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The only forum dedicated to the

presents the 7th Annual


requirements of the Middle East

@IAVehicles #IAVevent
Conference:
30 April - 1 May 2018

NIMR Test Track Day:


2 May 2018

Venue:
Abu Dhabi Armed Forces
Officers Club, UAE

THE REGION’S PREMIER MEETING GROUND FOR ALL


ELEMENTS OF THE ARMOURED COMMUNITY
●  Identify key programme opportunities by gaining ● Modernise blast and fragmentation protection and
insights into Middle Eastern procurement plans and upgrade your defence against armour-piercing
networking with key regional decision-makers weapons
● Defeat threats emanating from insurgents and ● Improve survivability by reducing your vehicle
terrorist organisations by learning how to integrate signature across the radar, infrared and visual
cutting-edge technologies designed to redefine existing spectrums, and deliver protection against small arms
assets and modernise specialised vehicles and light anti-tank weapons
● Enhance your short-range and long-range direct fire ● Reduce casualties by defining missions suitable for
capability by discussing your requirements with the unmanned ground vehicles
world’s leading firepower solution providers

2018 SPEAKER FACULTY INCLUDES

Chairman: General Fouad Lieutenant General Major General Brigadier Khalfan


General Sir Adrian Hamid Al Khoury, Mohammad Masood Azizi, Ubaid Al Kaa’bi,
Bradshaw, KCB, Internal Security Mahfuzur Rahman, Deputy Minister, Former Assistant
OBE, Former Deputy Forces, Lebanese Principal Staff Officer, Afghan Ministry of Commander for
Supreme Allied Armed Forces Bangladesh Armed Interior Affairs Development and
Commander Europe Forces Division Support, UAE Armed
Forces

Lead Partner: Conference Partners:

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2018 SPEAKER FACULTY
Dear Colleagues, Chairman:
General Sir Adrian 
Brigadier General,
Bradshaw, KCB, OBE Mohamed Alzghoul
It is my distinct pleasure to invite you to the annual Armoured Former Deputy Supreme Director of Infantry and
Vehicles Middle East Conference, recognised as the region’s Allied Commander Europe Armour Corps, Jordanian
premier meeting ground for all elements of the armoured Armed Forces
community, welcoming military practitioners from the Middle  eneral Fouad Hamid
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Al Khoury  olonel Chuck Lombardo
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East and around the world. Internal Security Forces, Commander 1st Armoured
Lebanese Armed Forces Division, US Army Central
Throughout the region, we are seeing a continued interest in the Command
renewal and modernisation of the armoured fleet. The armoured 
Lieutenant General
Mohammad Mahfuzur  olonel James P Cook
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community continues to upgrade older vehicle models, Rahman OBE
enhance armoured fighting vehicle capability, and procure Principal Staff Officer, Assistant Head Concepts
new platforms to defend critical interests against aggressive Bangladesh Armed Forces Directorate of Capability,
Division British Army
non-state actors. Contingency operations in recent years have
reinforced capability gaps and the need to enhance existing 
Lieutenant General  olonel Sulaiman bin
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combat architecture of the land forces. In order to retain high Giorgio Battisti Khaled bin Slaiman
readiness to respond to low-intensity conflicts, the Middle East Former Commander Italian Al-Zakawani
Army Training and Doctrine Oman Defence College,
requires further upgrades in vehicle protection, lethality, and Command, Italian Army Oman Armed Forces
manoeuvrability for operations in different terrain.
 ajor General Masood Azizi
M  hmed Ibrahim Kamel
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Tailored to the challenges and acquisition programmes of the Deputy Minister, Afghan Advisor on Military Doctrine,
Ministry of Interior Affairs Command and Staff
region, Armoured Vehicles Middle East provides a strategic forum College of Egypt
for the exchange of knowledge on deployment, procurement,  ajor General
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and vehicle maintenance – bringing together important regional Zahid Mehmood Morsi Mahmoud
General Officer Commanding Strategic Intelligence Analyst
and global perspectives from armoured divisions, internal 25 Mechanized Divisions, and Consultant, Defence
security forces, and procurement directorates. The conference Pakistan Army Studies Institute
will facilitate defence engagement and cooperation around ways
to enhance deterrence and reinforce counter-terrorism. It will  rigadier General Khyal
B  aroun Hitti
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Nabi Ahmadzi Special Adviser for Security
encourage the deepening of strategic partnerships to advance Commander of Mobile Strike and Defence, Office of the
collective action against existing and emerging asymmetric Force, Afghan Army Prime Minister Lebanese
threats. Republic
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Giuseppe Morabito  avid Potter
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In addition to hearing strategic briefings, military attendees will Board of Directors, NATO Managing Director, David
be invited to take part in a Test Track Day at NIMR Automotive Defense College Potter Consulting
Facilities to watch the latest generation armoured vehicles take Foundation
on the challenges of the test track. This visit will present yet  rigadier Khalfan Ubaid
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another learning opportunity in an informal setting. Al Kaa’bi
Former Assistant Commander
The Armoured Vehicles Middle East Conference has established for Development and Support,
UAE Armed Forces
itself as an event not to miss! It is with great pleasure that I look
forward to meeting you at this exciting gathering. CONFIRMED DELEGATIONS INCLUDE:
 ead of Delegation Major General Zahid Mehmood
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Yours sincerely General Officer Commanding 25 Mechanized Divisions, Pakistan Army
Brigadier Sumair Ashraf Sheikh, Commander, 8 Independent
Armoured Brigade Group, Pakistan Army
Lieutenant Colonel Kamran Ullah Asghar, Weapons & Equipment
Directorate, General Headquarters, Pakistan Army
 Lieutenant Colonel Yasser Rafi, Military Operations Directorate,
General Headquarters, Pakistan Army

