Welcome to the 2020 Alamo ACE!
Alamo AFCEA is still planning to host the 2020 Alamo ACE conference as scheduled. Alamo AFCEA is closely following developments regarding the coronavirus (COVID-19). We are adhering to all government guidelines, time-frames and standards, and we will adjust our event to align for both compliance and safety as needed. Please visit AFCEA International for current event guidelines and schedules on their Event Updates Regarding COVID-19 website page.
The Alamo Chapter of AFCEA respectfully requests your participation in our annual Alamo AFCEA Chapter Event (Alamo ACE) to be held at the La Cantera Resort in beautiful San Antonio, Texas, November 16 – 19, 2020. Our theme for this year’s Alamo ACE is “Achieving Information Superiority – Enabling Decisive Action Across All Domains .” The Alamo ACE is well-known for providing unparalleled access to senior leaders from government and industry. Come join the conversation on the evolution of information warfare, including current developments and future challenges in joint all-domain operations and the ways that military cyber, ISR, EW, and information operations are shaping the battlespace of the future.
The Alamo ACE is an annual event with a national draw supporting the military community. We expect 2800+ attendees at the 2020 AACE. We’ll open with a golf tournament on Monday, November 16 supporting our Wounded Warrior and Military Families Endowment Fund. This year’s ACE program will include numerous training sessions, three full days of expert panels and esteemed keynote speakers, acquisition updates, a DHA industry day, and mission-specific classified sessions.
AFCEA is a non-profit organization which directly supports the military and community through ethical dialogue, professional development, and educational opportunities. The Alamo Chapter has made local and national impacts by providing numerous scholarships and awards to students in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM). Since 2010, the Alamo Chapter has donated over 1.5 million to STEM education and Wounded Warrior beneficiaries.