“When you are in a firefight, the first thing infantry wants to do it get on that radio to adjust fire for mortars and locate targets with close air support with planes or helicopters. You want fires.” - US Army Chief of Staff Gen. Mark Milley.

Platforms such as the US A-10, the RAF’s Tornado and other platforms synonymous with close air support are now reaching the end of their highly successful lifespans. Next generation fighters such as the F-35 are expected to pick up the mantle. Due to the advancements in fighter technologies and developments in cockpit situational awareness, it is crucial that the CAS community meets to discuss and deliberate the future for CAS and DACAS. Increased agility, interoperability, and combat effectiveness are also being advanced at an exponential rate. A shift toward fully digitalised joint fires, with a greater ability to delivery swift and accurate firepower, now sets the standard for CAS in modern warfare.


The Close Air Support conference is designed to bring together military officials, international agencies and industry leading experts to discuss the vital importance of CAS capabilities and allied interoperability. Now in its fifth successful year, the Close Air Support conference continues to provide an excellent platform for the advancement of CAS ventures, both in the air and on land, continually striving to bridge the gap. Further, attendees will benefit from hearing leading industry experts as they showcase the latest technological developments in the CAS domain. Advancements that aim to enhance combat effectiveness whilst increasing connectivity.


• Gain updates on strategic partners' respective CAS programmes and the work of leading industry OEMs
• Deliberate key requirements for targeting, processing, and delivery of close air support
• Network with and build co-operation between strategic partners, and educate industry on the unique needs of the operator and end user


Combat air
Joint fires and targeting
Joint air land organisations
Targeting and ISR
Joint forward air control
Joint terminal attack control
Joint forward air component commander

Industry/Developers of Next Generation:

Close air support platforms
Avionics and sensors
Smart and guided munitions
Air and ground based targeting
Command and control
Mobile deployable communications

AirLand Integration Ltd; Brazilian Army; CILAS; Czech Air Force; French Air Force; German Air Force; German Army; GMRE Inc; HQ ARRC AOCC; Indra Sistemas S A; Israeli Air Force; Israeli Defence Office; Italian Air Force; Italian Embassy; JALO; JFC Cap C4ISR; Joint Air Land Organisation; Joint Helicopter Command; MBDA UK Ltd.; Ministry of Defence, UK; NATO; Niteworks; RAF; Rheinmetal Defence; Rockwell Collins UK Ltd; Royal Air Force; Royal Marines; Royal Netherlands Air Force; Safran Electronics & Defense; Singapore Armed Forces; U.S. Air Force; UK MoD; United States Marine Corps; US AIR FORCE; US Embassy London; USAFE WPC; Via Sat Inc; Viasat Inc; Zodiac Aerospace - Data Systems;

348th Field Artillery Detachment; ABTC RAF Waddington; Air Attache's Office- Embassy of Brazil; Alkan; BAE Systems, Inc; Brazilian Aeronautical Commission in Europe; Brazilian Air Force; Canadian Armed Forces; Data Link Solutions; Department Of The Air Force; Draken International; Embraer; Embraer Defence & Security; Embraer Defense & Security; Equipment Capability Wing; French Air Force; German Air Force; German Embassy; Glenair, Inc; IABG; IAF; J Grant LLC; MAB-6; MBDA UK Ltd.; Mindef; NATO ; NATO C3 AGENCY; Orion; Precision Technic Defence Limited; RNLAF; Rockwell Collins UK Ltd; Royal Marines; Royal Netherlands Army; Salentis; Stauder Technolgies; SurCom International; UAE GHQ; US Air Force; US ARMY MULTI-DOMAIN TARGETING CENTER; Viasat; Viasat Inc; Voodoo Air;

Conference programme

8:30 Registration & Coffee

9:00 Chairman's Opening Remarks

Air Commodore (ret'd) Paddy Teakle

Air Commodore (ret'd) Paddy Teakle, Consultant and Former Deputy Commander NATO AEW&C Force Command, NATO

9:10 Close Air Support – Past, Present and Future, A Foundational View

Major General David  P San Clemente

Major General David P San Clemente, Air National Guard Assistant to the Commanding General, USAF

  • The “Culture” of CAS Warriors – Is this Important to the Mission?
  • Close Air Support and the Fifth Generation (and beyond) Fight
  • Is CAS Solely the Domain of Air Forces? The Joint Perspective
  • 9:50 Assessing the Joint Air/Land Command and Control System

    Squadron Leader Richard May

    Squadron Leader Richard May, SO2 Air - 1st Artillery Brigade, UK ASOS, Royal Air Force

  • Training JTACs accordingly to meet future threats
  • The future of British led CAS: the evolution of DACAS and the integration of 5th Generation Fighters
  • Devising training that fosters cooperation across all three services of the Armed Forces as well as international allies
  • Utilising live exercises such as ‘Terminal Strike’ to deliver live experience in challenging terrain for future JTACs
  • 10:30 Morning Coffee

    11:00 Draken – Overview and CAS delivery

    Mr Mark Bate

    Mr Mark Bate, Principal Consultant, Draken International

  • Combat Air Force Contracted Close Air Support (CAF CAS) – what is it and what’s required?
  • USN/USMC Terminal Attack Controller Training (TACT) – what is it and what’s required?
  • Issues – i’ll probably cover airworthiness certification and weapons release here.
  • 11:40 NATO E-3A Modernisation: An Eye Toward Multi-Domain Command and Control

