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Update: Online registration is closed but you can still register in person for the 2019 Directed Energy Summit on Wednesday, March 20 only, or watch the Summit live by clicking “Join Now” starting at 8:00 a.m. on Wednesday, March 20. We will stream the full day of presentations live from 8:00 a.m.-5: 00 p.m.
The Classified session on March 21 is closed for registration. We are unable to accept registrations in person.
The fifth annual 2019 Directed Energy Summit is co-sponsored by Booz Allen and the Center for Strategic and Budgetary Assessments (CSBA). Discussion will focus on the urgent need to acquire directed energy weapons to help counter significant existing and emerging threats.
Lessons learned from rapid acquisition and prototyping in the development of directed energy weapons demonstrate the maturity of the technology and the need to accelerate its military transition.
Delivering on the promise of directed energy weapons means placing them in the hands of warfighters to support our national security. Join in the conversation with representatives from the Office of the Secretary of Defense, Joint Staff, Air Force, Army, Navy, and Marine Corps, legislators, and the U.S. defense industry.
To review the 2018 Directed Energy Summit discussion, read the highlights, or watch videos of last year’s presentations, see below.
These videos offer the latest discussion in Directed Energy policy, from the 2018 Directed Energy Summit. Featuring Dr. Mike Griffin, Elbridge A. Colby, Dr. Nadia Schadlow, and Jeffrey S. White. Read More
These videos offer the latest discussion in Directed Energy legislation, from the 2018 Directed Energy Summit. Featuring Senator Martin Heinrich, Representative Tim Ryan, Senator Mazie Hirono, and Mara Motherway. Read More
These videos offer the latest discussion in the evolution of Directed Energy, from the 2018 Directed Energy Summit. Featuring Colonel Dennis Wille, Brigadier General Gen Huyck, Lieutenant General R. Scott Williams, General Robin Rand, Dr. David Stoudt and Mark Gunzinger Read More