Report on Iran November Uprising Shows Protest Gains Irreversible, Regime Overthrow Achievable

Media attended NCRI Washington office for Iran uprising press conference

Media attended NCRI Washington office on Nov 26, 2019 for Iran uprising press conference

Soona Samsami releasing NCRI-US 60-page report on Iran uprising as she displays it

Soona Samsami releasing NCRI-US 60-page report on Iran uprising

Using a power point presentation Alireza Jafarzadeh documented Tehran's fear of protests and the capabilities of Resistance Units in Iran

Using a power point presentation Alireza Jafarzadeh documented Tehran’s fear of protests and the capabilities of Resistance Units in Iran

Map of Iran showing 171 cities where protest took place against the Iranian regime in November 2019

Map of Iran showing 171 cities where protest took place against the Iranian regime in November 2019

Protests in November 2019 was far more serious than the 2009 and 2018 uprising as people called for the end to the religious dictatorship in Iran

Protests in November 2019 was far more serious than the 2009 and 2018 uprising as people called for the end to the religious dictatorship in Iran

picture of the cover of NCRIUS released a 60-page report, Uprising Shakes Iran Regime's Foundations

NCRIUS released a 60-page report, Uprising Shakes Iran Regime’s Foundations

Bank Melli, Iran’s largest bank with 3,325 branches designated as terrorist (SDGT) by U.S. Treasury was protesters’ key target

Bank Melli, Iran’s largest bank with 3,325 branches designated as terrorist (SDGT) by U.S. Treasury was protesters’ key target

Call to hold to account Iranian regime officials involved in suppression of uprising

Call to hold to account Iranian regime officials involved in suppression of uprising

NCRI-US Press Conference Chronicles People’s Bravery, Regime’s Atrocities, MEK’s Resistance Units’ Prowess

By ordering the ruthless killing of the protesters, Khamenei has expedited the process of his regime’s overthrow.”

— Soona Samsami

WASHINGTON, DC, US, November 28, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — On Tuesday, November 26, 2019, the US representative office of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI-US) held a press conference in Washington, coinciding with its release of a 60-page report on the uprising seeking regime change in Iran, which began on November 15.

Soona Samsami, the NCRI’s US representative, introduced the report, entitled “Uprising Shakes Iran Regime’s Foundation,” and announced that according to the latest casualty figures provided by the MEK’s Resistance units inside Iran, over 450 protesters have so far been killed, 4,000 more wounded and over 10,000 detained by the regime’s multitude of repressive forces in over 179 towns and cities which represent all of Iran’s 31 provinces. The identities of 154 martyrs for freedom have so far been determined and their names released.

Providing context for the unprecedented level of brute force used by the regime to quash the uprising, Ms. Samsami said: “The mullahs’ regime is facing an impasse and the crisis of overthrow. It has found its only recourse in suppression and killings. But in the end, Iran’s dictators will see the opposite results from their policies. By ordering the ruthless killing of the protesters, Khamenei has expedited the process of his regime’s overthrow. Hassan Rouhani put aside his election-time moderate posturing and called for the suppression of the people.

“The crimes carried out by the Iranian regime against our people are by any measure crimes against humanity. World governments and the international community must set aside all considerations and reservations about the regime. They should demand an immediate halt to the killings and arrests. If the regime does not comply, they must readily pull the trigger of UN Security Council sanctions,” she added.

Alireza Jafarzadeh, NCRI-US’ Deputy Director, explained that the symbols of the regime’s suppression, theft and corruption were attacked by protestors. All these properties were affiliated with the IRGC or Khamenei. State-run gas stations and banks linked to the IRGC and the Supreme Leader, security forces’ vehicles, Bassij centers, state-run seminaries and offices of mullahs affiliated with Khamenei were targeted by the protesters, who have suffered decades of suppression and the thievery of their wealth. People also destroyed or set fire to large posters of Khamenei and those of his predecessor, Khomeini.

Jafarzadeh added that the slogans most chanted by protesters were: “Death to Khamenei,” “Death to the Dictator,” and “Death to Rouhani.” The slogan, “Our enemy is right here; they lie when they say it’s America,” clearly shows that the people hold solely the regime responsible for their economic miseries.

