IDGA Martime Modernization to be Held in D.C.

Friday, November 15, 2002
IDGA’s Maritime Modernization conference will be held in Washington D.C. on January 28 – 29, 2003 The conference will address the transformation of the U.S. maritime domain. Topics to be discussed at this year’s conference include: modernizing the Coast Guard through its Deepwater Program, transforming the US Navy through a new family of surface combatant ships and redefining the mission for other various maritime agencies Attend this informative event and hear key leaders and experts like Vice Admiral Thad Allen, US Coast Guard Chief of Staff and Rear Admiral Patrick Stillman, PEO for the Deepwater Program and Congressman Frank LoBiondo discuss strategies, requirements and capabilities of the maritime community. Register today by calling 800 822 8684, email at info@idga.org or visit www.idga.org Make sure to mention Product Code M301 when registering

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