customerservices@smi-online.co.ukVIRTUAL CONFERENCE: ONLINE ACCESS ONLY

Building on our critically acclaimed 2019 edition, the 21st annual conference remains the preeminent forum for the international air mobility and airlift community – providing critical perspectives from heavy and tactical airlift, rotary wing and AAR industries.

In light of growing operational demands, coupled with recent examples of military support to civilian authorities in the recent COVID-19 epidemic, means that there has never been a more important time to view how armed forces, industry and governments are developing this force multiplier.

Covering key mission areas such as resource pooling and sharing, humanitarian support, AAR technical updates and news from multi-national and national procurement efforts – this comprehensive conference remains the an essential calendar date for those in the airlift and AAR community.

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AFLCMC; AFLCMC/WKDI KC-135 FMS; A-ICE s.r.l.; Air Base Eindhoven; Airbus; Airbus Defence & Space - Military Aircraft; Airbus Defence and Space; AMSS Ltd; Boeing; Boeing Global Services and Support; Brazilian Air Force; Cobham Mission Equipment; EATC; Elix Aviation Capital Limited; Embassy Of Argentina; Embassy of Chile; Embassy of Ukraine in Italy ; Embraer; Embraer Defence & Security; Embraer Defense & Security; ETAC – European Tactical Airlift Centre; European Defence Agency; French Air Force; GB Consulting bvba; German Air Force; IAI Istituto Affari Internazionali; IrvinGQ; Italian Air Force; Italian Joint Operations Headquarters; JBTC; Jeppesen ; Jetex; Leonardo; Leonardo Aerostructures Division; Lockheed Martin Aeronautics; Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Company; Ministry of Defense; Movement Coordination Centre Europe (MCCE); Nato Defense College; NATO NSPA; Norwegian Defence Logistics Organisation; Ocean Software Pty Ltd; RAF High Wycombe; Royal Danish Air Force; SAC Heavy Airlift Wing C2 sqn; SHZ Aviation; SkyTech; SMi Group Ltd; Strategic Airlift Capability (SAC); Strategicomms / Flynews; Swedish Armed Forces; The Boeing Company; TLD America; TLD Group ; U.S. Air Force Expeditionary Center; UAE GHQ; US Air Force; US Cargo Systems; USAFE; Viasat Inc; Viasat, Inc.; World Food Programme; World Fuel Service; World Fuel Services;

Conference programme

10:00 Chairman's Opening Remarks

Mr Laurent Donnet

Mr Laurent Donnet, Managing Director, Avidonn Consulting
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10:15 The Spanish Approach to Airlift Capabilities

Lieutenant Colonel Jose Ramon Garcia Paniagua

Lieutenant Colonel Jose Ramon Garcia Paniagua, A400M Wing, Spanish Air Force

  • An overview of the transfer from the C-130 to A400M
  • Utilisation of airlift for airborne operations, air logistics and aeromedical evacuation – key case studies
  • Full operating capability for the A400M and feedback from its introduction
  • Airlift training and work within the International Training Centre (ITC)
  • Looking forward: greater integration into pooling and sharing efforts
  • 10:45 Session Reserved for Airbus

    Senior Representative

    Senior Representative, Name To Be Confirmed, Airbus

    11:15 Morning Break

    11:45 Generating and Sustaining Capability Through No.2 Groups Air Mobility Element

    Group Captain Doz James

    Group Captain Doz James, Deputy Air Mobility Force Commander, Royal Air Force
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  • Air mobility at the centre of air power: moving ground forces across theatres of operation to respond to security and humanitarian challenges
  • Air-to-Air refuelling as a force multiplier for air assets – feedback from operation deployment of the Voyager in AAR operations
  • Joint and combined air mobility: how No 2 Group has enhanced collaboration with allies to deliver future capability
  • VIP transportation considerations – key considerations and aspects
  • 12:15 MRTT Unit Update

    Colonel Jurgen  Van der Biezen

    Colonel Jurgen Van der Biezen, Commander Multinational MRTT Unit , Royal Netherlands Air Force
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  • MMU’s mission to provide global and reliance AAR, airlift and aeromedical evacuation capability
  • Vision for full operating capability by 2024 and IOC by 2021 – key timelines for delivery
  • Training of personnel: ADS training facilities in Seville and Getafe
  • OPCON with EATC and opt out options.
  • AAR training


  • 12:45 The Bloody 100th: Extending Operation Capability Through AAR

    Colonel Troy Pananon

    Colonel Troy Pananon, Wing Commander, 100 Air Refuelling Wing, US Air Force
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  • Vision and mission: extending deterrence and reach through projected airpower in the European and African theatres of operation
  • Forging partnerships and developing interoperability within the European AOR
  • Aerial refuelling to support C2, rapid deployment and aeromedical evacuation
  • Enduring objectives: maintaining readiness and building lethality in a global strategic environment
  • 13:15 Networking Lunch

    14:00 A Different View Of The GSE Bottleneck

    Mr Peter Owitz

    Mr Peter Owitz, Vice President Military Programs, Products and Sales , TLD
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  • Method for examining the cargo handling operation
  • Understanding the relationship between people, equipment, information and mission to identify improvement opportunities
  • TLD GSE Technology trends to target these improvement opportunities
  • 14:30 World Food Programme: Airlifting to Save Lives

    Mr Philippe Martou

    Mr Philippe Martou, Chief Preparedness - OSEP, World Food Programme

  • Humanitarian requirements and key drivers for airlifting
  • World Food Programmes global presence and work towards delivering UN sustainability goals by 2030
  • WFP supply chain: aircraft and ground segment support for humanitarian logistics
  • Evolution of WFP aviation activities – cargo and humanitarian air drops
  • 15:00 Change to Minimizing Natural Hazards Impact in Military Air Operations

    Mr Alejandro Marti

    Mr Alejandro Marti, CEO, MITIGA Solutions

    15:30 Afternoon Break

    16:00 Session Reserved for Sponsor

    16:30 Building Energy Reliability and Resilience to Support the Air Force Mission

    Mr James Olden

    Mr James Olden, Chief of Current Operations for Aviation Energy Policy, US Air Force

