Calendar of Events
May 6-10: Worldwide Air & Missile Defense Conference. Air and missile Defenders - both military and civilian from around the world - gather to share ideas and expertise. This year's theme: "AMD in the Objective Force." Fort Bliss, El Paso, Texas. Call 915/568-6446.
May 11-15: Army Aviation Association of America Nashville, Tenn. Contact the AAAA national office at 203/268-2450, or see www.quad-a.org.
May 12-16: Society for the Advancement of Materiel and Process Engineering's 2002 Symposium & Exposition. Long Beach, Calif. Call 626/331-0616.
May 12-15: 2002 Regional Airline Association's Annual Convention Nashville, Tenn. For latest conference updates, see www.raa.org.
May 13-14: World Summit on the Space Transportation Business. Annual gathering for networking and contract negotiations between launch procurement managers and service providers. Hotel Inter-Continental, Paris, France. See http://www.euroconsult-ec.com/web/space/ media_wsummits/pdf/prelim_broch.pdf
May 14-15: National Aeronautical Science & Technologies Conference. Sponsored by the Air Force Research Laboratory and the Aeronautical Systems Center. Dayton Convention Center, Dayton, Ohio. See www.nastc-conf.com
May 14-16: World Airline Training Conference and Trade Show 2002. Adams Mark Hotel, Dallas. Call 770/962-8490, or see www.halldale.com
May 15-26: Cannes Film Festival. Cannes, France. Boeing Digital Cinema and others plan to have displays at this prestigious international film festival. See www.festival-cannes.fr
May 20-23: Technical Conference and Workshop on unmanned aerospace vehicles, systems, technologies, and operations Portsmouth, Va. Sponsored by the American Institute of Aeronautics & Astronautics. For information, see www.aiaa.org
May 20-21: Aircraft Interiors Conference and Exhibition. An assembly of cabin equipment buyers and sellers. Fort Worth Convention Center, Fort Worth, Texas. Call 760/804- 1420, or see www.aircraft-interiors.net
May 27-May 30: Global Navigation Satellite
Systems Conference. Copenhagen,Denmark. See www.gnss2002.com
May 29-30: 3rd Annual Specialist Repairs & Processes Conference for the Americas, Dallas. For more information, see http://www.aviation-industryconferences.com
June 5-6: Defense Logistics Agency Annual Business Conference Richmond, Va. See www.dscr.dla.mil
June 6-7: McGraw-Hill's Homeland Security Summit & 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 International 2002. A gathering of top government, industry and military professionals specializing in communications, electronics, intelligence, information systems, imaging and multimedia. See www.afcea.org
June 13-17: Adjutant's General Association of the United States, or 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 18: Lean Manufacturing: An Overview and Live Simulation. Georgia Tech Lean Enterprise Services, Macon, Ga. Call 404/ 894-6100.
June 18-20: Boeing Metals Technology Exchange. This annual event features presentations, posters and hardware displays from around the company. This year's theme: "Integrating Common Metals Technology Across the Boeing Enterprise." Plant II Auditorium, Seattle. See www.mte.web.boeing.com or call 253- 342-8933.
July 22-28: Farnborough International 2002, Farnborough, United Kingdom: One of the world's largest air shows and aerospace trade exhibitions. In 2000, more than 130,000 attended. Public days July 27-28. See Farnborough.com or email email@example.com
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