The 2019 Aircraft Survivability Symposium is a SECRET//NOFORN event; attendees must hold at least a Secret clearance and be U.S. citizens. Please review the security clearance and gate access information page and submit your clearance information via
The 45th Armament Symposium Objectives include: Two-day interchange for senior DoD, Service and industry leadership to identify and share opportunities for DoD's armament innovation and discuss current and planned armament development modernization
The DE Systems Symposium focuses on systems aspects of DE in a limited-attendance environment. Portions of the Systems Symposium are conducted at the Secret level, and attendance at all sessions will be limited to U.S. citizens with security
The Mechanical Design Reliability Course (MDRC) is a practical application of fundamental mechanical engineering to system and component reliability. Designed for the practitioner, this course covers the theories of mechanical reliability and
Taught by former OSD Director of Live Fire for DOT&E, Mr. James F. O’Bryon, this 3-day, intensive Short Course takes a multifaceted look at the legislation, directives, requirements, preparation, execution numerous lessons learned from Live Fire
Mr. Mike Ray is Vice President of the Army & Marine Corps Sector for SURVICE Engineering. Mr. Ray has been with SURVICE since 1997 and is a graduate of Towson University with a BS degree in Computer Science and Mathematics.
SURVICE will be attending Sea Air Space 2022 on April 4-6! This event brings together the U.S. defense industry and military decision makers. It includes informative educational sessions, speakers from top military leaders to industry experts