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as soc i at i o n n e w s LAST CHANCE: AOC AWARD AND BOARD OF DIRECTOR NOMINATIONS It’s your last chance to nominate members for the AOC Board of Directors and to submit nominees for the AOC Annual Awards. Board of Directors nominations are due by close of business on April 10, 2009. Award nominations are due by April 15, 2009. Visit www.crows. org for nominations forms. Additional details are below: BOARD OF DIRECTORS NOMINATIONS Each year the AOC membership helps determine the future direction of the AOC by electing representatives to its Board of Directors. Nominations for the 2009 election are now being accepted. This year’s election slate will include the position of President, who will serve as Vice President in 2010 and as President in 2011. The AOC President appoints the Association’s Secretary and Treasurer, presides over the Board of Directors and Executive Committee and appoints committee chairs. The President is also the AOC’s primary spokesperson, visiting AOC chapters across the world and meeting with defense leaders. This is a significant but rewarding commitment. The 2009 election slate will also include three At Large Director positions. At Large directors serve a three-year term. In addition, Regional Directors will be elected for three-year terms from the Central, Mid-Atlantic and Pacific Regions. This year, the Northern Pacific and Southern Pacific Regions will be combined into one region – the Pacific Region. Nomination forms are available on the AOC website at or by contacting Carol Vann at the AOC. Nominations must be submitted to Ms. Vann by close of business on April 10, 2009. For any questions or assistance, please contact: Carole Vann, AOC Election Coordinator, (703) 549-1600, e-mail: vann@ AOC AWARD NOMINATIONS Any AOC Member can nominate an individual or organization for the AOC Annual Awards. AOC Awards recognize excellence in the EW community and are presented during the AOC Annual Convention, October 18-22 in Washington, DC. Nominations are being accepted for the following awards: Maintenance Award AOC Gold Medal Logistics Award Stanley Hall Business Development Award Clark Fiester C2 Warfare Award Communications Award Directed Energy Warfare Award EO/IR Award Offensive Executive Management Award Information Operations Award Integrated Product Team Award John Marks ISR Award International Achievement Award Joint Service Award (multiple) Joseph W. Kearney Pioneer Award Training Award Program Management Award Business Management Award Defensive Information Warfare Award Modeling and Simulation Award Navigation Warfare Award Information Warfare Award Operations Award Psychological Operations Award Radio Frequency Award Research and Development Award Technical Analyst Award Technical Intelligence Analyst Award A. C. McMullin Test and Evaluation Award 54 | April 2009 The Journal of Electronic Defense INFOWARCON 2009: FREE FOR US AND ALLIED UNIFORMED MILITARY PERSONNEL Don’t miss this year’s premier Information Operations event, hosted by the AOC’s IO institute and National Defense University, Information Resources Management College, April 2224 at the Gaylord National Hotel and Resort, National Harbor, MD. InfowarCon 2009 examines the numerous theoretical and practical changes and uses of IO/IW, cyberwar, strategic communication and public diplomacy techniques and experiences learned in Iraq, Afghanistan, China and GeorgiaRussia to predict the future of IO. Keynote speakers include LTG Thomas Metz, director JIEDDO, and James Glassman, former Undersecretary of State for Public Diplomacy and Public Affairs. This year’s event is FREE for active military personnel. For more information visit or call the AOC: (703) 549-1600.

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of JED - April 2009

JED - April 2009
The View From Here
From the President
The Monitor
Washington Report
World Report
Lethal SEAD
Airborne SIGINT Forecast
RF Power Sources for IED Jammers
Roost Profile
EW 101
AOC News
JED Sales Offices
Index of Advertisers
JED Quick Look

JED - April 2009