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ARGENTINA CHAPTER CHAPTER - Oct 11, 2012
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Symposium Covers ISR

The chapter sponsored a symposium titled “Information, Surveillance and Electronic Reconnaissance” held in October at the Argentina Army University in Buenos Aires with 40 attendees. Col. Oscar Gonzalez, FAA (Ret.), chapter board member, coordinated the event. Speakers were: Col. Miguel Angel Silva, FAA (Ret.); Patricio Marco; Gustavo Mezza; Alejandro Acquesta; Lt. Col. Miguel Angel Blanco, EA (Ret.); and Capt. Horacio Chimenti R., ARA (Ret.). Speakers addressed the following topics: air traffic control radar and its use as a means of maritime reconnaissance; an example of transhorizon radars in Malvinas; an unmanned aerial vehicle project in the Army; updating the LIPAM system; management and crisis management and emergency response; system integration and geographic documentary; and shipping under electronic.

Event Photographs:

Rear Adm. Emilio Nigoul, ARA (Ret.) (r), chapter president, presents a certificate of recognition to Col. Oscar Gonzalez, FAA (Ret.), chapter board member and coordinator of the October symposium.
Rear Adm. Emilio Nigoul, ARA (Ret.) (r), chapter president, presents a certificate of recognition to Col. Oscar Gonzalez, FAA (Ret.), chapter board member and coordinator of the October symposium.
Lt. Col. Miguel Angel Blanco, EA (Ret.) (l), receives a certificate from Adm. Nigoul at the October symposium.
Lt. Col. Miguel Angel Blanco, EA (Ret.) (l), receives a certificate from Adm. Nigoul at the October symposium.
At the chapter’s October symposium, Col. Gonzalez (2nd from r) presents a certificate to an attendee (r).
At the chapter’s October symposium, Col. Gonzalez (2nd from r) presents a certificate to an attendee (r).

For more details regarding this event contact:
Hugo Cargnelutti
54 11 4311-1071 Int 184

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