awarded Phase I contracts will pitch to Air Force leadership for Phase II contracts to accelerate the development of emerging weapons technology within the Armament Directorate's six Innovation Targets on Weapons Pitch Day 2021.
This was a hybrid digital and in-person event at Doolittle Institute Niceville - produced by the Armament Directorate, with Air Force Research Lab (AFRL). All industry partners interested in working with Team Eglin’s Weapons Digital Enterprise were invited. This event was focused on:
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