August 27, 2021 @ 11:30 am – 1:30 pm
UAH Business Administration Building - Room #204
$35 for NAITA Members & Partners with Code | $50 for Guests

NAITA will team with Fairchild Fisk Giroux, LLC, to present this live in-person training event that will provide essential information to help the aerospace/defense industry and especially those small businesses working in the security cooperation arena to be more efficient and effective and ultimately win international business. Bryan Cardwell, CEO, will be joined by instructor team members Gordy Horvath and Santy Guiao. The Fairchild Fisk Giroux team will partner with NAITA to present this targeted training program providing an overview of Security Assistance & Cooperation processes while focusing on international defense procurement challenges, planning, and solutions.

FFG provides comprehensive in-depth training and one-on-one consulting to help companies successfully execute both Foreign Military Sales and Direct Commercial Sales. If your company is involved in FMS/DCS or if you are ready to start exploring the overseas marketplace to fill capability gaps in defense articles, services, or training, FFG can guide you through every step. Their subject matter experts have “been there, done that,” and their education and consulting can help you find your overseas niche. Please join us for this security cooperation and assistance overview to help capture your share of the world!

Lunch included for In-Person Attendees ∙ Virtual Option on Zoom Available

Please contact naita@naita.org for Sponsorship Information.

Bryan Cardwell, Co-founder and CEO of Fairchild Fisk Giroux, LLC, draws on a unique mixture of experiences throughout his nineteen-year U.S. Air Force career to design, develop and deliver the tailored curriculum our Defense Industry, International Partner and U.S. Government clients seek. Prior to starting FFG, he held multiple leadership positions within the Defense Institute of Security Assistance Management (DISAM/DISCS). Bryan has created, planned, managed and executed a wide variety of Security Assistance and Cooperation curriculum to audiences ranging from International Partner Nations, Security Cooperation Officers, Combatant Command personnel, Security Cooperation workforce personnel, National Guard personnel and the U.S. Defense Industry. Bryan came to DISAM/DISCS after a successful tour as a Security Cooperation Officer, specifically the Chief, Foreign Military Sales and Chief, End Use Monitoring in Afghanistan.