The NCRI-US official noted that the newly published report on the uprising divulges the identities and pictures of 87 key officials involved in the murderous suppression of the protests in seven provinces, scenes of the most significant, widespread, and pervasive protests: Tehran, Alborz, Khuzestan, Fars, Isfahan, Kurdistan, and Kermanshah.

Jafarzadeh said that Resistance units of the MEK played a key role during the uprising. These Resistance units were formed several years ago and have spread throughout the country. They have a wealth of experience gained on the ground. Statements by the regime’s officials also attest to this fact.

Jafarzadeh provided the main takeaways from the nationwide uprising which by all indications has shaken the regime’s foundations. They are:
1. The uprising showed that overthrow of the regime is attainable, as people targeted main symbols of repression, theft, and corruption.
2. The people consider the regime and all its factions as illegitimate.The people are ready to pay the price to unseat the ayatollahs.
3. The utter weakness of the regime, manifested by its barbaric and rampant use of brute force, as well as its shutting down the internet, was on display.
4. The gains of the uprising are irreversible and no matter how deep or wide the state suppression, the unrest will continue.
5. The role of the organized opposition exemplified by the Resistance units and councils formed by the MEK was key and will continue until the regime is brought down.

Jafarzadeh concluded his remarks by calling for the following measures to be taken by the international community:
● The slaughter of protesters is a clear case of a crime against humanity. Therefore, the United Nations Security Council, and governments should take urgent action to halt the killings and suppression and secure the release of political prisoners.
● Investigative missions must be sent to Iran to evaluate the scope of the crimes and examine the cases of those killed, wounded and/or detained.
● The leaders of the regime, e.g., Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei and President Hassan Rouhani, must be held accountable for crimes against humanity.
● The United States should sanction Western companies that aid the Iranian regime with the sale and provision of services and products that enable it to monitor, control, and block internet access by Iranian citizens. While adopting all measures necessary to diminish and disable the regime’s capacity to block internet traffic, the United States should provide safe, secure, and uninterruptible internet access to Iran’s people, including the protesters.
● It is time for the world to recognize the right of the Iranian people to change the repressive regime and establish a democratic, pluralistic and non-nuclear republic based on separation of religion and state.

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Announcing a Virtual Giving Field – An opportunity to benefit charitable causes in communities all around the U.S.

VIRTUAL GIVING FIELD

An opportunity to benefit charitable causes in communities all around the United States. We are not just one charity—
We Are Thousands!

Join the global generosity movement unleashing the power of giving!”

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SANDY, UTAH, UNITED STATES, November 27, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — An opportunity to benefit charitable causes in communities all around the United States. We are not just one charity—We Are Thousands!

A veteran dealing with emotional issues rooted in war finds help. A mother fleeing physical abuse with her children obtains safe shelter. A child rescued from sex trafficking receives rehabilitation support. A service club provides scholarships for local students. A veteran’s home accepts donated bedding and food supplies for their residents. An elementary school student plays on newly installed safe playground equipment.

What do all these examples of charitable support have in common? We are the first link in a chain of helping. We have been providing a successful platform to raise money for local charities for almost two decades, and during the current year alone, over sixty Colonial Flag Foundation flag display events raised over a million dollars for their chosen local charities.

Our focus supports these charitable events; nevertheless, as a non-profit foundation we are a charity too. Money donated to Colonial Flag Foundation on Giving Thursday will benefit 2020 fundraisers hosted by dedicated volunteers from coast to coast and from border to border.

We invite everyone taking part in the 2020 Giving Tuesday to visit our Virtual Giving Field and make a donation for your Virtual Flag to be posted on our Virtual Map. Your donations have an impact on many levels. Colonial Flag Foundation supports events that fund selected local charities that bring help to individuals. We are the first link in this chain of helping.

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Key figures from NASA, Air Force Research and The Aerospace Corporation to present at Small Satellites 2020

SMi Reports: Leading experts confirmed to speak at Small Satellites conference 2020

LONDON, SOUTHWAR, UNITED KINGDOM, November 27, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — SMi Group is proud to announce that the Small Satellites conference which will take place on 27th – 28th April 2020 in London.

As part of SMi’s new Space week, the conference aims to offer an in-depth insight on the future of commercial and military space in the LEO small satellites market. Key topics at this event will include the legal policy framework for operating in space, creating a regulatory structure to support the small satellite industry, and how data networking across small satellite constellations is enabling new connectivity on the ground.