  • An introduction to USAF Operational Energy and its role
  • Delivering support for fuel logistics, data research, aircraft sustainment and future acquisitions
  • Enhancing combat capability and mitigating operational risk to the warfighter through energy informed solutions
  • Creating an energy optimised air force and key timelines
  • 17:00 Strategic Views on the Integration of the KC-390 into the Brazilian Air Force

    Colonel Sergio Heitor Carpinteiro Peres

    Colonel Sergio Heitor Carpinteiro Peres , Commander 204 Squadron, Brazilian Air Force
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  • Strategic aims and ambitions of the Brazilian AF: prototyping and procuring the KC-390 to meet regional requirements
  • Tactical and strategic lift requirements within the Brazilian AOR
  • How the KC-390 provides consistent air-to-air refuelling capability for the Brazilian Air Force and enables strategic reach
  • Integrating heavy lift platforms with ISR and other mission critical air assets
  • 17:30 Industry Panel: Supporting Military Operators for Airborne MRO

    Mr Laurent Donnet

    Mr Laurent Donnet, Managing Director, Avidonn Consulting
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  • Where can industry support military operators in their deployment in strategic lift
  • MRO how can commercial operators can provide greater flexibility for military forces
  • What industry-military collaboration can enable for strategic and tactical airlift
  • Driving efficiency through new ownership models for defence operators
  • 18:15 Chairman’s Closing Remarks and Close of Day One

    Mr Laurent Donnet

    Mr Laurent Donnet, Managing Director, Avidonn Consulting
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    10:00 Chairman's Opening Remarks

    Mr Laurent Donnet

    Mr Laurent Donnet, Managing Director, Avidonn Consulting
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    10:15 Rapid Global Mobility: Right Effects, Right Place, Right Time

    Senior Representative

    Senior Representative, Air Mobility Command, US Air Force

  • Priorities for Air Mobility Command: maintaining full spectrum readiness, mobility operations in contested environments and innovation
  • Global effects and overview of air mobility operational wings
  • Time to CONUS for aeromedical evacuation and its support in saving lives
  • Fuelling the fight: AAR capabilities enabled by AMC
  • Feedback from Mobility Guardian 2019 and COVID-19 operations


  • 10:45 Session Reserved for Sponsor

    11:15 Morning Break

    11:45 Management of the Emergency Covid-19 in Italy

    Colonel Luca Tonello

    Colonel Luca Tonello, Joint Coordination Cell Chief, Emergency Covid 19 – Technical board at the Civil Protection Department – Airlift support, Italian Air Force
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  • The air mobility situation in the national and international stage – areas of deployment and recent aeromedical requirements
  • C-27J and C-130 as a means to provide flexible tactical capability
  • Domestic support within the COVID-19 outbreak
  • Importance of the worldwide strategic capability
  • Guidelines for the future: benefiting from training, standardisation and forces integration
  • An overview of inter-theatre capability: Italian mobility groups
  • 12:15 Session Reserved for Leonardo

    12:45 Advanced Airlift Tactics Training Centre

    Colonel Deanna Franks

    Colonel Deanna Franks, Commandant, AATTC, US Air Force
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  • An overview of AATTC’s mission brief and strategic guidance
  • AATTC’s OODA loop – analyse, develop, test and train: ADTT to offer assistance in the development of air forces across a variety of platforms
  • AATTC as a key COE for EW and operating within degraded environments
  • Working with ETAP to take part in joint collaborative efforts for advanced training
  • Combat aircrew tactics studies and mobility electronic combat officers courses as a main stream for training


  • 13:15 ETAC: Driving Cooperation Through Advanced Airlifting Training

    Colonel Fernando  Raimundo Martinez

    Colonel Fernando Raimundo Martinez, Commander, ETAC – European Tactical Airlift Centre
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  • From 2017 founding, development of IOC and work to deliver advanced tactical airlift training
  • Promoting a European strategic culture through ETAC and work with wider partners such as the AATTC
  • ETAC tasking and delivery of a permanent operational base for air mission planning
  • Benefits of technology integration and adoption of new training programmes to support airlift capability development
  • 13:45 Lunch Break

    14:30 Session Reserved for Sponsor

    15:00 The New RAF Support Force and Its Role In Enabling Expeditionary Operations

    Senior Representative

    Senior Representative, RAF Support Force, Royal Air Force

  • A4 force elements – high readiness and flexible squadrons
  • Delivery operations for UKMAMS deployment capability
  • Maintaining airworthiness in the group and MRO considerations
  • Expeditionary logistics and field supply and mobility
  • 15:30 European Air Transport Command: Key Perspectives

    Senior Representative

    Senior Representative, Name to be Announced , European Air Transport Command

  • Key EATC facts and figures: missions flown and national “red card” system for mission control
  • EATC’s current fleet – tactical and strategic capability in service
  • Generating a common tactical operating procedure: EATC as an air mobility COE
  • Case studies in EATC aeromedical evacuations and strategic support for multi-national operations
  • ATARES a framework for pooling and sharing organisation
  • 16:00 Providing Lean Airlift Capability: The Heavy Airlift Wing

    Colonel James Sparrow

    Colonel James Sparrow, Commander, Heavy Airlift Wing
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  • Current view of man hour integration into the HAW: national participants
  • Assets within HAW’s framework: C-17 Globemaster as the workhorse for the effort
  • Involvement in humanitarian and goodwill operations to support the member states and beyond
  • Investment in Papa and development of the wing
  • Concluding comments and thoughts on pooling and sharing frameworks
  • 16:30 Afternoon Tea

    17:00 An Introduction to SALIS

    Lieutenant Colonel Harald Struzyna

    Lieutenant Colonel Harald Struzyna, CO SALCC, Strategic Airlift Interim Solution (SALIS)

  • Utilisation of AN-225, AN-124 and AN-22 to provide strategic lift capability
  • RO/RO system to reduce logistical footprint and impact in support for COVID supplying
  • Integration with MCCE and ATARES and pooling and sharing frameworks
  • Strategic utilisation of ATARES and where SALIS can be utilised as a benchmark for pooling and sharing


