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ASNE Day '99: Plotting A Course Beyond 2000

With events occurring from May 21- 22, 1999, this year's American Society of Naval Engineers annual exhibition will commence in Washington, D.C. at the Hyatt Regency with a keynote session on Friday — the conference's premiere day.

V.Adm. Arthur K. Cebrowski, USN, president, Naval War College, will speak on behalf of future challenges that await naval warfare systems development for the year 2000 — and how to explore them. Attendees will also view the latest new industry products, as well as attending the Society's Awards Luncheon at which U.S. Atlantic Fleet Commander in Chief, Adm. J. Paul Reason, USN will be the featured speaker. Following, that same afternoon, and on Saturday, will be the technical paper sessions. Three concurrent sessions of discussion include: Marine Engineering, Future Ship Designs, Combat Systems, Marine and Environmental Engineering, Shipbuilding, Maintenance and Maintainability, and Ship Design Process.

Former Secretary of the Navy, the Honorable James H. Webb, Jr. will deliver Saturday's keynote speech and will also be available to sign copies of his latest work, "The Emperor's General." Culminating the conference will be the Society's banquet on Saturday evening with Virginia State Senator and chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee the Honorable John Warner as guest speaker. ASNE's Harold E. Saunders and Gold Medal Awards will also be presented at the banquet. If you would like to reserve a booth at the exhibition, please contact Carey Filling at (703) 415-3080.

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