Military & Aerospace Electronics Forum to hit San Diego

A few months ago I thanked you for your support of our Military Technologies Conference, held last March in Boston.

Sep 1st, 2007
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John McHale, Executive Editor

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A few months ago I thanked you for your support of our Military Technologies Conference, held last March in Boston.

This month I’m excited to tell you that we have renamed our event the Military & Aerospace Electronics Forum and are moving it to San Diego on March 11 and 12, 2008 at the San Diego Convention Center.

The Military & Aerospace Electronics Forum is brought to you by Military & Aerospace Electronics Magazine and targets the challenges military designers face and the solutions industry provides.

We’ve renamed the event to better align it with our flagship magazine and to provide you, our reader, with a live forum to discuss the technological issues and applications we cover in our publication.

We’ve moved to San Diego not only because it’s beautiful in March but also because Southern California is where many of you are located.

Our content will reflect the hottest topics from our magazine coverage as we did in past events with modules on thermal management and network-centric communications.

In addition to the conference, during our exhibition you can look forward to a collaborative environment conducive to productive discussions, exchanging ideas, meeting new business partners, and reconnecting with current customers.

Please continue to check out our conference website (www.milaeroforum.com) as our Advisory Council of top industry players and experts as well as conference staff move forward in the planning process for the 2008 conference.

We created this event as forum to discuss the issues most important to you, so if you have any suggestions or concerns about our conference content please feel free to contact me at jmchale@pennwell.com and help us create the best conference content possible next year.

I look forward to hearing from you and seeing you in San Diego in 2008.

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