  • 17:30 MCCE: Providing Strategic Depth to European Operations

    Lieutenant Colonel Herve Braun

    Lieutenant Colonel Herve Braun, Chief, Operations, MCCE

  • Maximising the capacity of limited strategic lift: MCCE pooling and sharing framework
  • Supporting organisations for the MCCE – enabling multimodal, worldwide operations
  • Collaboration within complex mission sets: optimising use of assets
  • ATARES and connection to MCCE in the APAC region
  • Access to ATARES membership and flexibility within the approach
  • 18:00 PANEL: Airlift - Military Assistance to Civilian Authorities During the COVID-19 Outbreak

  • Utilising airlifters to support remote territories with supplies during the suspension of normal civilian transport links
  • Feedback from the deployment of assets for aeromedical evacuation during the early containment stages of the outbreak
  • Where nations have worked together to support the most effective utilisation of assets
  • Lessons learned for airlift deployment in MACA operations
  • Mr Laurent Donnet

    Mr Laurent Donnet, Managing Director, Avidonn Consulting
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    Group Captain Doz James

    Group Captain Doz James, Deputy Air Mobility Force Commander, Royal Air Force
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    Colonel Luca Tonello

    Colonel Luca Tonello, Joint Coordination Cell Chief, Emergency Covid 19 – Technical board at the Civil Protection Department – Airlift support, Italian Air Force
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    18:30 Chairman’s Closing Remarks and Close of Day Two

    Mr Laurent Donnet

    Mr Laurent Donnet, Managing Director, Avidonn Consulting
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    Colonel Jurgen  Van der Biezen

    Colonel Jurgen Van der Biezen

    Commander Multinational MRTT Unit , Royal Netherlands Air Force
    Colonel Luca Tonello

    Colonel Luca Tonello

    Joint Coordination Cell Chief, Emergency Covid 19 – Technical board at the Civil Protection Department – Airlift support, Italian Air Force
    Group Captain Doz James

    Group Captain Doz James

    Deputy Air Mobility Force Commander, Royal Air Force
    Mr James Olden

    Mr James Olden

    Chief of Current Operations for Aviation Energy Policy, US Air Force

    Colonel Deanna Franks

    Commandant, AATTC, US Air Force
    Colonel Deanna Franks

    Colonel DeAnna Franks is the Commandant for the Advanced Airlift Tactics Training Center at Rosecrans ANGB, Saint Joseph, Missouri. As Commandant, Col Franks oversees the advanced tactical training to airlift aircrews from across the Total Force and in cooperation with 18 allied nations. Through a Total Force Initiative and her command, the AATTC also provides Tactics Analysis, Tactics Development, and Electronic Warfare Development for the mobility community. Serving as the cornerstone for aircraft tactics, the AATTC maintains a reputation as the mobility air force's "Tactics Center of Excellence". During Col Franks’ 20 year Air Force career her background as a pilot in the C-130 as well as other trainer aircraft at Undergraduate Pilot Training and the Powered Flight Program at the United States Air Force Academy, lends her to continue a strong passion for leadership in the military flight training realm with our young airmen.


    Colonel Fernando Raimundo Martinez

    Commander, ETAC – European Tactical Airlift Centre
    Colonel Fernando  Raimundo Martinez

    Colonel Fernando Raimundo Martinez was born in 1967 and joined the Spanish Armed Forces in 1984. He received his commission in 1989 through the Spanish Air Force Academy where he graduated. He is Transport and Helicopter Pilot. With more than 4800 flying hours, Colonel Raimundo has an extensive combat experience having participating, among others, in Balkans Operations (Deliberate Guard/Allied Force/SFOR/KFOR), in ISAF Afghanistan (2007 and 2013), in 2008 EUFOR CHAD/RCA, in 2011 UNIFIED PROTECTOR (LYBIA), in 2013 A/M MALI (OPERATION SERVAL) and lastly in Operation INHERENT RESOLVE (OIR) in Syria and Iraq in direct support to Counter DAESH. Colonel Raimundo has completed, among others, the Combined Joint Staff Course at National Defence and Joint Staff College (CESEDEN) in Madrid, NADEFCOL SENIOR COURSE (Nato Defense College) in Rome, International Crisis Management Course (Spanish Diplomat School) in Madrid, Armed Conflicts and International Humanitarian Law Diploma (International Red Cross Committee), United Nations Military Observer Course (Spanish Army Warfare Center) Madrid, and Security Cooperation Management Action Officer Course (DISAM) in Wright-Patterson AFB. International experience: he was assigned in 2008 to the NATO Air Command HQ Izmir, Turkey. He was leading the Tanker & Transport Cell in the Air Operations Team of the Battle Staff when Izmir HQ was responsible of Operation Unified Protector (OUP) as JFACC. Later, from 2014to 2018, he was assigned to the NAEW&CF E3A Component in Geilenkirchen (Germany) as Commander of the Flying SQ2. His promotion to Colonel took place on December the 1st 2019 and he was appointed as ETAC Commander the 4th July 2020 where he presently remains.

