The Dixie Crow Chapter of the Association of Old Crows is proud to announce their 40th Annual Dixie Crow EW/IO Symposium to be held in Warner Robins at the Museum of Aviation, Robins AFB, Georgia. Our theme, “The Power of EW & ISR for Sustained Air Supremacy”; emphasizes the important work carried out by the men and women on Robins AFB; military and civilian along with our local contractors. The defense complex supports worldwide those that develop and maintain Electronic Warfare (EW) and Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (ISR) systems deployed by our Warfighters on a daily basis to defend our freedom and preserve liberty around the world.
Event Registration: Dixiecrow2015.infinity-international.com
Sampling of committed speakers to date:
Lieutenant General Charles Stenner, Jr., USAF (ret) – Banquet Speaker
Major General Ken Israel, USAF (ret), AOC President – Guest Speaker
Maj Gen Bob “Cowboy” Dulaney, USAF (Ret) – F-35 Community Relations, LM
Brig Gen John Mooney III, AFRC/IG – Key Note Speaker
Mr. Bob Stein, Defense Science Board – 21st Century Military Operations in a Complex Electromagnetic Environment
The Joint Services Wiring Action Group, Joint Fiber Optic Working Group and Aircraft Wiring Support Equipment Commodity Technical Interchange Meeting will also be in Warner Robins during the week of 22-26 March. These groups will be collaborating their agendas with the Dixie Crow Conference Agenda in an attempt to participate in as many activities as possible as well as leverage the opportunity to interface with the EW/IO Communities both government and industry while in the area. Please visit https://jswag.navair.navy.mil/ to create an account and register (website requires a Common Access Card (CAC). If you do not have a CAC and wish to get more information, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Crow’s N.E.S.T. (Novel Experiments with Science & Technology) 2nd Annual Event will be held on Wednesday, 25 March 2015 from 11:00 AM – 3:00 PM. This event positioned inside and in front of the Museum’s Century of Flight Hangar will promote Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Robotics displays and technology demonstrations with interactive experiences that will capture the minds and hearts of students, parents, and teachers. The event is a collaborative effort between local military, government civil service, academia, defense industry, and volunteers designed to inspire students to pursue STEM careers. Interaction with the robotics displays and technology demonstrations will demonstrate to students that STEM can be both fun and engaging. Enthusiastic workers in STEM fields will also be on hand to answer questions and help students learn how they can prepare to enter the exciting world of STEM. 15 Interactive Demonstrations confirmed and 249 Students confirmed to date
RAFB Program Executive Officer (PEO) Review & Outlook – Thursday, 26 March 2015 – Museum of Aviation. Please contact the Robins Regional Chamber of Commerce Aerospace Industry Committee Chair, Lisa K. Frugé-Cirilli at email@example.com or 478-750-4756 with any questions. Registration closes on Monday, 16 March 2015