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Future Military Space Technology USA
June 3 - June 4, 2024

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Discover the Future of Military Space: Join Us for a Transformative Experience

Are you eager to gain a profound understanding of the United States Space Force's (USSF) vision for the future of military space and the driving factors behind it?

The upcoming Future Military Space Technology USA conference offers you an invaluable opportunity to not only comprehend the USSF's goals but also actively contribute to shaping our collective future.


At this event, you will delve into the USSF's approach, gaining insights that will empower you to effectively work towards future goals. You will be presented with a unique opportunity to understand and actively participate in USSF’s pivot towards greater speed, agility and innovation in acquisition and deployment.

 

FEATURED SPEAKERS

Colonel (Ret.) Charles Galbreath

Colonel (Ret.) Charles Galbreath

Senior Space Fellow, The Mitchell Institute
Colonel (Ret.) Jennifer Krolikowski

Colonel (Ret.) Jennifer Krolikowski

Former Chief Information Officer - Space Systems Command & CEO, Plan Z
Colonel Jeremy Raley

Colonel Jeremy Raley

Space Vehicles Directorate, Integrated Experiments & Evaluation Division Chief, US Air Force Research Laboratory
Lieutenant Colonel Aaron Celaya

Lieutenant Colonel Aaron Celaya

Deputy Director, Warfighter Effectiveness Research Center (WERC), US Air Force Academy
Victor Vigliotti

Victor Vigliotti

Director, SSC Front Door, Space Systems Command, US Space Force

Assistant Professor Madison Walker

IFC Fellow and DFPS Professor, United States Air Force Academy
Assistant Professor Madison Walker

Brigadier General Steven "Bucky" Butow

Director, Space Portfolio, Defense Innovation Unit
Brigadier General Steven "Bucky" Butow

Bryant Allen Mishima-Baker

Chief of General Law, United States Air Force
Bryant Allen  Mishima-Baker

Colonel (Ret.) Charles Galbreath

Senior Space Fellow, The Mitchell Institute
Colonel (Ret.) Charles Galbreath

Colonel (Ret.) Jennifer Krolikowski

Former Chief Information Officer - Space Systems Command & CEO, Plan Z
Colonel (Ret.) Jennifer Krolikowski

Colonel Jeremy Raley

Space Vehicles Directorate, Integrated Experiments & Evaluation Division Chief, US Air Force Research Laboratory
Colonel Jeremy Raley

Commander Michael Sanders

Assistant Professor, United States Naval Academy
Commander Michael Sanders

Daniel Rice

China Military and Political Strategy SME, US Marine Corps University
Daniel Rice

Deanna Ryals

Director, International Affairs, Space Systems Command, US Space Force
Deanna Ryals

Dr Brendan S. Mulvaney

Director, China Aerospace Studies Institute, US Air Force
Dr Brendan S. Mulvaney

Dr Jaime Stearns

Space Control Mission Lead, Space Vehicles Directorate,US Air Force Research Laboratory
Dr Jaime Stearns

Dr. Wendy Whitman Cobb

Associate Professor of Strategy and Security Studies, US Air Force
Dr. Wendy Whitman Cobb

Erin Miller

Executive Director, Space ISAC
Erin Miller

Jaime Stearns

Space Control Mission Lead, Space Vehicles Directorate, Air Force Research Lab
Jaime Stearns

Lieutenant Colonel Aaron Celaya

Deputy Director, Warfighter Effectiveness Research Center (WERC), US Air Force Academy
Lieutenant Colonel Aaron Celaya

Major Ben DeMarr

Program Manager, Next Gen Overhead Persistent Infrared OPIR Mission Payloads, Space Systems Command, US Space Force
Major Ben DeMarr

Michael J Starks

Lead Rapid Architecture Prototyping and Integration Demonstration RAPID Laboratory, AFRL
Michael J Starks

Nicole Palmer

Chief Engineer and STEM Outreach Director, Space Systems Command, US Space Force
Nicole Palmer

Professor David Burbach

Associate Professor, U.S. Naval War College
Professor David Burbach

Sam Wilson

Senior Policy Analyst, The Aerospace Corporation
Sam Wilson

Samuel Visner

Chair, Board of Directors, Space ISAC
Samuel Visner

Victor Vigliotti

Director, SSC Front Door, Space Systems Command, US Space Force
Victor Vigliotti

Join the conference and get a full ecosystem event where military, academia, think tanks, and partnership-enabling organizations converge.

This gathering is designed to foster collaboration between the USSF, the USAF, and industry players. Recognizing the imperative to leverage technology and talent, we're dedicated to securing the future security and prosperity of space – and you can be a crucial part of it.

What Sets Us Apart?