    Colonel James Sparrow

    Commander, Heavy Airlift Wing
    Colonel James Sparrow

    COLONEL JAMES S. SPARROW Colonel James S. Sparrow of the United States Air Force is the Commander of the Strategic Airlift Capability Heavy Airlift Wing, HDF Pápa Air Base, Hungary from 27 June 2019.Colonel Sparrow received his commission from the United States Air Force Academy in 1993. He has served in a variety of positions at the Squadron, Group, and Wing levels, including Evaluator Pilot, Instructor Pilot, Functional Check Flight pilot, Scheduler, Training Officer, Executive Officer, Flight Commander, and Assistant Operations Officer, Operations Officer, and Commander. Following attendance at the U.S. Army Command and General Staff College, earning the Joint Planner Designation, he served on the staff of U.S. European Command in a variety of positions within the Directorate for Strategy, Policy, and Assessments including duty as the command lead for the stand-up of the Strategic Airlift Capability program from 2007-2009. Following his first tour in Europe, Col Sparrow served as a C-17 Operations Officer during one of the busiest operations tempos in Mobility Air Forces history including a combat deployment with his squadron. After this he commanded the 37th Flying Training Squadron at Columbus AFB, Mississippi producing over 230 pilots yearly for the U.S. Air Force and international partners in Specialized Undergraduate Pilot Training and the International Aviation Leadership Program flying the T-6 Texan II trainer. After his Squadron Commander tour, he served as the Chief, Security Assistance Policy, International Training and Education for the Office of the Deputy Under Secretary of the Air Force, International Affairs (SAF/IA). In this capacity he was responsible for developing, coordinating and implementing policy to optimize the U.S. Air Force’s security cooperation programs with partner nations to include managing aviation and technical training courses, flying exercises and requirements for international partners. Colonel Sparrow was the Vice Commander of the Strategic Airlift Capability Heavy Airlift Wing between 6 July 2017 and 27 June 2019. Prior to his assignment to the HAW, Col Sparrowwas the Vice Commander, 3rd Wing, Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, Alaska providing the commander, U.S. Pacific Command, trained and equipped tactical air dominance forces, command and control platforms, and strategic and tactical airlift resources for contingency operations to include interception of hostile forces within the Alaskan North American Aerospace Defense Command Region. The 3rd Wing operated C-17, F-22, E-3, and C-12 aircraft to support this mission set. He is a Command Pilot with over 6,000 flying hours in T-37, T-38, C-5, T-1, C-17, T-6, C-12, and E-3 aircraft. EDUCATION 1993 Bachelor of Science in General Engineering, USAF Academy, Colorado Springs, CO 2000 Squadron Officer School, Maxwell AFB, AL 2001 USAF Advanced Instrument School, Randolph AFB, TX 2003 Air Command and Staff College (Correspondence), Maxwell AFB, AL 2004 Masters of Aeronautical Science, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Daytona Beach, FL 2006 United States Army Command and General Staff College, Ft Leavenworth, KS 2007 Joint Forces Staff College, Norfolk, VA 2008 Air War College (Correspondence), Maxwell AFB, AL 2008 NATO School-Expeditionary Logistics Planners Course, Oberammergau, Germany ASSIGNMENTS 1.June 1993 – May 1995, Student, Euro-NATO Joint Jet Pilot Training, Sheppard AFB, TX 2.May 1995 – August 1998, C-5 Instructor Aircraft Commander, 21st AS, Travis AFB, CA 3.August 1998 – December 2000, JSUPT T-1A Instructor Pilot, 32nd FTS, Vance AFB, OK 4.December 2000 – April 2003, T-1A PIT Evaluator and Functional Check Flight Pilot, 99thFTS, Randolph AFB, TX 5.April 2003 – December 2005, C-17 Instructor Aircraft Commander, Charleston AFB, SC 6.January 2006 – December 2006, Student, U.S. Army Command and General Staff College, FtLeavenworth, KS 7.January 2007 – May 2009, Branch Chief, then Executive Officer to the Director of Strategy,Policy, and Assessments, United States European Command, Stuttgart, Germany 8. May 2009 – June 2011, Operations Officer and C-17 Evaluator Aircraft Commander, 7th AS, McChord Field, WA 9. July 2011 – July 2013, Commander, 37th FTS, Columbus AFB, MS 10. July 2013 – May 2015, Chief, Security Assistance Policy, International Training & Education, Office of the Deputy Under Secretary of the Air Force, International Affairs, Headquarters U.S. Air Force, Washington, D.C. 11. May 2015 – June 2017, Vice Commander, 3rd Wing, Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, AK 12. July 2017 – Present, Vice Commander SAC Heavy Airlift Wing, HDF Pápa Air Base, Hungary

    Colonel Jurgen Van der Biezen

    Commander Multinational MRTT Unit , Royal Netherlands Air Force
    Colonel Jurgen  Van der Biezen

    Colonel Jurgen van der Biezen started his Air Force career in 1981. After graduating from pilot training in 1985 he flew the NF-5 and F-16 and was assigned as squadron commander and Deputy Base Commander Airbase Volkel.

    In 2011 he switched to the Air Transport domain. He was assigned twice to the European Air Transport Command as Head OPS and Functional Division. As of 10 July 2019 he is assigned as the first Commander Multinational MRTT Unit .

    Col van der Biezen accumulated some 2,200 hours in the F-16 with a grand total of 4100 flying hours. During summer 2019 he converted to the A330 MRTT.

    Colonel Luca Tonello

    Joint Coordination Cell Chief, Emergency Covid 19 – Technical board at the Civil Protection Department – Airlift support, Italian Air Force
    Colonel Luca Tonello

    Colonel Luca TONELLO joined the Italian Air Force in 1983. He spent the great part of his career involved in air movement as a C 27A and C 130J pilot and as an air operations manager. He worked at the Italian Air OPS Command and at the European Airlift Centre and Movement Coordination Centre Europe in Eindhoven NL. Commanding Officer of the 41ST Anti-Submarine Warfare Wing and Sigonella AFB, after four years as Chief of Staff of the Italian Joint Force Head-Quartiers, became Air Mobility and Special Forces Command Chief Operations and Training. In 2017 he acted as Commanding Officer of the Joint Air Task Force, with the function of Senior Authority of the international airfield of Herat, for NATO Mission Resolute Support in Afghanistan. In 2020 he has been appointed Airlift Support Joint Cell Coordinator of the Technical Board for Emergency Covid 19 at the Civil Protection Department. He has 4.500 hours (including 200 in war environment) flying with SF 260, MB 339A, G 222, C 130J, C 130J-30, BR 1150 Atlantic. During his career he took part into a number of real operations around the world. For his job he has been awarded with several national and international decorations. He wrote several articles for specialized aeronautical magazines, gave lectures and presentations in national and international contexts. Colonel Luca Tonello has a Politics Science Master University degree (University of Trieste), an Aeronautics University degree (Federico II University of Napoli), a Strategic-Military International Studies Master (University of Milano and LUISS G. Carli University of Roma). He attended the Joint Staff College in Roma in 2001/2002 and is qualified as Legal Advisor for Armed Forces.

