2015 AOC Convention logoPress Coverage of the 52nd Annual AOC International Symposium & Convention

The Association of Old Crows expected people to be talking about this year's symposium and convention, but the response far exceed all expectations. Journalists from some of the nation's top publications  were in attendance to bear witness to the fantastic speakers and engaging sessions at this symposium. As a courtesy, the AOC has gathered together links to all of the articles written about speakers, sessions, or the symposium and convention as a whole.

Published December 1st, 2015: 

Cyber and EW: It's about effects, not missions
by Amber Corrin, C4ISR & Networks

E-warriors from Westcountry win award from NATO
by Lyn Barton, Western Morning News

Is electronic warfare stuck in the 20th century?
by Sean Lyngaas, FCW

Commercial Tech Integration Essential To U.S. Success In Cyber Conflict
by Dan Parsons, Defense Daily

Published December 2nd, 2015: 

A Glimpse At Tomorrow’s Electromagnetic Spectrum Weapons
by Patrick Tucker, Defense One

Army’s electronic warfare program has enough soldiers, needs more experience, equipment
by Jared Serbu, Federal News Radio

'Cyber Command' must focus on the joint fight, general says
by Phillip Swartz, AirForce Times

Electronic Warfare: We Have The Technology – But Not A Strategy
by Sydney J. Freedberg Jr., Breaking Defense

Royal Marines come out on top for electronic warfare in NATO
by Royal Navy

U.S. must unify electronic warfare, retired general says
by Phillip Swartz, AirForce Times

US Jammed Own Satellites 261 Times; What If Enemy Did?
by Sydney J. Freedberg Jr., Breaking Defense

This Breaking Defense article was directly referenced by Russia's government owned and operated news agency - Sputnik International [1] 
No Enemy Needed: US Jammed Its Own Satellites 261 Times This Year Alone
by Sputnik International

Published December 3rd, 2015: 

AC-130 To Get Laser Guns & Air-Launched Drones: Heithold
by Sydney J. Freedberg Jr., Breaking Defense

AFSOC Leveraging Lessons from Navy for AC-130J Laser
by Lara Seligman, Defense News

Avoiding electronic warfare Pearl Harbor
by Adrienne Moudy, Army EW Office

Published December 4th, 2015: 

Army's electronic-warfare training seen as lagging behind Russian efforts (paywall with free trial)
by Ellen Mitchell, Inside Defense

Marines transitioning into electronic warfare, cyber doctrine
by Amber Corrin, C4ISR & Networks

New tech could help Air Force fight an old foe: bad weather
by Phillip Swartz, AirForce Times

Published December 5th (or later), 2015: 

U.S. must adapt to an ever-changing world, former CIA director says
by Phillip Swartz, AirForce Times

'There will be no electronic warfare Pearl Harbor': Military bosses hit out at claims US has fallen behind in electromagnetic 'doomsday weapon' development
by Mark Prigg, Daily Mail.com

DoD CIO Says Spectrum May Become Warfighting Domain
by Sydney J. Freedberg Jr., Breaking Defense

Lasers on Airplanes by 2020: The Air Force's Game-Changing Declaration
by Rich Smith, The Motley Fool

St. Mary's students learn more about STEM at D.C. program
by Gretchen Phillips, The Enterprise

This Is The Most Important Technology On the F-35
by Patrick Tucker, Defense One

USAF Stands Up Spce Mission Force to Counter Russia, China
by Patrick Tucker, Defense One