Imagine being at the center of the conversation around future space priorities, surrounded by key players driving developments. Our event, unlike any other, brings together entities from the:

  • Defense Innovation Unit (DIU)
  • Space Systems Command (SSC)
  • Space Information Sharing and Analysis Center (Space ISAC)
  • Air Force Research Laboratory
  • United States Air Force Academy

The conference will offer you a unique opportunity to actively shape the discourse.

 

 What's New for 2024?

In 2024, will bring you a greater emphasis on partnership building initiatives and expanding the focus on broader ecosystem input. We're collaborating with the SSC front door and incorporating the key takeaways from the Space Futures Workshop Series. This ensures that our event reflects not only current but also future priorities in the dynamic landscape of military space.

Who Should Attend?

Are you in the industry, passionate about collaborating with the USSF and USAF to elevate US space efforts? Perhaps you're a warfighter, academic, or part of a think tank within the space ecosystem, focused on planning for the future. This event is tailored for individuals like you, eager to contribute to the dialogue around shaping the future of space.

 

 Don't miss your chance to be part of this transformative experience. Join us as we pave the way for the future of military space, together. Should you wish to join the increasing number of companies benefiting from sponsoring our conferences please call: Jack Tollervey on +44 (0) 20 7827 6045 or email jack.tollervey@saemediagroup.com

Conference agenda

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8:00

Registration & Coffee

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8:50

Chair's Opening Remarks

Colonel (Ret.) Jennifer Krolikowski

Colonel (Ret.) Jennifer Krolikowski, Former Chief Information Officer - Space Systems Command & CEO, Plan Z

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9:00

Supporting Innovation and Enabling the Integration of Emerging Technologies through DIU Initiatives

Brigadier General Steven

Brigadier General Steven "Bucky" Butow, Director, Space Portfolio, Defense Innovation Unit

  • Providing accelerated delivery of prototyped commercial technology to aid US space efforts
  • Improving situational awareness and supporting decision makers by leveraging small, low cost imaging satellites
  • Modernizing critical legacy hardware systems to extend hardware lifecycles, improve capabilities and eliminate the challenge of parts obsolesence
  • Delivering scalable means to meet the future DoD requirements for satellite control networks 
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    9:30

    Session Reserved for Lead Sponsor

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    10:00

    The AFRL’s Space Vehicles Directorate’s Work to Ensure that the United States and Allied Nations Maintain Space Superiority

    Colonel Jeremy Raley

    Colonel Jeremy Raley, Space Vehicles Directorate, Integrated Experiments & Evaluation Division Chief, US Air Force Research Laboratory

  • Serving as the Air Force's center of excellence for space research
  • Developing and transitioning technologies to provide the US with additional space-based capabilities
  • Leading premier spacecraft programs from inception to delivery
  • Driving collaborative international partnerships including the 1st non-domestic CRADA with India
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    10:00

    Session Reserved for Sponsor

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    10:30

    Morning Coffee

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    11:00

    Session Reserved for Sponsor

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    11:30

    Facilitating Faculty and Cadet Research to Enhance Warfighter Effectiveness at USAFA’s Warfighter Effectiveness Research Center (WERC)

    Lieutenant Colonel Aaron Celaya

    Lieutenant Colonel Aaron Celaya, Deputy Director, Warfighter Effectiveness Research Center (WERC), US Air Force Academy

  • Conducting a wide range of research and design projtects to support operational customers including Special Ops forces, AFOSR and AFRL
  • Generating the most innovative and effective solutions by connecting collaborators from across government labs, academia, industry and military operators
  • Focusing specifically on the potential for AI to advance space-based capabilities, enable unprecedented data leverage and augment human intelligence
  • WERC's role within the broader space innovation community and planned future projects
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    12:00

    Panel Discussion: The Role of the USSF Space Futures Workshop Series in Mapping the Future Military Space Through 2060

    Lieutenant Colonel Aaron Celaya

    Lieutenant Colonel Aaron Celaya, Deputy Director, Warfighter Effectiveness Research Center (WERC), US Air Force Academy

  • Why the Space Futures Workshop Series was established and the necessity of planning decades again
  • Anticipating the landscape of military space in 2060 and the necessary steps required now to ensure US and allied nations are ready to capitalize on future developments
  • Attempting to achieve the equivelant of predicting in 1885 that aircraft carriers would transform 20th century warfare
  • Collaborating closely with partners across industry, government and military 
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    12:45

    Networking Lunch

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    13:45

    Session Reserved for Sponsor

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    14:15

    Navigating the Valleys of Death

    Colonel (Ret.) Charles Galbreath

    Colonel (Ret.) Charles Galbreath, Senior Space Fellow, The Mitchell Institute

  • Identifying more than one "valley of death" between great ideas and fielded capabilities
  • Each valley has its own challenges requiring a different set of solutions to succeed
  • Exploring these valleys and identifying strategies and practices to overcome each as well as necessary conditions for the long haul
  • Using current and historical examples to illustrate the nature of the valleys and how they've been conquered 
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    14:45