    Colonel Sergio Heitor Carpinteiro Peres

    Commander 204 Squadron, Brazilian Air Force
    Colonel Sergio Heitor Carpinteiro Peres


    Name: Sérgio Heitor Carpinteiro Péres Júnior
    Birth date: 06/08/1974
    Join Brazilian Air Force: 01/19/1995

    1. January 1995 - December 1998, student, undergraduate pilot training, Air Force Academy, Pirassununga, São Paulo;
    2. December 1998 - March 2000, T-27 pilot training, 1st Squadron of the 5th Group of Aviation, Natal, Rio Grande do Norte;
    3. March 2000 - January 2005, C-95 instructor pilot, 1st Airlift Squadron, Belém AFB, Belém, Pará
    4. January 2005 - January 2008, instructor pilot, 1st Squadron of the 5th Group of Aviation, Fortaleza AFB, Fortaleza, Ceará.
    5. January 2008 - January 2016, instructor pilot, 2nd Squadron of the 2nd Group of Transport, Galeão AFB, Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro.
    6. January 2016 - January 2017, executive officer of the General Air Command, Brasília AFB, Brasília, DF.
    7. January 2017 - January 2018, student, Air Command and Staff College, Brazilian Air Force University, Rio de Janeiro.
    8. January 2018 - January 2020, Commander, 2nd Squadron of the 2nd Group of Transport, Galeão AFB, Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro.
    9. January 2020 - now, executive officer of the Brazilian Air Force HQ, Brasília AFB, Brasília, DF.

    Rating: command pilot
    Flight hours: more than 3,700
    Aircraft flown: T-25, T-27, C-95, C-98, KC-137, and B767-300 ER.

    Second Lieutenant august 31, 1999
    First Lieutenant august 31, 2001
    Captain august 31, 2007
    Major august 31, 2012
    Lieutenant Colonel august 31, 2016
    Colonel august 31, 2020 (future)

    (Current as of July 2020)


    Colonel Troy Pananon

    Wing Commander, 100 Air Refuelling Wing, US Air Force
    Colonel Troy Pananon

    COLONEL S. TROY PANANON Colonel S. Troy Pananon is the Commander, 100th Air Refueling Wing, Royal Air Force Mildenhall, United Kingdom, supporting four U.S. Air Force Major Command flying programs and more than 16,800 military, civilian, dependent and retiree personnel. With 15 KC-135 aircraft, the wing is the only permanently assigned air refueling operation in the European theater. Prior to assuming his current position, Colonel Pananon served as the Vice Commander, 6th Air Mobility Wing, MacDill Air Force Base, Fla., where he assisted the wing commander in leading more than 3,000 people and providing worldwide air refueling and combatant commander airlift support in addition to the support of Headquarters U.S. Central Command, Headquarters U.S. Special Operations Command. Colonel Pananon served five years as an enlisted Marine prior to receiving his commission from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Daytona Beach, Fla., in 1996. He was initially assigned as a maintenance officer at Hurlburt Field, Fla., and then attended Undergraduate Pilot Training at Columbus Air Force Base, Miss. Colonel Pananon has commanded an operations support squadron and is a command pilot with more than 4,000 flying hours in the T-37, T-1, C-21, KC-10, C-5, C-37. EDUCATION 1996 Bachelor of Science in Aeronautical Science, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Daytona Beach, Fla. 2001 Squadron Officer School, Maxwell AFB, Ala. 2006 Air Command and Staff College, Maxwell AFB, Ala., by correspondence 2008 Masters of Science in Aeronautical Science, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University Daytona Beach, Fla. 2009 Masters of Military Operational Arts and Science, Air Command and Staff College, Maxwell AFB, Ala. 2012 Air War College, Maxwell AFB, Ala., by correspondence 2015 Masters of National Security Strategy, National War College, Ft. McNair, Washington D.C. ASSIGNMENTS 1. May 1996 - May 1998, Munitions Flight Commander, 16th Equipment Maintenance Squadron, later Assistant Maintenance Supervisor, 16th Aircraft Generation Squadron, Hurlburt Field, Fla. 2. May 1998 - May 1999, student, specialized undergraduate pilot training, Columbus AFB, Miss. 3. July 1999 - July 2002, Flight Commander and C-21A Flight Examiner, later Assistant Chief of Standardization and Evaluation, 457th Airlift Squadron, Andrews AFB, Md. 4. July 2002 - November 2005, Flight Commander and KC-10A Instructor Aircraft Commander, 6th Air Refueling Squadron, Travis AFB, Calif. 5. March 2006 - August 2008, Chief Pilot and C-5 Aircraft Commander, 9th Airlift Squadron, Chief, Wing Executive Officer and C-5 Instructor Aircraft Commander, 436th Airlift Wing, Dover AFB, Del. 6. August 2008 - June 2009, Student, Air Command and Staff College – Political Military Affairs Strategist Fellow, Maxwell AFB, Ala. 7. July 2009 - August 2010, International Military Education and Training Program Officer, Office of Defense Representative - Pakistan, Islamabad, Pakistan 8. August 2010 - May 2011, Assistant Director of Operations and KC-10A Instructor Aircraft Commander, 6th ARS, Travis AFB, Calif. 9. May 2011 - May 2013, Commander, 60th Operations Support Squadron, Travis AFB, Calif. 10. Jun 2013 - Jul 2014, Executive Officer to the Commander, 18th Air Force, Scott AFB, Ill. 11. Jul 2014 - Jun 2015, Student, National War College, Fort McNair, Washington D.C. 12. Jul 2015 - Jul 2017, Chief, Joint Force Headquarters Exercise Branch, Headquarters United States European Command, Stuttgart, Germany 13. Jul 2017 - May 2019, Vice Commander, 6th Air Mobility Wing, MacDill Air Force Base, Fla. 14. May 2019 - Present, Commander, 100th Air Refueling Wing, RAF Mildenhall, United Kingdom FLIGHT INFORMATION Rating: Command Pilot Flight hours: More than 4,000 Aircraft flown: T-37, T-1, C-21, KC-10, C-5, C-37 MAJOR AWARDS AND DECORATIONS Defense Superior Service Medal Legion of Merit Defense Meritorious Service Medal Meritorious Service Medal with three oak leaf clusters Air Medal Aerial Achievement Medal Air Force Commendation Medal with one oak leaf cluster Air Force Achievement Medal Joint Meritorious Unit Award Meritorious Unit Award Air Force Outstanding Unit Award with Valor with eight oak leaf clusters Navy Meritorious Unit Commendation Marine Corps Good Conduct Medal EFFECTIVE DATES OF PROMOTION Second Lieutenant May 4, 1996 First Lieutenant May 4, 1998 Captain May 4, 2000 Major April 1, 2006 Lieutenant Colonel Dec. 1, 2010 Colonel March 1, 2017 (Current as of June 2019)


    Group Captain Doz James

    Deputy Air Mobility Force Commander, Royal Air Force
    Group Captain Doz James

    Group Captain Doz James joined the RAF in 1989.

