|Calendar of Events|
June 5-6: Defense Logistics Agency Annual Business Conference. Richmond, Va. www.dscr.dla.mil June 6-7: McGraw-Hill's Homeland Security Summit and Exposition. Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center, Washington, D.C. Call 212-904-3892 or 800-240-7645, ext 7.
June 6-9: Airex 2002. The only "civil-only" aviation exhibition held in the region. Istanbul, Turkey. See www.airex2002.com
June 11-13: American Helicopter Society 2002 National Forum. Attendees will focus on the latest developments in vertical flight technology and operations. Montreal. See www.vtol.org/ahsfrm.html
June 11-13: Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association TechNet 2002. A gathering of top government, industry and military professionals specializing in communications, electronics, intelligence, information systems, imaging and multime-dia. See www.afcea.org
June 13-17: Adjutants General (AGAUS) Conference. AGAUS, an advocacy group for the National Guard, hosts this event open to defense contractors, defense officials and the public. See www.agaus.org/conference_homepage.htm
June 17-21: Eurosatory Exhibition 2002. This international event is for companies involved in the manufacture and sale of land and land-air defense equipment. Paris-Nord Villepinte, France. See www.eurosatory.com
June 18: Lean Manufacturing: An Overview and Live Simulation. Georgia Tech Lean Enterprise Services, Macon, Ga. Call 404-894-6100.
June 19-21: Interlog 2002. Conference dedicated to spare parts logistics and after-market service. San Diego. Call Worldwide Business Research at 212-885-2696.
June 23: Charleston Air Expo. Charleston Air Force Base, S.C. Call 843-963-5656.
June 24-27: Cinema Expo International 2002. RAI Convention and Congress Centre, Amsterdam. Featured will be the latest in digital cinema technology. See www.agaus.org/conference_homepage.htm
July 7-10: Joint Propulsion Conference. Indiana Convention Center and RCA Dome, Indianapolis. More than 700 papers covering all areas of propulsion sciences will be presented during the conference, which includes exhibitors. See www.aiaa.org
July 9-11: Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International's 29th Annual Symposium and Exhibition. Disney's Coronado Springs Resort, Lake Buena Vista, Fla. Called by the association the world's largest event dedicated to unmanned sys-tems. See www.auvsi.org or call 703-920-2720.
July 17-19: UV2002. This unmanned vehicles conference and exhibition will be held at The Royal Lancaster Hotel, London. See www.uv2002.com
July 20-21: Royal International Air Tattoo air show. Royal Air Force Fairford, Gloucestershire, England. Operational and historic military aircraft from all over the world go on display. Scheduled flying displays include the United Kingdom's Red Arrows aerobatic demonstration team. See www.airtattoo.com
July 22-28: Farnborough International. Farnborough, England. One of the world's largest air shows and aerospace trade expositions. Public days, July 27-28. See www.farnborough.com
August 5-8: American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics Guidance, Navigation, and Control Conference & Exhibition. Monterey, Calif. See www.aiaa.org
August 12-16: Aerial Refueling Systems Advisory Group 2002 Conference. Westin Indianapolis Hotel, Indianapolis. Discussions on the latest technology and training related to aerial refueling. See www.arsaginc.com
August 24: Johnson Space Center Open House. Houston. A close-up view of the NASA space program and astronaut training facilities. See www.nasa.gov
August 27-29: International Satellite and Communications Exchange and Expo 2002. Long Beach, Calif, Convention Center. Event focuses on the global convergence of the satellite, communications, broadcasting and space industries. See www.satcomexchange.com
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