Exposition Info

The Association of the United States Army’s Institute of Land Warfare, with participation from the U.S. Army Pacific and the U.S. Pacific Command presents the 2016 LANPAC Symposium and Exposition at the Sheraton Waikiki Hotel in Honolulu, HI, from 24-26 May 2016.

Agenda

Facts and Figures

  • U.S. Army Pacific has 80,000 soldiers and 12,000 civilians at installations in the Indo-Asia-Pacific theater supporting U.S. Pacific Command Area of Responsibility (AOR)
  • 325,000 military and civilian personnel assigned to U.S. Pacific Command AOR
  • Department of Defense civilians and contractors in the Pacific Command AOR number 40,000
  • U.S. Pacific Command AOR is nearly half the world’s surface area
  • Indo-Asia-Pacific theater home to seven of the world’s ten largest armies
  • Indo-Asia-Pacific theater includes over half the world’s population, and two of the world’s three largest economies

Invited Participants

  • Chief of Staff, U.S. Army
  • Commander, U.S. Pacific Command
  • Commanding General, U.S. Army Pacific
  • Commanding General, U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Pacific
  • Commander, Special Operations Command, Pacific

At the 2015 event, Industry and the U.S. interagency team examined:

  • Information assurance and cyber activities in steady state and contingency operations
  • Leveraging science & technology in maintaining joint land force operational readiness
  • Contingency preparedness; working with NGOs and academia before and during crises
  • Communications interoperability in joint and combined contingency operations
  • Partnerships with NGOs
  • Humanitarian assistance and disaster response
info_tankAccommodations have been arranged at the Sheraton Waikiki Hotel at the rate of $230.00 per night plus applicable state and local taxes, currently 4.712% for General Excise tax, as well as 9.25% Transient Accommodation Tax. Limited per diem rate rooms are available at $177.00 plus taxes, military ID is required.

Rooms may be reserved online or by calling the reservation center at the Sheraton Waikiki at 808-921-4610 and asking for the “2016 LANPAC Symposium.” A deposit equal to one night’s stay is required to hold each individual’s reservation. The deposit will be applied to the first night of the reservation. Cancellations received at least seventy-two (72) hours prior to arrival will receive a refund.

*All rates are subject to change without notice. Please call ahead to confirm pricing.

Validated parking is available at the Sheraton Waikiki Garage ONLY. A stamp will be available at the AUSA registration desk to decrease the parking fee to an $8.00 Banquet Parking rate for up to 12 hours for local non-guests of the hotel. Validation will not apply at other garages in the area.

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Eligibility

The 2016 AUSA ILW LANPAC Symposium and Exposition is open to all interested parties, military and civilian government personnel. There is no registration fee for Military/Government personnel.

Exhibiting

The Sheraton Waikiki Hawaii Ballroom can accommodate 12,800 net square feet of display space. Space is allocated in 10’x10’ increments or any combination thereof.

For more information see the exhibiting page or contact Rand Meade at
(703) 907-2678 or rmeade@ausa.org.

Sponsorships

For questions concerning sponsorship opportunities, please contact Gaye Hudson, Sponsorship Coordinator, at
(703) 907-2401 or ghudson@ausa.org.

Dress

Military Guidance
3.D.1. (U) UNIFORM. MILITARY ATTENDEES UNIFORM WILL BE ASU (CLASS B’S) AND CIVILIAN ATTENDEES SHALL WEAR ALOHA ATTIRE (BUSINESS CASUAL). THE CONFERENCE ROOMS TEND TO BE COLD, BRING APPROPRIATE SWEATER OR JACKET.

Uniform for those participating as panel members/speakers is Class A.

Industry
Business Casual or Aloha Attire.

Proceedings

Electronic copies of the briefing charts will be available on-line approximately two weeks after the symposium at www.ausa.org, under “past events”.

Receipts

Receipts for paid attendees will be available on-site at the self-serve kiosk.

Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)

Registrants with special needs who participate in our symposia will be accommodated to the fullest extent possible. If you need special arrangements, please advise us at the time you register.

Disclaimer

Advertisements, promotions, statements and logos are those of AUSA or other organizations participating in this event. The United States Army neither states nor implies any endorsement, association or recommendation with regard to these organizations.

Inquiries

Questions concerning this symposium should be addressed to the following:
AUSA, Industry Affairs
2425 Wilson Boulevard
Arlington, VA 22201-3326
Phone (703) 841-4300
Fax (703) 243-2589