    RAPID Laboratory Experimentation in the Hybrid Space Architecture

    Dr Michael J Starks

    Dr Michael J Starks, Lead Rapid Architecture Prototyping and Integration Demonstration RAPID Laboratory, US Air Force Research Laboratory

    The Rapid Architecture Prototyping and Integration Development (RAPID) Laboratory is a partnership between the Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) and the Space Warfighting Analysis Center (SWAC) focused on validating and refining US Space Force (USSF) future Force Designs

  • RAPID uses modeling and simulation, high-fidelity hardware- and software-in-the-loop testing, and on-orbit experimentation to validate Force Design assumptions relating to technology readiness, integration, performance and scalability
  • RAPID is working across DoD and industry to ease and accelerate the pivot to the Hybrid Space Architecture, specifically in the areas of data transport and positioning, navigation and timing
  • This briefing outlines the vision and goals for RAPID and the role it can play as the community builds the USSF architectures of the future
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    15:15

    Afternoon Tea

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    15:45

    Session Reserved for Sponsor

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    16:15

    Near Peer Focus: China in Context

    Dr Brendan S. Mulvaney

    Dr Brendan S. Mulvaney, Director, China Aerospace Studies Institute, US Air Force

  • China's space capabilty and what this means for the West
  • Chinese anti-satellite technology: implications for the US
  • China's Military-Civil Fusion Strategy and Space 
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    16:45

    The Future of China in Space

    Daniel Rice

    Daniel Rice, China Military and Political Strategy SME, US Marine Corps University

  • Space's role in China's C4ISR architecture
  • China's LEO strategy: Offensive and defensive
  • The Belt and Road Initative and space: connecting domains
  • China's ambitions for the moon
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    17:15

    Leading Work on the Nexus of Commercial and National Security Space, Comparative Space and Missiles Issues at the Center for Space Policy and Strategy

    Sam Wilson

    Sam Wilson, Senior Policy Analyst, The Aerospace Corporation

  • Shaping the future of space through the provision of nonpartisan research and strategic analysis
  • Informing broader public discussions around space policy
  • Navigating a rapidly changing space landscape including tehcnology advancements, new business models, and emerging threats 
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    17:45

    Chair’s Closing Remarks and Close of Day One

    Colonel (Ret.) Jennifer Krolikowski

    Colonel (Ret.) Jennifer Krolikowski, Former Chief Information Officer - Space Systems Command & CEO, Plan Z

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    8:00

    Registration & Coffee

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    8:50

    Chairman's Opening Remarks

    Colonel (Ret.) Jennifer Krolikowski

    Colonel (Ret.) Jennifer Krolikowski, Former Chief Information Officer - Space Systems Command & CEO, Plan Z

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    9:00

    SSC Front Door's Role in Connecting Industry to DoD and Government Agencies

    Victor Vigliotti

    Victor Vigliotti, Director, SSC Front Door, Space Systems Command, US Space Force

  • Facilitating collaboration between DoD and government agencies and commercial companies 
  • Enabling the growth, testing and leverage of emerging technologies to advance US space-based capabilities and strengthen national security
  • Providing unique access to defense contracting opportunities and delivering valuable agility to both industry and DoD
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    9:30

    Session Reserved for Sponsor

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    10:00

    SSC International Affairs: Allied by Design

  • The work of the SSC International Affairs office to advance collaborative efforts internationally
  • Launching 'reverse industry days' to strengthen government and DoD awareness of industry capabilities
  • Ensuring solutions with potential application for key US allies are able to be effectively transferred to them
  • Deanna Ryals

    Deanna Ryals, Director, International Affairs, Space Systems Command, US Space Force

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    10:30

    Morning Coffee

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    11:00

    Session Reserved for Sponsor

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    11:30

    Partnering for Cislunar Space Situational Awareness

    Dr Jaime Stearns

    Dr Jaime Stearns, Space Control Mission Lead, Space Vehicles Directorate,US Air Force Research Laboratory

  • The National Cislunar S&T Strategy lays out a vision for international cooperation and exploration in cislunar space
  • Space Situational Awareness enables that vision by providing transparency and safe operations but many technical hurdrles exist
  • The Air Force Research Lab is leading many research areas for Cislunar SSA and is always seeking partnerships to advance the state of the art in sensing, data processing, and providing information to space operators.
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    12:00

    Facilitating Public and Private Sector Collaboration Across the Global Space Industry at Space ISAC

  • Enhancing allied ability to prepare for and respond to space based vulnerabilities, incidents and threats
  • Disseminating timely and actionable information among member entities to support space efforts
  • Providing analysis and resources to support response, mitigation and resilience initiataives
  • Launching the fellows program enabling the next generation of space leaders to gain unique real world experience through the Operational Watch Center
  • Erin Miller

