Dates now confirmed for 24-25 June 2014. More details to follow.
Over two years after the Strategic Defence and Security Review the realities of Defence under austerity are now clear; delivering assured capability requires ever greater agility and innovation in a world of constantly emerging and evolving threats.
Building on last year’s event, the RUSI Land Warfare Conference 2013 examined the British Army’s ongoing adaptation in response to Army 2020’s strategic direction and its central role in defence and security, at the heart of joint forces at home and overseas, contributing across national policy.
Operation Enquiry: How to Transform an Army? The British Army needs to replace its narrow focus on operations in Afghanistan with more strategic, long-term thinking, trialling fresh ideas to develop new concepts for a range of contingencies. Mungo Melvin
Army 2020: Reserves Integration With the British Army of 2020 having a greater structural reliance on its reserves, the delivery of a fully integrated force will be essential to future success both at home and abroad. Sam Evans
International Defence Engagement: British and US Experiences In an age of fiscal austerity, defence engagement is championed as a means of deriving greater utility from a country's armed forces. The British and US experiences highlight some of the benefits - and obstacles - encountered to date. Scott Cline