Delivering Rotary Capability Overmatch via Asset Modernization & FVL Acquisition
IDGA's 4th Annual International Military Helicopter USA Summit will provide a means to discuss the ongoing efforts to meet the next generation of innovative rotary winged assets to bolster air and battlefield overmatch. Continued rotary wing asset modernization, coupled with the US Future Vertical Lift (FVL) directive is driving helicopter capability development on a global scale, ushering in a new age of rotorcraft capability.
Following Operation Enduring Freedom and Operation Iraqi Freedom, the DoD called for an inquiry into the US Armed Forces’ rotorcraft fleet’s capabilities, as it did not meet the Commander’s and Warfighter’s need for speed, range, automation, maintainability, among other critical capability sets. Emphasis had long been placed on modernizing and maintaining existing platforms, while emphasis on new platform development was not as high. However, the FVL directive aims to provide a new family of military helicopters, one that will ensure the United States’ dominance in the vertical lift domain throughout the 21st century and beyond.
The International Military Helicopter USA Summit will also provide an in-depth viewpoint as to the rotary wing capability development efforts of our NATO and allied partners. Join our summit for a senior-level understanding of the modernization and new platform development challenges experienced by our international partners in order to drive future collaborative initiatives for helicopter operations, capabilities, and programs.
Join IDGA’s 4th Annual International Military Helicopter USA Summit for the unique opportunity to collaborate and network with key leaders, international partners, solutions providers, and subject matter experts across the military helicopter community. Don’t miss out on your opportunity to network, share, and learn to drive the next generation of military helicopters!
2019 Speakers Include:
Future Vertical Lift Cross Functional Team, US Army Futures Command
Program Executive Officer
Commander Defence Helicopter Command
Royal Netherlands Air Force
Principal Deputy to the Assistant Secretary of the Army for Acquisition, Logistics, and Technology
Commander Helicopter Wing Karup
Royal Danish Air Force
Chief of the Combat Training Department (A7)
The Czech Air Force HQ
Program Manager, PMA-276
Marine Light/Attack Helicopter Programs
Deputy Commander of Operations
128th Aviation Brigade
Chief of Staff
Chief of Naval Air Training (CNATRA)
Vertical Lift Research Center of Excellence, Daniel Guggenheim School of Aerospace Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology
By attending this valuable conference, you will:
Get face to face with senior military officials and industry leaders to drive real-time feedback and actionable discussions
Build collaborative partnerships with military and industry representatives in our workshops and networking breaks
Examine new technologies being developed and explore the ramifications for the industry
Gain a broader perspective of the current challenges to rotary aviation, an understanding of the FVL Directive, and our international allies' challenges