    Erin Miller, Executive Director, Space ISAC

    Samuel Visner

    Samuel Visner, Chair, Board of Directors, Space ISAC

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    12:30

    Networking Lunch

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    13:30

    Session Reserved for Sponsor

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    14:15

    Developing Educational Tools for the Midshipmen and Future Naval Space Officers of the USNA

    Commander Michael Sanders

    Commander Michael Sanders, Assistant Professor, US Naval Academy

  • Getting students hands on with our modular CubeSat system
  • Teaching more space operations as USNA refurbishes its space operations center
  • Adding more operations experiences, giving Midshipmen a well-rounded aeorspace engineering education starting with the initial concept, leading to a design and build, and ending with satellite operations
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    14:45

    The Galaxy Program: Acquisitions & Leadership Development to Shape the Future of the Space Force

    Major Ben DeMarr

    Major Ben DeMarr, Program Manager, Next Gen Overhead Persistent Infrared OPIR Mission Payloads, Space Systems Command, US Space Force

  • What is the Galaxy Program and why was it set up?
  • Key lines of effort since founding: travel and development opportunities
  • Delivering improved rapid acquisition processes and solutions for essential warfigher requirements
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    15:15

    Afternoon Tea

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    15:45

    Highlighting the Importance of Space-Based STEM Careers to Introduce Students to the Possibility of a Career in Space

    Nicole Palmer

    Nicole Palmer, Chief Engineer and STEM Outreach Director, Space Systems Command, US Space Force

  • Facilitating connections between USSF Guardians and K-12 classrooms to demonstrate the role of space in securing national security and daily life
  • Launching the STEM coalition to develop and lead the SSC Space Stem Outreach Program serving over 10,000 students from underserved schools across California
  • The necessity of ensuring students are aware of space careers to encourage future innovation, enhance national security and deliver a strong talent pipeline for public and private sectors
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    16:15

    Session Reserved for Sponsor

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    16:45

    Panel Discussion: The Political and Policy Developments Shaping the Future of Military Space

  • Determining the current political factors in space and projected threats and challenges
  • Contextualizing innovation within the current space law, budgetary and procurement protocol landscape
  • Assessing the most effective means to avert conflict in space
  • The role of military academia in educating, training and preparing the next generation of warfighters to mitigate potential threats 
  • Dr. Wendy Whitman Cobb

    Dr. Wendy Whitman Cobb, Associate Professor of Strategy and Security Studies, US Air Force

    Professor David Burbach

    Professor David Burbach, Associate Professor, U.S. Naval War College

    Assistant Professor Madison Walker

    Assistant Professor Madison Walker, IFC Fellow and DFPS Professor, United States Air Force Academy

    Bryant Allen  Mishima-Baker

    Bryant Allen Mishima-Baker, Chief of General Law, United States Air Force

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    17:30

    Chair’s Closing Remarks and Close of Day Two

    Colonel (Ret.) Jennifer Krolikowski

    Colonel (Ret.) Jennifer Krolikowski, Former Chief Information Officer - Space Systems Command & CEO, Plan Z


    IFC Fellow and DFPS Professor
    United States Air Force Academy
    Director, Space Portfolio
    Defense Innovation Unit
    Chief of General Law
    United States Air Force
    Senior Space Fellow
    The Mitchell Institute
    Former Chief Information Officer - Space Systems Command & CEO
    Plan Z
    Space Vehicles Directorate, Integrated Experiments & Evaluation Division Chief
    US Air Force Research Laboratory
    Assistant Professor
    United States Naval Academy
    China Military and Political Strategy SME
    US Marine Corps University
    Director, International Affairs
    Space Systems Command, US Space Force
    Director
    China Aerospace Studies Institute, US Air Force
    Space Control Mission Lead
    Space Vehicles Directorate,US Air Force Research Laboratory
    Associate Professor of Strategy and Security Studies
    US Air Force
    Executive Director
    Space ISAC
    Space Control Mission Lead
    Space Vehicles Directorate, Air Force Research Lab
    Deputy Director, Warfighter Effectiveness Research Center (WERC)
    US Air Force Academy
    Program Manager, Next Gen Overhead Persistent Infrared OPIR Mission Payloads
    Space Systems Command, US Space Force
    Lead Rapid Architecture Prototyping and Integration Demonstration RAPID Laboratory
    AFRL
    Chief Engineer and STEM Outreach Director
    Space Systems Command, US Space Force
    Associate Professor
    U.S. Naval War College
    Senior Policy Analyst
    The Aerospace Corporation
    Chair, Board of Directors
    Space ISAC
    Director, SSC Front Door
    Space Systems Command, US Space Force

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