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2014 President's Cup Golf Tournament Central Maryland Chapter
Description: The President¿s Cup is an organizational (down to smallest unit for industry, military or government) two person match play challenge. Team members must be full time employees of the organization. While the team for any particular event is restricted to the two people that start the round, an organization may change their team composition between matches as long as all participants satisfy the full time employment requirement. The season will take place from April through October with one match played each month. Competition will be conducted like a ¿Soccer Cup¿ with teams randomly placed in four team groups. Over a period of three months, each team will play all group members once and the teams will be ranked (1st thru 4th) within their group based on their win/­loss record and overall points won. Once ranked, each team will be assigned to a flight: 1st place teams to ¿A¿ Flight; 2nd place teams to ¿B flight; 3rd place teams to ¿C¿ flight and 4th place teams to ¿D¿ flight. Flights will be divided up into two groups of four teams where each team will again play everyone within their group once to determine a flight group winner based on win/­loss record and overall points. The two group winners of each flight will play a final match to determine the flight winner. Flight winners will receive a trophy with the ¿A¿ flight winner receiving the President¿s Cup. Format: In Match Play, each hole is competed as a single competition within the total round. The lower score of each team wins the hole. The team with the most holes won at the end of the 18 holes is the winner and receives two (2) match points. If the teams are tied (all square after the match), each team will receive one (1) match point. A losing team receives zero (0) match points for the match. The team match play will be conducted as a 6­-6-­6 challenge: ¿1st six holes: Played as Captain¿s Choice where each teammate tees off and the best shot is selected. Each teammate hits their next shot from the chosen location. Play continues through holing out and the score is recorded for the team. ¿2nd six holes: Played as Better Ball where each teammate plays their own ball from tee to green and the best score of the two represents the team score. ¿3rd six holes: Played as alternate shot where one teammate will tee off on 13, 15 and 17 while the other teammate will tee off on 14, 16 and 18. After teeing off, players alternate hitting the ball until it is holed out. The team score is recorded. Note: this is re-occuring golf event that last from April - September. For more detailed information then please visit us on the Event URL listed.
Location: Hobbit's Glen Golf Club, MD
Systems Engineering: Principles And Practices For C4I Systems Course Southern New England Chapter
04/16/2014 - 04/21/2014 C4I Systems Engineering Certificate Program
(Six Bi-Weekly, Three Hour In-Class and Live Online Classes)April Thru June (See Schedule Below) Attendance is open to all. Tuition is $400 (non-AFCEA), $300 (AFCEA) and $75 (YAC/Student). Government and Corporate Tuition Vouchers and PayPal are welcomed. Please contact Please contact Joe Loda at or call 203-671-0885. Schedule & Times: Wed 4/16/2014, Wed 4/30/2014, Wed 5/14/2014, Wed 5/28/2014, Wed6/11/2014, Wed 6/25/2014. Each class will run from 3:00pm to 6:00pm. This multi-class course is second in a six course series in our C4I Systems Engineering Certification Program. The objective of the program is to prepare civilian and government professionals to define, develop, design, integrate, test, deploy and sustain C4I (Command, Control, Communications, Computer, and Intelligence) systems for joint military and civilian crisis management operations This course covers the foundational components of field systems engineering (SE) with the following topics: SE models/frameworks, SE processes and activities, complex systems structures, system development and lifecycles, SE management, SE decision analysis/methods, SE tasks and activities for advanced development, production, integration and testing, fielding and operational support lifecycles. The next course ¿Systems Engineering: Principles and Methods for C4I Systems¿ covers detailed SE processes, methods, tools and procedures and ties theory to practical implementation. This course includes the necessary SE methods, case studies and exercises to help prepare students to take the International Council on Systems Engineering (INCOSE) Certified Systems Engineering Professional (CSEP) examinations.
Location: Lockheed Martin Corporation, 76 Hammarlund Way, Middletown, RI
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