Network with the following registered delegates: * Surrey Satellite Technology Ltd * Brand & Market Communication * Australian Defence Staff, London * Ministry of Defence, Belgium * Astrium Services * NATO, Belgium * China Academy of Space Technology * US Department of State * Aerojet * Idirect Technologies Hear key presentations from military space experts: • Brigadier General Vincent Mancuso, A3/MA, US Air Force in Europe • Group Captain Neale Dewar, HQ 1 Group Space Control & Battlespace Management, RAF • Lieutenant Colonel Olaf Holzhauer, Director DEU Space Situational Awareness Centre, Ministry of Defence, Germany • Colonel Dominique Arbiol, Deputy Commander, Joint Space Programme, Ministry of Defence, France • Dr.
What does BM stand for?
BM stands for Battlespace Management
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We have 64 other meanings of BM in our Acronym Attic
- Baseball Mogul (baseball simulation computer game)
- Basement Membrane
- Basic Mirroring (computing)
- Basilar Membrane
- Bastard Machine (band)
- Battery Machines
- Battle Management
- Battlefield Management
- Battlemac (gaming clan)
Samples in periodicals archive:
95 Hardcover Human factors in defence UG485 This book provides a human factors and ergonomics evaluation of a digital mission planning and battlespace management (MP/BM) system.
Key application areas include: battlespace management, geospatial intelligence initiatives, space operations, and national defense programs.
The final key to good battlespace management is the establishment of clear and easily understood communication networks and their associated encryption.
Both the acting undersecretary of defense for acquisition, technology and logistics, Mike Wynne, and John Stenbit, the assistant secretary of defense for networks and information integration, stated at the Summit that OSD will focus on the critical interactions that will facilitate truly joint operations, via a new Joint Battlespace management architecture.
Further, recent operations prove once again that battlespace management, reconnaissance, intelligence, and electronic warfare are keys to victory.