The Military Aviation Logistics & Maintenance Symposium (MALMS) is a dynamic forum for members of the U.S. military and commercial aerospace industry to discuss process improvements and operational readiness concerns regarding aircraft maintenance, logistics, and sustainment capabilities development.
Attendees will walk away with relevant knowledge and real-time perspectives into the military’s logistics and aircraft sustainment concerns, current acquisition processes and requirements for modernization from the people leading the charge for innovation from all branches of the U.S. military and DoD. Foster innovation, rapid development, and accelerated technology transition.
The core requirements of the U.S. Department of Defense are what this symposium is focused on: Logistics and Sustainment capabilities and development. The Symposium reflects the “logistics” core of how the military performs and conceives its force modernization, sustainment innovation. Collaboration between industry, small businesses, academia and the government is key for increasing materiel readiness and ensuing air dominance.
The Military Aviation Logistics & Maintenance Symposium will provide attendees with an interactive experience that fosters lively conversation, networking, and participation. MALMS is held with the support of the logistics and sustainment leadership of the U.S. Army, Marine Corps, Navy, Air Force, and the Logistics Officers Association. The Symposium drives the U.S. military to partner with the private sector for rapid innovation, process improvements and increased operational readiness.
Admission is FREE for all branches or active-duty and reserve members of the United States Armed Forces and Department of Defense (DOD) civilian employees.
MALMS brings together all branches of active-duty military and NCOs, DoD Civilians and Contractors, Federal Research/Research and Development (R/R&D) professionals, Defense and Commercial Aircraft OEMs, SBIR/STTR applicants, aircraft equipment suppliers and service providers, and Academia.