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Additive Manufacturing in the Department of Defense

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  • access_time 3:00 - 4:15 PM CT
  • location_onMain Stage
  • blur_circularThought Leadership Panel
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Additive Manufacturing has had a profound impact on military materiel logistics. Department of Defense (DoD) research and development in materials and processing principles has led to fielded applications aimed at keeping Warfighters protected, supplied and operational.  Hear from Military and Industrial leaders as they provide an overview of the technologies available including the overall vision to increase usage and implementation of Additive Manufacturing in support of DoD modernization.

Moderator: Michael Nikodinovski

  • Michael Nikodinovski
    Mechanical Engineer
    U.S. ARMY - CCDC - Ground Vehicle Systems Center
  • Joe Kott
    Branch Chief
    U.S. ARMY Combat Capabilities Development Command
  • James Zunino
    Army Technical Area Chief (TAC-1) Advanced Materials & Manufacturing
    U.S. ARMY Combat Capabilities Development Command
  • Debra Lilu
    VP, Maintenance & Sustainment Business Development
    National Center for Manufacturing Sciences
  • kristin holzworth
    Chief Scientist
    Advanced Manufacturing Operations Cell | Marine Corps Systems Command
  • Larry "Eddie" Preston
    Chief Engineer, Advanced Manufacturing Program Office
    Rapid Sustainment Office, U.S. Air Force
  • Howard Sizek
    AFRL Liaison to the Rapid Sustainment Office (RSO)
    U.S. Air Force