Despite the current drawbacks from Afghanistan, the growing presence of operations in increasingly hostile and unfamiliar environments is relentless. In a decade synonymous with unpredictable political unrest, it is imperative that forces and organisations remain at the forefront of technological, strategic and training developments in order to remain adept for what the future has to bring. In light of looming threats in Eastern Europe, as well as conflict in Africa, never has been a better time to discuss the latest in Joint Personnel Recovery.
DefenceIQ is delighted to announce the 10th Anniversary of our Joint Personnel Recovery Conference. Joint Personnel Recovery 2014 will provide an unparalleled insight into the front line experiences of JPR and C/SAR crews, future military requirements in unfamiliar combat zones and acknowledge the growing phenomenon of civilian JPR; derived from the increasing prevalence of international corporations and NGOs that operate in hostile environments.