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General Sir Adrian Bradshaw, Royal Army of Oman
Brigadier General Youssef
Former Deputy Supreme Allied Commander Europe (2014-2017) Kseifi, Armoured Division,
Conference Chairman Lebanese Armed Forces

General Sir Adrian Bradshaw


Former Deputy Supreme Allied Commander Europe (2014-2017)
General Sir Adrian Bradshaw has degrees in Agriculture (BSc Hons, Reading University 1979), Defence Studies (MA, King’s College London, 1991) and International Relations
(MA, King’s College London, 2005). He has also been a Visiting Defence Fellow at Balliol College, Oxford (2011). He joined the 14th/20th King’s Hussars in 1980. As a junior
officer he served in Germany, Northern Ireland, Africa, the Middle East, South East Asia and the Falkland Islands, first as a tank troop leader and Regimental Intelligence
Officer, and then detached from his Regiment flying helicopters followed by a further troop-level command tour. He commanded twice at squadron-level, on armour with his
Regiment and then detached with another unit, serving in Germany, the Americas and the Balkans. From 1994-1996, he commanded the King’s Royal Hussars (KRH), first
providing the enemy force at the UK Armoured Training Area in Alberta, Canada, and then as Battlegroup Commander on operations in Bosnia. After command, he went on to the UK Higher
Command and Staff Course, and served in Military Operations in the MOD. On promotion to brigadier, he went to 3rd (US) Army in Kuwait, planning for Land operations in Iraq. He then became
Deputy Commander of US Task Force West in the Iraq region before Commanding the UK 7th Armoured Brigade in Iraq. After attending the Royal College of Defence Studies in London, he
became a Component Director in the MoD, being promoted in post to Major General in Nov 07. In Mar 09, he took command of 1st (UK) Armoured Division based in Germany, training brigades
for operations in Afghanistan. He has since attended the US Army Strategic Leadership Programme (Advanced) and the US Joint Pinnacle Course. He became Deputy Commander of ISAF in
Afghanistan in late 2011 and Commander UK Land Forces in Jan 2013. General Bradshaw served in the capacity of DSACEUR from Mar 2014 to Mar 2017.

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CONFERENCE DAY ONE | MONDAY 30 APRIL

