Boeing to Demo Enduring Commitment to Australia's Land Force at Land Warfare Conference
- Company to showcase C4ISR, training, systems integration, integrated logistics support and rotorcraft capabilities
Boeing [NYSE: BA] will showcase its leading-edge land force technology, products, services and capabilities at the 2012 Land Warfare Conference, which opens today at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre.
"Boeing has more than 75 years of experience in providing the Australian Defence Force with solutions that range from rotorcraft, helicopter training and sustainment, and unmanned aerial systems to battlespace communications and integrated logistics support," said Kim Gillis, vice president and managing director of Boeing Defence Australia. "Land Warfare Conference 2012 gives us the opportunity to meet with the Australian Army, as well as other current and potential customers and partners, to discuss how we can apply our innovation and flexibility for the benefit of warfighters."
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The Boeing exhibit at Stand 183 will represent Boeing Military Aircraft as well as Boeing subsidiaries Boeing Defence Australia, a major provider of Defence training, systems integration and integrated logistics support services; Insitu Pacific, which provides iRobot unmanned ground vehicles and McQ unmanned ground sensors; and Argon ST, which offers command, control, communications, computers, intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (C4ISR) and combat systems solutions.
Highlighted products include the CH-47F Chinook helicopter, V-22 Osprey tiltrotor, AH-6i Little Bird light attack/reconnaissance helicopter, and Avenger air defense system. Boeing Senior Flying Instructors at the exhibit will offer visitors the chance to "fly" a Ryan Aerospace Helicrew Simulator.
Source : The Boeing Company (NYSE: BA)
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