The event’s largest early bird savings of £400 expires on 13th December. Secure your place on the event website: www.small-satellites.com/einpr2

With the U.S. moving at E.P.I.C speed, prototyping and developing small satellites rapidly we are delighted to announce the following U.S. presentations at Small Satellites 2020:

• ‘Keynote Address: NASA’S Small Spacecraft Technology Program: Pushing the Boundaries of Technology’ presented by Mr Roger Hunter, Programme Manager, Small Spacecraft and Technology, NASA
• ‘Applications for Small & Cube Satellites’ presented by Ms Charlene Jacka, Branch Chief Engineer, Air Force Research Lab / Space Vehicle Directorate
• ‘Driving Go Fast Efforts Across the Enterprise’ presented by Ms KiMar Gartman, Catalyst Space Accelerator Program Director, Catalyst Campus for Technology and Innovation
• ‘Prototyping at Aerospace’s Xlab’ presented by Mr David Hinkley, Senior Project Leader, The Aerospace Corporation

International organisations presenting include:
• Israeli Space Agency
• Surrey Satellite Technology
• Gallagher Aerospace
• Federal Communications Commission
• Agence Nationale des Fréquences (ANFR)
• International Telecommunication Union
• DTU Space
• Northumbria University
• Northern Sky Research (NSR)
• SatRevolution
• RAL Space
• Stara Space
• Satellite Applications Catapult
• Surrey Satellite Technology Limited

Visit the event website to view a full speaker line-up and download the conference brochure: www.small-satellites.com/einpr2

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Small Satellites Conference
27th – 28th April 2020
London, UK
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Exclusive Updates on the Manticus Apollo & MDO C2 Demonstrator Projects at Network Centric Warfare 2020 in Rome

Network Centric Warfare 2020

Network Centric Warfare 2020

Senior representatives from the NATO C2COE and the Estonian Land Forces to present exclusive updates on their projects at the conference in Rome, next February

ROME, ITALY, November 27, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — SMi Group’s 4th Annual Network Centric Warfare (NCW) Conference will convene in Rome on the 3rd – 4th February 2020, which will explore the latest developments, technology and opportunities within the field, driven by the critical need for seamless interoperability between allied forces and the nature of NCW as a force multiplier.

For those interested in attending, there is a £200 early bird discount expiring on Friday 29th November at midnight. Take advantage of this saving and register at www.netcentric-warfare.com/EINpr6

In recent news, the NATO C2COE (NATO C2 Centre of Excellence) introduced the MDO C2 Demonstrator in a conference in Germany last month. The project will aim to enhance military C2 efficiency and the decision-making process. Currently, there is no dedicated overall enhanced C2-tool at the Operational Level and military decision-making processes are done with outdated and laboursome visualisation tools like PowerPoint, which leads to an inefficiency in the C2 processes.

To tackle this problem, the NATO C2COE are creating the C2 demonstrator platform, which will be developed modularly with new technologies to include virtual and augmented reality in order to facilitate a distributed and dispersed CP.

Speaking on day one of the event, Lieutenant Colonel Paul Serné, Branch Chief, Concepts and Analysis, NATO C2 Centre of Excellence will be discussing:

• An introduction to the role of the C2COE
• Conclusions of the Future of the Command Post study: technical and human aspects
• An update on the MDO C2 Demonstrator project: incorporating state-of the art technology with C2

Other network modernisation initiatives will be discussed across two-days, view the full agenda and speaker line-up at www.netcentric-warfare.com/EINpr6

The Manticus Apollo Project creates the theoretical underpinnings for a transnational and comprehensive situational awareness (SA) capability for coordinating national defense. By analysing the cross-dependencies of vital services and placing them into a suitable model, it will show an estimate of the probability of the realisation of risks.