07:00 REGISTRATION & COFFEE 11:00 E  NHANCING AND DEPLOYING IMPROVED ARMOURED
VEHICLE CAPABILITY
07:45 CHAIRMAN’S OPENING REMARKS • Preparing troops for the future operational environment,
General Sir Adrian Bradshaw, KCB, OBE, Former Deputy ensuring high readiness
Supreme Allied Commander Europe (2014-2017) • Outlining requirements for expeditionary operations and
identifying key challenges of foreign deployment
• Accelerating mobility of troops in austere environments to
08:15 INCREASING DEFENCE EXPENDITURE TO ADVANCE
increase mission effectiveness
MILITARY CAPABILITY
Lieutenant General Giorgio Battisti, Former Commander Italian
• Upgrading vehicle protection and incorporating full suite of
Army Training and Doctrine Command, Italian Army
ammunition
• Advancing Fuchs 2 vehicle configuration to enable specialised
11:30 T  HE UK CONCEPTUAL FORCE (LAND) 2035 - WHAT
NBC reconnaissance operations
IT MIGHT MEAN FOR THE FUTURE ARMOURED
• Integrating cutting-edge technology to enhance direct fire
VEHICLE FLEET
support of modular and infantry fighting vehicles
• Why we need to change to face new threats and challenges
• Assessing emerging requirements and procurement plans for
• The doctrinal premise to a new way of warfare
the UAE Armed Forces
• The technology we’d need to harness
Reserved for the UAE Armed Forces
• The structures and force design to deliver it
Colonel James P Cook OBE, Assistant Head Concepts
08:45 FUTURE CAPABILITIES AND DEVELOPMENTS Directorate of Capability, British Army
• The original MRAP met a specific need to improve survivability,
however was limited in size, weight, mobility and off road 12:00 NETWORKING LUNCH AND DHURH PRAYER (12:20)
performance
• Capability trends in user requirements include a need for
mobility, rapid deployment over distance, crew protection, 12:40  AFTER LUNCH REFRESHMENT BREAK AND NETWORKING
tactical mobility through terrain, flexible/adaptable platforms, IN THE EXHIBITION AREA
self-defence weapons, logistics support and value for money  
• Changing design priorities calls for a multi-role wheeled 13:30 STRENGTHENING MILITARY CAPABILITY BY EQUIPPING
vehicle that provides combat AFV capability with high levels of TROOPS WITH INTEROPERABLE SKILLS
protection and mobility • Ensuring vehicle survivability through improved blast and
• The N35 multi-mission family of vehicles offer high levels fragmentation protection of main battle tanks
of protection, combat and tactical mobility, operational • Incorporating mortar systems, howitzers, and anti-tank
and strategic mobility, high payload, modular design and weapons systems
manufactured in UAE • Increasing involvement in multinational training exercises to
• The N35 is characterised by very high mobility, proven ensure preparedness of troops for multinational deployment
survivability, excellent situational awareness, compact design, Colonel Sulaiman bin Khaled bin Slaiman Al-Zakawani, Oman
high internal volume and system readiness Defence College, Oman Armed Forces
Senior Representative, NIMR
14:00 T  HE MIDDLE EAST AND THE NATO DEFENCE COLLEGE’S
EDUCATION FOR THE MENAP REGION
09:15 A  CHIEVING SHORT-TERM DEVELOPMENT OBJECTIVES TO • Education as a tool to identify methodologies, maximise mission
ENHANCE READINESS effectiveness and achieve combat superiority
• Assessing ways to fulfill the objectives of Strategic Document • Examining interoperability and methods to enable joint operations
2020 • Obstructing skill fade: Providing a review of NATO Defence
• Developing technical readiness, armour, weapons, and College’s courses to the Middle East
ammunition Brigadier General Giuseppe Morabito, Board of Directors,
• Upgrading lethality by advancing mortar systems and equipping NATO Defense College Foundation
turrets with laser-guided missiles
• Activating signed cooperation protocols and expanding military 14:30  ENHANCING C2 AND INTRODUCING AUTONOMOUS
cooperation OPERATION
Major General Masood Azizi, Deputy Minister, Afghan Ministry • Minimising casualties by increasing the use of unmanned
of Interior Affairs ground vehicles
• Evaluating the need to attain rapid reaction capacity and
assessing the lessons learned from operations in Yemen
09:45 MORNING COFFEE AND NETWORKING
• Accelerating mobility in different terrain including contested
environments, jungles, mountains and deserts
10:20 VEHICLE SURVIVABILITY IN A MINE & IED THREAT • Enhancing communications, command, and control to optimise
ENVIRONMENT fire support
Richard Beatson, Regional Sales Director, Pearson Engineering B
 rigadier Khalfan Ubaid Al Kaa’bi, Former Assistant
Commander for Development and Support , UAE Armed Forces
10:30  LEBANON’S RECENT DEVELOPMENTS, THE LAF, THE
LAF/HEZBOLLAH DYNAMIC AND THE FAJR EL JOUROUD 15:00  CHAIRMAN’S CLOSING REMARKS
BATTLE General Sir Adrian Bradshaw, KCB, OBE, Former Deputy
• The general context and political environment Supreme Allied Commander Europe (2014-2017)
• LAF operational challenges and paramount strategic missions
• The Lebanese Armed Forces-Hezbollah dynamic AFTERNOON TEA AND NETWORKING
15:15 
• The ‘Fajr el Jouroud’ battle
Maroun Hitti, Special Adviser for Security and Defence, Office 15:45 END OF CONFERENCE DAY ONE
of the Prime Minister of Lebanon

