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'a very useful, informative and well balanced conference'

Michael Wood, Managing Director, Whitehall Advisers

SMi's Fifth Annual Conference on...

Military Airlift & Tankers

30th & 31st October 2002, The Hatton, London

A unique opportunity to learn from military, government & research experts including: · Major General Roger Brady, Headquarters Air Mobility Command, Director of Operations, US Air Force · Brigadier General Ted Bowlds, Programme Executive Officer, Airlift and Trainers, US Air Force · Colonel John Thompson, C-17 Air Vehicle Integrated Product Team Leader, US Air Force · Lieutenant Colonel Thomas Klincar, Chief, Doctrine and Policy Division, Directorate of Plans & Programs, US Air Force · Major Pedro Sipols, NATO AAR Coordination Cell, Chief AAR NATO Southern Region, NATO · Major Keith Boone, Chief, Doctrine Branch, US Air Force · Andy Baker, FsAST2b, Defence Procurement Agency, Ministry Of Defence · Russ Cole, C-17 Integrated Project Team (IPT) Leader, ES (Air), Defence Logistics Organisation · Gerhard Mey, Project Manager, Large Aircraft, BWB · Lennart Persson, Senior Operations and Avionics Analyst, FMV

Benefits of attending:

· UNDERSTAND the global concept of

Military Airlift & Tankers

· DISCOVER the recent advances in

Military Airlift & Tankers

· LEARN about different countries'

perspectives

· KEEP abreast of key developments and

challenges facing today's military & commercial organisations

PLUS A HALF DAY EXECUTIVE BRIEFING

· DEVELOP key contacts through this

focused networking forum

Public Private Partnership Options for Airlift/Tanker projects

1st November 2002, The Hatton, London

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Day One 30th October 2002

8.30 9.00

Registration & Coffee 1.40 Chairman's Opening Remarks Wing Commander (Ret'd) Andrew Brookes, Aerospace Analyst, International Institute for Strategic Studies WORLDWIDE COMMAND AND CONTROL OF MOBILITY AIRFORCES

AIRBUS MILITARY A400M Meeting global airlift requirements · The military requirements behind A400M · The A400M key features and capabilities · The A400M tanker capabilities · Digital design demonstration ­ walkabout in the virtual reality airframe · A400M's global prospects Air Commodore Brian Poulton, Military Advisor, Airbus Military AIRBUS A400M: A UNIFIED EUROPEAN AIRLIFT FORCE The European solution to airlift needs? · Meeting the European requirements for a military airlift aircraft · Joint engineering, technical & logistical support­ pooling European military airlift resources · Future prospects for A400M development/adaption · Is it in danger of being replaced by a mix of C-17 and C-130Js? · Challenges in getting agreement from all countries involved Wolfgang Bruehmann, Programme Manager, OCCAR Harald Stern, Requirements Officer, OCCAR C-17 GLOBEMASTER III Past, present and future · Key requirements for the next generation airlifter · Additional program improvements · Future goals · Key capabilities and notable achievements · Ensuring a bright future Colonel John Thompson, C-17Air Vehicle Integrated Product Team Leader, US Air Force Afternoon Tea UK C-17 ACQUISITION AND OPERATION The story so far · The UK requirement for Short Term Strategic Airlift (STSA) · The challenges in the commercial funding and leasing of military aircraft · Introduction to RAF service · Operational achievements to date · Integrated logistic support arrangements · The future for the UK C-17 Russ Cole, C-17 Integrated Project Team (IPT) Leader, ES (Air), Defence Logistic Organisation TANKER TRANSPORT SOLUTIONS FOR THE EUROPEAN UNION Issues for consideration · What are the requirements? · Why is it important to have a right-sized aircraft? · Interoperability, key to successful coalition operations · Possible low cost innovative solutions · What is in the future for tanker transports? Tom Crawford, Business Development, Tanker Programs, The Boeing Company MEETING MODERN NEEDS In the future · Future airlifter & global mobility concepts · Potential needs for new airlifter & tanker aircraft · Meeting these potential needs · The role of PFI in these future developments Michael Swick, Manager, Strategic Air Mobility, Lockheed Martin Chairman's Closing Remarks and Close of Day One

9.10

Making the system work · Global command and control ­ systems and processes · Global basing and deployable units ­ getting to the flight · Mobility platforms of today and tomorrow Lieutenant Colonel Thomas Klincar, Chief, Doctrine and Policy Division, Directorate of Plans & Programs, US Air Force Major Keith Boone, Chief, Doctrine Branch, US Air Force GLOBAL WAR ON TERRORISM 2.20