Major Veiko Dieves, Junior Researcher, Estonian National Defence College, Estonian Land Forces will be presenting an exclusive briefing on the Manticus Apollo Project on day two of the event, covering:

• The need for a fully networked SA capability
• The theoretical underpinnings of the Manticus Apollo system
• The system’s wargaming architecture and possible use cases

Network Centric Warfare
3rd- 4th February 2020
Crowne Plaza St. Peter’s Hotel & Spa
Rome, Italy

Sponsored by: Glenair Italia

For delegate enquiries:
Please contact Jamie Wilkinson on +44(0)207 827 6112 or email jwilkinson@smi-online.co.uk

For sponsorship and exhibition enquiries:
Please contact Luke Teachen on +44 (0) 207 827 6130 or email lteachen@smi-online.co.uk

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Military Cyber Weapons Market 2019 Global Share,Trend,Segmentation and Forecast to 2024

WiseGuyReports.Com Publish a New Market Research Report On –“ Military Cyber Weapons Market 2019 Global Share,Trend,Segmentation and Forecast to 2024”.

PUNE, INDIA, November 27, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ —

Military Cyber Weapons Market 2019

Description: –

Military cyber weapons are a class of malware agent used by the military, paramilitary, or governmental institutions used against targets on digital platforms. These are deployed in situations where the targets are digitally vulnerable and mostly via a connected network like the internet or via remote access of planted software. Military cyber weapons are mainly used in hostile environments which would otherwise require the use of force or espionage. These, mostly used as a part of an offensive tactic, can also be equipped to act as a defensive system.

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Listed Key Manufacturers
Northrop Grumman
Saab
Israel Aerospace Industries
BAE Systems
Airbus
Elbit Systems
Lockheed Martin
Leonardo
FireEye

Increased spending by governments worldwide on defence and military has led to a huge demand for military-grade digital solutions and development of military cyber weapons. These are state-sponsored and employed for use against targets mostly to disrupt the system or to gain valuable information. These are also used to sabotage target systems in order to cause widespread damage through digital shutdowns. While most systems are attacked via a network or over the internet, even offline systems can be affected during a cyber weapons attack.

The report on the global military cyber weapons market is compiled after extensive primary and secondary research and aims to present a comprehensive analysis of the global military ammunition market. An executive summary of military ammunition is carried out and strategic recommendations are made. The market dynamics regarding the overall market and the various product outlooks have been included in the report. The key manufacturers along with their product offerings and specifications have been presented based on the business data from the years 2017-18.

Market Segmentation of Military Cyber Weapons Market

The segmentation of the global military cyber weapons market has been carried out in this particular report on the broad classification of the product type and application. The various platforms and sections that the product cover are presented under the product type segmentation while the major application segments have been classified under the end-user sectors.

The market split based on the product type is given as:
Application Security
Cloud Security
Content Security
Industrial Control System Security

The market split based on the major applications, covering the fields they are used in, is presented as:
Communication Network
Power Grid
Air Traffic Control
Transportation Systems
Financial Systems
Hospitals

Regional Overview of Military Cyber Weapons Industry

The global military cyber weapons market is divided into different regions and constituent countries which include North America (United States, Canada and Mexico), Europe (Germany, France, UK, Russia and Italy), Asia-Pacific (China, Japan, Korea, India and Southeast Asia), and South America (Brazil, Argentina, Colombia), and the Middle East and Africa (Saudi Arabia, UAE, Egypt, Nigeria and South Africa). This regional analysis covers the various manufacturers and the market share of key manufacturers regionally. The supply and demand for the various regions and the trade that occurs in these regions is comprehensively analyzed and presented in the report. The regional market growth rates have been charted based on the data from 2014-19.

Industry News of Military Cyber Weapons Market 2019

16th Air Force, Air Force Cyber, a wing of the US Air Force has recently launched an initiative called 12N12 to streamline all of its range of cyber weapon systems tools. Launched on July 1, 2019, the project aims to replace, reduce and consolidate the tools, systems and applications operators and analysts employ within the cyberspace security and defence mission area in a span of one year.

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Table of Contents – Major Key Points

1 Military Cyber Weapons Market Overview
2 Company Profiles
3 Global Military Cyber Weapons Market Competition, by Players
4 Global Military Cyber Weapons Market Size by Regions
5 North America Military Cyber Weapons Revenue by Countries
6 Europe Military Cyber Weapons Revenue by Countries
7 Asia-Pacific Military Cyber Weapons Revenue by Countries
8 South America Military Cyber Weapons Revenue by Countries
9 Middle East and Africa Revenue Military Cyber Weapons by Countries

Continued….

