MG Manke, the State Adjutant General for the US State of Minnesota
MG Jarrard, the Director of Operations, US National Guard Bureau J-3/4/7
BG McKinney, European Command Deputy Director J5
CSCM is pleased to announce our latest sponsors:
Rigaku – Since its inception in 1951, Rigaku has been at the forefront of analytical and industrial instrumentation technology. Today, with hundreds of major innovations to their credit, the Rigaku group of companies are world leaders in the fields of general X-ray diffraction, thin film analysis, X-ray fluorescence spectrometry, small angle X-ray scattering, protein and small molecule X-ray crystallography, Raman spectroscopy, X-ray optics, semiconductor metrology, X-ray sources, computed tomography, nondestructive testing and thermal analysis.
CAEN SyS – Their mission is to provide customers with radiation detection instrumentation that will add operational benefit and enhanced safety via nuclear measurements. CAEN SyS is the new Systems & Spectroscopy Division of CAEN Spa. Such division relies upon an extremely strong foundational knowledge of nuclear measurement instrumentation in developing Radiation Measurements Systems and Spectroscopy Solutions. These systems and solutions are perfectly suited to operations involving Nuclear Fuel Facilities, Nuclear Power Plants, Measurements Laboratories, and Security Applications.
CSCM is pleased to welcome our latest sponsor, MIL Sistemika. Their company develops and sells commercial off-the-shelf products in the area of military command & control, communications, and training & simulation products.
DOK-ING – DON’T SEND A MAN TO DO A MACHINE’S JOB! DOK-ING is an engineering powerhouse of heavy-duty robotics & autonomous systems. In a few words, by integrating its own innovations and new technologies, develops and manufactures robotic and autonomous systems to protect human lives & property in dull, dirty and dangerous environments, known to responders, primarily in Military Engineering, CBRNe, Emergency Response & Underground Mining.-duty robotics & autonomous systems.
We are pleased to announce we will be joined by a senior member of the Defense Threat Reduction Agency, US (DTRA).
The congress is also pleased to announce the prestigious Armed Forces Radiobiology Research Institute, US (AFRRI) will be attending with multiple members and participating in the radiological training workshop and the congress field exercise.
The following NATO member countries will be attending:
- Country of Croatia – Croatian CBRN Military personnel
- Country of Germany – we will be joined by their Special Operations Command CBRN platoon.
- Country of Italy – we will be joined by members of the Italian Army 7th CBRN Regiment.