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Future Naval Plans & Requirements 2006


Venue: Earls Court Conference Centre London, UK

Europe’s premier naval forum, Defence IQ’s Future Naval Plans & Requirements, is a key event in the maritime calendar. It is an essential tool for leading naval figures to come together and discuss future needs and doctrinal evolution. Through a combination of addressing key issues and profiling current programmes and requirements, a detailed picture is build up over two days that equips the delegate for the year ahead.

This year critical elements will be addressed including the role of the Defence Industrial Strategy, key platforms moving towards production such as CVF and the French PA.2 and the evolving role of OPVs as a method around ‘feast & famine’ and hull reduction. There are also important lessons to be learned in the areas of mine clearance and evolving force structures. There is no better event to enhance your understand of future maritime developments.


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