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The 2017 Directed Energy Summit focused on informing decision-makers across the U.S. defense policy, operational, funding and acquisition communities on the potential development and deployment of directed energy (DE) capabilities (high energy lasers, high power microwave/RF systems, and electronic warfare) within the next five years.
This two-day event, co-sponsored by Booz Allen Hamilton and the Center for Strategic and Budgetary Assessments (CSBA), brought together more than 500 government and industry stakeholders within the first 60 days of the new administration and Congress.
Directed Energy Week in DC also included two events hosted by the Directed Energy Professional Society (DEPS) as part of the Directed Energy to DC Exhibition: March 28th exhibition in the Pentagon courtyard (0900 – 1400) and an afternoon exhibit and reception on March 30th at the Rayburn House Office Building Foyer (1300 – 1900). See www.deps.org for more information.
“The added value of directed energy weapon systems can no longer be ignored. Cost-effectiveness, lethality, infinite magazine capacity, and precision targeting are all attributes that the military seeks and needs in its weapon systems.”
- Senator Martin Heinrich (D-N.M.)
U.S. Senator Martin Heinrich
Senate Armed Services Committee
General James “Mike” Holmes
Commander, Air Combat Command
Ms. Mary Miller
Acting Asst. Secretary of Defense for Research and Engineering
Admiral John Richardson
Chief of Naval Operations
Lieutenant General Bradley A. Heithold
Principal Deputy Director, Cost Assessment and Program Evaluation, Office of the Secretary of Defense
Major General William Hix
Director of Strategy, Plans & Policy, Deputy Chief of Staff G-3/5/7, Headquarters, Department of the Army
The 2017 Directed Energy Summit brought together more than 500 government and industry stakeholders within the first 60 days of the new administration and Congress. Explore videos from many of the sessions from the event.