    Colonel (ret'd) George Riebling

    Colonel (ret'd) George Riebling, Deputy General Manager, NATO Airborne Early Warning and Control Programme Management Agency (NAPMA)

  • Outlining upgrades to NATO’s fleet of 14 E-3A AWACS
  • NATO’s first integrated, multinational flying unit that provides quick deployment, airborne surveillance and communication for the alliance’s operations
  • Developing a multi-domain cultural approach in order to promote joint force integration
  • 12:20 Networking Lunch

    13:20 Developing the Relationship between Air and Land components on the battlefield

    Dr David Jordan

    Dr David Jordan, Co-Director, RAF Centre for Air Power Studies

  • Highlighting the changing nature of Air Campaigns (Iraq and Afghanistan)
  • Underlining key enhancements in technology
  • Discussing the impact of 5th generation fighters

  • 14:00 Close Air Support – A Training and Simulation Perspective

    Mr Andy Fawkes

    Mr Andy Fawkes, Director, Thinke Company Ltd

  • CAS Training Challenges and Developments
  • Training and Simulation Technology Trends
  • Future Prospects
  • 14:40 Afternoon Tea

    15:10 Panel Discussion: Where does CAS fit in Modern Air Power?

  • Delivering Operational Capability Through CAS 
  • Optimising land and air  combat effectiveness with enhanced doctrine for CAS 
  • How technology is driving improvement
  • Dr David Jordan

    Dr David Jordan, Co-Director, RAF Centre for Air Power Studies

    Major General David  P San Clemente

    Major General David P San Clemente, Air National Guard Assistant to the Commanding General, USAF

    Air Commodore (ret'd) Paddy Teakle

    Air Commodore (ret'd) Paddy Teakle, Consultant and Former Deputy Commander NATO AEW&C Force Command, NATO

    Squadron Leader Richard May

    Squadron Leader Richard May, SO2 Air - 1st Artillery Brigade, UK ASOS, Royal Air Force

    15:50 Chairman’s Closing Remarks and Close of Day One

    Air Commodore (ret'd) Paddy Teakle

    Air Commodore (ret'd) Paddy Teakle, Consultant and Former Deputy Commander NATO AEW&C Force Command, NATO

    8:45 Registration & Coffee

    9:30 Chairman's Opening Remarks

    Air Commodore (ret'd) Paddy Teakle

    Air Commodore (ret'd) Paddy Teakle, Consultant and Former Deputy Commander NATO AEW&C Force Command, NATO

    9:40 Discussing the role of the 255 TACP Battery RA in providing trained TACPs and JTACs to Regular British Army Units

    Major Dave Merrick

    Major Dave Merrick, Executive Officer, 255 TACP Battery, British Army

  • Providing TACPs and individual JTACs in support of operations and exercises
  • Implementing effective training to meet current operational standards
  • Assessing the evolving role of JTACs: how digitisation is enhancing training and procedures
  • 10:20 Outlining the Typhoon Enhancement Programme and the Implications for British CAS

    SSgt Danny Burt

    SSgt Danny Burt, JTAC Evaluator and Typhoon Qualified Weapons Instructor, RAF

  • Current and future Typhoon capabilities in the Close Air Support function
  • Typhoon development in the digital spectrum in air - ground
  • Mindset change of the Typhoon
  • 11:30 Morning Coffee

    12:00 Close Air Support: Defining the Mission

    Air Commodore (ret'd) Paddy Teakle

    Air Commodore (ret'd) Paddy Teakle, Consultant and Former Deputy Commander NATO AEW&C Force Command, NATO

  • Analysing the necessary assets that drive interoperability between Land-Air components
  • Factors affecting C2 and how these can be overcome
  • Defining the future for CAS and Joint Fires
  • 12:40 Panel Discussion: Modern Training and Simulation Methods

  • Synthetic Vs Live CAS training
  • The rise of AI and automation in training
  • Delivering new CAS operators  the latest training technology
  • Mr Andy Fawkes

    Mr Andy Fawkes, Director, Thinke Company Ltd

    Air Commodore (ret'd) Paddy Teakle

    Air Commodore (ret'd) Paddy Teakle, Consultant and Former Deputy Commander NATO AEW&C Force Command, NATO

    SSgt Danny Burt

    SSgt Danny Burt, JTAC Evaluator and Typhoon Qualified Weapons Instructor, RAF

    Mr Mark Bate

    Mr Mark Bate, Principal Consultant, Draken International

    13:20 Chairman's Closing Remarks

    Air Commodore (ret'd) Paddy Teakle

    Air Commodore (ret'd) Paddy Teakle, Consultant and Former Deputy Commander NATO AEW&C Force Command, NATO

    13:30 Post Conference Networking Lunch


    Consultant and Former Deputy Commander NATO AEW&C Force Command
    48th Fighter Wing Ground Liaison Detachment
    Department Of The Air Force
    AF/A3TS Deputy, CAS Branch Chief, TACP 1C4 Career Field Manager
    Deputy General Manager
    NATO Airborne Early Warning and Control Programme Management Agency (NAPMA)
    RAF Centre for Air Power Studies
    Executive Officer, 255 TACP Battery
    British Army
    Air National Guard Assistant to the Commanding General
    Commander, German Air Ground Operations School
    German Air Force
    Thinke Company Ltd
    Principal Consultant
    Draken International
    SO2 Air - 1st Artillery Brigade
    UK ASOS, Royal Air Force
    JTAC Evaluator and Typhoon Qualified Weapons Instructor



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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:

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


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