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SATCOM On-The-Move USA
May 2 - May 3, 2023
SATCOM On-The-Move USA

Conference Overview

The SAE Media Group are delighted to announce the first annual SATCOM On-The-Move USA conference, taking place in Arlington, VA on May 2-3 2023.

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SATCOM On-The-Move USA is one of the leading conferences in the United States dedicated to mobile satellite communications. Attracting senior leaders and experts from all branches of the US military - as well as from international allies- this conference will be the place to meet, exchange information and gain access to the latest On-The-Move updates and technological solutions.

At this event you will enjoy expert discussion and analysis from prestigious speakers – who will explain both current and future SATCOM needs and capabilities.

Attendance will allow you a detailed understanding into the necessary satellite communications for the modern, agile, networked force; ensuring motorised units, infantry, aircraft, special forces, and ships are able to remain within networks during manoeuvre and battle.

Take this unique opportunity to listen to and speak directly with senior officers, decision-makers, and industry figures. 

FEATURED SPEAKERS

Lieutenant Colonel Ryan Rose

Lieutenant Colonel Ryan Rose

Deputy Chief, Tactical SatComm Division, USSF/Space Systems Command
Mr Michael Stewart

Mr Michael Stewart

Director, US Navy Unmanned Task Force, US Navy

Col. (ret'd) Patrick H Rayermann

Retired, U.S. Army
Col. (ret'd) Patrick H Rayermann

Colonel Marcus Gengler

Director, Aviation Enablers Requirements Determination Directorate AE-RDD, US Army Futures Command
Colonel Marcus Gengler

Lieutenant Colonel (RM) Christopher Armstrong

SO1 Strike Network Project, Royal Marines
Lieutenant Colonel (RM) Christopher Armstrong

Lieutenant Colonel Erik Haeuptle

Deputy Director, Interoperability & Proponency Branch Chief, Joint Interoperability & Data Link Training Center (JID-TC)
Lieutenant Colonel Erik Haeuptle

Lieutenant Colonel Jeffrey Rohman

Commanding Officer, 9th Communication Battalion, USMC
Lieutenant Colonel Jeffrey Rohman

Lieutenant Colonel Ryan Rose

Deputy Chief, Tactical SatComm Division, USSF/Space Systems Command
Lieutenant Colonel Ryan Rose

Mr Alexis Bacot

Ingénieur de l’Armement, DGA
Mr Alexis Bacot

Mr Darren Buck

Liaison to Air Force & Space Force for the DoD Executive Agent for DoD Mission Partner Environment, Mission Partner Capabilities Office (MPCO) (SAF/CDMX)
Mr Darren Buck

Mr James Beall

J36 Technical Director, Joint SATCOM Panel Co-Chair, USSPACECOM/J36
Mr James Beall

Mr John Anglin

Project Manager, Tactical Network Technical Management Division Lead, PEO C3T, US Army
Mr John Anglin

Mr Michael Stewart

Director, US Navy Unmanned Task Force, US Navy
Mr Michael Stewart

Mr Vincent Squitieri

Technical Director, Navy Communications and GPS Navigation Programs, PEO C4I
Mr Vincent Squitieri

Technical Sergeant Chad Humphries

NCOIC, C4 WEPTAC, 57th Rescue Squadron, US Air Force (Europe)
Technical Sergeant Chad Humphries

Conference agenda

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8:45

Registration & Coffee

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9:20

Chairman's Opening Remarks

Col. (ret'd) Patrick H Rayermann

Col. (ret'd) Patrick H Rayermann, Retired, U.S. Army

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9:30

Delivering Resilient Network Connectivity

Mr John Anglin

Mr John Anglin, Project Manager, Tactical Network Technical Management Division Lead, PEO C3T, US Army

  • Providing commanders choices of network connectivity depending on the environment
  • Integration of both commercial and military SATCOM options, coupled with HF and protected waveforms
  • Integrating network operations tools to better manage and monitor network transport capability
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    10:10

    The Future of Army Aviation and SATCOM On-The-Move

    Colonel Marcus Gengler

    Colonel Marcus Gengler, Director, Aviation Enablers Requirements Determination Directorate AE-RDD, US Army Futures Command

  • A discussion of the progress and challenges of SATCOM for Army aviation
  • The benefits of SATCOM On-The-Move for both manned and unmanned aircraft
  • Future requirements to be met by industry
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    10:50

