General Information


The LandWarNet Conference has significant participation by senior Department of Defense and Army military and civilian leadership, as well as significant commercial industry representation, therefore we should demonstrate a professional appearance. The following appropriate dress guidance is issued for the conference:

ALL PRESENTERS while on stage or presenting and at the Awards Banquet:
- Military: ACUs
- Civilian: Business suits with four-in-hand tie (equivalent business attire for ladies)

- Military: ACUs
- All others: Open collared shirts with appropriate business pants (business pants, skirts, or dresses for ladies), business suit with tie, or shirt and tie, as each person desires.
- No Levis or Hawaiian shirts or similar attire should be worn during the conference hours.

The LandWarNet Conference supports the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990. Attendees with special needs: for advance requests before 15 August, please contact Pat Holmes at 703-631-6130 or


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