9.40

A Mobility Perspective · "Firsts" in mobility operations · The new "tactical" mobility force · Changes in training and equipment · The U.S. mobility future Major General Roger Brady, Headquarters Air Mobility Command, Director of Operations, US Air Force US AIR FORCE PERSPECTIVE 3.00

10.20

Airlift requirements · Current capacity of US airfleet · Solutions to the shortfall · Military & commercial co-operation · Tanker requirements · Long term strategy for requirements' fulfilment Brigadier General Ted Bowlds, Program Executive Officer, Airlift and Trainers, US Air Force

3.40

4.00

11.00

Morning Coffee THE GERMAN PERSPECTIVE

11.20

Capability & requirements · Current German airlift capability · Strategic lift requirements · Co-operation throughout Europe · The impact of a capability-led policy on procurement Gerhard Mey, Project Manager, Large Aircraft, BWB THE SWEDISH PERSPECTIVE

4.40

12.00

Capability & requirements · Current Swedish airlift capability · Performed analyses · Requirements' development study · A possible way forward Lennart Persson, Senior Operations & Avionics Analyst, FMV 5.20

12.40

Lunch

6.00

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Day Two 31st October 2002

8.30 9.00

Re-registration & Coffee Chairman's Opening Remarks Jason Chamberlain, Director, Airlift, Surveillance & Tanker Engine Programs, Pratt & Whitney NEW DEVELOPMENTS IN TRANSPORT AIRCRAFT ENGINES An overview · Current transport aircraft engines · The changing needs of the military · Prolonging engine life · Maintenance and upgrade issues · Future developments in engines Turner Lee Wilkerson III, Marketing Director ­ CF6 & CFM56 Military Transport Engines, General Electric Aircraft Engines NATO'S REFUELLING CAPABILITY Current situation of refuelling capabilities · NATO AAR Coordination cell · The alliance AAR concept and ATP 56 · Relation with the European Union · NATO requirements · Long term strategies · The future Major Pedro Sipols, NATO AAR Coordination Cell, Chief AAR NATO Southern Region, NATO AIR TO AIR REFUELLING Issues for consideration · The operational need · Flexibility is the key · Modern equipment for modern needs · Advanced technology & low risk David Foulger, Business Development Manager, Flight Refuelling Morning Coffee

12.40

Lunch SYNTHETIC AIRCREW TRAINING SERVICES

1.40

DPA experience of procurement and delivery of Synthetic Aircrew Training Services · Current projects · Experience · Benefits of PFI/PPP · The challenges · The future Andy Baker, FsAST2b, Defence Procurement Agency, Ministry Of Defence TOTAL SERVICE PROVISION

9.10

2.20

Key issues · PFI in defence · The TTSC consortium · Applying commercial best practice · Keys to success Keith Archer-Jones, Bid Director, Transport & Tanker Service Company ADVANCES IN PPP/PFI AIRLIFT AND TANKER PROJECTS

9.40

3.00

Relevant legal issues · Public/Private Partnership options for airlift/tanker projects · Essential features of PPP/PFI · Risk transfer · Payment/performance Richard Armitage, Partner, Simmons & Simmons

10.20

3.40

Afternoon Tea UNCONVENTIONAL PROCUREMENT SOLUTIONS

11.00

4.00 11.20 PROPULSION SYSTEM SOLUTIONS Meeting future requirements · Today's situation · New and derivative propulsion systems · The changing environment · Providing comprehensive solutions Lars Seumenict, Customer Business Executive, Rolls Royce INTEGRATED SELF PROTECTION SYSTEMS Defensive Aids Suite (DAS) for large aircraft · Post Sept 11 issues · Generic threat scenario(s) · Integrated situation awareness and counter-measures response strategy · Use of off-board data to reduce costs · Affordability / commonality / performance trade-offs · Support facility considerations · Future trends David Peck, Programme Director, BAE SYSTEMS

How PPP can help to deliver global reach · The historical context · Whole life approach to capability · Structuring a PPP deal · The current status of the market Dr Timothy Stone, International Chairman, KPMG PPP Advisory Services, KPMG ADVANCES IN STRATEGIC AIRLIFT & TANKER CAPABILITY