    His flying career consists of predominately operating the C130 in the AAR, Air Transport and Aerial Delivery roles.

    He has commanded C130 detachments in Iraq, Afghanistan as well as the Falkland Islands. As Commanding Officer 24 Squadron, he led the transformation of the C130 training unit to include the initial training courses for the A400M.

    He took over as the deputy Force Commander for the RAF Air Mobility Force in July 2020.

    Lieutenant Colonel Herve Braun

    Chief, Operations, MCCE
    Lieutenant Colonel Herve Braun

    Lieutenant Colonel Jose Ramon Garcia Paniagua

    A400M Wing, Spanish Air Force
    Lieutenant Colonel Jose Ramon Garcia Paniagua

    Mr Alejandro Marti

    CEO, MITIGA Solutions
    Mr Alejandro Marti

    Mr James Olden

    Chief of Current Operations for Aviation Energy Policy, US Air Force
    Mr James Olden

    Mr Laurent Donnet

    Managing Director, Avidonn Consulting
    Mr Laurent Donnet

    Laurent Donnet is a colonel in the Belgian Air Force Reserve and as working as a freelance aviation expert consultant since November 2016 at AviDonn Consulting.
    He joined the Royal Military Academy in 1985 and graduated as a military pilot in 1990. He served on F-16 from 1991 until 2007 and totalizes 2100 flying hours on the type, including 120 war missions. Throughout his career he occupied several positions, concluding as a squadron commander in 2006. He participated in Operation Allied Force in 1999 over Kosovo and was the first commander of the initial Belgian F-16 detachment in Afghanistan in 2005.
    After his operational assignments, he attended Staff College in Paris and worked at the Belgian Joint Headquarters’ Strategy Department in the Capabilities Development Branch as air expert and advisor to the Chief of Defence.
    He subsequently joined the European Defence Agency (EDA) in April 2009 in the Capabilty Development Directorate and stayed until October 2016. First, as Project Officer in Deployability where he tackled strategic air and sea lift issues, then as Programme Manager for Airlift and AAR. He was in charge of several ventures, out of which EDA’s European Air Transport Fleet partnership signed in 2011 by twenty Member States. He led the multinational C27J and C295 projects as well as AAR initiatives like one dealing with A400M aerial refuelling role equipment and another one regarding AAR clearances and certification. In 2012, he initiated an AAR project that resulted into the now well-known Multinational MRTT Fleet Programme. He was also the EDA expert for Jet Pilot Training providing inputs for the Advanced European Jet Pilot Training (AEJPT) Programme hosted by the EDA from 2008 to 2012.

    Mr Peter Owitz

    Vice President Military Programs, Products and Sales , TLD
    Mr Peter Owitz

    Peter Owitz joined TLD in 2007 where he served in a variety of operational roles expanding TLD’s military products and programs, eventually having responsibility for TLD’s North American Manufacturing. In 2019, Peter shifted focus to bring TLD products, technology and support to the Military’s AGE challenges. Peter began his career in the U.S. Navy, where he was responsible for the submarine nuclear power plant. Peter gained international experience as a project manager supporting construction of nuclear power plants in South Korea with ABB, and operational experience at BAE Systems where he was responsible for manufacturing inertial guidance systems and components. Peter holds a Mechanical Engineering Degree and a Masters of Business Administration.

    Mr Philippe Martou

    Chief Preparedness - OSEP, World Food Programme
    Mr Philippe Martou

    Senior Representative

    RAF Support Force, Royal Air Force
    Senior Representative

    Senior Representative

    Name To Be Confirmed, Airbus
    Senior Representative

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    Military Airlift and Air-to-Air Refuelling 2020 Brochure


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    Sponsors and Exhibitors

    Boeing is the world's largest aerospace company and leading manufacturer of commercial jetliners and defense, space and security systems. A top U.S. exporter, the company supports airlines and U.S. and allied government customers in 150 countries. Boeing products and services include commercial and military aircraft, satellites, weapons, C4ISR, electronic and defense systems, launch systems, and performance-based logistics and training. Boeing has a long tradition of aerospace innovation. Its broad range of capabilities includes creating new, more efficient members of its commercial airplane family, creating advanced technology solutions for military customers and integrating aircraft, defense systems and warfighters through network-enabled solutions.


    Sponsors and Exhibitors

    Leveraging the design and integrated support of commercial and military aircraft, trainers and unmanned aerial vehicles, Leonardo has developed mission-specific aircraft. The C27J is the most flexible, robust and reliable tactical transport aircraft on the market. Designed to support a variety of missions such as intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance missions and tactical transport and built to operate from short unpaved runways in the harshest environments. Leonardo is a world player in Aerospace, Defence, Security and Space, developing advanced components to fully integrated systems and platforms.


    Sponsors and Exhibitors

    Mitiga FLYaware is a decision-support platform that helps aviation stakeholders to reduce the impact of natural hazards, both for operations continuity as well as for predictive maintenance optimization. We combine global high-resolution weather data, flight plan mission or routes, and engines’ absorption of aerosol contaminants with ICE, our Impact Calculator Engine tool, in order to guarantee safer and more efficient operations, as well as longer asset life.

    Our military clients can benefit from improved fight operations and enhanced disruption management; optimized maintenance and asset utilization.