    Morning Coffee

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    11:20

    The United States Marine Corps and SATCOM On-The-Move

    Lieutenant Colonel Jeffrey Rohman

    Lieutenant Colonel Jeffrey Rohman, Commanding Officer, 9th Communication Battalion, USMC

  • Current United States Marine Corps SATCOM ability, and desired improvements
  • Advantages of SATCOM On The Move for the Marine Corps’ littoral and expeditionary mission
  • The Corps’ requirements from industry partners
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    12:00

    Protecting Transmissions and developments in the Protected Tactical Waveform for SATCOM On-The-Move

    Lieutenant Colonel Ryan Rose

    Lieutenant Colonel Ryan Rose, Deputy Chief, Tactical SatComm Division, USSF/Space Systems Command

  • A discussion of current and future MILSATCOM capabilities
  • Outlining the challenge of compact modems capable of the encryption of high data rate transmissions
  • PATS (Protected Anti-jam Tactical Satellite Communications) programoverview
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    12:40

    Networking Lunch

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    13:40

    Combat Search and Rescue On-The-Move

    Technical Sergeant Chad Humphries

    Technical Sergeant Chad Humphries, NCOIC, C4 WEPTAC, 57th Rescue Squadron, US Air Force (Europe)

  • How SATCOM On-The-Move can enhance real-time location tracking for downed pilots in contested environments
  • Utilizing SATCOM On-The-Move for maritime and arctic rescue at higher latitudes.
  • Integrating SATCOM On-The-Move into the AF’s Agile Combat Employment initiative for Personnel Recovery
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    14:20

    Enabling an end-to-end digital killchain in support of the UK Littoral Strike Force concept

    Lieutenant Colonel (RM) Christopher Armstrong

    Lieutenant Colonel (RM) Christopher Armstrong, SO1 Strike Network Project, Royal Marines

  • Delivering the UK Commando Force Strike Network
  • Enabling an end-to-end digital killchain
  • Novel approaches to deliver in-service capabilities from R&D efforts
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    15:00

    Afternoon Tea

  • Commercial and Allied technological advances to increase robustness of SATCOM On-The-Move
  • Enterprise Management and Control, flexible networks and terminalsto provide for more integrated and interoperable systems
  • Roaming terminals that operate across waveforms, frequencies and can transfer multiple data types at appropriate security levels
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    15:30

    Opportunities and Challenges for the Tactical Use of SATCOM On-The-Move

    Lieutenant Colonel Ryan Rose

    Lieutenant Colonel Ryan Rose, Deputy Chief, Tactical SatComm Division, USSF/Space Systems Command

    Mr John Anglin

    Mr John Anglin, Project Manager, Tactical Network Technical Management Division Lead, PEO C3T, US Army

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    16:10

    Chairman’s Closing Remarks and Close of Day One

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    8:45

    Registration & Coffee

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    9:20

    Chairman's Opening Remarks

    Col. (ret'd) Patrick H Rayermann

    Col. (ret'd) Patrick H Rayermann, Retired, U.S. Army

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    9:30

    SATCOM and Unmanned Systems: Mutually Beneficial Concepts for the United States Navy

    Mr Michael Stewart

    Mr Michael Stewart, Director, US Navy Unmanned Task Force, US Navy

  • The US Navy’s Unmanned Task Force, and delivering capabilities faster
  • How Unmanned Systems are enablers for SATCOM On-The-Move
  • How SATCOM On-The-Move is an enabler for Unmanned Systems
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    10:10

    The United States Navy, SATCOM On-The-Move, and the STtNG Program

    Mr Vincent Squitieri

    Mr Vincent Squitieri, Technical Director, Navy Communications and GPS Navigation Programs, PEO C4I

      • An overview of the status quo, challenges, and benefits of SATCOM On-The-Move for the US Navy
    • Discussion of the STtNG (Satellite Terminal Transportable Non-Geo Stationary) program

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    10:50

    Morning Coffee

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    11:20

    Overcoming Interoperability Challenges and Creating a Potent Network with SATCOM On-The-Move

    Lieutenant Colonel Erik Haeuptle

    Lieutenant Colonel Erik Haeuptle, Deputy Director, Interoperability & Proponency Branch Chief, Joint Interoperability & Data Link Training Center (JID-TC)

