Submarine Technology Symposium

14 - 16 Jul 2020  New Date Reminder
Laurel, USA
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The Submarine Technology Symposium provides the opportunity to discuss the design of the next generation submarines, the technology advances required for critical enablers to the undersea force as part of distributed warfare operations, and the technology advances to disrupt and outpace the adversary. Submarine leadership is present throughout STS and welcomes this opportunity for debate and dialog in this time of unprecedented opportunity in the design of future submarines and undersea systems.


09:00 AM-06:00 PM (expected)
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100 - 500
Based on previous editions

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Logistics & Transportation


14 - 16 Jul 2020
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Frequency Annual
Next edition likely in Jul 2021

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Naval Submarine League

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Patrick Kabamba

Patrick Kabamba

Warehouse clerk/data capturer at Seabourne Express

Johannesburg, South Africa
Richard Nordin

Richard Nordin

Troy, United States
Sandra Souders

Sandra Souders

Architect at Department of the Navy

Bethesda, United States
Millard S Firebaugh

Millard S Firebaugh

Engineer at General Atomics

Annapolis, United States
Laurie Carter

Laurie Carter

Navy BD at Rite-Solutions Inc.

Arlington, United States
Donald P. Brutzman

Donald P. Brutzman

Researcher at Naval Postgraduate School (NPS)

Monterey, United States
Ray Potts

Ray Potts

Principal Assistant Program Manager at PEO C4I / PMW 770

San Diego, United States

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Speakers (past edition)

Phillip Sawyer

Phillip Sawyer

COMSUBPAC at US Navy United States
James Bellingham

James Bellingham

Director, Center for Marine Robotics at Woods Hole Oceanographic... United States

Exhibitors Profile

The United States’ ability to maintain and extend its position of superiority in the undersea battlespace is critical to the success of the National Security Strategy. Superiority in the undersea battlespace underpins the Joint Force’s ability to access and operate effectively in other domains, including air, surface, cyber, land, and space. It is essential that the nation preserves this winning edge in the undersea domain to achieve required military outcomes and exercise strategic influence in the future

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