12.00

4.40

Beyond the 21st Century · Challenges & opportunities for the future · International co-operation · PFI: commercial & government co-operation · The way forward John Sharp, Business Development Manager, Serco Aerospace

5.20

Chairman's Closing Remarks and Close of Conference

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UPCOMING EVENTS

SEPTEMBER 2002 · 16/17 Military Data Fusion www.smi-online.co.uk/df5.asp · 16/17 Electronic Warfare www.smi-online.co.uk/ew5.asp · 18/19 Supporting Forward Deployment www.smi-online.co.uk/sfd5.asp · 18/19 Directed Energy Systems www.smi-online.co.uk/des5.asp · 23/24 Future Surface Warships www.smi-online.co.uk/fsw5.asp · 25/26 Network Centric Warfare www.smi-online.co.uk/4thncw5.asp · 25/26 Defence Acquisition www.smi-online.co.uk/acquisitions5.asp OCTOBER 2002 · 7/8 Global Missiles Summit · 7/8 Air C4I · 9/10 Battle Management C4I · 9/10 International Offsets: A US Perspective · 16/17 Future Air System Technology · 30/31 Maritime Surveillance · 30/31 Military Airlift and Tankers NOVEMBER 2002 · 04/05 Anti Shipping Missiles · 04/05 Future Armoured Wheeled Vehicles · 06/07 Underwater Warfare: Submarines, ASW & Naval Mines · 11/12 Contractor Logistics Support · 11/12 Rapid Reaction Deployment · 11/12 PPP in Defence · 13/14 Indirect Fire Support · 20/21 Command Posts of the Future II · 25/26 Global MilSatCom · 25/26 Defence Digitization ­ A Scandinavian Perspective DECEMBER 2002 · 02/03 Urban Warfare · 02/03 NATO Infrastructure Systems and Contracts · 04/05 Supply Chain Management for Defence

What previous SMi Defence Delegates have to say: "Very informative and interesting"

A. J. Morris, Chief Technician, Equipment Support (Air) RAF

"One of the best organised and executed conferences I have attended. Good speakers and very good support. Well Done!"

Kent Wiemeyer, Deputy Site Leader, USNATEX (Mitre)

"A well run and informative two days"

Steve Oram, PGB3, Future Fuze Manager, Defence Procurement Agency

"An exceptional effort to successfully bring together the right mix of...experts"

Lt Commander Stephen Peters, AWW Requirements Officer, National Defence Headquarters, Canada

'Very interesting and topical...'

Eugene Staffa, Manager, Business Development, Strategy and Business Development, Intelsat

HALF DAY EXECUTIVE BRIEFING

Public Private Partnership Options for Airlift/ Tanker projects

1st November 2002, The Hatton, London

In association with:

This Executive Briefing, run jointly by Simmons & Simmons and KPMG, will examine the legal and financial structure for defence PFI projects using the Future Strategy Tanker Aircraft project as a case study. Executive Briefing Content 8.30 9.00 Registration & Coffee Session 1 · Building a business from the public sector · Managing the pre-bid phase and the information of bidding groups · Defining the scope of the business · Service requirements Morning Coffee Session 2 · Insurance/liability issues · Termination and its consequences · Step-in · Stakeholders and their roles · Financing the deal Discussion and Questions ­ review the session Close of Briefing

11.00 11.15

12.45 1.00

About your Briefing Leaders: Richard Armitage is a partner in the Commercial Group at Simmons & Simmons. He is leading the firm's team which is advising the MoD on the Public/Private Partnership for the Defence Evaluation and Research Agency and is also advising on the proposed Partnering Arrangements at UK Naval Bases, as well as Future Strategic Tanker Aircraft Project for the provision of air to air refuelling and air transport services to the RAF, the largest PFI project in the UK defence sector. Dr Timothy Stone is an investment banker with over 20 years of experience and is International Chairman of KPMG's PPP Advisory business and founder of KPMG's financing group. He is currently working on a number of projects for both private and public sector clients including the FSTA air - to air refuelling aircraft project. About the Companies: Simmons & Simmons is a world class law firm with over 800 legal staff throughout Europe, the Middle East, Asia and the USA. They focus on the needs of their international financial markets and corporate clients, providing a comprehensive range of legal services KPMG has tailored its services - including assurance, tax and legal, consulting, and financial advisory services - to address the complex business challenges faced by global clients. Through the firm's international network of industry professionals, the best people, products and technologies are combined to enhance services with industry insights and best practices.

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