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CONFERENCE DAY TWO | TUESDAY 1 MAY

07:00 REGISTRATION & COFFEE 12:10 NETWORKING LUNCH AND DHURH PRAYER (12:20)

08:00 CHAIRMAN’S OPENING REMARKS AFTER LUNCH REFRESHMENT BREAK AND


12:40 
General Sir Adrian Bradshaw, KCB, OBE, Former Deputy NETWORKING IN THE EXHIBITION AREA
Supreme Allied Commander Europe (2014-2017)

13:30  RATIONALISING PROCUREMENT, INVESTMENT, AND


08:20 B ANGLADESH’S EXPERIENCE IN COUNTER
THE MODERNISATION OF ASSETS
TERRORISM AND UN MISSIONS: RELEVANCE OF FORCE
•D
 etermining cost-effective allocation of resources to
PROTECTION AND WAY FORWARD
advance combat capabilities
• Overview of current capabilities and operational challenges
•E
 nhancing weapons systems and ensuring effective
• Outlining requirements of the modern operating environment:
operation in extreme temperatures
the need for a standardised platform for reconnaissance
•U
 pgrading vehicle protection against blast and
• Equipping the Bangladesh Army with light armoured
fragmentation
vehicles to support UN peacekeeping missions
• Mapping out procurement priorities for the future decade Brigadier General Mohamed Alzghoul, Director of Infantry
Lieutenant General Mohammad Mahfuzur Rahman, and Armour Corps, Jordanian Armed Forces
Principal Staff Officer, Bangladesh Armed Forces Division  
METHODS TO ADVANCE COUNTER-TERRORISM AND
14:00 
09:00 MAINTAINING INTERNAL SECURITY AND STABILITY DEFEAT VIOLENT EXTREMISM
• Advancing long-range direct fire capability to defeat terrorist • Enhancing information sharing, situational awareness, and
groups in the Ersal region regional cooperation to defeat the growing threat of terrorism
• Incorporating electro-optical, thermal imaging sensors to • Evaluating NATO exercises and courses to advance
provide accurate fire support counter-terrorism operations
• Upgrading passive protection and integrating smoke • Assessing strategic objectives and plans for the next
obscurant protection systems decade to deter the proliferation of extremist ideology
General Fouad Hamid Al Khoury, Internal Security Forces, Ahmed Ibrahim Kamel, Advisor on Military Doctrine,
Lebanese Armed Forces Command and Staff College of Egypt

09:40  LIGHT ARMOUR CAPABILITY AND TACTICAL MOBILITY 14:30 EXAMINING MOBILITY AND IN SERVICE SUPPORT
• Providing an overview of current capabilities, armoured • Testing capabilities of armoured vehicles in different
assets, and the light utility vehicle fleet operating environments to draw conclusions on vehicle
• Examining indigenous manufacturing and emerging design
requirements for multi-purpose logistical scenarios • Evaluating mid-life upgrades and in service support to
• Outlining future plans for development and future ground extend operational life of armoured vehicles
combat capabilities • Identifying the correct balance between survivability and
mobility: Achieving manoeuvrability for low-intensity
Major General Zahid Mehmood, General Officer
conflicts
Commanding 25 Mechanized Divisions, Pakistan Army
• Analysing the track/wheels debate and impact on mobility
David Potter, Managing Director, David Potter Consulting
10:20 MORNING COFFEE AND NETWORKING
15:00 ASSESSING EMERGING REQUIREMENTS, STRATEGIC
11:00 A  CHIEVING SUPERIORITY IN COUNTER-INSURGENCY PRIORITIES AND CHALLENGES FOR THE EGYPTIAN
OPERATIONS: EXAMINING MODERNISATION ARMED FORCES
• Upgrading survivability and maximising effectiveness in • Identifying the requirement for dual-use armoured personnel
extreme temperatures by incorporating engine cooling carriers
technology • Providing a strategic analysis of counter-terrorism and
• Achieving high levels of protection and reducing counter-insurgency in the region
vulnerability to explosive devices by upgrading armour • Outlining emerging operational requirements to attain
• Transforming signature management and camouflage in combat superiority against insurgent groups
radar, infrared and visual spectrum Morsi Mahmoud, Strategic Intelligence Analyst and
• Determining the future operating environment to inform Consultant, Defence Studies Institute
procurement decisions and requirements
Brigadier General Khyal Nabi Ahmadzi, Commander of
15:30 CHAIRMAN’S CLOSING REMARKS
Mobile Strike Force, Afghan Army
General Sir Adrian Bradshaw, KCB, OBE, Former Deputy
Supreme Allied Commander Europe (2014-2017)
11:30 S
 USTAINING A HIGH LEVEL OF COMBAT READINESS TO
DETER THE ADVERSARY
• Outlining the current priorities and strategic interests of the 15:55 A
 SR PRAYER (15:55) AND AFTERNOON TEA
US CENTCOM AND NETWORKING
• Facilitating regional training exercises to boost the capability
of the land forces of partner states
• Preparing troops for worst case scenarios and enhancing 16:20 END OF CONFERENCE
mission command
Colonel Chuck Lombardo, Commander 1st Armoured
Division, US Army Central Command