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What to expect for Air Mission Planning and Support Conference 2020

AMP 2020

Air Mission Planning 2020

SMi Reports: Agenda overview for Air Mission Planning and Support 2020 in London

LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM, November 27, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — SMi’s 11th annual Air Mission Planning and Support Conference is scheduled to take place on the 21st – 22nd April 2020, in London. As a highly appraised conference running for over a decade, this year’s event looks to further highlight the technological innovations in air mission planning as well as the challenges it will face through these advancements.

The two-day agenda will be offering an all-inclusive agenda, which will incorporate key government personnel and military figures such as commanding officers, senior leaders, operators and industry experts speaking on mission planning from the rotary to fast-jet perspective. Next April’s conference will concentrate on the technological elements of air mission planning in which maximising air power will be a heavy topic of discussion from senior representatives, as delegates can expect to learn and collaborate with organisations from around the world.

For those interested in attending, there is an early bird saving of £400 for bookings made by 13th December. Register at http://www.airmissionplanning.co.uk/einPR2

Snapshot of 2020’s agenda:

Day One – 21st April 2020
8.30 Registration & Coffee
9.00 Chairman's Opening Remarks
Group Captain (ret'd) Bob Daisley, Former PM Joint Operational Doctrine, Joint Forces Command
9.10 Planning Across Domains: Creating Comprehensive MDC2 Systems to Maximise Operational Effectiveness
Group Captain Richard Yates, Chief of Staff, Royal Air Force
9.50 Supporting Polish Air Power through Developing Mission Specific Solutions and Integrating New Technology
Brigadier General Ireneusz Nowak*, 2nd Tactical Air Wind Commander , Polish Air Forces
10.30 Morning Coffee
11.00 Session Reserved for Sponsor
11.40 Mission Planning Software Strategic Roadmap
Colonel Jason Avram*, Chief, Airspace Mission Planning Division, US Air Force, United States Air Force
12.20 Analysing the Modernisation Programmes of the Royal Canadian Air Force and the Challenges of 5th Generation Integration
Colonel Mark Lachapelle, Wing Commander, 22 Wing North Bay, Royal Canadian Air Force
1.00 Networking Lunch
2.00 Integrating Heterogeneous System of Systems in Mission Planning Time using STITCHES
Lieutenant Colonel Jimmy Jones, SoSITE Program Manager, DARPA (Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency)
2.40 Air Mission Planning in the Belgian Air Component — Assessing the Ongoing Modernisation Programmes in Creating a More Cohesive Operation
Lieutenant Colonel Didier Di Giovanni, AirC4ISR/MQ-9B Project Officer, Belgian Air Force
3.20 Afternoon Tea
3.50 Session Reserved for Sponsor
4.30 Projecting Global Air Power and Support to the Warfighter Across Mission Directives to Guarantee Air, Space and Information Superiority
Lieutenant Colonel Aarron S. Cornine, Branch Chief, HQ ACC/A3C
5.10 Looking to the Future — Effective Strategies for Ensuring New Developments are Readily Available to the Warfighter
Mr Kenneth L Kash, Chief Combat Air Forces Mission Planning – CAF, US Air Force
5.50 Chairman's Closing Remarks and Close of Day One
Group Captain (ret'd) Bob Daisley, Former PM Joint Operational Doctrine, Joint Forces Command

