Air Force Invites Potential Partners to ISR Industry Day

The U.S. Air Force will host a event on Feb. 12 and 13 to discuss training requirements of the military service’s 17th Training Wing with interested vendors.

A FedBizOpps notice posted Thursday states that the Intelligence Surveillance and Reconnaissance industry day seeks to explore potential applications of government and commercial technology platforms to address TRW training gap.

Companies that hold a top secret clearance will have a chance to visit classified training facilities, engage with TRW staff members and demonstrate offerings.

Interested firms must register through email and may send up to two representatives at the event.

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