Earn Reserve Credits
Members of the Navy, Marine Corps and Coast Guard Reserves have been authorized to earn one point retirement credit for attendance. Amy and Air Force Reserve and National Guard personnel may participate on a non-pay credit basis, with approval of unit commander. Bring unit forms with you to the conference for validation.
All Joint Warfighting Conference events are business dress. Military personnel are encouraged to wear the appropriate uniform of the day for all events.
AFCEA and the U.S. Naval Institute support the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990. Attendees with special needs should call (703) 631-6130.
About the Co-Sponsors
AFCEA International, established in 1946, is a non-profit membership association serving the military, government, industry, and academia as an ethical forum for advancing professional knowledge and relationships in the fields of communications, information technology, intelligence, and global security. AFCEA supports local chapters, sponsors events, publishes the award-winning SIGNAL Magazine, promotes education, and provides member benefits – all with the purpose of equipping its members to meet government’s challenges and to further their careers. AFCEA and its chapters provide a common ground for learning that is unquestioned in its integrity and unequaled in the reach of its relationships. More than 31,000 members support AFCEA International for the same reason: we help them succeed and enable them to serve.
Telephone: (800) 336-4583, ext. 6158 or (703) 631-6158
The U.S. Naval Institute
The U.S. Naval Institute, founded in 1873, is the only non-profit, professional military association offering an independent, nonpartisan forum on sea power and national security issues. Its publications, conferences and heritage resources help military and civilians understand the role each plays in safeguarding national security – and our obligation to the men and women of the all-volunteer force who provide it. Proceedings and Naval History magazine are USNI’s print publications.
Telephone: (800) 233-8764 or (410) 268-6110