Day Two – 22nd April 2020

8.30 Registration & Coffee
9.00 Chairman's Opening Remarks
Group Captain (ret'd) Bob Daisley, Former PM Joint Operational Doctrine, Joint Forces Command
9.10 Optimising Air Power Through Maximising Connectivity between 4.5 Generation Platforms and Mission Planning Systems
Colonel Bruno Paupy, Deputy Chief, Plans Division, French Air Force
9.50 Air Mission Planning across Platforms as a means of Providing Support to Combat Personnel
Colonel David Radomski, Director, Air Force SEEK EAGLE Office, US Air Force
10.30 Morning Coffee
11.00 Session Reserved for Sponsor
11.40 Principles in the Conservation of Momentum: Transitional Planning from Coalitions to Alliances
Colonel Mark Ciero, Director, USAFE-United Kingdom & Commander, Det 1-UK, US Air Forces Europe and Africa
12.20 Networking Lunch
1.20 Mission Planning from the Ground — The JALO Perspective and the Requirements for Directing Combat Aircraft from a Forward Position
Wing Commander Jason Wells, SO1 Equipment Capability, JALO
2.00 Analysing the Uplifts Gained from the NATO AWACS Final Lifetime Extension Programme (FLEP)
Colonel (ret'd) George Riebling, Deputy General Manager, NATO Airborne Early Warning and Control Programme Management Agency (NAPMA)
2.40 Afternoon Tea
3.10 The Use of Tactical Simulators in Pre-Deployment Training and Preparations for Missions Abroad
Lieutenant Colonel Tibor Balla, Chief of INTEL, Hungarian Defence Force 86th Szolnok Helicopter Base
3.50 Assessing the Rotary Specific Procedures and Systems Required for Effective Mission Planning Operations and the Requirements for Effective Coordination Across Domains
Flight Lieutenant Peter Smiley, Puma Evaluator Pilot, JHC RWOETU
4.30 Chairman's Closing Remarks and Close of Day Two
Group Captain (ret'd) Bob Daisley, Former PM Joint Operational Doctrine, Joint Forces Command

The event brochure with the full agenda and speaker line-up is available to download on the website. Register at http://www.airmissionplanning.co.uk/einPR2

Air Mission Planning and Support
21st – 22nd April 2020
St James' Court, Buckingham Gate, London, UK

For sponsorship and exhibition queries please contact Sadia Malick at smalick@smi-online.co.uk or call +44 (0) 20 7827 6748

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LSI Consulting Inc. now listed on the California Multiple Award Schedule Contract

Building the Intelligent Public Enterprise

LSI approved on the CMAS contract.

SAN DIEGO, CA, USA, November 26, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — LSI is pleased to announce that we have been approved for the California Multiple Award Schedule (CMAS).

"By being on CMAS, California State and Local Government can do business with LSI for services and software without going to RFP.", said Steve Roach CEO and President of LSI. "LSI is passionate about improving citizen’s lives in the areas of security, governance, healthcare and education with SAP Solutions. LSI’s California HQ is based in San Diego & will continue to support local customers on their journey to become Intelligent Public Enterprises."

About CMAS:

The State of California establishes multiple award agreements in accordance with Public Contract Code Sections 10290 et seq. and 12101.5 (effective January 1994). A multiple award is an award to two or more contractors for the same products and/or services at the same or similar prices. Multiple award does not pertain to the number of buyers who would be ordering from the agreement, but rather the number of contractors receiving an award from a common bid process.

CMAS agreements are not established through a competitive bid process conducted by the State of California. Because of this, all pricing, products and/or services offered must have been previously bid and awarded on a Federal GSA schedule. The supplier completes a CMAS Application offering products and/or services at prices based on an existing Federal GSA multiple award schedule. This schedule is referred to as the “base” contract. Upon review and acceptance of the application, the CMAS Unit awards a CMAS agreement which includes the State of California contract terms and conditions, procurement codes, policies, and guidelines. For clarity, the CMAS Program does not “use” the GSA Authorized Federal Supply Service Schedule. Instead, we establish a totally independent California agreement for the same products and services at equal or lower prices. Once a CMAS is awarded, the Contractor markets and distributes the CMAS, and provides the CMAS Unit with quarterly reports of CMAS sales transactions.

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LSI was founded in 1998 as a dedicated SAP Services consultancy created to offer high impact on SAP products and services for Federal, State, Local Government, Transportation, Education, and Healthcare markets. From our humble beginnings providing SAP implementation services, LSI has become the leader in Public Sector digital transformation.

Today we are taking the lead in applying next level intelligent technologies to enable the Intelligent Enterprise. Technologies that will again transform our industry to world-class levels of transparency, quality and efficiency. As technologies such as artificial intelligence, machine learning, the internet of things (IoT), advanced analytics and blockchain technologies become mainstream, no organization in the U.S is better positioned to harness the power of SAP and the Intelligent Enterprise for public services.