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TEST TRACK DAY | WEDNESDAY 2 MAY

NIMR AUTOMOTIVE FACILITIES


All military and a select group of VIP attendees will be invited to NIMR Automotive
Facilities to meet with senior-leaders, designers, and engineers involved in the
production of the latest generation of NIMR vehicles.
Set in an interactive environment, the site-visit will present an additional networking
opportunity, allowing you to strengthen partnerships with Middle Eastern Land
Forces and gain a thorough understanding of UAE capabilities and assets.
Attend NIMR Track Day to:
• Watch the latest generation vehicles take on the challenges of the test track and
be put through their paces, on road, off road, water traps and uneven terrain,
see how the vehicles handle these obstacles first hand
• Gain an understanding of the vehicles capabilities right down to the
component parts which will provide a deep insight into the maintainability and
ease of in-service support for this family of vehicles
• Meet with the technical experts involved at every stage of design and
production, and put your questions to the subject matter experts to understand
the design choices and production trade-offs

08:30 MEET AT THE ARMED FORCES OFFICERS CLUB FOR TRANSPORT TO NIMR AUTOMOTIVE

09:30 ARRIVE AT NIMR AUTOMOTIVE

09:45 WELCOME ADDRESS AND TOUR OF FACILITIES

10:15 VISIT TO TEST TRACK FACILITIES

10:30 DEMONSTRATION OF CAPABILITIES

12:00 NETWORKING LUNCH

13:00 TRANSPORT FROM NIMR AUTOMOTIVE BACK TO THE ARMED FORCES OFFICERS CLUB

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the contract fee paid. You may use this credit for another IQPC event to
Name of person completing form if different from delegate be mutually agreed with IQPC, which must occur within one year from the
I agree to IQPC’s cancellation, substitution and payment terms date of postponement. Except as specified above, no credits will be issued
for cancellations. There are no refunds given under any circumstances.
Special dietary requirements: Vegetarian Non-dairy Other (please specify) IQPC is not responsible for any loss or damage as a result of a substitution,
alteration or cancellation/postponement of an event. IQPC shall assume no
Please indicate if you have already registered by: Phone Fax Email Web liability whatsoever in the event this conference is cancelled, rescheduled or
Please note: if you have not received an acknowledgement before the conference, please call us to confirm your booking. postponed due to a fortuitous event, Act of God, unforeseen occurrence or
any other event that renders performance of this conference impracticable,
CONFERENCE CODE: 13429.007

illegal or impossible. For purposes of this clause, a fortuitous event shall


PAYMENT METHOD include, but not be limited to: war, fire, labour strike, extreme weather
or other emergency. Please note that while speakers and topics were
Total price for your Organisation: (Add total of all individuals attending): confirmed at the time of publishing, circumstances beyond the control of
Card Number: VISA M/C AMEX the organizers may necessitate substitutions, alterations or cancellations
of the speakers and/or topics. As such, IQPC reserves the right to alter
or modify the advertised speakers and/or topics if necessary without any
liability to you whatsoever. Any substitutions or alterations will be updated
on our web page as soon as possible. Discounts: All ‘Early Bird’ Discounts
Exp. Date: Sec: require payment at time of registration and before the cut-off date in order
to receive any discount. Any discounts offered by IQPC (including team
Name On Card: discounts) also require payment at the time of registration. Discount offers
cannot be combined with any other offer
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City/County/Postcode Cheque enclosed for: £ (Made payable to IQPC Ltd.)


(Please quote 13429.007 with remittance advice) PAYMENT MUST BE RECEIVED
Bank account details (GBP):
Account name: IQPC Ltd Bank: HSBC Account number: 51304143 Sort code: 40 38 18
PRIOR TO THE CONFERENCE
IBAN: GB96HBUK40381851304143 SWIFT: HBUKGB4B