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Combat Support Week 26-28 February - 15% Discount on Standard Rate for TD-Info members

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Combat Support Week 26-28 February - 15% Discount on Standard Rate for TD-Info members

Click here to download a document titled "Combat Support Week 2019 15% Discount Code" that provides the code, available to TD-Info members, to book for this discount on a standard delegate place for this event.

Event organisers IPQC have "Preparing the Combat Support Force to face the Peer Threat" as the theme for Combat Support Week 2019 taking place over 2 days (26 & 27th Feb) at Hilton London Kensington, with 28th February for workshops

Download a copy of the Event Programme from event organisers IPQC.

Also, you can download an interview  with Colonel Eddie Corrigan, Defence Logistics Concept and Force Development Assistant Head, UK Ministry of Defence, on his current delivery programme to adopt new technologies such as AI and Big Data in the UK defence supply chain management, as part of the ongoing Defence Logistics Vision. 

Another interview that can be downloaded is with Brigadier General Matt Bazeley, Commandant of the Royal School of Military Engineering (RSME), British Army about the importance of bridging to current and future operations.

About Combat Support Week

"The efficient collaboration of logistics and engineering assets is critical to both combat operations and humanitarian relief efforts. Mission delivery depends on an ability to deploy quickly in austere and contested operational environments with a limited logistics footprint.

Combining Military Logistics and Engineering into the combined Combat Support Week, the summit will strike at the overlapping requirements for military engineering and logistics communities and enabling attendees to access joint plenary sessions, a shared exhibition space, and senior joint strategy level. Combat Support Week will deliver a comprehensive understanding of the requirements of mission support by bringing together key decision-makers from the military engineering and logistics communities."


"Providing the infrastructure, and supply chain, from home base to deployed force is prompting a new thinking from senior commanders, turning to advances in AI, robotics and outsourced partnerships to reform the future force demands."

Source: Combat Support Week 2019 Event Programme, organisers IPQC

Added: 8th January 2019