     • The importance and current capacity of SATCOM On-The-Move for
    the USAF including Tactical Airspace Integration
    • The benefits of bolstering radio frequency data links (such as Link 16) through SATCOM based networks
    • The use of SATCOM to overcome interoperability challenges &
    achieve allied CJADC2 (Combined, Joint All-Domain Command &
    Control)
    • Personal anecdotes of the importance of timely, accurate data from
    the Lt. Col’s service in Iraq and Afghanistan

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    12:00

    The Opportunity Presented by SATCOM On-The-Move for Naval and Littoral Operations

    Lieutenant Colonel (RM) Christopher Armstrong

    Lieutenant Colonel (RM) Christopher Armstrong, SO1 Strike Network Project, Royal Marines

    Mr Vincent Squitieri

    Mr Vincent Squitieri, Technical Director, Navy Communications and GPS Navigation Programs, PEO C4I

    Mr Michael Stewart

    Mr Michael Stewart, Director, US Navy Unmanned Task Force, US Navy

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    12:40

    Networking Lunch

  • An exploration of the Syracuse IV program as it pertains to SATCOM On-The-Move
  • For instance, ‘Mélissa’, the A330 Tanker SATCOM package
  • A discussion of the findings from the Airbus SATCOM On-The-Move Land Demonstrator
  • The French military’s vision for the future of SOTM
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    13:40

    Mission Partner Capabilities Office: a SATCOM On-The-Move Perspective

    Mr Darren Buck

    Mr Darren Buck, Liaison to Air Force & Space Force for the DoD Executive Agent for DoD Mission Partner Environment, Mission Partner Capabilities Office (MPCO) (SAF/CDMX)

  • Primer, overview and roles/responsibilities of the Mission Partner Capabilities Office (MPCO) and the DoD Mission Partner Environment (MPE)
  • Overview of strategic imperatives, current tools/capabilities, and governance structure of the DoD MPE portfolio
  • Future development of the Secret and Below Releasable Environment (SABRE) and the intrinsic relationship of MPE with CJADC2 implementation
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    14:20

    French Efforts and Plans Regarding SATCOM On-The-Move

    Mr Alexis Bacot

    Mr Alexis Bacot, Ingénieur de l’Armement, DGA

     • An exploration of the Syracuse IV program as it pertains to SATCOM On-The-Move
    • For instance, ‘Mélissa’, the A330 Tanker SATCOM package
    • A discussion of the findings from the Airbus SATCOM On-The-Move Land Demonstrator
    • The French military’s vision for the future of SOTM

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    15:00

    Afternoon Tea

  • Hungarian user-side SATCOM requirements
  • On-the-move SATCOM capability plans
  • Tactical considerations for SATCOM for Central and Eastern European Armies
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    15:30

    Panel: Opportunities for International Co-operation on SATCOM On-The-Move

    Lieutenant Colonel (RM) Christopher Armstrong

    Lieutenant Colonel (RM) Christopher Armstrong, SO1 Strike Network Project, Royal Marines

    Mr Darren Buck

    Mr Darren Buck, Liaison to Air Force & Space Force for the DoD Executive Agent for DoD Mission Partner Environment, Mission Partner Capabilities Office (MPCO) (SAF/CDMX)

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    16:10

    Chairman’s Closing Remarks and Close of Day Two

    Col. (ret'd) Patrick H Rayermann

    Col. (ret'd) Patrick H Rayermann, Retired, U.S. Army


    Retired
    U.S. Army
    Director, Aviation Enablers Requirements Determination Directorate AE-RDD
    US Army Futures Command
    SO1 Strike Network Project
    Royal Marines
    Deputy Director, Interoperability & Proponency Branch Chief
    Joint Interoperability & Data Link Training Center (JID-TC)
    Commanding Officer, 9th Communication Battalion
    USMC
    Deputy Chief, Tactical SatComm Division
    USSF/Space Systems Command
    Ingénieur de l’Armement
    DGA
    Liaison to Air Force & Space Force for the DoD Executive Agent for DoD Mission Partner Environment
    Mission Partner Capabilities Office (MPCO) (SAF/CDMX)
    J36 Technical Director, Joint SATCOM Panel Co-Chair
    USSPACECOM/J36
    Project Manager, Tactical Network Technical Management Division Lead
    PEO C3T, US Army
    Director, US Navy Unmanned Task Force
    US Navy
    Technical Director, Navy Communications and GPS Navigation Programs
    PEO C4I
    NCOIC, C4 WEPTAC
    57th Rescue Squadron, US Air Force (Europe)

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