3rd Annual Combat Engineering 2010
01 - 02 July 2010, CCT Venues Canary Wharf, London, UK
Preparing the military engineers of today for the missions of tomorrow
The engineers of today are required to be the most versatile force in the military.
Gone are the days when engineers were thought of as being purely a mobility support asset tasked with ensuring a military force could be effectively delivered to its target. Instead, the modern military engineer is required to perform a multitude of roles including mobility support, force protection, dealing with the IED threat, reconstruction operations and supporting combat operations through the hearts and minds campaign.
Combat Engineering 2010 offers you:
ï An in depth assessment of how nations such as the United States, the Czech Republic and the United Kingdom are responding to the evolving operational environment
ï A unique insight into how resource constrained nations such as Denmark and Estonia are dealing with the same challenges
ï The ability to examine the different approaches to procuring the necessary equipment from the likes of Sweden and The Netherlands
ï An up to date look at how engineers globally are dealing with the IED threat, with key presentations from the newly formed EOD Centre of Excellence in Slovakia and Estonia.
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Price: £699 (Military); £1599 (Industry)