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TCOM, L.P., Global Leader in ISR Aerostat Solutions, Mints Platinum Award for Best Persistent Aerial Monitoring in 2019

TCOM, L.P., Global Leader in ISR Aerostat Solutions, Mints Platinum ASTORS Award for Best-in-Class Persistent Aerial Monitoring Solution for Homeland Security

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TCOM, L.P., Global Leader in ISR Aerostat Solutions, Mints Platinum ASTORS Award for Best-in-Class Persistent Aerial Monitoring Solution for Homeland Security.

COLUMBIA, MARYLAND, USA, November 26, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — TCOM, L.P., a global leader of Intelligence, Surveillance & Reconnaissance (ISR) solutions of Lighter-than-Air Persistent Surveillance Tethered Aerostat platforms for Air, Maritime, and Land, is pleased to announce it has won the American Security Today's Platinum ASTORS Award for its Best-in-Class Persistent Surveillance Monitoring solutions for Homeland security.

American Security Today's Annual 'ASTORS' Awards prestigious program is the largest and most comprehensive in the industry, highlighting the most cutting-edge and forward-thinking security solutions coming onto the market today. American Security Today is uniquely focused on the broader Homeland Security & Public Safety marketplace with over 75,000 readers at the Federal, State, and local levels of government as well as firms allied to the government.

AST Names 2019 'ASTORS' Homeland Security Awards Winners at the Javits Center in New York City. The 'ASTORS' Awards Luncheon featured an impassioned and compelling keynote address by William (Bill) Bratton, former police commissioner of the NYPD twice, the BPD, and former chief of the LAPD, on the history of policing in America and the evolution of critical communication capabilities in our post 9/11 landscape.

Thousands of government and security industry and security and public safety professionals convened in New York City last week to meet with experts from over 350 industry-leading innovators and technical reps, at the Northeast's largest physical and I.T. security trade show to check out the latest in security technologies.

The Annual 'ASTORS' Awards is the preeminent U.S. Homeland Security Awards Program highlighting the most cutting-edge and forward-thinking security solutions coming onto the market today, to ensure our readers have the information they need to stay ahead of the competition, and keep our Nation safe – one facility, street, and city at a time.

The event featured an impassioned and compelling keynote address by William J. Bratton, former police commissioner of the New York Police Department (NYPD) twice, the Boston Police Department (BPD), and former chief of the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD), as he walked attendees through 50 years of American policing history, the impacts on the communities, and the evolution of critical communication capabilities in our post 9/11 landscape.

Recently, TCOM L.P. has won a contract valued at as much as $978,9 million to delivery modern aerostat surveillance systems to the U.S. Army for Tethered engineering, logistics, operations, and program management support. Army's Persistent Surveillance Systems-Tethered (PSS-T) delivers tactical and fixed site aerostats to exploit a full range of Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (ISR), force protection, and communications capabilities to joint, interagency and multinational organizations.

About TCOM, L.P.:
TCOM, L.P. is a global leader of Intelligence, Surveillance & Reconnaissance (ISR) solutions of Lighter-than-Air Persistent Surveillance Tethered Aerostat platforms for Air, Maritime, and Land. By blending leading-edge technology, manufacturing, and field operation capabilities, TCOM has provided ISR systems for the United States and foreign governments with complete persistent surveillance capabilities. TCOM is the only company in the world devoted to cost-effective LTA surveillance solutions with in-house aerostat and airship manufacturing, assembly, flight test, and training capabilities. To Learn how TCOM provides customers with innovation, responsiveness, and best value by leveraging our advanced technology, skilled workforce, and over 40 years of proven experience, please visit http://www.tcomlp.com.

Gal S Borenstein
Borenstein Group
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Source: EIN Presswire

British Military Officials to Present Four Briefings at Defence Aviation Safety 2020

Defence Aviation Safety Conference 2020

Defence Aviation Safety Conference 2020

SMi reports: The Royal Air Force and UK MoD are set to present at the Defence Aviation Safety conference, which will convene in London next April.

LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM, November 26, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Defence Aviation Safety, which will convene in London on the 23rd and 24th of April 2020, aims to bring together military leaders and defence experts from around the world to discuss strategies aiming to enhance the protection of lives and capability of those in the military aviation domain.

