Dallas, TX (4/10/14) Lone Star Analysis, internationally recognized for its unique enhanced decision analytics support, business modeling and simulation, and a provider of executive advisory services, announces it will be a sponsor of the April 22, 2014 Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association C4ISR Symposium.
Members of AFCEA International have access to an unrivaled forum for public and private sector professionals in the communications, intelligence and information technology arenas to interact and share ideas. AFCEA holds world-renowned conventions, expositions, conferences, and symposia to keep its members up-to-date on the state of their industry.
The theme of this year’s event is “Bringing Actionable Cyber Capabilities to the Fleet” with keynote speakers Vice Admiral Kenneth Floyd, United States Navy (Commander Third Fleet) and Vice Admiral Dave David H. Buss, United States Navy (Commander, Naval Air Forces, and Commander Naval Air Forces Pacific). The event is the largest of its type on the West Coast for communications, electronics, intelligence, information systems, imaging, military weapon systems, aviation, shipbuilding, and more. This one-of-a-kind forum features the people, the products and services firms, and informed discussion of the critical issues of today and tomorrow.
“It’s great to have Lone Star as a sponsor and supporting our STEM program,” noted Lee Vulcan, AFCEA C4ISR Corporate Sponsor Lead.
“Lone Star Analysis is proud to be sponsoring such an informative and important event. Lone Star values these forums for ensuring our clients are abreast of the latest enhanced decision analytics solutions needed to make the right decisions,” said Matthew Bowers, Lone Star Vice President of Corporate Development.
About AFCEA San Diego
The Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association (AFCEA) San Diego is a non-profit organization that serves our local Defense Community and their Families. Chief among our focused activities is raising funds to support our STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) initiatives in which we routinely obligate approximately $150,000 annually on an all-volunteer basis, a feat unmatched by any volunteer group in San Diego County. All net proceeds go to deserving youth from San Diego headed to college to pursue a technical discipline that could someday aid our nation’s defense efforts.