    Mitiga Solutions is a spin-off of the Barcelona Supercomputing Center with more than 20 years of experience in geophysics and atmospheric science, which combined to a top class computational resources supports military and non-military clients to manage their risks, and making the world safer and more resilient against natural hazards. MITIGA is an official provider to VAACs, and is Eurocontrol certified.


    Sponsors and Exhibitors

    TLD is a group specialized in Aviation and Airport Ground Support Equipment. TLD provides our military and non-military customers with a complete range of Ground Support Equipment through the most extensive Worldwide Sales and Service network in the industry. Quick and easy access to the TLD Service Network ensures high equipment availability to support your high tempo operation.

    Supporting the military mission from product definition to sustainment, TLD recognizes that Military Operators require more than hardware. Therefore, the TLD network provides Spare Parts, Factory Reach Back, O&M Training and other activities required to support the war-fighter.

    TLD products operate with most military organizations and airports around the world. Well-designed and adapted to the harsh requirements of the military, TLD equipment is designed to the highest standards by our large engineering team. Bespoke MIL-SPEC designed equipment, Military-Off-The-Shelf and modified Commercial-Off-The-Shelf equipment is available to match every environment, operational requirement and budget.

    TLD’s design philosophy focuses on low environmental impact, seeking exceptional performance and high efficiency equipment. A wide range of electric and hybrid powered equipment is available for all environmental conditions with new applications being introduced regularly.

    Simple, Reliable, and Easy to Maintain – SREM – is another continuous design goal for TLD. SREM drives high reliability, low maintenance costs and reduces O&M training burden. TLD’s Continuous Improvement Program identifies and resolves reliability issues through our robust 8D RCCA System further improving reliability.

    The ten TLD factories are each ISO certified and operate consistently using a strong set of internal procedures and systems to produce consistent, high quality equipment.

    Local Support, Total Commitment - Our mission is to provide diligent, efficient and thorough after-sales support to our customers. TLD is the expert in Ground Support Equipment and can help customers find solutions to their operational needs.

    TLD is an ALVEST Group Company

    Media Partners

    Armada International


    ARMADA INTERNATIONAL is leading defence magazine which reports on and analyses defence systems, equipment and technology. Together with its Compendium supplements, ARMADA provides defence planners in the militaries, in government, in procurement and in the defence industry itself with the information they need to plan their strategies.

    21st Century Asian Arms Race


    21st Century Asian Arms Race (21AAR) is an online resource for conflict and security related information specific to Eurasia. 21AAR's editorial style and open source approach to gathering public intelligence ensures a unique and independent presentation of events in real-time.

    Global Military Communications


    Global Military Communications is a publication that tracks the trends, drivers and technology that fuel the military communications sector. Communications continue to be the lynchpin of modern warfare and is crucial to any military campaign. The sector is going through unprecedented change as militaries and governments across the world move towards a network centric approach to their communications. From operations in war zones to homeland security and disaster recovery operations, Global Military Communications provides you with the latest communications developments on land, sea, and in the air.



    SecurityClearedJobs.com is an on-line job board designed and marketed to attract candidates who work within Defence, Government and Nuclear sectors. We advertise 1000’s of job opportunities both on a Permanent and Contract basis covering opportunities within all industry sectors. Visit our site www.SecurityClearedJobs.com to search for your next job opportunity.

    Soldier Modernisation


    Soldier Modernisation (SoldierMod.Com) is an authoritative policy and technology publication for the international defense community, serving the integrated equipment needs of the dismounted soldier and marine in operations today and the fielding of Soldier Modernisation Programmes over the next few years. SoldierMod.Com is designed to provide insights into how decision makers plan to transform operations in the areas of survivability, sustainability, C4I, lethality and mobility; managing the balance between the promise of 'leap-ahead technology balance and mature cost effective solutions. SoldierMod is distributed in many formats which will include an 50 page journal 10,000 copies BPA Audited, twice annually , in January and June Our Website www.soldiermod.com , Has a 24 hour news service , anytime ( currently at over 20,000 individual visits per month ) . We also have an online technical forum where anyone in the industry can ask us strategic or technological questions , our partners and experts will respond directly back.



    Epicos is a global, multifaceted portal providing Aerospace and Defense industries around the world with business intelligence and active support to access opportunities on international procurements, industrial cooperation and offsets. Epicos has carried out extensive industry analysis and mapping of capabilities of A&D Industries and offers this knowledge to its members helping them to identify business opportunities and to build strategic alliances. Additionally, Epicos supports the global A&D industry through a wide range of on-line services and products including but not limited to: a large online procurement database, an updated Business Directory, an e-library with extensive information regarding procurement and offsets processes systems and an up to the minute news database.

    Avion Revue


    Since its creation, Avion Revue’s respected team of aviation journalists have kept its readers informed about all aspects of aviation from commercial to military, taking in space, rotary, technical issues, historic and business aviation. Month after month, Avion Revue is the only magazine that covers all the news from the region and around the world, which has helped it to attain market leadership in Spain.

    Military Systems and Technology


    Military Systems & Technology is a comprehensive web portal, design agency and publication designed for the International Defence & Aerospace Industry. It is a source of daily information for Manufacturers, OEM’S, System Integrators and Contractors. We even have Government & Military Readers. The portal encompasses all aspects of Military equipment, technology, design and services. www.militarysystems-tech.com info@militarysystems-tech.com +44 (0)1392 881545

    Airforce Technologies


    Used daily as means of creating partnerships and as a point of reference by professionals within the air force industry, this comprehensive resource supplies the latest news releases, detailed information on industry projects, white papers, event information and a thorough breakdown of products and services.

    Satellite Evolution Group


    The Satellite Evolution Group delivers a portfolio of must-read publications including; Satellite Evolution Asia; Satellite Evolution EMEA; and Satellite Evolution Global. Containing news, analysis, case studies, and renowned Q&As - the magazines are a must-read. In addition to print magazines, the Satellite Evolution Group delivers products across a complete multimedia platform including email, CD, HTML, audio, and video streaming.