Registration is live on the website and an early bird saving of £400 is available for bookings made before 13th December 2019: www.defenceaviationsafety.com/EINpr3

The conference agenda features presentations from both UK and international military speakers, including four presentations from senior British Military officials from The Royal Air Force and UK Ministry of Defence:

“DE&S Aviation Safety Priorities for a Varied and Complex Portfolio of Air Platforms and Systems”
• DE&S’s commitment to safety across the enterprise
• Enhancing capability of UK Aviation Platforms through increased safety systems
• Creating a safety culture driven leadership
• Examples and case studies of safety best practice
Simon Bollom, Chief Executive, DE&S

“Delivering Combat Air Power Whilst Ensuring Safety”
• Optimising front line operations for the RAF: why safety remains key for mission success
• The rise in complex delivery of aviation assets both at home and abroad and how this challenges safety of air platforms and systems
• Generating safety culture and leadership across No.1 Group
Air Vice Marshal Harvey Smyth, Air Officer Commanding, No. 1 Group, Royal Air Force

“AOC 22 Group: Maximising Safety Through Enhanced Training of Royal Air Force Personnel”
• Keeping safety front of mind when training across No. 22 Group
• Creating a safety-first culture across all training
• Lessons from incidents and outsourcing
Air Vice Marshal Warren James, Air Officer Commanding, No. 22 Group, Royal Air Force

“The Royal Air Force Safety Centre: Improving Safety and Preventing Loss of Life”
• Delivering safety across all air assets
• RAF Safety Management Systems-using data to drive future safety efficiencies
• Reducing risks and preserving life: examples of safety cases from recent operations
Air Commodore Mark Jeffery, Head of RAF Safety Centre, Royal Air Force

As the only event which focuses specifically on safety within defence aviation, this conference is a must-attend for military aviators, as well as defence experts from government and industry.

The full agenda and speaker line-up can be viewed online at: www.defenceaviationsafety.com/EINpr3

Defence Aviation Safety Conference
23rd – 24th April 2020
London, UK

To sponsor or exhibit at the conference, please contact Sadia Malick on +44 (0) 207 827 6748 or smalick@smi-online.co.uk

About SMi Group:
Established since 1993, the SMi Group is a global event-production company that specializes in Business-to-Business Conferences, Workshops, Masterclasses and online Communities. We create and deliver events in the Defence, Security, Energy, Utilities, Finance and Pharmaceutical industries. We pride ourselves on having access to the world's most forward-thinking opinion leaders and visionaries, allowing us to bring our communities together to Learn, Engage, Share and Network. More information can be found at http://www.smi-online.co.uk

Lauren Pears
SMi Group Ltd
+44 20 8782 6000
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Source: EIN Presswire

Valentis Security Launches Force on Force Training for Law Enforcement Personnel

Valentis Security

PITTSBURGH, PENNSYLVANIA, UNITED STATES, November 26, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Valentis Security is pleased to announce that they have launched their online registration for Law Enforcement Close Quarter Battle (CQB) force on force firearm training classes starting December 7, 2019. The CQB firearm training munitions is designed to expose the law enforcement officer to a variety of scenarios they may face during their normal day to day duties. The use of firearm training ammunition allows for an unlimited number of scenarios which mirror real-world encounters to a degree not possible with other training platforms. These scenarios take place in realistic settings and reinforce the officer’s basic training while adding to their skillset. Training focuses on teamwork, control of the encounter, verbal commands, solid tactics, and problem solving all while facing a simulated threat of deadly force.

Valentis is offering two free classes for law enforcement officers on December 7 and December 14, 2019 to introduce the program. Starting in January (2020) the classes will be held the 2nd Saturday of every month. Individuals can go directly to the Valentis website at www.valentissecurity.com for more details and to register.

“Valentis is very excited to be launching the close quarter battle force on force training platform. We eagerly look forward to advancing our mission with professional training solutions to improve readiness across multiple sectors,” said Marnie Sutch, CEO of Valentis Security.

About Valentis: We are a fully operational security logistics solution for a variety of clients and security concerns. We are growing domestically, and envision global ventures, in risk management and security logistics with services and products under development to create a network of global affiliates, lead through branding, and expand our clients; financial institutions, governments, religious facilities, maritime, cybersecurity, combined with specially-developed training, software and telecommunication consultancy, and more. We are mindful and committed and care about our clients, team, and shareholders.

Nicole Krznar
Valentis Security
+1 412-533-5534
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Source: EIN Presswire