    Blog Before Flight


    Blog Before Flight is an online news and information website related to the aviation and aerospace industries. It offers daily news about new products, future projects, military exercises and operations, airshow info and reportages made in close contact with the international armed forces. Blog Before Flight combines technical concepts with a common language to reach everyone wants to know more about aviation.

    Airport Suppliers


    Airport Suppliers is the global airport industry’s number one meeting place for buyers, vendors, specifiers, decision makers, architects, consultants and system integrators. The portal encompasses all aspects of airport equipment, technology, design and services. We provide a comprehensive breakdown of products and services from leading industry contractors, with up-to-date news and press releases when exciting developments occur. With links to the most important airport related organisations and governing bodies in the world



    MILMAG International is a monthly, online magazine. It covers developments in the defence and space industry, including presentations of new technology solutions as well as analysis of decisions taken by policymakers. Michal Jarocki is the Editor-in-Chief of MILMAG International. He has a year’s long experience in publishing stories and analyses in British, German and Polish press.



    The DEFENCE SUPPLIERS DIRECTORY is an authoritative online information resource for all defence purchasers. This comprehensive listing of Defence Suppliers has enabled thousands of purchasing professionals to find exactly what they are looking for - in seconds. THE DEFENCE SUPPLIERS DIRECTORY provides a total overview of all the UK's Armed Forces - with a wealth of valuable information about the organisation and structure of the UK's Defence Services, as well as useful facts about developments in the UK Defence Industry Contact us: defenceenquiries@armedforces.co.uk Tel: 01743 241962 website: www.armedforces.co.uk



    ARMSCOM.net is a B2B /B2G platform for brokers of military goods. ARMSCOM.net is dedicated for Aerospace and Defense Industry with database containing more than 4000 companies and 3400 defense industrial sectors. Add Company and Products Profiles. For more information e-mail: armscom.net@gmail.com or visit http://www.armscom.net, tel.: + 372 816 946 77



    SEGURANÇA & DEFESA (“Security & Defense”), the recognized leader among South American defense magazines. In the market for 29 years, its staff includes the best experts in the field. Sold on newstands and by subscriptions, it is sent free of charge to key names and addresses in the defense sector.

    Asian Military Review


    Asian Military Review is ABC audited publication, read & discussed by key decision makers & advisors to Asia Pacific militaries. Published since 1993 it’s widely recognised as authoritative provider of unbiased & objective information to Asian military. Editorial content comprises capability analysis, special reports & relevant news coverage from the region. AMR provides information, opinion & facts allowing military professionals to track & understand defence developments worldwide, concerning equipment, training, organisation & doctrine issues. The magazine is a proven source keeping military professionals up to date on national & international defence & security issues.

    Homeland Security Research Corporation


    HSRC provides premium off-the-shelf market reports on present and emerging technologies and industry expertise, enabling global clients to gain time-critical insight into business opportunities. All reports include in-depth information and analysis of emerging markets, technologies, and industries broken down by geography, market, vertical, technology, product, and revenue stream. Our reports support Homeland Security & Public Safety communities worldwide in their strategic decision-making process, providing up-to-date market knowledge, analysis, and insights. HSRC offers customized research services geared towards providing our clients with clear, actionable recommendations designed to empower decision-making and to help exploit emerging opportunities in the market. The customized research services provide a deep analysis of specific markets and eco-systems, target geographies, strategic segments and verticals, competitor analysis and technological benchmarks. The custom research services are provided as an ad hoc assignment or as an ongoing service.

    Defence Today


    Defence Today is an online publication covering the latest in global defence and security news, defence intelligence and strategic insight. Terrorism and emerging threats, defence industry coverage, the latest technology developments and emerging platforms and systems. Military equipment profiles and industry showcases. Advertising, press releases and event listings are available.


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    CPD stands for Continuing Professional Development’. It is essentially a philosophy, which maintains that in order to be effective, learning should be organised and structured. The most common definition is:

    ‘A commitment to structured skills and knowledge enhancement for Personal or Professional competence’

    CPD is a common requirement of individual membership with professional bodies and Institutes. Increasingly, employers also expect their staff to undertake regular CPD activities.

    Undertaken over a period of time, CPD ensures that educational qualifications do not become obsolete, and allows for best practice and professional standards to be upheld.

    CPD can be undertaken through a variety of learning activities including instructor led training courses, seminars and conferences, e:learning modules or structured reading.


    There are approximately 470 institutes in the UK across all industry sectors, with a collective membership of circa 4 million professionals, and they all expect their members to undertake CPD.

    For some institutes undertaking CPD is mandatory e.g. accountancy and law, and linked to a licence to practice, for others it’s obligatory. By ensuring that their members undertake CPD, the professional bodies seek to ensure that professional standards, legislative awareness and ethical practices are maintained.

    CPD Schemes often run over the period of a year and the institutes generally provide online tools for their members to record and reflect on their CPD activities.


    Professional bodies and Institutes CPD schemes are either structured as ‘Input’ or ‘Output’ based.

    ‘Input’ based schemes list a precise number of CPD hours that individuals must achieve within a given time period. These schemes can also use different ‘currencies’ such as points, merits, units or credits, where an individual must accumulate the number required. These currencies are usually based on time i.e. 1 CPD point = 1 hour of learning.

    ‘Output’ based schemes are learner centred. They require individuals to set learning goals that align to professional competencies, or personal development objectives. These schemes also list different ways to achieve the learning goals e.g. training courses, seminars or e:learning, which enables an individual to complete their CPD through their preferred mode of learning.

    The majority of Input and Output based schemes actively encourage individuals to seek appropriate CPD activities independently.

    As a formal provider of CPD certified activities, SMI Group can provide an indication of the learning benefit gained and the typical completion. However, it is ultimately the responsibility of the delegate to evaluate their learning, and record it correctly in line with their professional body’s or employers requirements.


    Increasingly, international and emerging markets are ‘professionalising’ their workforces and looking to the UK to benchmark educational standards. The undertaking of CPD is now increasingly expected of any individual employed within today’s global marketplace.

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    We can provide a certificate for all our accredited events. To request a CPD certificate for a conference , workshop, master classes you have attended please email events@smi-online.co.uk

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